American Journey: The Quest for Liberty since 1865

American Journey: The Quest for Liberty since 1865

by James West Davidson

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ISBN-13: 9780133905687
Publisher: Prentice Hall School Division
Publication date: 01/28/1992

Table of Contents

UNIT 1 The Americas 1(92)
Geography of the Americas (Prehistory-Present)
2(32)
Geography and History
4(4)
Tools of Geography
8(4)
An American Portrait Gouverneur Kemble Warren: Mapmaker of the American West
9(3)
Thinking Geographically
12(3)
Landforms and Regions of the Americas
15(9)
Up Close An Artist Crosses the United States
16(4)
Geographic Connection Death Valley
20(4)
Climates of the Americas
24(10)
Dictionary of Geographic Terms
28(2)
Skill Lesson 1 Map, Graph, and Chart Skills: The Parts of a Map
30(1)
Study Guide
31(3)
The First Americans (Prehistory-1600)
34(22)
Uncovering the American Past
36(3)
Settling North America
39(8)
Geographic Connection Shells as Money
41(2)
Up Close Horses Come to the Plains
43(4)
Empires of the Americas
47(9)
An American Portrait Pachacuti: Founder of the Inca Empire
51(1)
Skill Lesson 2 Critical Thinking Skills: A Painting as a Primary Source
52(1)
Study Guide
53(3)
European Exploration (1000--1650)
56(36)
Europe Reaches Out to a Wider World
58(5)
Search for New Trade Routes
63(6)
Linking Past and Present New Frontiers
67(2)
Explorers and Conquerors
69(8)
An American Portrait Dona Marina: Adviser to a Conquistador
74(1)
Up Close Adventures in the Spanish Borderlands
75(2)
Staking Claims in North America
77(15)
Skill Lesson 3 Critical Thinking Skills: Understanding Causes and Effects
82(1)
Study Guide
83(3)
Gazette
86(2)
Unit 1 Summary
88(2)
Unit 1 Review
90(2)
UNIT 2 Colonies Take Root 92(94)
Colonizing the Americas (1530--1690)
94(28)
The Rise of New Spain
96(7)
An American Portrait Juana Ines de la Cruz: Poet and Scholar
100(3)
The French and Dutch Look North
103(6)
Linking Past and Present Wall Street
107(2)
The First English Colonies
109(5)
Up Close Mystery at Roanoke
109(5)
A Haven for Pilgrims
114(8)
Skill Lesson 4 Map, Graph, and Chart Skills: Reading a Line Graph
118(1)
Study Guide
119(3)
The 13 English Colonies (1630--1750)
122(28)
Puritan New England
124(6)
Settling the Middle Colonies
130(6)
Life in America The First Jewish Settlement in North America
131(1)
Up Close William Penn: A Quaker on Trial in England
132(4)
Early Days of the Southern Colonies
136(5)
An American Portrait James Oglethorpe: Defender of England's Debtors
139(2)
Ruling the Colonies
141(9)
Skill Lesson 5 Critical Thinking Skills: Using a Primary Source
146(1)
Study Guide
147(3)
Colonial Life (1630--1775)
150(36)
The Hard Working New England Colonies
152(4)
The Prosperous Middle Colonies
156(4)
Two Ways of Life in the Southern Colonies
160(6)
Eyewitness Terrors of the Middle Passage
163(2)
Up Close A Day in the Life of a Backcountry Woman
165(1)
New Ideas and Beliefs
166(6)
The Colonies Grow and Prosper
172(14)
An American Portrait John Peter Zenger: Fighter for Freedom of the Press
173(3)
Skill Lesson 6 Map, Graph, and Chart Skills: Reading a Bar Graph
176(1)
Study Guide
177(3)
Gazette
180(2)
Unit 2 Summary
182(2)
Unit 2 Review
184(2)
UNIT 3 From Revolution to Republic 186(94)
The Road to Revolution (1745--1775)
188(30)
Rivals for North America
190(3)
The French and Indian War
193(5)
A Storm Over Taxes
198(4)
The Quarrel Deepens
202(5)
An American Portrait Mercy Otis Warren: Crusader for Liberty
205(2)
To Arms!
207(11)
