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Series: We Were There

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We Were There on the Oregon Trail by William O. Steele1
We Were There at the Battle of Gettysburg by Alida Sims Malkus2
We Were There at the Boston Tea Party by Robert N. Webb3
We Were There with Byrd at the South Pole by Charles S. Strong4
We Were There at the Normandy Invasion by Clayton Knight5
We Were There in the Klondike Gold Rush by Benjamin Appel6
We Were There with the Mayflower Pilgrims by Robert N. Webb7
We Were There with the Pony Express by William O. Steele8
We Were There with the California Forty-Niners by Stephen Holt9
We Were There with Ethan Allen and the Green Mountain Boys by Robert N. Webb10
We Were There with Jean Lafitte at New Orleans by Iris Vinton11
We Were There at the Oklahoma Land Run by Jim Kjelgaard12
We Were There at the Battle for Bataan by Benjamin Appel13
We Were There on the Chisholm Trail by Ross McLaury Taylor14
We Were There at Pearl Harbor by Felix Sutton15
We Were There with Richard the Lionhearted in the Crusades by Robert N. Webb16
We Were There When Washington Won at Yorktown by Earl Schenck Miers17
We Were There at the Battle of the Alamo by Margaret Cousins18
We Were There at the Opening of the Erie Canal by Enid LaMonte Meadowcroft19
We Were There at the Battle of Lexington and Concord by Felix Sutton20
We Were There with Florence Nightingale in the Crimea by Robert N. Webb21
We Were There with Lewis and Clark by James Munves22
We Were There when Grant Met Lee at Appomattox by Earl Schenck Miers23
We Were There at the Battle of Britain by Clayton Knight24
We Were There with Cortes and Montezuma by Benjamin Appel25
We Were There with the California Rancheros by Stephen Holt26
We Were There with Caesar's Legions by Robert N. Webb27
We Were There at the First Airplane Flight by Felix Sutton28
We Were There on the Santa Fe Trail by Ross McLaury Taylor29
We Were There with Charles Darwin on H. M. S. Beagle by Philip Eisenberg30
We Were There at the Driving of the Golden Spike by David Shepherd31
We Were There at the Opening of the Atomic Era by James Munves32
We Were There with the Lafayette Escadrille by Clayton Knight33
We Were There at the Battle of the Bulge by David Shepherd34
We Were There on the Nautilus by Robert N. Webb35
We Were There with Lincoln in the White House by Earl Schenck Miers36

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The We Were There books by Yoki Obata do NOT belong in this series.

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