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The White House : introducing primary sources

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The White House has stood as a symbol for America and the U.S. presidency since President John Adams walked through its doors in 1800. Using primary sources, young readers hear the story behind the most important house in the country from people who were there when it was built. Engaging text, colorful photos, sidebars, and a variety of primary sources introduce readers to the White House.

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Marion Public Library J 975.3 CLA (Text)
Children's Nonfiction
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Wood Library Association - Canandaigua j975.3 CLA (Text)
Children's Nonfiction
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1001 . ‡aClay, Kathryn, ‡eauthor.
24514. ‡aThe White House : ‡bintroducing primary sources / ‡cby Kathryn Clay.
264 1. ‡aNorth Mankato, Minnesota : ‡bCapstone Press, ‡c[2017]
264 4. ‡c©2018
300 . ‡a32 pages : ‡bcolor illustrations ; ‡c23 cm.
336 . ‡atext ‡btxt ‡2rdacontent
336 . ‡astill image ‡bsti ‡2rdacontent
337 . ‡aunmediated ‡bn ‡2rdamedia
338 . ‡avolume ‡bnc ‡2rdacarrier
4901 . ‡aIntroducing primary sources
4901 . ‡aSmithsonian little explorer
500 . ‡a"Smithsonian books."
504 . ‡aIncludes bibliographical references (page 31) and index.
5050 . ‡aPrimary sources -- Plans for a new home -- Choosing a design -- Building begins -- First residents -- Jefferson moves in -- The British burn it down -- Executive offices -- Much-needed repairs -- The east room -- Family quarters -- The White House today -- Timeline -- Glossary.
520 . ‡aThe White House has stood as a symbol for America and the U.S. presidency since President John Adams walked through its doors in 1800. Using primary sources, young readers hear the story behind the most important house in the country from people who were there when it was built. Engaging text, colorful photos, sidebars, and a variety of primary sources introduce readers to the White House.
5218 . ‡a740L ‡bLexile
61020. ‡aWhite House (Washington, D.C.) ‡vJuvenile literature.
651 0. ‡aWashington (D.C.) ‡xBuildings, structures, etc. ‡vJuvenile literature.
830 0. ‡aIntroducing primary sources (Capstone Press)
830 0. ‡aSmithsonian little explorer.
905 . ‡ukriedener
901 . ‡aocn973290643 ‡bOCoLC ‡c572110 ‡tbiblio ‡soclc

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