Homeschool History Hard Times and Hope

Welcome to Our Homeschool History Hard Times and Hope Course

What is the significance of Ellis Island? From whom did we receive the Statue of Liberty? These questions and more are answered in our nine-week course, Hard Times and Hope. Third and fourth grade students can study topics including indentured servants and slaves in the colonies, Abraham Lincoln, Reconstruction, and immigration.

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Hard Times and Hope

Length: 9 lessons
Content-type: Text based
Grades: 1–2


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