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235910
Forgotten Facts About Life During The American Revolution [Historys Forgotten Facts]by Connors, Kathleen 

Paperback New title.(Enslow Publishers)

BTSB #: 235910 Temp OS

Dewey: 973.3/NAges: 7-10   


Summary: The patriots of the American Revolution are often depicted as fervent, heroic supporters of an independent nation. But did you know that many left the war because they needed to harvest their crops? Facts like these engage readers from the first page of this fun and fascinating volume.


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236007
Forgotten facts about life during the American Revolution [Historys Forgotten Facts]by Connors, Kathleen 

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BTSB #: 236007 Available

Dewey: 973.3/NAges: 7-10   


Subjects: United States - History|y1775-1783, Revolution


Summary: The patriots of the American Revolution are often depicted as fervent, heroic supporters of an independent nation. But did you know that many left the war because they needed to harvest their crops? Facts like these engage readers from the first page of this fun and fascinating volume.


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235911
Forgotten facts about life during the gold rush [Historys Forgotten Facts]by Connors, Kathleen 

Paperback New title.(Enslow, 2024)

BTSB #: 235911 Temp OS

Dewey: 979.404/NAges: 7-10   


Subjects: Gold mines and mining - California - History|y19th century Frontier and pioneer life - California California - Gold discoveries California - History|y1846-1850


Summary: The gold rush seems like a romantic time, full of everyday people following a dream to California and striking it rich. The reality was that most people lived in poor conditions, ate bad food, and found just about nothing. In this book, readers find out what life was like for the forty-niners and immigrants that headed to California to seek their fortune as well as the causes and effects of the gold rush.


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236010
Forgotten facts about life during the gold rush [Historys Forgotten Facts]by Connors, Kathleen 

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Dewey: 979.404/NAges: 7-10   


Subjects: Gold mines and mining - California - History|y19th century Frontier and pioneer life - California California - Gold discoveries California - History|y1846-1850


Summary: The gold rush seems like a romantic time, full of everyday people following a dream to California and striking it rich. The reality was that most people lived in poor conditions, ate bad food, and found just about nothing. In this book, readers find out what life was like for the forty-niners and immigrants that headed to California to seek their fortune as well as the causes and effects of the gold rush.


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236008
Forgotten facts about life in the American colonies [Historys Forgotten Facts]by Connors, Kathleen 

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BTSB #: 236008 Available

Dewey: 973.2/NAges: 7-10   


Subjects: United States - Social life and customs|yTo 1775 United States - HIstory|y1600-1775, Colonial period


Summary: Sometimes the life in colonial America can seem picturesque: no technology, close ties to the nearby community, and local, homemade food to nourish the whole family. However, when you look a bit closer, it's fascinating to see the funny and strange things colonists did and had to deal with, from colonial men paying for a wife to be brought to the colonies for him to the brand-new illnesses that killed many colonists.


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Forgotten Facts About Life In The American Colonies [Historys Forgotten Facts]by Connors, Kathleen 

Paperback New title.(Enslow Publishers)

BTSB #: 236029 Temp OS

Dewey: 973.2/NAges: 7-10   


Summary: Sometimes the life in colonial America can seem picturesque: no technology, close ties to the nearby community, and local, homemade food to nourish the whole family. However, when you look a bit closer, it's fascinating to see the funny and strange things colonists did and had to deal with, from colonial men paying for a wife to be brought to the colonies for him to the brand-new illnesses that killed many colonists.


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236011
Forgotten facts about life in the Wild West [Historys Forgotten Facts]by Connors, Kathleen 

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Dewey: 978.02/NAges: 7-10   


Subjects: Frontier and pioneer life - West (U.S.) Cowboys - West (U.S.) - History|y19th century West (U.S.) - Social conditions|y19th century


Summary: Movies have often shown the wide-open plains of the West, complete with cowboys silhouetted against the setting sun and dramatic gunfights in saloons. It's easy to think these images truly depict the freedom and beauty of the Wild West. But you'd be wrong! In fact, most cowboys didn't change their clothes much and had few gunfights! This volume invites readers to the gritty, real Wild West that had few upstanding lawmen, long work days, and fighting with Native groups.


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Forgotten Facts About Life In The Wild West [Historys Forgotten Facts]by Connors, Kathleen 

Paperback New title.(Enslow Publishers)

BTSB #: 236030 Temp OS

Dewey: 978.02/NAges: 7-10   


Summary: Movies have often shown the wide-open plains of the West, complete with cowboys silhouetted against the setting sun and dramatic gunfights in saloons. It's easy to think these images truly depict the freedom and beauty of the Wild West. But you'd be wrong! In fact, most cowboys didn't change their clothes much and had few gunfights! This volume invites readers to the gritty, real Wild West that had few upstanding lawmen, long work days, and fighting with Native groups.


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236013
Forgotten facts about life on a wagon train [Historys Forgotten Facts]by Connors, Kathleen 

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BTSB #: 236013 Available

Dewey: 978.02/NAges: 7-10   


Subjects: Overland journeys to the Pacific Wagon trains - West (U.S.) Frontier and pioneer life - West (U.S.) West (U.S.) - History|y19th century


Summary: Life on a wagon train was tough. Travelers wore through their shoes from so much walking. They left behind belongings along the trail when they could no longer carry them. Many didn't make it to their destination. This book engages readers with a familiar historical time period through surprising facts and more.


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Forgotten Facts About Life On A Wagon Train [Historys Forgotten Facts]by Connors, Kathleen 

Paperback New title.(Enslow Publishers)

BTSB #: 236028 Temp OS

Dewey: 978.02/NAges: 7-10   


Summary: Life on a wagon train was tough. Travelers wore through their shoes from so much walking. They left behind belongings along the trail when they could no longer carry them. Many didn't make it to their destination. This book engages readers with a familiar historical time period through surprising facts and more.


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236009
Forgotten Facts About Pioneer Life [Historys Forgotten Facts]by Connors, Kathleen 

Paperback New title.(Enslow Publishers)

BTSB #: 236009 Temp OS

Dewey: 978/NAges: 7-10   


Summary: Real pioneer life was no episode of Little House on the Prairie. There were dust storms, attacks by Native groups, and crops that just wouldn't grow. In fact, many pioneers didn't stay very long on the new frontier because it was so hard! In this fascinating volume, readers learn why Americans headed to the frontier, how they built their homes, what they ate, how they spent their free time, and even what they used for toilet paper and windows!


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236014
Forgotten facts about pioneer life [Historys Forgotten Facts]by Connors, Kathleen 

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BTSB #: 236014 Available

Dewey: 978/NAges: 7-10   


Subjects: Frontier and pioneer life - West (U.S.) West (U.S.) - Social life and customs|y19th century West (U.S.) - Social life and customs|y18th century


Summary: Real pioneer life was no episode of Little House on the Prairie. There were dust storms, attacks by Native groups, and crops that just wouldn't grow. In fact, many pioneers didn't stay very long on the new frontier because it was so hard! In this fascinating volume, readers learn why Americans headed to the frontier, how they built their homes, what they ate, how they spent their free time, and even what they used for toilet paper and windows!


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