Early Modern History 1800-1865

World and Early US History literature and books are always discounted at Schoolhouse Publishing!

Early Modern History is, to me, absolutely fascinating and exciting (probably my favorite historical time period). The story of western movement, covered wagons and the Oregon Trail, the Civil War, and emancipation!  History should be like a good movie - full of suspense and excitement, wonderful lessons learned, inspiring heroes, and pointing us back to God and His sovereignty.  It is, after all, His story.  Keep your homeschool history alive and exciting with living books, classics and literature from this time period.  Spark your homeschool students' love of history and build your homeschool library while enjoying Schoolhouse Publishing's low, low prices. 

Softcover, 224 pgs, 9780689839245

This biography of the author of the popular "Little House" books tells her family's real life on the American frontier, and of the events that surpassed the drama of her stories. 

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Softcover, 169 pgs, 9780915134403

See history come alive...learn of many hidden facts involving famous men and women from the pages of their diaries, letters to friends, books they wrote, etc. This story is about Robert E. Lee.

 

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Softcover, 152 pgs, 9780880620499

On a cold February day, Samuel was studying in his overcoat, rubbing his chilled fingers, when a loud knock at the front door startled him. His good friend Lowell Mason had come to remind Samuel of a promise. A New England pastor, he wrote the lyrics to "America, My Country 'Tis of Thee.

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Softcover, 400 pgs, 9780971412996

Story of the World, Volume 3, is written for kids in 3-6 grade, but have a wider appeal as a basic reader even for older students. Volume 3 covers early modern times from the "Elizabeth I to the 49ers." 

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Softcover, 32 pgs, 9780689825842

When De Witt Clinton, a young politician, first dreams of building a canal to connect the Hudson River with the Great Lakes, folks don't believe such a thing can be done. But eight long years after the first shovelful of earth is dug, Clinton realizes his vision at last. The longest uninterrupted canal in history has been built, and it is now possible to travel by water from the American prairie all the way to Europe!

 

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