The American Journey, Teaching and Learning Classroom Edition, Volume 1
David Goldfield, Virginia DeJohn Anderson, Jo Ann E. Argersinger, Peter H. Argersinger, William L. Barney, Robert M. Weir, Carl Abbott
Prentice Hall, Feb 1, 2004 - History - 608 pages
This highly visual brief survey of U.S. History introduces the key features of American political, social, and economic history in an exciting new format designed to ignite, in the readers, a passion to know and love history. This volume covers U.S. History from approximately 1600 to 1900 through enhanced visual presentations, emphasis in geographic literacy, and a free CD-ROM that includes History Notes and the Western Civilization Documents. This book is for anyone interested in the development of the American Nation and the influences that continue to shape the U.S. and the world.
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BRIEF CONTENT 1 Worlds Apart
Cabeza de Vaca Among the Indians 1530
Waging Neutrality 605
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