Dictionary of 19th-Century History, the Penguin

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Presents a comprehensive review of the political, diplomatic, military, social, economic, artistic, and cultural history of the age. Much attention is placed on the role of women, on African American and Native American figures, and on areas that fall outside the European-North American axis. Where appropriate, the numerous biographical entries are cross-referenced. Useful maps and a chronology complete the work.

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