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1. TeacherSource . Social Studies . United States History: Colonial Times Grades 3-
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  • Scientific American Frontiers - A Feast at Plimoth Plantation
    Learn about the foods native to North America, and plan a native American vegetarian meal early colonists might have eaten.
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3. Colonial America 1600-1775, K12 Resources
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Explore the Colonial Period of our history through the Internet. You'll find maps, lesson plans, bibliographies and curriculum content materials here.
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The American Colonist's Library
Huge collection of primary resource documents Archiving Early America
Historic documents from 18th century America. Declaration of Independence, etc. writings; lives of early Americans Colonial Charters, Grants and Related Documents The Avalon Project from Yale Early American Colonial Literature to 1700 Biographical information, e-texts, lesson plan for Captain John Smith, Increase Mather, Cotton Mather, William Bradford, Anne Bradstreet, Edward Taylor, Edward Winslow, John Winthrop Mary Rowlandson, John Dickinson; ISLMC Page Historical Text Archive Historical text archives; Native Americans; Salem Witch Trials; More Salem Witch Trials Documentary Archive and Transcription Project Documents, maps, people, images; from University of Virginia [Back to Top]
The History Place. Timeline. Early Colonial Era to 1700

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How Do You Lose a Colony? Roanoke worksheet from Mrs. Mitchell Jamestown: Introduction to Jamestown from Virginia Historic Jamestowne Lessons and Online Activities Learn more about Jamestown , the first English settlement Timeline List of Early Settlers

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colonial times scour the globe for antique furniture and effects representing the finest of the British colonial Empire. colonial times. About Tony Skinner Oriental Arts. Unrestored Stock. Restored Stock. Chinese Furniture. Hand Painted Furniture. Hand Crafted Furniture. Hand Carved Buddha's. Case studies to find us
W e scour the globe for antique furniture and effects representing the best of the British Colonial empire. These items are shipped back to England where approximately 90% of them are sold to trade customers in the UK and around the world. If required, we offer a full restoration and re-polishing service by experienced craftsmen. We have a showroom open to both the public and trade six days a week, where fully restored furniture and decorative items are available for purchase by those who appreciate the finest that a bygone era has to offer. We have a further three barns of un-restored furniture for trade customers who can match items to the tastes of their most discerning clients. Top Designed and built by The Pier Online

6. WNPL Kid Spot Social Studies History - Colonial America
then 30,000 reference articles, and over 65 fulltext journals covering themes, events, individuals and periods in us history from pre-colonial times to the
History - Colonial America America's Story: Colonial America, 1492-1763 ( (5th and up)
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Social Studies The American Colonies: Once again KidInfo has an excellent assortment of related information about the colonial time period. The site is well organized for students use. America’s Story from America’s Library-Colonial America This site has many connections to enrich student’s study of colonial America. This site contains twenty-two story starters your students can use as a springboard to research, newspaper article, or just for the sake of learning. Children in Colonial Times: What was it like being a child in America’s early history? Here is a very easy site for the youngest student to use. Colonial America Learn more about each colony while completing lessons, activities, and even testing your knowledge with an on-line quiz. Colonial America: Use this theme web page to find a related site you need. Site includes information on the colonies, religious groups, and additional teacher resources. Colonial American 1600-1775 K12 Resources This is a site with the busy teacher in mind. Start here or have your students search these links to learn more about the colonies.

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Life on Plymouth Plantation Have you ever wondered what life was like 375 years ago in America? What did the men, women, and children first see and experience when they landed at Plymouth Rock in 1620? These brave people left their homes in England to escape religious persecution by immigrating to America! What if you and your family felt the need to fly to Jupiter and attempt to start a new life? Your family members would have no idea where they were going, what type of climate they would find, what they were going to eat, or if there were any hostile creatures living there already. Wouldn't that be scary? This was a scary but adventurous time in American history. Were the Pilgrims the first people to inhabit America? Actually, the Native American Indian tribes had already lived in what came to be called America for hundreds of years before the first European settlers immigrated in 1620. View Teacher Notes The Task In this activity you will be discovering about the early Americans by looking at a recreation of Plymouth Plantation in 1627. Also, you will be looking at a variety of maps, both modern and maps from the 17th century. Using these sources, you will be answering questions, discovering life in early America and writing a series of letters. After taking a virtual tour of Plymouth Plantation you will assume the character of a child who traveled to the New World aboard the Mayflower. The child you are portraying is an actual histroical person who came from England to the New World in 1620. As many Pilgrims aboard the Mayflower did, you will send letters to your friends and family back in England. In your letters you will explain what Plymouth is like and you will advise your family back in England as to what they should bring with them when they make their journey over.

