The Spanish-American War
Capstone, 2000 - 48 páginas
War. When? Where? Why? This series delivers an in-the-trenches perspective of U.S. wars studied in history classes. Each book summarizes the initial conflict, major battles, and final outcome while giving details about the daily lives of the soldiers who fought for their country. Easy-to-read text supported by vibrant illustrations, photographs, facts, and sidebars will lead even the most reluctant reader through the complicated reality of war. This series explores and supports the standards under "Era 3: Revolution and the New Nation," "Era 5: Civil War and Reconstruction," and "Era 7: The Emergence of Modern America," as required by the National Standards for History.
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