Cornerstones Of Freedom

Author: TIM. MCNEESE
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ISBN: 9780545036962
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The Story Of The Declaration Of Independence

Author: Norman Richards
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ISBN: 9780756753115
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When the Declaration of Independence was read aloud, the crowds cheered and set off gunpowder explosions. They were happy because the British king could no longer tell them how to live. The "fathers of our country" had to work hard to convince King George that the colonies had a right to be free. This illustrated Weekly Reader Book for children is the exciting story of how America became the land where everyone was free and equal. It even contains a copy of the signed Declaration of Independence.

Japanese American Internment Camps

Author: Gail Sakurai
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ISBN: 9781437975550
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The story of America has unfolded over a relatively short period of time, yet it has captured the world┬┐s imagination. This is a book in the Cornerstones of Freedom series which chronicles that legacy. Each volume conveys a dramatic and defining moment in American history. While fun to read, the books are also highly factual and support the school curriculum. In addition, the series effectively enables young people to acquire critical research skills through the use of important reference features. This book discusses the mass relocation of thousands of Japanese Americans during World War II, profiling individuals such as Daniel Inouye, Yoshiko Uchida, and George Takei. Reinforced binding. Includes a glossary, maps and photos.

The Publishers Trade List Annual

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Books In Print

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Lewis And Clark

Author: R. Conrad Stein
Editor: Childrens Press
ISBN: 9780516204611
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Describes the 1804-1806 Lewis and Clark Expedition, which took the explorers from St. Louis to the Pacific Ocean.

Ellis Island

Author: Judith Jango-Cohen
Editor: Childrens Press
ISBN: 9780531208335
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Presents the history of the Barge Office, Ellis Island's immigration station, which opened in 1900 and still stands today.

Cornerstones Of Religious Freedom In America

Author: Joseph Leon Blau
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