Discontinued App

Mobile Lecture: US History

Carry a concise History of the United States with you wherever you go. Mobile Lecture: US History is an application that not only gives you access to ...

Discontinued App

Description

Carry a concise History of the United States with you wherever you go. Mobile Lecture: US History is an application that not only gives you access to 31 lectures narrated by Professor Nagle, but also provides you with interactive quizzes for every chapter. Topics include: The 1st Americans European Exploration New England Colonies Middle colonies and Lower South Colonial Society Revolution and Independence Origins of the Constitution New Republic Age of Jefferson Jacksonian Democracy Economy Transformed Westward Expansion Travel West and Old South Impending Crisis Civil War Reconstruction Politics Transforming the West Rise of Industry United States (in 1900) The Progressive Movement World War I The 1920s Depression and New Deal WWII: Battle Front WWII: Home Front The Early Cold War Civil Rights I Civil Right II Vietnam Nixon, Watergate and Carter From Regan to a New Country For a free sample chapter click here: Lect - The First Americans Michael W. Nagle is a Professor of History and Political Science at West Shore Community College in Scottville, Michigan, where he has received numerous awards for his teaching excellence. He holds a Bachelors degree in Education and a Masters degree in History from Western Washington University in Bellingham, Washington. Nagle lives in Ludington, Michigan with his wife and two daughters. This app was created by Synaptic Global Learning, LLC for Cengage Learning.

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Technical specifications

Version: 1.0

Size: 865.98 MB

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Price: 9,00 €

Developed by Cengage Learning

Day of release: 2011-04-15

Recommended age: 4+

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