Katharine J. Lualdi

Testimonials


“This is a thoughtful collection of obvious as well as less-obvious original sources that help students to gain a fuller understanding of the history recounted in the textbook. In particular, the sources that relate to individuals (whether testimony from a trial or a scene from a play) not only bring the periods, cultures and societies to life, but also help guard against the broad generalizations that first year students so commonly make.”
— Tim Stretton, St. Mary’s University
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“Accessible, certainly affordable, and pitched just right for first-year students. The documents have suitable breadth and scholarly apparatus (much better than free online sources). The edition is also carefully edited.”
— Paul Teverow, Missouri Southern State University  

“Concise, great questions, [and] variety of readings. It's exactly what a good history instructor would want. I love this text, and feel it does an outstanding job of allowing students to learn history from those who were there at the time.”
— Sarah Sullivan, McHenry County College

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“This is a thoughtful collection of obvious as well as less-obvious original sources that help students to gain a fuller understanding of the history recounted in the textbook. In particular, the sources that relate to individuals (whether testimony from a trial or a scene from a play) not only bring the periods, cultures and societies to life, but also help guard against the broad generalizations that first year students so commonly make.”
— Tim Stretton, St. Mary’s University
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“I have recommended the Sources of The Making of the West to several colleagues in various institutions and have told them that it contains sources that I want to use in the classroom and that students actually want to read and discuss.”
— Laura K. Hutchings, University of Utah
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“This is a thoughtful collection of obvious as well as less-obvious original sources that help students to gain a fuller understanding of the history recounted in the textbook. In particular, the sources that relate to individuals (whether testimony from a trial or a scene from a play) not only bring the periods, cultures and societies to life, but also help guard against the broad generalizations that first year students so commonly make.”
— Tim Stretton, St. Mary’s University
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“I have recommended the Sources of The Making of the West to several colleagues in various institutions and have told them that it contains sources that I want to use in the classroom and that students actually want to read and discuss.”
— Laura K. Hutchings, University of Utah
42344094
“This is a thoughtful collection of obvious as well as less-obvious original sources that help students to gain a fuller understanding of the history recounted in the textbook. In particular, the sources that relate to individuals (whether testimony from a trial or a scene from a play) not only bring the periods, cultures and societies to life, but also help guard against the broad generalizations that first year students so commonly make.”
— Tim Stretton, St. Mary’s University
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“I have recommended the Sources of The Making of the West to several colleagues in various institutions and have told them that it contains sources that I want to use in the classroom and that students actually want to read and discuss.”
— Laura K. Hutchings, University of Utah
42344443

Katharine J. Lualdi

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