American History

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  1. Book ImageAmerica: A Narrative History

    David E. Shi

    Eleventh Edition / Volume(s): 1

    Additional information is forthcoming.

  2. Book ImageAmerica: A Narrative History

    David E. Shi

    Eleventh Edition / Volume(s): 2

    The best-selling narrative history that students love to readMore

  3. Book ImageAmerica: A Narrative History

    David E. Shi

    Eleventh Edition / Volume(s): One-Volume

    The best-selling narrative history that students love to readMore

  4. Book ImageAmerica: A Narrative History

    David E. Shi

    Brief Eleventh Edition / Volume(s): One-Volume

    The best-selling narrative history that students love to readMore

  5. Book ImageAmerica: A Narrative History

    David E. Shi

    Brief Eleventh Edition / Volume(s): 1

    The best-selling narrative history that students love to readMore

  6. Book ImageAmerica: A Narrative History

    David E. Shi

    Brief Eleventh Edition / Volume(s): 2

    The best-selling narrative history that students love to readMore

  7. Book ImageFor The Record: A Documentary History

    David E. Shi, Holly A. Mayer

    Seventh Edition / Volume(s): 1

    For the Record features 264 primary-source selections—both textual and visual—drawn from a broad range of government documents, newspapers, speeches, letters, and novels. In the Seventh Edition, timely new selections on immigration allow students to better...More

  8. Book ImageFor The Record: A Documentary History

    David E. Shi, Holly A. Mayer

    Seventh Edition / Volume(s): 2

    For the Record features 264 primary-source selections—both textual and visual—drawn from a broad range of government documents, newspapers, speeches, letters, and novels. In the Seventh Edition, timely new selections on immigration allow students to better...More

  9. Book ImageFrederick Douglass, Slavery, and the Constitution, 1845

    Mark Higbee, James Brewer Stewart

    Reacting to the Past is an award-winning series of immersive role-playing games that actively engage students in their own learning. Students assume the roles of historical characters to practice critical thinking, primary source analysis, and both written and spoken argument. Reacting games are flexible enough to be used across the curriculum, from first-year general education classes and discussion sections of lecture classes to capstone experiences and honors programs.More

  10. Book ImageRevolution Song: The Story of America's Founding in Six Remarkable Lives

    Russell Shorto

    “An engaging piece of historical detective work and narrative craft.” —Chicago TribuneMore

  11. Book ImageThe Thin Light of Freedom: The Civil War and Emancipation in the Heart of America

    Edward L. Ayers

    Winner of the Lincoln Prize

    A landmark Civil War history told from a fresh, deeply researched ground-level perspective.More

  12. Book ImageThese Truths: A History of the United States

    Jill Lepore

    New York Times Bestseller

    In the most ambitious one-volume American history in decades, award-winning historian and New Yorker writer Jill Lepore offers a magisterial account of the origins and rise of a divided nation, an urgently needed reckoning with the beauty and tragedy of American history.More

  13. Book ImageFrontier Rebels: The Fight for Independence in the American West, 1765-1776

    Patrick Spero

    The untold story of the “Black Boys,” a rebellion on the American frontier in 1765 that sparked the American Revolution.More

  14. Book ImageA Covert Action: Reagan, the CIA, and the Cold War Struggle in Poland

    Seth G. Jones

    The dramatic, untold story of one of the CIA’s most successful Cold War intelligence operations.More

  15. Book ImageForest Diplomacy: Cultures in Conflict on the Pennsylvania Frontier, 1757

    Nicolas W. Proctor

    Reacting to the Past is an award-winning series of immersive role-playing games that actively engage students in their own learning. Students assume the roles of historical characters to practice critical thinking, primary source analysis, and both written and spoken argument. Reacting games are flexible enough to be used across the curriculum, from first-year general education classes and discussion sections of lecture classes to capstone experiences and honors programs.More

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