Bring to life the people and places that influenced Alexander Hamilton and engage readers with intriguing primary sources! This informational text depicts in detail what life was like in bustling 18th century New York city, and examines how the city influenced Hamilton-and how Hamilton influenced the city. This nonfiction reader includes letters, photographs, newspaper articles, maps, and other primary sources that will captivate middle school students while building their critical-literacy skills. This book includes:
A must-read, this engaging book is sure to deepen students' understanding of social studies content and challenge them to analyze multiple perspectives through the use of primary source images, a primary source activity, and a document-based assessment.
Learn about women's fight for equality in this enthralling book that features highlights on some of the most well-known feminists and suffragists of all time, including Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Susan B. Anthony, and Lucretia Mott.
Meet some of the women from the 20th century who continue the legacy of breaking down barriers surrounding women's freedom!