Land, People, Nation: Level 1

Land, People, Nation: Level 1 : A History of the United States

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Based on the CALLA model, the Land, People, Nation series is an effective tool for students to acquire English and academic content simultaneously. It also serves as a valuable alternative for students experiencing difficulty with a basal social studies more

Product details

  • Paperback | 160 pages
  • 208.3 x 271.8 x 7.6mm | 317.52g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • Revised
  • 2nd Revised edition
  • 0130425605
  • 9780130425607

Table of contents

Unit 1: The Earliest Americans The First to Come to the Americas The Polar Regions The Inuit Moctezuma Meets Cortes The Iroquois and the Anasazi Unit 2: Explorers and Explorations Why People Explore Christopher Columbus The Wet Tropical Regions Estevan European Explorers in North America The Northern Forest Regions Unit 3: From Colonies to Nation Spanish Colonies The First English Colonies Daily Life Massasoit Anne Hutchinson and the Puritans The Mid-Latitude Forest Regions The French and Dutch in North America The Thirteen English Colonies The French and Indian War Benjamin Franklin The Colonists Begin to Protest The War for Independence Begins The Colonies Declare Independence A Great American Leader [George Washington] The U.S. Constitution The Three Branches of Government Unit 4: The Nation Grows Moving West A Great Explorer [Daniel Boone] The United States Acquires New Territories Land by Purchase and Treaty Writer, Thinker, President [Thomas Jefferson] The Journey of Lewis and Clark The Highland Regions Madison and the War of 1812 The Monroe Doctrine Settling the West The Mediterranean Regions A Strong Leader [Andrew Jackson] Native Americans Lose Their Homelands Important Native Americans At War with Mexico Ten Presidents: 1801-1850 Unit 5: The Civil War and Reconstruction The South and the North Slaves and Slavery Free States and Slave States Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad John Brown The Nation Falls Apart A Nation Divided A Man for the Common People [Abraham Lincoln] Four Important Americans Putting the Nation Back Together The Life of Free Blacks African Americans after the civil War Women in the United States Six Presidents: 1850-1875 Glossary Standards and Learning Strategies Websitesshow more