onesmedia Store HOME | BOOKS | JEAN SHEPHERD | MOVIES | OLD TIME RADIO AUDIO CD | OLD TIME RADIO mp3 CD ROM |OLD TIME RADIO mp3 DVD ROMFour Great Americans: Washington, Franklin, Webster, Lincoln. A Book for Young AmericansBy James BaldwinAudio Book -CD-ROM- mp3 FormatFour Great Americans: Washington, Franklin, Webster, Lincoln, by James Baldwin. Read by Sibella Denton.Written for children, James Baldwin’s history of Washington, Franklin, Webster, and Lincoln brings these men to life in a way that will be interesting for adults as well. The stories touch on the little humanities of the great men, rather than dwelling on the great works and great events of their lifetimes, without ignoring the latter. HERE'S HOW YOU CAN PLAY mp3 FILES FROM THIS CD: 1 - WITH YOUR COMPUTER USING YOUR FAVORITE PLAYER (Windows Media Player, Winamp, Real Player and many more) 2 - WITH THE LATEST CAR CD OR HOME DVD PLAYER CAPABLE TO READ mp3 FILES (Please Check your player manual) 3 - WITH YOUR mp3 PLAYER, JUST UPLOAD THE FILES TO THE DEVICETHIS CD WILL BE DELIVERED IN WHITE PAPER SLEEVEFULL REFUND IF NOT SATISFIEDTHE FINE PRINT - PUBLIC DOMAIN MATERIALPublic domain work may be freely reproduced, distributed, transmitted, used, modified, built upon, or otherwise exploited by anyone for any purpose, commercial or non-commercial, and in any way, including by methods that have not yet been invented or conceived. These recordings are sold for private home listening and use only.These public domains recordings were made before 1972 and are in compliance with eCRATER copyright regulations. They are listed in accordance with current eCRATER policies concerning selling Public Domain materials.Works Registered or First Published in the U.S.Date of PublicationConditionsCopyright TermBefore 1923 None None. In the public domain due to copyright expiration1923 through 1977Published without a copyright noticeNone. In the public domain due to failure to comply with required formalitieseCRATER Policy overview:Before you sell any media, such as music, movies, or photos, you're responsible for finding out if the media you're planning to sell contains content that's protected by copyright. If it is, be sure to follow the guidelines in our copyright basics policy.Any media that are no longer protected by copyright are sometimes described as having entered the public domain. To find out more about public domain media, see the U.S. Copyright Office website. You can describe the content offered in your eCRATER listing as having entered the public domain as long as you meet both of these requirements:You've checked to make sure the content is in fact in the public domain, and Your listing includes both of the following details:The date (day, month, and year) the media was first created or releasedThe date (day, month, and year) it became part of the public domainHowever, we don't allow sellers to describe content as having entered into the public domain if the content was created or released in 1972 or later. Make sure your listing follows these guidelines. If it doesn't, it may be removed, and you may be subject to a range of other actions, including limits of your buying and selling privileges and suspension of your account. If you see listings that offer unauthorized copies of media, please report it to us. THE READING OF THIS AUDIO BOOK ARE IN THE PUBLIC DOMAINAfter a careful search of the Library of Congress and the United States Trademark and Patent Office, it has been determined that the programs listed for sale here are in the Public Domain. They are being offered with the understanding that no valid or active copyright, trademark, and/or patent exist for them. These recordings are sold for private home listening and use only. No broadcast rights are stated, implied, or given. I assume no responsibility for unauthorized use of these programs. They are listed in accordance with current eCRATER policies concerning selling Public Domain materials.