9780030533594

World History: People & Nations

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  • Copyright: 1999-01-01
  • Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt School

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Table of Contents

Geography and World History: An Introduction xxv
UNIT 1 The Beginnings of Civilization xxx
The Emergence of Civilization C. 3,700,000 B.C.--1200 B.C.
2(14)
Prehistoric Peoples
3(6)
What If?---The Ice Age
5(2)
History Through the Arts: Sculpture---Prehistoric Ivory Head
7(2)
The Foundations of Civilization
9(7)
Building History Study Skills: Interpreting Visuals---Using a Time Line to Understand B.C. and A.D.
12(4)
The First Civilizations C. 6000 B.C.--587 B.C.
16(32)
Ancient Kingdoms of the Nile
17(7)
History Through the Arts: Metalworking---Funeral Mask of a Pharaoh
23(1)
Egyptian Life and Culture
24(3)
Connections: Then and Now---Cotton
25(2)
Sumerian Civilization
27(5)
Technology---Technology of the First Civilizations
29(2)
Building History Study Skills: Reading About History---Evaluating Sources of Evidence
31(1)
Empires of the Fertile Crescent
32(6)
The Phoenicians, Lydians, and Hebrews
38(10)
What If?---The Phoenician Alphabet
38(2)
Perspectives: Legacies of the Past---Money
40(4)
Linking Geography to History---The Amazing Variety of Earth's Surface
44(4)
Ancient Indian Civilization C. 2500 B.C.--A.D. 550
48(20)
Indus Valley Civilization
49(5)
Economics---Industry and Trade in the Indus Valley
52(1)
Building History Study Skills: Reading About History---Classifying Information
53(1)
Indo-Aryan Migrants
54(3)
Technology---Clues to the Past Through Archaeology
56(1)
Hinduism and Buddhism
57(4)
History Through the Arts: Sculpture---The God Siva
59(1)
What If?---Siddhartha Gautama
60(1)
Ancient Indian Dynasties and Empires
61(2)
Ancient Indian Life and Culture
63(5)
Connections: Then and Now---Fairy Tales
65(3)
Ancient Chinese Civilization C. 1500 B.C.--A.D. 589
68(30)
Geographic and Cultural Influences
69(4)
The Shang Dynasty
73(3)
History Through the Arts: Sculpture---Ancient Bronze Vessel
74(2)
The Zhou, Qin, and Han Dynasties
76(4)
Philosophies of Ancient China
80(4)
What If?---Confucius
81(2)
Building History Study Skills: Reading About History---Analyzing a Statement
83(1)
Chinese Life and Culture
84(14)
Connections: Here and There---Harvest Festivals
85(7)
Synthesis
92(6)
UNIT 2 Civilizations of the Mediterranean World 98(86)
The Greek City-States C. 2000 B.C.--404 B.C.
100(24)
Early Greeks and the Rise of City-States
101(5)
Greek Government and Society
106(5)
History Through the Arts: Literature---The Odyssey
107(2)
Connections: Then and Now---Stadiums
109(2)
Sparta and Athens
111(4)
Building History Study Skills: Reading About History---Making Comparisons
114(1)
Daily Life in Athens
115(2)
The Expansion of Greece
117(7)
What If?---The Persian Wars
119(5)
Greece's Golden and Hellenistic Ages 478 B.C.--146 B.C.
