A 1908 teaching guide to lessons about Early America.
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“We, the primeval forest felling; Wew, the rivers stemming; vexing we, and piercing deep the mines within; We, the surface broad surveying, we the virgin soil upheaving; Pioneers – O Pioneers.” [pg. 4].
This fun little instructional book was authored by Katharine R. Crowell and published in New York by The Willett Press in 1908. Its approximately 100 pages provide a succinct juvenile educational lesson on the important role played by pioneers in American history.
Brief descriptions of each period of development are accompanied by a Leader’s Supplement that includes sample questions, practice exercises, recitations, and more. The book also includes a series of folding pictorial frontispieces that, when turned, highlight the growth of the nation.
Publication Date: 1908
Author: Katharine R. Crowell
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Condition Description: 89 pp. + 6 blank pages of Leader Notes, bound in original green cloth covered boards. Includes an ingenious set of folding frontispieces. Contents are generally very good, though a few pages have tears repaired with old cellophane.
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