Popular Literature Resources for U.S. History

Papers on a desk  Teach students about Colonial times, American wars, immigration, and more with these literature printables, lessons, and activities for U.S. history. Educate students about human rights by reading autobiographies of slaves and writing a class play about the abolitionist movement. You will find plenty of historical fiction and non-fiction literature guides for all ages. These guides contain discussion questions, Internet resources, and project ideas to enhance students' reading experience.

 

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