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Studies in world history. Volume I, Creation through the age of discovery (4004 BC to AD 1500)

Author: James P Stobaugh; Diana Bogartus
Publisher: Green Forest, Arkansas : Master Books, 2014. ©2014
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A complete year of junior high history that examines the world from creation, through the Fertile Crescent, Egypt, India, China, Japan, Greece, Christian history, and more! With this volume in hand, the student will see history come to life no matter what their pace or ability. This is a comprehensive examination of history, geography, religion, economics, and government systems. This educational program equips  Read more...
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Stobaugh, James.
Studies in world history. Volume I, Creation through the age of discovery (4004 BC to AD 1500).
Green Forest, Arkansas : Master Books, ©2014
284 pages
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James P Stobaugh; Diana Bogartus
ISBN: 9781614583882 1614583889
OCLC Number: 878140951
Notes: "Jr. High Student"--Cover.
Description: 1 online resource (284 pages) : illustrations
Contents: Cover; Copyright; Table of Contents; Preface; Using Your Student Textbook; 1. The Fertile Crescent: Nomads to Farmers; 2. A River Runs North: Nile; 3. God's Precious Treasure: Prospering in a Hostile Place; 4. Indus Valley: Religion and Culture are United; 5. Ancient China: Technology Triumphs; 6. Mongol Hordes: Nomads by Choice; 7. Early Japan: Identity Crisis; 8. Ancient Religion: To Tame the Savageness of Man ; 9. Greece: Made Gentle the Life of Man; 10. Greek Drama: Art is Life; 11. Alexander the Great: Descended from Hercules; 12. Roman Empire: The Bridge to Modern Times. 13. Christianity: The People of the Way14. Christianity: The World Turned Upside-Down; 15. Age of Augustine: The Church Prospers in a Hostile Culture; 16. African Kingdoms: Benign Neglect; 17. Ancient North America: Hunter-Gatherers; 18. Ancient South and Central America: The End of All Things; 19. Byzantium: Saints Standing in God's Holy Light; 20. Early Russia: A People Formed by Geography; 21. Eastern Europeans: A People Conflicted; 22. Fringe History; 23. Early Britain: Island Topography; 24. Islam: For Allah and Caliph; 25. Islam Spreads: The Sword of Allah. 26. Ancient Spain: Inferiority Complex27. The Middle Ages: A People Under Stress; 28. Life in the Middle Ages: Emotive Legends; 29. Life in the Middle Ages: Complexity; 30. Age of Charlemagne: A Man Creates an Era; 31. Church Life in the Middle Ages; 32. Medieval Saints: History Makers; 33. The Crusades: Changing World History; 34. 1492: The New World; Bibliography; Concept Words to Know.
Other Titles: Creation through the age of discovery (4004 BC to AD 1500)
Responsibility: Dr. James Stobaugh ; cover by Diana Bogartus.

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A complete year of junior high history that examines the world from creation, through the Fertile Crescent, Egypt, India, China, Japan, Greece, Christian history, and more! With this volume in hand, the student will see history come to life no matter what their pace or ability. This is a comprehensive examination of history, geography, religion, economics, and government systems. This educational program equips students to learn from a starting point of God's creation of the world and move forward with a solid biblically-based worldview.

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