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The landing of the Mayflower at Plymouth in 1620. The intolerance of the Puritans and the infamous Salem witch trials. The French and Indian wars. The Boston Tea Party and the Battles of Lexington and Concord. Students become eyewitnesses to these and many other fascinating historic events as they become aquatinted with colonial Massachusetts.
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Michael Burgan has been writing about colonial and Revolutionary-era America, immigration, religion, famous Americans, sports, and many other subjects for children and young adults for more than 10 years. His work has been published in The New York Times, Sports Illustrated for Kids, and by National Geographic. A former writer for Weekly Reader Corporation, Burgan has developed online resources and produced educational materials to be used by teachers in the classroom. He is also a playwright and currently lives in Chicago.Review:
"The eloquent text weaves the historical facts into a colorful tapestry representing the realities of Colonial life. Quotations from primary sources and other documentation add authenticity...this is narrative nonfiction at its best."
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