WHAT THEY DIDN’T TEACH YOU IN AMERICAN HISTORY CLASS
The Second Encounter
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"There is always another story behind a major event," writes former classroom teacher Mike Henry, and in this intriguing volume he reveals many of these stories, providing valuable material to help teachers enliven those "less-than-exciting areas of the textbook."
From Daniel Boone being tried for treason for surrendering to a Shawnee war party, to George Crum inventing the potato chip in 1853, to the development of the Manhattan Project during World War II, these fascinating nuggets add color to otherwise dry historical accounts.
Rowman & Littlefield
7 and up