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Through primary sources, young readers find out what it was really like to live during important moments in our nation's history. They will hear the stories behind some of America's most treasured symbols. Includes multiple age-appropriate primary sources, engaging text supported by Smithsonian experts, fun facts, sidebars, charts, and timelines.
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The Declaration of Independence has represented American freedom since Thomas Jefferson wrote it more than 200 years ago. Using primary sources, young readers ...
The Liberty Bell has been a symbol of basic American rights since before the Revolutionary War. It has remained a treasured symbol, prominently used during the ...
The Pledge of Allegiance was first written more than two hundred years ago to celebrate Columbus Day. Since then, it has grown into a treasured American ...
Francis Scott Key wrote the poem that became our country's national anthem in celebration of America's surprise victory over Britain in the War of 1812. It was ...
The French came up with the idea of The Statue of Liberty but, in the end, it was paid for by both the Americans and the French. Its torch and the Emma Lazarus ...
The U.S. Capitol represents our nation's government and its laws. Using primary sources, young readers hear the story behind this American symbol from the ...
The U.S. constitution was signed over two hundred years ago, and it still protects American citizens today. Using primary sources, young readers hear the story ...
The U.S. flag has stood as a symbol of freedom since America was founded. Using primary sources, young readers hear the story behind this treasured symbol from ...
The White House has stood as a symbol for America and the U.S. presidency since President John Adams walked through its doors in 1800. Using primary sources, ...
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