Sitting Bull was a powerful Hunkpapa Lakota Indian Chief who, along with the Lakota Indians and other nearby tribes, was involved in brutal battles with the United States over land issues. All tribes that were fighting to avoid the reservation eventually surrendered, and the Lakota people were no exception.
Who were history's fiercest warriors? Who was voted "Best Team Player?" In the History's Yearbook series, readers will learn about the amazing and diverse women in history. In Girl Warriors, readers will discover and rediscover their favorite heroines and learn about top women warriors who have made an impact. Backmatter material includes writing prompts that encourage readers to think creatively and critically. Each book in this series is written at a higher maturity level using considerate text at a lower reading level in order to engage struggling readers. Series includes, a table of contents, educational sidebars, bibliography, glossary, index, and author biography.
Introduces readers to inspiring immigrants whose american military contributions made our country great. From Sweden's John Ericsson who was a naval engineer and inventor of the first armoured turret warship and screw propeller, to Russia's Igor Sikorsky who was an engineer and inventor known for crafting the first four-engine plane and the first working helicopter, each profile is presented in a clear, historical context with an emphasis on their legacies.
With primary source photos, infographics, timelines, charts and strongly controlled leveled text this title describes the heroic efforts of the African American soldiers known as Buffalo Soldiers who served on the Western frontier.
With primary source photos, infographics, timelines, charts and strongly controlled leveled text this title describes the heroic efforts of the African American pilots known as the Tuskegee Airmen who served during World War II.
With primary source photos, infographics, timelines, charts and strongly controlled leveled text this title describes the heroic efforts of the female pilots known as WASPs who served during World War II.
Describes the role of the African American pilots who trained at Alabama's Tuskegee Army Air Field to fight in World War II.