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The American West 1840-1895: Student's Book (The Essential Series)
by David Martin ; Nigel Watt
Binding: Paperback, 96 pages
Publisher: Hodder Murray
Weight: 0.71 pound
Dimension: H: 0.75 x L: 10.71 x W: 0.59 inches
ISBN 10: 0719577551
ISBN 13: 9780719577550
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Essential The American West is an entry level textbook for Schools History Project GCSE specifications. The American West depth study is offered by all the English examination boards. This book covers the essential content and skills required for success with any specification. Chapter 1 investigates the lives of the Sioux Indians prior to the arrival on the Great Plains of the incoming settlers. Chapter 2 looks at why people moved on to the Plains and compares the impact of the different waves of settlers on the lives of the Plains Indians. Chapter 3 examines law and order in the American West. Chapter 4 analyses the definitive conflicts between the settlers and the Indians and considers the reasons why the Indians lost and the US government won. The book features Exam Busters a student friendly guide to how to understand and meet the demands of GCSE. Using a range of thinking skill strategies and active learning techniques, exam preparation becomes both fun and relevant to students' wider learning objectives. As they revise they also become better thinkers.

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