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A Primary Source History of the Colony of South Carolina by
Call Number: JUV F269.3 .H37 2006
A River Ran Wild by
Call Number: JUV F72.N37 C44 1992
An environmental history of the Nashua River, from its discovery by Indians through the polluting years of the Industrial Revolution to the ambitious clean-up that revitalized it.
An Illustrated History of Japan by
Call Number: JUV DS837.I45 N57 2005
Around the World in a Hundred Years by
Call Number: JUV G175 .F75 1994
Examines the great wave of European exploration during the fifteenth century which resulted in more accurate maps.
Charts and graphs : fun, facts, and activities by
Call Number: JUV QA90 .A76 1984
Explains how charts and graphs are used, with directions for drawing a giant pie graph, a block bar graph, a time line, a family tree, a calendar, and other projects.
Children from Australia to Zimbabwe by
Call Number: JUV GF48 .A45 1997
Text and photographs depict how children live in nations across the alphabet, from Australia to Zimbawe.
Cultures of the World by
Call Number: JUV CB429 .B7413 1999
Describes the surroundings, daily life, traditions, and customs of people living all around the world.
Explorers and Discoveries by
Call Number: JUV G200 .S22 1995 v.1
House : showing how people have lived throughout history with examples drawn from the lives of legendary men and women by
Call Number: JUV GT170 .L68 1998
Jesse Jackson : still fighting for the dream by
Call Number: JUV E185.97.J25 W48 1990
Follows the life and career of the black civil rights worker who has twice sought a presidential nomination and continues to work for more rights for his people.
Picture Atlas of the World by
Call Number: JUV G1021 .P65 1993
Maps of the different regions of the world show their geographic, cultural, and economic features. Includes text describing the individual countries
South Carolina by
Call Number: JUV F269.3 .S68 1997
South Carolina : the history of South Carolina Colony, 1670-1776 by
Call Number: JUV F272 .W63 2005
The Civil Rights Movement by
Call Number: JUV E185.61 .C612 2000
The Fifty States by
Call Number: JUV E156 .M423 1992
Discusses the geography, cities, agriculture, and people that make up the fifty states.
The History of South Carolina in the Building of the Nation by
Call Number: JUV F269.3 .H84 1991
[This text discusses] South Carolina's role in the building of the United States. -- A word to the student
The Kids' Multicultural Cookbook by
Call Number: JUV TX725.A1 C5758 2008
From Australia to the Americas, the author traveled the far corners of the globe to meet kids and share the delicious foods that they cook up in their kitchens. Try out these recipes and learn a little about children all over the world. All recipes include clear, step-by-step instructions and no-fuss ingredients available in most grocery stores.
The New York Public Library amazing African American history : a book of answers for kids by
Call Number: JUV E185 .P34 1998
Presents questions and answers relating to important periods in African American history including the Revolution, Civil War, Reconstruction, Migration, and the Civil Rights Movement.
The People Atlas by
Call Number: JUV GN333 .S84 1991
Text and map spreads explore the peoples of the world and their culture, continent by continent.
We were there, too! : young people in U.S. history by
Call Number: JUV E178.3 .H74 2001
Biographies of dozens of young people who made a mark in American history, including explorers, planters, spies, cowpunchers, sweatshop workers, and civil rights workers.
Wild Bill Hickok : legend of the Wild West by
Call Number: JUV F594.H62 P48 2004
Profiles the life and exploits of William Hickok, the legendary Western sharpshooter known as Wild Bill.
So Far from Home by
Call Number: JUV PZ7.D4135 So 1997
Publication Date: 1997-10-01
Critically acclaimed author Barry Denenberg turns a sharp eye on life for a young Irish immigrant at the Lowell Mill.
A Light in the Storm by
Call Number: JUV PZ7.H4364 Li 1999
Publication Date: 1999-09-01
In 1861, Amelia Martin's father is stripped of his post as a ship's captain when he is caught harboring the leader of a slave rebellion. Now he is an assistant lighthouse keeper on Fenwick Island, off the coast of Delaware-a state wedged between the North and the South, just as Amelia is wedged between her constantly arguing parents. Amelia's mother blames her abolitionist husband for their living conditions, which she claims are taking a toll on her health. As the Civil War rages on, Amelia slowly learns that she cannot stop the fighting, but by keeping watch in the lighthouse each day, lighting the lamps, cleaning the glass, and rescuing victims of Atlantic storms, she can make a difference.
The Winter of Red Snow by
Call Number: JUV PZ7.G8619 Wi 1996
Publication Date: 1996-09-01
Eleven-year-old Abigail presents a diary account of life in Valley Forge from December 1777 to July 1778 as General Washington prepares his troops to fight the British.
When Will This Cruel War Be Over? by
Call Number: JUV PZ7.D4135 Wh 1996
Publication Date: 1996-09-01
The peaceful Southern life that Emma Simpson and her family have always known is shattered when the Civil War begins. Emma's father and brother are called to battle, but her family believes the Confederacy will quickly win the War between the States. However, as the months drag on, the harsh realities of war set in: Supplies, medicine, food, firewood, and ink for Emma to use in her diary become increasingly scarce as troops from the North march deeper into the South. Finally, even Emma's home is commandeered by the Yankees. Though she faces many hardships and the horrors of death, Emma never loses hope, and, with a brave spirit, she comes to realize what things in life are most important.
A Journey to the New World by
Call Number: JUV PZ7.L3274 Jo 1996
Publication Date: 1996-09-01
A Pilgrim girl makes the dangerous journey on the Mayflower to a new world filled with promise and unexpected hardships.
A Wall of Names by
Call Number: JUV DS559.83.W18 D66 1991
Publication Date: 1991-03-20
Full-color & black-and-white photos. "The dream of Jan Scruggs, the man behind the movement to build the wall, and the fulfillment of that dream, is detailed up to the opening of the memorial. Designed for proficient independent readers, this book is honest and accurate. It is a sensitive statement about the price of war and the hope for peace, and will impart to young people the facts of this turbulent period in our history."--School Library Journal.