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Early American History Catalog

Routledge History will be attending the Society for Historians of the Early American Republic (SHEAR) conference in Baltimore, MD, July 20-22. Stop by our booth to browse our latest books, order an exam copy, and learn more about our titles! We will have many of the titles in our Early American History Catalog on display.

We will have these titles and more on display at SHEAR!

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