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Missions and Presidios
ISBN: 9780516237084
Author: Bial, Raymond
Publisher: Children's Press(CT)
Published: September 2004
Retail: $29.00    OUR PRICE: $2.99
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Annotation: - Award-winning author-photographer
- Stunning original photographs of historical sites
- Engaging stories of the people who created the communities
- Map
- Places to visit
Grades K-4 National Social Studies Standards
- Time, Continuity, & Change: II
c. Compare and contrast different stories or accounts about past events, people, places, or situations, identifying how they contribute to our understanding of the past.
d. Identify and use various sources for reconstructing the past.
- Production, Distribution, & Consumption: VII
e. Describe how we depend upon workers with specialized jobs and the ways in which they contribute to the production and exchange of goods and services.
i. Use economic concepts such as supply, demand, and price to help explain events in the community and nation.
Additional Information
Physical Information: 0.33" H x 8.50" L x 9.56" W 48 pages
Bargain Category: Upper Elementary, History, Early Elementary
 
Descriptions, Reviews, Etc.
Reviewed by School Library Journal Reviews (SLJ Reviews 2005 January)
Gr 2-5-Bial looks at periods of American history through the lenses of four geographic- and period-specific types of communities. Each one is carefully placed within its greater historical context, then vibrantly depicted in its daily life and significant events. Solid information is packed into each volume. Cow Towns follows cattle trails and railroads that brought longhorns, cattlemen, prospectors, and townspeople together in a relatively brief season of glory days in the West. Settlements journeys into the wilderness along the Cumberland Trail with homesteaders carving out a life in the forests of the Midwest. Longhouses visits the tribes of the Iroquois Confederacy around the Great Lakes. Missions depicts life in California and the Southwest where Catholic priests converted Native Americans to Christianity. The writing is clear and heavy on facts, with ample back matter to facilitate reports. Full-color photographs of artifacts, restored objects, and sites and period reproductions and maps enhance the texts. While other books treat these topics with varying degrees of coverage and depth, Bial's depictions of daily life are especially strong and well developed in these handsome titles.-Joyce Adams Burner, Hillcrest Library, Prairie Village, KS Copyright 2004 Reed Business Information.