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AP U.S. History Crash Course

AP U.S. History Crash Course

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by Larry Krieger

ISBN-10: 0738605603

ISBN-13: 9780738605609

Pub. Date: 02/15/2009

Publisher: Research & Education Association

Perfect for the time-crunched student, last-minute studier, or anyone who wants a refresher on the subject!


Perfect for the time-crunched student, last-minute studier, or anyone who wants a refresher on the subject!

Product Details

Research & Education Association
Publication date:
Advanced Placement (AP) Crash Course Series
Product dimensions:
5.90(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.80(d)
Age Range:
15 - 17 Years

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Seven Keys for Success on the AP U.S. History Exam
Chapter 2: Key Terms 
Chapter 3: Colonial America, 1492–1754
Chapter 4: The American Revolutionary Era, 1754–1789
Chapter 5: The New Nation, 1789–1824
Chapter 6: The Age of Jackson, 1824–1840
Chapter 7: Social and Cultural Movements in Antebellum America
Chapter 8: The Gathering Storm, 1840–1860
Chapter 9: The Civil War, 1861–1865
Chapter 10: Reconstruction and the New South, 1865–1900
Chapter 11: The Old West, 1865–1900
Chapter 12: Industrial America, 1865–1900
Chapter 13: Populism and Progressivism, 1890–1917
Chapter 14: Imperialism and World War I, 1890–1919
Chapter 15: The Roaring Twenties
Chapter 16: The Great Depression and the New Deal, 1929–1941
Chapter 17: World War II, 1941–1945
Chapter 18: The Cold War, 1945–1989
Chapter 19: The Unfinished Fifties
Chapter 20: The Tumultuous Sixties
Chapter 21: Key Political Events and Demographic Trends, 1968 to the Present 
Chapter 22: Milestones and Key Figures in African American History, 1619–1865
Chapter 23: Milestones and Key Figures in African American History, 1865–Present
Chapter 24: Milestones and Key Figures in Women’s History
Chapter 25: Milestones in Native American History
Chapter 26: Key Supreme Court Cases and Famous Trials
Chapter 27: Key Works of Literature, Art, and Music
Chapter 28: Key Facts About Labor Unions, Labor Laws, and Labor Strikes
Chapter 29: Key Facts About Twenty Acts of Congress
Chapter 30: People in Motion: Immigration and Migration
Chapter 31: Milestones in U.S. Foreign Policy: Latin America 
Chapter 32: Milestones in U.S. Foreign Policy: The Vietnam War  
Chapter 33: Strategies for the Multiple-Choice Questions 
Chapter 34: Strategies for the Document-Based Essay Question 
Chapter 35: Strategies for the Free-Response Essays 

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AP U.S. History Crash Course 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
APKID More than 1 year ago
This review book really saved my life in APUSH. I read this book multiple times during my preparation for the APUSH test and found it extremely useful and easy to reference. Unlike other study books, it is small and gave me only the information that I needed, making studying much more practical and easy. I could also reference it easily to double check a fact or date quickly during review sessions, something that would have taken much longer in a larger, more complex study book. APUSH Crash Course is seperated into chapters that seperate US history into its different time periods, which really helped me to better classify events, terms, and people. Also provided within the outline style review of US history, are tips on what is especially important to and minded by the AP test makers on the actual AP exam. This book makes multiple references to past tests which helped me get a better idea of what was to be expected on the exam. Conveniently included as well are tips and strategies for the multiple choice, free response, and document based questions. Not to mention the fact that this green edition book was printed on recycled paper makes it very desirable and preferable. I would recommend this book to EVERY APUSH student. It will help you tremendously!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This study guide is perfect for procrasinators who wait until the last minute to study. ITs straight to the point and tells you which points will show up on the test. Presents the information in three differents forms so its easier to remember. It did wonders to me since I have a lazy teacher who passes worksheets out but anyways great overall
APUSH_over More than 1 year ago
This book worked very well for my students APUSH review. It is clear, concise, and well-organized for reviewing U.S. History. I liked the way it was organized in several different formats to allow students multiple methods for mapping historical themes and facts for study. I highly suggest this book AFTER studying U. S. History.