124(18)
Greek Art of the Golden Age
125(3)
History Through the Arts: Sculpture---Greek Funeral Stele
126(2)
Philosophers and Writers of the Golden Age
128(5)
Alexander the Great
133(4)
What If?---Alexander's Empire
135(1)
Building History Study Skills: Making Connections with History---Identifying Cultural Diffusion
136(1)
Connections: Then and Now---Memorials
137(1)
The Spread of Hellenistic Culture
137(5)
The Roman World 1000 B.C.--A.D. 476
142(42)
The Founding of the Roman Republic
143(5)
Civics---Citizens' Rights in the Roman Republic
146(2)
Roman Expansion
148(3)
What If?---Hannibal
149(2)
The Roman Empire
151(6)
Linking Geography to History---Ancient Views of World Geography
154(2)
Building History Study Skills: Writing About History---Formulating a Thesis Statement
156(1)
Roman Society and Culture
157(6)
Connections: Then and Now---Baths
161(1)
History Through the Arts: Literature---The Metamorphoses
162(1)
The Rise of Christianity
163(4)
The Fall of the Roman Empire in the West
167(17)
Perspectives: Legacies of the Past---Rome: An Enduring Legacy
172(6)
Synthesis
178(6)
UNIT 3 The World in Transition 184(138)
The Byzantine Empire, Kievan Russia, and the Mongols A.D. 395-1589
186(18)
The Byzantine Empire
187(9)
Economics---Byzantine Silk Manufacturing and Trade
190(2)
Building History Study Skills: Thinking About History---Identifying Bias
192(1)
What If?---The Byzantine Empire
193(2)
Connections: Then and Now---Spices
195(1)
The Rise of Russia
196(3)
The Rise of the Mongols
199(5)
History Through the Arts: Painting---Sacred Icons
201(3)
The Islamic Empire A.D. 570--1761
204(20)
The Rise and Spread of Islam
205(6)
Building History Study Skills: Reading About History---Understanding Sequence
207(2)
What If?---Constantinople
209(2)
Islamic Civilization
211(4)
Connections: Then and Now---Medicine
213(1)
History Through the Arts: Weaving---Carpets of the Muslim World
214(1)
Islamic and Mughal Rulers in India
215(9)
Perspectives: Legacies of the Past---The Glory of Islam
218(6)
The Rise of the Middle Ages A.D. 432-1328
224(26)
The Rise of the Franks
225(5)
What If?---Battle of Tours
226(4)
Feudalism and the Manorial System
230(5)
Building History Study Skills: Thinking About History---Distinguishing a Fact from a Value Statement
234(1)
The Church
235(4)
History Through the Arts: Print Design---Lindisfarne Gospels
237(2)
The Struggle for Power in England and France
239(6)
Civics: The Magna Carta
243(2)
The Clash over Germany and Italy
245(5)
The High Middle Ages A.D. 1000--1500
250(26)
The Crusades
251(5)
What If?---The Crusades
253(1)
Linking Geography to History---The World of Arab Geographers
254(2)
The Revival of Trade
256(3)
Connections: Then and Now---Tolls
257(1)
Economics---Trade Fairs of the Middle Ages
258(1)
The Growth of Towns
259(3)
Life and Culture in the Middle Ages
262(5)
History Through the Arts: Literature---The Canterbury Tales
263(2)
Building History Study Skills: Making Connections with History---Linking Literature to History
265(2)
Wars and the Growth of Nations
267(4)
Challenges to Church Power
271(5)
The Civilizations of East Asia A.D. 552-1573
276(18)
China Under the Sui, Tang, and Song Dynasties
277(5)
History Through the Arts: Sculpture---Tang Camel
279(3)
The Mongol Empire
282(4)
Connections: Here and There---Travelers East and West
285(1)
Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asia
286(8)
What If?---The ``Divine Wind''
287(2)
Building History Study Skills: Reading About History---Reading a Chart
289(5)
Africa and the Americas 1800 B.C.--A.D. 1500
294(28)
Africa's Early History
295(4)
Connections: Here and There---Trumpets
298(1)
African City---States and Kingdoms
299(6)
Building History Study Skills: Writing About History---Paraphrasing Information
301(2)
History Through the Arts: Sculpture---Royal Figure from West Africa
303(2)
The Earliest Americans
305(4)
What If?---The Bering Strait
305(4)
The Empires of Mexico and Peru
309(13)
Synthesis
316(6)
UNIT 4 The Emergence of Modern Nations 322(164)
The Renaissance, Reformation, and Scientific Revolution 1350--1700
324(30)
Renaissance Writers and Artists
325(8)
Civics: Machiavelli---Lessons in Statecraft
327(2)
History Through the Arts: Painting---Realism and Perspective
329(2)
Building History Study Skills: Making Connections with History---Using Art to Understand Values
331(2)
The Protestant Reformation
333(3)
The Catholic Reformation
336(5)
Culture and Daily Life
341(5)
Connections: Then and Now---Games
343(2)
What If?---Printing
345(1)
The Scientific Revolution
346(8)
Technology---The Microscope and the Telescope
349(5)
European Exploration, Expansion, and Absolutism 1400--1800
354(38)
The Foundations of European Exploration
355(5)
