From Colonies to Country
Freedom of the press
Feature: Oglethorpe marches into Florida
Frenchmen and Indians
A most remarkable man
Pitt steps in
Feature: The French and Indian War
Au Revoir (Goodbye), France
Staying in charge
What is an American?
A girl who always did her best
The rights of Englishmen
A taxing king
Feature: John Rutledge visits a foreign country
Feature: On the road
A massacre in Boston
One if by land, two if by sea
Feature: The shot heard round the world
An American original
Feature: How the new world changed the old
On the way to the second Continental Congress
Naming a general
The war of the hills
Fighting palm trees
Feature: All men are created equal
Revolutionary women and children
Feature: A failed journey?
Soldiers from everywhere
Fighting a war
Howe Billy wishes France wouldn't join in
Valley Forge to Vincennes
The states write constitutions
More about choices
When it's over, shout hooray
Experimenting with a nation
A man with ideas
A Philadelphia welcome
Feature: A Philadelphia gardener
Summer in Philly
Feature: Science, Isaac Newton, and the Constitution
Feature: Philadelphia in the 1790s
A slap on the back
Roger to the rescue
Just what is a constitution?
Good words and bad
No more secrets
If you can keep it
Considering great documents
The Declaration of Independence
Staying awake with great documents
The Bill of Rights
Reading the Virginia statute for religious freedom
The Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom
Chronology of events
From Library Staff
Covers American history from the French and Indian War to the Constitutional Convention.
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