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9780618377169

The Americans

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    9780618377169

  • ISBN10:

    0618377166

  • Edition: Student
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2004-01-31
  • Publisher: HOUGHTON MIFFLIN
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Table of Contents

Unit 1 American Beginnings to 1783
Student Guide to the Sunshine State Standards
xxxi
Strategies for Taking the FCAT
1(1)
Three Worlds Meet 1200 B.C.--A.D. 1500
2(32)
Peopling the Americas
4(4)
North American Societies Around 1492
8(6)
Science & Technology: Forensic Reconstructions
9(5)
West African Societies Around 1492
14(6)
European Societies Around 1492
20(6)
Science & Technology: The Caravel
24(2)
Transatlantic Encounters
26(8)
Point/Counterpoint: Columbus's Legacy
30(2)
Chapter 1 Assessment
32(2)
The American Colonies Emerge 1492--1681
34(30)
Spain's Empire in the Americas
36(6)
An English Settlement at Jamestown
42(7)
Puritan New England
49(6)
Settlement of the Middle Colonies
55(9)
Geography Spotlight: Surviving in a New World
60(2)
Chapter 2 Assessment
62(2)
The Colonies Come of Age 1650--1765
64(30)
England and Its Colonies
66(6)
The Agricultural South
72(7)
The Commercial North
79(6)
The French and Indian War
85(9)
Daily Life: Colonial Courtship
90(2)
Chapter 3 Assessment
92(2)
The War for Independence 1765--1783
94(36)
The Stirrings of Rebellion
96(7)
Ideas Help Start a Revolution
103(10)
The Declaration of Independence
109(4)
Struggling Toward Saratoga
113(5)
Winning the War
118(12)
Tracing Themes: Women and Political Power
124(2)
Chapter 4 Assessment
126(4)
Unit 2 A New Nation 1781--1850
Shaping a New Nation 1781--1788
130(50)
Experimenting with Confederation
132(8)
Geography Spotlight: The Land Ordinance of 1785
138(2)
Drafting the Constitution
140(4)
Ratifying the Constitution
144(36)
Chapter 5 Assessment
150(2)
The Living Constitution
152(22)
Tracing Themes: Voting Rights
174(2)
The Living Constitution Assessment
176(2)
Projects for Citizenship: Applying the Constitution
178(2)
Launching the New Nation 1789--1816
180(30)
Washington Heads the New Government
182(8)
Daily Life: Young People in the Early Republic
188(2)
Foreign Affairs Trouble the Nation
190(7)
Jefferson Alters the Nation's Course
197(5)
The War of 1812
202(8)
Supreme Court: Marbury v. Madison
206(2)
Chapter 6 Assessment
208(2)
Balancing Nationalism and Sectionalism 1815--1840
210(28)
Regional Economies Create Differences
212(26)
Science & Technology: A New England Textile Mill
214(2)
Science & Technology: The Cotton Gin
216(3)
Nationalism at Center Stage
219(5)
The Age of Jackson
224(4)
Point/Counterpoint: The Indian Removal Act
228(2)
Jackson, States' Rights, and the National Bank
230(6)
Chapter 7 Assessment
236(2)
Reforming American Society 1820--1850
238(34)
Religion Sparks Reform
240(8)
American Literature: Literature of the Transcendentalists
246(2)
Slavery and Abolition
248(6)
Women and Reform
254(5)
The Changing Workplace
259(13)
Daily Life: Working at Mid-Century
266(2)
Chapter 8 Assessment
268(4)
Unit 3 An Era of Growth and Disunion 1825--1877
Expanding Markets and Moving West 1825--1847
272(30)
The Market Revolution
274(6)
Manifest Destiny
280(8)
Geography Spotlight: Mapping the Oregon Trail
286(2)
Expansion in Texas
288(5)
The War with Mexico
293(9)
Chapter 9 Assessment
300(2)
The Union in Peril 1850--1861
302(34)
The Divisive Politics of Slavery
304(6)
Protest, Resistance, and Violence
310(8)
The Birth of the Republican Party
318(6)
Tracing Themes: States' Rights
322(2)
Slavery and Secession
324(12)
Supreme Court: Dred Scott v. Sandford
332(2)
Chapter 10 Assessment
334(2)
The Civil War 1861--1865
336(38)
The Civil War Begins
338(8)
The Politics of War
346(5)
Life During Wartime
351(6)
Science & Technology: Battlefield Medicine
355(2)
The North Takes Charge
357(9)
The Legacy of the War
366(8)
Chapter 11 Assessment
372(2)
