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Shaping a National Culture: The Philadelphia Experience, 1750-1800
Catherine E. Hutchins (ed). By the 1750s Philadelphia, William Penn’s “greene Country Towne,” had become the largest & most influential city in British North America. In this volume social, economic, & political historians have joined with art historians, architectural historians, & curators to present their findings about Philadelphia’s myriad economic groups, political enclaves, religious structures, nascent cultural institutions, & artisanal output during the years between 1750 & 1800. Philadelphia of the late 18th century was a testing ground for many of the ideas & practices that subsequently became components of a national culture. A Winterthur Book.
Peter Pan: The Original Tale of Neverland
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U.F.O.s: The Sighting of Alien People & Spacecraft From the Earliest Centuries to the Present Day
It’s Never Too Late to Get Rich: Secrets of Building a Nest Egg at Any Age
Language Imperative: How Learning Languages Can Enrich Your Life & Expand Your Mind
People’s Charter?: Forty Years of the National Parks & Access to the Countryside Act 1949
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