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Above, you’ll find a free way to listen to the audiobook and read the ebook version of Hero Tales from American History authored by Henry Lodge, Theodore Roosevelt, provided by Speechify. You can read the book while you listen or just listen to it. Hero Tales from American History was published in unknown.The Library of Congress Classification for Hero Tales from American History is E151 and the subjects include Generals -- United States -- Biography -- Anecdotes, Heroes -- United States -- Biography -- Anecdotes, National characteristics, American -- Anecdotes, Pioneers -- United States -- Biography -- Anecdotes, United States -- Biography, United States -- Biography -- Anecdotes, United States -- History, United States -- History -- Anecdotes. The bookshelves info is Children's History, US Civil War.
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