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Early United States: Harcourt Brace Social Studies

Edition:
Workbook
ISBN13:

9780153103087

ISBN10:
0153103086
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
6/1/1998
Publisher(s):
Houghton Mifflin Harcourt School

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Table of Contents

UNIT 1
Chapter 1
A Native American Belief
1(3)
How to Compare Map Projections
2(2)
Think Like an Archaeologist
4(2)
How to Identify Patterns on Time Lines
5(1)
Preserving Native American Artifacts
6(2)
The First Americans
7(1)
Chapter 2
Two Northwest Coast Indian Canoes
8(1)
Learning About Kachinas
9(1)
The Importance of the Buffalo
10(1)
Hiawatha & Longfellow Make History
11(2)
How to Identify Causes and Effects
12(1)
Unlocking the Mystery of Mayan Numbers
13(2)
Indians of North America
14(1)
UNIT 2
Chapter 3
A Viking Ship
15(1)
Marco Polo and the Riches of Asia
16(1)
The Log of Christopher Columbus
17(2)
How to Use Latitude and Longitude
18(1)
The Costs of Exploration
19(3)
How to Form a Logical Conclusion
20(1)
The Age of Exploration
21(1)
Chapter 4
A Day in Tenochtitlan
22(1)
Esteban in Time and Place
23(1)
Do You Speak Spanish?
24(2)
How to Use a Map to Show Movement
25(1)
Preparing Furs for Trade
26(1)
Harvest Festivals
27(3)
How to Read Parallel Time Lines
28(1)
Encounters in the Americas
29(1)
UNIT 3
Chapter 5
Comparing Spanish Missions
30(1)
A Taste of Louisiana
31(1)
The Routes of Three Colonists
32(1)
The Middle Colonies
33(1)
Comparing the Colonies
34(4)
How to Classify Information
36(1)
Europeans Settle Throughout North America
37(1)
Chapter 6
Having a Whale of a Time
38(2)
How to Read a Circle Graph
39(1)
Looking at Life in the Southern Colonies
40(1)
Tooling Around the Frontier
41(3)
How to Use a Product Map to Make Generalizations
42(1)
Life in the British Colonies
43(1)
UNIT 4
Chapter 7
Historical Events of the 1700s
44(2)
How to Use a Historical Map
45(1)
Understanding Proverbs in Poor Richard's Almanack
46(1)
Events Leading to Revolution
47(3)
How to Make Economic Choices
48(1)
Differences Divide Britain and Its Colonies
49(1)
Chapter 8
The Redcoats Are Coming!
50(2)
How to Read a Political Cartoon
51(1)
A Woman Printed the Declaration of Independence
52(2)
How to Learn from Pictures
53(1)
Americans Take Sides
54(1)
Characterize Patriots
55(1)
Which Event Happened First?
56(2)
The War for Independence
57(1)
UNIT 5
Chapter 9
Articles of Confederation
58(1)
Who Was There?
59(2)
How to Figure Travel Time and Distance
60(1)
Who Has the Power?
61(2)
How to Compromise to Resolve Conflicts
62(1)
Who Does What in the Government?
63(1)
Constitutional Footnotes
64(2)
The Constitution
65(1)
Chapter 10
The Maze of Ratification
66(1)
Counting the Amendments
67(1)
Who's in Office?
68(3)
How to Learn from a Document
69(1)
A New Government Begins
70(1)
UNIT 6
Chapter 11
Blazing a Trail West
71(1)
Follow Their Footsteps
72(1)
The Growth of Nationalism
73(2)
How to Predict a Likely Outcome
74(1)
The Flag Was Still There
75(2)
On the Move
76(1)
Chapter 12
Inventors and Their Inventions
77(1)
The Trail of Tears
78(1)
The Oregon Trail
79(2)
How to Use Relief and Elevation Maps
80(1)
Seneca Falls
81(4)
How to Use a Double-Bar Graph
82(2)
The Way West
84(1)
UNIT 7
Chapter 13
A Tale of Two Regions, 1860
85(2)
How to Use Graphs to Identify Trends
86(1)
The Life and Times of a Slave
87(1)
``Bleeding Kansas''
88(1)
Why Did South Carolina Secede?
89(3)
How to Make a Thoughtful Decision
90(1)
Background to the Conflict
91(1)
Chapter 14
The Bonnie Blue Flag
92(1)
The Emancipation Proclamation
93(1)
Civil War Horses
94(2)
How to Compare Maps with Different Scales
95(1)
It's in the Bag!
96(2)
Civil War and Reconstruction
97(1)
UNIT 8
Chapter 15
Famous Entrepreneurs
98(3)
How to Use a Time Zone Map
99(2)
Duke Ellington
101(1)
Organizing Resources
102(1)
School Days
103(3)
How to Solve a Problem
104(1)
A Changing America
105(1)
Chapter 16
Immigration
106(2)
How to Compare Information on Graphs
107(1)
An African American Portrait
108(1)
Sing About Civil Rights
109(2)
How to Act as a Responsible Citizen
110(1)
An American Song
111(1)
The Promise of America
112


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