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Fri Mar 21 17:04:47 2014 UTClccn-n790595230.00A history of the United States0.120.88City in a garden : homes in the Lincoln Park community /114758929n 79059523292561Angle, Paula, 1928-Franklin, Paula A.Franklin, Paula A. (Paula Angle), 1928-lccn-n79060841Woodard, Kenilllccn-n50044668Katz, William Lorenlccn-n79039877Current, Richard Nelsonlccn-n79121890Goodwin, Gerald J.lccn-n80165263Holmes, Burnham1942-lccn-n79047630Buranelli, Vincentnp-adams, judithAdams, Judithlccn-n90717912Summer, Lila E.lccn-n90695786Klinkner, Philip A.lccn-n90697700Hawxhurst, Joan C.Franklin, Paula Angle1928-HistoryJuvenile worksBiographyUnited StatesIndians of North AmericaAfrican Americans--Relations with IndiansAfrican AmericansRacially mixed peopleSearches and seizuresConstitution (United States)EthnicityGroup identityRace relationsEthnic relationsFederal governmentCivil rightsHousing rehabilitationIllinois--ChicagoArchitecture, Domestic--Conservation and restorationIllinois--Chicago--Lincoln ParkCoal mines and miningIllinois--StreatorConstitutional historySocial problems--Study and teaching (Secondary)Civilization, Modern--Study and teaching (Secondary)American Civil War (1861-1865)Constitutional law--Amendments192819621963197919801981198419851986198719911993199419952000200121791731973E77.47032ocn005029634book19790.06Franklin, Paula AngleIndians of North America : the eight culture areas and how their inhabitants lived before the coming of the whitesJuvenile worksAn overview of eight areas where the North American Indian lived, describing daily life, clothes, homes, hunting, and culture4362ocn027187552book19930.06Katz, William LorenProudly Red and Black : stories of African and Native AmericansJuvenile worksBiographyBrief biographies of people of mixed Native American and African ancestry who, despite barriers, made their mark on history, including trader Paul Cuffe, frontiersman Edward Rose, Seminole leader John Horse, and sculptress Edmonia Lewis+-+96536843152962ocn022593433book19910.06Franklin, Paula AngleThe Fourth AmendmentHistoryJuvenile worksTraces the origins of the Fourth Amendment, which speaks of citizens' rights in the matter of search and seizure2491ocn031206726book19950.06Franklin, Paula AngleMelting pot or not? : debating cultural identityJuvenile worksDebates whether new immigrants should maintain their cultural identity, or become "Americanized."+-+79915494353241541ocn024056309book19910.10Klinkner, Philip AThe American Heritage history of the Bill of RightsHistoryStudies the historical origins of provisions of the Bill of Rights1475ocn010777521book19800.37Williams, T. HarryA history of the United StatesHistory782ocn001637374book19630.88Franklin, Paula AngleCity in a garden : homes in the Lincoln Park community584ocn003464713book19620.28Franklin, Paula AngleBiography in black; a history of Streator, IllinoisHistory274ocn010778704book19850.35Goodwin, Gerald JA history of the United States to 1877History121ocn016127400book19860.24Franklin, Paula AngleOur nation's constitution81ocn474847897book19930.06Katz, William LorenProudly Black and Red : tales of African and Native AmericansJuvenile worksBiographyBrief biographies of people of mixed Native American and African ancestry who, despite barriers, made their mark on history, including trader Paul Cuffe, frontiersman Edward Rose, Seminole leader John Horse, and sculptress Edmonia Lewis+-+965368431541ocn051963118book19850.27Williams, T. HarryA history of the United States (since 1865)History31ocn046010876book20000.06Franklin, Paula AngleGlobal issues : challenges for the 21st centuryThis book will help you to understand our diverse and busy world ... Some of the questions [that the book] will be addressing are: Does the world face a crisis of overpopulation? Why is there hunger in the world when many people have more food than they need? Are we using up natural resources and polluting our planet? How can we manage conflict without resorting to war? How do we protect human rights? As you read through [this book] you will look into the background of an issue, explore its pros and cons, and read how it affects real people - people like you. You will read about individuals who risk their lives in battles of various kinds and about others who devote their lives to advancing human rights or addressing the causes of conflict.-Pref11ocn047153665rcrd20010.08Franklin, Paula AngleGlobal issues challenges for the 21st centuryThis book will help you to understand our diverse and busy world ... Some of the questions [that the book] will be addressing are: Does the world face a crisis of overpopulation? Why is there hunger in the world when many people have more food than they need? Are we using up natural resources and polluting our planet? How can we manage conflict without resorting to war? How do we protect human rights? As you read through [this book] you will look into the background of an issue, explore its pros and cons, and read how it affects real people - people like you. You will read about individuals who risk their lives in battles of various kinds and about others who devote their lives to advancing human rights or addressing the causes of conflict.-Pref11ocn252306902book19940.24Roberts, Paul MComprehensive United States historyHistory11ocn029455039rcrd1981Current, Richard NelsonA history of the United StatesHistory11ocn778106995book19790.47Franklin, Paula AngleIndians of North America : the eight culture areas and how their in habitants lived before coming+-+9653684315+-+9653684315Fri Mar 21 15:29:09 EDT 2014batch10792