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Ohio Science: A Closer Look [Grade 5]

by Macmillan Mcgraw-Hill

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Ohio Studies

by Herman J. Viola Sarah Witham Bednarz Cheryl Jennings

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Ohio The United States: Early Years

by James A. Banks Kevin P. Colleary Linda Greenow

Macmillian/McGraw-Hill TIMELINKS Grade 4 (or grade 5 or 6) builds geographic mastery with maps and skills, offers reading skills and strategies to reinforce Reading/Language Arts skills, and integrates Dinah Zike's Foldables® to help students improve comprehension. * Two volumes per grade * Available as single copies or in grade level sets

The Ohlone Indians

by Catherine Dilts

The Ohlone story begins with the very first Americans. Have you ever wondered who they were and where they came from? In order to find out the origins of these people, we will review some geography to locate North America in relation to the rest of the world.

Oil Spill! [Grade 4]

by Melvin Berger Paul Mirocha

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OK: The Improbable Story of America's Greatest Word

by Allan Metcalf

It is said to be the most frequently spoken (or typed) word on the planet, more common than an infant's first word ma or the ever-present beverage Coke. It was even the first word spoken on the moon. It is "OK"-- the most ubiquitous and invisible of American expressions, one used countless times every day. Yet few of us know the secret history of OK--how it was coined, what it stood for, and the amazing extent of its influence. Allan Metcalf, a renowned popular writer on language, here traces the evolution of America's most popular word, writing with brevity and wit, and ranging across American history with colorful portraits of the nooks and crannies in which OK survived and prospered. He describes how OK was born as a lame joke in a newspaper article in 1839--used as a supposedly humorous abbreviation for "oll korrect" (ie, "all correct")--but should have died a quick death, as most clever coinages do. But OK was swept along in a nineteenth-century fad for abbreviations, was appropriated by a presidential campaign (one of the candidates being called "Old Kinderhook"), and finally was picked up by operators of the telegraph. Over the next century and a half, it established a firm toehold in the American lexicon, and eventually became embedded in pop culture, from the "I'm OK, You're OK" of 1970's transactional analysis, to Ned Flanders' absurd "Okeley Dokeley!" Indeed, OK became emblematic of a uniquely American attitude, and is one of our most successful global exports. Anyone who loves the life of words or the quirky corners of American culture will find this delightful book [is] more than just OK.

The Oklahoma Adventure

by Billie Joan English Sharon Cooper Calhoun

This is a textbook on the history of Oklahoma.

The Oklahoma Adventure

by Billie Joan English Sharon Cooper Calhoun

Read about the history and current events of Oklahoma. Topics covered include: on early days in Oklahoma, settlement, territorial days, war & development and coming of age. This book also contains interesting stories about Oklahoma.

Oklahoma: The History of an American State

by Rita Geiger Ellen Sue Blakey

How can a state that is so young have such a strong sense of history? After all, Oklahoma only became a state at the beginning of the twentieth century. There are still people alive who remember those events, and the stories are still fresh in the memories of families. At the same time, the geographical area that includes Oklahoma is one of the oldest places on the continent. Compared to our ancient mountains--worn away with age and time--the Rocky Mountains are still young.

Oklahoma Holt Algebra 1

by David J. Chard Earlene J. Hall Edward B. Burger

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Oklahoma Integrated Science (Grade 7)

by Mcdougal Littell

McDougal Littell Science pulls together units from the different categories of science to give you a broad picture of how scientists study nature.

Oklahoma, Land of Opportunity

by Bonnie Mcdonald

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Oklahoma Math [Grade 4]

by Matt Larson Miriam A. Leiva Juli K. Dixon

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Oklahoma: The Sooner State

by Carol Haralson

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The Oklahoma Story

by Gibbs Smith

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Oklahoma Unit Assessment [Grade 3]

by Macmillan Mcgraw-Hill

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