Reconstruction and Its Effects 1865--1877
374(32)
The Politics of Reconstruction
376(7)
Reconstructing Society
383(10)
The Collapse of Reconstruction
393(13)
Point/Counterpoint: The Legacy of Reconstruction
400(2)
Chapter 12 Assessment
402(4)
Unit 4 Migration and Industrialization 1877--1917
Changes on the Western Frontier 1877--1900
406(28)
Cultures Clash on the Prairie
408(12)
Daily Life: Gold Mining
418(2)
Settling on the Great Plains
420(5)
Science & Technology: Inventions that Tamed the Prairie
423(2)
Farmers and the Populist Movement
425(9)
American Literature: Literature of the West
430(2)
Chapter 13 Assessment
432(2)
A New Industrial Age 1877--1900
434(24)
The Expansion of Industry
436(6)
Geography Spotlight: Industry Changes the Environment
440(2)
The Age of the Railroads
442(5)
Big Business and Labor
447(11)
Chapter 14 Assessment
456(2)
Immigrants and Urbanization 1877--1914
458(22)
The New Immigrants
460(8)
Tracing Themes: Diversity and the National Identity
466(2)
The Challenges of Urbanization
468(5)
Politics in the Gilded Age
473(7)
Chapter 15 Assessment
478(2)
Life at the Turn of the 20th Century 1877--1917
480(30)
Science and Urban Life
482(6)
Science & Technology: Aviation Pioneers
486(2)
Education and Culture
488(4)
Segregation and Discrimination
492(6)
Supreme Court: Plessy v. Ferguson
496(2)
The Dawn of Mass Culture
498(12)
Daily Life: Going to the Show
504(2)
Chapter 16 Assessment
506(4)
Unit 5 Modern America Emerges 1890--1920
The Progressive Era 1890--1920
510(36)
The Origins of Progressivism
512(7)
Women in Public Life
519(4)
Teddy Roosevelt's Square Deal
523(11)
American Literature: The Muckrakers
532(2)
Progressivism Under Taft
534(4)
Wilson's New Freedom
538(8)
Chapter 17 Assessment
544(2)
America Claims an Empire 1890--1920
546(30)
Imperialism and America
548(4)
The Spanish-American War
552(6)
Acquiring New Lands
558(7)
America as a World Power
565(11)
Science & Technology: The Panama Canal
567(5)
Geography Spotlight: The Panama Canal: Funnel for Trade
572(2)
Chapter 18 Assessment
574(2)
The First World War 1914--1920
576(40)
World War I Begins
578(9)
American Power Tips the Balance
587(7)
Science & Technology: Technology at War
590(4)
The War at Home
594(10)
Supreme Court: Schenck v. United States
602(2)
Wilson Fights for Peace
604(12)
Point/Counterpoint: The League of Nations
607(3)
Tracing Themes: America in World Affairs
610(2)
Chapter 19 Assessment
612(4)
Unit 6 The 1920s and the Great Depression 1919--1940
Politics of the Roaring Twenties 1919--1929
616(22)
Americans Struggle with Postwar Issues
618(7)
The Harding Presidency
625(3)
The Business of America
628(10)
Tracing Themes: Economic Opportunity
634(2)
Chapter 20 Assessment
636(2)
The Roaring Life of the 1920s 1920--1929
638(30)
Changing Ways of Life
640(6)
The Twenties Woman
646(6)
Daily Life: Youth in the Roaring Twenties
650(2)
Education and Popular Culture
652(6)
The Harlem Renaissance
658(10)
American Literature: Literature in the Jazz Age
664(2)
Chapter 21 Assessment
666(2)
The Great Depression Begins 1929--1933
668(24)
The Nation's Sick Economy
670(8)
Hardship and Suffering During the Depression
678(6)
Hoover Struggles with the Depression
684(8)
Chapter 22 Assessment
690(2)
The New Deal 1933--1940
692(40)
A New Deal Fights the Depression
694(7)
The Second New Deal Takes Hold
701(9)
Supreme Court: NLRB v. Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp.
708(2)
The New Deal Affects Many Groups
710(6)
Culture in the 1930s
716(5)
The Impact of the New Deal
721(11)
Point/Counterpoint: The New Deal
722(4)
Geography Spotlight: The Tennessee Valley Authority
726(2)
Chapter 23 Assessment
728(4)
Unit 7 World War II and Its Aftermath 1931--1960
World War Looms 1931--1941
732(34)
Dictators Threaten World Peace
734(8)
War in Europe
742(6)
The Holocaust
748(8)
America Moves Toward War
756(10)
Point/Counterpoint: Isolationism
758(1)
Science & Technology: German Wolf Packs
759(5)
Chapter 24 Assessment
