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PRIMARY SOURCES - 5th Grade
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Britannica School Edition
5th GRADE PRIMARY SOURCES - BOSTON TEA PARTY and BATTLE OF LEXINGTON & CONCORD
This guide contains primary source resources for the following 5th Grade Social Studies topics:
Boston Tea Party and the Battle of Lexington and Concord
PRIMARY SOURCES DEFINED
PRIMARY SOURCES - BOSTON TEA PARTY
The Batlle of Lexington and Concord
Print Resources (Books) from the Library's collection
The Rebellious Colonists and the Causes of the American Revolution by
Publication Date: 2012-07-01
The 13 American Colonies had many reasons to begin the Revolutionary War. From the Boston Tea Party to the Intolerable Acts, they felt it was time for independence. Read more about the conflict between the colonists and Great Britain and the events that led up to the American Revolution.
The Stamp Act of 1765 by
Publication Date: 2005-01-01
Describes the reaction Americans had to the Stamp Act, a Great Britain demand that the American colonies pay a tax on all kinds of papers and documents.
Primary Source Accounts of the Revolutionary War by
Publication Date: 2006-10-01
PRIMARY SOURCE ACCOUNTS OF THE REVOLUTIONARY WAR draws the reader into America's fight for independence from Great Britain through diaries, letters, and other related primary source documents.
American Revolution by
Publication Date: 2000-06-21
American Revolution: Primary Sources (one volume) presents thirty-two excerpts from documents, speeches, satirical pieces, pamphlets, and letters that explore events surrounding the American Revolution. Excerpts range from John Dickinson's Letters from a Farmer to Thomas Paine's Common Sense to the Declaration of Independence and to George Washington's farewell address to his troops. Fifty black-and-white illustrations bring the text to life. Numerous sidebars highlight interesting individuals and fascinating facts. An introduction and sections titled "Things to remember," "What happened next," and "Did you know" accompany each excerpt. The volume also contains a timeline, a glossary, a list of sources - including Web sites - and an index. Book jacket.