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Full Name: Milton Meltzer
Biography:
(1915-2009) Author. Milton Meltzer was born in Worcester, Massachusetts, and died in Manhattan, New York. He was known for his nonfiction books for young people.
Author's Timeline:
1915 (Unknown) County
Milton Meltzer was born in Worcester, Massachusetts, in 1915. 
2009 New York County
Milton Meltzer died in Manhattan, New York, in 2009. 
1968 (Unknown) County
Bread And Roses: The Struggle Of American Labor, 1865-1915
(Pub: Knopf. ISBN: )
Nonfiction. 
1992 (Unknown) County
The Amazing Potato
(Pub: HarperCollins. ISBN: )
Nonfiction. 
1965 (Unknown) County
In Their Own Words: A History Of The American Negro
(Pub: Crowell. ISBN: )
Nonfiction. 
1982 (Unknown) County
The Jewish Americans: A History In Their Own Words
(Pub: Crowell. ISBN: )
Nonfiction. 
1956 (Unknown) County
A Pictorial History Of The Negro In America
(Pub: Crown. ISBN: )
Nonfiction written with Langston Hughes. 
1932 New York County
Meltzer studied at Columbia University in Manhattan, New York, from 1932 until 1936. 
2006 (Unknown) County
The Underground Man
(Pub: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. ISBN: 9780152055189)
Novel. 
1988 (Unknown) County
Rescue : The Story of How Gentiles Saved Jews in the Holocaust
(Pub: HarperCollins Publishers. ISBN: 9780060242091)
Nonfiction for young people. 
1988 (Unknown) County
Mary McLeod Bethune: Voice of Black Hope
(Pub: Penguin Group (USA). ISBN: 9780140322194)
Nonfiction for young people. 
2007 (Unknown) County
Albert Einstein: A Biography
(Pub: Holiday House, Inc. ISBN: 9780823419661)
Nonfiction for young people. 
1987 (Unknown) County
The American Revolutionaries: A History in Their Own Words 1750-1800
(Pub: San Val. ISBN: 9780785713616)
Nonfiction for young people. 

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