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Who is Albert Marrin?
Albert Marrin is an American historian, professor of history, and author of more than forty juvenile nonfiction books.
- born on (78 years ago) in New York City
- nationality: United States of America
- education: Columbia University
- profession: Historian, author
- written works: "Oh Rats! The Story of Rats and People", "Inca & Spaniard", "The secret armies", "The sea rovers", "Saving the buffalo", "Sitting Bull and His World", "The Airman's War", "The Spanish-American War", "Mao Tse-tung and his China", "The war for independence", "Dr. Jenner and the speckled monster", "Cowboys, Indians, and gunfighters", "Sir Norman Angell", "Virginia's general", "George Washington & the founding of a nation", "Secrets from the Rocks", "The Yanks are coming", "Empires lost and won", "Terror of the Spanish Main", "Napoleon and the Napoleonic wars", "America and Vietnam", "Plains warrior", "Aztecs and Spaniards", "The last crusade", "War clouds in the West", "Flesh & Blood So Cheap: The Triangle Fire and Its Legacy"
- some of the nominations and awards:
- Spur Award for Best Juvenile Fiction - "Cowboys, Indians, and gunfighters"
- nominated to National Book Award for Young People's Literature - "Flesh & Blood So Cheap: The Triangle Fire and Its Legacy"
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