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Series: American Heritage

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Andy Jackson: Long Journey to the White House by Polly Angell
Back of Beyond by George Cory Franklin
The Bells of Carmel: Mission Days in California by Edith H. Blackburn
Big Bridge to Brooklyn: The Roebling Story by Frances Williams Browin
The Big Country-the Story of Alaska by Herron Edward A.
The captive island by August William Derleth
captured words : the story of a great indian by Frances Williams Browin
The Challengers by Jo Lundy
Cherokee Strip; the race for land by Aileen Fisher
Cochise of Arizona;: The pipe of peace is broken (American heritage) by Oliver La Farge
The Country of the Hawk by August Derleth
Cowman's Kingdom by Edmund Collier
Day of Glory: The Guns at Lexington and Concord by Philip Spencer
Empire Of Fur: Trading In The Lake Superior Region by August William Derleth
The Fighting Quaker. The Southern Campaigns of General Nathanael Greene by Frank B. Latham
A Flag for Lafitte: Story of the Battle of New Orleans by Frederick A Lane
Gray bonnets, in the days of Roger Williams by Slater Brown
Gray riders: Jeb Stuart and his men by Manly Wade Wellman
The greatest adventure: A story of Jack London (American heritage series) by Frederick A Lane
Green Grows the Prairie by Charlie May Simon
Homestead of the free, the Kansas story by Aileen Fisher
Jed Smith,: Trail blazer; (The American heritage series) by Frank Brown Latham
King of the clippers; adventure on the high seas by Edmund Collier
Ladd of the Lone Star; illustrated by George A. Malik by Allan R. Bosworth
Land of Gray Gold; Lead Mining in Wisconsin by August William Derleth
The law or the gun; the Mormons at Far West by Frank B. Latham
Let the Moon Go By, A Book of Tall Tales (American Heritage Ser., School Edition) by Emma Gelders Sterne
The Little Giant of Schenectady: A Story of Charles Steinmetz (American Heritage Series) by Dorothy Markey
The magnificent mariner; an early story of John Paul Jones by Frederick A Lane
Mark Twain: adventure in old Nevada by Blaise Lane
Medals for Morse: Artist and Inventor by Jean Lee Latham
Men of Flight: Conquest of the Air (American Heritage Series) by Charles Spain Verral
One bit of land; a story of Imperial Valley by Edith H. Blackburn
Over-Mountain Boy by William O. Steele
Passage to Texas by Iris Vinton
Pat and the Iron Horse; new Americans in the 1840's by Polly Angell
Printer's Devil by Emma Gelders Sterne
Ranger's Ransom by Herbert Best
The return of the Alaskan;: Mailboat in the outpost (American heritage series) by Edward Albert Herron
River of Gold: Oregon and the Challenge of the Gold Rush by Giff Cheshire
The Slave Ship by Emma Gelders Sterne
Sons of the Big Muddy: Dakota Territory in the 1880's by Wilbur J. Granberg
De Soto: Child of the Sun by William O. Steele
The Story of Eli Whitney by Jean Lee Latham
Timber! Logging in Michigan by Aileen Fisher
Wagon wheels; a story of the National Road by William A. Breyfogle
Wheat Won't Wait by Adele Gutman Nathan
Wildcat, the Seminole;: The Florida war (American heritage) by Electa Clark
Winds of Change by Rhoda Wyngard
With Sword and Pen: Adventures of Captain John Smith [American Heritage Series] by Bradford Smith

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Aladdin's American Heritage series 

This is a series of historical fiction based on the lived of famous explorers and inventors. They are written for an intermediate reader with few drawings, larger type face, and short chapters.

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