Book List
(Reference Books that accompany mini-unit)

Books for Lesson 2 "Role Play:"

1) Discovering The Women in Slavery: Emancipating Perspectives on the American Past. (Morton, P. 1996).
2) African Americans and Native Americans in the Creek and Cherokee Nations, 1830's to 1920's. (May, K. 1996).
3) Caring for the Past. (U. S. Dept. of Interior. 1996).
4) Countering Prejudice Against American Indians. (Almeida, D. 1996).
5) Like a Hurricane: The Indian Movement from Alcatraz to Wounded Knee. (Smith, P. 1996).
6) Native Americans in the News. (Weston, M. 1996).
7) North Star to Freedom: The Story of the Underground Railroad. (1997).
8) The African Exchange. (Kirle, K. 1987).
9) A Remembrance of Eden: Harriet Bailey Bullock Daniel's memories of a Frontier Plantation in Arkansas, 1849-1872. (Daniel, H. 1993).
10) A Journey Through Texas. (Olmstead, F. 1857).
11) Pioneer Health Care. (Daughters of Utah Pioneers, 1992).
12) Winter Quarters: The 1846-1848 Life Writings of Mary Haskin Parker Richards. (Richards, M. 1996).
13) I Walked to Zion: True Stories of Young Pioneers. (Madsen, S. 1994).
14) Designating Certain Lands as Wilderness in Shenandoah National Park. (Dept. of Interior, 1976).
15) Struggle for the Shenandoah: Essays on the 1864 Valley Campaign. (Gallagher, G. 1991).


Books for Lesson 3 "U.S. Government:"
The best reference books I found for this lesson were the encyclopedias!--Especially children's encyclopedias!

Books for Lesson 4 "The Great Depression:"

1) We Had Everything but Money: Love and Sharing. (Reiman, R. 1992).
2) Main Street in Crisis: The Great Depression and the Old Middle Class on the North Plains. (1992).
3) The Great Depression and the Culture of Abundance. (Bernard, R. 1995).
4) American Lives: Looking Back at the Children of the Great Depression. (Glauser, J. 1993).
5) Daughters of the Great Depression. (Hapke, L. 1995).
6) The Great Depression. (Burg, D. 1996).
7) Endangered Dreams: The Great Depression in California. (Starr,K. 1996).