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Americans: Reconstruction Through the 20th Century : Pupil's Edition (c)2002

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2/1/2001
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Table of Contents

Prologue: What Is an American? Students discuss what it means to be an American xxx
Tracing Themes in United States History Ten themes that make American history relevant for today are introduced xxxii
Themes of Geography The five themes of geography are introduced xxxiv
Review Unit 1 To 1877 American Beginnings to 1877
Beginnings to 1763
Exploration and the Colonial Era
2(44)
The Americas, West Africa, and Europe
4(10)
Spanish North America
14(8)
Early British Colonies
22(2)
Geography Spotlight The Jamestown Settlement
24(9)
The Colonies Come of Age
33(9)
Daily Life Colonial Courtship
42(2)
Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 2
44(2)
1763-1800
Revolution and the Early Republic
46(40)
Colonial Resistance and Rebellion
48(8)
The Declaration of Independence
56(3)
The War for Independence
59(7)
Tracing Themes Women in America: Women and Political Power
66(2)
Confederation and the Constitution
68(4)
Now & Then South Africa Creates a Bill of Rights
72(4)
Geography Spotlight the Land Ordinance of 1785
76(2)
Launching the New Nation
78(6)
Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 3
84(2)
The Living Constitution
86(30)
Tracing Themes Expanding Democracy: Voting Rights
108(2)
Constitution Assessment
110(2)
Projects for Citizenship Applying the Constitution
112(4)
1800-1850
The Growth of a Young Nation
116(46)
The Jeffersonian Era
118(6)
The Age of Jackson
124(9)
Manifest Destiny
133(9)
Geography Spotlight Mapping the Oregon Trail
142(2)
The Market Revolution
144(2)
Now & Then From Telegraph to Internet
146(6)
Daily Life Working at Mid-Society
152(1)
Reforming American Society
152(6)
American Literature Abolitionist Literature
158(2)
Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 4
160(2)
1850-1877
The Union in Peril
162(42)
The Divisive Politics of Slavery
164(10)
Tracing Themes Constitutional Concerns: States' Rights
174(2)
The Civil War Begins
176(8)
The North Takes Charge
184(8)
Reconstruction and Its Effects
192(4)
Now & Then From Sharecropper to Shareholder
196(4)
Point / Counterpoint Reconstruction
200(2)
Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 5
202(2)
Thematic Review of Unit 1
Immigration and Migration
204(1)
America in the World
205(1)
Cultural Diversity
205(1)
Constitutional Concerns
206(1)
Civil Rights
206(1)
Democracy in America
207(1)
Women in America
207(1)
Economic Opportunity
208(1)
Science and Technology
208(1)
The American Dream
209(3)
Unit 2 1877-1917 Bridge to the 20th Century
1877-1900
Changes on the Western Frontier
212(32)
Native American Cultures in Crisis
214(8)
The Growth of the Cattle Industry
222(6)
Daily Life Mining: Some Struck It Rich-Most Struck Out
228(2)
Settling on the Great Plains
230(5)
Farmers and the Populist Movement
235(5)
American Literature Literature of the West
240(2)
Chapter Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 6
242(2)
1877-1900
A New Industrial Age
244(28)
The Expansion of Industry
246(4)
Geography Spotlight Industry Changes the Environment
250(2)
The Age of the Railroads
252(5)
Big Business Emerges
257(3)
Point/Counterpoint Robber Barons
260(2)
Workers of the Nation Unite
262(2)
Now & Then Underage and on the Job
264(6)
Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 7
270(2)
1877-1914
Immigrants and Urbanization
272(24)
The New Immigrants
274(6)
Tracing Themes The American Dream: What Is the American Dream?
280(2)
The Problems of Urbanization
282(6)
The Emergence of the Political Machine
288(3)
Politics in the Gilded Age
291(3)
Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 8
294(2)
1877-1917
Life at the Turn of the Century
296(32)
Science and Urban Life
298(5)
Education and Culture
303(6)
Segregation and Discrimination
309(5)
Dawn of Mass Culture
314(4)
Now & Then Going to the Movies
318(4)
Daily Life New Ways to Play
322(2)
Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 9
324(4)
Unit 3 1890-1920 Modern America Emerges
1890-1920
The Progressive Era
328(34)
The Origins of Progressivism
330(7)
Women in Public Life
337(4)
Teddy Roosevelt's Square Deal
341(7)
American Literature the Muckrakers
348(2)
Progressivism Under Taft
350(4)
Wilson's New Freedom
354(6)
Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 10
360(2)
1890-1920
America Claims an Empire
362(30)
Imperialism and America
364(4)
Tracing Themes America in the World: Growing Involvement in World Affairs
368(2)
The Spanish-American-Cuban War
370(5)
Acquiring New Lands
375(7)
America as a World Power
382(2)
Now & Then U.S. Intervention
384(4)
Geography Spotlight The Panama Canal: Funnel for Trade
388(2)
Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 11
390(2)
1914-1920
The First World War
392(36)
World War I Begins
394(8)
American Power Tips the Balance
402(7)
The War at Home
409(8)
Wilson Fights for Peace
417(2)
Point/Counterpoint The League of Nations
419(3)
Tracing Themes Immigration and Migration: Immigration, Migration, and War
422(2)
Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 12
424(4)
Unit 4 1920-1940 The Twenties and the Great Depression
1920-1929
Politics of the Roaring Twenties
428(22)
Americans Struggle with Postwar Issues
430(6)
``Normalcy'' and Isolationism
