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Give Me Liberty!: An American History (Seagull Third Edition) (Vol. 1)
Eric Foner taps into this expertise as a historian to provide students with a quality resource in his textbook Give Me Liberty!: An American History (Seagull Third Edition) (Vol. 1), ISBN 9780393911909. This market topping text utilizes a reliable approach and a comprehendible writing style to present students with an articulate viewpoint on American...
Eric Foner taps into this expertise as a historian to provide students with a quality resource in his textbook Give Me Liberty!: An American History (Seagull Third Edition) (Vol. 1), ISBN 9780393911909. This market topping text utilizes a reliable approach and a comprehendible writing style to present students with an articulate viewpoint on American history. Boasting a chronological presentation of themes and events from the freedom in American history and the significant conflicts over its changing meanings, to its limits and its accessibility to various social and economic groups throughout American history, this book provides students with improved instructional features aiding in the reading and reviewing processes. Eric Foner chronologically organizes the concepts and themes of Give Me Liberty!: An American History (Seagull Third Edition) (Vol. 1) across three sections and 15 chapters. Part 1 offers students a look into 'American Colonies to 1763' with chapters devoted to a new world, American beginnings from 1607-1650, North American colonies from 1650-1750, as well as slavery, freedom, and the struggle for empire to 1763. Part 2 provides students with information revolving around 'A New Nation, 1763-1840.' These chapters focus on events and themes such as the American Revolution from 1763-1783, the revolution within, founding a nation from 1783-1789, securing the republic from 1790-1815, the market revolution, and democracy in America from 1815-1840. 'Slavery, Freedom, and the Crisis of the Union, 1840-1877' is the focus of part 3. These chapters devote themselves to the coverage of the peculiar institution, an age of reform from 1820-1840, a house divided from 1840-1861, the Civil War from 1861-1865, and finally, reconstruction from 1865-1877.
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