6 edition of The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives, Thematic Series - The 1960s found in the catalog.
December 4, 2002
by Charles Scribner"s Sons
Written in English
The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives, Thematic Series
|Contributions||Kenneth T. Jackson (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||1275|
KOHL, Herbert R.(b. 22 August in New York City), progressive educator, author, and social activist who, beginning in the s, promoted reform of teaching methods and school systems to encourage all children, regardless of their race or social environment. Source for information on Kohl, Herbert R.: Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives, Thematic Series: The s dictionary. Thanks for the great info. I have an edition of Kit Bam’s Adventures; or The Yarns of an Old Mariner by Mary Cowden Clarke. I believe this is the first American printing. The book is is in good condition with some wear at the top and bottom of the spine. Is this book of value on the antique book market? Thanks.
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The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives: The s (SEAL s) is the second in the SEAL Thematic Series dedicated to a specific topic or chronological period in U.S. history. The two alphabetically arranged volumes in Thematic Series - The 1960s book s contain biographical sketches, usually between 1, and 2, words, of figures who "defined the decade.
The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives (SEAL) is a biographical dictionary series in which each subsequent volume will cover a five-year period. Scribner envisions SEAL as the continuation of the Dictionary of American Biography (DAB).
Volume 1 "contains the biographies of persons who died between 1 January and 31 December ". Get this from a library. The Scribner encyclopedia of American lives. The s. [William L O'Neill;] -- Contains alphabetically arranged entries that provide biographical profiles of men and women, primarily Americans, who made notable contributions to a variety of fields in the s, and includes.
The Scribner encyclopedia of American lives. The s The Scribner encyclopedia of American lives. The s. Publication date Topics "Thematic series"--Cover Includes bibliographical references and indexes v.
A-L -- v. M-Z Notes. The original book Pages: The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives: The s Volume 2 of American lives Gale virtual reference library Volume 2 of The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives Series Thematic Series: Author: William L.
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Aiken, George. This volume of The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives (SEAL), the seventh Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives, Thematic Series: The s, vol. Author: A tribute to a great American neighborhood, this book shows how residents learned to cross Broadway—over the decades a boundary that has separated black and white, Jews and.
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About this Item: Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, Hard Cover. Condition: Good. No Jacket. AY6 - Book cocked, rubbing, wrinkling, chipping, bumped corners, discoloration, and shelf wear.
History of the United States (Volume IV) from the earliest discovery of America to the present time. With illustrations and maps. Get this from a library. The Scribner encyclopedia of American lives, thematic series. The s. [William L O'Neill;] -- A two-volume biographical resource for key individuals of the s.
Presents entries describing Americans who defined the decade, including politicians, athletes, entertainers, and. The Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives has documented the lives of thousands of deceased Americans, both world famous and lesser known. Each chronological volume in this series presents original scholarly biographies of notable Americans deceased in a particular time period.
More than 2, prominent individuals are covered in all. Robert A. Heinlein, Stranger in a Strange Land () Heinlein’s classic was the first science fiction novel ever to become a New York Times bestseller.“It didn’t just sell to science fiction readers, it sold widely to everyone, even people who didn’t normally read at all,” Jo Walton wrote.
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If you were a child in the s, you'll know the names Beverly Cleary, Roald Dahl, and Shel Silverstein. These were some of the authors who wrote the words that filled our childhoods with adventure, wonder, laughter and more, found in the pages of the books we read late at.
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8 March in New York City; d. 30 April near Carmel, California), songwriter, singer, poet, and novelist who had a major influence on folk and protest music in the s. Source for information on Fariña, Richard George: Scribner Encyclopedia of American Lives, Thematic Series: The s dictionary.This article first appeared in Scribner's Encyclopedia of American Lives.
Scope and arrangement Jerome Robbins’ collection of graphic works includes over drawings and paintings by Robbins himself, from the early s through at least