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TABLE OF CONTENTS // /UNIT 1 // A Free Country Is Born, to 1750’s...i // Chapter 1/The North American Indians...2 // 1. Studying Indian Life and Culture...3 // 2. Indian Peoples West of the Mississippi...7 // 3. Indian Peoples East of the Mississippi...12 // Chapter 2/European Exploration and Settlements, 1200’s-1600’s...16 // 1. Europe Enters the Age of Exploration, 1200’s-1600’s...17 // 2. Early Portuguese and Spanish Explorers, 1400’s-1600’s...21 // 3. The Spanish and French Explore North America, 1500’s-1600’s.29 // 4. England Begins to Colonize North America, 1500’s-1607...35 // Chapter 3/The American Colonies, 1607-1750’s...40 // 1. The New England Colonies, I620-1750’s...41 // 2. The Middle Colonies, 1624-1750’s...47 // 3. The Southern Colonies, 1607-1750’s...52 // 4. The People of the Colonies, 1620-1750’s...59 // 5. Life in the Colonies, 1620-1750’s...64 // /UNIT 2 // The Struggle for Freedom, 1689-1789...72 // Chapter 4/The Road to Revolution, 1689-1775...74 // 1. The Struggle Between Britain and France, 1689-1763... 75 // 2. Great Britain Tightens Control, 1763-1768...?...s. 79 // 3. Americans Resist British Control, 1763-1770...83 // 4. Calm Followed by Storm, 1770-1775 ...86 // Chapter 5/The Struggle for Independence, 1775-1783...92 // 1. The Colonies Mobilize, 1775-1776... 93 // 2. The Colonies Declare Independence, 1776 ... 97 // THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE...100-101 // 3. Which Side Would Win the War?...102 // 4. Major Campaigns of the Revolutionary War,
1776-1783 ... 104 // 5. The Effects of the Revolution...Ill // Chapter 6/Trials of a New Nation, 1781-1789...H6 // 1. The Articles of Confederation, 1781-1787 ... 117 // 2. Weaknesses of the Confederation, 1781-1787...122 // 3. The Constitutional Convention, 1787... 128 // 4. The Struggle over Ratification, 1787-1789...132 // /UNIT 3 // Launching the Republic, 1789-1815...?? // Chapter 7/The Constitution of the United States...142 // 1. The Constitution Sets Up a Federal Government...143 // 2. Separation of Powers...146 // 3. The Presidency...149 // 4. The Federal Judiciary...151 // 5. Amendments to the Constitution...153 // 6. The Constitution in the Twentieth Century...155 // THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES...158-182 // Chapter 8/The Washington Administration, 1789-1797...184 // 1. The First President, 1789-1797...185 // 2. Federal Finances, 1789-1797... 188 // 3. Opposition to Hamilton Grows...191 // 4. Turmoil in the West, 1789-1797... 193 // 5. Foreign Affairs, 1789-1797 ... 196 // Chapter 9/Federalists and Republicans, 1797-1809 ... 202 // 1. Political Parties Take Shape. 1797-1801 ...203 // 2. The Troubled Presidency of John Adams, 1797-1801 ...206 // 3. Thomas Jefferson: An Idealist as Politician...209 // 4. Jefferson in Office, 1801-1809 ...215 // Chapter 10/Foreign Entanglements, 1800-1815...220 // 1. Success at Sea and Expansion at Home, 1800-1815 ...221 // 2. Looking to the West, 1800-1815 ...224 // 3. Drifting into War with Great Britain, 1800-1812 ...,\,229
// 4. The War of 1812, 1812-1815...’.232 // /UNIT 4 // The Nation and the Sections, 1815-1860...242 // Chapter 11/Forces for Union and Disunion, 1815-1840’s...244 // 1. American Nationalism Flourishes, 1815-1840’s...245 // 2. Roads and Waterways Tie the Nation Together, 1815-1840’s.249 // 3. The Monroe Doctrine and Foreign Affairs, 1815-1823 ...253 // 4. Sectionalism in the North and the West...258 // 5. Sectionalism in the South...265 // Chapter 12/Jacksonian Democracy, 1820-1844...270 // 1. Sectional Rivalry Leads to Compromise, 1820-1828 ...271 // 2. Andrew Jackson: The Myth and the Man, 1829-1837 ...275 // 3. The Tariff and Nullification Controversies, 1829-1833...280 // 4. Jackson’s War on the Bank, 1833-1837...283 // 5. The Rise of the Whigs, 1836-1844...284 // Chapter 13/The Spirit of Reform, 1820-1860...290 // 1. Broader Opportunities for Ail, 1820-1860 ...291 // 2. American Workers and Economic Equality, 1820-1860 ...296 // 3. Other Reform Movements, 1820-1860...298 // 4. Women and Black Americans, 1820-1860...300 // /UNIT 5 // Division and Reunion, 1820-1877...no // Chapter 14/Manifest Destiny, 1820-1853...312 // 1. Expanding America’s Boundaries, 1820’s-1850’s...313 // 2. Struggles over Oregon and Texas, 1820’s-1845...315 // 3. The Mexican War, 1846-1848...324 // 4. America’s Growth at Home and Abroad, 1848—1853...327 // Chapter 15/From Compromise to Conflict, 1840-1861 ...332 // 1. The Growing Economy of the North, 1840-1860...333 // 2. Differences Between the
