Welcome to British North America- Communities

SKU: 9781773081434

Author:
Heather Hudak
Series:
Welcome to British North America Series
Grade Levels:
Three, Four, Five, Six
Nation:
Iroquois, Mohawk
Book Type:
Hardcover
Pages:
32
Publisher:
Beech Street Books
Series:
Welcome to British North America Series
Copyright Data:
2018

Price:
Sale price$30.95

Description

Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 Welcome to British North America is a six volume set of 32-page books written by Heather Hudak for Beech Street Books. Designed for elementary students from grades 3 to 6 the books offer introductions to the history of British North America. In Communities in British North America readers are introduced to the various European nations who tried to establish communities and settlements in what became Canada. It recognizes the First Nations who had territories long before the newcomers arrived. In six brief chapters the topics include the British and French early settlements; Indigenous communities such as the Six Nations Iroquois, treaties, and Joseph Brant; the British settlements; capitals of Upper Canada; Upper Canada towns; and Rupert’s Land Trading Posts. Each volume has a glossary of terms; suggested references; and an index.  The book contains simply written text illustrated with maps, charts, contemporary photographs and paintings. Each book has brief sidebars of additional details about a topic as well as suggested framing questions that assist students in using the historical inquiry method. Content Consultant is John Walsh, Department of History, Carleton University. Recommended.


 

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