Making a New Nation Book Set
This series explores the growth and development of the United States, both in geographic and demographic terms. Coverage begins with the Native Americans prior to European contact and extends to the immigration and demographic issues of today. What did expansion mean to the people already living on the land? What was it like to be a pioneer in a new land? What were the consequences of growing the nation? All titles feature primary source materials and timelines with key dates. Guided reading level: Y. Reinforced library binding, 48 pages each. Set of 6 books.
Series titles include: Exploring the Americas; Colonial America; The Louisiana Purchase; Westward to the Pacific; A Changing Nation; and Modern Immigration and Expansion