Prentice Hall Atlas of World History

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  • Edition: 2nd
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2008-03-05
  • Publisher: Pearson

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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
Polynesian Migrations
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
Han China
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
Safavid Persia
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
Global Migration
Movements Against Colonial Rule, 1880-1920
Japanese Modernization
World War I
Russian Revolution
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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