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HIST, Volume 1,
5th Edition

Kevin M. Schultz

ISBN-13: 9781337294171 | ISBN-10: 1337294179

Copyright 2018

| Published 2017

| 336 pages

List Price USD $65.00

Overview

Learn American history YOUR Way with HIST! HIST’s easy-reference, paperback textbook presents course content through visually-engaging chapters as well as Chapter Review Cards that consolidate the best review material into a ready-made study tool. With the textbook or on its own, HIST allows easy exploration of HIST anywhere, anytime - including on your device! Collect your notes and create StudyBits™ from interactive content as you go to remember what’s important. Then, either use preset study resources, or personalize the product through easy-to-use tags and filters to prioritize your study time. Make and review flashcards, review related content, and track your progress with Concept Tracker, all in one place and at an affordable price!

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Meet the Authors

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Kevin M. Schultz teaches American history at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC), one of the most diverse campuses in the country. He has special interests in religion, ethnic and racial history, and American intellectual and cultural life. He is currently president of the Society for U.S. Intellectual History and is the author of several books. His most recent, BUCKLEY AND MAILER: THE DIFFICULT FRIENDSHIP THAT SHAPED THE SIXTIES (W.W. Norton & Co.), came out in 2015 and was reviewed widely, including in The New Yorker, the Wall Street Journal, and dozens more venues. His TRI-FAITH AMERICA: HOW POSTWAR CATHOLICS AND JEWS HELPED AMERICA REALIZE ITS PROTESTANT PROMISE was published by Oxford University Press in 2011 and is now in paperback, and his essays have appeared in THE JOURNAL OF AMERICAN HISTORY, AMERICAN QUARTERLY, THE JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF RELIGION, LABOR HISTORY, and several other venues, popular and academic alike. An award-winning teacher, he received his B.A. from Vanderbilt University and his Ph.D. from the University of California, Berkeley.

  • Coupled with straightforward course management, assessment, and analytics for instructors, HIST with HIST Online engages students of all generations and learning styles, and integrates seamlessly into your course, setting the stage for thinking critically about American history course.
  • NEW 4LTR PRESS ONLINE: Created through a deep investigation of students' challenges and workflows, HIST Online lets students study how and when they want−including on their devices!
  • More Essay Questions: Additional essay questions have been added to the testbank providing you more suggestions for test questions. These questions have also been balanced to ensure you have various difficulty levels of written exam questions for each chapter.
  • E-Lectures: Updated student e-lecture review videos within HIST Online provide students a visual summary for the most important concepts of each chapter.
  • With the unique StudyBits™ functionality, students easily collect notes and create StudyBits™ from interactive content to collect what’s important. And intuitive tagging and filtering options helps students maximize their study efforts as they make flashcards, take practice quizzes, view related content, and track their progress all in one place!
  • HIST provides important context for chapter material with “The Reasons Why...” boxes, which explain broader reasons for events, and “Looking Ahead” sections that close each chapter and prepare students for the material ahead.
  • Chapter Review cards at the end of the text feature timelines of key dates, key terms, and section summaries.
  • Engaging and memorable historical images
  • Chapter Prep cards at the end of the text provide instructors with easily-accessed discussion questions and class activities.
  • Tear-Out Review Cards at the back of the Student Editions provide students a portable study tool containing timelines of key dates, key terms, and section summaries.
  • Shorter, comprehensive chapters in a modern design present content in a more engaging and accessible format that increases the number of students who read the chapter without minimizing coverage for your course.
  • Looking Ahead… sections close each chapter to prepare students for the material ahead.
  • HIST uses engaging and memorable historical image and maps that provide a visual telling of key events in U.S. history.
  • Maps provide a visual telling of key events in U.S. history.
  • Every 4LTR Press solution comes complete with an engaging print textbook, tear-out review cards, an interactive digital solution, which offers study tools and the full text narrative, all delivered and influenced by a deep understanding of student’s workflow and learning styles. Available as print with online, print only, or online only, students have their choice of format all at the same affordable price.
  • “The Reasons Why...” boxes provide context for key events.

Table of Contents

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1. Three Societies on the Verge of Contact.
2. Contact and Settlement, 1492–1660.
3. Expansion and Its Costs, 1660–1700.
4. Expansion and Control, 1700–1763.
5. Toward Revolution, 1763–1775.
6. The Revolution.
7. Confederation and Constitution, 1783–1789.
8. Securing the New Nation, 1789–1800.
9. Jeffersonian Democracy, 1800–1814.
10. The Market Revolution.
11. Politics of the Market Revolution.
12. A Regionalized America, 1830–1860.
13. The Continued Move West.
14. The Impending Crisis.
15. The Civil War.
16. Reconstruction, 1865–1877.

Cengage provides a range of supplements that are updated in coordination with the main title selection. For more information about these supplements, contact your Learning Consultant.

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