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

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Index
Abels, Chana Byers, 203
Accidental Explorers (Stefoff), 43
Ackerman, Karen, 119
Across Five Aprils (Hunt), 90
Across Five Aprils (video), 94
Acting. See also Role-playing
Native Americans, 2
immigration, 141
pioneer life, 113,118
World War I, 177
Activities. See Acting; Advertisements; Debating; Illustrating; Map skills; Music activities; Poster-making; Recipes; Research projects; Story telling; Writing
Addie Across the Prairie (Lawlor), 121
Addie's Long Summer (Lawlor), 121
Addy Learns a Lesson (Porter), 91
Adler, David A., 16, 41, 63, 165, 187
Adoff, Arnold, 87
Adventure clubs, 61
Advertisements
industrial revolution, 157
pioneer life, 113
World War II, 193
African-American Inventors (McKissack), 166
After the Dancing Days (Rostkowski), 170–73
Albert, Toni, 93
Allen Jay and the Underground Railroad (Brill), 88
Along the Santa Fe Trail (Russell), 121
Alper, Ann Fitzpatrick, 41
Alphin, Elaine Marie, 87
America: A Firebell in the Night, 94–95
America: Huddled Masses (video), 146
America Forever: A Book of Poems (Brewton), 88
American Heritage: The Civil War (CD-ROM), 94
American Heritage Songbook, The (Lloyd), 208
American History Simulations (Fischer), 208
American Independence (video), 67
American Indian Music and Musical Instruments (Fitcher), 21
American Indian Reference Books for Children and Young Adults (Kuipers), 21
American Revolution, 46–71
American Revolutionaries, The (Meltzer), 66
American Women and World War II (Weatherford), 205
And Then What Happened, Paul Revere? (Fritz), 64
Anderson, William, 123
Angel Child, Dragon Child (Surat), 139–40
Anna Is Still Here (Vos), 205
Anne Frank (Klimowski and Gillaspy), 206
Anne Frank (van der Rol and Verhoeven), 205
Anne Frank: Life in Hiding (Hurwitz), 204
Anne Frank, the Diary of a Young Girl (Frank), 203
Anthony Burns (Hamilton,) 89
Appleade, 96
April Morning (Fast), 64
Araminta's Paintbox (Ackerman), 119
Archer, Jules, 87
Arctic Hunter (Hoyt-Goldsmith), 18
Armer, Laura Adams, 16
Around the World in a Hundred Years (Fritz), 31–34
Art, fifteenth century, 28
Artman, John, 44, 123
Aten, Jerry, 44, 208
Aunt Harriet's Underground Railroad in the Sky (Ringgold), 92
Aurora Means Dawn (Sanders), 121
Authors' biographies
Adler, David A., 187
Avi, 46–47
Ayer, Eleanor H., 189
Bader, Bonnie, 155–56
Beatty, Patricia, 75
Brenner, Barbara, 27
Brink, Carol Ryrie, 103
Chang, Ina, 77
Clark, Margaret Goff, 79
Cohen, Barbara, 134
Collier, Christopher, 49
Collier, James, 49
Colman, Penny, 193
Conrad, Pam, 25,106
Coville, Bruce, 81
Dalgliesh, Alice, 4–5
Fisher, Leonard Everett, 157
Foreman, Michael, 173
Freedman, Russell, 135, 160
Fritz, Jean, 31–32, 108
Gold in, Barbara Diamond, 162
Griffin, Judith Berry, 55

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

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Chapter 1 - Native Americans 1
  • Chapter 2 - Exploration 25
  • Chapter 3 - The American Revolution and the Constitution 46
  • Chapter 4 - Slavery and the Civil War 71
  • Chapter 5 - Pioneer Life and Westward Expansion 102
  • Chapter 6 - Immigration 130
  • Chapter 7 - Industrial Revolution 151
  • Chapter 8 - World War I 170
  • Chapter 9 - World War II 185
  • Chapter 10 - Supplemental U.S. History Resources 208
  • Index 213
  • About the Author 229
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