America's Best History Timeline

America's Best History Timeline

by Americasbesthistory Com
America's Best History Timeline

America's Best History Timeline

by Americasbesthistory Com


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A timeline of historic events from the 1500's to the present day in American history, categorized by decade and year brought to you by the staff at America's Best History and Quick and easy to search reference guide enumerating the most important events of each year for students or anyone who wants to keep american history in context and how it unfolded at their fingertips. The editors at has put together this timeline of American history in an easy to read fashion, which mirrors the way the website categorizes the most important events of each year. It is meant as a clear and concise account of the events in short paragraph form, without an overly academic tone. You won't find footnotes and opinion, but you will find a good starting off place to dive more deeply into each subject and as a reminder of how the events of United States history took shape, about how the population of the nation grew, about how politics and political events shaped each decade, and about our national parks and heritage that tell the stories of each.

The information provided within this timeline was gleaned from various sources, as well as the knowledge and experience of the America's Best History staff, and should not be considered a scholarly work per se, but as a jumping off point for the reader to go into more detail about a particular topic of their interest.

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ISBN-13: 9780974533889
Publisher: JD Peterman Economic Services
Publication date: 11/16/2013
Pages: 194
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.41(d)

About the Author

America's Best History and was begun with the idea of making history enjoyable while urging all ages to learn more about it and to visit the historic sites and national parks that tell the story so well. While we cover the subjects, the timing, and the sites where these events happened because we love history, we also want others, from students to adults, to take the chance to learn more about what has made America great and what opportunities abound when we visit sites from Philadelphia to Yellowstone, those of great significance to how our nation started to the history of the lands and nature that also take part in telling the tale. Visit history. You might enjoy it more than you think.

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