BENJAMIN FRANKLIN LET FREEDOM RING by Susan R. Gregson.
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- ISBN: 0736810315
- Physical Description: 48 p. ill. (some col.), col. map 24 cm.
|General Note:|| Man of many talents -- Young Ben -- Ben's ideas -- Ben the public servant -- Ben and the road to independence -- An old Ben in a new america -- Glossary -- Places to see.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 45) and index.
|Summary, etc.:|| Surveys the life of Benjamin Franklin, one of America's greatest inventors, philosophers, public servants, and political leaders, following his early years as a printer's apprentice, his life of public service and scientific experimentation, and his role as an originator and signer of the Declaration of Independence.
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