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Story of the Thirteen Colonies

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"Story of the Thirteen Colonies" by H. A. Guerber is a comprehensive and detailed account of the early history of the United States. The book covers the period from the early settlement of the colonies to the American Revolution, providing readers with a thorough understanding of the events that shaped the nation.

Guerber's writing is clear and engaging, making it easy for readers to follow along with the complex and often tumultuous history of the thirteen colonies. The book is well-researched and provides a wealth of information about the key figures, events, and developments that defined this crucial period in American history.

One of the strengths of the book is its focus on the diverse experiences of the colonists, highlighting the different motivations, challenges, and triumphs that characterized life in the thirteen colonies. By exploring the perspectives of both colonists and indigenous peoples, Guerber offers a nuanced portrayal of the early American experience.

Overall, "Story of the Thirteen Colonies" is a valuable resource for anyone looking to deepen their understanding of early American history. Whether you are a student, a history buff, or simply curious about this important period in American history, this book is sure to provide you with a wealth of information and insights.

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These short vignettes of American history are written for the young reader. Each one is a little capsule of a person or event. They run from the pre-Columbian era through the end of the American War of Independence. Some of the expressions and language reflect attitudes of the 18th century that seem out of place from the vantage of the 21st century, but these nuggets of history give a glimpse into that era.

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