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by Richard L. Neuberger
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  • Author:
    Richard L. Neuberger
  • ISBN:
    0394903153
  • ISBN13:
    978-0394903156
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  • Publisher:
    Random House Childrens Books (November 1, 1962)
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The Landmark Books for children are a great way to learn history! I can't say enough about these, and it's no wonder that they are highly sought after in the homeschool community.

The Landmark Books for children are a great way to learn history! I can't say enough about these, and it's no wonder that they are highly sought after in the homeschool community.

Richard L. Neuberger. Manufacturer: Random House Childrens Books (Lib) Release date: 1 November 1962 ISBN-10 : 0394903153 ISBN-13: 9780394903156.

by. Neuberger, Richard L. Publication date. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books.

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Yet Lewis had also been cautioned not to engage in combat with Indians, but to withdraw if violently challenged.

It began in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, made its way westward, and passed through the Continental Divide of the Americas to reach the Pacific coast. The Corps of Discovery was a selected group of US Army volunteers under the command of Captain Meriwether Lewis and his close friend Second Lieutenant William Clark. Shipping Weight: 1. ounces.

Oregon Historical Society, 2004.

In Honor of the Bicentennial. 150 Books, 200 Years. As might be expected the list has a Northwest bias. The Washington State Library provided the bibliographic information. Oregon Historical Society, 2004.

Book in the Landmark Books Series). by Richard L. A Landmark History book.


snowball
...not one of the better Landmark Classics. The main facts are there but the presentation is lacking and that is due to the author's writing style. Most Landmark books from the 1950s are, admittedly, dated but for the most part are fascinating reading. I read many of these books as a kid and attribute my love of history to them. Now in my 60s I have begun to reread them and find most of them to be as fascinating as when I first read them so many years ago. But I feel this one disappoints. Granted, these books were/are geared toward young readers but this one seems to be aimed at REALLY young readers. Again, some decent information but juvenile in its presentation.
Alien
Book started out a bit slow, but by chapter 4 my kids were hooked.
Moogura
My kids love this book. Highly recommend.
DABY
Ordered for grandson
Naril
Small and no details. I expected a large book on the expedition from start to finish and recieved a "cheaters" pamphlet in soft cover that barely sketches the expedition out without much detail.
Auridora
What a shame to consider a Landmark book a 'pamphlet'. These are history books written for young people,
well respected in the education community. A classic tale of bravery, courage and adventure.
LadyShlak
This book is very well written, interesting, informative, and easy to read. I read it to my boys, though my oldest enjoyed it the most (8). Each night gave us much to talk about, especially bravery and being explorers into a part of the country they have seen only on vacations. It challenged my kids to consider living for a worthy cause greater than themselves even at the risk of personal cost. Oh for a generation to lay hold of that vision.