Experience History: Interpreting America's Past, 9th Edition
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Experience History emphasizes that history is not a collection of facts, but is "interpreted" from the detective work of historians examining the past's evidence. Utilizing an active learning environment that only an online solution can provide, Experience History gives students the opportunity to examine primary sources and explores specific periods and events. As students uniquely experience American History, Experience History propels students to greater understanding while achieving greater course success.
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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