Dover Historical Coloring Books
Arranged by time period, these historical coloring books from Dover are excellent for use with unit studies, multi-level teaching, and read aloud.
Ancient History Coloring Books
Celtic and Viking Times Coloring Books
Celtic Design Coloring Book
Thirty-seven interlacings, geometric-animal combinations, decorative initials, and more, all from authentic Celtic sources including Book of Kells.
Celtic Fashions Coloring Book
Forty-five ready-to-color illustrations depict over 4,000 years of Celtic apparel — from cloaks worn by European Celts circa 2000 BC to the elaborately embroidered costume of a 20th-century Irish step dancer. It also includes illustrations of period headgear, footwear, and jewelry.
Color Your Own Book of Kells
Twenty-eight full-page, ready-to-color illustrations from one of the most beautiful books of the early Middle Ages depict Celtic spirals and interlacings, celestial figures, saints, Celtic crosses, and other finely detailed elements.
Life in Celtic Times Coloring Book
Forty intriguing scenes: an Iron-Age village, Glastonbury fishermen, farmers harvesting grain, Celtic warriors on horseback, St. Patrick driving the snakes out of Ireland, and much more.
Story of the Vikings Coloring Book
Thirty-eight meticulous rendered illustrations of Viking saga: European raids, American and Russian presence, ship construction, weapons, art, literature, much more.
Middle Ages and Renaissance Coloring Books
North American History Coloring Books
Exploration of North America Coloring Book
Thirty-nine realistic illustrations depict Vikings in Vinland (ca. 1000 A.D.), Columbus’s ship Nina (1492), Ponce de Leon in Florida (1513), Verrazano exploring middle Atlantic coast (1524), and more.
Colonial and Early American Fashions Coloring Book
Forty-five accurate depictions of 17th-century Puritans, an indentured servant, an English officer and his lady, pirates, a colonial merchant’s family of the mid-1700s, more. Descriptive captions.
Early American Crafts and Occupations Coloring Book
Forty illustrations of textile dyers, herdsman, potter, furniture makers, cannon founders, ship carver, and more.
Early American Trades Coloring Book
Wigmakers, glassblowers, hatters, 19 other colonial craftsmen, with their tools and products on facing pages. There are forty-four illustrations and twenty-two descriptive captions.
Everyday Dress of the American Colonial Period Coloring Book
Authentically detailed drawings depict typical figures from revolutionary war period — broom seller, farmer, wagoner, Indian chief, cooper, doctor, wigmaker, lady, gentleman, town watchman, and many more. 46 lively drawings.
Life in Colonial America Coloring Book
Forty-four detailed, ready-to-color illustrations depict the stirring drama of American life before the Revolution. Images include arrival from Europe, encounters with Native Americans, the Dutch colony of New Amsterdam, the deck of a slave ship, a frontier fort, a colonial kitchen, and much more. Descriptive captions provide brief history lessons.
Story of the American Revolution Coloring Book
Forty finely drawn dramatic scenes: the Boston Massacre, Paul Revere’s ride, execution of Nathan Hale, much more. Royalty-free, captioned illustrations.
Uniforms of the American Revolution Coloring Book
Thirty-one lively drawings reproduce an exciting panorama of military attire. Complete instructions for accurately coloring the buckskin, fur, and feathered clothing of common soldiers, the distinctive colors of English, and French troops, and more.
Benjamin Franklin Coloring Book
Thirty carefully researched scenes introduce youngsters to the intelligent and generous man who played many important roles in American history. Includes illustrations of Benjamin Franklin during the American Revolution, as a statesman, inventor, commissioner to France, and more.
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George Washington Coloring Book
Memorable scenes from the life of the first American president, among them a battle with British forces against the French in 1754, appointment as commander-in-chief of the Continental Army (1775), and victory at Yorktown (1781). Entertaining, practical reference for young students of American history. There are forty-two black-and-white illustrations.
Lewis and Clark Expedition Coloring Book
Forty-five accurate, precisely rendered illustrations recapture highpoints of expedition. Captions identify action and provide background information.
Story of Sacajawea Coloring Book
Scenes from the life of this remarkable young Native American include her abduction as a child by enemy tribesmen, life as a captive, marriage to a French trader, her invaluable service during the Lewis and Clark expedition as an interpreter and guide (1805), and her eventual return to the land of her childhood. Informative captions included.
