American History Ink

Grade Levels: 6-12
American History Ink brings history to life with illustrated historical fiction covering important eras in our nation's history! Improve comprehension of historical fiction through high-interest topics reflecting our nation's rich history, engage and motivate students with stories told through the eyes of adolescents of the time, and prepare students for high-stakes assessments.

About the Program

These beautifully illustrated books represent important eras and events from American History in graphic, four-color texts. The 10-book series begins with the introduction of horses to American Indian culture on the Great Plains and ends with the impact of Hurricane Katrina and the determined efforts of rescue workers and workers in the days following. Each book covers a topic commonly covered in American History courses. Texts are appropriate for use in history, humanities, and language arts courses.

Program Components

  • Jamestown World History Ink, Final Days of Pompeii Special Value Set
    Jamestown World History Ink, Final Days of Pompeii Special Value Set
  • Teacher Guide
    Teacher Guide
  • American History Ink Hurricane Katrina
    American History Ink Hurricane Katrina
  • American History Ink Immigrants at Ellis Island
    American History Ink Immigrants at Ellis Island
  • American History Ink Internment of Japanese Americans
    American History Ink Internment of Japanese Americans
  • American History Ink Taming Horses on the Great Plains
    American History Ink Taming Horses on the Great Plains
  • American History Ink The Cattle Drive
    American History Ink The Cattle Drive
  • American History Ink The Civil Rights Movement
    American History Ink The Civil Rights Movement
  • American History Ink The Struggle for Independence
    American History Ink The Struggle for Independence
  • American History Ink The Transcontinental Railroad
    American History Ink The Transcontinental Railroad
  • American History Ink The Underground Railroad
    American History Ink The Underground Railroad
  • American History Ink The Women's Rights Movement
    American History Ink The Women's Rights Movement
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