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Crafted to meet Common Core critical thinking standards, this series focuses on turning points in U.S. history. Readers will explore the causes leading up to ...
Should the United States stay a small country or expand across the continent of North America? That was the question in 1804, when the United States had a ...
Many people traveled far to a new land in search of freedom. But years later, they were still ruled by a foreign power. How did the Declaration of Independence ...
The United States was in the middle of the Civil War when President Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation. What exactly did this document say? ...
Gold fever! Free land! A chance to start a new life! In the 1800s, many Americans heard the call of the West. But how did the mass movement start? And how ...
The United States won its independence from Great Britain in 1783, but that didn't mean the conflicts were over. By 1812, tensions between the two countries ...
Expand slavery or limit it? By 1818, the United States was deeply divided about what to do in Missouri, a territory that wanted to be a state. At issue was ...
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