LUCAS, Eileen. American, b. 1956. Genres: Children's non-fiction. Career: Writer of juvenile nonfiction books. Publications: Acid Rain, 1991; Water: A Resource in Crisis, 1991; The Everglades, 1994; The European Conquest, 1995; Trade, 1995; Civil Rights, 1996; The Complete Library of U.S. Presidents: The Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson Years, 1997; The Nixon, Ford, Carter Years, 1997; The Reagan, Bush, Clinton Years, 1997; Vincent Van Gogh, 1997; Contemporary Human Rights Activists, 1997; Cracking the Wall, 1997; Elizabeth Dole, 1998; The Eighteenth and Twenty-First Amendments, 1998; The U.S. Postal Service, 1999. Address: 167 Fontana Ave, PO Box 543, Fontana, WI 53125, U.S.A.
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