Experience History: Interpreting America's Past9th Edition
2 Old Worlds, New Worlds 1400 - 1600
3 Colonization and Conflict in the South 1600 - 1750
4 Colonization and Conflict in the North 1600 - 1700
5 The Mosaic of Eighteenth-Century America 1689 - 1768
6 Imperial Triumph, Imperial Crisis 1754 - 1776
7 The American People and the American Revolution 1775 - 1783
8 Crisis and Constitution 1776 - 1789
9 The Early Republic 1789 - 1824
10 The Opening of America 1815 - 1850
11 The Rise of Democracy 1824 - 1840
12 A fire with Faith 1820 - 1850
13 Th Old South 1820 - 1860
14 Western Expansion and the Rise of the Slavery Issue 1820 - 1850
15 The Union Broken 1850 - 1861
16 Total War and the Republic 1861 - 1865
17 Reconstructing the Union 1865 - 1877
18 The New South and the Trans-Mississippi West 1870 - 1914
19 The New Industrial Order 1870 - 1914
20 The Rise of an Urban Order 1870 - 1914
21 The Political System under Strain at Home and Abroad 1877 - 1900
22 The Progressive Era 1890 - 1920
23 The United States and the Collapse of the Old World Order 1901 - 1920
24 The New Era 1920 - 1929
25 The Great Depression and the New Deal 1929 - 1939
26 America’s Rise to Globalism 1927 - 1945
27 Cold War America 1945 - 1954
28 The Suburban Era 1945 - 1963
29 Civil Rights and Uncivil Liberties 1947 - 1969
30 The Vietnam Era 1963 - 1975
31 The Conservative Challenge 1976 - 1992
32 The United States in a Global Community 1980 - Present
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