Land, People, Nation 1

Land, People, Nation 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 text.
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Product details

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

Table of contents

Unit 1: The Earliest Americans The First to Come to the AmericasThe Polar RegionsThe InuitMoctezuma Meets CortesThe Iroquois and the Anasazi Unit 2: Explorers and Explorations Why People ExploreChristopher ColumbusThe Wet Tropical RegionsEstevanEuropean Explorers in North AmericaThe Northern Forest Regions Unit 3: From Colonies to Nation Spanish ColoniesThe First English ColoniesDaily LifeMassasoitAnne Hutchinson and the PuritansThe Mid-Latitude Forest RegionsThe French and Dutch in North AmericaThe Thirteen English ColoniesThe French and Indian WarBenjamin FranklinThe Colonists Begin to ProtestThe War for Independence BeginsThe Colonies Declare IndependenceA Great American Leader [George Washington]The U.S. ConstitutionThe Three Branches of Government Unit 4: The Nation Grows Moving WestA Great Explorer [Daniel Boone]The United States Acquires New TerritoriesLand by Purchase and TreatyWriter, Thinker, President [Thomas Jefferson]The Journey of Lewis and ClarkThe Highland RegionsMadison and the War of 1812The Monroe DoctrineSettling the WestThe Mediterranean RegionsA Strong Leader [Andrew Jackson]Native Americans Lose Their HomelandsImportant Native AmericansAt War with MexicoTen Presidents: 1801-1850 Unit 5: The Civil War and Reconstruction The South and the NorthSlaves and SlaveryFree States and Slave StatesHarriet Tubman and the Underground RailroadJohn BrownThe Nation Falls ApartA Nation DividedA Man for the Common People [Abraham Lincoln]Four Important AmericansPutting the Nation Back TogetherThe Life of Free BlacksAfrican Americans after the civil WarWomen in the United StatesSix Presidents: 1850-1875 GlossaryStandards and Learning StrategiesWebsites
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