By Walter A. Hazen. Fascinating historical articles—four or five pages long, 11 in each book, and reproducible for easy distribution—summarize main points and deliver colorful, memorable details about major aspects of U.S. history. Following each illustrated article, three or four reproducible worksheets test comprehension and spark deeper engagement through creative writing, projects, research starters, critical thinking questions, what-if scenarios, and other activities. Topics: smoke signals, sign language, blazes on trees, alarm bells, and gun shots; newspapers, books, and magazines; mail service; telegraph and telephone; photography; radio; motion pictures; recording devices; television; computers; and other methods (fountain pens, typewriters, copy machines, and facsimile machines).Grades 4–8. Suggested readings. Answer keys. 8½" x 11". Good Year.
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