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Tapestry of Grace Year 3 Unit 3 2002 edition (Tapestry of Grace, Year 3 Unit 3) Loose Leaf – 2002
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Unit 3 of Year 3 of the Tapestry of Grace curriculum by Marcia Somerville. 2002 edition. This edition is printed on different colored papers for different sections for easy navigation, but it does not have the colored illustrations that the newest edition has. Printed in black ink. This is a looseleaf packet to be inserted into a binder (it came that way from the publisher). Chapter Headings: Week 19: China, Japan , the Opium Wars & Hudson Taylor. Week 20: Crimean War, Sardinia, and the Unification of Italy. Week 21: A Nation Dividing (1848 – 1861): The Underground Railroad & President Buchanan. Week 22: Civil War I: The Generals, Battles and Events. President Lincoln. Week 23: Civil War II: Personalities, Portraits, and Appomattox. Week 24: Reconstruction: Johnson and Grant. Transcontinental Railroad. Week 25: Plains Indians Wars (1850’s to 1870’s). Week 26: Unification of Germany and Prussian Wars. Thomas Edison & Alexander G. Bell. Week 27: Review of African History: David Livingston and Mary Slessor. Week 28: European Imperialism – Focus on Africa. Week 29: Victorian England & The British Empire. Week 30: American Culture During the Gilded Age & Impressionism. Week 31: Social Darwinism & Laissez Faire Economics. Immigration: Statue of Liberty. Week 32: Immigrants and Immigrants Who Made Good. Week 33: Ellis Island, Inventors, Trust Busters, & Labor Issues. Week 34: Populists, Progressives, & “Muckrakers.” George Washington Carver. Week 35: Scientists, the Salvation Army, & Charles Spurgeon. Week 36: Henry Ford, Hawaii, The Boxer Rebellion, The Boer War & The Spanish-American War.
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