Book with reproducible pages
Ten comprehension and thinking strategies applied to 45 short texts cover American history from 1600 to 1750. Topics include "First Encounters in the New World," "Colonial Life and Culture," and "Investigating History Through Archaeology." Among the primary sources cited are an account by Roger Williams regarding a "shelter for the poor and persecuted" he founded in Rhode Island, and pages from the journal of William Bradford describing experiences of the pilgrims.
This title is part of the series: SHORT NONFICTION FOR AMERICAN HISTORY
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