AP US History

AP US History 2017-06-27T20:36:05+00:00

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Timeline Tutorial

1491 – 1607 (Period 1): 33 Terms

Walk through the “must-know” terms of Period 1. Each term has a full definition so that you have a solid foundation for the important concepts, people, and events later in US History.

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Timeline Tutorial

1491 – 1607 (Period 1): 33 Terms

Walk through the “must-know” terms of Period 1. Each term has a full definition so that you have a solid foundation for the important concepts, people, and events later in US History.

Check out the Period 1 Videos!

1607 – 1754 (Period 2): 52 Terms

Do you know how the American colonies went from being an afterthought to the jewel of British colonialism? These 53 terms will show each important development in its historical context, so that you know what made the American colonies so successful… and unique.

Check out the Period 2 Articles!
Timeline Tutorial

1607 – 1754 (Period 2): 52 Terms

Do you know how the American colonies went from being an afterthought to the jewel of British colonialism? These 53 terms will show each important development in its historical context, so that you know what made the American colonies so successful… and unique.

Check out the Period 2 Articles!

1754 – 1800 (Period 3): 115 Terms

How did the American colonies transform from loyal British colonist to revolutionary champions in just 20 years? Walk through time and see how the British tried to strong-arm the autonomy loving colonies into submission. Every important Act, battle, and person is laid out, so you can see the development of the most important war of the 18th century, step-by-step.

Check out the Period 3 Articles!
Timeline Tutorial

1754 – 1800 (Period 3): 115 Terms

How did the American colonies transform from loyal British colonist to revolutionary champions in just 20 years? Walk through time and see how the British tried to strong-arm the autonomy loving colonies into submission. Every important Act, battle, and person is laid out, so you can see the development of the most important war of the 18th century, step-by-step.

Check out the Period 3 Articles!

1800 – 1848 (Period 4): 135 Terms

Political revolution, another war with Britain, a Second Great Awakening, and a country trudging towards Civil War. See how the young United States of America built itself into a powerful nation, but destined to descend into civil war. A thorough analysis of the people, events, and ideas that shaped 19th century America.

Check out the Period 4 Articles!
Timeline Tutorial

1800 – 1848 (Period 4): 135 Terms

Political revolution, another war with Britain, a Second Great Awakening, and a country trudging towards Civil War. See how the young United States of America built itself into a powerful nation, but destined to descend into civil war. A thorough analysis of the people, events, and ideas that shaped 19th century America.

Check out the Period 4 Articles!

1844 – 1877 (Period 5): 76 Terms

How did the United States go from a country bound together by Manifest Destiny, only to be ripped a part by the very expansion they sought together? Take a look at our timeline to find out.

Check out the Period 5 Articles!
Timeline Tutorial

1844 – 1877 (Period 5): 76 Terms

How did the United States go from a country bound together by Manifest Destiny, only to be ripped a part by the very expansion they sought together? Take a look at our timeline to find out.

Check out the Period 5 Articles!

1865 – 1898 (Period 6): 73 Terms

When did the U.S. become the world’s greatest industrial power? And how did the industrialist of the day erect billion dollar empires? Find out in Period 6.

Timeline Tutorial

1865 – 1898 (Period 6): 73 Terms

When did the U.S. become the world’s greatest industrial power? And how did the industrialist of the day erect billion dollar empires? Find out in Period 6.

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