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Explore the myths and legends associated with well known U.S. monuments. Facts about the design, construction, location, and events surroundinge each monument will give readers an eyewitness account into United States history. Engaging text, fascinating infographics, historic photos, and informative sidebars and fact boxes align with Common Core and history standards to enhance students reading experiences.
A fight to the last man. A cry of, Remember the Alamo! This national symbol of sacrifice and freedom is what most readers know about the Battle of the Alamo.
Abraham Lincoln gazes across the Washington Mall, his stone eyes all seeing. A grand memorial commemorating this much loved president is well known but do you ...
A stone shrine shrouded in the Black Hills of South Dakota, Mount Rushmore is a symbol of democracy and freedom. Infographics, fact boxes, sidebars, and ...
The Washington Monument is the tallest and most famous tribute to our nation’s capitol. But do you know the real history behind the monument? Historic, primary ...
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