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The Carter journals : time travels in early U.S. history / Shane Phipps.

Phipps, Shane, (author.).
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  • 7 of 7 copies available at Evergreen Indiana.

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Franklin Co PL Dist. - Laurel PL JFIC PHI (Text) 36241000384402 Juvenile Fiction Available -
Indiana State Library - Indianapolis [IYRC] ISLI 813 P573c (Text) 00000106144090 Young Reader's Collection Available -
 : Copy signed by The Author. [ jrl 2016-01-12 @ ISLI ]
Indiana State Library - Indianapolis [IYRC] ISLI 813 P573c (Text) 00000106144108 Young Reader's Collection Available -
Middletown Fall Creek Twp PL - Middletown J GREEN PHI (Text) 76331000127547 Children's Chapter Books Available -
New Castle-Henry County PL - New Castle 917.5604 PHIP (Text) 39231033473196 Young Adult Non-fiction Collection Available -
North Webster Comm. PL - North Webster J PHI (Text) 72436000116709 Juvenile Fiction Available -
South Whitley Comm. PL - South Whitley JF PHIPPS SHANE (Text) 30402004655504 TWEEN NOVEL Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9780871953650
  • ISBN: 087195365X
  • ISBN: 9780871953643
  • ISBN: 0871953641
  • Physical Description: xii, 189 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: Indianapolis : Indiana Historical Society Press, 2015.

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 183-185) and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Part one. The journal of Edward Carter : Beaufort, North Carolina, 1730 -- Part two. The journal of Ethan Carter : Yadkin Valley settlements, North Carolina, 1757 -- Part three. The journal of Landon Carter : Fort Watauga, North Carolina, 1775-76 -- Part four. The journal of Annabelle Carter : State of Franklin, 1788 -- Part five. The journal of Martin Carter : Fort Knox (Vincennes), Indiana Territory, 1811 -- Part six. The journal of David Carter : Metamora, Indiana, 1846 -- The journal of Andrew Carter : Corydon, Indiana, 1863 -- Afterword: What was fiction and what was real? -- Glossary.
Summary, etc.:
When fourteen-year-old Cody Carter s grandfather gives him a box of dusty leather journals written by their Carter ancestors, even the history-loving Cody could not have predicted the adventure he was about to take. Journal by journal, Cody is physically transported back in time to experience the lives of Carters on the frontier in North Carolina, Tennessee, and Indiana as the family moved ever westward in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. He hunts with Daniel Boone, huddles in a frontier fort under siege, makes friends with Native Americans in the Indiana Territory, operates a lock on the Whitewater Canal, hides slaves on the Underground Railroad, and experiences defeat at the Battle of Corydon. Ultimately, Cody confronts the difficult questions of war, westward expansion, and slavery while living the history of everyday people. Written by a history teacher determined to bring the past to life for his students, The Carter Journals reminds us that history is all around us---and that we daily make history of our own.
Target Audience Note:
Grades 7 to 8.
Subject: North Carolina > Description and travel
Franklin (State) > Description and travel > Juvenile literature.
Indiana > Description and travel
Carter family > Diaries > Juvenile literature.
Carter family > Travel > North Carolina > Juvenile literature.
Carter family > Travel > Indiana > Juvenile literature.
North Carolina > History > Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 > Juvenile literature.
Indiana > History > 19th century > Juvenile literature.

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