Frontier America The Story of the Westward Movement by Thomas D. Clark

$ 10.00

Frontier America The Story of the Westward Movement by Thomas D. Clark is a 836-page hardcover published in 1969 by Charles Scribner's Sons New York (originally published in 1959).  The dust jacket has numerous small chips and tears and wear along the edges.  Inside, the beautiful cloth bound hardcover has some minor shelf wear along the edges and minor spine and corner bumping.  Inside, the pages are crisp and clean with tight binding.  The condition is good. 

Book Summary

Frontier America is an absorbing account of the westward movement, a subject of perennial interest to Americans.  The reader will find it more than a history; it paints a lively true-to-life picture of what it meant to explore, to pacify, and to establish institutions in an untamed area between two oceans, from the middle of the eighteenth century to the 1890's.  Professor Clark has written history, but it is a history abounding with colorful characters and teeming with the life of the people who made history.  Here is a rich tapestry of those social, economic, political and diplomatic events which constitute the formative years of the United States.

Library of Congress Catalog Card Number:  69-11124



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