A Child's Story of America

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Christian Liberty Press, 1998 - Juvenile Fiction - 208 pages
Students are given a comprehensive overview of U.S. history from Columbus to the present. Review questions are included throughout, as well as helpful maps. The text contains numerous pictures and large print. Grade 4.
 

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After a diligent search for an appropriate American history text for one of our sons, I came across A Child's Story of America. I saw both the positive and negative aspects of the book that have been ... Read full review

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I'm a student who liked this book. It's a big change from what my Public School teacher used to say about Republicans. I like it because now I understand why my parents are both Republicans. It is nice to see some people have different views. I also like home school. Read full review

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Contents

Columbus The Great Sailor
1
Three Great Discoverers
9
Heroic English Settlers
15
More Settlers Come to America
23
The Colonies of the South
29
The Story of the Native Americans
35
Royal Governors Loyal Captains
43
Old Times in the Colonies
49
The End of a Noble Life
105
The New Nation Begins to Grow
109
The War of 1812
117
The Lone Star Republic
123
The War Between the States
129
War on Sea and Land
139
The Wealth of Peace
145
How the 19th Century Ended
153

Jonathan Edwards Town Crier for God
55
A Hero of the Colonies
61
The French and Indian War
67
The Colonies Want Independence
73
Fighting for Freedom
81
John Paul Jones the Naval Hero
87
The Swamp Fox and the Gene
93
The Voyage of Our Grand Republic
99
The Wars from World Freedom
161
Two Decades of Change
173
Americas Recent Past
179
The American System
189
Calling America Back to God
195
Epilogue
199
Index
201
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