Charge ahead into the New World!
Embark on an odyssey of adventure and suspense with your children in this first year of a two-year tour through American History. You will use 18 literature-rich resources to journey from before the Spanish conquistadors arrived till the 1850's, just prior to the American War Between the States. Your journey will take you across an uncharted ocean in search of the New World. Along the way you'll encounter friendly and hostile Indians, Spanish conquerors, pirates, smugglers and great men of honor and courage. You'll fight alongside George Washington in the American Revolution and trek across to barren wasteland with explorers Lewis and Clark.
You will also...
- Learn about three amazing civilizations (the Incans, Aztecs and Mayans) that existed in the "New World" before the arrival of the first Europeans.
- Discover how God used an ancient legend and America's first missionary to save an entire people group in Burma.
- Sail with Christopher Columbus on his first journey of discovery to the New World.
- Find out how an unusual tribal law saved the first permanent English settlement in America and the life of Captain John Smith.
- And much more!
Along the way you'll be using best-of-the-best literature and other engaging resources as your personal travel guides. History & Geography 3 integrates the Read-Alouds 3, Readers 3 and History 3 programs to bring American history to life for your children.
History & Geography D - 4-Day
History & Geography D - 5-Day
The thrilling story of America's first foreign missionary, Adoniram Judson. In the face of incredible obstacles, Adoniram and his first wife Ann were the spark that spread the fire of the Gospel into...
The background and story of Paul Revere's famous ride, told by a master story-teller.
A groundbreaking guide to American history, this reference book explains events, moments, trends, patterns and people in concise articles designed to appeal to children ages 8 and up. Features more th...
Tells America's story during its first fifty years as a nation. These were the days of Benjamin Franklin and Daniel Boone, Francis Asbury and Charles Finney, Andrew Jackson and Sam Houston. During the...
A detailed study of the United States Constitution.
5th Edition ©2002
Fascinating account of three major civilizations that existed in the "New World" before Europeans arrived.
Profusely illustrated introduction to a broad range of North American Indian peoples.
A fictional account of Christopher Columbus' first voyage.
Required Resource for Core E. A fascinating introduction to American culture as it has shaped and been shaped by events over the past 350 years.
A fascinating introduction to American culture as it has shaped and been shaped by events from the Pilgrims to the mid-1800s. Written by the former Librarian of Congress. NEW full-color edition, compl...
A highly readable account of the quintessentially American adventure of discovery and hardship as Meriwether Lewis and William Clark led their men on an exploration of "the interior parts of North Ame...
A history of how God worked through the founders of America to establish this nation. From European explorers' first sighting of land to the devout Pilgrims and Puritans to the Revolutionary War, it w...
Newbery Award-winning author tells the story of the man whose inventive genius made cotton king in America as well as the rest of the world.
A Young Nation Solves Its Problems
This book covers, along with The Story of the USA Book 1, early American history from the pre-Columbian civilizations through the American War Between the States.
Long before Columbus landed in America, hundreds of groups of people had already made their homes here. But where did they live? What did they eat? How did they have fun? And where are they today? Fro...
Early Explorers through 1850s
Created exclusively for Sonlight by Homeschool in the Woods.
Breezy biography by award-winning author gives insights into Franklin's intriguing life and personality.
A first-person journal account of what it was like at Valley Forge in the winter of 1777-78.