American History Stories, Volume 2 cover

American History Stories, Volume 2

Mara L. Pratt

1. 01 – Causes of the Revolution
2. 02 – The Stamp Act
3. 03 – Behavior of the Colonists
4. 04 – Daughters of Liberty
5. 05 – The Boston Boys
6. 06 – A Brave Little Girl
7. 07 – The Boston Massacre
8. 08 – The Boston Tea-Party
9. 09 – Revolutionary Tea
10. 10 – The Patriotic Barber
11. 11 – Battle of Lexington
12. 12 – Paul Revere’s Ride
13. 13 – The Origin of Yankee Doodle
14. 14 – The Women at Lexington
15. 15 – Capture of Ticonderoga
16. 16 – Battle of Bunker Hill
17. 17 – General Warren
18. 18 – The March to Quebec
19. 19 – Washington and His Army
20. 20 – The Red-coats Leave Boston
21. 21 – Declaration of Independence
22. 22 – The History of Our Flag
23. 23 – The Star Bangled Banner
24. 24 – Our Flag is There
25. 25 – A Petty Tyrant
26. 26 – The Leaden Statue
27. 27 – Free and Equal
28. 28 – An Anecdote of Washington
29. 29 – Lydia Darrah Saves General Washington
30. 30 – Washington’s Christmas Surprise
31. 31 – Washington’s Christmas Gift to the American Army
32. 32 – Valley Forge
33. 33 – Emily Geiger
34. 34 – Massacre of Wyoming
35. 35 – The Surrender of Burgoyne
36. 36 – Saratoga
37. 37 – The Half-Witted Tory Boy
38. 38 – The Fox of the Southern Swamp
39. 39 – Song of Marion’s Men
40. 40 – The Women of South Carolina
41. 41 – Israel Putnam
42. 42 – Benjamin Franklin
43. 43 – Poor Richard’s Almanac
44. 44 – Arnold the Traitor and Andre the Spy
45. 45 – Surrender of Cornwallis
46. 46 – Anecdote of Burgoyne
47. 47 – Nancy Hart
48. 48 – Lafayette
49. 49 – The Punning Parson
50. 50 – Provost Cunningham
51. 51 – America: or, My Country ‘Tis of Thee
52. 52 – General Joseph Warren’s Address
53. 53 – My Country
54. 54 – Memory Gems

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Summary

History is brought to life in the second volume of American History Stories by Mara L. Pratt. It is a wonderful introduction for children to American history, this volume beginning with the causes of the American Revolution. Although each chapter is short, it is full of fascinating information, and so well-written that adults will enjoy it as much as children.

Reviews

Bike

Awesome book! I would suggest this for ages 9+