30 Days of History is designed to give your students 4-6 weeks of daily work focused on a specific topic or time period. Each looks at significant terms and events and asks 7 questions on each that will draw your students into researching and learning more. 30 Days of History: Early American Transportation looks at 30 aspects of early transportation history including Washington’s Trail, Braddock’s Road, Forbes Road, the Clermont, the Cumberland Road, the Santa Fe Trail, the Erie Canal, the Pennsylvania Canal, the Oregon Trail, the Pony Express, and the transcontinental railroad. This can be used as a supplement to your history class, a tool to help develop research skills, or fun work to fill in as needed. However you use it, you’re sure to learn more about early transportation in America and discover history along the way. Ages 11-18.