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By Adler, David A.; Adler, Michael S.
For Cesar Chavez, dignity always meant more than money. As a child growing up in California during the Great Depression, Cesar picked produce with his family to make ends meet. The work was backbreaking, the pay was very low, and many families, including his, were homeless. Cesar ...
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By Adler, David A.; Illustrated by Collins, Matt; By Adler, Michael S.
Before the United States had freed itself from Britains rule, Daniel Boone was blazing trails westward across America. When Boone died in 1820, tales of his adventures were already being told across the United States. His adventurous spirit shines in the latest addition to the be ...
By Adler, David A.; Illustrated by Himler, Ronald; By Adler, Michael S.
John Adams served in both Continental Congresses, was our first ambassador to Great Britain, and was elected America's first vice president and second president. Abigail was his fellow Laborer and most trusted advisor.
By Adler, David A.; Adler, Michael S.; Illustrated by Matt, Collins
Harry Houdini astounded audiences around the globe as he freed himself from ropes, handcuffs, and prison cells. This biography includes a bibliography, source notes, important dates, and recommended Web sites.
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Sam Houston was a teacher, a lawyer, a war hero, and statesman. He is best known for defeating the Mexican Army in 1836 and establishing Texas as an independent nation. He served two terms as the president of the Republic of Texas.
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