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President John Quincy Adams Lapbook - PDF Download [Download]Kim SmithKnowledge Box Central / 2014 / PDF Download$5.39 Retail:
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Easily create your own lapbook with this PDF download, do-it-yourself format!
This handy resource features an assembly guide diagram, pictures of the completed project as well as instruction guides for both parents and students. This PDF contains a color graphic version as well as a version with black & white graphics.
The Lapbook Assembly Guide provides instructions and diagrams on assembling the lapbook, and where to glue each booklet. The Student Instruction Guide is written directly to the student and provides information on what should be written inside each booklet and what folder it should be glued to. The included booklet templates includes all of the booklet templates; they can be printedon colors thought to improve retention of information presented.
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American Phoenix: John Quincy and Louisa Adams, the War of 1812, and the Exile That Saved American IndependenceJane Hampton CookThomas Nelson / 2013 / Hardcover$2.99 Retail:4.5 Stars Out Of 5 3 Reviews
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From "honorable exile" to sixth president of the United States, John Quincy Adams's life was filled with challenges, threats, joys, triumphs---and a powerful faith. Revealing the untold story of his nomination as top U.S. envoy to Russia, this extensively researched chronicle traces his journey from Boston through extreme storms, political intrigue, two wars, and more. 496 pages, hardcover from Nelson.
A gripping narrative of the second and final war of independence that secured the nation's permanence and established its claim to the entire continent, by the author of the enormously successful and acclaimed Patriots: The Men Who Started the American Revolution.
This dramatic account of the War of 1812 fills a surprising gap in the popular literature of the nation's formative years. It is this war, followed closely on the War of Independence, that established the young nation as a permanent power and proved its claim to Manifest Destiny.
Full of fascinating characters-Presidents Thomas Jefferson, John Quincy Adams, James Madison, James Monroe, and the future President Andrew Jackson, as well as Dolley Madison, Sam Houston, the great Indian chieftain Tecumseh, Francis Scott Key, Davey Crockett, and Oliver Perry, among others-Langguth's riveting account covers a vast panorama of battles, from the American sacking of Toronto and the British burning of the White House and the Capitol, to the thrilling war at sea and on the Great Lakes and the final spectacular American victory at New Orleans. Unabridged. 13 hours. 11 CDs. Read by Grover Gardner.