Who's Who in American History
Leaders, Visionaries, and Icons Who Shaped Our Nation
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|Format: ||Hardcover, 368 pages|
|Other Information: ||Illustrated|
|Published In: ||United States, 24 October 2017|
This beautiful family reference from National Geographic tells the story of America through its presidents, revolutionaries, visionaries, inventors, entertainers-and even its most notorious villains.Far more than an encyclopedia, this treasury tells the rich stories of the people who made America's history-and adds context with lush photographs, illustrations, timelines, artifacts, and more. Beginning with pre-colonial America and continuing through today, this beautifully illustrated book details the fascinating lives of the men and women who helped build the story of our nation. Arranged chronologically, it features more than 400 entries illustrated with lavish four-color photography and elegant illustrations. Intriguing stories and historical maps provide additional context in this comprehensive and enlightening look at America's storied past.
About the Author
K. M. KOSTYAL has written nearly 20 adult and children's titles on human history and natural history, prehistory and geologic history, music, world cultures, and wars. Her most recent works for National Geographic include Founding Fathers- The Fight for Freedom and the Birth of American Liberty; Benjamin Franklin's Wise Words; George Washington's Rules to Live By, and Great Migrations, the companion book to the National Geographic Channel's acclaimed series on animal migration.JOHN M. THOMPSON is an award-winning author of The Reservoir and Love and Lament. His articles have appeared in Smithsonian, the Washington Post, and Islands among other publications, and his short stories have been published in Louisiana Literature, South Dakota Review, and other literary journals. He has written or contributed to more than a dozen National Geographic books.WILLIAM R. GRAY began his 33-year career at the National Geographic Society as a writer in 1968, eventually serving as a vice president and director of the book division for more than ten years. He traveled the globe on assignments ranging from the Alps to Alaska to the natural wonders of Africa, and authored such books as The Pacific Crest Trail and Voyages to Paradise- Exploring in the Wake of Captain Cook. He served as a full-time faculty member of the Writing Department at San Juan College in Farmington, New Mexico.
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