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With the political history of the nation as its organizational framework, "American Destiny: Narrative of a Nation" describes the development and growth of the United States as the product of the myriad actions, ideas, and forces of the immense variety of individuals and groups who together comprise the American people. In richly detailed prose, the book examines the political, social, economic, and cultural developments that have shaped this country. This elegantly written, concise text offers a lower-price alternative to traditional U.S. history survey textbooks, while maintaining the efficacy of a full four-color map and image program.
Table of Contents
|Maps and Graphs Feature Essays Re-viewing the Past Debating the Past Preface|
|Prologue Beginnings First Peoples|
|The Demise of the Big Mammals|
|The Archaic Period: A World Without Big Mammals|
|The First Sedentary Communities The Maize Revolution|
|The Diffusion of Corn Population Growth After 800 Cahokia|
|The Hub of Mississippian Culture|
|The Collapse of Urban Centers Eurasia and Africa Europe in Ferment|
|Debating The Past|
|Who-or What-Killed the Big Mammals?|
|Alien Encounters: Europe in the Americas Sightings Columbusrsquo;s|
|Great Triumph-and Error Spainrsquo;s|
|American Empire Extending Spainrsquo;s|
|Empire to the North Disease and Population Losses Ecological Imperialism Spainrsquo;s|
|European Rivals The Protestant Reformation English Beginnings in America|
|The Settlement of Virginia "Purifying" the Church of England|
|Colony Winthrop and Massachusetts Bay Colony Troublemakers|
|Other New England Colonies Pequot War and King Philiprsquo;s War Maryland and the Carolinas French and Dutch Settlements|
|The Middle Colonies Cultural|
|Collisions Cultural Fusions|
|Debating The Past|
|How Many Indians Perished with European Settlement?|
|American Society in the Making Settlement of New France Society in New Mexico, Texas, and California|
|The English Prevail on the Atlantic Seaboard|
|The Chesapeake Colonies|
|The Lure of Land "Solving" the Labor Shortage: Slavery Prosperity in a Pipe|
|The Carolinas Home and Family in the South Georgia and the Back Country Puritan New England Puritan Women and Children Visible Puritan Saints and Others Democracies Without Democrats|
|The Dominion of New England Salem Bewitched A Merchantrsquo;s World The Middle Colonies: Economic Basis|
|The Middle Colonies: An Intermingling of Peoples "The Best Poor Manrsquo;s Country"|
|The Politics of Diversity Becoming Americans Re-Viewing the Past|
|Debating the Past|
|Were Puritan Communities Peaceable?|
|America in the British Empire|
|The British Colonial System Mercantilism|
|The Navigation Acts|
|The Effects of Mercantilism|
|The Great Awakening|
|The Rise and Fall of Jonathan Edwards|
|The Enlightenment in America Colonial Scientific Achievements Repercussions of Distant Wars|
|The Great War for the Empire Britain Victorious|
|The Peace of Paris Burdens of an Expanded Empire Tightening Imperial Controls|
|The Sugar Act American Colonists Demand Rights|
|The Stamp Act|
|The Pot Set to Boiling Rioters or Rebels?|
|Taxation or Tyranny?|
|The Declaratory Act|
|The Townshend Duties The Boston Massacre|
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