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Anita Louise McCormick

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Anita Louise McCormick is a charter member of The National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution. She has been a freelance writer for over twenty-five years, and has written many books.

Anita Louise's Books

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Creating Sand Beaches with Poop

Creating Sand Beaches with Poop

Anita Louise McCormick
One of the amazing things poop can do is create beautiful white sandy beaches. Scientists have discovered that around 70 percent of white sand found on beaches comes from parrot fish poop. Parrot fish have bird-like beaks that can bite off pieces of coral...Read More

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ISBN: 9780766091061
Binding: Library Ed.
List Price: $25.27
Discount Price: $18.95

Gold

Gold

Anita Louise McCormick
Since ancient times, people the world over have valued gold above most metals. For at least 5,000 years, gold has been used to make jewelry, coins, art objects, and other valuable items. Today, gold also has many industrial applications, from computers to medicine...Read More

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ISBN: 9781978503656
Binding: Library Ed.
List Price: $27.93
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Mercury

Mercury

Anita Louise McCormick
Liquid, shiny, dangerous Mercury has the distinction of being the only metal that is liquid at room temperature. Because of this trait, mercury is used in thermometers, scientific instruments, florescent lights, and many other devices...Read More

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ISBN: 9781978503670
Binding: Library Ed.
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The Industrial Revolution in United States History

The Industrial Revolution in United States History

Anita Louise McCormick
Imagine listening as Alexander Graham Bell first demonstrates the telephone, or watching Thomas Edison show off his new invention—the automatic telegraph. In less than two hundred years, the United States changed from a rural, agricultural society into an industrial world power...Read More

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ISBN: 978-0-7660-6102-6
Binding: Hardcover Trade
List Price: $29.94
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The Native American Struggle in United States History

The Native American Struggle in United States History

Anita Louise McCormick
Author Anita Louise McCormick Investigates the issues surrounding the creation of reservations—areas of land chosen by the United States government to relocate or contain Native Americans. Beginning with the first European explorers and continuing to the present, examine the history of the conflicts and resolutions between the United States government and Native Americans...Read More

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ISBN: 978-0-7660-6325-9
Binding: Hardcover Trade
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