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The Articles of Confederation
ISBN: 9781403408006
Author: Price Hossell, Karen
Publisher: Heinemann Educational Books
Published: August 2003
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Binding Type: Hardcover
Annotation: This most important documents in world history were written by ordinary people with extraordinary ideas. Draw readers into this history with an in-depth study of each document, including the story of how it was written, what the language of the document means, the impact of the document, and the preservation of the document.
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Physical Information: 0.38" H x 10.10" L x 8.44" W 48 pages
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Reviewed by School Library Journal Reviews (SLJ Reviews 2004 May)
Gr 4-6-Carter begins by explaining the difference between primary and secondary sources. He then discusses the reasons the Pilgrims traveled to North America, why they decided to write this Compact, and who signed it, and offers brief biographical sketches of the people who played a significant part in maintaining the colony. Illustrations, maps, and reproductions of the document help focus students' attention on the information presented. An explanation of the Thanksgiving holiday, an interview with an archivist, and information on the living-history museum in Plymouth, MA, are also included. This volume is a reliable source for reports. Articles of Confederation also begins with an explanation of primary documents and concludes with a description of special preservation methods used when storing important documents and the duties of a preservationist. The rest of the book follows the same format as The Mayflower Compact. Average-quality titles for reports, where demand warrants.-Ann Joslin, formerly at Erie County Public Library, PA Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.