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By John C. Fredriksen

ISBN-10: 1576070018

ISBN-13: 9781576070017

American army Leaders includes over four hundred A-Z biographies of people corresponding to Admiral Elmo Zumwalt, who ended countless numbers of years of culture by way of permitting girls to serve on army ships; and, Francis Marion, the Swamp Fox, whose ideas of clandestine war are nonetheless via the U.S. specific Forces.Coverage facilities at the extraordinary generals, sergeants, fighter aces, militiamen, theorists, medical professionals, and nurses who make up America's army heritage. This quantity offers their backgrounds, contributions, and importance to America's fortunes in battle. This name additionally cites works for additional learn, features a record of leaders prepared by way of their army titles, and a accomplished index.

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American army Leaders comprises over four hundred A-Z biographies of people comparable to Admiral Elmo Zumwalt, who ended countless numbers of years of culture through permitting ladies to serve on military ships; and, Francis Marion, the Swamp Fox, whose ideas of clandestine war are nonetheless by means of the U. S. particular Forces.

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Chief Joseph: Chief of the Nez Perce. Child’s World, 2002 Taylor, Marian W. Chief Joseph: Nez Perce Leader. html o 31 —————————————————— Index birth 6 death 26 gold rush 10 Hayes, President Rutherford B. 24-25 Howard, General Oliver Otis 17 Lewis and Clark expedition 8 Nez Perce tribe 4, 28 Sherman, General William Tecumseh 21 About The Author Don McLeese is an award-winning journalist whose work has appeared in many newspapers and magazines. A. degree in English from the University of Chicago, taught feature writing at the University of Texas and has frequently contributed to the World Book Encyclopedia.

29 —————————————————— Glossary chief (CHEEF) — leader, head of a Native American tribe Christian (KRIS chun) — a religion that believes that Jesus Christ is the son of God conscience (CAHN shunce) — the part of a person that knows the difference between right and wrong elder (ELL dur) — older expedition (ecks peh DIH shun) — a trip to explore, or a journey with some other purpose Native Americans (NAY tiv uh MARE ih canz) — those who lived in the land that is now the United States before explorers from Europe came Nez Perce (nehz PURS or nehz pur SAY) — a tribe of Native Americans that lived in what is now Idaho and Oregon reservation (rehz ur VAY shun) — land where Native Americans were told they had to live settlers (SET lurz) — people who move to a new land to live there treaty (TREE tee) — a paper that people sign that says they agree to something tribe (TRYB) — one of the bands or nations of Native Americans warriors (WAHR ee urz) — great fighters in battle o 30 —————————————————— Further Reading McAuliffe, Bill.

Html o 31 —————————————————— Index birth 6 death 26 gold rush 10 Hayes, President Rutherford B. 24-25 Howard, General Oliver Otis 17 Lewis and Clark expedition 8 Nez Perce tribe 4, 28 Sherman, General William Tecumseh 21 About The Author Don McLeese is an award-winning journalist whose work has appeared in many newspapers and magazines. A. degree in English from the University of Chicago, taught feature writing at the University of Texas and has frequently contributed to the World Book Encyclopedia.

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