A History of the United States
Pearson Prentice Hall, Aug 15, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1036 pages
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A History of the United States' well-told story and classroom-tested resources are designed to address your changing curriculum needs. Exceptionally written by distinguished author Dr. Daniel J. Boorstin, along with Brooks Mather Kelley, the program incorporates key themes that help students develop a sound understanding of American history. Masterfully Written
A Classic Telling of American History
A History of the United States' well-told story and expanded program are designed to address your changing curriculum and classroom needs while providing a conventional approach to the contents Distinguished Authorship
A Renowed Story Teller and Respected Historian
Dr. Boorstin--Librarian of Congress Emeritus, winner of the Bancrokt, Parkman, and Pulitzer prizes--tells the classic story of American history in a style that has engaged students for years and continues to captivate. Exclusive "Themes in History"
A Proven Approach to Content
Key themes that help students understand the sweep of American history are identified at the beginning of each unit, developed in the narrative, and reinforced in the Making Connections feature at the end of the unit.