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A History of US
Vol 1, The First Americans
Prehistory - 1600
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1. History? Why?
2. Away with Time
3. In the Beginning
4. How the First Americans Became Indians
p. 27, The United States of America landforms
5. Put On Your Earmuffs
States, p. 4, Alaska
6. Cliff Dwellers and Others
States, p. 12, Colorado
7. The Show-Offs
States, p. 74, Oregon
8. Taking a Tour
p. 43, Native American Tribal Groups
9. Plains Indians are Not Plain at All
10. Mound for Mound, Those Are Heavy Hills
11. Indians of the Eastern Forests
12. People of the Long House
13. Let's Turn North
p. 29, Viking Expansion
14. The Power of the Press
15. A Boy Named Christopher Has a Dream
16. A New Land is "Discovered"
p. 31, The Voyage of Christopher Columbus
17. The Next Voyage
18. Stowaways: Worms and a Dog
19. Sailing Around the World
20. What's in a Name?
21. About Beliefs and Ideas
22. New Spain
23. Ponce de Leon, Pizarro, and Spanish Colonies
States, p. 18, Florida
24. Gloom, Doom, and a Bit of Cheer
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25. North of New Spain
26. Looking for Cibola with Coronado
States, p. 6, Arizona
27. Conquistadors: California to Florida
States, p. 10 California
28. A Place Called Santa Fe
States, p. 62, New Mexico
29. Las Casa Cares
30. The Big Picture
31. From Spain to England to France
32. France in America: Pirates and Adventurers
33. Rain, Ambush, and Murder
34. New France
35. Elizabeth and Friends
36. Utopia in America
37. Lost: A Colony
States, p. 92, Virginia
38. An Armada Is a Fleet of Ships
39. The End: Keep Reading
p. 39 and 41, North America c. 1600 maps 1 and 2
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A History of US
Vol 2, Making Thirteen Colonies
1600 - 1740
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1. A Sign in the Sky
2. Across the Ocean
p. 39 and 41, North America c. 1600, maps 1 and 2
3. The First Virginians
p. 35 Europeans Settle in North America
4. English Settlers Come to Stay
p. 37 James Towne
5. John Smith
6. The Starving Time
7. A Lord, A Hurricane, A Wedding
8. A Share in America
9. Jamestown Makes It
10. 1619 - A Big Year
11. Indians vs. Colonists
12. Massacre in Virginia, Poverty in England
13. The Mayflower: Saints and Strangers
p. 45 Plymouth Colony
14. Pilgrims, Indians, and Puritans
15. Puritans, Puritans, and More Puritans
16. Of Towns and Schools and Sermons
17. Roger Williams
18. "Woman, Hold Your Tongue"
