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Chapter 1 The World before the Opening of the Atlantic Chapter 2 New Empires in the Americas Chapter 3 The English Colonies Chapter 4 The American Revolution.

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2 Chapter 1 The World before the Opening of the Atlantic Chapter 2 New Empires in the Americas Chapter 3 The English Colonies Chapter 4 The American Revolution Chapter 5 Forming a Government Chapter 6 Citizenship and the Constitution Chapter 7 Launching the Nation Chapter 8 The Jefferson Era Chapter 9 A New National Identity Chapter 10 The Age of Jackson Chapter 11 Expanding West Chapter 12 The North Chapter 13 The South Chapter 14 New Movements in America Chapter 15 A Divided Nation Chapter 16 The Civil War Chapter 17 Reconstruction Epilogue

3 Section Notes Chapter 1 The Earliest Americans Native American Cultures Trading Kingdoms of West Africa Europe before Transatlantic Travel Chapter 2 Europeans Set Sail Europeans Reach the Americas Spain Builds an Empire The Race for Empires Beginnings of Slavery in the Americas Chapter 3 The Southern Colonies The New England Colonies The Middle Colonies Life in the English Colonies Conflict in the Colonies Chapter 4 The Revolution Begins Declaring Independence Struggle for Liberty Independence!

4 Section Notes Chapter 5 The Articles of Confederation The New Nation Faces Challenges Creating the Constitution Ratifying the Constitution Chapter 6 Understanding the Constitution The Bill of Rights Rights and Responsibilities of Citizenship Chapter 7 Washington Leads a New Nation Hamilton and National Finances Challenges for a New Nation John Adams’s Presidency Chapter 8 Jefferson Becomes President The Louisiana Purchase The Coming of War The War of 1812

5 Section Notes Chapter 9 American Foreign Policy Nationalism and Sectionalism American Culture Chapter 10 Jacksonian Democracy Jackson’s Administration Indian Removal Chapter 11 Trails to the West The Texas Revolution The Mexican-American War The California Gold Rush Chapter 12 The Industrial Revolution in America Changes in Working Life The Transportation Revolution More Technological Advances

6 Section Notes Chapter 13 Growth of the Cotton Industry Southern Society The Slave System Chapter 14 Immigrants and Urban Challenges American Arts Reforming Society The Movement to End Slavery Women’s Rights Chapter 15 The Debate over Slavery Trouble in Kansas Political Divisions The Nation Divides Chapter 16 The War Begins The War in the East The War in the West Daily Life during the War The Tide of War Turns

7 Section Notes Chapter 17 Rebuilding the South The Fight over Reconstruction Reconstruction in the South Epilogue

8 Chapter 1 – The Global Economy Chapter 2 – Different Cultures Chapter 3 – Freedom of Religion Chapter 4 – Being Able to Choose Your Own Government Chapter 5 – Adding New States Chapter 6 – The Bill of Rights Chapter 7 – Political Parties Chapter 8 – Expanding Frontiers Chapter 9 – The Impact of the United States on Its Neighbors Chapter 10 – Native American Reservations Chapter 11 – The California Gold Rush Chapter 12 – Mass Transportation Chapter 13 – Regional Economies Chapter 14 – Individual Rights and Beliefs Chapter 15 – The States’ Rights Chapter 16 – The Civil War Chapter 17 – The Preservation of the Union Video

9 Quick Facts Chapter 1 Democracy and Republic Chapter 1 Visual Summary Chapter 2 Causes and Effects of the Discovery of a Sea Route to Asia Reasons for Spanish Victory Chapter 2 Visual Summary Chapter 3 Church and State Characteristics of the Middle Colonies The Road to Revolution Chapter 3 Visual Summary Chapter 4 Chapter 4 Visual Summary

10 Quick Facts Chapter 5 Weaknesses of the Articles of Confederation Great Compromise The Constitution Strengthens the National Government Federalists vs. Antifederalists Chapter 5 Visual Summary Chapter 6 Separation of Powers Checks and Balances Federal Office Terms and Requirements Federal Judicial System Federalism Chapter 6 Visual Summary Chapter 7 Hamilton’s Economic Plan Chapter 7 Visual Summary Chapter 8 The Election of 1800 Analyzing the War of 1812 Chapter 8 Visual Summary

