Provides students with simple, fact-filled books they can make as they focus on important people, places and events in United States history.Mount. Rushmore. In 1885 Charles E. Rushmore, an attorney from New York, was visiting the Black Hills of South Dakota. He asked what the name of a particular mountain was, and his guide told him that he didna#39;t know a name but they would call it Rushmore. ... He envisioned creating the figures carved to their waists on the granite spires or needles on the mountain. Gutzon ... Before work could start, a stairway made of 506 steps was built for the work crew to climb each day. Just theanbsp;...
|Title||:||Us History Little Books Famous Places|
|Author||:||Brenda Strickland, Pat Walker, Teacher Created Resources|
|Publisher||:||Teacher Created Resources - 2002-02-01|