This Country of Ours (Yesterday's Classics) AO Y3

by H. E. Marshall Author

(From Amazon): Stories from the history of the United States beginning with a full account of exploration and settlement and ending with the presidency of Woodrow Wilson. The 99 chapters are grouped under 7 headings: Stories of Explorers and Pioneers, Stories of Virginia, Stories of New England, Stories of the Middle and Southern Colonies, Stories of the French in America, Stories of the Struggle for Liberty, and Stories of the United States under the Constitution. Suitable for ages 10 and up.

Additional Details

Resource Type
Print Status
In Print
Suggested Grades
3rd - 5th
Historical Setting
1000 - 1920
Yesterday's Classics


  • 2 Ch 6. How the Flag of England Was Planted on the Shores of the New World
  • 4 Ch 7. How the Flag of France Was Planted in Florida
  • 6 Ch 8. How the French Founded a Colony in Florida
  • 8 Ch 9. How the Spaniards Drove the French Out of Florida
  • 10 Ch 10. How a Frenchman Avenged the Death of His Countrymen
  • 12 Ch 11. The Adventures of Sir Humphrey Gilbert
  • 13 Ch 12. About Sir Walter Raleigh's Adventures in the Golden West
  • 14 Ch 13. The Adventures of Captain John Smith
  • 15 Ch 14. More Adventures of Captain John Smith
  • 17 Ch 15. How the Colony Was Saved
  • 18 Ch 16. How Pocahontas Took a Journey Over the Seas
  • 19 Ch 17. How the Redmen Fought Against Their White Brothers
  • 20 Ch 18. How Englishmen Fought a Duel With Tyranny
  • 21 Ch 19. The Coming of the Cavaliers
  • 22 Ch 20. Bacon's Rebellion
  • 23 Ch 21. The Story of the Knights of the Golden Horseshoe
  • 24 Ch 22. The Story of the Pilgrim Fathers
  • 25 Ch 23. The Founding of Massachusetts
  • 27 Ch 24. The Story of Harry Vane
  • 29 Ch 25. The Story of Anne Hutchinson And the Founding of Rhode Island
  • 31 Ch 26. The Founding of Harvard
  • 33 Ch 27. How Quakers First Came To New England
  • 35 Ch 28. How Maine And New Hampshire Were Founded

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