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by Len W. Meents,R. Conrad Stein

eBook The Story of the Spirit of St. Louis (Cornerstones of Freedom) ePub
Author: Len W. Meents,R. Conrad Stein
Language: English
ISBN: 0516046675
ISBN13: 978-0516046679
Publisher: Childrens Pr (February 1, 1984)
Subcategory: Biography
Rating: 4.5
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ePub file: 1880 kb
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The Story of the Spirit of St. Louis. Describes the celebrated 1927 New York-to-Pari. ore.

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The Spirit of St. Part of the Cornerstones of Freedom Series). Dramatic and defining moments in American history come vividly the life in the Cornerstones of Freedom series. Format:Library Binding. by Children's Press, Richard Conrad Stein, R. Conrad Stein.

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by Richard Conrad Stein, 21 pages. by Richard Conrad Stein, 21 pages. Here is the gripping tale of the first cros. Series: Cornerstones of Freedom Library.

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Cornerstones of Freedom Series. CONDITION: Very good. Pages are in excellent condition. Ex-Library book with only 1 stamp. ISBN-10: 0516046306 ISBN-13: 9780516046303 Publisher: Children's Press 32 Pages Grade: From Third Grade to Sixth Grade.

Describes the celebrated 1927 New York-to-Paris flight of Charles A. Lindbergh, which was the first transatlantic solo flight in history, as well as the first non-stop flight between the two cities.
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