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The Americans.

Author: Gerald A Danzer; McDougal Littell.
Publisher: Evanston, IL : McDougal Littell, ©2009.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Explores the story of United States history, weaving the reflections of people who experienced history firsthand throughout the narrative. Lessons make history human and relevant to students' everyday lives, helping them realize the richness of our nation's history. Inspiring accounts make history come alive as students examine daily life in different eras and discover how the past has influenced the present.
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gerald A Danzer; McDougal Littell.
ISBN: 0618916296 9780618916290 0618943773 9780618943777
OCLC Number: 303518509
Notes: Written by Gerald A. Danzler ... et al.
Includes index.
Description: volumes : illustrations (chiefly color), color maps ; 29 cm
Contents: 1. Student text --
2. Teacher's edition --
3. Document-based questions: strategies and practice: high school --
4. African-American biographies --
5. Hispanic-American biographies --
6. Native American biographies --
7. Readiing toolkit for social studies.

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Explores the story of United States history, weaving the reflections of people who experienced history firsthand throughout the narrative. Lessons make history human and relevant to students' everyday lives, helping them realize the richness of our nation's history. Inspiring accounts make history come alive as students examine daily life in different eras and discover how the past has influenced the present.

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