Technology---A Mariner's Astrolabe
357(2)
Economics---The Growth of Banking Families
359(1)
Voyages of Portugal and Spain
360(8)
Connections: Here and There---The Columbian Exchange
364(4)
The Spanish and Dutch Empires
368(7)
History Through the Arts: Painting---Young Woman with a Water Jug
373(2)
France in the Age of Absolutism
375(4)
Eastern and Central Europe in the Age of Absolutism
379(13)
Building History Study Skills: Reading About History---Making Inferences
380(5)
What If?---Russian Expansion
385(7)
Revolution and Change in England 1485-1760
392(22)
The Tudors and the Stuarts
393(7)
Connections: Then and Now---Theater
396(2)
History Through the Arts: Literature---The Authorized Version of the Bible (The King James Bible)
398(2)
Civil War and Revolution
400(2)
What If?---English Civil War
402(1)
England's Constitutional Monarchy
402(6)
Building History Study Skills: Reading About History---Identifying a Point of View
406(2)
English Colonial Expansion
408(6)
The American and French Revolutions 1715-1829
414(38)
The Enlightenment
415(3)
The American Revolution
418(5)
The French Revolution
423(11)
Connections: Then and Now---Independence Days
427(3)
Perspectives: Legacies of the Past---Two Declarations of Freedom
430(3)
Building History Study Skills: Thinking About History---Examining How Perspective Influences Viewpoints
433(1)
The French Republic
434(5)
What If?---Louis XVI
434(3)
History Through the Arts: Painting---The Death of Marat
437(2)
The Napoleonic Era
439(5)
A Return to Peace
444(8)
Asia in Transition 1368-1868
452(34)
The Ming and Qing Dynasties
453(10)
What If?---Sea Power
455(7)
Building History Study Skills: Thinking About History---Analyzing Consequences
462(1)
The Tokugawa Shoguns in Japan
463(5)
History Through the Arts: Printing---Evening Squall at Ohashi
466(2)
The Islamic Empires of Asia
468(18)
Linking Geography to History: The Mercator Projection---A Map for Navigators
472(8)
Synthesis
480(6)
UNIT 5 Industrialism and Nationalism 486(150)
The Industrial Revolution 1600--1901
488(26)
The Origins of the Industrial Revolution
489(8)
Perspectives: Legacies of the Past---The Story Behind the Industrial Revolution
492(2)
What If?---The Cotton Gin
494(3)
The Factory System
497(4)
Technology---Thonet Rocker
499(2)
New Methods and Business Organizations
501(3)
Living and Working Conditions
504(5)
Building History Study Skills: Interpreting Visuals---Determining Cause and Effect
505(2)
History Through the Arts: Literature---Hard Times
507(2)
Calls for Reform
509(5)
Life in the Industrial Age 1800--1928
514(28)
Advances in Technology and Communication
515(3)
History Through the Arts: Printing---Paris Exposition Poster
516(2)
Technology---Petroleum and the Industrial Age
518(1)
Advances in Science and Medicine
518(7)
What If?---Vaccines
520(1)
Connections: Then and Now---Science Fiction
521(4)
Social Sciences in the Industrial Age
525(3)
Society and Culture in the Industrial Age
528(6)
Literature, Music, and Art in the Industrial Age
534(8)
Building History Study Skills: Interpreting Visuals---Using Art as a Historical Document
537(5)
The Age of Reform 1791-1911
542(30)
Liberal Reforms in Great Britain and Its Empire
543(9)
Building History Study Skills: Reading About History---Understanding Ideology
545(3)
Connections: Here and There---Hunger and Despair: The Irish Potato Famine
548(2)
What If?---Great Britain and the American Revolution
550(2)
Expansion and Reform in the United States
552(5)
Revolution and Reform in France
557(6)
History Through the Arts: Painting---The Gleaners
559(4)
Independence Movements in Latin America
563(9)
Nationalism in Europe 1806-1913
572(26)
The Unification of Italy
573(4)
The Unification of Germany
577(7)
Civics---Nationalism
580(3)
Building History Study Skills: Writing About History---Writing a Comparison Essay
583(1)
Opposition to Bismarck
584(3)
What If?---Bismarck
586(1)
Reform and Revolution in Russia
587(4)
History Through the Arts: Metalworking---Faberge Egg
589(2)
Unrest in Austria---Hungary
591(7)
The Age of Imperialism 1830--1917
598(38)
The Roots of Imperialism
599(4)
History Through the Arts: Literature---The Voice of Rudyard Kipling
602(1)
European Claims in North Africa and the Sudan
603(3)
European Claims in Sub---Saharan Africa
606(6)
Linking Geography to History: The Berlin Conference---Making a New Map of Africa
609(2)
Building History Study Skills: Thinking About History---Determining Relevancy
611(1)
European Expansion in South and East Asia
612(5)
Foreign Influence in Southeast Asia and the Pacific
617(3)
What If?---Imperialism
618(2)
Imperialism in Latin America
620(16)
Synthesis
630(6)
UNIT 6 World War in the Twentieth Century 636(112)
World War I and the Russian Revolution 1882-1920
