PART I: Everything You Need to Supplement American History
Curriculum unit, CD-ROM
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Sections and lessons:
- Native America: oral histories, the earliest inhabitants, site mapping, tribal cultures, sign language, totem poles, the discovery of America, explorers
- Colonial Era: Roanoke, Jamestown, immigration, town life, farm life, laborers, the Triangle Trade, mercantilism, the French and Indian War, taxation
- Revolution: new taxation, the Boston Massacre, protests, Lexington and Concord, Revolutionary leaders, declaring independence, analyzing revolutions, battles, French involvement
- A New Nation: the Articles of Confederation, the Constitutional Convention, the Constitution, amendment and ratification, George Washington’s presidency, early political parties, Jeffersonian democracy, the War of 1812, Jefferson and Jackson
- Growing Pains: the Industrial Revolution, frontier life, Indian removal, Red and Black Seminoles, Texas and Mexico, land acquisitions, Forty-Niners, westward expansion, trails west, state settlement, sectionalism and compromise
- Divided States of America: abolitionism, the role of women in the abolitionist movement, Dred Scott, Bleeding Kansas and Harpers Ferry, secession, the war’s beginning, the war’s end, war crimes
This title is part of the series: EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO SUPPLEMENT AMERICAN HISTORY
8½" x 11"