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McDougal Littell North Carolina in the American Experience Student Textbook (2008)


North Carolina in the American Experience encourages students to learn to think like a historian, and dive into the dramatic events of North Carolina’s past to uncover the lives of the people who shaped America’s history. When you study North Carolina history, you will see how the past informs everyday life.
Reading age for native speakers: Middle School students


UNIT 1 (8000 B.C.–A.D. 1492): The Geography and First People of North Carolina
Chapter 1: The Geography of North Carolina
Chapter 2: American Indians in North America and North Carolina (8000 B.C.–A.D. 1492)

UNIT 2 (1492–1752): Exploration and Colonization
Chapter 3: European Exploration of North America and North Carolina (1492–1570)
Chapter 4: English Attempts to Colonize North Carolina (1584–1590)
Chapter 5: England’s Colonies and Factors in Colonization (1670–1752)

UNIT 3 (1622–1772): North Carolina: One of Thirteen Colonies
Chapter 6: North Carolina: A Southern Colony (1622–1729)
Chapter 7: North Carolina Ways of Life (1730–1772)
Chapter 8: Division Within North Carolina (1730–1771)

UNIT 4 (1754–1815): Revolution and a New Nation
Chapter 9: Events Leading Toward Revolution (1754–1763)
Chapter 10: The Revolutionary War and North Carolina’s Role (1763–1783)
Chapter 11: Forming a New Nation (1781–1815)
-- Constitution Handbook: The Living Constitution
-- Citizenship Handbook

UNIT 5 (1810–1860): Decline and Reform in North Carolina
Chapter 12: Decline and the Beginnings of Reform (1810–1835)
Chapter 13: Reform in North Carolina (1836–1860)

UNIT 6 (1845–1877): War and Reconstruction
Chapter 14: Rumblings of Civil War (1845–1861)
Chapter 15: Fighting the Civil War (1861–1865)
Chapter 16: Reconstruction and Its Impact (1865–1877)

UNIT 7 (1877–1907): Preparing for the 20th Century
Chapter 17: Changes in the United States (1877–1907)
Chapter 18: Economic Development in North Carolina (1877–1907)

UNIT 8 (1898–1945): Crisis, War, and Recovery in the 20th Century
Chapter 19: A New Century and World War I (1898–1929)
Chapter 20: The Great Depression and the New Deal (1929–1941)
Chapter 21: World War II (1939–1945)

UNIT 9 (1945–2007): Changes in North Carolina and the Nation
Chapter 22: North Carolina after World War II (1945–1975)
Chapter 23: The Civil Rights Era (1951–1975)
Chapter 24: The Cold War and Vietnam (1945–1992)
Chapter 25: North Carolina in Today’s World (1976–2007)

Test-Taking Strategies and Practice
Rand McNally World Atlas
Skillbuilder Handbook
- Skills for reading, thinking, and researching
North Carolina Resources
- State Symbols
- Organizational Chart of North Carolina State Government
- Governors of the State of North Carolina
- North Carolina Counties
- Population of North Carolina
- North Carolina’s 25 Largest Cities
English Glossary
Spanish Glossary

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