Barron's American History the Easy Way

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Barron's Educational Series, 2003 - History - 502 pages
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This book presents a chronological review of key men, women, and events, from the time of the first North American settlers to the twenty-first century. It includes maps, illustrations, and review questions with answers. Over the years, Barron s popular and widely used Easy Way books have proven themselves to be accessible self-teaching manuals. They have also found their way into many classrooms as valuable and easy-to-use textbook supplements. The titles cover a wide variety of practical and academic topics, presenting fundamental subject matter so that it can be clearly understood and providing a foundation for more advanced study. Easy Way books fulfill many purposes: they help students improve their grades, serve as good test preparation review books, and provide readers working outside classroom settings with practical information on subjects that relate to their occupations and careers.
 

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Contents

A Nation of Immigrants
1
European Settlements in North America
15
The American Revolution
34
The Constitution and the Establishment of the New Nation
57
18011850
81
18001860
110
Slavery and the Civil War
135
From Panic to Empire
194
Turmoil of War and Depression
224
World War II and the Early Years of the Cold War
267
19452002
370
The Clinton Years and After
433
Appendix
490
Index
496
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