On File TM is our award-winning collection of visual reference materials. Each On File TM depicts complex subjects in a way that both engages and informs students and researchers. These flexible resources fit into every curriculum. -- Instructors can use the pages for handouts, overheads, posters, and testing. -- Students can use them as quick sources of information, to reference curriculum topics, or to supplement their essays and reports. -- On Files TM are available in either binder or electronic format. Highly Accessible and Visually Engaging Since their first arrival in the New World, the experiences of individual ethnic groups have often been lost in the larger story of American history. Now, the multivolume Ethnic Minorities in America set provides a compelling and highly visual overview of each group. Utilizing our award-winning On File TM format, this unique blend of visual material and explanatory text details the histories and experiences of African Americans, Asian Americans, and Hispanic Americans. Maps, timelines, charts, and diagrams help explore the cultural, historical, political, and social histories of these three major groups. Coverage also profiles key events and issues in each group's homelands, especially those factors that influenced their movement to the United States. Ideal for the middle and high school curriculum, this set will help every student explore America's rich cultural landscape. Highlights: -- An informative background offers a historical overview of each group, including origins, cultural traditions, geography, and more. -- Interdisciplinary coverage of a broad range of curriculum areas ensures an in-depthunderstanding of each subject. -- Multicultural volumes foster an appreciation for cultural diversity. -- The inviting black-and-white graphic design of all maps, timelines, charts, and diagrams will appeal to today's visually oriented students.