American History and Government Collection

Description

Students of all ages will obtain a comprehensive understanding of American history and our democratic form of government in this comprehensive collection. Individual titles focus on specific eras or periods in history, from the age of exploration to the Civil War and Reconstruction, providing a level of detail unavailable in other resources. Other titles in this collection cover topics related to government, including the three branches, and basic topics, such as citizenship, the Constitution, and taxes.
A New World Power: America from 1920 to 1945
America Between the Civil War and the 20th Century: 1865 to 1900
Barack Obama and the Idea of a Post-Racial Society
Columbus and the Journey to the New World
Exploring the Great Lakes
Exploring the Territories of the United States
From Columbus to Colonial America: 1492 to 1763
From Democracy’s Roots to a Country Divided: America from 1816 to 1850
Homeland Security: A Nation Protected
Pilgrims
Slavery in America
Slavery: A Chapter in American History
Spanish Missions: Forever Changing the People of the Old West
The Age of Exploration
The American Civil War and Reconstruction: 1850 to 1890
The American Revolution
The American Revolution and the Young Republic: 1763 to 1816
The Civil Rights Era
The Civil War
The Civil War and Reconstruction Eras
The Colonial Period
The Great Migration and the Harlem Renaissance
The Growth of a Superpower: America from 1945 to Today
The Louisiana Purchase and Westward Expansion
The New Nation
The Rise of the Jim Crow Era
U.S. Imperialism and Progressivism: 1896 to 1920
U.S. National Guard: Always Ready, Always There



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