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A study of the problems involved in using historical fiction in teaching United States history in high school

By Ellis Kittle Yaw

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Not AvailableEllis Kittle YawNot ListedNot ListedMaster of ArtsDepartment Not ListedCunningham Memorial Library, Terre Haute, Indiana State University.isua-thesis-1949-yawMastersTitle from document title page. Document formatted into pages: contains 131p. : ill. Includes appendix and bibliography

Topics: United States--History--Study and teaching (Secondary), United States--History--Fiction., Historical fiction.
Year: 1949
OAI identifier: oai:scholars.indstate.edu:10484/1466:10484/4896
Provided by: Sycamore Scholars

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