19. Statues on the Common
20. Of Witches and Dinosaurs
21. Connecticut, New Hampshire, and Maine
p. 55 The New England Colonies
22. King Philip's War
p. 47 King Philip's War
23. The Indians Win This One
24. What's a Colony?
p. 49 The Original 13 Colonies
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25. Silvernails and Big Tub
p. 57 The Middle Colonies
26. West to Jersey
27. Cromwell and Charles
28. William the Wise
29. Ben Franklin
30. Maryland's Form of Toleration
31. Carry Me Back to Ole Virginny
p. 59 The Southern Colonies
32. The Good Life
33. Virginia's Capital
34. Pretend Some More
35. South Carolina: Riches, Rice, Slaves
36. North Carolina: Dissenters and Pirates
37. Royal Colonies and a No-Blood Revolution
38. A Nasty Triangle
p. 34 African Exploitation
39. Four and Nine Make Thirteen
40. Over the Mountains
41. Westward Ho
p. 63 The Explorations of Daniel Boone
42. The End - and the Beginning
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A History of US
Vol 3, From Colonies to Country
1735 - 1791
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1. Freedom of the Press
2. Jenkins' Ear
3. Frenchmen and Indians
4. A Most Remarkable Man
5. Pitt Steps In
p. 61 The Seven Years' War
6. Au Revoir (Goodbye), France
7. Staying in Charge
p. 63 The Explorations of Daniel Boone
8. What Is an American?
9. A Girl Who Always Did Her Best
10. The rights of Englishmen
11. A Taxing King
12. The Firebrands
13. A Massacre in Boston
14. One If by Land, Two If by Sea
p. 65, Early Battles of the Revolutionary War
15. An American Original
16. On the Way to the Second Continental Congress
17. Naming a General
18. The War of the Hills
p. 67 The Battle of Bunker Hill
19. Fighting Palm Trees
20. Declaring Independence
21. Signing Up
22. Revolutionary Women and Children
23. Freedom Fighters
24. Soldiers from Everywhere
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25. Black Soldiers
26. Fighting a War
27. Howe Billy Wished France Wouldn't Join In
28. Valley Forge to Vincennes
29. The States Write Constitutions
30. More About Choices
31. When It's Over, Shout Hooray
p. 69 The American Revolution
32. Experimenting with a Nation
33. Looking Northwest
p. 71 Westward Expansion
34. A Man with Ideas
35. A Philadelphia Welcome
36. Summer in Philly
37. A Slap on the Back
38. Roger to the Rescue
39. Just What Is a Constitution?
40. Good Words and Bad
41. No More Secrets
42. If You Can Keep It
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A History of US
Vol 4, The New Nation
1789 - 1850
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1. The Father of Our Country
2. About Being President
3. The Parties Begin
4. A Capital City
5. Counting Noses
6. The Adams Family Moves to Washington
7. About President Adams
8. Alien and Sedition: Awful and Sorry
9. Something Important: Judicial Review
10. Meet Mr. Jefferson
11. Meriwether and William - or Lewis and Clark
p. 73, Lewis & Clark Expedition
12. An Orator in a Red Jacket Speaks
13. The Great Tekamthi, Also Called Tecumseh
14. Osceola
15. The Revolutionary War Part II, or the War of 1812
p. 75 War of 1812
16. The Other Constitution
17. That Good President Monroe
p. 77 Growth of the United States 1792 - 1821
18. JQA vs. AJ
19. A Day of Celebration and Tears
20. Old Hickory
21. Yankee Ingenuity: Cotton and Muskets
22. Going Places
23. Teakettle Power
24. Making Words
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25. A Time to Weep
26. The Second Seminole War
27. History's Paradox
28. A Man Who Didn't Do As His Neighbors Did
29. African-Americans
30. The King and His People
31. Abolitionists Want to End Slavery
32. Frederick Douglass
33. Naming Presidents
p. 79 Growth of the United States 1836 - 1861
34. A Triumvirate Is Three People
35. The Great Debate
36. Liberty for All?
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A History of US
Vol 5, Liberty for All?
1820 - 1860
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1. The Long Way West
2. Mountain Men
3. Riding the Trail to Santa Fe
4. Susan Magoffin's Diary
5. Pioneers: Taking the Trail West
6. Getting There
p. 81 Trails of Expansion in the USA 1821 - 1862
7. Latter-Day Saints
8. Coast-to-Coast Destiny
9. A Hero of His Times
10. Texas: Tempting and Beautiful
11. Fighting Over a Border
p. 85 Westward Expansion / Mexican War
12. There's Gold in Them Hills
p. 83 Goldrush in California
13. Clipper Ships and Pony Express
p. 87 The Pony Express & Telegraph Lines
14. Flying by Stagecoach
15. Arithmetic at Sea
16. Thar She Blows!
17. A Japanese Boy in America
18. Cities and Progress
19. A Land of Movers
20. Workin' on the Railroad
21. "She Wishes to Ornament Their Minds"
