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The story of American history from the beginning to 1877
The American Republic to 1877 is a student-friendly presentation of American history, from pre-exploration to 1877. Its unparalleled author team, including National Geographic, ensures accuracy in every detail of the narrative, maps, and charts. The program emphasizes skill development—from reading maps to analyzing primary and secondary sources to exploring the connections between history and geography, economics, government, citizenship, and current events.
How Do I Study HistoryNATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Reference AtlasNATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Geography HandbookReading for InformationUNIT 1 Different Worlds Meet Beginnings to 1625 The First Americans, Prehistory to 1492 Exploring the Americas, 1400-1625 UNIT 2 Colonial Settlement 1587-1770 Colonial America, 1587-1770 The Colonies Grow, 1607-1770UNIT 3 Creating a Nation 1763-1791 Road to Independence, 1763-1776 The Declaration of Independence The American Revolution, 1776-1783 A More Perfect Union, 1777-1790Civics in Action: A Citizenship Handbook The Constitution of the UnitedStatesUNIT 4 The New Republic 1789-1825 A New Nation, 1789-1800 The Jefferson Era, 1800-1816Growth and Expansion, 1790-1825UNIT 5 The Growing Nation 1820-1860 The Jackson Era, 1824-1845Manifest Destiny, 1818-1853 North and South, 1820-1860 The Age of Reform, 1820-1860 UNIT 6 Civil War and Reconstruction 1846-1896 Road to Civil War, 1820-1861The Civil War, 1861-1865 Reconstruction and Its Aftermath, 1865-1896 Unit 7 Modern America Emerges Reshaping the Nation, 1877-PresentReshaping the Nation 1877-1929 The Making of Modern America, 1929-Present The War on Terrorism Appendix Primary Source Library
Posted January 13, 2007
I am in 8th grade and use this book in my social studies classes. It explains what happened during a specific time frame and is detailed. I actually enjoy social studies using this book.
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