If you think recorded history is set in stone, think again. There is not even agreement yet as to the earliest events that would define the beginning history of North America. The details of Paleo-Indians migrating to the Americas, including the routes they used and the dates of those migrations, are still a matter of continuing research and debate.

A thorough course in North American history will touch upon the following topics:

  • EARLY MIGRATIONS OF PALEO-INDIANS
  • PROVINCIAL AMERICA
  • THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION
  • THE CONSTITUTION AND THE NEW REPUBLIC
  • THE JEFFERSONIAN ERA
  • TYPES OF AMERICAN NATIONALISM
  • JACKSONIAN AMERICA
  • AMERICA'S ECONOMIC REVOLUTION
  • COTTON, SLAVERY, AND THE OLD SOUTH
  • ANTEBELLUM CULTURE AND REFORM
  • THE IMPENDING CRISIS
  • THE CIVIL WAR
  • RECONSTRUCTION AND THE NEW SOUTH
  • THE CONQUEST OF THE FAR WEST
  • INDUSTRIAL SUPREMACY
  • THE AMERICAN CITY
  • THE IMPERIAL REPUBLIC
  • THE RISE OF PROGRESSIVISM
  • NATIONAL REFORM
  • AMERICA AND WORLD WAR ONE
  • THE GREAT DEPRESSION
  • THE NEW DEAL
  • THE GLOBAL CRISIS, 1921-1941
  • AMERICA AND WORLD WAR TWO
  • THE COLD WAR
  • THE AFFLUENT SOCIETY
  • THE ORDER OF LIBERALISM
  • THE AGE OF GLOBALIZATION


A good website for students to visit would be ushistory.org. Students of American history should also check out the magazine called American History. Content from the American Historical Magazine has been collected and published into book volumes by the Publishing Society of New York, Americana Society. Students should also be visiting the website of the American Historical Association, which was founded in 1884.

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