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Series: American Popular Culture Through History

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The 1900s: (American Popular Culture Through History) by Bob Batchelor
The 1910s (American Popular Culture Through History) by David Blanke
The 1920s (American Popular Culture Through History) by Kathleen Drowne
The 1930s: by William H. Young
The 1940s (American Popular Culture Through History) by Robert C. Sickels
The 1950s (American Popular Culture Through History) by William H. Young
The 1960s: American Popular Culture Through History by Edward J. Rielly
The 1970s (American Popular Culture Through History) by Kelly Boyer Sagert
The 1980s (American Popular Culture Through History) by Bob Batchelor
The 1990s (American Popular Culture Through History) by Marc Oxoby
The 2000s (American Popular Culture Through History) by Bob Batchelor
The Antebellum Period (American Popular Culture Through History) by James M. Volo
The Gilded Age by Joel Shrock
The new nation by Anita Vickers
The Revolutionary War Era (American Popular Culture Through History) by Randall Huff
Westward Expansion, 1849-1890: (American Popular Culture Through History) by Sara E. Quay

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