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The Colony Of New York

ISBN-10: 1477773347
ISBN-13: 9781477773345
Author: Faust, Daniel R.
Interest Level: 4-7
Publisher: Rosen Publishing

Publication Date: July 2014

Copyright: 2015

Page Count: 24

Series: Spotlight On New York

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Grades 4-7

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Guided Reading: R
Lexile: NC1030L
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BISAC Subjects

JUVENILE NONFICTION / History / United States / Colonial & Revolutionary Periods

JUVENILE NONFICTION / History / United States / State & Local

Backed by the latest scholarly research, this book chronicles the history of early New York, how it became a British colony, and what life was like in colonial New York. This book demonstrates how New York was a land of innovative, free-thinking individuals who took advantage of the natural resources around them. It also addresses key events in colonial New York--including the founding of the British colony and the French and Indian War--as well as key figures, such as King Charles II and Robert R. Livingston. The facts are richly supplemented with detailed maps and primary-source documents from the era.