Author: Don Nardo
Publisher: Kidhaven Press; Hardcover
Seeds of a Nation series
The Seeds of a Nation series examines the fascinating details behind the creation of America's states. Each volume introduces important personalities, events, and ideas that influenced the founding of a state. Original inhabitants, explorers, settlers, and statehood are discussed in simple yet vivid detail. Full-color photographs, an appendix of information about the state today, a glossary, and an annotated bibliography enhance each book.
One of the most historic states in the Union, Massachusetts was the site of some of the earliest European colonies in North America, as well as the opening battles of the American Revolution. This informative volume examines the Native American tribes who originally inhabited the area, the coming of the whites, and the major events leading to statehood in 1788.
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