History of Art in Ancient Egypt

Posted in Ancient History, Art, College Prep, Culture, High School, Kindergarten, Lower Elementary, Middle School, Mythology, Public Domain, Upper Elementary on July 11, 2012

The two volumes in the set of A History of Art in Ancient Egypt are chock-full of great information and images to use in your studies! These would be great for an older student to read as part of an art-study, humanities credit, or ancient civilizations. Each of the volumes contains over 150 illustrations! Download Read More »

Woman’s Work in the Civil War

Posted in American History, College Prep, High School, Public Domain on May 22, 2012

“We commit our book, then, to the loyal women of our country, as an earnest and conscientious effort to portray some phases of a heroism which will make American women famous in all the future ages of history; and with the full conviction that thousands more only lacked the opportunity, not the will or endurance, Read More »

Electricity for Boys

Posted in Applied Math, College Prep, Home Economics, Middle School, Public Domain, Technology, Upper Elementary on May 12, 2012

Electricity, like every science, presents two phases to the student, one belonging to a theoretical knowledge, and the other which pertains to the practical application of that knowledge. The boy is directly interested in the practical use which he can make of this wonderful phenomenon in nature. With sections on such riveting topics as how Read More »

Photographic History of the Civil War

Posted in American History, College Prep, High School, Lower Elementary, Middle School, Public Domain, Upper Elementary on May 9, 2012

Anyone even slightly interested in the Civil War is going to love these books! Ten, count them- TEN volumes in this series depict the war through thousands of photographs! Along with the photos comes a narrative of the war.  Each page is visually interesting! Use these for your notebooking pages and as extra fodder for Read More »

The Underground Railroad

Posted in American History, College Prep, High School, Middle School, Public Domain, Reading, Upper Elementary on May 3, 2012

Thou shall not deliver unto his master the servant that has escaped from his master unto thee. -Deuteronomy 23:16 Written by William Still– an abolitionist and conductor of the Underground Railroad- this book is a collection of stories and narratives of the struggles and triumphs slaves had while attempting to escape to freedom. Modern history Read More »