Up Close The Boston Tea Party
208(3)
Americans All Four Who Challenged the British
211(3)
Skill Lesson 7 Map, Graph, and Chart Skills: Using a Time Line
214(1)
Study Guide
215(3)
The War for Independence (1775--1783)
218(28)
Early Battles
220(4)
Independence Declared
224(3)
Linking Past and Present Fourth of July
226(1)
Desperate Days
227(6)
An American Portrait Bernardo de Galvez: Champion of the Patriot Cause
232(1)
Other Battlefronts
233(5)
Up Close A Young Girl's War
236(2)
The World Turned Upside Down
238(8)
Skill Lesson 8 Critical Thinking Skills: Comparing Points of View
242(1)
Study Guide
243(3)
Creating a Republic (1776--1790)
246(34)
A Confederation of States
248(4)
Up Close Through the Cumberland Gap With Daniel Boone
251(1)
Growing Pains
252(4)
A Grand Convention
256(4)
An American Portrait Richard Allen: Leader of the American Black Church
257(3)
A More Perfect Union
260(6)
Ratifying the Constitution
266(14)
Americans All Protecting Religious Freedom
269(1)
Skill Lesson 9 Critical Thinking Skills: Analyzing Political Ideas
270(1)
Study Guide
271(3)
Gazette
274(2)
Unit 3 Summary
276(2)
Unit 3 Review
278(2)
CIVICS OVERVIEW
The Constitution at Work 280(26)
The Goals of the Constitution
281(4)
Issue for Today Government Spending
284(1)
Five Principles of the Constitution
285(6)
A Living Constitution
291(3)
The National Government at Work
294(6)
Citizenship at Work
300(6)
Issue for Today Voter Registration
301(2)
Skill Lesson Map, Graph, and Chart Skills: Reading a Flow Chart
303(1)
Civics Review
304(2)
UNIT 4 The New Republic 306(94)
The New Government Begins (1789--1800)
308(26)
Washington Leads the Nation
310(6)
Geographic Connection Building the Nation's Capital
313(2)
Up Close The Whiskey Rebellion
315(1)
Avoiding War
316(5)
The First Political Parties
321(4)
An American Portrait Benjamin Banneker: American Genius
324(1)
John Adams As President
325(9)
Skill Lesson 10 Critical Thinking Skills: Distinguishing Fact From Opinion
330(1)
Study Guide
331(3)
The Jefferson Era (1801--1816)
334(30)
Republicans in Power
336(3)
The Louisiana Purchase
339(7)
Geographic Connection New Orleans
340(4)
An American Portrait Sacajawea: Guide to Lewis and Clark
344(2)
Protecting American Neutrality
346(4)
The Road to War
350(4)
Up Close Two Shawnee Brothers Seek Unity
352(2)
The War of 1812
354(10)
Skill Lesson 11 Map, Graph, and Chart Skills: Following Routes on a Map
360(1)
Study Guide
361(305)
Voices and Visions
Literature The Man Without a Country
666(3)
First Person At the Battle of New Orleans
669
The Growing Years (1790--1825)
364(36)
A Bloodless Revolution
366(3)
Linking Past and Present From Machines to Robots
368(1)
Growth of Industry
369(5)
Up Close A Yankee Clockmaker
371(3)
A People on the Move
374(6)
An American Portrait De Witt Clinton: Promoter of the Erie Canal
379(1)
A Sense of National Unity
380(5)
The Spirit of Independence Spreads
385(15)
Skill Lesson 12 Map, Graph, and Chart Skills: Reading a Circle Graph
390(1)
Study Guide
391(3)
Gazette
394(2)
Unit 4 Summary
396(2)
Unit 4 Review
398(2)
UNIT 5 An Expanding Nation 400(112)
The Jackson Era (1824--1840)
402(24)
The People's President
404(4)
New Mood in the White House
408(4)
Life in America Artist of the American Frontier
411(1)
Jackson Proves His Strength
412(6)
An American Portrait Osceola: Fighter Against Indian Removal
417(1)
Jackson's Successors
418(8)
Up Close The Log Cabin Campaign of 1840
419(3)
Skill Lesson 13 Critical Thinking Skills: Reading a Political Cartoon
