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An invaluable collection of clear and attractive historical maps, the United States History Atlas is a handy, useful reference for any student of U.S. history. Each map has been designed to be colorful, easy-to-read, and informative, without sacrificing necessary detail or accuracy. The carefully selected maps provide comprehenisive coverage for the major historical periods in American history.
Table of Contents
1. Possible Migrations of Early Americans
2. Early Voyages of Exploration
3. European Explorations of North America
4. Native American Cultures, 1500s
5. Native American Nations, c. 1750
6. The French and Indian War, 1754-1763
7. Slave Trade Routes, 1400s-1800s
8. Settlements by Ethnic Group, c. 1755
9. French, Spanish, and English Settlements to 1776
10. The Revolutionary War in the North and West
11. The Revolutionary War in the South, 1778-1781
12. The First Thirteen States, 1779
13. Louisiana Purchase and Western Exploration
14. California's Early Settlements, 1769-1823
15. The War of 1812
16. The Missouri Compromise, 1820-1821
17. The Texas Revolution, 1835-1836
18. Principal Roads and Waterways, c.1840
19. The Mexican War, 1846-1848
20. Growth of the United States to 1853
21. Slavery in the Territories, c. 1850-1854
22. Expansion of the Railroads to 1860
23. The Election of 1860
24. Secession of the Southern States, 1861
25. The Civil War in the Eastern U.S., 1861-1862
26. The Civil War in the Central U.S., 1862-1863
27. Fredericksburg to Gettysburg, 1862-1863
28. Sherman's March, 1863-1865
29. Nation American Territorial Losses, 1850-1890
30. Reconstruction, 1868-1877
31. Western Railroads and Cattle Trails, c. 1870s
32. Immigrants to the United States, 1890
33. U.S. Intervention in Latin America, 1895-1940s
34. U.S Territory and Leases, 1857-1903
35. Woman's Suffrage before the 19th Amendment
36. World War I in Europe
37. U.S. Participation on the Western Front, 1918
38. Europe between the Wars, 1918-1939
39. The Dust Bowl, 1935-1940
40. World War II in Europe, 1940-1945
41. World War II in the Pacific, 1941-1945
42. The Balance of Power after World War II
43. The Korean War, 1950-1953
44. Public School Segregation by State, 1954
45. The Vietnam War, 1964-1975
46. Post-Cold War Europe, Middle East, and Africa
47. Immigrants to the United States, 1990
48. U.S. Population Change, 1950-1994
49. U.S. Involvement in Latin America, 1953-2000
50. The Persian Gulf War, 1991
51. The Conflict in Afghanistan, 2001
52. The U.S. Today, with Dates of Statehood
53. States of the World, 2005