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The Atlanta Century created by Norman Shavin. America's History (1860-1865) in weekly newspaper format.
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Norman, Creator Shavin. Primary Sources: Historical Newspapers - 19th Century US History. Theater books celebrate America's cultural treasures - Houston. first continuously published newspaper in the colonies. Historical Newspapers Online - Ask Us/Get Help. Download The Atlanta Century, America's History (1860-1865) in Weekly Newspaper Format. the platform, or in book, magazine, or newspaper. Historical Newspapers Online - History, Philosophy and Newspaper.
Published by Century House, Atlanta, GA, 1968. Used Condition: Fine Soft cover. Service to the antiquarian book market since 1979. Careful packaging a standard with us. From Terrence Murphy (Santa Fe, NM, . Formerly, The Mt. Sterling Rebel, Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, now relocated to Santa Fe, New Mexico, USA. Visit Seller's Storefront. Terms of Sale: Book prices are net to all.
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The Atlanta Century was published weekly and intended to give the reader an idea of what the front page of a newspaper printed during the Civil War in Atlanta would have looked like. Work-to-work relationships.
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This Norman Mailer bibliography lists major books by and about Mailer (January 31, 1923 – November 10, 2007), an American novelist, new journalist, essayist, public intellectual, filmmaker, and biographer. Over a fifty-nine-year period, Mailer won two Pulitzer Prizes and had eleven books spend a total of 160 weeks on the New York Times bestseller list. Mailer's output included forty-plus books and six decades of bestsellers on a wide range of topics, from World War II to Marilyn Monroe.
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