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Fall Semester

Spring Semester

Week 1

Week 19

Week 2

Week 20

Week 3

Week 21

Week 4

Week 22

Week 5

Week 23

Week 6

Week 24

Week 7

Week 25

Week 8

Week 26

Week 9

Week 27

Week 10

Week 28

Week 11

Week 29

Week 12

Week 30

Week 13

Week 31

Week 14

Week 32

Week 15

Week 33

Week 16

Week 34

Week 17

Week 35

Week 18

Week 36

Put yourself back in time and write a letter to a friend.

 

 

 

Week 1

1.1

 

1.2

 

1.3

 

1.4

New World Discovered

1.5

When Cultures Collided

 

Week 2

2.1

New World, Leif Erikson, Christopher Columbus

2.2

Columbian Exchange, Amerigo Vespucci

2.3

Northwest Passage, Great Lakes, Gulf of Mexico, El Dorado

2.4

Dutch, Lost Colony

2.5

Hudson River, Hudson Bay, Jamestown, John Smith

 

Week 3

3.1

Pocahontas, smallpox, House of Burgesses, Parliament

3.2

indentured servant, triangular trade, Middle Passage, Pilgrims, Puritans, Church of England / Anglican Church

3.3

Squanto, Roger Williams

3.4

Puritan work ethic, Manhattan Island

3.5

William Penn, Quakers, utopian society

 

Week 4

4.1

New England, plantation, King Philip's War

4.2

Eunice Williams, Daniel Boone, Appalachian Mountains

4.3

watchdog journalism, royal governor, French and Indian War, missions

4.4

George Washington, Continental Army

4.5

Stamp Act, King George III, Sons/Daughters of Liberty, boycott

 

Week 5

5.1

redcoat, Bosston Massacre, Benjamin Franklin

5.2

John Adams, Lexington and Concord, minutemen

5.3

Paul Revere, Yankee

5.4

Second Continental Congress, Common Sense, Thomas Paine

5.5

Thomas Jefferson, Declaration of Independence

 

Week 6

6.1

Jamestown and Virginia

6.2

Pilgrims and Puritans in Massachusetts

6.3

The Colonial Heritage

6.4

Heading for Independence

6.5

The Revolution Begins

 

Week 7

7.1

The Enlightenment, Benedict Arnold

7.2

abolish, emancipation

7.3

courier, militia, King Louis XVI, Marquis de Lafayette

7.4

Articles of Confederation, U.S. Constitution

7.5

Constitutional Convention, James Madison, Great Compromise, House of Representaties, Senate, 3/5 Compromise, ratify

 

Week 8

8.1

federal, federalism, three branches of government, checks and balances, amendment

8.2

Bill of Rights, Federalists, Anti-Federalists, Alexander Hamilton, states' rights

8.3

Electoral College, Washington, D.C.

8.4

Revolution of 1800, Louisiana Purchase, New Orleans, Rocky Mountains

8.5

Lewis and Clark Expedition, Tecumseh and "the Prophet"

 

Week 9

9.1

War of 1812, Battle of New Orleans

9.2

Star-Spangled Banner, Florida Purchase

9.3

Monroe Doctrine, Missouri Compromise

9.4

cotton gin, Andrew Jackson

9.5

inauguration, Erie Canal

 

Week 10

10.1

Industrial Revolution, factory system, agriculture

10.2

textile, Indian Removal Act, Trail of Tears

10.3

truce, Nat Turner's Rebellion

10.4

Sequoyah, Texas, Alamo, "Remember the Alamo"

10.5

hard cider, Oregon Territory

 

Week 11

11.1

Declaration of Independence

11.2

Life and Thought during the Revolution

11.3

The Challenges of Victory

11.4

The Constitution

11.5

The Bill of Rights

 

Week 12

12.1

The National Government Organizes

12.2

The Growing Years: Overview

12.3

Growing West

12.4

Growing Capitalism, Industry, and Cities

12.5

Growing Religion and Reform

 

Week 13

13.1

Oregon Trail, Manifest Destiny, telegraph

13.2

Donner Party, Sierra Nevada, Mexican-American War, Mexican Cession

13.3

Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo, California Gold Rush

13.4

"Gold Mountain", Fugitive Slave Law

13.5

Underground Railroad, Harriet Tubman, Frederick Douglass, abolition movement

 

Week 14

14.1

abolitionist, Seneca Falls Convention, Uncle Tome's Cabin

14.2

Bleeding Kansas, John Brown's Raid

14.3

Dred Scott Decision, Abraham Lincoln

14.4

Lincoln-Douglas debates, legislature, secede/secession, Election of 1860

14.5

ironclads, the Union

 

Week 15

15.1

republic, Jefferson Davis

15.2

Robert E. Lee, draft, hardtack

15.3

shell, Confederate Army

15.4

Emancipation Proclamation, George McClellan

15.5

Gettysburg, Gettysburg Address

 

Week 16

16.1

Ulysses S. Grant, Reconstruction

16.2

John Wilkes Booth, Andrew Johson, Freedmen's Bureau

16.3

Black Codes, Radical Republicans, 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments, Reconstruction Acts, impeachment

16.4

party of Lincoln, segregation, Jim Crow

16.5

Exodusters

 

Week 17

17.1

Growing Apart: North and South

17.2

The Civil War

17.3

Reconstruction and Beyond

17.4

Declaration of Independene

17.5

U.S. Constitution

 

Week 18

18.1

Bill of Rights

18.2

Expanding Nation

18.3

Punishment for Slavery

18.4

Failure of Reconstruction

18.5

Reconstruction Amendments

 

Week 19

19.1

Great Plains, Homestead Act, soddie

19.2

Seward's Folly, cattle drive / long drive

19.3

transcontinental railroad, "Buffalo Bill" Cody, Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show

