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Lesson 1: Discovery and Settlement of the New World

Lesson 2: Europe and the Impulse for Exploration

Lesson 3: Spanish and French Exploration

Lesson 4: The First English Settlements

Lesson 5: The New England Colonies

Lesson 6: The Middle, Chesapeake and Southern Colonies

Lesson 7: Colonial Life

Lesson 8: Scientific and Religious Transformation

Lesson 9: The French and Indian War

Lesson 10: Imperial Reorganization

Lesson 11: Philosophy of the American Revolution

Lesson 12: The Declaration of Independence

Lesson 13: The Revolutionary War

Lesson 14: The Articles of Confederation

Lesson 15: The Confederation Faces Challenges

Lesson 16: Philadelphia Convention

Lesson 17: Federalists vs. Anti-Federalists

Lesson 18: Development of the Two Party System

Lesson 19: John Adams

Lesson 20: Jefferson as President

Lesson 21: War of 1812

Lesson 22: James Monroe

Lesson 23: A Growing National Economy

Lesson 24: The Transportation Revolution

Lesson 25: King Cotton

Lesson 26: Democracy and the "Common Man"

Lesson 27: Nullifaction Crisis

Lesson 28: The Bank of the United States

Lesson 29: Indian Removal

Lesson 30: Transcendentalism, Religion, and Utopian Movements

Lesson 31: Reform Crusades

Lesson 32: Manifest Destiny

Lesson 33: Decade of Crisis

Lesson 34: The Approaching War

Lesson 35: Sucession

Lesson 36: The Civil War

Lesson 37: Abolition of Slavery

Lesson 38: Ramifications of the Civil War

Lesson 39: Presidential and Congressional Reconstruction Plans

Lesson 40: The End of Reconstruction

Lesson 41: The New South

Lesson 42: Focus on the West

Lesson 43: Confrontations with Native Americans

Lesson 44: Cattle, Frontiers and Farming

Lesson 45: End of the Frontier

Lesson 46: Gilded Age Scandel and Corruption

Lesson 47: Consumer Culture

Lesson 48: Rise of Unions

Lesson 49: Growth of Cities

Lesson 50: Life in the City

Lesson 51: Agrarian Revolt

Lesson 52: The Progressive Impulse

Lesson 53: The Progressive Presidents

Lesson 54: McKinley and Roosevelt

Lesson 55: Taft and Wilson

Lesson 56: US Entry into WWI

Lesson 57: Peace Conferences

Lesson 58: Social Tensions

Lesson 59: Causes and Consequences of the Great Depression

Lesson 60: The New Deal

Lesson 61: The Failures of Diplomacy

Lesson 62: The Second World War

Lesson 63: The Home Front

Lesson 64: Wartime Diplomacy

Lesson 65: End of War

Lesson 66: Containment

Lesson 67: Conflict in Asia

Lesson 68: Red Scare Again

Lesson 69: Internal Improvements

Lesson 70: Foreign Policy

Lesson 71: Challenging Jim Crow

Lesson 72: Consequences of the Civil Rights Movement

Lesson 73: Baby Boom

Lesson 74: Material Culture

Lesson 75: JFK

Lesson 76: LBJ

Lesson 77: Nixon and Foreign Policy

Lesson 78: Nixon and Domestic Issues

Lesson 79: Ford, Carter and Reagan

Lesson 80: Moving into a New Millenium

The American Pageant Lectures
 
  1. The First Americans
  2. European Exploration
  3. New England Colonies (1620-1700)
  4. Middle Colonies and Lower South (1670s-1750)
  5. Colonial Society (Up to 1750)
  6. Toward Revolution and Independence (1750-1783)
  7. Origins of the Constitution
  8. New Republic (1789-1801)
  9. Age of Jefferson (1800-1815)
  10. "Good Feelings" and Jacksonian Democracy (1815-1840)
  11. American Society and Economy Transformed (1815-1860)
  12. Westward Expansion (1820s-1850)
  13. Travel West and Old South
  14. Impending Crisis (1850-1861)
  15. Civil War (1861-1865)
  16. Reconstruction Politics (1863/65-1877)
  17. Transforming the West (1860's-1900)
  18. Rise of Industry (1865-1900)
  19. United States (in 1900)
  20. The Progressive Movement (1890s-1917)
  21. World War I (1914/17-1918)
  22. The 1920s
  23. Depression and New Deal (1929-1940)
  24. WWII: Battle Front (1939/41-1945)
  25. WWII: Home Front (1941-45)
  26. The Early Cold War (1945-61)
  27. Affluent Society and Civil Rights I (1945-61)
  28. 1960s Politics and Civil Rights II
  29. Vietnam (1950-1975)
  30. Nixon, Watergate and Carter (1969-81)
  31. From Reagan To A New Century (1981-2005)

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