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From: Romana (
Subject:         Colonial America Study AIDE
Date: July 21, 2013 at 7:12 pm PST

this is an amazing product to supplement your study of the American Revolution. if you go to you could see everything that is included. It includes reproducibles of the broadside and letters.

From the JackDaw website:

The hands-on history in this Jackdaw takes your students from the Boston Tea Party to Bunker Hill and the struggle to field and fund our army. Hands-on documents include a handbill persuading British soldiers to desert, a proclamation by King George III ordering his subjects to fast, a 1783 issue of the South Carolina Gazette, early American “home-made” money, and a fund raising lottery ticket. Historian: David Johnson. The contents of this Jackdaw feature:


Tea, Tax and Trouble
Gentleman Johnny
The Old Fox
The World Turned Upside Down
The Big Country

Historical Documents

Letter from colonist to East India Co., London, about the Boston Tea Party.
Plan of Boston and Bunker Hill, scene of the first battles.
Proclamation by George III ordering his subjects to fast.
Original Declaration of Independence with notes.
Declaration of Independence, drawn by Congress in 1776.
Resolve of Congress giving Washington power to raise forces and make people accept American paper money.
Lieutenant Digby’s Journal — pages from a young officer.
Letter from General Heath to General Burgoyne about the behavior of British soldiers in captivity.
Letter from General Washington to Governor Clinton.
An issue of the South Carolina Gazette, published in 1783.
Commission posting Benjamin Hopkins as an officer to a regiment commanded by Seth Warner.
Early American paper money.
Lottery ticket printed to help raise money for the war.
American handbill to persuade British soldiers to desert.
Order of Battle — drawn by George Washington, 1777.
Capt. Cooley’s note authorizing provisions for scouts.
Reconnaissance order giving instructions for a mission.
Map of the battlefields of the American Revolution.

Study Guide / Lesson Plan – Reproducible Activities

Price: $57.50

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