North and the South...336 // 3. The Dispute over Slavery Intensifies, 1850-1858 ...340 // 4. Drifting Toward War, 1858-1861 ...344 // Chapter 16/The Civil War, 1861-1865...350 // 1. The Nonh and South: Strengths and Strategies, 1861-1865.. 351 // 2. Fighting the War, 1861 — 1865 ...355 // 3. Life Behind the Lines, 1861-1865 ...363 // 4. Slavery and the Civil War, 1861-1865 ...369 // Chapter 17/Reconstruction, 1865-1877...374 // 1. Dealing with the Defeated South...375 // 2. Radical Reconstruction, 1866-1868...379 // 3. After Slavery, 1865-1877...383 // 4. The End of Radical Reconstruction, 1869-1877 ...387 // /UNIT 6 // The Emergence of Modern America, 1860’s to 1900...396 // Chapter 18/Industrial America, I860’s-1900...398 // 1. The Growth of Industry, 1860’s-1900...399 // 2. Two Industrial Giants: Rockefeller and Carnegie...402 // 3. Scientific and Technological Achievement...407 // 4. The Growth of Cities...409 // 5. Education and Increased Leisure, to 1900...414 // Chapter 19/Settlement of the Great Plains, 1860’s-1900...418 // 1. The Indians of the Plains, 1860-1890...419 // 2. New Developments in the West, 1865-1890 ...422 // 3. Settlement of the Great Plains, 1865-1890...429 // 4. A New Life in a New Land, 1865-1900...434 // Chapter 20/Politics and Protest, 1860’s-1900...438 // 1. Political Corruption, 1865-1870’s...439 // 2. A Return to Honest Government, 1877-1893 ...442 // 3. The Farmers Protest Railroad Abuses, 1860’s-1900 ...446 // 4. Regulating Money and Monopolies,
1860’s-1900...450 // Chapter 21/The Populist Era, 1870’s-1900...454 // 1. The Growth of Labor Unions, 1870’s-1900 ...455 // 2. Immigrants in the Cities, I870’s-1900...459 // 3. Reform Movements Grow, 1870’s-1900...463 // 4. The Populist Party, 1892-1897...468 // /UNIT 7 // New Horizons, 1880’s-1914 // Chapter 22/Imperialism, I880’s-1900...478 // 1. America Looks Abroad...479 // 2. The Spanish-American War, 1898...489 // 3. The United States as a World Power, 1898-1900...490 // 4. Imperialism and Politics, 1898-1900...494 // Chapter 23/The Progressive Movement, 1890-1914 ...498 // 1. Populists and Progressives, 1890-1914...499 // 2. The Aims of the Progressives, 1890-1914...501 // 3. Progressive Reforms, 1890-1914...504 // 4. Limits to Progressivism, 1890-1914...509 // Chapter 24/The Square Deal and the Big Stick, 1901-1909...514 // 1. Theodore Roosevelt: The Man and His Career...Ł15 // 2. The Big Stick and Latin America, 1901-1909 ...517 // 3. Roosevelt and World Affairs, 1901-1909 ...522 // 4. Roosevelt’s Domestic Policies, 1901-1909...526 // 5. Roosevelt as Progressive Leader...528 // Chapter 25/The New Nationalism and the New Freedom, 1909-1914 532 // 1. The Taft Presidency, 1909-1913 ...533 // 2. The Republican Party Splits, 1912...535 // 3. Woodrow Wilson and the New Freedom...537 // 4. Progressive Reforms Under Wilson, 1913-1914...540 // /UNIT 8 // Crusade and Disillusion, 1914-1932...550 // Chapter 26/The First World War, 1914-1919...552 // 1. Foreign Affairs Under Wilson,
