eBook The American Revolution, 1st Edition

  • Series Name: American History Series
  • John Davenport Reader in Marine Biology, University College of North Wales, Bangor, UK
  • Published By: Lucent Press (Rosen)
  • ISBN-10: 1420513087
  • ISBN-13: 9781420513080
  • DDC: 973.3
  • 150 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2007 | Published/Released August 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2007
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Overview

American History examines the eras, events, and movements that have shaped U.S. history. Compelling narratives offer a wealth of factual information and also provide readers with insight into the significance of the past and its many legacies. Fully cited quotations from historical figures, eyewitnesses, letters, speeches and writings bring vibrancy and authority to the text. Sidebars, time lines, indexes and annotated bibliographies appear in all volumes.

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American History Series

AMERICAN HISTORY examines the eras, events, and movements that have shaped U.S. history. Compelling narratives offer a wealth of factual information and also provide readers with insight into the significance of the past and its many legacies. Fully cited quotations from historical figures, eyewitnesses, letters, speeches and writings bring vibrancy and authority to the text. Sidebars, time lines, indexes and annotated bibliographies appear in all volumes.

Reviews

"These titles succeed in reaching the series' goal of helping students 'view the past as a more real, interesting, and accessible place.' Packed with information, notations, illustrations, and blurbs, these books delve deeply into crucial events in American history. Solid report resources." --School Library Journal, October 2007

— School Library Journal

"...these thoughtful, well-researched books closely examine important events in American history, smoothly weaving quotes from primary sources and modern scholars into the readable texts. More than just recitations of facts, these volumes delve into human motivations, strengths, and shortcomings to present fascinating insights into the past." --Curriculum Connections, Sprin 2008

— Curriculum Connections