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The Matchlock Gun
by Walter D. Edmonds. Story of early America set in the Mohawk Valley in what is now New York State during the French and Indian wars. Ages 8-11.


GW's World.jpg George Washington's World
by Joanna foster. A bird's-eye-view of world history at the time of George Washington. A great way to get a solid hisorical perspective on science, art, expeditions, world leaders during an important part of U.S. history. Ages 11+


Columbus d aulaire.gif Columbus, by D'Aulaire
Colorful oversize picture book tells the story of Columbus from his youth in Italy, through his sailing days, to his old age in Spain.


road to revolution.JPG Timeline - Road to Revolution
From 1607 to 1791. Six-foot full-color timeline gives pictures, dates, and brief descriptions of the major persons and events in colonial America. The back of the timeline offers further information, activities, map and pictures. A complete unit study.


Jamestown The Jamestown Colony
by Gail Sakurai. Very interesting and complete account of the the first English colony in America. Dozens of color illustrations, easy-to-read text. Includes historical timeline of events and glossary of terms. Paperback. Ages 8-12.


Meet GW. gif Meet George Washington
A Landmark Book. Ages 10+.


Ben F of Old Philly.gif Ben Franklin of Old Philadelphia
A Landmark Book. Ages 10+.


If You Contitution.jpg If You Were There When They Signed the Constitution
If you were there when they signed the Constitution you would see why the Constituion is called a miracle, what was missing from the Constitution, what was the Great Compromise? In this book, you'll find answers to these questions and 47 others. Agers 10+.


GW D'Aulaire.jpg George Washington
By Ingri and Edgar D'Aulaire. Full-color, oversize paperback. Young readers will be inspired as they learn how George Washington (1732-1799) grew up to become a great general and our first president. Ages 8-10.


Buffalo I Can.jpg Buffalo Bill and the Pony Express
Bill Cody was only fifteen years old when he joined the Pony Express, but he never imagined he would someday become famous--as Buffalo Bill, the bravest rider on the Pony Express. An I Can Read Book, Level 3 for ages 7-9.


Drinking Gourd.gif The Drinking Gourd
A story of the Underground Railroad. An I Can Read Book, Level 3 for ages 7-9.


George Drummer.jpg George the Drummer Boy
An I Can Read Book, Level 3. Story of the Revolutionary War as seen through the eyes of a young drummer boy. Good resource for American History. Ages 7-9.


Josephina.jpg Josefina Quilt--sold out
The story of a little girl and Josefina, her pet chicken, who travel from Missouri to California in a wagon train in the 1850's. An I Can Read Book, Level 3 for ages 7-9.


Long Way Westward.gif Long Way Westward
The continuing story of Carl Erik and his family as they travel from the East Coast of the United States to their new home in Minnesota. An I can Read Book, Level 3 for ages 7-9.


Life in a Colonial town.jpg Life in a Colonial Town
by Sally Senzell Isaacs.


Abe Lincoln.jpg Abe Lincoln, Log Cabin to White House
By Sterling North. Born in a log cabin on the Kentucky frontier, Abraham Lincoln faced a life of extreme poverty and hardship. But he surmounted these and many other barriers, all the while keeping his gentle nature and his sense of humor. Read the captivating story of his journey from log cabin to White House. Ages 9-12.


Escape North! True Story of Harriet Tubman
by Monica Kulling. The woods were full of danger for runaway slaves. But following the North Star, Harriet Tubman led many to freedom. Level 4 Step Into Reading. Ages 7-9


A Lion to Guard Us
by Clyde Robert Bulla. Inspired by historical facts, this fictional story follows three young children as they travel alone, via shipwreck, to Jamestown Colony in search of their father. Ages 8+


Am Rev in Their Own Words.gif American Revolutionaries, In Their Own Words
By Milton Meltzer. Most of us know about the American Revolution only from secondhand accounts, or from documents such as the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights. Read these pages and you will hear the voices of men, women and children who experienced the Revolution firsthand. Ages 14+.


Sacajawea.jpg Sacajawea
By Joyce Milton. An All Aboard Reading Book, Level 2. More than 200 years ago, explorers went across the Northwest by traveling up the Mississippi River. their trip was long and full of danger. But with the help of Sacajawea, a young Indian girl, the trip wqas a success. Ages 6-8.


Pocahontas Step.jpg The True Story of Pocahontas
Colorful illustrations, interesting story line. A Step-Into-Reading Level 3 book for children ages 7-8.


Pocahontas Dover.jpg Pocahontas, Doherty
A Dover Thrift Edition. A no-frills account of the life of Pocahontas, her relationship with the early colonists and her eventual marriage to an Englishman and travels to England to meet the queen.


