Saturday, March 19, 2016

Settling America – A Pioneer History of America - April Edition



Settling America – A Pioneer History of America - April Edition
Settling America – A Pioneer History of America - April Edition

Settling America – A Pioneer History of America - April Edition has one history story a day in the settlement of colonial America. This edition covers the historical events of January. Early American history is a fascinating story. The pioneers carved a nation from the North American frontier. Settling the American frontier was not easy. It involved hardships, disease and enduring harsh weather in a raw wilderness.
This frontier history includes the following stories:
April 1, 1698 - Captain Kidd Arrives Madagascar
April 9, 1754 - Slave Girl Priscilla Begins Her Horrible Journey
April 12, 1755 - Ben Franklin Receives Letter Describing Death by Tapeworm
April 26, 1655 - Pirate "Black Sam" Bellamy Goes Down With His Ship



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Settling America – A Pioneer History of America has one history lesson a day in the settlement of early America. This March edition covers the historical events of March. Early American history and its origins is a fascinating story. The pioneers carved a nation from the North American frontier. Settling the American frontier was not easy. It involved hardships, disease and enduring harsh weather in a raw wilderness.

This frontier history includes the following stories:

April 1, 1698 - Captain Kidd Arrives Madagascar

April 9, 1754 - Slave Girl Priscilla Begins Her Horrible Journey

April 12, 1755 - Ben Franklin Receives Letter Describing Death by Tapeworm

April 26, 1655 - Pirate "Black Sam" Bellamy Goes Down With His Ship

These stories and more include some well-known historical events of early American settlement as well as some less familiar stories of America’s origins. Together they help recreate the events of American Colonial history that helped shape the nation. Learn the fascinating story of early American settlement as the settlers formed a nation from the frontier.

The Series This Day in Early American Frontier History – 2016 tells the story of the early American frontier. It presents one history lesson a day that allows the student of American History to learn about the events and people that lived the story of American settlement. There will be twelve books in this series, one for each month. A complete collection of the books in the series will appear in late 2016.

Friday, March 11, 2016

A Day in Indiana History – April



A Day in Indiana History - April
A Day in Indiana History - April

Learn about Indiana history a day at a time. Ideal for history lovers or home school history teachers, A Day in Indiana History – April teaches the historical facts about Indiana in an easy to understand format.

Indiana’s bicentennial approaches us during the year 2016. This event presents an ideal time to teach the history of the state of Indiana. Formed from the vast Northwest Territory in 1803, the Indiana Territory eventually became five states. Indiana was the first of these states, achieving statehood on December 16, 1816. Explore Indiana’s rich history from its early days of French settlement.

This volume includes the following articles: April 11, 1831 - Steamboat General Robert Hanna Reaches Indianapolis

April 15, 1861 - Governor Oliver P. Morton Calls for 10,000 Volunteers

April 17 - 1810 - Joseph Albert Wright - Indiana Governor Born

April 18, 1945 - Ernie Pyle Killed - Hoosier War Correspondent

April 26, 1884 - The Great Wallace Show Begins Peru

The Indiana Bicentennial History Series will present the history of Indiana in a series of short articles that describe important facts and events in the history of the State of Indiana on a day-to-day format. The series presents those that wish to home school students about the history of the State of Indiana an ideal history book to do just that.
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Sunday, March 6, 2016

A Visit to Versailles State Park

A Visit to Versailles State Park
A Visit to Versailles State Park Versailles State Park provides ample family friendly activities in the great outdoors. The second largest Indiana state park offers hiking, boating, mountain biking, swimming, and fishing.
Indiana State Park visitors with horses can bring them to ride the many miles of horse trails the park provides. Anglers and canoeists can enjoy the 200-acre Versailles Lake as well as the channel of Laughery Creek that meanders through the Indiana countryside.
Versailles State Park has a beautiful campground for campers to relax while hiking the many miles of hiking trails or riding the mountain bike trail. The modern swimming pools offers an ideal place for families to cool off on hot summer days and budding naturalists can partake of the parks many nature programs offered by DNR staff members.
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