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The Life of Christopher Columbus Books 1 to 4

Author : Washington Irving
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This Is A New Release Of The Original 1828 Edition.

A History of the Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus

Author : Washington Irving
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The Life and Voyages of Christopher Columbus

Author : Washington Irving
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Story of the World History for the Classical Child

Author : Susan Wise Bauer
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This comprehensive, 8.5" x 11" curriculum guide and activity book contains map activities, coloring pages, games, projects, review questions, cross-references to illustrated encyclopedias, and extensive book lists. Children and parents love the activities, ranging from cooking projects to crafts, board games to science experiments, and puzzles to projects. Each Activity Book provides a full year of history study when combined with the Textbook, Audiobook, and Tests—each available separately to accompany each volume of Activity Book.

The Four Voyages of Christopher Columbus

Author : J. Cohen
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Columbus' letters and other documents record his journeys to America

Christopher Columbus

Author : Lola M. Schaefer
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Simple text and photographs introduce the life of the Italian explorer who sailed to America in 1492.

Christopher Columbus

Author : Gianni Granzotto
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Recounts the life of the man behind the legend.

Learning to Curse

Author : Stephen Greenblatt
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Stephen Greenblatt argued in these celebrated essays that the art of the Renaissance could only be understood in the context of the society from which it sprang. His approach - 'New Historicism' - drew from history, anthropology, Marxist theory, post-structuralism, and psychoanalysis and in the process, blew apart the academic boundaries insulating literature from the world around it. Learning to Curse charts the evolution of that approach and provides a vivid and compelling exploration of a complex and contradictory epoch.

Standards Based Comprehension Strategies and Skills Guide

Author : Christine Dugan
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This series ensures that students learn necessary reading skills by offering a variety of texts combined with targeted lessons to practice and reinforce comprehension and fluency. The fiction and nonfiction passages prepare students for the type of reading found on most standardized tests.

Literature Connections to American History 7 12

Author : Lynda G. Adamson
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Lists titles categorized by time periods and includes an annotated bibliography divided by format type

A Furious Sky The Five Hundred Year History of America s Hurricanes

Author : Eric Jay Dolin
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Washington Post • 50 Notable Works of Nonfiction in 2020 Finalist • Kirkus Prize for Nonfiction Kirkus Reviews • Best Nonfiction Books of 2020 Library Journal • Best Science & Technology Books of 2020 Booklist • 10 Top Sci-Tech Books of 2020 New York Times Book Review • Editor's Choice With A Furious Sky, best-selling author Eric Jay Dolin tells the history of America itself through its five-hundred-year battle with the fury of hurricanes. In this “compelling” chronicle (New York Times Book Review), Eric Jay Dolin tells the history of America through its battles with hurricanes.Weaving together tales of tragedy and folly, of heroism and scientific progress, best-selling author Eric Jay Dolin shows how hurricanes have time and again determined the course of American history, from the nameless storms that threatened the New World voyages to our own era of global warming and megastorms. Along the way, Dolin introduces a rich cast of unlikely heroes, and forces us to reckon with the reality that future storms will likely be worse, unless we reimagine our relationship with the planet.

Christopher Columbus Explorer and Colonist

Author : Stephen Krensky
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Independent readers can learn about Columbus's fateful voyage in this dramatic, easy-to-read account of a pivotal moment in American history.

The Middle Ages

Author : S. Wise Bauer
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This comprehensive activity book and curriculum guide contains all you need to make history come alive for your child! Don't just read about historyexperience it! Colro a picture of a Viking warrior, make an edible oasis, create a Moorish ruler's turban and Aztec jewelry and more. Designed to turn the accompanying book The Story of the World: Volume 2: The Middle Ages into a complete history program, this Activity Book provides you with comprehension questions and answers, sample narrations, maps and geography activities, coloring pages, lists of additional readings in history and literature, and plenty of simple, hands-on activities all designed for grades 1-4.

Christopher Columbus

Author : Susan Bivin Aller
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Introduces the life of explorer Christopher Columbus, the first man known to cross the Atlantic Ocean, and discusses what he found when he reached the islands now known as the West Indies.

