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Series: Let Freedom Ring

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Benjamin Franklin (Let Freedom Ring) by Susan R. Gregson
The California Gold Rush (Let Freedom Ring: Exploring the West) by Judy MonroeExploring the West
Daniel Boone: Frontier Scout (Let Freedom Ring: Exploring the West) by Tracey BoraasExploring the West
Dolley Madison: First Lady (Let Freedom Ring) by Barbara Witteman
Kit Carson: Mountain Man (Let Freedom Ring: Exploring the West) by Tracey BoraasExploring the West
The Louisiana Purchase (Let Freedom Ring: Exploring the West) by Elizabeth Dana JaffeExploring the West
The Oregon Trail (Let Freedom Ring: Exploring the West) by Elizabeth Dana JaffeExploring the West
Brigham Young: Pioneer and Prophet (Exploring the West Biographies) by Cory Gideon GundersonExploring the West Biographies
John Charles Fremont: Western Pathfinder (Let Freedom Ring: Exploring the West Biographies) by Barbara WittemanExploring the West Biographies
Sam Houston: Soldier and Statesman (Let Freedom Ring: Exploring the West Biographies) by Tracey BoraasExploring the West Biographies
Zebulon Pike: Soldier and Explorer (Let Freedom Ring: Exploring the West Biographies) by Barbara WittemanExploring the West Biographies
The Jamestown Colony (Let Freedom Ring: Colonial America) by Gayle WorlandColonial America
The Plymouth Colony (Let Freedom Ring: Colonial America) by Pamela DellColonial America
The Salem Witch Trials (Let Freedom Ring: Colonial America) by Tracey BoraasColonial America
The Slave Trade in Early America (Let Freedom Ring: Colonial America) by Kristin Thoennes KellerColonial America
Anne Hutchinson: Religious Reformer (Let Freedom Ring: Colonial America Biographies) by Melina MangalColonial America Biographies
John Winthrop: Governor of the Massachusetts Bay Colony (Let Freedom Ring: Colonial America Biographies) by Ed PellColonial America Biographies
Miles Standish: Colonial Leader (Let Freedom Ring: Colonial America Biographies) by Barbara WittemanColonial America Biographies
William Penn: Founder of the Pennsylvania Colony (Let Freedom Ring: Colonial America Biographies) by Bernadette L. BaczynskiColonial America Biographies
The Battle of Gettysburg: Turning Point of the Civil War (Let Freedom Ring: the Civil War) by Gina DeAngelisThe Civil War
The Emancipation Proclamation: Hope of Freedom for the Slaves (Let Freedom Ring: The Civil War) by Michael MartinThe Civil War
The Massachusetts 54th: African American Soldiers of the Union (Let Freedom Ring: the Civil War) by Gina DeAngelisThe Civil War
Reconstruction: Rebuilding After the Civil War (Let Freedom Ring: The Civil War) by Judith PeacockThe Civil War
Secession: The Southern States Leave the Union (Let Freedom Ring: The Civil War) by Judith PeacockThe Civil War
The Underground Railroad: Bringing Slaves North to Freedom (Let Freedom Ring: The Civil War) by Judy MonroeThe Civil War
Abraham Lincoln (Let Freedom Ring: The Civil War Biographies) by Lora Polack OberleThe Civil War Biographies
Harriet Tubman (Let Freedom Ring: The Civil War Biographies) by Nancy J. NielsenThe Civil War Biographies
Jefferson Davis (Let Freedom Ring: The Civil War Biographies) by Cory Gideon GundersonThe Civil War Biographies
Robert E. Lee (Let Freedom Ring: The Civil War Biographies) by Judy MonroeThe Civil War Biographies
Sojourner Truth (Let Freedom Ring: The Civil War Biographies) by Kristal LeebrickThe Civil War Biographies
Ulysses S. Grant (Let Freedom Ring: The Civil War Biographies) by Susan R. GregsonThe Civil War Biographies
The Early American Industrial Revolution, 1793-1850 (Let Freedom Ring: The New Nation) by Katie BagleyThe New Nation
The Mexican War, 1846-1848 (Let Freedom Ring: The New Nation) by Susan E. HaberleThe New Nation
The Trail of Tears, 1838 (Let Freedom Ring: The New Nation) by Laura Purdie SalasThe New Nation
The War of 1812 (Let Freedom Ring: The New Nation) by Susan E. HaberleThe New Nation
The Wilderness Road, 1775 (Let Freedom Ring: The New Nation) by Laura Purdie SalasThe New Nation
The Women Suffrage Movement, 1848-1920 (Let Freedom Ring: The New Nation) by Kristin Thoennes KellerThe New Nation
Dorothea Dix: Social Reformer (Let Freedom Ring: The New Nation Biographies) by Barbara WittemanThe New Nation Biographies
Eli Whitney: American Inventor (Let Freedom Ring: The New Nation Biographies) by Katie BagleyThe New Nation Biographies
Nat Turner: Rebellious Slave (Let Freedom Ring: The New Nation Biographies) by Susan R. GregsonThe New Nation Biographies
Tecumseh: Shawnee Leader (Let Freedom Ring: The New Nation Biographies) by Susan R. GregsonThe New Nation Biographies
The Battle of Yorktown (Let Freedom Ring: The American Revolution) by Dee ReadyThe American Revolution
The Battles of Lexington and Concord (Let Freedom Ring: The American Revolution) by Judith PeacockThe American Revolution
The Boston Massacre (Let Freedom Ring: The American Revolution) by Dee ReadyThe American Revolution
The Boston Tea Party (Let Freedom Ring: The American Revolution) by Nancy FurstingerThe American Revolution
The Declaration of Independence (Let Freedom Ring: The American Revolution) by Lora Polack OberleThe American Revolution
Benedict Arnold (Let Freedom Ring: American Revolution Biographies) by Susan R. GregsonThe American Revolution Biographies
George Washington (Let Freedom Ring: The American Revolution Biographies) by Kristin Thoennes KellerThe American Revolution Biographies
Phillis Wheatley (Let Freedom Ring: American Revolution Biographies) by Susan R. GregsonThe American Revolution Biographies
Thomas Jefferson (Let Freedom Ring: American Revolution Biographies) by Rebecca AldridgeThe American Revolution Biographies

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