436(5)
The Business of America
441(5)
Tracing Themes Economic Opportunity: Consumer Spending
446(2)
Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 13
448(2)
1920-1929
The Roaring Life of the 1920s
450(30)
Changing Ways of Life
452(6)
The Twenties Woman
458(4)
Daily Life Youth in the Roaring Twenties
462(2)
Education and Popular Culture
464(6)
The Harlem Renaissance
470(6)
American Literature Literature in the Jazz Age
476(2)
Assessment / Bridge To Chapter 14
478(2)
1929-1933
The Great Depression Begins
480(22)
The Nation's Sick Economy
482(4)
Now & Then the Dow Jones Averages
486(4)
Hardship and Suffering During the Depression
490(5)
Hoover Struggles with the Depression
495(5)
Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 15
500(2)
1933-1940
The New Deal
502(38)
A New Deal Fights the Depression
504(7)
The Second New Deal Takes Hold
511(6)
The New Deal Affects Many Groups
517(6)
Society and Culture
523(6)
The Impact of the New Deal
529(1)
Point/Counterpoint the New Deal
530(4)
Geography Spotlight the Tennessee Valley Authority
534(2)
Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 16
536(4)
Unit 5 1931-1960 World War II and Its Aftermath
1931-1941
World War Looms
540(28)
Dictators Threaten World Peace
542(6)
War in Europe
548(6)
The Holocaust
554(5)
America Moves Toward War
559(2)
Point/Counterpoint Isolationism
561(5)
Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 17
566(2)
1941-1945
The United States in World War II
568(36)
Mobilization on the Home Front
570(8)
The War for Europe and North Africa
578(8)
The War in the Pacific
586(8)
Tracing Themes Science and Technology: From the Frontlines to Your Back Yard
594(2)
The Impact of the War
596(4)
Point/Counterpoint Japanese-American Internment
600(2)
Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 18
602(2)
1945-1960
Cold War Conflicts
604(30)
Origins of the Cold War
606(7)
The Cold War Heats Up
613(6)
The Cold War at Home
619(3)
Now Then Television: Making the News
622(3)
Two Nations Live on the Edge
625(5)
American Literature Science Fiction Reflects Cold War Realities
630(2)
Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 19
632(2)
1946-1960
The Postwar Boom
634(34)
Postwar America
636(7)
The American Dream in the Fifties
643(7)
Geography Spotlight The Road to Suburbia
650(2)
Popular Culture
652(6)
Daily Life the Emergence of the Teenager
658(2)
The Other America
660(4)
Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 20
664(4)
Unit 6 1954-1975 Living with Great Turmoil
1960-1968
The New Frontier and the Great Society
668(26)
Kennedy and the Cold War
670(7)
The New Frontier
677(6)
The Great Society
683(5)
Now & Then Creating Fair Legislative Districts
688(2)
Point/ Counterpoint the Legacy of the Great Society
690(2)
Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 21
692(2)
1954-1970
Civil Rights
694(28)
Taking on Segregation
696(8)
The Triumphs of a Crusade
704(7)
Challenges and Changes in the Movement
711(7)
Tracing Themes Civil Rights: An Evolving Idea
718(2)
Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 22
720(2)
1954-1975
The Vietnam War Years
722(36)
Moving Toward Conflict
724(5)
U.S. Involvement and Escalation
729(6)
A Nation Divided
735(6)
1968: A Tumultuous Year
741(6)
The End of the War and Its Legacy
747(7)
American Literature Literature of the Vietnam War
754(2)
Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 23
756(2)
1960-1975
An Era of Social Change
758(26)
Latinos and Native Americans Seek Equality
760(6)
Geography Spotlight The Movement of Migrant Workers
766(2)
Women Fight for Equality
768(5)
Culture and Counterculture
773(5)
Daily Life Signs of the Sixties
778(2)
Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 24
780(4)
Unit 7 1968-1997 Passage to a New Century
1968-1980
An Age of Limits
784(32)
The Nixon Administration
786(7)
Watergate: Nixon's Downfall
793(5)
Daily Life Television Reflects American Life
798(2)
The Ford and Carter Years
800(8)
Environmental Activism
808(2)
Now & then Air Pollution in California
810(4)
Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 25
814(2)
1980-1992
The Conservative Tide
816(28)
A Conservative Movement Emerges
818(4)
Conservative Policies Under Reagan and Bush
822(5)
American Society in a Conservative Age
827(7)
Geography Spotlight Sunbelt, Rustbelt, Ecotopia
834(2)
Foreign Policy After the Cold War
836(4)
Point/Counterpoint Intervention Abroad
840(2)
Assessment / Bridge to Chapter 26
842(2)
1992-1997
The United States in Today's World
844(32)
The Clinton Presidency
846(7)
The New Global Economy
853(5)
American Literature Women Writers Reflect American Diversity
858(2)
Technology and Modern Life
860(6)
The Changing Face of America
866(6)
Tracing Themes Cultural Diversity: Sharing Cultures
872(2)
Assessment / Review Chapter 26
874(2)
EPILOGUE Issues for the 21st Century 876(26)
Foreign Policy After the Cold War
878(2)
The Debate over Immigration
880(4)
Crime and Public Safety
884(4)
Exploring Education Today
888(4)
Curing the Health Care System
892(2)
Women and the Glass Ceiling
894(2)
Breaking the Cycle of Poverty
896(4)
Tough Choices About Entitlements
900(2)
REFERENCE SECTION 902(57)
Skillbuilder Handbook
903(30)
Economics Handbook
933(8)
Atlas
941(13)
Facts About the States
954(2)
Presidents of the United States
956(3)
Glossary 959(14)
Spanish Glossary 973(17)
Index 990(26)
Acknowledgments 1016


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