New York's Role in the New Nation

Spotlight on New York

After the American Revolution, New York played a major role in the development of the newly formed United States. Not only was New York City the first capitol of the new nation, but many influential local writers, inventors, and leaders provided valuable contributions to the newly forming American government, economy, and culture. This engaging book provides information, supported by primary sources from the period, on the people and events that made New York such an invaluable part of the early history of the United States.

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Reading Level: 3-4

Interest Level: 4-7

Product type : Library Bound Book
ISBN : 978-1-4488-5748-7
Author : Kate Schimel, Orli Zuravicky
Copyright : 2012
Language : English
Category : American History, Social Studies
Pages : 24
Trim : 7 1/8" x 8 1/2"
Dewey : 974.7
Subject : American History, Social Studies
Binding : Library
BISAC : JNF007020, JNF025180
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