The Timetables of American History: History and Politics, the Arts, Science and Technology, and More in America and Elsewhere

Front Cover
Simon and Schuster, Dec 4, 2001 - History - 534 pages
Updated to include events through the year 2000, the Millennial Edition of The Timetables of American History -- an entertaining, authoritative survey of our nation's history, presented in the popular Timetables format -- not only chronicles the events occurring in American politics, arts, science, and technology, but relates them to simultaneous developments throughout the rest of the world. From breakthroughs in the sciences to breakdowns in international relations, from the heroes who mastered the playing fields to masterpieces of art and literature, The Timetables provides a comprehensive account of the march of civilization.
The Timetables of American History is an invaluable resource for serious students and dabblers alike.
 

What people are saying - Write a review

We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.

Selected pages

Contents

Section 1
1
Section 2
3
Section 3
5
Section 4
9
Section 5
11
Section 6
13
Section 7
17
Section 8
26
Section 19
110
Section 20
129
Section 21
131
Section 22
134
Section 23
164
Section 24
179
Section 25
211
Section 26
223

Section 9
31
Section 10
39
Section 11
43
Section 12
57
Section 13
59
Section 14
71
Section 15
79
Section 16
96
Section 17
99
Section 18
109
Section 27
247
Section 28
268
Section 29
285
Section 30
286
Section 31
323
Section 32
422
Section 33
436
Section 34
453
Section 35
467
Copyright

Other editions - View all

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2001)

Laurence Urdang is the author and editor of more than one hundred reference books. He lives in Old Lyme, Connecticut.

Bibliographic information