Halley's Comet by Norman D. Anderson

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Describes the discovery of Halley's comet and its historic significance. Also briefly discusses what is known of the composition of comets and their relationship to earth.

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Local historians and postcard collectors Norman D. Anderson and B.T. Fowler invite the reader on a journey into the history of Raleigh and neighboring Wake County communities. Come take a tour of Union Square and the Capitol; view the state office buildings and institutions when streetcars were the easiest way to get around town; stroll down Fayetteville Street before it became a mall; and imagine yourself on a Sunday afternoon trolley excursion to Bloomsbury Park. Raleigh: North Carolina's Capital City on Postcards is an educational and entertaining history experience that will be treasured by young and old, resident and visitor alike, for years to come.
Published September 1, 1981 by Dodd Mead. 78 pages
Genres: Children's Books. Non-fiction

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