422(1)
Study Guide
423(3)
From Sea to Shining Sea (1820--1860)
426(30)
Oregon Fever
428(5)
An American Portrait James Beckwourth: Mountain Man, Scout, Pioneer
430(3)
A Country Called Texas
433(6)
Americans All Winning Independence for Texas
435(1)
Up Close Remember the Alamo!
436(3)
Manifest Destiny
439(3)
The Mexican War
442(5)
Surge to the Pacific
447(9)
Skill Lesson 14 Critical Thinking Skills: Using a Diary as a Primary Source
452(1)
Study Guide
453(3)
The Different Worlds of the North and South (1820--1860)
456(26)
The Growth of Industry in the North
458(5)
An American Portrait Cyrus McCormick: Inventor and Business Leader
459(4)
Life in the Industrial North
463(6)
Eyewitness "R": Letter From a Factory Girl, 1847
465(4)
Cotton Becomes King
469(3)
Life in the Cotton Kingdom
472(10)
Up Close Flight for Freedom
476(2)
Skill Lesson 15 Map, Graph, and Chart Skills: Comparing Two Line Graphs
478(1)
Study Guide
479(3)
A Reforming Age (1820--1860)
482(30)
Liberty for All
484(5)
An American Portrait William Whipper: Black Abolitionist
487(2)
Women Are Created Equal
489(4)
Reform Sweeps the Country
493(4)
Up Close Dorothea Dix: Helping the Helpless
493(4)
New Voices, New Visions
497(15)
Life in America The Abolitionist Poetry of John Greenleaf Whittier
499(3)
Skill Lesson 16 Research Skills: Using the Card Catalog
502(1)
Study Guide
503(3)
Gazette
506(2)
Unit 5 Summary
508(2)
Unit 5 Review
510(2)
UNIT 6 The Nation Torn Apart 512(88)
The Road to Civil War (1820--1861)
514(26)
Slavery or Freedom in the West
516(2)
Saving the Union
518(6)
An American Portrait Harriet Beecher Stowe: Author of Uncle Tom's Cabin
523(1)
Bloodshed in Kansas
524(5)
Eyewitness An Attack on the Dred Scott Decision
528(1)
Republicans Challenge Slavery
529(4)
Up Close The Lincoln-Douglas Campaign Trail
530(3)
The South Breaks Away
533(7)
Skill Lesson 17 Map, Graph, and Chart Skills: Reading an Election Map
536(1)
Study Guide
537(3)
Torn by War (1861--1865)
540(30)
Preparing for War
542(4)
The Struggle Begins
546(5)
An American Portrait David Glasgow Farragut: Bold Commander of the Union Fleet
549(2)
Freedom
551(3)
Hardships of War
554(6)
Americans All Fighting for the Blue and the Gray
555(5)
Victory at Appomattox
560(10)
Up Close Lee at Gettysburg
561(5)
Skill Lesson 18 Map, Graph, and Chart Skills: Reading a Chart
566(1)
Study Guide
567(3)
Rebuilding the Union (1864--1877)
570(30)
First Steps Toward Reunion
572(4)
Up Close Charlotte Forten and Black Education
574(2)
Congress Takes Charge
576(6)
Eyewitness A Freedman Writes to His Former Owner
579(3)
The Reconstruction South
582(5)
An American Portrait Blanche K. Bruce: African American Senator
583(4)
End of an Era
587(13)
Skill Lesson 19 Research Skills: Finding Information in the Library
590(1)
Study Guide
591(3)
Gazette
594(2)
Unit 6 Summary
596(2)
Unit 6 Review
598(2)
The Journey Continues (1877-Present) 600(104)
A Nation of Nations
602(5)
Up Close A Young Filipino in America
603(4)
The New Industrial America
607(6)
A Changing Government
613(4)
Looking Abroad
617(87)
Reference Section 704(71)
Historical Atlas
706(8)
Geographic Atlas
714(8)
The Fifty States
722(1)
Gazetteer of American History
723(7)
A Chronology of American History
730(4)
Connections With American Literature
734(2)
Presidents of the United States
736(5)
Glossary
741(1)
Pronunciation Key
741(8)
The Declaration of Independence
749(4)
The Constitution of the United States of America
753(22)
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