Colonial American History Journal - Book 2

Undertake your own journey into Colonial American history with the Colonial American History Journal - Book 2. The volume includes 367 articles about the historical events that built the nation. More
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About Paul R. Wonning

Gardening, history and travel seem an odd soup in which to stew one's life, but Paul has done just that. A gardener since 1975, he has spent his spare time reading history and traveling with his wife. He gardens, plans his travels and writes his books out in the sticks near a small town in southeast Indiana. He enjoys sharing the things he has learned about gardening, history and travel with his readers. The many books Paul has written reflect that joy of sharing. He also writes fiction in his spare time. Read and enjoy his books, if you will. Or dare.
Now, back to writing, if he can get the cat off the keyboard.
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About the Series: 366 Days in History Series
Two volumes loaded with famous and obscure historical events from America's past. Each volume contains 366 articles that cover topics like the day Ben Franklin tried to electrocute a turkey and George Washington's first perilous river crossing during the French and Indian War. History lovers will delight in the historical facts and events they discover in these wonderful volumes. Softbound and ebook formats available.

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