Current Version Version: 1.0
Developer Jeffrey Grimes
Rating
Price Free
Filed Under Education
Age rating 9+
Compatibility
  • iPad

Description

The American Revolution comes to life with a fully interactive textbook and study guide designed exclusively for the iPad by a high school senior with a passion for U.S. History. Journey through the formation of our country with interactive flashcards, explorable war maps, audio narrations, review quizzes, interactive biographies, and explorable images.

In this interactive guide to the American Revolution, you will feel the passion of our nation's founders as they fought for independence, whether you are casually learning about the most formative era of our history or studying for a test. The Revolution is alive in this easy-to-learn interactive format for anyone to explore.

Features include:

* An AP U.S. History teacher's narrations of key themes, such as the long-term impacts of the revolution on women's rights, slavery, and religion

* Interactive maps showing the movements of British, American, and French forces from Lexington in April 1775 to Yorktown in October 1781

* Historical mini-features including The Battle of Yorktown, American Society, The Principles Behind the War, Court vs. Country Politics, Contemporary International Revolutions, Historical Debate, and The Revolution at the Box Office

* Review questions on topics including the British march to Concord, Washington's mission to cross the Delaware, the Battle of Saratoga, the Politics of Harmony, the Paxton Boys, Continental Congress, and more

* Interactive biographies of George Washington, Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, James Madison, Thomas Paine, and Sam Adams

* Explorable images: The Shot Heard 'Round the World and Paul Revere's engraving of the Boston Massacre

* Interactive examination of the Declaration of Independence and the 27 accusations that the colonists leveled against King George

* Artwork of the Revolution: John Trumbull's "Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776," Emanuel Gottlieb Leutze's "Washington Crossing the Delaware," Trumbull's "Surrender of General Burgoyne," and Trumbull's "Lord Cornwallis Surrenders"

* Interactive timeline flashcards of the events between 1750 and 1776

Download the app for free to explore the birth of the United States!

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