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The Revolutionary War

by McDowell, Bart

Condition: Very Good/Good

Washingon, D.C.: National Geographic Society, 1980. Book. Very Good. Cloth. 4th Printing.. 197 pp. on glossy stock. Previous owner's gift inscription on endpaper, no other markings. Light chipping and small closed tear to jacket. A National Geographic photo book that follows a young family as they tour various battlefields and landmarks of the American Revolution. Many full-page color photos. Easy to read text. Size: 4to -- 10.25 in Tall.


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