638(26)
Setting the Stage for War
639(6)
World War I: A New Kind of War
645(7)
Perspectives: Legacies of the Past---Weapons That Changed History
646(4)
Connections: Then and Now---Women in Wartime
650(2)
The Russian Revolution
652(2)
The Terms of Peace
654(3)
What If?---Nations at War
655(1)
History Through the Arts: Painting---Duchamp and the Dadaists
656(1)
Creating a ``New Europe''
657(7)
Building History Study Skills: Interpreting Visuals---Using a Map as a Historical Document
658(6)
The Great Depression and the Rise of Totalitarianism 1919-1936
664(26)
The Postwar Era
665(5)
History Through the Arts: Films---Charlie Chaplin in Modern Times
667(2)
Technology---The Development of Radio
669(1)
Postwar Prosperity Crumbles
670(4)
What If?---The Great Depression
672(2)
Political Tensions After World War I
674(5)
Fascist Dictatorships in Italy and Germany
679(6)
Building History Study Skills: Thinking About History---Analyzing Documents
683(2)
Dictatorship in the Soviet Union
685(5)
New Political Forces in Africa, Asia, and Latin America 1898-1938
690(20)
The British Empire in the Postwar Era
691(4)
Building History Study Skills: Writing About History---Writing a Problem---Solution Essay
693(2)
Turkey, Persia, and Africa
695(2)
Unrest in China
697(4)
Civics---P'u-i, the Last Emperor of China
699(2)
Japan Between the Wars
701(3)
What If?---The Russo-Japanese War
702(2)
Latin America Between the Wars
704(6)
History Through the Arts: Frescoes---Rivera's Fruits of Labor
705(5)
World War II 1921-1945
710(38)
Threats to World Peace
711(5)
History Through the Arts: Painting---Guernica
715(1)
Pablo Picasso
Hitler's Aggressions
716(4)
What If?---The League of Nations
718(2)
Axis Gains
720(5)
Connections: Here and There---Resistance to Nazi Occupation
723(2)
The Soviet Union and the United States
725(6)
Linking Geography to History---Geopolitics
728(3)
The End of the War
731(17)
Building History Study Skills: Reading About History---Understanding a Biographical Account
735(7)
Synthesis
742(6)
UNIT 7 The World Since 1945 748
Europe and North America in the Postwar Years 1945-1968
750
Aftermath of the War in Europe
751
What If?---The United Nations
756
Origins of the Cold War
756
Building History Study Skills: Reading About History---Identifying an Argument
758
Reconstruction, Reform, and Reaction in Europe
762
History Through the Arts: Architecture---Chapel
765
Le Corbusier
The United States and Canada
767
Asia Since 1945 1945-The Present
774
South Asia After Empire
775
The Rise of Communist China and Taiwan
782
Building History Study Skills: Reading About History---Identifying Fallacies in Reasoning
784
What If?---China and the United States
788
Civics---The Transfer of Hong Kong
789
The Japanese Miracle
793
Independence Struggles in Southeast Asia
797
History Through the Arts: Weaving---Ikat Cloth
799
Asian Paths to Prosperity and Security
806
Africa and the Middle East Since 1945 1945-The Present
812
African Independence After World War II
813
Africa Since Independence
821
Nationalism in North Africa and the Middle East
826
History Through the Arts: Stained Glass---Windows in Jerusalem
829
What If?---The Birth of Israel
829
War, Oil, and Revolution in North Africa and the Middle East
832
Building History Study Skills: Interpreting Visuals---Reading a Special---Purpose Map
837
Latin America Since 1945 1945-The Present
844
Facing New Challenges
845
Building History Study Skills: Making Connections with History---Linking Economics to History
847
Mexico and Central America
851
Nations of the Caribbean
857
What If?---The Bay of Pigs
859
South America
863
Connections: Then and Now---Earlier Battles for the Falklands
865
History Through the Arts: Literature---Magic Realism
869
The Superpowers in the Modern Era 1969-The Present
872
The Industrial Powers of North America
873
History Through the Arts: Architecture---Maya Ying Lin
875
Linking Geography to History---Looking Beyond Planet Earth
879
Europe
882
The Fall of Communism
890
What If?---Gorbachev
893
Building History Study Skills: Thinking About History---Conducting a Debate
898
The World in the Twenty-First Century 1945-The Present
902
Science and Technology
903
What If?---We Are Not Alone
907
Perspectives: Legacies of the Past---The Global Economy
910
Technology---Genetic Engineering
912
Health and Human Rights
913
The Arts and Literature
918
History Through the Arts: Architecture---Sydney Opera House
919
Building History Study Skills: Making Connections with History---Linking Architecture to History
921
Synthesis
930
Reference Section
Atlas
R2
Gazetteer
R22
Phonetic Respelling and Pronunciation Guide
R31
Glossary R31
Index R44
Acknowledgments R72

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