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Provides teaching objectives, reference books, a list of related artifacts, images, and stories; bac..
In June 1783, three-year old Sarah Whitcher wanders into the woods and disappears. For three d..
First published in 1829, this is a guide for boys’ entertainment from the days before radio, movies,..
For each of three girls growing up in different periods of Vermont's history the cave serves as an i..
In the winter of 1609, with his people starving, the Innu Indian called Silent One must overcome his..
Travel back to 1862 with the Wheelers, an African-American family in New York City, and the Parkhurs..
This collection of materials about the Civil War is designed to help the student interpret the infor..
A conceptual framework for teachers to use in creating an interdisciplinary study of mills. A ..
Spend a year with the Mayhews, a family living in the Massachusetts colony in 1732. Share all the fu..
Eight -year old George Dewey spends the summer of 1846 on a Berlin farm that belongs to his aunt and..
A delightful picture book that takes a mother and daughter from feeding the sheep and shearing the w..
This richly illustrated book presents the daily experience of fort dwellers, from drilling and music..
Published in 1833, this book of entertainment for young girls is filled with marvelous and enjoyable..
This book is designed for school children who learn of a nearly forgotten time when hillside farms w..
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