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Science in King Tut's tomb [Science of history]by Enz, Tammy 

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Dewey: 932/NAges: 7-11   


Subjects: Tutankhamen, - King of Egypt - Tomb Kings and rulers Pyramids - Egypt Technology - Egypt - History Egypt - History


Summary: One of the most well-known pharaohs from ancient Egypt was King Tut. Find out how the Egyptian pyramids were engineered. Learn about the science behind King Tut's mummy. And discover how modern technology helps us learn more about King Tut's life and death.


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Science on Shackleton's expedition [Science of history]by Enz, Tammy 

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Subjects: Shackleton, Ernest Henry, - Sir,|d1874-1922 Endurance (Ship) Imperial Trans-Antarctic Expedition|d(1914-1917) Scientific expeditions - Antarctica - History|y20th century Explorers Voyages and travels Survival skills Rescue work Antarctica - Exploration - British


Summary: Sir Ernest Henry Shackleton led an expedition across Antarctica in 1914. Learn how weather patterns affected the explorer in Antarctica. Find out the science behind Shackleton's ship, The Endurance, and discover how modern technology is being used to find out even more about this adventure more than 100 years later.


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Science on the Mayflower [Science of history]by Enz, Tammy 

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Subjects: Mayflower (Ship) Pilgrims (New Plymouth Colony) Shipbuilding - History Ocean travel - History Agriculture - Massachusetts - History Human settlements - Massachusetts - History Diseases - Massachusetts - History Massachusetts - History|yNew Plymouth, 1620-1691


Summary: You may have heard of the Mayflower and how the ship carried the pilgrims across the sea. But did you know that science played a big role in their voyage? Learn how science helped the Pilgrims make the journey across the ocean and build a new home for themselves in the New World.


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Science on the Oregon Trail [Science of history]by Enz, Tammy 

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Subjects: Transportation engineering - West (U.S.) - History|y19th century Frontier and pioneer life - West (U.S.) - History|y19th century Overland journeys to the Pacific - History|y19th century Oregon National Historic Trail - History|y19th century


Summary: You may have heard of the Oregon Trail. In the 1840s, more than 5,000 people traveled the Oregon Trail, hoping for a better life. But did you know that science played a big role in this epic journey? Learn how covered wagons were engineered. Find out how food was preserved and diseases were treated along the trail. And discover how modern technology is helping us learn even more about this time in history.


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