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US : a narrative history

Author: James West Davidson; Brian DeLay; Christine Leigh Heyrman; Mark H Lytle; Michael B Stoff
Publisher: New York : McGraw-Hill, [2009]
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This two-volume illustrated history of the United States covers the first civilizations in North America to the twenty-first century and includes Backstory features on lesser known corners of history, Opinion debates on historical topics, Point of View historians' insights on key issues, and Then and Now comparisons of cultural artifacts from past and present.
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Genre/Form: History
Textbooks
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
New York : McGraw-Hill, ©2009
(OCoLC)762709161
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: James West Davidson; Brian DeLay; Christine Leigh Heyrman; Mark H Lytle; Michael B Stoff
ISBN: 9780077315399 0077315391 9780077313388 0077313380 9780077313395 0077313399 0077315391 9780073385464 0073385468 9780077236212 0077236211
OCLC Number: 226356660
Description: 2 volumes : color illustrations, color maps ; 28 cm
Contents: V. 1. To 1877: The first civilizations of North America --
Old worlds, new worlds [1400-1600] --
Colonization and conflict in the South [1600-1750] --
Colonization and conflict in the North [1600-1700] --
The mosaic of eighteenth-century America [1689-1771] --
Toward the war for American independence [1754-1776] --
The American people and the American revolution [1775-1783] --
Crisis and Constitution [1776-1789] --
The early republic [1789-1824] --
The opening of America [1815-1850] --
The rise of democracy [1824-1840] --
The fires of perfection [1820-1850] --
The old South [1820-1860] --
Western expansion and the rise of slavery [1820-1850] --
The Union broken [1850-1861] --
Total war and the republic [1861-1865] --
Reconstructing the Union [1965-1877] --
v. 2. Since 1865: Reconstructing the Union [1865-1877] --
The new South and the trans-Mississippi West [1870-1890] --
The new industrial order [1870-1900] --
The rise of an urban order [1870-1900] --
The political system under strain at home and abroad [1877-1900] --
The Progressive Era [1890-1920] --
The United States and the collapse of the old world order [1901-1920] --
The new era [1920-1929] --
The Great Depression and the New Deal [1929-1939] --
America's rise to globalism [1927-1945] --
Cold War America [1945-1954] --
The suburban era [1945-1963] --
Civil rights and uncivil liberties [1947-1969] --
The Vietnam era [1963-1975] --
The conservative challenge [1976-1992] --
Nation of nations in a global community [1980-2008].
Other Titles: U.S.
United States
Responsibility: James West Davidson, Brian DeLay, Christine Leigh Heyrman, Mark H. Lytle, Michael B. Stoff.
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This two-volume illustrated history of the United States covers the first civilizations in North America to the twenty-first century and includes Backstory features on lesser known corners of history, Opinion debates on historical topics, Point of View historians' insights on key issues, and Then and Now comparisons of cultural artifacts from past and present.

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