Ages 8 and older
Independence Hall was the site for so many important occasions in the history of our country and the Liberty Bell has an amazing story of it's own.
Robert E. Lee first fought in the Mexican War. He was then made Superintendent of Westpoint Military Academy. When trouble started brewing between the North and the South, he refused a position offered him by Abraham Lincoln to support his own state of Virginia. Learn of his exploits and brilliant command of the Confederate troops during the War between...
The adventures of Daniel Boone as he battled Indians, wild beasts, and wild country as he sought to make a home for his family and others in the wilderness that became Kentucky.
Find out how what life was like in the days of the pioneers and how travel by stagecoach changed their lives. Listen as they describe what it was like to ride by stagecoach.
Eli Whitney had the reputation for being able to make anything. Find out how he helped the men in the South by inventing a machine.
When the Moore family moved to Ohio in the early 1800's, they faced many hardships. They built a log cabin, hunted for food and game and planted crops. Then their lives were in danger from some Indians. The boys suddenly had an idea. Would it work?
Cyrus Field sat wondering if the ocean bottom could support an electric cable. What if messages could be sent overseas. He called upon his friend Peter Cooper and wrote to Samuel F.B. Morse. Just maybe.....
Captain John Smith joined the expedition of the London Company in 1605 and founded the colony of Jamestown despite many trians. When captured by the Indians, Pocohontas pleaded for his life to be spared. He established a friendship with the Indians and in many ways his captivity proved a blessing to his settlement.
This is the story of Gunnar Kaasan and his famous sled-dog, Balto who saved the lives of many people in Anchorage Alaska when dipthereia broke out.
This is our unlaminated version. Quantities limited.
Provide your 4th grader a thorough understanding of the foundations of American independence and government! New student text by Rick and Marilyn Boyer. Can be used for 4- 6th graders.
Treasured Family Recipes of Marilyn Boyer
Newly revised with an 8-page, full-color section showing projects!
Third book in the Dave Dawson series!
Each set includes 80 verses. Each verse is preceded by an simple application.
Fascinating Story of Betsy Ross
Incredible story of a man who was a flying ace in World War I and World War II
An amazing World War II story. What forgiveness!
Another great audio book in the Boys of Liberty series. Don't miss this one!
The many adventures of Captain John Smith
Another exciting World War II adventure with Dave Dawson and Freddy Farmer
Let Uncle Rick read your kids to sleep! Uncle Rick reads to kids from the Proverbs, Psalms, and the Book of Matthew. The set also includes Uncle Rick Tells Bible Stories Volume 1 and 2 from the Old Testament. This is 16 hours` worth of Bible reading with Uncle Rick`s commentary to explain difficult words and make personal application.
A compelling three hour audio presentation
Fun for the whole family!
Don`t settle for Disney`s version...Read the real story of the Robinson family, who were Christians by the way!
This is an account in the form of a play written by a soldier in the Continental Army to honor the men who fought and was presented to Roger Sherman for use in seminaries during the time of the Revolution.
Great story of boy who lived during the American Revolution.
.We love to have our kids read original source manuscripts and this is one of those precious collections.
Written 1898 to portray the admirable character of John Quincy Adams
The Author wrote this history with the purpose of communicating to young people the moral and material forces which have made this nation great!
Read about the character and life of Daniel Boone!
This is a biography of Daniel Webster, one of the greatest orators in the history of our country who learned to influence others positively by the power of carefully placed words!
copyright 1887- uses primary source documents!
Reading A Christmas carol as family, one stave per night,(by candlelight) is one of our favorite Christmas traditions!
Written in 1916
Full of adventure and so informative of what it was like to be in the army.