George Washington on Coins and Currency

Author : Heinz Tschachler
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George Washington is the most popular subject on coins, medals, tokens, paper money and postage stamps in America. Attempts to eliminate one-dollar bills from circulation, replacing them with coins, have been unsuccessful. Americans' reluctance to part with their "Georges" are beyond rational considerations but tap into deep-felt emotions. To discard one-dollar bills means discarding the metaphorical Father of His Country. Alexander Hamilton, the nation's first Secretary of the Treasury, said that monetary tokens were "vehicles of useful impressions." This numismatic history of George Washington traces the persistence of his image on American currency. These images are mostly from the late 18th-century. This book also offers a close look at the pictorial tradition in which these images are rooted.

Christopher Columbus and the Age of Exploration for Kids

Author : Ronald A. Reis
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While all kids know something about Christopher Columbus, few know the full story of this amazing, resourceful, and tragic man of history. Christopher Columbus and the Age of Exploration for Kids takes a comprehensive, nuanced, and inclusive approach to Columbus, placing him in the context of the explorations that came before, during, and after his lifetime and portraying the “Admiral of the Ocean Seas” neither as hero nor heel but as a flawed and complex man whose significance is undeniably monumental. Providing kids, parents, and teachers with a fuller picture of the seafaring life and the dangers and thrills of exploration, the book details all four of Columbus’s voyages to the New World, not just his first, and describes the year that Columbus spent stranded on the island of Jamaica without hope of rescue. A full chapter is devoted to painting a more complex portrait of the indigenous peoples of the New World and another to the consequences of Columbus’s voyages—the exchange of diseases, ideas, crops, and populations between the New World and the Old. Engaging crosscurricular activities such as taking nautical measurements, simulating a hurricane, making an ancient globe, and conducting silent trade elucidate both nautical concepts introduced and the times in which Columbus lived. Ronald Reis is the technology department chair at Los Angeles Valley College and the award-winning author of sixteen nonfiction books for young adults on subjects as varied as African Americans and the Civil War and Simón Bolívar.

Columbus

Author : Stephen Feinstein
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"Examines the life of Italian explorer Christopher Columbus, including his birth and early sea voyages, his famed discovery of the New World, and his legacy in American history"--Provided by publisher.

Christopher Columbus

Author : Janet Benge
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Christopher Columbus: Across the Ocean describes the life and times of Master Navigator Christopher Columbus as he daringly set sail west from Europe, confident he would reach the Indies. Columbus never realized that his voyages across the Atlantic Ocean would be recognized as a major turning point in world history.

Catalogue of the Free Public Library Sydney for the Years 1869 87

Author : Public Library of New South Wales
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How Books Came to America

Author : John Hruschka
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Anyone who pays attention to the popular press knows that the new media will soon make books obsolete. But predicting the imminent demise of the book is nothing new. At the beginning of the twentieth century, for example, some critics predicted that the electro-mechanical phonograph would soon make books obsolete. Still, despite the challenges of a century and a half of new media, books remain popular, with Americans purchasing more than eight million books each day. In How Books Came to America, John Hruschka traces the development of the American book trade from the moment of European contact with the Americas, through the growth of regional book trades in the early English colonial cities, to the more or less unified national book trade that emerged after the American Civil War and flourished in the twentieth century. He examines the variety of technological, historical, cultural, political, and personal forces that shaped the American book trade, paying particular attention to the contributions of the German bookseller Frederick Leypoldt and his journal, Publishers Weekly. Unlike many studies of the book business, How Books Came to America is more concerned with business than it is with books. Its focus is on how books are manufactured and sold, rather than how they are written and read. It is, nevertheless, the story of the people who created and influenced the book business in the colonies and the United States. Famous names in the American book trade—Benjamin Franklin, Robert Hoe, the Harpers, Henry Holt, and Melvil Dewey—are joined by more obscure names like Joseph Glover, Conrad Beissel, and the aforementioned Frederick Leypoldt. Together, they made the American book trade the unique commercial institution it is today.