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Stories of Iowa for Boys and Girls

This source contains stories of Iowans for children. Table of contents include topics such as Iowa's discovery, Native Americans, settlers, and the path to statehood. For any use other than instructional resources, please check with the organization that owns this item regarding copyright restrictions.
Author
Publisher
The MacMillan Co.
Publishing Place
New York, NY
Year
1929
U.S. Chronology
Iowa History Eras
Early & Late Date
1924 to 1934
Resources & Additional Info
Resource and Additional Information: Click Here This source can be linked to the following standards: Standard SS.1.23 Cultural Makeup: A lesson on Iowa's culture, especially during the age of settlers can be created. Standard SS.3.27 Immigration and Migration: A lesson on the migration of settlers and the migration of Native Americans west could be created. Standard SS.8.25 Iowa Government: A lesson on Iowa's government through its path to statehood can be created. Standard SS-Gov.9-12.27 Unique Iowa Systems: A lesson on the chapter about the Underground Railroad and John Brown in Iowa can be created. Standard SS-Gov.9-12.28 Iowa Issues and Policy: A lesson on the issues between settlers and Native Americans could be created, as well as a lesson on the issues leading toward statehood.