6 edition of History Mysteries found in the catalog.
September 2000 by American Girl .
Written in English
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There's so much to read if you're a fan of the mystery and suspense genre. These books will have you staying up late to find out who did it. The books are written by well-known authors from the History Mysteries series; the target audience is the nine-to-twelve age group. More mature topics are covered than are touched on in the Central Series, such as the effects of war on returning soldiers post World War Two, and include Looking Back sections.
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A related series entitled History Mysteries, also known as Mysteries Through Time and/or Mysteries through History was released by American Girl in and discontinued in The series comprises a total of 22 books by various authors and forms a companion series to the popular American Girl books; unlike Girl of the Year and other lines, they do not come with any Publisher: American Girl.
Elma’s demise produced a list of “firsts” in US history. For starters, it was New York’s first scandalous murder mystery. According to their fellow boarders, Levi and Elma were lovers, which was quite shocking in Handbills and newspapers proclaimed that Levi had promised Elma marriage, then murdered her.
Fascinated New Yorkers. “Deliciously literate” (Kirkus Reviews) and filled with “articulate characters and erudite art commentary” (The New York Times Book Review), this acclaimed series of novels by Iain Pears combines art and history, literature and mystery fiction, with the same passion for detail he displayed in his New York Times bestseller An Instance of the Fingerpost.
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Humankind has been to the moon, explored our solar system and beyond; we’ve created computers smarter than people, and we can store huge. Students can use online or offline research to help identify the mystery person, place, event, or object in history. Choose an activity from one of these U.S.
history topics: African-American History (including the Colonial period and civil rights) Environmental History; Government and Politics (including presidents, states, and the Bill of Rights). Over the pdf, Ancient Origins has reported on thousands of archaeological mysteries that have not yet been solved.
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Mark Greenwood is a history hunter. He enjoys searching for lost download pdf and glittering treasure, delving into mysteries and solving famous cold cases. Most of all, he loves sharing the stories that he finds.
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Then to make it even more confusing, each of these three general categories has sub-categories. Mystery Fiction. The predominant feature of a mystery novel is the puzzle of whodunit. Most mysteries involve the reader following a sleuth to.