- Author:Julie Roy Jeffrey,John R. Howe,Peter J. Frederick,Allen F. Davis,Allan M. Winkler,Charlene Mires,Carla Gardina Pestana,Gary B. Nash
- Publisher:Longman; 7 edition (October 3, 2006)
- Pages:1200 pages
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Julie Roy Jeffrey earned her P. in history from Rice University. Carla Gardina Pestana received her P. from the University of California at Los Angeles. Since then she has taught at Goucher College. Honored as an outstanding teacher, Jeffrey has been involved in faculty development activities and curriculum evaluation. She is Professor and Joyce Appleby Chair of America and the World at UCLA. She has authored books and articles on 17th and 18th century religion, politics and empire.
Allen F. Davis earned his P. from the University of Wisconsin. Allan M. Winkler received his P. from Yale University. He has taught at Yale and the University of Oregon, and he is now Distinguished Professor of History at Miami University of Ohio.
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As it unfolds the drama of American history, The American People highlights the political, social, economic, technological . Julie Roy Jeffrey "is Elizabeth Connelly Todd Professor History in Goucher College.
As it unfolds the drama of American history, The American People highlights the political, social, economic, technological, religious, cultural, and intellectual events that have shaped American society. Appropriate for anyone with an interest in American history and the Social history of the United States. Previous ISBNs: 0-673-98576-8. She is the author of Education for Children of the Poor: The Elementary Education Act of 1965 and Frontier Women: The Trans-Mississippi West, 1840-1880 and coauthor of The American People: Creating a Nation and a Society.
The American People Vol. 1 : Creating a Nation and a Society. I was looking for a book that would help me to understand the American Society, and this was an excelent option to acomplish it. 0. Report. by John R. Howe J. Gary B. Nash, Julie Roy Jeffrey. Great Overview! By Thriftbooks. com User, September 27, 2005. This book gives a great overview of the social aspects of . It was rather refreshing to read a history book that was not so narrowly focused on the death and carnage of war in this nation.
by Gary B. Nash (Author), Julie Roy Jeffrey (Author), John R. Howe (Author), Peter J. Frederick (Author), Allen F. Davis (Author), Allan M. Winkler (Author), Charlene Mires . Winkler (Author), Charlene Mires (Author), Carla Gardina Pestana (Author) & 5 more. ISBN-13: 978-0205021628.
Subtitle Creating a Nation and a Society: Since 1865. Author Nash, Gary B., Jeffrey, Julie Roy, Howe, John . Frederick, Peter . Davis, Allen . Winkler, Allan . Mires, Charlene, Pestana, Carla Gardina. ISBN13: 9780205805389. ISBN13: 9780205572472.
ISBN 9780321316417 (978-0-321-31641-7) Softcover, Longman, 2005.
· This Primary Source Edition provides 1 to 2 primary sources per chapter, tied to the chapter's content, with critical thinking questions for each source -- at no additional cost to your students.
· Providing students with a thought-provoking account of America’s past, The American People examines how American society assumed its present shape and developed its present forms of government.
· A strong social emphasis underscores the “humanness” of America's history as revealed through the everyday lives of ordinary Americans.
· Recovering the Past essays acquaint students with the work that historians do by introducing them to the fascinating variety of materials that historians use to understand and interpret the past.
· Two new primary source features, “American Voices” and “How Others See Us” enliven the narrative with short passages from both ordinary and extraordinary Americans or from outsiders commenting on the American nation or its people.