All About America - Set of 3

All About America - Set of 3
    Please note: All of these books reference "millions of years ago."
    Code: ALLAB203EE
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    Format: Paperback
    Publisher: Kingfisher
    Series: All About America
    Ages: 7 to 12
    Size: 8¼ X 10½
    Total Pages: 32 pages per book
    For Grades: 1 to 6
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    Be a part of history in action—and witness the epic events that shaped the United States of America. Each book in the All About America series features detailed reconstructions and original artwork from the period, letting you live the thrilling history of our burgeoning nation.

    Inside- Explorers, Trappers, and Pioneers

    Titles include:

    Colonists and Independence

    Please note: Page 5 states that the Powhatan Indian tribe lived on the land for more than 10,000 years.

    Colonist and Independence explores the formation of the United States from the beginning. Arrive with the first European settlers, watch the colonies grow, witness the rumblings of revolution, and step onto the bloody battlefields that would give birth to the United States of America.

    Explorers, Trappers, and Pioneers

    Please note: Page 27 states that the river cut out the canyons as the land rose over millions of years.

    Explorers, Trappers, and Pioneers takes you along on their adventures—sailing the seas, fighting over the continent's riches, and looking for a waterway to the Pacific. Then journey with Lewis and Clark as they explore the West for the United States, and experience the life of a rugged mountain man, blazing a trail for thousands of settlers to follow.

    Gold Rush and Riches

    Please note: Page 14 states that the mountains had eroded over millions of years.

    Gold Rush and Riches takes you to the goldfields to witness the forty-niners at work. See the tools they used, the boom towns they built, and the legacy they left behind when the gold ran out.