1914-1916...553 // 2. America Enters the War, 1917-1918...557 // 3. War on the Home Front, 1917-1918...562 // 4. The Aftermath of the War, 1918-1919...565 // Chapter 27/The Decade of Normalcy, 1920-1929 ... 570 // 1. American Isolationism, 1920-1929...571 // 2. The Harding Years, 1921-1923...576 // 3. Coolidge in Office, 1923-1929 ...579 // 4. The "Roaring Twenties"...584 // Chapter 28/The Great Depression Begins, 1929-1932 ... 590 // 1. The Stock Market Crashes, 1929...591 // 2. Hoover’s Policies and the Depression, 1929-1932...596 // 3. Hoover’s Efforts for Peace, 1929-1932 ...599 // 4. The Depression Hits Rock Bottom, 1932...601 // /UNIT 9 // The Roosevelt Years, 1932-1945...6io // Chapter 29/The New Deal: First Phase, 1933-1935...612 // 1. Roosevelt and the Hundred Days...613 // 2. Early New Deal Reforms, 1933-1935 ... 618 // 3. Aid to Agriculture and Industry, 1933-1935 ... 623 // 4. Relief for the Unemployed, 1933-1935...626 // Chapter 30/The New Deal: Second Phase, 1935-1939...630 // 1. New Deal Reforms Continue, 1935-1936...631 // 2. Labor under the New Deal, 1935-1937...635 // 3. The New Deal on Trial. 1936-1939...637 // 4. The Impact of the New Deal...641 // Chapter 31/The Second World War, 1939-1945...648 // 1. The United States and World Affairs, 1933-1939...649 // 2. The Nation Moves Closer to War, 1939-1941...653 // 3. The United States at War, 1941-1945...658 // 4. War on the Home Front, 1941-1945...664 // 5. Wartime Diplomacy, 1941-1945...668 // /UNIT 10 // An
Age of Anxiety, 1945-1963...676 // Chapter 32/The Cold War, 1945-1953...678 // 1. Truman’s Policy of Containment, 1945-1947...679 // 2. The Cold War Begins in Europe, 1945-1947...682 // 3. The Cold War in Asia, 1945-1953...686 // 4. Postwar America, 1945-1953 ... 690 // Chapter 33/Leadership in a Troubled World, 1953-1963...698 // 1. Eisenhower in the White House, 1953-1961...699 // 2. The Eisenhower-Dulles Foreign Policy, 1953-1961... 702 // 3. The Cold War and the Developing Nations...707 // 4. Kennedy’s Foreign Policy Challenges, 1961-1963...711 // Chapter 34/Complacency and Confrontation, 1953-1963...716 // 1. An Affluent Society in the United States...717 // 2. The Eisenhower Years, 1953-1961...723 // 3. The Civil Rights Movement, 1953-1963...727 // 4. Kennedy and the New Frontier, 1961-1963 ... 731 // /UNIT 11 // Roller Coaster Years, 1963-1980’s...73s // Chapter 35/The Rise and Fall of the Great Society, 1963-1969...740 // 1. Johnson and the Great Society, 1963-1969...741 // 2. The War in Vietnam, 1964-1967 ... 746 // 3. A Social Revolution, 1965-1967... 750 // 4. Year of Disasters—1968... 755 // Chapter 36/An Imperial Presidency, 1969-1977...760 // 1. Nixon’s Domestic Policy, 1969-1973...761 // 2. Nixon’s Foreign Policy, 1969-1973 ... 764 // 3. Years of Protest and Change...768 // 4. Watergate and the Ford Administration, 1972-1977 ...772 // Chapter 37/A Search for New Solutions, 1977-1980’s...778 // 1. Carter in the White House, 1977-1981...779 // 2. Carter’s Foreign
Policy, 1977-1981 ... 784 // 3. The Reagan Presidency...787 // 4. Social and Economic Issues of the 1980’s...790 // 5. The Search for Peace and Security...795 // Reference Guide to American History // Atlas and Reference Section...805 // The Land...806 // The American People...810 // The American Economy...817 // The American Government...821 // Chronology of American History...826 // Glossary...832 // Index // 835 // Maps // Indians of North America...10 // Europe Explores the World...21 // Early Voyages to the Americas...22 // Europe’s View of the World, 1489...25 // Europe’s View of the World, 1544...25 // Spanish Exploration in North America, 15131543...29 // Mexico and the Southwest in the 1700’s...31 // The French in North America...34 // Colonial Settlements to 1650...47 // Settlement of the American Colonies, 16601760...49 // Slave Trade in the 1700’s...58 // People of the American Colonies, 1760 ... 59 // Trade Routes of the Colonies...67 // The French and Indian War, 1754-1763...76 // North America in 1763...79 // The American Revolution Begins, 1775 ... 94 // The Revolution in the North, 1775-1776... 96 // The Revolution in the Middle Colonies, 17761778... 106 // The Revolution in the South, 1778-1780 ... 108 // The Revolution Ends at Yorktown, 1781...109 // The Revolution on the Frontier, 1778-1779...Ill // The United States in 1783 ... 123 // The Land Ordinance of 1785... 124 // Western Lands. 1787... 126 // The Westward Movement, 1790-1820...195 // Election of 1796...205
