Shopping Cart (0)

Subtotal: $0.00

Back Issues

loading...

loading...

Grid List

Set Descending Direction

Items 1-10 of 990

per page
Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5
  1. VOTING RIGHTS IN AMERICA

    VOTING RIGHTS IN AMERICA

    $6.95
    In colonial America, who established the precedent that only white, property-owning men would have the right to vote? How did African Americans and Native Americans gain full citizenship and federally recognized voting rights? Who were some of the biggest names in the struggle for women's suffrage? Why and when was it decided that 18-year-olds should have the right to vote? What are some of the obstacles to guaranteeing full voting rights to all Americans? How does one register to vote? Are there ways for kids to get involved? We've answered all these questions in this issue of COBBLESTONE, where we take a comprehensive look at the history of voting rights in America. /cob0403t Learn More
  2. LITERARY LADIES-1800S

    LITERARY LADIES-1800S

    $6.95
    In this issue, we have tried to provide a broad spectrum of American literary ladies of the nineteenth century - women who made writing their profession and proved that women could successfully write about diverse matters. We start with a dip into the eighteenth century to meet two of the earliest women authors. Following that, we meet editors, journalists, social commentators, philosophical thinkers, Civil War authors, writers about the West, and New England writers of the nineteenth century. Writers included in this issue are Harriet Beecher Stowe, Margaret Fuller, Sarah Josepha Hale, Helen Hunt Jackson, Ida Tarbell, and Charlotte Perkins Gilman. Learn More
  3. NAACP

    NAACP

    $6.95
    In the decades between the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth century, a group of Americans concerned over the unequal status and treatment of African Americans issued a call to Americans to fight for civil and political liberties. The seed was planted for the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), one of the largest and most influential civil rights organizations in the United States. The February issue will look at both the history of this organization - from a time line of major events, to a look at its efforts to make changes through the court system, to articles on famous members and their different roles. There also is an interview with NAACP chairman Julian Bond. /cob0202t Learn More
  4. COMPROMISE OF 1850

    COMPROMISE OF 1850

    $6.95
    In the decades before the Civil War, the United States was regularly dealing with the issue of slavery and the role of the federal government vs. states' rights. The Compromise of 1850 was an attempt to reconcile Northern and Southern interests. It offered more stringent Fugitive Slave Laws, it recommended that future territories who might want to join the Union have self-determination powers over whether to be a slave or free state, and it admitted California as a free state. Many of the greatest American statesmen of the day - Henry Clay, Daniel Webster, Stephen Douglas, John Calhoun - weighed in on the subject. This issue discusses all the subjects mentioned here and more. /cob0201t Learn More
  5. BACON'S REBELLION

    BACON'S REBELLION

    $6.95
    One hundred year before the Revolutionary War, Nathaniel Bacon, a landowner on Virginia's frontier, rebelled against the colony's ruling class, which was personified in Governor Sir William Berkeley. This issue describes the personalities of these two men and traces the path of destruction caused by their ideological differences. Articles focus on: an overview of the major events of the rebellion, the role of sea captains in the outcome, the role of Baconite wives as spreaders of news, the impact of disease on the Virginia colony, and a description of how the Jamestown Colonial National Historical Park reenacts the burning of Jamestown each September. /cob0110t Learn More
  6. SQUANTO & SAMOSET

    SQUANTO & SAMOSET

    $6.95
    In this issue of COBBLESTONE, we have articles that discuss the first contact between Native Americans and Europeans along the North American coast, the first meetings of Samoset and Squanto with the Pilgrims, and a comparison of these two diverse cultures and the friendship that succeeded in spite of their differences. For the Pilgrims, the first fifty years were peaceful ones with their Wampanoag Indian neighbors, and we focus on this remarkable period in early European settlement and the individuals who made it possible. We also explain how the two cultures were able to communicate, and there is an activity that provides information on the role of corn in the diet of early North American residents. /cob0109t Learn More
  7. GERMAN AMERICANS

    GERMAN AMERICANS

    $6.95
    The history of German Americans is the topic of this issue. From the arrival of the first organized settlers to Pennsylvania in the 17th century to the facts around the internment of German Americans during the two World Wars, this issue will amaze you with information that you didn't know but should. There is an article about the predominantly German settlements in the Mid-West and Texas, and you can read about the German Americans who lost their lives during the Civil War. Meet some famous German Americans and try your hand at a recipe for springerle, a traditional German cookie. The United States has a long, rich German tradition. Learn More
  8. PANAMA CANAL

    PANAMA CANAL

    $6.95
    This issue is all about the Panama Canal. We explore the early history of France's failed attempts to build a sea level canal. Some of the topics of the articles include a description of the amazing Panamanian geography, the role of disease and the eradication of yellow fever in the successful completion of the canal, and the concept of locks and how the Panama Canal was built with six pairs of locks, and a comparison of the two great canals of the world - the Panama and Suez. There is an activity that provides a hands-on approach to understanding how locks work and a quote activity that helps readers discover what the canal's motto is. All this plus an introduction to some interesting historical figures who all played a role in the building of this engineering marvel. /cob0104t /cob0104t Learn More
  9. IDA B. WELLS-BARNETT

    IDA B. WELLS-BARNETT

    $6.95
    Ida B. Wells-Barnett was an African American and a woman at a time in American history when both groups were struggling for equal rights and fair treatment. But having two strikes against her did not stop Wells-Barnett. She became a journalist and spent most of her life using her writings to protest the unfair treatment of blacks. She was particularly outraged by the lynchings of innocent people. In this issue, we will follow the life of this extraordinary African American, from her beginnings as the daughter of slaves, to threats made on her life for her outspoken editorials, to her rise to prominence in Chicago society. /cob0102t Learn More
  10. JEFFERSON DAVIS

    JEFFERSON DAVIS

    $6.95
    His was a full and active life. Long before he became president of the Confederate states during the Civil War, Jefferson served his country in many ways. In this issue of COBBLESTONE, we will trace his life from childhood, to West Point Military Academy graduation, to service in the U.S. - Mexican War. We will also look into Jefferson's political life as a representative, a senator, and a Cabinet member. An article on his tenure as president of the Confederate states will discuss the difficult position he found himself in - trying to unify and lead a group of states that seceded from the Union because they wanted their states' rights to come before the federal government's agenda. /cob0101t Learn More

Grid List

Set Descending Direction

Items 1-10 of 990

per page
Page:
  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5