Pocahontas Stickers.gif Pocahontas Stickers


Pocahontas Full-Color Sturdy Book.gif Pocahontas Sturdy Book
A Little Dover Edition. Text tells the story of Pocahontas. Full color illustrations. Ages 8-10.


Fun with Northwest Indian Stencils Fun with Northwest Indian Stencils #55


Fun with Plains Indian Stencils Fun with Plains Indian Stencils #56


Fun with Southwest Indian Stencils Fun with Southwest Indian Stencils #85


Indian Heroes.jpg Indian Heroes and Great Chieftains


Sojourner.jpg Narrative Life of Sojourner Truth
First published in 1850, this book offers a rare glimpse into Northern slavery in rural New York. Ms. Truth (1797-1883) tells of her religious conversion and her travels as a preacher of equality and justice. A Dover Thrift Edition. Ages 14+.


SW Indian Life stickers.gif Southwest Indian Life Stickers


Pueblo.jpg Pueblo Village Sticker Picture Book
Learn about the architecture, dress, crafts and food of Pueblo Indians with 38 reusable stickers on a 12" x 18" laminated backdrop. Ages 5+


Squanto.jpg Squanto, Friend of the Pilgrims
The true story of a young American Indian boy and his encounter with the early settlers, his voyage back to Europe, and his return--many years later. Ages 8-9.


Thomas Edison Young Inventor.gif Thomas A. Edison, Young Inventor
This series is over 75 years old and chronicles the early years of famous American men and women in an accessible manner. History is fleshed out with fictionalized details, and conversations have been added to make the stories come alive to today's young readers.


M Seton.jpg Mother Seton, a Vision book
A Vision book. One of the few American saints, Mother Seton contributed greatly to the development of Catholic education in the United States.


Reb and Redcoats.jpg The Reb and the Red Coats
By Constance Savery. Historical fiction of the American Revolution told from a Loyalist point of view. Ages 10+


Uncle tom.jpg Uncle Tom's Cabin
By Harriet Beecher Stowe (1811-1896). Historical fiction. An important novel by an American female. Accurate in its portrayal of the slave experience, brilliant in its narrative structure and use of dialogue. This is a book that changed America. Meet the characters of Uncle Tom, Topsy, Sambo, Simon Legree, and little Eva. Ages 14+.


Up From Slavery.jpg Up From Slavery
By Booker T. Washington (1856-1915). In this eloquently written book, Washington tells of his life that began in bondage and culminated in worldwide recognition for his many accomplishments. Ages 14+.


Revolutionary War Wednesday.gif Revolutionary War on Wednesday
By Mary Pope Osborne. A young people's introduction to the Revolutionary War. Ages 8+.


Union Soldier.gif Union Soldier Sticker Doll
Reusable stickers for different clothing for a young Union soldier. Ages 5+.


Lincoln Speeches.jpg Great Speeches, Lincoln
Read the greatest speeches from our sixteenth presidnet, including his First Inaguarl Address, his Gettysburg Address and his famous speech on the Civil War--A House Divided. Several others. A Dover Thrift Edition. Ages 14+.


Pledge of Allegiance
By Francis Bellamy. The story of the flag, of the Pledge and the meaning of each. Illustrated with photographs of American landscapes and monuments. Information on proper care and dsiplay of our country's flag. Ages 8+.


Frederick Douglass.gif Life of Frederick Douglass
Former slave, impassioned abolitionist, brilliant writer, newspaper editor and eloquent orator, Frederick Douglass (1818-1895) was an outstanding and influential American. Unabridged Dover Thrift Edition. Ages 14+.


Federalist Papers.jpg The Federalist Papers
By Hamilton, Madison and Jay. Explains the complexities of a constitutional government. Important, but dificult reading. The book, "Decision in Philadelphia," is a reasonable substitute. Ages 16+.


BoundForOregon.jpg Bound for Oregon
Based on a true story. The exciting and heoric adventure of a family bound for Oregon during the pioneer days. Ages 9-12.


Pioneers Key.jpg Our Pioneers and Patriots Answer Key
Answer Key for text book.


Pioneers text.jpg Our Pioneers and Patriots
An upper-elementary U.S. History text by Fr. Philip Furlong that begins with Columbus and ends in 1939. Paperback. Black and white illustrations. Ages 10 - 13.


Buffalo Bill D'Aulaire.jpg Buffalo Bill
by Ingrid and Edgar D'Aulaire. Colorful over-sized picture book chronicles the amazing adventures of Buffalo Bill--youngest rider for the Pony Express, and a daredevil performer in his own Wild West Show. Ages 9-12. Good read aloud for younger children.


Columbus  step into reading.gif Christopher Columbus, Step into Reading Level 3
Nicely illustrated, solid content. This $3.99 book has a firmer historical perspective than the D'Auliare version.


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