The American Republic to 1877 immerses middle school students in the rich early history of their country. The program includes the finest scholarship and the most up-to-date maps from the world-renowned National Geographic.
Reading age for native speakers: Middle School students
Previewing Your Textbook How Do I Study History Reading Skills Handbook Reference Atlas Geography Handbook Reading for Information
Unit 1: Different Worlds Meet Chapter 1: The First Americans Chapter 2: Exploring the Americas
Unit 2: Colonial Settlement Chapter 3: Colonial America Chapter 4: The Colonies Grow
Unit 3: Creating a Nation Chapter 5: Road to Independence Chapter 6: The American Revolution Chapter 7: A More Perfect Union - Civics in Action: A Citizenship Handbook - The Constitution of the United States
Unit 4: The New Republic Chapter 8: A New Nation Chapter 9: The Jefferson Era Chapter 10: Growth and Expansion Chapter Overviews
Unit 5: The Growing Nation Chapter 11: The Jackson Era Chapter 12: Manifest Destiny Chapter 13: North and South Chapter 14: The Age of Reform
Unit 6: Civil War and Reconstruction Chapter 16: The Civil War Chapter 17: Reconstruction and Its Aftermath
Unit 7: Modern America Emerges Chapter 18: Reshaping the Nation Chapter 19: The Making of Modern America
APPENDIX - What Is an Appendix and How Do I Use One? - Primary Sources Library - Presidents of the United States - Documents of American History - Supreme Court Case Summaries - Gazetteer - Glossary - Spanish Glossary - Index - Acknowledgements and Photo Credits
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