19.4

Promontory Summit, Indian Wars

19.5

Buffalo Soldiers, Custer's Last Stand, George Armstrong Custer

 

Week 20

20.1

Crazy Horse, Geronimo, Chief Joseph

20.2

robber barons, monopoly, Andrew Carnegie, John D. Rockefeller

20.3

Gilded Age, strike, Great Railroad Strike of 1877

20.4

Populist Party, populist, income tax, Lady Liberty, Ellis Island

20.5

Terms and Names

 

Week 21

21.1

Jane Addams, Chinese Exclusion Act

21.2

"separate but equal", lynching, literacy test

21.3

Booker T. Washington, Tuskegee Institute, National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP)

21.4

George Washington Carver, Spanish-American War

21.5

Rough Riders, Theodore Roosevelt, Progressive Movement, trust, labor unions, Sherman Antitrust Act, trust busting, The Jungle, Pure Food and Drug Act

 

Week 22

22.1

Henry Ford, Model T, Great War, World War I, Allied Powers, Central Powers

22.2

Lusitania, Zimmerman Telegram, Woodrow Wilson

22.3

Wilson's Fourteen Points, reparations, League of Nations, stroke

22.4

communism, Soviet Union, Vladimir Lenin, Joseph Talin, inflation, Red Scare, socialism, Sacco and Vanzetti, anarchist

22.5

Great Migration, Prohibition, temperance

 

Week 23

23.1

The Gilded Age

23.2

1900s: The Progressive Era

23.3

1910s: World War I

23.4

Immigrant "Invasion"

23.5

Discrimination Nation

 

Week 24

24.1

Imperialist America

24.2

Progressive Era

24.3

Progressive Foreign Policy

24.4

Wilson and World War I

24.5

Trench Warfare

 

Week 25

25.1

Al Capone, women's suffrage, Susan B. Anthony

25.2

Teapot Dome Scandal, Roaring Twenties, flappers, Duke Ellington, Babe Ruth, Harlem Renaissance

25.3

jazz, Charles Lindbergh, Amelia Earhart

25.4

Robert Goddard, economic depression, Great Depression

25.5

stock market crash, Herbert Hoover, Hoovervilles

 

Week 26

26.1

Dust Bowl, Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR), New Deal, alphabet soup, Social Security

26.2

fireside chats, cabinet, Eleanor Roosevelt

26.3

Golden Age of Hollywood, World War II

26.4

Treaty of Versailles, Adolf Hitler, Benito Mussolini, fascism, Nazi, Allies, Axis

26.5

Terms and Names

 

Week 27

27.1

internment, Rosie the Riveter, rationing

27.2

code talkers, atomic bomb, Harry Truman

27.3

containment, Marshall Plan

27.4

Cold War, capitalism, Winston Churchill, Iron Curtain, North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO)

27.5

United Nations, McCarthyism

 

Week 28

28.1

Korean War, Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam War

28.2

Dwight Eisenhower, D-Day, Levittwon, baby boom

28.3

franchise, soap opera

28.4

Elvis Presley, Brown v. Board of Education

28.5

integration, Jacki Robinson, Rosa Parks, Rev. Martin Luther king, Jr. civil disobedience

 

Week 29

29.1

1920s: The Roaring Twenties

29.2

1930s: The Great Depression

29.3

1940s: World War II

29.4

1950s: Post-War Prosperity

29.5

Women's Suffrage

 

Week 30

30.1

Roaring Twenties

30.2

Great Depression

30.3

FDR and the New Deal

30.4

Pearl Harbor

30.5

American Fights World War II

 

Week 31

31.1

Little Rock Nine, Greensboro sit-ins, Freedom Riders, March on Washington

31.2

John Kennedy, Peace Corps

31.3

Sputnik, Cuban Missile Crisis

31.4

Betty Friedan, Women's Liberation, Lee Harvey Oswald

31.5

Rachel Carson, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Lyndon Johnson, War on Poverty, Medicare / Medicaid

 

Week 32

32.1

domino theory, counterculture

32.2

Civil Rights Act of 1964, Voting Rights Act of 1965, Black Power, Malcolm X

32.3

Cesar Chavez

32.4

hawks, doves, hippies

32.5

Richard Nixon, Apollo 11, Neil Armstrong

 

Week 33

33.1

Watergate, Gerald Ford, Title IX, Roe v. Wade

33.2

Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), Jimmy Carter

33.3

Ronald Reagan, Challenger disaster

33.4

Aquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome (AIDS), Desert Strom, George Bush, Saddam Hussein

33.5

technological revolution, Bill Gates

 

Week 34

34.1

Bill Clinton, Monica Lewinsky Scandal, Rodney King case

34.2

George W. Bush, popular vote

34.3

9-11 attacks, World Trade Center, Pentagon, Osama bin Laden, fundamentalist

34.4

demography, Iraq War

34.5

Great Recession, Barack Obama

 

Week 35

35.1

1960s: New Frontiers

35.2

1970s: The Watergate Scandal

35.3

1980s: The Reagan Years

35.4

1990s: The Cold War Ends

35.5

2000s: A New Millenium

 

Week 36

36.1

The Brutalitiy of Total War

36.2

Consequences of World War II

36.3

Postwar America

36.4

Containing Communism

36.5

Price of Equality

 

Week 37

37.1

Escalating Vietnman War

37.2

Vietnam Divides the Nation

37.3

The Scandalous Seventies

37.4

Conservatie Revolution

37.5

American Revolution

 

Week 38

38.1

9/11 and the War in the Iraq

38.2

Katrina, Rita, and Beyond

38.3

 

38.4

 

38.5