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Time America : An Illustrated History
by Time Magazine and Kelly Knauer and Richard Stengel


Overview - TIME" illuminates the story of America in a fascinating new way in this magnificent collection of the most iconic images in the nations history. This wonderful visual tour will help readers experience the rich pageant of American history in a new and entirely exhilarating way.Hachette Book Group USA  Read more...

 
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Overview

TIME" illuminates the story of America in a fascinating new way in this magnificent collection of the most iconic images in the nations history. This wonderful visual tour will help readers experience the rich pageant of American history in a new and entirely exhilarating way.Hachette Book Group USA

 
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  • ISBN-13: 9781933821245
  • ISBN-10: 1933821248
  • Publisher: Time Home Entertainment
  • Publish Date: October 2007
  • Page Count: 266
  • Reading Level: Ages 12-22

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American history 101

Time America: An Illustrated History by the editors of Time magazine is easily the most conventional of these five books, but no less interesting for that. The text is a readable and entertaining review of America's history from the days of Columbus' arrival to the current period. You won't come to this book for remarkable insights or in-depth research (and don't be surprised by the slight inaccuracies), but that's not the point. The words merely serve to complement the pictures, an engaging and often unusual cavalcade of images from all walks of American life, from the mundane to the momentous. Some scenes will be instantly familiar, some curiously strange and some refreshingly human, but all serve as delightful windows into our nation's past, well worth the viewing.

 
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