(800) 221-1592 www.salempress.com GET ONLINE ACCESS WITH YOUR PRINT BUY! PRIMARY SOURCE DOCUMENTS: ERAS History 64 Defining Documents in American History: The 1930s (1930-1939) “Gives students background and depth for a number of historical events... Recommended for high school, public and academic libraries.” —Booklist This important resource provides readers with many new ways to explore the 1930s in American history. • The Great Depression • New Deal Programs • Economic Downturn & Bank Failures • Dust Bowl Conditions • The Repeal of Prohibition Chapters begin by introducing readers to the historical context, a description of the author’s life and circumstances in which the document was written. Next, a thorough document analysis guides readers in understanding its key elements of language, rhetoric, and social and political meaning. November 2014 | One Volume; 318 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-61925-495-4 | Library Price: $175 See Also: The Thirties in America, pg. 80 Defining Documents in American History: The 1920s (1920-1929) “A worthwhile addition to a variety of libraries from high school to undergraduate to the local public library branch.” —Against the Grain This volume offers in-depth critical analysis of 40 primary source documents important to this uproarious decade in American history, including: • Treaty of Versailles & The League of Nations • Prohibition • Women’s Right to Vote • The Harlem Renaissance • Stock Market Collapse & the Onset of the Great Depression Chapters highlight the document’s historical impact and provide thoughtful critical analysis, including a Summary Overview, Defining Moment, Author Biography, Document Analysis, and Essential Themes. This collection helps students develop a thorough understanding of how this decade shaped American history. September 2014 | One Volume; 325 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-61925-493-0 | Library Price: $175 See Also: The Twenties in America, pg. 80 Defining Documents in American History: World War I (1914-1919) “Recommended. Academic, public, and military collections supporting lower- and upper-level graduate students, researchers/faculty, and general readers.” —CHOICE Written by historians and experts in the field, this volume analyzes a broad range of historical documents on important authors and subjects in World War I research. • US in World Politics & the Causes of World War I • American Participation in World War I • Military Strategy & Weapon Evolution • Isolationism & America’s Changing Role in World Politics Articles begin by introducing readers to historical context and go on to analyze the social and political importance of the document. Documents represent the diversity of ideas and contexts that define World War I studies, to allow readers to develop a deep understanding of these important events and issues. August 2014 | One Volume; 308 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-61925-491-6 | Library Price: $175 Defining Documents in American History: The 1910s (1910-1919) From 1910 to 1919, the United States saw its status as a world superpower escalate—a status confirmed by the end of World War I in 1918. This volume profiles these formative years in modern American history, providing careful, close analysis of over forty important documents from the era, including: • The Mann Act • Standard Oil Co. v. United States • Establishment of Income Tax • Creation of the Federal Reserve System • The Clayton Anti-Trust Act • Entry of the United States into World War I Chapters highlight the document’s historical impact and provide thoughtful critical analysis, including a Summary Overview, Defining Moment, Author Biography, Document Analysis, and Essential Themes. This collection helps students develop a thorough understanding of how this decade shaped American history. November 2016 | One Volume; 341 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-68217-187-5 | Library Price: $175 See Also: The 1910s in America, pg. 80 FREE Online Access FREE FREE Online Access FREE FREE Online Access FREE FREE Online Access FREE BEST SELLER! BEST SELLER! BEST SELLER! PRIMARY SOURCE DOCUMENTS: ERAS HISTORY