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Alexander Graham Bell: Inventor (Spirit of America: Our People) by Cynthia Fitterer Klingel
Alexander Hamilton: Soldier and Statesman (Spirit of America: Our People) by Pam Rosenberg
Amelia Earhart: Aviation Pioneer (Spirit of America: Our People) by Cynthia Fitterer Klingel
Betsy Ross: Patriot (Spirit of America: Our People) by Vicky Franchino
Chief Joseph: Chief of the Nez Perce (Spirit of America: Our People) by Cynthia Fitterer Klingel
Clara Barton: Founder of the American Red Cross (Spirit of America: Our People) by Cynthia Fitterer Klingel
Daniel Boone: Frontiersman (Spirit of America: Our People) by Judy Alter
Dolly Madison: First Lady (Spirit of America: Our People) by Cynthia Klingel
Elizabeth Blackwell: Physician and Health Educator (Spirit of America: Our People) by Deborah Kent
Florence Nightingale: Founder of the Nightingale School of Nursing (Spirit of America: Our People) by Marc Davis
Harriet Tubman: Abolitionist and Underground Railroad Conductor (Spirit of America: Our People) by Cynthia Fitterer Klingel
Helen Keller: Author and Advocate for the Disabled (Spirit of America: Our People) by Deborah Kent
Jane Addams: Social Reformer and Nobel Prize Winner (Spirit of America: Our People) by Pam Rosenberg
John Paul Jones: Naval Hero (Spirit of America: Our People) by Michael Burgan
Juliette Gordon Low: Founder of the Girl Scouts of America (Spirit of America: Our People) by Deborah Kent
Laura Ingalls Wilder: Pioneer and Author (Spirit of America: Our People) by Judy Alter
Leif Eriksson: Norwegian Explorer (Spirit of America: Our People) by Cynthia Fitterer Klingel
Lewis and Clark: Explorers (Spirit of America: Our People) by Cynthia Fitterer Klingel
Mary McLeod Bethune: African-American Educator (Spirit of America: Our People) by Barbara A. Somervill
Patrick Henry: Orator and Patriot (Spirit of America: Our People) by Ann Heinrichs
Phillis Wheatley: First Published African-American Poet (Spirit of America: Our People) by Deborah Kent
Robert Fulton: Engineer and Inventor (Spirit of America: Our People) by Pam Rosenberg
Sacagawea: Native American Interpreter (Spirit of America: Our People) by Judy Alter
Samuel Adams: Father Of The Revolution (Spirit of America: Our People) by Ann Heinrichs
Samuel F. B. Morse: Inventor and Code Creator (Spirit of America: Our People) by Judy Alter
Sequoyah: Native American Scholar (Spirit of America: Our People) by C. Ann Fitterer
Susan B. Anthony: Reformer (Spirit of America: Our People) by Cynthia Fitterer Klingel
Tecumseh: Chief of the Shawnee (Spirit of America: Our People) by C. Ann Fitterer
Thomas Edison: Inventor (Spirit of America: Our People) by Cynthia Fitterer Klingel
The Wright Brothers: Inventors and Aviators (Spirit of America: Our People) by Andrew Santella

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