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The american pageant, 13th edition textbook notes chapter 01 - new world beginnings i the shaping of north america 1 recorded history began 6,000 years ago. Free step-by-step solutions to millions of textbook and homework questions - slader. Editions for the american pageant: a history of the republic: 061810349x (hardcover published in 2001), 0618479279 (hardcover published in 2005), 0618479.
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