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ANIMATED ATLAS: THE EARLY COLONIES


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ANIMATED ATLAS: THE EARLY COLONIES
Animated maps with overlaid illustrations and captions help students visualize the where, when, and why of North America’s early colonies: the Spanish in Florida and the West; the French in Canada; the English at Roanoke and Jamestown; the Pilgrims at Plymouth; the Puritans at Boston, Hartford, and New Haven; Roger Williams in Rhode Island; the Dutch in New Netherland; New Sweden; and Catholics in Maryland. Europe’s religious intolerance is seen as a major motivation behind many of these colonies, while landforms and water routes are seen to influence site selections. Grades 4–10. Color. 22 minutes. SVE. ©2003.

"Through the use of color, various overlays, and easily recogized icons, the program creatively points out how a number of factors...combined to shape the initial development of the United States...A solid addition for a U.S. history unit on colonial America..."
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"Animated maps of North America, South America, and Europe effectively illustrate and explain early development of the colonies and relationships between the countries."—Booklist

"...this video provides a great deal of interesting information."—School Library Journal

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