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Table of Contents
Part 1 THE CREATION OF A NEW AMERICAChapter 1 Old World, New Worlds Chapter 2 The First Century of Settlement in the Colonial South Chapter 3 The First Century of Settlement in the Colonial North Chapter 4 The Mosaic of Eighteenth-Century America Part 2 THE CREATION OF A NEW REPUBLIC Chapter 5 Toward the War for American Independence Chapter 6 The American People and the American Revolution Chapter 7 Crisis and Constitution Chapter 8 The Republic Launched Chapter 9 The Jeffersonian Republic Part 3 THE REPUBLIC TRANSFORMED AND TESTED Chapter 10 The Opening of America Chapter 11 The Rise of Democracy Chapter 12 The Fires of Perfection Chapter 13 The Old South Chapter 14 Western Expansion and the Rise of the Slavery Issue Chapter 15 The Union Broken Chapter 16 Total War and the Republic Chapter 17 Reconstructing the Union Part 4 THE UNITED STATES IN AN INDUSTRIAL AGE Chapter 18 The New South and the Trans-Mississippi West Chapter 19 The New Industrial Order (and more...)