American history from the New World to the Civil War
The Brandywine Workbook in American History allows students to take an active role in learning about the history of their nation. Volume I: To 1877 begins with an exploration of the relationship between Europe, Africa, and the Americas before focusing on North America and the establishment of the American colonies. From the Revolution and the Constitution through the Reformation, Westward Expansion, the Civil War, and Reconstruction, this workbook covers the most dramatic, tumultuous period in the development of the United States.
Succeeding in History Courses. 1. Europe, Africa, and the Americas. 2. North America. 3. The Developing Colonies. 4. An Independent Spirit 1763-1776. 5. Revolution and Independence 1776-1787. 6. We the People 1787-1800. 7. Independence Confirmed 1800-1816. 8. Sinews of Nationhood. 9. Sectionalism and Party 1816-1828. 10. The Jacksonian Era 1828-1840. 11. An Age of Reform. 12. Westward Expansion: The 1840s. 13. Impending Crisis: The 1850s. 14. A Great Civil War 1861-1865. 15. 'Been in the Storm so Long': Emancipation and Reconstruction.