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Contents - Articles and Stories on this Website

The following stories are included on the Junior History Press website. They are all also listed as links in individual articles. However, this Contents page shows links to all of the stories in one place.  

Home Page of Junior History Press

List of all books and educational material available on this Site

How to order the books and material

Topics about the Battle of Cowpens

The book, Spirit Up the People - Four Days to the Cowpens

Information on the author, Gerald F. Teaster

The illustrator of the Cowpens book, Doug Sanders

Anniversary celebrations at Cowpens National Battlefield

Herald Journal newspaper article about why the Cowpens book was written

Cover of the book, Spirit Up the People

Morgan's March Re-enactment- Travel in the footsteps of Morgan's army


Topics about the Submarine H. L. Hunley

Eyewitness account to the recovery of the Hunley

Eyewitness account of seeing the Hunley up close in its preservation tank

Perspective - Thoughts on the Hunley's homecoming

The book,
Confederates Courageous - The Story of the Confederate Submarine H. L. Hunley

New Book Review of Confederates Courageous

To preview several pages of the book


About the Federal ship, USS Housatonic

Details about the Educational Thematic Unit on the H. L. Hunley - Part 1

Details about the Hunley Thematic Unit - Part 2

The Teacher Support Page for the Hunley Thematic Unit

Preview sample material from every part  of the Thematic Unit

List of South Carolina Educational Standards that are supported and reinforced by using the Unit.

List of South Carolina Schools  using the Hunley Unit.

Comments and reference from middle school teacher that has used the Hunley Unit Study Guide with 6th, 7th and 8th grades.

Comments and reference from parent using the Hunley Unit in Homeschooling

To read the latest developments on raising, restoring and displaying the submarine Hunley

Full details of past events about the Hunley since July, 1999

The story of the full size replica of the Hunley at the Charleston Museum and how it was built

Replica under construction at BCD Technical Education Center

Read about the differences between the real sub and the replica

Picture of BCD Mech Tech Class of 1967 and replica

Charleston's Civil War sites related to the Hunley

Information and photos of Fort Sumter

Information and photos of Fort Moultrie

Photos inside of Fort Moultrie

Information and photos of the Battery or White Point Gardens

Information and photos of Breach Inlet

Information and photos of Battery Marshall

Information and photos of Magnolia Cemetery

Graves of Horace Hunley and other sailors from the submarine

Cover of  book, The Confederate Submarine H.L. Hunley - no longer in print

To read about the all the controversies that have surrounded the Hunley

Topics about the Confederate Steam Torpedo Boat CSS David

The book, The Confederate Steam Torpedo Boat CSS David

Cover of book, The Confederate Steam Torpedo Boat CSS David

To preview several pages of the book

The illustrator of the David  book, Rick Rowland

Details about the Educational Thematic Unit on the CSS David - Page 1

Details about the CSS David Thematic Unit - Page 2

The Teacher Support Page for the David Thematic Unit

Preview sample material from every part  of the Thematic Unit

The story of the full size replica of the David in Berkeley County, SC and how it was built

Picture of BCD Mech Tech Class of 1970 and the David Replica

Picture of the replica and the USS Seahorse (SSN669)

Photos of the David replica at Old Santee Canal Park in Moncks Corner, SC

Photos of large scale wooden model of the CSS David on display at the Interpretive Center at the Old Santee Canal Park

Photos of inside of forward part  of large scale wooden model

Photos of inside of midships part  of large scale wooden model

Photos of  inside of  aft part of large scale wooden model

Topics about the Classroom Behavior System Common Cents

Full details about Common Cents Classroom Behavior System

Topics of Common Cents program 

Background  of program and how it was developed

Answers to frequently asked questions

Information about what is furnished with the program

Information about buying Common Cents program

Information about Common Cents author Claudia Teaster Cordray


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Summerville, SC 29484-0157, USA

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