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Old 03-28-2013, 12:42 PM   #1
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Marshall, H.E.: This Country of Ours. V1. 28-Mar-2013

"This Country of Ours" is a well-known children's history book of the United States by the best-selling British author, Henrietta Marshall. This classic book tells the story of America from the start of the settlements to 1912, ending with the presidency of Woodrow Wilson.

About the Author

Henrietta Elizabeth (H.E.) Marshall is famous for her 1905 children's history of England, Our Island Story: A History of England for Boys and Girls, illustrated by A.S. Forrest. In the USA the book was entitled An Island Story. The book was a bestseller, was printed in numerous editions, and for fifty years was the standard and much-loved book by which children learned the history of England.
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