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A Concise History of the United States, Volume One talks about the history of the Native Americans from their beginning and their contact with Europeans. Native Americans have contributed math, art, agriculture, and government to the building of the American dream.

©2012 Henry Epps (P)2012 Henry Epps

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okay

Written wroth average skill. The audio sounded as if the narrator was in the bathroom of a library. Quality information. I recommend for those nterested in seeking Native American history.

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narrator good. needs more of a native american point of veiw. flat and vague. okay

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  • henry
  • memphis, TN, United States
  • 03-03-13

Native Americans the original people!

Would you consider the audio edition of A Concise History of the United States, Volume I to be better than the print version?

The native Americans are the original people of America and their culture goes back thousands of years.

What did you like best about this story?

Learning about the extensive and rich history of the original American people.

Which character – as performed by Ellery Truesdell – was your favorite?

The narrative voice explaining the richness of the Native people in a concise and mature format.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

Listening to the many great accomplishments of the native people.<br/>

3 of 10 people found this review helpful