On the ninth day of Christmas Giveaways, NINE winners will receive . . . American Life and Adventure by Edward Eddleston — an eBook from Heritage History!
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This book is a companion to Eggleston’s well-known Stories of Great Americans for Little Americans. While the former volume focused mainly on statesmen, soldiers, and inventors, this volume contains thirty fascinating stories from America’s early years that do not relate to political history. Instead they are drawn to reflect the adventures and unusual incidents of explorers, colonists, sailors, townsfolk, and regular citizens.
Each winner of a Heritage History electronic book will receive three copies of the same book: one printable version, and two versions that are optimized for electronic reading devices. For more information and to view a sample e-Book, see our Electronic Book information page.
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17 thoughts on “On the ninth day of Christmas Giveaways . . .”
Revolutionary period in America
My favorite time period is the victorian period
The American Revolutionary period.
That’s a tough question for me! I’ve enjoyed studying ancient history this year with my children. I just like studying history!
Love reading about and studying the Civil War and WWII
The westward expansion- so many changes were happening in the United States: politically, socially, geography!
The civil war and Abraham Lincoln
I’m loving Ancient history as we’re studying it this year. But I really love all history.
Early American history.
The early 1900s are very interesting to me.
Early American History
I love WWII.
The Renaissance period is one of my favs.