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Conquered into Liberty: Two Centuries of Battles along the Great Warpath That Made the American Way of War

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 17, 2012

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    This is a wonderful book!

    This is a wonderful and it can be used to help educate parents, caregivers and some educators. I love where it discussed the three types of learning styles. (Visual Learner, Auditory Learner, Kinesthetic/Tactile Learner) All children do not learn the same way nor at the same pace. This is an excellent resource to be used in schools, churches, and homes. I encourage everyone to purchase and read the book. This book provides helpful information and strategies that can be used to help sharpen your child's skills. Elementary School Teacher Tuscaloosa, Alabama D.R.

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  • Posted January 14, 2012

    Conditionally Recommended

    The book is a well written account of early American and Canadian history starting well before the Revolutionary War, when the French were still in Canada. However, with that said, the book is essentially without maps of any kind. There are only a few reproduced drawing from historical documents, most of them of specific battles and almost none of them readable. I believe this is a serious deficiency in any history book attempting to depict campaigns and battles over a period of time.

    In short, unless you have your own atlas of the NE United States and SE Canada in sufficient detail to follow what takes place in the this book I cannot recommend it for purchase.

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