764(2)
The United States in World War II 1941--1945
766(40)
Mobilizing for Defense
768(7)
The War for Europe and North Africa
775(9)
The War in the Pacific
784(12)
Point/Counterpoint: Dropping the Atomic Bomb
791(3)
Tracing Themes: Science and Technology
794(2)
The Home Front
796(10)
Supreme Court: Korematsu v. United States
802(2)
Chapter 25 Assessment
804(2)
Cold War Conflicts 1945--1960
806(32)
Origins of the Cold War
808(7)
The Cold War Heats Up
815(7)
The Cold War at Home
822(6)
Two Nations Live on the Edge
828(10)
American Literature: Science Fiction Reflects Cold War Fears
834(2)
Chapter 26 Assessment
836(2)
The Postwar Boom 1946--1960
838(36)
Postwar America
840(7)
The American Dream in the Fifties
847(11)
Geography Spotlight: The Road to Suburbia
856(2)
Popular Culture
858(8)
Daily Life: The Emergence of the Teenager
864(2)
The Other America
866(8)
Chapter 27 Assessment
870(4)
Unit 8 Living with Great Turmoil 1954--1975
The New Frontier and the Great Society 1960--1968
874(30)
Kennedy and the Cold War
876(9)
The New Frontier
885(7)
Geography Spotlight: The Movement of Migrant Workers
890(2)
The Great Society
892(12)
Point/Counterpoint: The Legacy of the Great Society
898(2)
Supreme Court: Miranda v. Arizona
900(2)
Chapter 28 Assessment
902(2)
Civil Rights 1954--1968
904(30)
Taking on Segregation
906(10)
Supreme Court: Brown v. Board of Education
914(2)
The Triumphs of a Crusade
916(7)
Challenges and Changes in the Movement
923(11)
Tracing Themes: Civil Rights
930(2)
Chapter 29 Assessment
932(2)
The Vietnam War Years 1954--1975
934(38)
Moving Toward Conflict
936(6)
U.S. Involvement and Escalation
942(6)
A Nation Divided
948(6)
1968: A Tumultuous Year
954(6)
The End of the War and Its Legacy
960(12)
American Literature: Literature of the Vietnam War
968(2)
Chapter 30 Assessment
970(2)
An Era of Social Change 1960--1975
972(26)
Latinos and Native Americans Seek Equality
974(8)
Supreme Court: Reynolds v. Sims
980(2)
Women Fight for Equality
982(5)
Culture and Counterculture
987(11)
Daily Life: Signs of the Sixties
992(2)
Chapter 31 Assessment
994(4)
Unit 9 Passage to a New Century 1968--2004
An Age of Limits 1968--1980
998(36)
The Nixon Administration
1000(8)
Watergate: Nixon's Downfall
1008(8)
Daily Life: Television Reflects American Life
1014(2)
The Ford and Carter Years
1016(10)
Supreme Court: Regents v. Bakke
1024(2)
Environmental Activism
1026(8)
Science & Technology: The Accident at Three Mile Island
1029(3)
Chapter 32 Assessment
1032(2)
The Conservative Tide 1980--1992
1034(30)
A Conservative Movement Emerges
1036(4)
Conservative Policies Under Reagan and Bush
1040(6)
Social Concerns in the 1980s
1046(8)
Geography Spotlight: Sunbelt, Rustbelt, Ecotopia
1052(2)
Foreign Policy After the Cold War
1054(10)
Point/Counterpoint: Intervention Abroad
1059(3)
Chapter 33 Assessment
1062(2)
The United States in Today's World 1992--2004
1064
The 1990s and the New Millennium
1066(9)
The New Global Economy
1075(7)
American Literature: Women Writers Reflect Diversity
1080(2)
Technology and Modern Life
1082(6)
Science & Technology: Alternative Cars
1086(2)
The Changing Face of America
1088(12)
Tracing Themes: Immigration and Migration
1094(2)
Chapter 34 Assessment
1096(4)
Epilogue: Issues for the 21st Century
The War on Terrorism
1100(4)
Iraq: Confronting a Dictatorship
1104(2)
The Debate Over Immigration
1106(2)
Crime and Public Safety
1108(2)
Issues in Education
1110(2)
The Communications Revolution
1112(2)
Curing the Health Care System
1114(2)
Breaking the Cycle of Poverty
1116(2)
Tough Choices About Social Security
1118(2)
Women in the Work Force
1120(2)
The Conservation Controversy
1122
REFERENCE SECTION
Atlas by Rand McNally
1(1)
Skillbuilder Handbook
2(36)
Economics Handbook
38(10)
Facts About the States
48(2)
Presidents of the United States
50(3)
Glossary 53(17)
Spanish Glossary 70(18)
Index 88(32)
Acknowledgments 120

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