b'History GREAT EVENTS FROM HISTORY 77Great Events from History:American HistoryNEW! Fall 2024 1775-1850Great Events from HistoryForging a New Nation American History This second entry in the new Great Events from HistoryAmerican History series picks up where the first entry left off, spanning the years of the Revolutionary War,1775-1850 the Articles of Confederation, and ultimately the Constitution, as well as the nations Forging a New Nation further expansion, Manifest Destiny and relations with Native Americans, relations with foreign nations, the politics of slavery and abolition, and the War of 1812. Also examined is the shifting culture of the time, including early American publications, religious movements, musical and artistic movements, and the growth of American enterprise. Political turmoil is also put into context, with the birth of the Republican Party, presidential elections, and rebellions and conspiracies of the time. This set immerses students and readers in the events of the Revolutionary War, as well as the growth of the nation during and after that period. Revolutionary War battles Wars and battles with Native Americans from 1759-1849 The States ratify the Articles of Confederation in 1781 The Constitution is ratified from 1787-1788 The admission of new states from 1791-1846 HISTORY Treaties with foreign nations The ending of the slave trade in 1808FREE NEW!Online Access The War of 1812 FREE The burning of Washington, D.C., by the British in 1814 The first railroads constructed between 1826 and the 1840s All images inPresidential elections 1796-1848 this set are printedGREAT EVENTS FROM HISTORYIn addition, these volumes profile the lives and achievements of many notablein full color.figures in early American history, such as: George Washington Thomas Jefferson Sample Pages Abigail Adams from Great Events: John Quincy Adams American History1492-1775 Oliver Hazard Perry Andrew Jackson Sam Houston David (Davy) Crockett Tecumseh Little TurtleIn-depth, yet accessible essays provide a summary of the event and discussthe events significance and historical impact. Entries are supplemented withsources for further reading, maps, quotations from primary source documents,timelines, and hundreds of photographs and illustrations. Designed for historystudents at the high school and undergraduate levels, public librarians will alsofind the set, and the series as a whole, invaluable as a reference tool for studentsat all academic levels.September 2024 | Two Volumes; 650 Pages | Print ISBN: 978-1-63700-781-5 Library Price: $245GET ONLINE ACCESS(800) 221-1592 WITH YOUR PRINT BUY! www.salempress.com2023-467 Salem 2024 Catalog R8.indd 77 2023-12-19 2:06 PM'