A. K. Fielding

Lesson Designer

A.K. Fielding is an historian, writer, artist, illustrator, and educator. She lives in the land of the free and the home of the brave with the papers of America’s founding generation, her paints, an amazing assortment of literary classics, and a relentless rabbit in her backyard. For more information on her writings and art, please visit trehanstreasures.com.


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Courses by A. K. Fielding

Early American History: Through reading, research, critical thinking and analysis, students will learn about the foundation of America. They will learn how the founding generation felt about issues relevant to their time that are still issues we face as a society today. In doing so, students shall be introduced to important eighteenth-century personalities who were elemental in the creation of the United States of America.

The American Revolution: Beginning with the first battle at Lexington and Concord, the course covers the period following the signing of the Declaration of Independence and stops at the end of the Revolutionary War with the signing of the Treaty of Paris. Students are expected to read critically for this course. Short biographies of key characters are included in the course for study.