TEACHING THE AMERICAN PEOPLE
A Guide for Instructors
THE AMERICAN PEOPLE
Creating a Nation and a Society
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AN OUTLINE OF AMERICAN HISTORY
"Heaven and Earth never agreed better
to frame a place for man's habitation."
John Smith, 1607
THE FIRST AMERICANS
At the height of the Ice Age, between 34,000 and 30,000 B.C., much of the world's water was contained in vast continental ice sheets...
African American History
I INTRODUCTION African American History or Black American History, a history of black people in the United States from their arrival in the Americas in the 15th century until the present day. In 1996, 33.9 million Americans, about one out of every eight people in the Uni...
1.Native Americans in the United States
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A. Native Americans in the United States is the phrase that describes indigenous peoples from North America now encompassed by the continental United States, including parts of Alaska and the island state of Hawaii....
Robert D. Geise, M. Ed Adjunct Professor of American History Park College
OUTLINE NOTES: Themes, keys, historical figures, major dates and events to know for your introductory college course. From Pre-Columbian America to the post-Civil War Reconstruction era. Study Keys will help guide you throu...
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Table of Contents
Democratic Origins and Revolutionary Writers, 1776-1820
Benjamin Franklin (Painting courtesy Library of Congress)
Thomas Paine (Portrait courtesy Library of Congress)
James Fenimore Cooper (Photo courtesy Library of Congress)
The hard-fought American Revolution against Britain (1775-178...
Background to the War
After the War of Independence the United States of America was governed by the Articles of Confederation. This provided for a weak central government and strong state governments. However, it proved unworkable and a new Constitution was adopted that resulted in a stronger Fe...
HISTORY OF THE MODERN WORLD: 1750 – 1945
Course ID: HS1042
THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR
1861 – 1865
Ante-Bellum, Bellum & Post-Bellum
April 13th, 2012
Course Instructor: Dr. Rajesh V.
Name: Kevin Fernandes
Roll No.: HS11H023
Course: 5 yr. Integrated M. A.
Table of Conten...
CRIME AND SOCIETY FROM THE MIDDLE AGES TO TODAY. Crime and punishment are two universal human experiences, found in one form or another in all of recorded history. However the form they take and the way they are conceived changes dramatically over time. The way we think of concepts such as crime and...
"American history" redirects here. For the history of the continents, see History of the Americas.
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History of the United States |
* Pre-Colonial period * Colonial period * 1776–1789 * 1789–1849 * 1849–1865 * 1865–1918 * 1918...
C u r r e n t s in
S E R I E S
Religious Histor y
I B L I O G R A P H I C A L
S S A Y
Catherine L. Albanese
C ALIFORNIA , S ANTA B ARBARA
“...American religious history—
and of American religion,...
The religious history of the United States before the colonial period was dominated by Native American religions. These religions exhibit much diversity and are often characterized by animism or panentheism. While there are many different Native American religious practices, most address the...
United States History
How did British mercantilism affect the colonies? Mercantilism greatly affected the society and culture of the colonies. The colonists adopted customs of England, bought English goods, and also took on most of England’s ideas about politics and...
Slavery and the Origins of the Civil War
Eric Foner Teacher's Guide Contents
Arguably the finest body of literature produced by American historians since 1960 has been the work reappraising the South's "peculiar institution." But before new views could take hold, the traditional...
Revolutionary Changes in the Atlantic World,
Prelude to Revolution: The Eighteenth-Century Crisis
A. Colonial Wars and Fiscal Crises
1. Rivalry among the European powers intensified in the early 1600s as the Dutch
Attacked Spanish and Portuguese pos...