Karen Zeinert - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1998 - 128 pages
Outlines the rise of anti-communism in the United States beginning after World War I and culminating in the virulently anti-communist activities led by Senator Joe McCarthy in ...
Karen Zeinert - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2000 - 105 pages
In 1854, after the U.S. Congress created Kansas Territory, both pro- and anti-slavery settlers moved in in an attempt to decide whether Kansas would be a slave state or free ...
Karen Zeinert - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1994 - 112 pages
Describing the heroic efforts of the many women who served during the Second World War, a collection of personal accounts relates their participation in the military, medicine ...
Karen Zeinert - History - 1997 - 101 pages
Traces the 1839 revolt of Africans aboard the slave ship Amistad, their apprehension, and long trial which ended in their acquittal by the Supreme Court.
Michael Burgan - History - 2005 - 48 pages
Discusses the many important roles of women during the Revolutionary War, giving examples from both sides of homefront duties, military support, and political actions.
Mary Rodd Furbee - Juvenile Nonfiction - 1999 - 112 pages
Discusses the contributions of various women who helped the American colonies break free of British rule, including Abigail Adams, Peggy Arnold, Esther Reed, Deborah Sampson ...
Diane Smolinski - Juvenile Nonfiction - 2001 - 32 pages
Describes some of the important people of the Revolutionary War, including George Washington, Ethan Allen, Ann Bates, and Benjamin Franklin, and how they made a difference.