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Henry Steele Commager, Samuel Eliot Morison, William E Leuchtenburg
Pre-1615 life in North America through the post-Civil War Reconstruction years, ending in 1877
This full-year course is designed to give students a very good understanding of the period of history from pre-1615 life in North America through the post-Civil War Reconstruction years, ending in 1877. This includes early European explorations, the colonial period, the founding of the United States, the Revolutionary War, the development of our government, and the principles upon which it is based, the expansion of our national borders, the War of 1812, the development of political parties, the Mexican War, and the Civil War, along with its causes and results. Social, economic, and political issues are addressed throughout the book.
Our Student Guide provides reading notes for each chapter, as well as comprehension questions that help students focus on the most important information from each chapter. The Teacher Guide includes three tests.