History of US Source and Index Book #11

History of US Source and Index Book #11

Publisher: Oxford University Press
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Documents that shaped the American Nation

This source & index book presents excerpts from many of the documents recommended on various state frameworks.  At the beginning of each selections there is a note on where you can find the document or topic discussed in the series, a headnote that provides background on the document and discusses why it is important, the text of the document, and definitions in the margins that will help readers understand unfamiliar word or unusual meanings as well as identifying historical figures mentioned.

The focus is on helping readers of all ages pull out a document's assumptions, uncover its meaning, and assess its historical significance.

There are 94 selections covering from the Magna Carta, the Articles of Confederation, the Homestead Act, and the Civil Rights Act, The Gettysburg Address and words from Lincoln's "House Divided," debate with Stephen Douglas, and Second Inaugural Address.

Book Title History of US Source and Index Book #11
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Documents that shaped the American Nation

This source & index book presents excerpts from many of the documents recommended on various state frameworks.  At the beginning of each selections there is a note on where you can find the document or topic discussed in the series, a headnote that provides background on the document and discusses why it is important, the text of the document, and definitions in the margins that will help readers understand unfamiliar word or unusual meanings as well as identifying historical figures mentioned.

The focus is on helping readers of all ages pull out a document's assumptions, uncover its meaning, and assess its historical significance.

There are 94 selections covering from the Magna Carta, the Articles of Confederation, the Homestead Act, and the Civil Rights Act, The Gettysburg Address and words from Lincoln's "House Divided," debate with Stephen Douglas, and Second Inaugural Address.