Millions of people visit Boston every year to see the famous places where history happened hundreds of years ago. In Boston, you can see most of the famous sites by walking a special path called the Freedom Trail. In this informational text, students will learn about all the special places they can visit. The history behind how and why the Freedom Trail was created, and the influential people who made it happen, photographs with captions, informational sidebars, and maps with keys of all the places you will want to stop along the way to appreciate this American symbol of freedom are just a page away! This title will allow students to describe the relationship between a series of historical events, scientific ideas or concepts, or steps in technical procedures in a text, using language that pertains to time, sequence, and cause/effect.
Explore the time of slavery in America through engaging text, detailed illustrations and photos of artifacts.
Learn background information about Arlington Naitonal Cemetary and the sacrifices of American fallen soldiers.
Detailed descriptions about the World War I Memorial explore basic history about this war.
Learn detailed information about the World War II Memorial and basic history about this war.
Learn detailed information about the Korean War Memorial and basic history about this war.
Detailed descriptions and photos of the USS Arizona Memorial help the reader to understand and appreciate the sacrifices of our American soldiers.