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Presidential Medal of Freedom Winners

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-- Each book presents ten short biographies of important people for the price of a single volume.
-- This series includes books that are organized around interesting themes, highlight possible career choices, and include women and minorities.
Hardcover, 104 pages
Published August 1st 1996 by Enslow Publishers
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Rita  Radhi
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This story outlines many important personalities in American history rewarded for doing a meritorious, private or public, contribution to the United States. Each of the “Presidential Medal of Freedom” heirs worked tremendously hard for success and achieve everything they have done. Essentially, Helen Keller, a brilliant deaf-blind woman involved herself in the American Foundation for the Blind, contributed to advances aimed at finding new ways for disabled individuals t
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Carmen Bredeson is the author of The Spindletop Gusher: The Story of the Texas Oil Boom. She has also written more than 50 non-fiction books for children on topics such as space, exploration, holidays, history and geology. She travels the world getting ideas for her books with her husband, a petroleum engineer. She lives in Katy, Texas.
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