An interpretive history of the US from colonial times to the present. Emphasizes both political history with solid coverage of social history.
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- 5th ed., combined ed
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- 8.06(w) x 9.86(h) x 1.81(d)
Table of Contents
1. The Old World and the New World.
2. The Beginnings: The South.
3. The Beginnings: New England.
4. The Beginnings: The Middle Colonies.
5. The New People: American Life and Thought in the Eighteenth Century.
6. The New People Seize Independence.
7. Forming the Nation.
8. The New Nation: The Federalist Era.
9. The Age of Jefferson: Expansion and War.
10. The Nationalist Era.
11. The Great Transformation 1815-1850: Human and Physical Dimensions.
12. The Age of Jackson: A Republican Culture.
13. The Age of Jackson, Center Stage: The National Debate.
14. Surge to the Pacific.
15. Abolitionism: The Building Storm.
16. The Shifting Balance: The North and the South at Midcentury.
17. Disruption Begins: Bleeding Kansas.
18. The Nation Splits Apart.
19. The Civil War.
21. Gilded Age America 1870s-1890s: Growth and Development.
22. Gilded Age America 1870s-1890s: The Nation in Crisis.
23. Gilded Age America 1870s-1890s: Center Stage—The National Debate.
24. Emergence to World Power.
25. The Progressive Era: New Ways of Thinking.
26. The Progressive Era; Republicans in Charge.
27. The Progressive Era: Democrats in Charge.
28. America and the First World War.
29. Life and Thought in the New Urban America.
30. The New Era: Triumph and Disaster.
31. Franklin D. Roosevelt and the New Deal.
32. America and World War II.
33. The Cold War.
34. Complacent Years: Truman and Eisenhower.
35. The Turbulent 1960s: The Egalitarian Surge Builds Momentum.
36. The Turbulent 1960s: The Flood Tide of Reform Peaks and Falls Back.
37. The End of American Innocence: The Vietnam War.
38. Watergate, the Ford-Carter Years, and the Reagan Revolution.
39. The American People and Nation: Comparisons.
The Declaration of Independence.
The Constitution of the United States.
Date of Statehood.
Population of the United States.
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