U.S. History to 1877

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U.S. History to 1877 is a one-year curriculum for high school that integrates U.S. history,government, English, and Bible (3 full-year credits). Throughout the year, students will develop a biblical worldview in their daily life, in areas such as history, economics, law, and science. This curriculum focuses on the time of early exploration to the Civil War and dives into the structures and functions of the U.S. Government through reading historical documents, political speeches, and literature written during that time period.

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Daily lesson plans are in an easy-to-use weekly chart format that lists each subject with the appropriate book titles and page numbers to complete each day.

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96302
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124.50
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Excerpts and analysis of early American literature.

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18312
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39.95
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ISBN: 9780789172310

Covering the period from 1527 to 1870, this volume presents excerpts of important early American literature. This parallel text edition with the original text on one side and a modern, easy-to-understand paraphrase and notes on the facing page will help your student to fully understand these classic works.

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18300
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Answer key for Early American Literature.

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18301
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Benjamin Franklin

ISBN: 9780486290737

Benjamin Franklin: statesman, author, inventor, printer, and scientist, comes alive in his own words. This autobiography reveals his extraordinary interests and experiences, making it a classic work by one the the Founding Fathers of America.

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18304
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ISBN: 9780486401584

From Anne Bradstreet to W.H. Auden, this volume collects a sampling of the most important poetry from U.S. history. Including well-known and lesser-known poems, this treasury will delight and educate the student in the nation's rich poetic heritage.

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18305
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Frederick Douglass

ISBN: 9780486284996

Join Frederick Douglass on his astounding journey from slave to abolitionist leader. Admired for his vivid descriptions and storytelling power, Douglass remains one of the most courageous advocates of civil rights in U.S. history.

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18308
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William Bradford

ISBN: 9780486452609

The most important account concerning the Pilgrims and Plymouth Colony. Bradford vividly documents the Pilgrim's adventures from Holland to the New World.

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18311
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Nathaniel Hawthorne, Mark Twain, Stephan Crane, Herman Melville

ISBN: 9780553213621

This collection contains The Scarlet Letter, Red Badge of Courage, Billy Budd, and The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. These four landmark novels have a deep and lasting influence on American literature.

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18313
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Wanda C. Phillips

ISBN: 9780936981611

This Teacher Edition contains the student text with answers in the back; no student workbook is needed.

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18330
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33.95
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ISBN: 9781628562071

Chapters 1-15 are studied in U.S. History to 1877 and the remainder of the text, chapters 16-27, is scheduled in U.S. History from 1877 to the Present.

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18700
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69.95
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ISBN: 9781628562248

Answers to the exercises in the United States History Student Activities book.

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18701
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ISBN: 9781628562231

Activities to accompany the United States History Student Text.

NOTE: This item accompanies the United States History Student Text, 5th edition and is not compatible with older editions.

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18702
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ISBN: 9781628562262

Tests to accompany the United States History Student Text.

NOTE: This item accompanies the United States History Student Text, 5th edition and is not compatible with older editions.

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18703
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ISBN: 9781628562279

Answers to the tests in the United States History Student Text.

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18704
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Timeline book to accompany the study of U.S. History to 1877.

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18707
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William C. Hendricks

ISBN: 9780880622929

Learn the universal foundations of constitutional government and the specific historical background of the United States government.

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18710
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Christian Overman

ISBN: 9780974342573

Examines the underlying assumptions of modern society by contrasting the worldviews of the Hebrews and the Greeks. Overman shows how to adopt a more biblical way of viewing society and life.

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18800
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David A. Noebel and Chuck Edwards

ISBN: 9780805438963

Student journal to accompany Thinking Like a Christian Teaching Textbook (18880).

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18802
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Gary Amos and Richard Gardiner

ISBN: 9780964210428

Examine the religious heritage of America.

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18803
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37.95
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Video portion of the course, Thinking Like a Christian.

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18804
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17.95
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NOTE: This item accompanies the United States History Student Text, 5th edition and is not compatible with older editions.

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18805
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Karl Graustein

ISBN: 9780875526119

Take ownership of your relationship with Christ.

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18806
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Ann Judson

ISBN: 978052344217

Join the exciting adventure of Ann and Adoniram Judson, one of the first overseas missionaries from America. Ann's story is a powerful testimony to the love, grace, and faithfulness of God.

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18807
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13.99
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This workbook will lead the student in developing Christ-like character.

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18808
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10.95
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David A. Noebel and Chuck Edwards

ISBN: 9780805438956

Learn how to view the world from a biblical perspective. This text will explain the Christian worldview and build students' confidence in articulating their beliefs.

MFW Exclusive Edition

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Irene Lape and Michael S. Gilleland

ISBN: 9781586093815

This study guide will help the student to better understand The Scarlet Letter. Focuses on vocabulary study and literary analysis.

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30071
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