Learn the foundations of our Nation. All ages will enjoy this book from the 5th grade up through adult years. It is a handy resource for first time learning or for a review or reference. The book focuses on the early years of America but there is so much more historical information, facts and trivia included. There is an easy to follow chronology describing Colonial times and the Revolutionary War era, leading up to the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution, and the Bill of Rights. You will have your own copy of these historical documents. Also included is information about the Presidents, First Ladies, the Original Thirteen Colonies, Three Branches of Government, the Fifty States, National Symbols, Electoral College and more. The U.S. Citizenship Test of 100 questions is newly included, and is excellent for civics studies as well an an aid to citizenship studies. There is a special note on the National Parks…their history and how they preserve our American heritage. There are lists of the National Parks related to Colonial and Revolutionary War times, Sites of Remembrance (for our Veterans), and of our most cherished National Parks. There are over 50 pages of historical sketches and images. Printed book size is 8.5″ x 11″ There is so much more in this Second Edition. (Revised January 2017). The book is Nonpartisan. Everyone should have a copy and be more fully informed!
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Five Star Review on Amazon by Patricia S. Gladding

I love this handbook! I keep it on a table in my living room This book is clearly written, concise, comprehensive.and coherent. I find it not only educational and great for review, but interesting. It really does have it all, from early American history to Preparation for the Citizenship Test, as well as the Test, so you may study and test yourself. Americana A Civics Handbook is a delight. It came in handy for me when planning a Southwest trip. It is full of information about being an American and living in this land.

About the Author

Mary B. Mackley attributes her passion for History and Civics to inspirational teachers in her youth. She worked as an interpreter for a National Historic Site during and after college, before becoming a nurse. Throughout her years working as a nurse, she embraced her role as teacher with her patients. Teaching others, she believes, empowers them with knowledge. Her passion for History, love of collecting books and research, and a desire to empower fellow citizens and others, led to her writing her Civics Handbook.

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