11 Quick Facts Chapter 9 Chapter 9 Visual Summary Chapter 10 Regions of the United States, Early 1800s Chapter 10 Visual Summary Chapter 11 Westward Movements in the United States Chapter 11 Visual Summary Chapter 12 Chapter 12 Visual Summary

12 Quick Facts Chapter 13 Chapter 13 Visual Summary Chapter 14 Push-Pull Factors of Immigration Chapter 14 Visual Summary Chapter 15 Upsetting the Balance A Growing Conflict Chapter 15 Visual Summary Chapter 16 North Versus South Resources of the North and South Causes and Effects of the Civil War Chapter 16 Visual Summary Chapter 17 The Reconstruction Amendments Hopes Raises and Denied Chapter 17 Visual Summary

13 History Close-up Chapter 2 The Caravel Chapter 3 Plymouth Colony Chapter 4 Battle of Yorktown Chapter 11 Ranch Life Chapter 12 A Mill Girl Chapter 13 Southern Plantation Chapter 14 New York City, mid-1800s Chapter 16 Fort Sumter

14 Images Chapter 1 Palenque Iroquois Longhouse Trading Centers Chapter 2 Estevanico Primary Source: King Afonso to King Joao III Chapter 3 Peter Stuyvesant The Great Awakening Primary Source: The Boston Massacre Chapter 4 Signing of the Declaration of Independence Crossing the Delaware

15 Images Chapter 5 Women’s Suffrage A Farmer Leads a Revolt Signing of the Constitution Chapter 6 Right of Assembly Becoming a Citizen Responsibilities of Citizens Chapter 7 The First Cabinet The Struggle for Neutrality Time Line Primary Source: Political Cartoon French Revolutionaries Storm the Bastille Chapter 8 The USS Constitution First Lady Saves Washington’s Portrait

16 Images Chapter 9 The Erie Canal American Arts American Arts (continued) Chapter 10 Andrew Jackson Primary Source: Jackson against the Bank Indian Removal Chapter 11 Mormon Pioneers Manifest Destiny Battle of Buena Vista Staking a Claim Chapter 12 Textile Mill and Water Frame Mississippi River Steamboats The Steam Train Samuel Morse

17 Images Chapter 13 Cotton Gin The South’s Cotton Economy A Slave’s Daily Life Chapter 14 Art of the Romantic Movement Reform Movements The Antisuffragists Chapter 15 Primary Source: The Seventh of March Speech Forcing Slavery Down the Throat of a Freesoiler Rebel Government Chapter 16 Infantry Family Union and Confederate Soldiers

18 Images Chapter 17 Testing New Freedoms Helping the Freedpeople Klu Klux Klan Epilogue U.S. Troops Martin Luther King Jr.

19 Maps Chapter 1 Land Migrations of Early Peoples Aztec and Inca Civilizations Native American Culture Areas Empires of West Africa, Chapter 2 Portuguese Routes and Exploration Columbus’s Voyages Spanish Explorations Spanish Viceroyalties, c The Northwest Passage European Exploration of the Americas, African Diaspora in the United States Chapter 3 The Thirteen Colonies Triangular Trade North American Empires before and after the treaty of Paris Chapter 4 Paul Revere’s Ride Battle for Boston, Battles in the Middle Colonies, Battle of Saratoga War in the West, North America after the Treaty of Paris of 1783

20 Maps Chapter 5 The Land Ordinance of 1785 and 1787 The United States Faces Trade Barriers Chapter 6 The Electoral College Chapter 7 Pinckney’s Treaty Fighting in the Northwest Territory The First Political Parties, 1796 Chapter 8 The Louisiana Purchase and Western Expeditions The War of 1812

21 Maps Chapter 9 U.S. Boundary Changes, U.S. Roads and Canals, 1850 The Missouri Compromise, 1820 Test Assessment Map Chapter 10 Second Seminole War Chapter 11 Trails Leading West The Texas Revolution Mexican-American War, Skills Page Map: Expansion Growth of the United States to 1853 Test Assessment Map Chapter 12 Transportation Routes, 1850

22 Maps Chapter 13 The Cotton Kingdom Nat Turner’s Rebellion Chapter 14 The Underground Railroad Chapter 15 From Compromise to Conflict The Election of 1860 Test Assessment Map Chapter 16 Battles in the East Union Blockade The War in the West Emancipation Proclamation Pickett’s Charge, July 3, 1863 Final Campaigns Test Assessment Map Chapter 17 Reconstruction Military Districts African American Representation in the South, 1870


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