Eastern Civilization

Free Ebooks to Study China

Posted in Ancient History, Culture, Eastern Civilization, Elementary, High School, Home School Creative Commons Resources, Middle School, Mythology on November 12, 2015

Chinese History and Culture A History of China – high school reading level Village Life in China – A snippet of life in a Chinese village circa 1899 Notable Women of Modern China (1912) China by Sir Henry Arthur Blake Peeps Into China – suitable for all ages Sidelights on Chinese Life China’s Story The Story Read More »

Free Ebooks to Study Japan

Posted in Culture, Eastern Civilization, Elementary, High School, Middle School, Mythology, Public Domain on March 12, 2015

Japanese History and Culture As Japan consists of five hundred and eighteen islands it is often called the Island Empire. In the days of mythology and legend it was named The Country in the Midst of the Luxuriant Reed Plains; later it was The Mountain Portal, while during the Middle Ages the Chinese called it Read More »

Indian Architecture

Posted in Culture, Eastern Civilization, Elementary, High School, Public Domain on September 25, 2014

This ebook could be used to gather clipart for a study on architecture, Islamic or Middle Eastern history, or a study of India! If you choose to view the book preview in full screen, you will have the option of seeing the page thumbnails. Then you can click on the images you want to save, Read More »

Peeps Into China

Posted in Culture, Eastern Civilization, Lower Elementary, Public Domain, Upper Elementary on February 1, 2014

This book is chock-full of black and white illustrations you can use for your projects about China. A minister of a small parish in England is called to mission work in China, and brings along his family. As they travel to their final destination, the father gives his daughter “peeps” into Chinese culture, religion, and Read More »

Sketches Of Japanese Manners And Customs

Posted in College Prep, Culture, Eastern Civilization, High School, Public Domain, Upper Elementary on February 23, 2013

If you are studying Asia or have a child who loves all things Japan, this book is perfect for you! Full-color plates depict different events and daily life in Japan during the late 1800′s.This is truly a living history book that will delight readers of all ages. Each chapter includes text describing the customs, as Read More »