Pdf/E–book [Nature and History in the Potomac Country From Hunter Gatherers to the Age of Jefferson]
Pdf/E–book Nature and History in he Potomac Country From Hunter Gatherers o he Age of Jefferson
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Summary Nature and History in he Potomac Country From Hunter Gatherers o he Age of Jefferson
A scholar specializing in early American history with an emphasis on Native America James Rice earned his PhD in early American history from the University of Maryland He has been a scholar in residence at the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and a Carson Fellow at Ludwig Maximilians Universität in Munich