Pietrusza, David Nardo, Don Corzine, Phyllis Ito, Tom Lilley, Stephen R Gow, Catherine Hester Macht, Norman L Frost, Mary Pierce Burby, Liza N Kronenwetter, Michael Dunn, John M Altman, Linda Jacobs Bachrach, Deborah Corrick, James A Henderson, Harry Woog, Adam Kallen, Stuart A Hall, Eleanor J Lukes, Bonnie L Bjornlund, Lydia D Nishi, Dennis Sherrow, Victoria Johnson, Darv Matthews, John R Rice, Earle Yancey, Diane Swisher, Clarice Uschan, Michael V Tackach, James Barter, James Bjornlund, Britta Netzley, Patricia D Schaffer, David Gavin, Philip Nardo, Don, 1947 Martin, Michael Lace, William W Davenport, John Currie, Stephen Kling, Andrew A Mahoney, Emily Jankowski Lombardo, Jennifer Bartolotta, Kenneth Kennan, Caroline Morgan, Elizabeth Horning, Nicole
Discusses the United States Constitution and the founding of America, covering such aspects as the Constitutional Convention, the writing of the Constitution, the struggle for ratification, and the enduring legacy of this document.
Discusses various topics connected to the production of the atom bomb, including the development of nuclear energy, work on atomic weapons at the Los Alamos and other sites, and the decision to use the first atomic bomb during World War II.
Ancient Egypt is one of the most widely studied historical civilizations. Readers are introduced to important facts about ancient Egypt and the ways ancient Egyptians influenced the world for thousands of years. Readers explore this complex culture through accessible text, annotated quotations from historians, vibrant photographs and historical images, and enlightening sidebars. Readers may know about Egypt's pyramids and pharaohs from their history...