Land and Liberty I: A Chronology of Trad (Google eBook)

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Universal-Publishers, Sep 1, 2006 - History - 228 pages
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This book presents the fundamental topics of traditional American history in chronological order, emphasizing geographical and economic issues and the genesis and growth of America's founding principles. Land and Liberty is part one of the American History Project, a program devoted to the revival of traditional American history in American schools, colleges, and universities.
  

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Contents

Topics to Explain the Politics of PostCivil War America
80
Topics to Explain the Growth of Civil and Political Liberties
81
Topics to Explain American Industrial Achievements
82
Collateral Geographical Explorations
83
The Rise of America as a World Power and World War I 18901920 30 years
85
Topics to Explain Land Acquisitions
86
Topics to Explain the Quest for Social Justice in the Progressive Era
87
Topics to Explain Immigration and Assimilation
88

Missouri Compromise
31
Civil War
32
Closing of the American Frontier
33
End of America as Washingtons UnentangledIsolationist Nation
34
World War II
35
The World of Our Times
36
Setting the Stage The European Foundations of American History 4761492 1016 years
37
Discovery and Exploration 10001607 607 years
39
Important Documents
41
Settlement ColonialIndian Wars and Colonial Life 16071763 156 years
43
Topics to Explain the Peopling of the English Colonies
44
Topics to Explain the Early Growth of the VirginiaEnglish Colonies
45
Topics to Explain the Early Growth of New Netherlands New York and Jersey
46
Topics to Explain the Early Growth of the Carolinas
47
Important Documents
48
Revolutionary America 17631789 26 years
51
Topics to Explain Colonial View from No Taxation without Representation to Independence Declared
52
Topics to Explain the Revolutionary War
54
Intellectual Patriots of the American Revolution
55
Solider Patriots of the American Revolution
56
Collateral Geographical Explorations
57
US Constitution and Early Nation 17891820 31 years
59
Topics to Explain the United States Constitution
60
Topics to Explain the Beginnings of the New Government under the Constitution
62
Topics to Explain the Republican Revolution under Jefferson
63
Topics to Explain the Disputes with Britain and France and the War of 1812
64
Collateral Geographical Explorations
65
Nationalism Western Expansion and Sectionalism 18201861 41 years
67
Topics to Explain Industrial and Social Growth of the Nation
68
Topics to Explain the Growth of Slavery in America
69
Topics to Explain the Causes that Led to Secession and Civil War
70
Collateral Geographical Explorations
71
Civil War and Reconstruction 18611877 16 years
73
Topics to Explain the Course of the Civil War
74
Topics to Explain Steps toward the Emancipation of Slaves
75
Topics to Explain the Results of Reconstruction
76
Collateral Geographical Explorations
77
Important Documents
78
Industrialization Urbanization and Railroads 18771890 13 years
79
Topics to Explain World War I and American Entry
89
Important Documents
90
Social Cultural and Economic Expansion Prosperity and Depression 19201939 19 years
91
Topics to Explain the Growing American Role in World Affairs
92
Topics to Explain Prosperity Economic Problems and the Coming of the Great Depression
93
Collateral Geographical Explorations
94
World War II and America as Preeminent Economic Industrial and Military World Power 19391957 18 years
95
Topics to Explain America at War
96
the Arsenal of Democracy
97
Topics to Explain PostWar America
98
Topics to Explain America in the MidCentury
99
Collateral Geographical Explorations
100
Technological Advances Civil Rights Vietnam and American Domestic Strength 19571973 16 years
103
Topics to Explain Civil Rights and Other Social Legislation and Programs
104
Collateral Geographical Explorations
105
Important Documents
106
Limits of American Power Renewed Growth and Technological and Economic Expansion 19732000 27 years
107
Topics to Explain America at Home in the Last Quarter Century
108
Collateral Geographical Explorations
109
Important Documents
110
America at the dawn of the 21st century 2001
111
A Chronology of Traditional American History
113
Notes on Essential history within a Grand Narrative
115
Notes on Depth of Recent History
117
Notes on Animating Principles of History
118
Notes on Chronology Periods Events and Dates
121
Animating Historical Principles Defined
123
Notes on the Animating Principles of Geography for Historical Study
125
The Essential Content and Skills of Geography
127
An Integration of Fundamental Geography into the Basics of the American Curriculum
129
First Questions for Geography into History
135
For Applications in School
139
Traditional American History The Irreducible Minimum c 1944
143
Another Treatment on the Themes of American History
149
Essentials of Our Country and Our People Outlined
151
Testing American History
153
Virginias History and Social Science Standards of Learning
193
About the Author
227
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