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English Settlers Establish Colonies In the New World

Westward Expansion Brings Explorers, Settlers in Contact with the Plains Indians

A New World Clash of Cultures

Colonizing Expands in the American Northeast

Southern Colonies Develop on Farming Economy

Slavery in the American South

South Sees Protests in North as an Opening

Lincoln at Gettysburg

Victory at Vicksburg Splits the Confederacy

The Battle of Cold Harbor

Sherman Burns Atlanta in March to the Sea

Lincoln Defeats McClellan in Election of 1864

Confederate Capital Falls

Robert E. Lee’s Surrender

President Lincoln Is Shot at Ford’s Theatre

After Lincoln’s Murder

The Final Surrender

Andrew Johnson Faces a Fight Over Aiding South

Trial of Andrew Johnson

Rebuilding the South

The Election of 1868

Labor Unrest Marks Cleveland’s First Term

Immigrants From Europe Seek a Better Life in a New Land

Cleveland Opposes Anti-Immigration Laws and High Tariffs

Benjamin Harrison Defeats Cleveland Over Tariffs in 1888

Harrison’s Presidency Marked by Anger Over Trusts

Cleveland Returns to Office Facing Farm, Labor Unrest

Cleveland Backs Gold Standard to Cure Economic Downturn

Labor Unrest Grows as Cleveland’s Measures Fail to Ease Recession

McKinley and the Gold Standard Win in 1896

US Begins to Extend Its Influence Far Beyond Its Shores

A Dispute Over Cuba Leads to the Spanish-American War

Treaty Brings Quick End to Spanish-American War

Philippines Occupation Makes US a Major Power in the Far East

Teddy Roosevelt Leads Nation After McKinley Is Assassinated

Teddy Roosevelt Wrestles Powerful Business Interests

Panama Breaks With Colombia, Clearing Way for the Panama Canal

Teddy Roosevelt Exercises US Power Around the World

Taft Wins Presidency Promising Continued Reform

The Republican Party Is Split Over William Howard Taft

Taft, Wilson and Roosevelt in the Election of 1912

Woodrow Wilson Takes Office Seeking Tax, Banking and Business Reform

Foreign Events Begin to Shape Wilson’s Presidency

US Adopts Neutrality as World War One Begins

German Sub Attacks Push Wilson Into War

General Pershing Leads Troops Into Europe’s Great War

President Wilson Helps Negotiate an End to World War

 In November 1918, a Truce in World War

Remembering the Peace Talks That Followed the Original Armistice Day

 Wilson Urges Support for Idea of League of Nations

The United States Turns Inward After World War One

Fear of Communism in 1920 Threatens Civil Rights

 American History: Warren Harding Wins Election of 1920

After Harding Dies, President Coolidge Tries to Rebuild Trust in the Government

Nation Grows More Conservative in ’20s

1920s Were a Big Time for the Arts

Foreign Policy During the 1920s

Calvin Coolidge Wins in Election of 1924

Blacks Set Out in Search of a Better Life in 1920s Society

Life Between the World Wars

How the Depression Hit Foreign Relations

Fear Takes Hold During the Great Depression

Stock Crash of 1929

Creativity Reached New Heights During Great Depression

Roosevelt and His ‘Hundred Days’

An Angry Nation Puts Its Hopes in Roosevelt

A Long Conservative Period Ends With Election of 1932

From Great Depression’s Depths, Creativity Reached New Heights

Roosevelt Aims for Economic Security With ‘Second New Deal’

Roosevelt Wins in 1936

In 1930s, Britain Calls for ‘Peace In Our Time’

Roosevelt’s Foreign Policy in the 1930s

End of the New Deal

US-Japan Relations Before World War Two

Japanese Attack on Pearl Harbor Pulls US Into War

As War in Europe Expands, US Continues Policy of Neutrality

 D-Day Invasion at Normandy

Germans Defeated in Russia and Britain

US Declares War on Japan, Germany and Italy

Developing the First Atomic Bombs

The Dawn of the Atomic Age

A Friendship Helps Guide World War 2 Diplomacy

World War Two on the Home Front

The War in the Pacific

The Rise of US Influence After World War Two

Roosevelt’s Death Makes Truman President

After Second World War, a Baby Boom

The Election of 1952

Truman’s Second Term

Truman Wins the Election of 1948

How the Berlin Airlift Got Off the Ground

Popular Culture in ’50s

 In the 1950s, Conflict in Korea

 Kennedy Becomes President

Kennedy and the Cuban Missile Crisis

Peace Corps at 50: Same Mission of Aid, Just Smaller

The Election of 1960

The Space Race

Man on the Moon

The Civil Rights Movement

Social Revolution in the 1960s

Lyndon Johnson and the Vietnam War

Lyndon Johnson Becomes President

Nixon’s the One

The Election of 1968

The 1960s, a Decade That Changed a Nation

Nixon Goes to China

Nixon Resigns Over Watergate

Ford Leads Nation After Nixon Resigns

Little Known Democrat Defeats President Ford in 1976 Election

Carter Brings Egypt, Israel Together in Peace Treaty

The Reagan Years

The ‘Reagan Revolution,’ a Crisis With Iran Ends

Life in the 1970s and ’80s

The ‘Reagan Revolution’

The Reagan Years

The Presidential Election of 1988

The Presidency of George H.W. Bush

Clinton Wins 1992 Election

Bill Clinton’s First Term as President

Life in the U.S. After the 9/11 Attacks

George W. Bush’s First Term

Bush Wins Over Gore in Contested 2000 Election


Edward Kennedy, 1932-2009: The ‘Liberal Lion’ of the Senate

Remembering Math Teacher Jaime Escalante