|Written specifically for Missouri students and teachers|
|Material is up to date and correlates to Missouri Content and
Knowledge Show-Me Standards|
|Written by Robert F. Brown, author of a previous Missouri history text|
|End-of-chapter activities encourage participation and develop skills|
|Superior teacher support materials:|
|Teacher Guide contains teaching suggestions, answers, Missouri history
timeline, Missouri Mosaic resources|
|Reproducible Blackline Masters for student activities and tests|
|Written to State Course of Study|
|Contains Primary Sources|
|Hundreds of Maps and Illustrations|
|Clear writing style|
|Complete program of activities|
|Vocabulary terms set in bold type and defined in place|
|Complete glossary of vocabulary terms|
|Spotlight feature highlights important or interesting individuals,
|Textbook and student activities recognize the diversity of Missouri's
racial and ethnic groups|
|Interesting and useful maps and charts|
|One-page chapter activities provides review and reinforcement.|
|Student activities in the Blackline Masters and Teacher Guide
incorporate technology, multiple disciplines, diversity|
Student Textbook: $37.95.
Teacher Guide: $24.95.
Blackline Master - Student Activities / Chapter Tests / Maps.
For every 25 textbooks purchased, we will provide a free teachers guide
and a free blackline master.
Call us at (573) 698-3903 for more information.
Table of Contents
1 Learning About Our State
2 The Land of Missouri
3 Early Missouri
4 The State of Missouri
5 Missouri After the Civil War
6 A Changing Missouri
7 Modern Missouri
8 The Struggles for Freedom
9 A Rich Missouri
10 Government in Missouri
11 Show Me Missouri
12 Missouri's People
A The Symbols of Missouri
B The Counties of Missouri
C The Governors of Missouri
Robert F. Brown, a native of Kansas City grew up in St. Charles county.
He earned a bachelorís degree in history and communications from Southeast
Missouri State University. He has worked in journalism and public relations
for many years. Missouri history is a passion of his. His clear writing
style makes his work popular with both students and teachers.
Teachers and administrators may request a sample pupil edition by sending
a request to the contact listed below. All samples must be shipped to a
school address. Please request only one sample per state history teacher.
Pebble Publishing, Inc. & Missouri Gold Booksellers
P.O. Box 2 Rocheport, MO 65279
Phones: (573) 698-3903 Fax: (573)