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Eighty years progress of the United States : showing the various channels of industry and education through which the people of the United States have arisen from a British colony to their present national importance

Author: Charles Louis FlintCharles Francis McCayThomas Prentice KettellFrederic B PerkinsT Addison RichardsAll authors
Publisher: New York ; Worcester, Mass. : L. Stebbins, 1861.
Series: Library of American civilization, LAC 20090.
Edition/Format:   Book   Microform : Microfiche : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Charles Louis Flint; Charles Francis McCay; Thomas Prentice Kettell; Frederic B Perkins; T Addison Richards; Henry Barnard; James T Hodge; John C Merriam; L Stebbins
OCLC Number: 11100020
Reproduction Notes: Microfiche. Chicago : Library Resources, 1970. 1 microfiche ; 8 x 13 cm. (Library of American civilization ; LAC 20090).
Description: 2 volumes : illustrations, plates, map, tables
Contents: v. 1. Agriculture, by C.L. Flint. Cultivation of cotton, by C.F. McCay. Commerce and trade, by T.P. Kettell. Social and domestic life, by F.B. Perkins. Arts of design, by T.A. Richards. Education, by H. Barnard --
v. 2. Mining industry, fur trade, hat manufacture, by J.T. Hodge. Travel and transportation, manufactures, building [etc.] by T.P. Kettell. Steam engine, by J.C. Merriam.
Series Title: Library of American civilization, LAC 20090.
Responsibility: by eminent literary men ; with over two hundred and twenty engravings.

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