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Prentice Hall United States History

by Alan Taylor Randy Roberts Peter B. Levy Emma J. Lapsansky-Werner

This comprehensive volume deals at length the history of United States and the topics include Prehistory-1765, Creating the American Republic 1765-1816, Expansion and Reform 1812-1860, Civil War and Reconstruction 1846-1877, Industrialization of the United States 1865-1914, Emergence of the Modern United States 1890-1920, Prosperity and Depression 1919-1941, World War II and PostWar America 1931-1960, Challenges and Change 1945-1980 and Changing and Enduring Issues 1980-Today.

Prentice Hall United States History: 2010 Survey Student Edition, Grade 11-12

by Alan Taylor Randy Roberts Peter B. Levy Emma J. Lapsansky-Werner

This book was written to give you the skills and background you need to appreciate the past and to help prepare you to play your part in the history to come. It will give you a chance to reflect on the past, to see how the past influences the present, and to consider how you can make a difference for the future.

Prentice Hall United States History: Modern America

by Alan Taylor Randy Roberts Peter B. Levy Emma J. Lapsansky-Werner

Learning about the entire span of American history is no small task. Luckily, this textbook and its companion Web site--PHSchool.com--come with a number of important tools to make your study of American history easier and more worthwhile.

Prentice Hall United States History (New Jersey Edition)

by Alan Taylor Randy Roberts Peter B. Levy Emma J. Lapsansky-Werner

This edition contains Origins of A New Nation Prehistory-1765; Creating the American Republic 1765-1816; Expansion and Reform 1812-1860; Civil War and Reconstruction 1846-1877; Industrialization of The United States; Emergence of the modern United States 1890-1920; Prosperity and Depression 1919-1941; World War II and Postwar America 1931-1960; Challenges and Change 1945-1980; Changing and Enduring Issues 1980-Today.

Prentice Hall United States History: Reconstruction to the Present (Tennessee Edition)

by Peter B. Levy Emma J. Lapsansky-Werner Randy Roberts et al

Prentice Hall United States History Reconstruction To The Present has a number of important tools that will make your study of the American History easier and more worthwhile. You will learn about events and there are websites provided where you will hear audio clips of people in the book, see photos, mpas and timelines as well as view animations to help you experience the full drama of history. Use the Web Codes, provided in your textbook, to go directly to the action.

Prentice Hall United States History (Virginia Edition)

by Alan Taylor Randy Roberts Peter B. Levy Grant Wiggins Emma J. Lapsansky-Werner

Discover Prentice Hall's United States History resources created especially for Virginia students. This guide also explains how to use this program to learn the Virginia Curriculum Framework Essential Knowledge/Skills and prepare for success on the Virginia and United States History Standards of Learning (SOL) Test.

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