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U.S. History

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Grades K-6
Grades 4-9
Grades 7-12
Charts and Posters
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U.S. History Misc.

Colonial America
Revolutionary Era

The New Nation

Civil War/
   (1860-circa 1900)

Frontier/The West
Industrial Revolution/
Gilded Age

   New Deal

20th Century

Modern U.S. History

   Vietnam War

Civil Rights Movement
Cold War
Labor History
Social/Cultural History

U.S. History

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DBQ Practice: Ten AP-Style Document-Based Questions Designed to Help Students Prepare for the U.S. History ExaminationDBQ Practice: Ten AP-Style Document-Based Questions Designed to Help Students Prepare for the U.S. History Examination
(Print version $19.95 each, eBook $16.95 each)
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Offering valuable practice for the free-response section, these DBQs follow the exact same format used by the College Board on the AP U.S. History exam.

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DVD is becoming an increasingly popular tool for teachers, and new titles become available on DVD every week. Check out our DVD page for the latest titles and for tips on using DVD in the classroom.

Path to War Path to War

In this slice-of-live production from director John Frankenheimer, a newly inagurated Lyndon Johnson (Michael Gambon) agonizes over the decision to escalate the war or pull back from Vietnam.

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Preview the table of contents, sample lessons, or other materials from these reproducible activity books.

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1492—An Ongoing Voyage
Taken from a Library of Congress exhibit, this site examines the impact of European contact with America's indigenous peoples. It traces the history of "exploration" from a different angle than most traditional historical accounts. The site also has illustrations, such as Columbus' Coat of Arms.