America: A Narrative History

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W.W. Norton & Company, 2010 - History - 1473 pages
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America, now in its twenty-fifth year, has sold more 1.2 million copies over the past seven editions and remains the most affordable history text on the market. The Brief Eighth Edition offers the attractive features of the full-length text—lively and accessible narrative style, a keen balance of political with social and cultural history, a full-color layout, and exceptional value—in a more concise format.

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Review: America: A Narrative History

User Review  - Bill Polson - Goodreads

I started reading this book along with 3 others when I was selecting a textbook for my AP classes and as I disliked one it was dropped from the rotation. I'd read one chapter from one book and the next from another. When I finished the process I ended with this one, a great text for US History. Read full review

Review: America: A Narrative History, Volume 1

User Review  - Minna - Goodreads

i just want to state that this popped up in my recommended books based on a random, like, fantasy kids' book. how. how, goodreads, does this relate to that. but we totally used it in my american history i class sophomore year and it was really good so there's that. goodreads is creepy. Read full review

About the author (2010)

George Brown Tindall spent many years on the faculty of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. He was an award-winning historian of the South with a number of major books to his credit, including The Emergence of the New South.

David Emory Shi (Ph.D., University of Virginia) is president emeritus and professor emeritus of history at Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina. He is the author of several books focusing on American cultural history, including the award-winning The Simple Life: Plain Living and High Thinking in American Culture and Facing Facts: Realism in American Thought and Culture, 1850-1920.

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