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Founding Sisters and the Nineteenth Amendment

History


by
Eleanor Clift

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 224 pages

File size: 440 KB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

“An extraordinary new series intended to capture extraordinary moments in history.”

-Chicago Tribune

TURNING POINTS features preeminent writers offering fresh, personal perspectives on the defining events of our time.

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Eleanor Clift, Founding Sisters and the Nineteenth Amendment

Alan Dershowitz, America Declares Independence

Thomas Fleming, The Louisiana Purchase

William Least Heat-Moon, Columbus in the Americas

Scott Simon, Jackie Robinson and the Integration of Baseball

Forthcoming Titles

Douglas Brinkley on the March on Washington

William F. Buckley Jr. on the Fall of the Berlin Wall

Sir Martin Gilbert on D-Day

Martin Goldsmith on the Beatles Coming to America

Kweisi Mfume on the Emancipation Proclamation

“An extraordinary new series intended to capture extraordinary moments in history.”

-Chicago Tribune

TURNING POINTS features preeminent writers offering fresh, personal perspectives on the defining events of our time.

Available Now

Eleanor Clift, Founding Sisters and the Nineteenth Amendment

Alan Dershowitz, America Declares Independence

Thomas Fleming, The Louisiana Purchase

William Least Heat-Moon, Columbus in the Americas

Scott Simon, Jackie Robinson and the Integration… (more)

“An extraordinary new series intended to capture extraordinary moments in history.”

-Chicago Tribune

TURNING POINTS features preeminent writers offering fresh, personal perspectives on the defining events of our time.

Available Now

Eleanor Clift, Founding Sisters and the Nineteenth Amendment

Alan Dershowitz, America Declares Independence

Thomas Fleming, The Louisiana Purchase

William Least Heat-Moon, Columbus in the Americas

Scott Simon, Jackie Robinson and the Integration of Baseball

Forthcoming Titles

Douglas Brinkley on the March on Washington

William F. Buckley Jr. on the Fall of the Berlin Wall

Sir Martin Gilbert on D-Day

Martin Goldsmith on the Beatles Coming to America

Kweisi Mfume on the Emancipation Proclamation

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