One Nation, Many Peoples: Immigration in the United States
The first-person accounts of an African slave captured in the 1700s, a 12-year-old girl from the Dominican Republic, and an 88-year-old woman whose family came from Eastern Europe are just a few of the things you'll find in this comprehensive resource book. One Nation, Many Peoples is filled with primary source documents - many of which can't be found anywhere else.
The book includes letters, first-person narratives, political cartoons, newspaper clippings, and other resources to bring the stories of immigrants from around the globe to life for your students. The book also includes hundreds of reproducible activities, project ideas, and report topics, as well as historical summaries of each period and group that is covered. A fascinating and unique teaching tool. Divided into the same eight regions as the poster set, America: A Nation of Immigrants.
|Subject||SOCIAL STUDIES, Immigration|
|Grade Range||5 and up|
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