Examines the earliest history of the United States, from its discovery and colonial period through the American Revolution, the Civil War and its aftermath, and the Spanish American War. Narratives told from the point of view of ordinary people, including slaves and native Americans, capture the violence, racism, and injustices that occurred during these pivotal events.
Adaptation of People's history of the United States.
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