American History Student Book, by James Stobaugh

American History Student Book, by James Stobaugh

Publisher: New Leaf Press/Master Bks
Author: James P. Stobaugh
$21.97
Incredible events and ideas are the heart of America's vast and pioneering past. From before the birth of our republic to the principles of liberty, learn the Christian influences that created a beacon of hope and opportunity that still draws millions to these shores!

This course is divided into 34 chapters to cover a years worth of material.  Each chapter has five lessons each, taking
approximately 20 to 30 minutes each. There will be a short reading followed by critical thinking questions. Some questions require a specific
answer from the text, while others are more open-ended, leading the student to think “outside the box.”  Weekly exams are provided in the back of the
teacher's book for accountability and portfolio material.  No other reading material is required.  Here is the table of contents for your quick review -

1. Natives of the New World
2. Slavery and Religious Freedom
3. Pilgrims and Puritans
4. Colonial Life
5. Causes of the American Revolution
6. Patriots and Revolution
7. U.S. Constitution
8. Nationalism
9. Democracy and New Governments
10. Age of Reform
11. Antebellum Slavery
12. Revivalism
13. Causes of the American Civil War
14. The American Civil War
15. Reconstruction
16. Reconstruction: Primary Sources
17. Immigration
18. The Gilded Age
19. The Gilded Age: Problems
20. The Wild West
21. African-American History: The Great Migration
22. America Becomes a World Power
23. World War I and the Roaring '20s
24. American Life: 1900–1940
25. World War II and Beyond
26. The Vietnam War
27. African-American History: Nationalism
28. African-American History: Free at Last
29. Culture Wars: 1950s to the Present
30. Contemporary Social History
31. Late 20th Century World Views
32. War on Terrorism
33. Contemporary Issues: Part I
34. Contemporary Issues: Part II


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Click here to see the first 24 pages of this text.

9780890516447
High School Level
Publisher recommends this for 10th Grade
Book Title American History Student Book, by James Stobaugh
Publisher: New Leaf Press/Master Bks
Author James P. Stobaugh
Incredible events and ideas are the heart of America's vast and pioneering past. From before the birth of our republic to the principles of liberty, learn the Christian influences that created a beacon of hope and opportunity that still draws millions to these shores!

This course is divided into 34 chapters to cover a years worth of material.  Each chapter has five lessons each, taking
approximately 20 to 30 minutes each. There will be a short reading followed by critical thinking questions. Some questions require a specific
answer from the text, while others are more open-ended, leading the student to think “outside the box.”  Weekly exams are provided in the back of the
teacher's book for accountability and portfolio material.  No other reading material is required.  Here is the table of contents for your quick review -

1. Natives of the New World
2. Slavery and Religious Freedom
3. Pilgrims and Puritans
4. Colonial Life
5. Causes of the American Revolution
6. Patriots and Revolution
7. U.S. Constitution
8. Nationalism
9. Democracy and New Governments
10. Age of Reform
11. Antebellum Slavery
12. Revivalism
13. Causes of the American Civil War
14. The American Civil War
15. Reconstruction
16. Reconstruction: Primary Sources
17. Immigration
18. The Gilded Age
19. The Gilded Age: Problems
20. The Wild West
21. African-American History: The Great Migration
22. America Becomes a World Power
23. World War I and the Roaring '20s
24. American Life: 1900–1940
25. World War II and Beyond
26. The Vietnam War
27. African-American History: Nationalism
28. African-American History: Free at Last
29. Culture Wars: 1950s to the Present
30. Contemporary Social History
31. Late 20th Century World Views
32. War on Terrorism
33. Contemporary Issues: Part I
34. Contemporary Issues: Part II


Click here to order the teacher's book.
Click here to see the first 24 pages of this text.

9780890516447
High School Level
Publisher recommends this for 10th Grade