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The Atom Bomb Project

author: Anderson, Dale
Presents an account of the Manhattan Project, looking at events that led the United States to develop the atomic bomb, discussing the debate over whether the weapon should have been used, and introducing some of the people who worked on the project.
355.8
year: 2004
copies: 5
call number/section: 355.8
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subjects: atomic bomb

Maria Mitchell

author: Anderson, Dale
Profiles a Vassar professor who was one of the most famous astronomers in the United States at the end of the nineteenth century and whose central message to her students was "never cease to wonder.
920
year: 2003
copies: 10
call number/section: 920
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The First Moon Landing

author: Anderson, Dale
Describes the background, planning, accomplishment, and aftermath of Apollo 11, the first manned mission to land on the moon.
629.45
year: 2004
copies: 6
call number/section: 629.45
lexile: 720

The Battle Of Gettysburg

author: Anderson, Dale
Chronicles the Battle of Gettysburg day by day, and describes the Civil War events that preceded it and followed it.
973.7
year: 2003
copies: 4
call number/section: 973.7
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The Anasazi Culture At Mesa Verde

author: Anderson, Dale
Discusses the civilization of the Anasazi people, who farmed the land of Mesa Verdi, a plateau in southwest Colorado, around 550 A.
978.8
year: 2003
copies: 4
call number/section: 978.8
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The Seneca Falls Women's Rights Convention

author: Anderson, Dale
Discusses the 1848 convention held in Seneca Falls, New York, to promulgate women's rights in the United States, and provides an overview of those rights both before and after that convention.
305.42
year: 2004
copies: 13
call number/section: 305.42
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Al Gore

author: Anderson, Dale
920
year: 2009
copies: 2
call number/section: 920
lexile: 1080

Lexington And Concord, April 19, 1775

author: Anderson, Dale
Presents an illustrated history of the Battle of Lexington and Concord, the causes and outcome of the battles, and their long-term effects, and includes maps, biographies, quotations, and lists of other resources.
973.3
year: 2004
copies: 11
call number/section: 973.3
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Watergate

author: Anderson, Dale
Examines the Watergate scandal of 1972, when White House insiders broke into the Democratic National Committee's offices, discussing President Nixon's involvement, committee hearings and court proceedings, and the president's resignation.
973.92
year: 2007
copies: 10
call number/section: 973.92
lexile: 1030

The Democratic Party

author: Anderson, Dale
Photographs, diagrams, timelines, and illustrations traces the history of the Democratic Party in America from Thomas Jefferson to the Democratic platform of today.
324.27
year: 2007
copies: 8
call number/section: 324.27
lexile: 1080
subjects: united states

The Republican Party

author: Anderson, Dale
Photographs, diagrams, timelines, and illustrations traces the history of the Republican Party in America from its formation during the 1856 election and first Republican President in 1860.
324.27
year: 2007
copies: 8
call number/section: 324.27
lexile: 1130
subjects: united states

Daily Life During The American Revolution

author: Anderson, Dale
Presents an examination of the daily life of the people living in the colonies at the time of the American Revolutionary War, from 1775-1783, and includes information on the civilians, Patriots, Native Americans, British Loyalists, and women.
973.3
year: 2006
copies: 10
call number/section: 973.3
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subjects: united states

Ancient China

author: Anderson, Dale
Uses art and artifacts to examine the world of ancient China from its political and religious structure to its cultural characteristics.
709.31
year: 2005
copies: 9
call number/section: 709.31
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Forming A New American Government

author: Anderson, Dale
Presents an overview of the formation of the American government, including information on the Continental Congress and the events that led to the drafting of the United States Constitution.
973.4
year: 2006
copies: 5
call number/section: 973.4
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subjects: united states

The Patriots Win The American Revolution

author: Anderson, Dale
Presents an examination of how the rivalry between France and Britain helped the Patriots during the American Revolutionary War, including information on the skirmishes between 1778-1781 that led to a decisive Battle of Yorktown and the end of the conflict.
973.3
year: 2006
copies: 7
call number/section: 973.3
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