Publisher: U.S. Department of State 2008
Number of pages: 56
The United States has been described as the most ethnically and culturally diverse nation the world has ever seen. Sketchbook USA lavishly illustrates many aspects of American life. These excerpts depict Americans at work, at play, and engaging in civic activities.
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