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A Narrative History of the American People, Volume 1 , v. 1.0
- By: David J. Trowbridge
- Version: 1.0
- Pub Date: September 2014
- Pages: 34
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Table of Contents:
- Chapter 1: The Atlantic World Creates the New World: America up to 1600
- Chapter 2: The Establishment of Colonial America: 1600–1640
- Chapter 3: The Growth of English Settlement: 1640–1680
- Chapter 4: Growth and Independence of British America: 1680–1720
- Chapter 5: Salutary Neglect and the Growth of American Identity: 1720–1763
- Chapter 6: War and Revolution: 1763–1783
- Chapter 7: Creating a New Nation: 1783–1789
- Chapter 8: The Crucible of the Constitution, American Politics 1789–1800
- Chapter 9: The Early Republic 1800–1815
- Chapter 10: The Market Revolution and Growth of Slavery: 1815–1830
- Chapter 11: Manifest Destiny and Jacksonian Democracy: 1830–1840
- Chapter 12: Expansion, Conflict, and Compromise: 1840–1860
- Chapter 13: The Civil War: 1861–1865
- Chapter 14: Reconstruction: 1865–1877
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A History of the United States Vol. 1 by David Trowbridge is an engaging, accessible narrative that makes American history (before 1865) come alive and bridges the gap between academia and your students. It does more than cover the basic timeline of events students need to be familiar with; it provides opportunities to read about history from a variety of perspectives and appeals to students of diverse backgrounds and abilities. Trowbridge made a concerted effort to reach students where they live, regardless of whether they have already discovered a love for history or they are just about to.
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