A History of US

A History of US

by Joy Hakim

Paperback(STUDENT)

$8.95

Overview

Presents the history of America from the earliest times of the Native Americans to the Clinton administration.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780195110791
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
Publication date: 11/21/1996
Series: History of US Series , #9
Edition description: STUDENT
Pages: 192
Product dimensions: 7.50(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.50(d)
Age Range: 8 - 15 Years

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Table of Contents

Preface: Time Travelers 9(4)
War's End
13(3)
Fourteen Points
16(5)
Another Kind of War
21(4)
The Prohibition Amendment
25(4)
Mom, Did You Vote?
29(5)
Red Scare
34(3)
Soft-Hearted Harding
37(4)
Silent Cal and the Roaring Twenties
41(6)
Feature: Monkeys on Trial
44(3)
Everyone's Hero
47(4)
Only the Ball Was White
51(4)
American Music
55(6)
Feature: Hooray for Hollywood
60(1)
Space's Pioneer
61(4)
The Lone Eagle
65(5)
The Prosperity Balloon
70(2)
Getting Rich Quickly
72(5)
Down and Out
77(5)
Economic Disaster
82(4)
A Boy Who Loved History
86(2)
How About This?
88(3)
A Lonely Little Girl
91(2)
First Lady of the World
93(2)
Handicap or Character Builder?
95(3)
Candidate Roosevelt
98(2)
President Roosevelt
100(5)
Twentieth-Century Monsters
105(5)
A Final Solution
110(8)
Feature: Arrival in Auschwitz
114(4)
War and the Scientists
118(2)
Fighting Wolves
120(3)
Pearl Harbor
123(5)
Taking Sides
128(5)
World War
133(4)
A Two-Front War
137(5)
Forgetting the Constitution
142(5)
A Hot Island
147(5)
Axing the Axis
152(5)
Feature: The End of The Road
156(1)
Going for D-Day
157(5)
A Wartime Diary
162(3)
April in Georgia
165(3)
President HST
168(2)
A Final Journey
170(4)
Day by Day
174(4)
A Little Boy
178(4)
Peace
182(2)
Chronology of Events 184(2)
More Books to Read 186(1)
Index 187(4)
Picture Credits 191(1)
A Note From the Author 192

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A History of US (11 Volume Set) 1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I hated this book when I was 6. It's 4 years later and now I have to read it again! BORING! It would be a good introduction to history, but for SEVENTH GRADERS?!?! Who are they kidding here???