U.S. History through Children's Literature: From the Colonial Period to World War II

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Contents
ACKNOWLEDGMENTSix
INTRODUCTIONxi
1-NATIVE AMERICANS1
Introduction1
Whole Group Reading— The Light in the Forest2
Small Group Reading— The Courage of Sarah Noble4
Small Group Reading— I Am Regina6
Small Group Reading— Night Bird: A Story of the Seminole Indians9
Small Group Reading— Calico Captive10
Small Group Reading— The Sign of the Beaver13
Bibliography16
End-of-Unit Celebration22
2-EXPLORATION25
Introduction25
Whole Group Reading— Pedro's Journal25
Small Group Reading— If You Were There in 149227
Small Group Reading—Around the World in a Hundred Years31
Small Group Reading— The Tainos34
Small Group Reading— I Sailed with Columbus38
Small Group Reading— Voyage of the Half Moon40
Bibliography41
End-of-Unit Celebration45
3-THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION AND THE CONSTITUTION46
Introduction46
Whole Group Reading— The Fighting Ground46
Small Group Reading— My Brother Sam Is Dead49
Small Group Reading— War Comes to Willy Freeman52
Small Group Reading— Phoebe the Spy54
Small Group Reading— The Secret Soldier56
Small Group Reading— Guns for General Washington57
Small Group Reading— George Washington's Socks61
Bibliography63
End-of-Unit Celebration68

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