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Pioneers

Pioneers

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Pioneer Non-Fiction:

Bad News for OutlawsDressing a NationDaniel BooneDonner Dinner PartyThe Donner PartyExplorers Trappers and PioneersGreat Pioneer ProjectsWild Women of the Wild WestPoptropica Wild WestWomen of the FrontierHow to Get Rich on the Oregon TrailYou Wouldn't Want to Be an American PioneerSeed By SeedLife as a PioneerLife on a Wagon TrainPainting the Wild FrontierThe Westward MovementYou Wouldn't Want to Live in a Wild West TownSkillet Bread, Sourdough Etc.Hornbooks and InkwellsTexas RangersWho Were the American PioneersVoices of the Western Frontier

Pioneer Fiction:

The Ballad of Lucy WhippleCaddie WoodlawnHattie Big SkyThe Last of the MohicansLittle House on the PrairieMay BThe Quilt WalkSarah Plain and TallThe Trouble with May AmeliaWoods Runner
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Indiana Books & Websites:

AloneThe Bears of Blue riverThe Conners of conner PrairieThe Floating HouseLog Cabin in the WoodsMy Brother AbeOllie's Cabin in the WoodsA Place Called FreedomSalt a Story of FriendshipThe School at Crooked CreekWhere the River GrinsBlossoms on the Roof
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Respiratory System

Respiratory System

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The Respiratory System supplies the blood with oxygen so the blood can deliver oxygen to all parts of the body. The respiratory system does this by inhaling oxygen and exhaling carbon dioxide.
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Your Respiratory System Respiratory System Lungs Breath
Learning About the Respiratory System Lungs 2 Respiration and Circulation The Respiratory System

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Autobiographies

Autobiographies

Biographies are books written about a person’s life. Autobiographies are a special kind of biography. Autobiographies are written by the person himself or herself. Nobody can tell the story better than the person who lived it!

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National Parks & National Forests

National Parks & National Forests

The Camping Trip That Changed America is the story of a very important adventure in the great outdoors. In 1903, President Theodore Roosevelt asked naturalist John Muir to take him camping. Roosevelt was so ready to get lost in the woods he ordered all of his aids away. The two men hiked and camped alone in the redwoods of Yosemite. Muir talked about the geology and the animals and the things he felt endangered them. President Roosevelt watched and listened. When he returned to Washington, President Roosevelt got to work.

In 1905 President Theodore Roosevelt established the U.S. Forest Service. Their spokesperson is someone you might know – Smokey the Bear! Today the U.S. Forest Service is responsible for 154 National Forests and 20 National Grasslands.

The National Park Service was created on August 25, 1916, when President Woodrow Wilson signed the National Park Service Act. This act created the National Park Service to help manage national parks, battlefields, historic sites, and monuments. Today, the National Park Service is responsible for 59 National Parks and 78 National Monuments.

Indiana has 1 National Forest:

Indiana has 3 National Parks:


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Ranger Rick's Travels National ParksYellowstone National ParkWhere is Mount Rushmore?Where is the Grand Canyon?The Grand Canyon

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Non-Fiction:

Book jacket for Yellowstone MoranThe Camping Trip That Saved AmericaMountain ChefNational Parks a Kids' GuideA Weird and Wild BeautyThe 12 Most Amazing American Natural WondersNational Parks Guide USAOur Great Big Back YardWhat are the 7 Natural Wonders of the United StatesMy Book of AnimalsPark ScientistsBuddy Bison's YellowstoneGrand CanyonGrand Canyon National ParkGreat Smoky MountainsGreat Smoky Mountains National ParkYellowstoneYellowstone National ParkYosemiteYosemite National ParkDeath ValleyDeath ValleyDeath Valley National ParkEvergladesEverglades National ParkMount Rushmore

Fiction:

The Missing Grizzly CubsSand Dune PonyThe Grand Canyon Burros that BrokeThe Everglades Poacher Who PretendedThe Mount Rushmore Face That Couldn't SeeThe Yellowstone Kidnapping That Wasn'tDanger in the NarrowsGlacier National Park Going to the SunGrand Canyon National Park Tail of the ScorpionGreat Smoky Mountain National Park Ridge Runner RescueMount Rushmore, Badlands & Wind Cave Going UndergroundOlympic National Park Touch of the Tide Pool Crack of the GlacierRocky Mountain National Prk Peril on Longs PeakYellowstone National Park Eye of the GrizzlyYosemite National Park Harrowing Ascent of Half DomeArches and Canyonlands National Park The Land of Standing Rocks
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