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What was it like to be part of the American Revolution? Personal accounts, newspaper stories, and other primary sources give students an opportunity to see what it was like to live during this amazing time in history.
"The ability to make sense of and evaluate primary sources is an important one. These updates to a series that SLJ once called "strong options for those introducing the concept of primary source analysis" are ideal additions. . . .these offerings are sure to fit the bill for students doing research on U.S. history." - School Library Journal
February 1, 2016
Sarah Powers Webb is a teacher and freelance writer focusing on history. She obtained an M.A.T. degree in elementary education from Johns Hopkins University. Sarah spends her time between Maryland and Oklahoma with her husband and three dogs. In her spare time she pursues her own family history research. Follow along with her at www.sepowerswebb.com.
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