ADVENTURES FROM 1900–1920s
Choosing Your Way Through America's Past
- Ellis Island Decision (1905)—Should you make shirts in New York or wash dishes in Boston?
- Muckrakers Wanted (1905)—Rub elbows with the filthy rich, or with the filthy meatpackers?
- Getting the Vote (1914)—Encourage women to vote, or to bake chocolate cakes?
- A Fateful Voyage (1915)—Jump in the Lusitania’s first lifeboat, or wait for the second?
- Trench Warfare (1918)—Stay in the trench, or risk sentry duty?
This title is part of the series: CHOOSING YOUR WAY THROUGH AMERICA'S PAST
8½" x 11"
J. Weston Walch
Approximately 64 pages
Reading level: grade 5. Interest level: grades 5–12.