America in the Time of Lewis and Clark: 1801 to 1850

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Children's Literature - Carolyn Dennette Michaels
"America in the Time of" is a series of books, arranged chronologically--since each book focuses on an important person, the time span of the titles overlap. If the series were available as a set on a school library reference shelf, this feature could improve the value of individual volumes. Other than some interesting graphic page layouts, there seems little to recommend this book as an individual volume. Its text seems stilted and too simple for the complexity of the material covered. Specific flaws include bookmaking that allows the book's gutter to swallow the central US in the "Historical Map of America," text that disposes of polygamy with "The Mormons were always forced to leave by neighbors who did not agree with their beliefs in sharing," and "Jefferson had nine children" in this day of DNA and its implications for Sally Hemming's descendents. Famous People of the Time, Important Dates and Events, a glossary, a list of related sites and fiction, and an index complete the volume.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781575727448
  • Publisher: Heinemann Library
  • Publication date: 8/28/1998
  • Series: America in the Time of... Series
  • Pages: 48
  • Age range: 9 - 12 Years
  • Product dimensions: 8.69 (w) x 11.25 (h) x 0.45 (d)

Table of Contents

About this Book 4
The United States of America--Map 4
Introduction 5
A New President 1801 to 1806 6
Lewis and Clark 1804 to 1806 8
Discoveries 1804 to 1806 10
The War of 1812 1806 to 1814 12
Factories 1801 to 1825 14
The Trail of Tears 1825 to 1839 16
The U.S. Army vs the Seminoles 1832 to 1842 18
Winning Land From Mexico 1830 to 1853 20
America Moves West 1830 to 1850 22
The Erie Canal 1825 to 1840 24
Moving Faster 1830 to 1850 26
Wealth from the Seas 1820 to 1850 28
The Big City 1830 to 1850 30
Life on a Wagon Train 1840 to 1850 32
Houses in the Great Plains 1830 to 1850 34
California Gold Rush 1848 to 1849 36
A Mining Town 1849 to 1850 38
Snapshot of America 1850s 40
Historical Map of America 42
Famous People of the Time 44
Important Dates and Events 44
Glossary 46
Historical Fiction to Read 47
Historic Sites to Visit 47
Index 47
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