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Series: Builders of America

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Builders of America Vol. I, Christopher Columbus by Clifford Smyth1
Hernando Cortez and "The Greatest Adventure in History" (Builders of America Series, Volume II) by Clifford Smyth2
Builders of America Vol. III, Francisco Pizarro by Clifford Smyth3
Builders of America, Volume 4: Captain John Smith and England's First Successful Colony in America. by Clifford Smyth4
Builders of America, Volume 5: Henry Hudson and the Dutch Founding of New York. by Clifford Smyth5
Builders of America Vol. VI Roger Williams & the Fight for Religious Freedom by Clifford Smyth6
builders of America Volume VIII William Penn by Smyth Clifford7
Builders of America Vol. VIII, La Salle by Clifford Smyth8
Builders of America Vol. IX, Lewis and Clark by Clifford Smyth9
Builders of America: George Washington, Vol. X by Clifford Smyth10
Builders of America Vol. XI, John Paul Jones by Clifford Smyth11
Builders of America: Benjamin Franklin, Vol. XII by Clifford12
Builders of America Vol. XIII, John Adams by Clifford Smyth13
Builders of America Vol. XIV, Alexander Hamilton by Clifford Smyth14
Builders of America: Thomas Jefferson, Vol. XV by Clifford Smyth15
Builders of America: John Marshall, Vol. XVI by Clifford Smyth16
Builders of America Vol. XVII, Andrew Jackson by Clifford Smyth17
Builders of America Vol. XVIII, Daniel Webster by Clifford Smyth18
Builders of America Vol. XIX, Abraham Lincoln by Clifford Smyth19
Builders of America Vol. XX, Robert E, Lee by Clifford Smyth20
Builders of America:Ulysses S. Grant, Vol. XXI by Clifford Smyth21
Builders of America Vol. XXII, Grover Cleveland by Clifford Smyth22
Builders of America Vol. XXIII, Theodore Roosevelt by Clifford Smyth23
Builders of America Vol. XXIV, Woodrow Wilson by Clifford Smyth24

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Important figures in American history

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