Empire Fashions Coloring Book
Late-18th- and early-19th-century French fashions are shown in forty-five detailed, accurate illustrations. Included are representations of claw-hammer frock coats and vests for the well-dressed man, loose pantaloons and shorter skirts for the working classes, high-waisted promenade gowns for fashionable ladies, and accessories.
Amistad Coloring Book
The Amistad Coloring Book features 28 ready-to-color illustrations, among them the capture of Africans in their homeland, their revolt aboard ship in Havana, imprisonment in a New Haven jail, and their successful defense before the Supreme Court by former U.S. President John Quincy Adams.
Story of the California Gold Rush Coloring Book
In this coloring book are forty scenes including Sutter’s mill, mining camps, boomtowns, panning for gold, old San Francisco and more
Story of the Underground Railroad Coloring Book
Forty-four illustrated scenes tell the story of the secret network that took runaway slaves from southern states to the North and Canada between 1830 and 1860. Descriptive captions are included
California Missions Coloring Book
Accurate renderings of 21 structures: San Diego de Alcala, San Juan Capistrano, Santa Clara de Asis, San Jose de Guadalupe, Santa Cruz, many more, plus realistic vignettes of mission life.
Fashions of the Old South Coloring Book
Clothing worn by plantation society shortly before the beginning of the Civil War. This collection of 29 carefully researched illustrations captures the fine details of these garments, which include walking costumes, evening gowns, morning and afternoon dresses, and wedding apparel for women, as well as suits, vests, trousers, and handsome military uniforms.
Abraham Lincoln Coloring Book
There are over forty illustrations from the life of Abraham Lincoln including log-cabin birthplace, debating Douglas, Gettysburg Address, more.
Civil War Fashions Coloring Book
Forty-five illustrations of officers in handsome military outfits, ladies in elegant daytime and evening dresses and children in apparel mirroring adult fashions.
Civil War Uniforms Coloring Book
Accurate representations of period apparel depict 21 Confederate uniforms, 24 Union uniforms, different ranks, states, units; historical figures include Grant, Lee, Farragut, and others — shown in color on covers.
From Antietam to Gettysburg: A Civil War Coloring Book
With detailed, informative captions, there are forty-five illustrations that document personalities and battlefield action of the War Between the States.
Soldier’s Life in the Civil War Coloring Book
This coloring book dramatically captures the danger, hardships, tedium, and lighter moments in the life of a Civil War soldier. There are forty-five realistically rendered illustrations depict new recruits saying good-bye to loved ones, trying on uniforms, spending a relaxed evening in camp, posing for a photographer, facing a cavalry attack, and more.
Story of the Civil War Coloring Book
Forty accurately detailed illustrations of important figures, historic moments in epic conflict: bombardment of Ft. Sumter, Lee” Surrender at Appomattox, Lincoln’s assassination, more. Descriptive captions.
Old-Fashioned Farm Life Coloring Book: Nineteenth Century Activities on the Firestone Farm at Greenfield Village
With captions for each of the forty-three illustrations, the Old-Fashioned Farm Life Coloring Book shows many different scenes. Plowing, planting, mowing hay, making maple syrup, shearing sheep, and churning butter are some of the typical farm activities depicted in this coloring book.
Victorian Fashions Coloring Book
Cowboys of the Old West Coloring Book
Western Pioneers Coloring Book
Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island Coloring Book
Story of the Wright Brothers Coloring Book
Story of World War II Coloring Book
North American Indians Coloring Books
Great Native Americans
Artist Peter Copeland portrays 42 outstanding Native Americans who lived between the 17th and 20th centuries. There are descriptive captions with biographical information on each subject. Among the 42 Native Americans are Queen Aliquippa of the Delawares, Gertrude Simmons Bonnin of the Yankton Sioux, Joseph Brant of the Mohawk, Geronimo of the Apache, King Philip of the Wampanoag, and Sequoyah of the Cherokee.
Indian Tribes of North America Coloring Book
Northwest Coast Indians Coloring Book
Plains Indians Coloring Book
Pocahontas Coloring Book
Southeast Indians Coloring Book
Southwest Indians Coloring Book
Woodlands Indians Coloring Book
Wigwams, Longhouses and Other Native American Dwellings Coloring Book