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The Americans

Author: Gerald A Danzer; McDougal, Littell.
Publisher: Evanston, IL : McDougal Littell/Houghton Mifflin, ©1998.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Text includes nine units and thirty-four chapters of study of United States history and the people that helped shape that history.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Gerald A Danzer; McDougal, Littell.
ISBN: 0395851823 9780395851821
OCLC Number: 39317778
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xxxix, 1144 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
Contents: Beginnings to 1506: Three worlds meet --
1492-1690: The American colonies emerge --
1651-1765: The colonies come of age --
1765-1783: The war for independence --
1781-1788: Shaping a new nation --
1789-1816: Launching the new nation --
1817-1840: Balancing nationalism and sectionalism --
1820-1850: Reforming American society --
1825-1850: Expanding markets and moving West --
1850-1861: The Union in peril --
1861-1865: The Civil War --
1865-1877: Reconstruction and its effects --
1876-1900: Changes on the Western frontier --
1876-1900: The Industrial Age --
1875-1914: Immigrants and urbanization --
1877-1917: Life at the turn of the century --
1890-1920: The Progressive Era --
1890-1920: America claims an empire --
1914-1920: The First World War --
1920-1929: Politics of the Roaring Twenties --
1920-1929: The roaring life of the 1920s --
1929-1933: The Great Depression begins --
1933-1940: The New Deal --
1931-1941: World war looms --
1941-1945: The United States in World War II --
1945-1960: Cold War conflicts --
1946-1959: The postwar boom --
1960-1968: The new frontier and the great society --
1954-1968: Civil rights --
1954-1975: The Vietnam War years --
1960-1975: An era of social change --
1968-1980: An age of limits --
1980-1992: The conservative tide --
1992-1996: The United States in today's world.
Responsibility: Gerald A. Danzer [and others].

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Text includes nine units and thirty-four chapters of study of United States history and the people that helped shape that history.

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