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Unit Study Supplement: James Monroe, U.S. 5th President

Following the War of 1812, America was more united, politically, than they had been in many years. It was in this time of relative stability that Monroe came to power in the U.S. His presidency was one of immense growth for the country, although it was not without growing pains. As a war veteran, previous […]

Unit Study Supplement: South Carolina Facts, U.S. 8th State

As one of the original 13 colonies, South Carolina is a state rich with history.  For example, did you know that the first battle of the Civil War took place in this state?  Or that Charleston is the oldest city, founded in 1670? As part of Time4Learning’s full series of United States unit study supplements, […]

Unit Study Supplement: Tennessee Facts, U.S. 16th State

Before European settlers even arrived to the land that would become Tennessee, two native American tribes had already made it their home. One of them, the Cherokees, established a small village called “Tanasi.” Once the land was being developed, settlers decided to keep the name of that small Cherokee Village. This led to the birth […]

Unit Study Supplement: Alabama Facts, U.S. 22nd State

Did you know that the first rocket that took humans to the moon was built by workers from Alabama, making Huntsville,AL the rocket capital of the world? Or that the state’s official nut is the pecan? Perhaps, you might find it interesting to know that Alabama is Helen Keller’s birthplace? With Time4Learning’s series of United […]

Unit Study Supplement: Oklahoma Facts, U.S. 46th State

Did you know that “Oklahoma” is a combination of two words in the Choctaw language that means “red people” and that is the home to the most Native Americans of any state?  Did you also know that the parking meter was invented in Oklahoma and that the state is the site of the famous 101 […]

Unit Study Supplement: Mississippi, U.S. 20th State

Did you know that the Mississippi Delta is the birthplace of blues music, Elvis Presley, and Mississippi Mud Pie?  Did you know that some of the sports greatest athletes got their starts in Mississippi colleges, including Eli Manning, Brett Favre, Walter Payton, Jerry Rice, and Steve McNair? “Mississippi” comes from a Native American word for […]

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