Daily Life on the Western Frontier - Greenwood Press Daily Life Through History Series (Paperback)Maureen Harp (author)
Paperback 250 Pages / Published: 01/08/2012
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Daily Life on the Western Frontier provides an accurate and insightful depiction of the western experience, beginning in the 18th century, when the early decisions of the U.S. government spawned the 19th century exodus westward, and concluding in the early 20th century, when frontier expansion finally ebbs. It presents an in-depth representation of the experiences of not only Anglo Americans but also those of Native peoples and Hispanics during the pioneer era. This work is ideal for advanced high school students and undergraduates in American history classes. Its topical organization will make it especially helpful to students seeking information on specific topics within the greater subject area of American western expansion, while general readers with an interest in U.S. and Native American history will find the content engaging and easy to follow.
Number of pages: 250
Dimensions: 235 x 156 mm
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