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The Confederation Congress And the Creation of the American Trans-Apalachian Settlement Policy 1783-1787 Hardcover

ISBN-13: 978-0773458154 ISBN-10: 0773458158 Edition: illustrated edition

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"Dr. Allen has given us one of the most perceptive syntheses of America's 1780s, a period every bit as revolutionary as the decade preceding it, that has ever been written." - Dwight L. Smith, Professor Emeritus, Miami University - Ray Swick, Historian, West Virginia State Parks"

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Michael Allen is Professor of History at the University of Washington, Tacoma.

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Michael Allen, Professor of History at the University of Washington, Tacoma, was born and raised in Ellensburg, Washington. After serving with the U.S. Marines in Vietnam, he graduated with a BA, MA, and Ph.D. from Central Washington State College, University of Montana, and University of Washington. He has published five books and taught at Tennessee Tech, Deep Springs College, Eastern Montana College, and UW Tacoma. He lives in Ellensburg and Tacoma with his three children, Jim, Davy, and Caroline. Photo by Jill Carnell Danseco, ©2009, University of Washington Tacoma.

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