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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 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.
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.
A book about Africa, its features, the meaning of Africa and its people.
History book covering the beginnings of human history, the fertile crescent, ancient Egypt and Nubia, ancient India, ancient China, ancient Greece, and ancient Rome.
The cities of ancient times bustled with traffic. People shopped at the market, worked, and lived in families, as people do today. Builders, teachers, rulers, and scientists invented objects and systems that we still know and use. The ancient peoples developed great civilizations. They traveled, traded, conquered, and settled. Who could have known how their beliefs and customs would affect the modern world?
This book geographically explores Asia and the Pacific in depth. The readings and activities in this book will help you discover answers to these Guiding Questions. * What are the main physical features of Asia and the Pacific? * What are the main characteristics of the cultures of Asia and the Pacific? * How have Asia and the Pacific influenced other world cultures? * How do the people of this region make a living? * How is the region changing?
Are you curious about our Earth? Do you want to know why some places in the world are cold and some are hot? Have you wondered why more people live in cities and fewer people live in other places? Would you like to find mountaintops or valleys to explore? If you answered yes to any of these questions, you want to know more about geography. Farmers grow corn, traders cross the ocean, and you walk or take a bus to school. Geography explains all of these activities--and many more.
This text book explores Europe and Russia narrating Physical Geography, how they were shaped by History, Cultures, etc. Maps, Atlas, etc. are some of the additional features of this book.
This textbook is about the ancient people of Latin America and their traditions.
From ancient civilizations to modern world, different religion, invasions, history of governments, Roman empire, economies, and revolutions make it an interesting reading for all.
Success in social studies comes from doing three things well--reading, testing, and writing. The following pages present strategies to help you read for meaning, understand test questions, and write well.
Organize information in a way that helps you see meaningful connections or relationships. Taking notes as you read will improve your understanding.
In this book, you'll see how the United States and Canada are working to create a good life for every citizen in these vast countries.
This book contains chapters on: The World of Geography, Earth's Physical and Human Geography, Cultures of the World, Earth's Natural Resources, The United States and Canada: Physical Geography and Shaped by History; their Cultures; Exploring the United States and Canada; Latin America: Physical Geography and Shaped by Its History, its Cultures; Exploring Mexico, Central America, the Caribbean and South America; Profiles of people who made a difference in their countries.
This book will help you learn content, develop skills, and apply what you know.
This program will help you learn content, develop skills, and apply what you know. Examine these pages to understand how this textbook and its online resources can guide you through the study of world geography.
What does it mean to learn world geography? It means more than gathering the facts, names, and data about the nations and lands of the earth. It means gaining a feel for, or an appreciation of, the richness and variety of the face of our planet.
World history textbook.
You can use this book as a tool to master world history. Spend a few minutes to become familiar with the structure of the book and see how you can unlock the secrets of world history.
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