22. Do Girls Have Brains?
23. Seneca Falls and the Rights of Women
24. A Woman Named Truth
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25. Life in the Mills
26. Working Women and Children
27. American Writers
28. Mr. Thoreau - at Home with the World
29. Melville and Company
30. If a Poet Writes You a Letter, Pay Attention
31. Painter of Birds and Painter of Indians
32. Amistad Means Friendship
33. Webster Defends the Union
34. Big Problems and a Little Giant
p. 89 Leading up to the Civil War
35. A Dreadful Decision
36. Fleeing to Freedom
37. Over the River and Underground
38. Seven Decades
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A History of US
Vol 6, War, Terrible War
1855 - 1865
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1. Americans Fighting Americans
2. The War Begins
p. 91 The American Civil War
3. Harriet and Uncle tom
4. Harriet, Also Known as Moses
5. Abraham Lincoln
6. New Salem
7. Mr. President Lincoln
8. President Jefferson Davis
9. Slavery
10. John Brown's Body
11. Lincoln's Problems
12. The Union Generals
13. The Confederate Generals
14. President Davis's Problems
15. Choosing Sides
16. The Soldiers
17. Willie and Tad
18. General McClellan's Campaign
19. War at Sea
20. Emancipation Means Freedom
21. Determined Soldiers
22. Marching Soldiers
p. 95 Vicksburg
23. Awesome Fighting
p. 93 Gettysburg
24. Lee the Fox
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25. Speeches at Gettysburg
26. More Battles - Will It Ever End?
27. The Second Inaugural
28. Closing In on the End
p. 97 The American Civil War
29. Mr. McLean's Parlor
30. A Play at Ford's Theatre
31. After Words
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A History of US
Vol 7, Reconstructing America
1865 - 1890
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1. Reconstruction Means Rebuilding
p. 99 Reconstruction
2. Who Was Andrew Johnson?
3. Presidential Reconstruction
4. Slavery and States' Rights
5. Congressional Reconstruction
6. Thaddeus Stevens: Radical
7. Impeaching a President
8. Welcome to Meeting Street
9. A Southern Girl's Diary
10. A Failed Revolution
11. Meanwhile, Out West
12. Riding the Trail
13. Rails Across the Country
14. Taking the Train
15. Fencing the Homestead
16. Reaping a Harvest
17. The Trail Ends on a Reservation
p. 101 Battle of Little Bighorn
18. The People of the Pierced Noses
19. A Villain, a Dreamer, a Cartoonist
20. Phineas Taylor Barnum
21. Huck, Tom, and Friends
22. Immigrants Speak
p. 105 Major Centers of Immigration
23. More About Immigrants
24. The Strange Case of the Chinese Laundry
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25. Going to Court
26. Tea in Wyoming
27. Are You a Citizen If You Can't Vote?
p. 103 Jim Crow Laws and Women's Right to Vote
28. Mary in the Promised Land
29. One Hundred Candles
30. How Were Things in 1876?
31. The Wizard of Electricity
32. Jim Crow - What a Fool!
p. 103 Jim Crow Laws and Women's Right to Vote
33. Ida B. Wells
34. Lynching Means Killing by a Mob
35. A Man and His Times
36. A Man Ahead of His Times
37. End Words
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A History of US
Vol 8, An Age of Extremes
1880 - 1917
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1. Carnegie
2. A Bookkeeper Named Rockefeller
3. Mr. Storyteller
4. Powerful Pierpont
5. Monopoly - Not Always a Game
6. Builders and Dreamers
7. Lady L
8. Presidents Again
9. The People's Party
10. Making Money
11. Hard Times
12. Gold and Silver
13. A Cross of Gold
14. Some Bad Ideas
15. Producing Goods
16. Harvest at Haymarket
17. Workers, Labor (and a Triangle)
18. Rolling the Leaf in Florida
19. Catching The Day
20. Telling It Like It Is
21. Bread and Roses, Too
22. The Fourth Estate
23. Ida, Sam, and the Muckrakers
24. A Boon to the Writer
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25. In Wilderness Is Preservation
