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"Thoroughly revised and updated, The Prentice Hall Atlas of World History, Second Edition applies the most modern and innovative map-making techniques to present both a broad overview and a detailed examination of the many strands of global history." "Features of the atlas include: an integrated cartographic approach that allows readers to look at world history from a number of different perspectives: global, thematic, regional, and chronological; two-page maps that provide a comprehensive overview of world history at key time periods; and introductions, focus questions, timelines, and map annotations that promote deeper examination of the interplay between geography and history."--BOOK JACKET.
Table of Contents
|Emergence of Modern Humans|
|The World: Prehistory-10,000 BCE|
|Early Peoples of North America|
|Early Peoples of South America|
|The World: 10,000-5000 BCE|
|The Advent of Agriculture|
|The World: 5000-2500 BCE|
|The First East Asian Civilizations|
|The Fertile Crescent|
|Urban Centers and Trade Routes|
|The First Empires|
|The Growth of the City|
|The World: 750-500 BCE|
|The Mediterranean World, 700-300 BCE|
|The Empire of Alexander|
|The World: 500-250 BCE|
|Trade in the Classical World|
|The Roman Empire|
|Religions of the World After 400 CE|
|The World: 500-750 CE|
|Civilizations and Cultures of North America 100-1500 CE|
|The EMpires of the Andes, 350 BCE-1475 CE|
|The Empire of Charlemagne|
|The Abbasid Caliphate|
|The Islamic Imprint|
|African Empires and City-States|
|States and Empires in South Asia 300-1550|
|The Age of the Crusades|
|The Age of the Mongols|
|Trade in Medieval Europe|
|The Black Death|
|The World: 1300-1400|
|The Aztec Empire|
|The Inca Empire|
|Global Economies and Technologies, ca 1500|
|Voyages of European Expansion|
|The World: 1500-1600|
|The Ming and the Outside WOrld|
|Reunification of Japan|
|The Religious Map of Europe in 1590|
|The Height of the Ottoman Empire|
|The Mughal Empire|
|The World: 1600-1700|
|17th Century Europe|
|Qing China, 1644-1800|
|The World Slave Trade|
|African Slave Exporting Regions, ca 1750|
|The Colonization of North America|
|The Enlightenment in Europe: Subscriptions to the Encyclopedia|
|South and Southeast Asia, 1765|
|An Era of Revolution|
|The Napoleonic Empire|
|Europe After the Congress of Vienna, 1815-1852|
|Industrial Development in Europe, 1850-1914|
|Foreign Imperialism in East Asia|
|Imperialism in the Pacific|
|Early European Impact in Australia|
|The World: 1800-1850|
|North America: 1783-1905|
|The Scramble for Africa|
|South America 1830-1920|
|The Economic Revolution|
|The World in 1900|
|Movements Against Colonial Rule, 1880-1920|
|World War I|
|Europe During the Great Depression|
|World War II|
|The Cold War|
|Decolonization of Africa|
|Decolonization of South and Southeast Asia|
|Palestine and Israel, 1947-2007|
|The United States in the 1960s: Protests and Urban Unrest|
|Political Change in South America Since 1930|
|Tiger Economies and Chinese Development|
|Chinese Expansion and Asian Nationalism|
|The Collapse of Communism and the EU|
|The Panislamic World|
|Global Warming, 1976-2006|
|The Modern World|
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