Daily Life During the American Revolution

Daily Life During the American Revolution

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Baker & Taylor
Describes how civilians living in the thirteen colonies coped with life during the Revolutionary War, and describes the positive and negative effects of the war.

Gareth Stevens Pub
This comprehensive, eight-volume series tells the story of the founding of the United States and helps students understand that the American Revolution was more than just a series of battles—it was a revolution of ideas. Each title explains the important political, military, and social aspects of the Patriots' struggle for independence. Using quotations from primary sources and biographical focus boxes, this series presents the story of the American Revolution in clear, engaging text and gives students a deeper understanding of why the war was fought and how it was won. An ideal resource on a key curriculum topic.

Publisher: Milwaukee, WI : World Almanac Library, 2006
ISBN: 9780836859300
Characteristics: 48 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm


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