26. The Gilded Age Turns Progressive
27. Teedie
28. From Dude to Cowboy
29. The Spanish-American War
30. Aloha Oe
31. Teddy Bear President
32. Jane Addams, Reformer
33. Henry Ford
34. The Birdmen
p. 109 Famous Early Flights
35. William Howard Taft
36. A Schoolteacher President
37. War
p. 107 World War I
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A History of US
Vol 9, War, Peace, and All That Jaz
1918 - 1945
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1. War's End
2. Fourteen Points
3. Another Kind of War
4. The Prohibition Amendment
5. Mom, Did You Vote?
6. Red Scare
7. Soft-Hearted Harding
8. Silent Cal and the Roaring Twenties
9. Everyone's Hero
10. Only the Ball Was White
11. American Music
12. Hubba, Hubba, Hubba!
13. Space's Pioneer
14. The Lone Eagle
p. 109 Famous Early Flights
15. The Prosperity Balloon
16. Getting Rich Quickly
17. Down and Out
p. 111 The Great Depression
18. Economic Disaster
19. A Boy Who Loved History
20. How About This?
21. A Lonely Little Girl
22. First Lady of the World
23. Handicap or Character Builder?
24. Candidate Roosevelt
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25. President Roosevelt
26. Twentieth-Century Monsters
27. A Final Solution
28. War and the Scientists
29. Fighting Wolves
30. Pearl Harbor
p 115 The Bombing of Pearl Harbor
31. Taking Sides
32. World War
33. A Two-Front War
p. 117 War in the South Pacific
34. Forgetting the Constitution
35. A Hot Island
36. Axing the Axis
37. Going for D-Day
p. 113 World War II
38. A Wartime Diary
39. April in Georgia
40. President HST
41. A Final Journey
42. Day by Day
43. A Little Boy
44. Peace
45. Picturing History
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A History of US
Vol 10, All The People
1945 - 2001
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1. The Making of a President
2. A Major Leaguer
3. A (Very Short) History of Russia
4. A Curtain of Iron
5. The Marshall Plan
6. A "Lost" Election
7. Spies
p. 119 The Cold War
8. Tail Gunner Joe
9. Liking Ike
p. 121 The Korean War
10. Houses, Kids, Cars, and Fast Food
11. French Indochina
12. Separate but Unequal
13. Linda Brown - and Others
14. MLKs, Senior and Junior
15. Rosa Parks Was Tired
16. Three Boys and Six Girls
17. Passing the Torch
18. Being President Isn't Easy
19. Some Brave Children Meet a Roaring Bull
20. Standing With Lincoln
21. The President's Number
22. LBJ
23. The Biggest Vote in History
24. Salt and Pepper the Kids
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25. A King Gets a Prize and Goes to Jail
26. From Selma to Montgomery
27. War in Southeast Asia
p. 123 The Vietnam War
28. Lyndon in Trouble
29. Friedan, Schlafly, and Friends
30. As Important As the Cotton Gin
31. Picking and Picketing
32. "These Are the Times That Try Men's Souls"
33. Up to the Mountain
34. A New Kind of Power
35. The Counterculture Rocks
36. Nixon: Vietnam, China, and Watergate
p. 125 Wars in Asia
37. A Congressman and a Peanut Farmer
38. Taking a Leading Role
39. Living on the Edge
40. The End of the Cold War
p. 127 The Gulf War
41. A Quilt, Not a Blanket
42. Is It Me or We?
43. The Land That Never Has Been Yet
44. A Boy from Hope
45. Politics and Values
46. Electing the 21st Century's First President
47. Of Colleges and Courts
48. Big Ideas
49. Catastrophe, War, and a New Century
p. 129 Attack on the United States
50. New York and the American Way
p. 131 Afghanistan
51. The Best in US (and Some Civics)
52. Religious Freedom: It's Freedom to Think For Yourself
By Sally Powell, Copyright 2011, Knowledge Quest, Inc.