This book uses primary source materials to study the institution of slavery in the United States and its role in the Civil War. Contents include: What is slavery?; Slavery begins in English America; How did they get there?; Slave auctions; Slave work; read more
Presents information about Pocahontas, a Navive American woman, who made friends with the first English colonists.
Who designed the capital city?
What is the Washington Monument made of?
Find the answers to these questions and many more about our stunning national capital, Washington D.C., within the pages of this illuminati read more
As a child and as a youth, Frederick D read more
Each book in the comprehensive World History series offers a clearly written and visually enhanced overview of an important historical event or period. The series is designed both to acquaint readers with the basics of history and to make them aware th read more
The World History series examines the eras, events, civilizations, and movements that have shaped human history, providing readers with insight into the past and its many legacies. Vivid writing, full-color photographs and extensive use of fully cited read more
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