Underground Railroad (Graphic History)
ean: 9781602703117, isbn: 1602703116,
United States, 1800s. Due to the need for manual labor, millions of African people were transported to and sold in the United States. These people were treated as property, and many felt this was wrong. These people helped thousands of slaves escape ...
The Battle of the Alamo (Graphic History) book & CD
ean: 9781602702257, isbn: 160270225X,
Texas, 1836. The Republic of Texas began the fight for independence in 1833. For several years, Texans fought the Mexican government for the right to rule itself. One of the historical battles was fought on March 6, 1836, at the Alamo, a crumbling fo...
The Boston Tea Party (Graphic History)
ean: 9781602703063, isbn: 160270306X,
Self-paced interactive CD discusses the event known as the Boston Tea Party, at which American colonists dumped English tea into the sea rather than pay taxes on it....
Miracle on Ice (Graphic History)
ean: 9781602702295, isbn: 1602702292,
New York, 1980. Though the world was in turmoil, the U.S. Olympic hockey team united Americans on February 22. The Soviet Union had dominated Olympic hockey and they were aggressively invading the Middle East. Many felt the Soviets were unstoppable. ...
Moon Landing (Graphic History)
ean: 9781602703391, isbn: 1602703396,
Moon, 1969. After World War II, tensions were high between the United States and the Soviet Union. Thus began the Cold War, and the battle to be the first to explore space. U.S. and Soviet astronauts were sent on several missions, but on July 16, 196...
The California Gold Rush (Graphic History)
ean: 9781602703070, isbn: 1602703078,
California, 1849. The Wild West became the destination for many Americans in 1849. Gold fever had struck when a gold nugget was discovered in the American River. Soon, people were coming from the East any way they could to cash in on the riches! Join...
The Bombing of Pearl Harbor (Graphic History (Graphic Planet))
ean: 9781602703056, isbn: 1602703051,
Hawaii, 1941. The United States was abruptly pushed into World War II on the sunny morning of December 7. The Japanese were angry at the American interference in the Pacific. So, they attempted to knock out the American fleet anchored in Pearl Harbor...