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Life of Children in Colonial Times - Toys and Games
Purpose: Students learn about the lives of children in colonial times by looking at the types of games the children played and toys they used. Through the study of the games and activities of children in colonial times, students are able to relate the life styles of children in past eras to their own life styles. Students can compare and contrast the toys and games of the colonial period to those used today, and subsequently create graphic organizers to demonstrate their understanding of the similarities and differences. Students also can study the history and science of the changing technologies that have helped to make available the many toys available today (possible areas of study are factories that produce these products, toy stores, and product design, engineering, packaging, ) Table of Contents
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    Lessons Apple Dolls Apple Doll Pictures are coming!!! If you do this activity with your class, we would like to publish pictures of your students making the apple dolls as well as pictures of the finished product! Prior to this activity, students should have discussed the differences between the toys that children have now and those available during colonial times. Students should have been guided to understand that children's toys were made from readily available materials. Students should understand that apples were and are plentiful in N.E. Content Areas: Social Studies, Art, ESL*
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    Social Studies / Colonial America "Simulated Colonial School" Name: Laura Welshoff Date Written: February 1999 Please note, worksheets were not provided by the author, but the lesson plan can be performed without the worksheets or worksheets could easily be made by the teacher. Background Brief description of group to be taught: 5th Grade class, mid year Inclusion classroom with 6 students on Individual Education Plans, class size is 20 students Overall purpose of this lesson: To have the children experience through simulation, what Colonial School life was like. Students will be introduced to proverbs that teacher glues onto their hornbooks. Through the proverbs, students will appreciate the sayings as ideas that represent wisdom. They will also understand that the sayings are a reflection of the time in which they originated.

    17. U.S. History Bibliography: Colonial Period To 1900
    access to issues of EighteenthCentury studies from 1995 on manuscripts held by libraries across the us. A Critical Reference Guide from colonial times to the

    U.S. History Bibliography
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    Suggestions for historical research in libraries:
  • Specialized encyclopedias and dictionaries or other general works may provide useful overviews of the topic, define special terminology, and identify key persons and concepts.
  • Specialized bibliographies listing published works and primary sources about historical periods, topics, and individuals are also often useful.
  • Use the UNR Library Catalog to find books on your topic, and the online indexes to find relevant articles.
  • Use periodical indexes to find articles and book reviews. Return to top I. GENERAL REFERENCE WORKS A. Indexes, bibliographies, and other general works (key ones are in bold)
    • (1954-current) Early volumes duplicated in Reference: Z1236 .A48. The basic, best index to books and articles on American history. Includes article abstracts, index of book reviews, comprehensive index by subject and author.
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  • 18. Colonial Era -- American Colonial Times -- Term Papers
    At a great loss of men, the colonies succeeded in the book that studies the life and times of Maine s Historic Controversy Over the us Constitution A 5 page
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    U.S. History (18th Century) (The) American Free Banking System A 5 page essay highlighting the emergence of the Free Banking System in early U.S. history. Bibliography lists 5 sources. Amerbank.wps A 4 page research paper on the book by the famous Franklin biographer Esmond Wright. This the first in a series of books which Wright has written on Franklin shows how the historianís fascination with his famous topic began. The writer discusses how Wright brings Franklin to life through his insightful prose. No additional sources cited. Ewright.wps Benfr.wps Benjamin Franklin's Autobiography / Analysis This 6 page research paper discusses The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, which chronicles America's ultimate "Renaissance Man's" life from his birth in 1706 until 1757. Specifically considered is how Franklin's life represents the "great American success story." Bibliography lists 1 source. Benfrank.wps

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