Monday, December 16, 2013

SOTW3 Chapters 15ac and 16

SOTW3Chapter 15, begins on page 141
A New World in Conflict
War Against the Colonies: King Philip's War
Marshall – This Country of Ours:  17. How the Redmen Fought Against Their White Brothers 1619-22
28. How Maine And New Hampshire Were Founded 1629-49
29. The Founding of Connecticut And War With the Indians 1636-39
30. The Founding of New Haven 1643?
31. The Hunt For the Regicides 1661
32. King Philip's War 1675
Marshall – This Country of Ours:  18. How Englishmen Fought a Duel With Tyranny 1624
Suggested Reading:  Calico Bush by Rachel Field 1743 French bound out Servant , The Cabin Faced West by Jean Fritz Penn. frontier after the war & before Constitution , Man with the Silver Eyes by Wm. O. Steele 1780, Quaker & Indian boy, Struggle for a Continent the French &
(Hillyer) Children’s History of the World:  Ch68
Haaren - William III, King of England
Guerber Story of the Thirteen Colonies:  King Philip’s War,
Ch. XXXVII, King Philip's War 1675-1678,
William Penn's Holy Experiment
Night Journeys by Avi (Penn, Quaker family)
Guerber Story of the Thirteen Colonies:  William Penn,
Ch. XXXIX, Penn and the Indians, 1660-1682, 1682-1703, Maryland,
Ch. XL, The Catholics in Maryland, 1629-1729
KHE pages:  Pgs. 302-303; North America 1675-1791
KHE pages:  Pg. 279; The Spanish Succession 1701-1713
KHE pages:  Pgs. 280-281; Colonial America 1600-1700
SOTW3Chapter 16, begins on page 155
The West
The Universal Laws of Newton and Locke
Marshall – This Country of Ours:  21. The Story of the Knights of the Golden Horseshoe 1700-1705
Haaren - William Pitt
Longitude, the true story of a lone genius who solved the greatest scientific problem of his time by Dava Sobel (story of John Harrison, English Scientist)
Guerber Story of the Thirteen Colonies:  George Washington,
Ch. LI, Washington’s Boyhood , 1642-1687. 1732
Scientific Farming
Haaren - George Washington
Stumps, Grunts & Snickerdoodles, What Colonial America Ate by Lila Perl
Guerber Story of the Thirteen Colonies:  George Washington,
Ch. LII, Washington’s Journey, 1701-1710. 1751-1753, George Washington,
Ch. LIII, Washington’s First Battle 1754
Usborne pages:  Pgs. 314-315; The Age of Ideas
KHE pages:  Pgs. 268-269; The Age of Reason  1600-1750. Pgs. 306-307;
The Age of Logic 1700-1789
Usborne pages:  Pgs. 336-337; Changes in Farming
KHE pages:  Pgs. 294-295; Agricultural Revolution 1650-1800. Pgs. 282-283; The Arts 1601-1707. Pgs. 284-285; Architecture 1601-1707. Pgs. 286-287; Science and Technology 1601-1707. Pgs. 289-291; World at a Glance 1708-1835
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