America At War In The 20th and 21st Centuries Projects describe causes, involvement, major
events, and conclusions of 20th and 21st century wars in which America fought – WWI; WWII; Korea; Vietnam;
Persian Gulf I; War With Yugoslavia; Afghanistan; and Persian Gulf II. Special sheets give expanded information about The Nazi Party; The Third Reich; The Holocaust; The United Nations; the former Yugoslavia; War and Terrorism; Iraq, and Afghanistan.
American Pioneers and Westward Expansion Projects teach about America’s westward migration.
Students study and trace clearly shown famous western routes including those of Lewis and Clark, Zebulon Pike,
the Mormons, Wagon Trains, Cattle Trails, and the Pony Express. Pioneer crafts and recipes are included.
Indians of North America Projects interestingly teach how Native Americans journeyed from
Russia to Alaska, and how they migrated throughout the Americas. Homes, clothing, food, and lifestyles
of North America’s six major Indian groups are described. Map shows locations of more than one hundred
tribes. Students learn how European settlement sadly changed Indian life. Directions for creating
Indian crafts and foods, as well as speaking in sign language are given.