// Election of 1800...210 // War with the Barbary States, 1803-1815... 222 // French Territories in North America, 1800...224 // Exploration in the West, 1804—1807...226 // The War of 1812...235 // Roads, Canals, and Navigable Rivers, 1840...251 // Establishing the Nation’s Boundaries, 18181824...254 // The Acquisition of Florida...255 // Latin America in 1825 ... 256 // Slavery After the Compromise of 1820...272 // Election of 1824...273 // Election of 1828... 275 // Indian Relocation in the West, 1820-1840 ...279 // The Way West...318 // Texas’s War of Independence, 1835-1836...322 // The Mexican War, 1846-1848...325 // The Compromise of 1850... 329 // The Growth of the United States to 1853... 334 // Railroads in 1860... 336 // Expansion of the Cotton Kingdom, 1839—1859 ... 338 // Slavery in the United States, 1860...339 // The Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854...342 // Election of 1860... 346 // The Union and the Confederacy, 1861 ... 348 // The War in the East, 1861-1863...355 // The Civil War, 1861-1865... 358 // The Final Battles of the Civil War, 1864-1865 ... 360 // The Confederacy Under Attack...362 // Reconstruction in the South, 1865-1877...388 // Railroads and Population in the West, 1870...423 // Railroads and Population in the West, 1890...423 // Cattle Trails in the West, About 1870...425 // Mining in the West, 1870-1890...427 // Immigrants in the United States, 1900...460 // Election of 1896...471 // The Spanish-American War in the Caribbean, // 1898...490 // United
States Possessions in 1900 ...491 // The United States in the Caribbean, 1898-1933... 520 // The Panama Canal Zone...521 // Competing for Power in the Pacific, 1914...523 // Election of 1908... 534 // Election of 1912...536 // Europe During World War I...555 // The United States in World War I, 1918...561 // Europe After World War I...567 // Election of 1928... 592 // Election of 1932...605 // The Tennessee Valley Authority...622 // The Dust Bowl, 1931-1938... 623 // World War II in Europe and Africa...659 // World War II in the Pacific...662 // The Cold War in the 1950’s...684 // The Korean War, 1950-1953...689 // Election of 1948... 693 // Election of 1960... 710 // Black American Population, 1940-1980... 751 // The Vietnam War...756 // Election of 1968... 757 // Hispanic American Population, 1980... 770 // Election of 1976... 780 // Election of 1980...786 // Election of 1984... 798 // The United States...806 // The World...808 // History Study Skills // Studying Historical Maps...11 // Interpreting Map Symbols...23 // Studying Historical Pictures...57 // Understanding Timelines...89 // Studying Historical Documents...99 // Reading Tables...135 // Studying Concept Charts...147 // Interpreting Historical Pictures...187 // Reading Circle Graphs...211 // XI // Studying Political Cartoons...237 // Reading Bar Graphs...261 // Understanding Political Timelines...287 // Studying Line Graphs...293 // Interpreting Complex Maps...319 // Studying Election Maps...347 // Studying Related
Maps...359 // Recognizing Bias in Historical Sources...377 // Using Statistical Tables...401 // Interpreting Historical Photographs...433 // Using Line Graphs...451 // Interpreting Political Cartoons...469 // Distinguishing Between Fact and Opinion...487 // Studying Organization Charts...505 // Comparing Political Cartoons...519 // Interpreting Statistical Tables...543 // Analyzing Propaganda...559 // Interpreting Concept Charts...573 // Studying Statistical Tables...595 // Interpreting Historical Documents...615 // Analyzing Photographs...645 // Studying Details in Maps...663 // Using Maps for Review...685 // Understanding Political Cartoons...703 // Reading Pictographs...721 // Interpreting News Photographs...743 // Measuring Public Opinion...775 // Making Forecasts...783 // Charts, Graphs, and Tables // Major Explorations, 1492-1611 ...24 // The American Colonies, 1620-1733 ... 