Davidson, Experience History: Interpreting American's Past © 2019, 9e
About the Program
With this narrative approach with a social and cultural perspective on U.S. history, students see themselves as stakeholders in an ongoing historical narrative, rather than passive recipients of a historical legacy that has little to do with their individual lives.
A first-of-its-kind for today’s AP classroom, with:
• Chapter openers focus on the key concepts in the new AP framework covered in that chapter.
• The Historian’s Toolbox presents historical evidence through primary and secondary images and artifacts for students to analyze.
• Critical Thinking that focuses on primary and secondary sources from different eras specifically developed with AP exam rubrics in mind.
• After the Fact that visually flags key text and images to support the effective use of evidence in constructing a historical argument.
• Many Histories that delivers contrasting perspectives on key events for analysis and discussion.
• Critical Thinking Questions to provide students with practice on answering DBQs.
• A wealth of AP practice, focused review, and document-based questions integrated throughout.
• An AP Teacher Manual, available in print and online, includes classroom activities, pacing guides, AP test banks, practice exams, and more.
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Additional Details & Resources
- CHAPTER 1 The First Civilizations of North America
- CHAPTER 2 Old Worlds, New Worlds 1400–1600
- CHAPTER 3 Colonization and Conflict in the South 1600–1750
- CHAPTER 4 Colonization and Conflict in the North 1600–1700
- CHAPTER 5 The Mosaic of Eighteenth-Century America 1689–1768
- CHAPTER 6 Imperial Triumph, Imperial Crisis 1754–1776
- CHAPTER 7 The American People and the American Revolution 1775–1783
- CHAPTER 8 Crisis and Constitution 1776–1789
- CHAPTER 9 The Early Republic 1789–1824
- CHAPTER 10 The Opening of America 1815–1850
- CHAPTER 11 The Rise of Democracy 1824–1840
- CHAPTER 12 Afire with Faith 1820–1850
- CHAPTER 13 The Old South 1820–1860
- CHAPTER 14 Western Expansion and the Rise of the Slavery Issue 1820–1850
- CHAPTER 15 The Union Broken 1850–1861
- CHAPTER 16 The Civil War and the Republic 1861–1865
- CHAPTER 17 Reconstructing the Union 1865–1877
- CHAPTER 18 The New South and the Trans-Mississippi West 1870–1914
- CHAPTER 19 The New Industrial Order 1870–1914
- CHAPTER 20 The Rise of an Urban Order 1870–1914
- CHAPTER 21 Realignment at Home and Empire Abroad 1877–1900
- CHAPTER 22 The Progressive Era 1890–1920
- CHAPTER 23 The United States and the Collapse of the Old World Order 1901–1920
- CHAPTER 24 The New Era 1920–1929
- CHAPTER 25 The Great Depression and the New Deal 1929–1939
- CHAPTER 26 America’s Rise to Globalism 1927–1945
- CHAPTER 27 Cold War America 1945–1954
- CHAPTER 28 The Suburban Era 1945–1963
- CHAPTER 29 Civil Rights and Uncivil Liberties 1947–1969
- CHAPTER 30 The Vietnam Era 1963–1975
- CHAPTER 31The Conservative Challenge 1976–1992
- CHAPTER 32 The United States in a Global Community 1980–Present