55 // English Rulers, 1603-1688 ... 65 // Three Kinds of Colonial Government...66 // Ratification of the Constitution...134 // American Development, 1689-1789 ... 137 // Checks and Balances in the Federal // Government...146 // Amending the Constitution...153 // How a Bill Becomes a Law...165 // Division of Powers Between the States and the // Federal Government...167 // Membership of the House of Representatives, // 1796-1800...210 // American Development, 1789-1815...239 // Growth of America’s Population, 1800-1860...260 // Adult White Male Voters, 1824-1840...264 // Development of American Political
Parties, // 1789-1845 ...286 // Education in the State of New York, 18141860...292 // American Development, 1815-1860...307 // Resources of the Union and the Confederacy, // 1861 ... 352 // American Development, 1860-1877...393 // Manufacturers Summary, 1849-1909 (Factories // and Workers)...400 // Iron Ore, Coal, and Steel Production, 18801900...405 // Major Inventions, 1870-1900...409 // Prices of Wheat, Corn, Cotton, 1870-1900...450 // European Immigration to the United States, // 1870-1900...461 // Three Forms of City Government...504 // American Imports and Tariff Duties, 18801920...542 // American Development, 1880’s-1914...547 // The United States Changes from a Debtor to a // Creditor Nation...572 // Gross National Product, Stock Values, and // Unemployment, 1920-1932 ... 594 // American Development, 1914-1932...607 // American Development, 1932-1945...673 // Median Income of American Families, 19471963...719 // American Standard of Living, 1950-1960...720 // Degrees Awarded in Higher Education, 19461964...722 // American Development, 1945-1963...735 // Landmarks in the Civil Rights Movement, // 1954-1965 ... 753 // Public Opinion Poll (Nixon’s Ratings)...774 // Motor Fuel Use and Gasoline Prices, 19731980... 782 // Immigration to the United States, 1961-1979...794 // American Development, 1963-1980’s...801 // Sources of History // The Mayflower Compact, 1620...43 // Thomas Paine’s "The Crisis," 1776 ... 105 // The Articles of Confederation, 1781...118 // The Land Ordinance
of 1785... 125 // Hamilton’s Federalist Paper, No. I, October 27, // 1787... 133 // Washington’s Farewell Address, 1796...200 // Marbury v. Madison, 1803 ...217 // The Monroe Doctrine, 1823 ...257 // The Seneca Falls Declaration, 1848...301 // The Gettysburg Address, 1863... 357 // The Emancipation Proclamation, 1863 ... 370 // Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address, 1865...376 // The Homestead Act, 1862...430 // Xll // Wilson’s First Inaugural Address, 1913...539 // Roosevelt’s First Inaugural Address, 1933 ...614 // Roosevelt’s "Four Freedoms" Speech, 1941... 655 // The Marshall Plan, 1947 ...683 // Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, 1954...726 // Martin Luther King’s Speech, August 28, 1963___730 // Kennedy’s Inaugural Address, 1961...731 // American Portraits // Junipero Serra...27 // Anne Hutchinson...44 // Mercy Otis Warren...84 // Thaddeus Kosciusko...103 // Robert Morris...120 // Abigail Adams...150 // Benjamin Banneker...213 // Tecumseh...228 // Noah Webster...248 // Elizabeth Ann Seton...277 // Elizabeth Blackwell...302 // Brigham Young...320 // Frederick Douglass...341 // Clara Barton...367 // Emma Lazarus...411 // Charles Russell...435 // Susan B. Anthony...443 // Jane Addams...465 // Joseph Pulitzer...488 // Mary Antin...508 // Helen Keller...544 // Marcus Garvey...582 // Will Rogers...597 // Frances Perkins...617 // Fiorello LaGuardia...639 // Charles Drew...666 // Rachel Carson...724 // Max Cleland...749 // Joseph Montoya...773 // An Wang...792 // Regions of America
// The Southwest...30 // The Atlantic Coastal Plain...63 // The Appalachian Mountains...82 // The Central Lowlands...127 // The Rocky Mountains...225 // The Gulf Coastal Plain...266 // The Pacific Coast...317 // The Intermontane Region...321 // The Great Plains...431 // Alaska...481 // Hawaii...482

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