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The history of the United States [sound recording] / Allen C. Guelzo, Gary W. Gallagher, Patrick N. Allitt.

Guelzo, Allen C. (Author). Gallagher, Gary W. (Added Author). Allitt, Patrick. (Added Author). Teaching Company. (Added Author).
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Record details

  • ISBN: 1565857615
  • Physical Description: 42 sound discs : analog ; 4 3/4 in + 7 booklets.
  • Edition: 2nd ed.
  • Publisher: Chantilly, VA : Teaching Co., p2003.

Content descriptions

General Note: Compact discs.
In seven containers (26 cm.).
Includes seven course guidebooks containing outlines of the lectures, glossaries, bibliographies, maps, etc.
Teaching Co.: 8501--8507.
Formatted Contents Note: Pt.1 (discs 1-6) : lecture 1. Living bravely -- lecture 2. Spain, France, and the Netherlands -- lecture 3. Gentlemen in the wilderness -- lecture 4. Radicals in the wilderness -- lecture 5. Traders in the wilderness -- lecture 6. An economy of slaves -- lecture 7. Printers, painters, and preachers -- lecture 8. The great awakening -- lecture 9. The great war for empire -- lecture 10. The rejection of empire -- lecture 11. The American Revolution, politics and people -- lecture 12. The American Revolution, Howe's war.
Pt. 2 (discs 7-12) : lecture 13. The American Revolution, Washington's war -- lecture 14. Creating the Constitution -- lecture 15. Hamilton's Republic -- lecture 16. Republicans and Federalists -- lecture 17. Adams and liberty -- lecture 18. The Jeffersonian reaction -- lecture 19. Territory and treason -- lecture 20. The agrarian republic -- lecture 21. The disastrous War of 1812 -- lecture 22. The "American system" -- lecture 23. A nation announcing itself -- lecture 24. National Republican follies.
Pt. 3 (discs 13-18) : lecture 25. The second great awakening -- lecture 26. Dark Satanic mills -- lecture 27. The military chieftain -- lecture 28. The politics of distrust -- lecture 29. The monster bank -- lecture 30. Whigs and Democrats -- lecture 31. American romanticism -- lecture 32. The age of reform -- Southern society and the defense of slavery -- lecture 33. Whose Manifest Destiny? -- lecture 34. The Mexican War -- lecture 36. The Great Compromise.
Pt. 4 (discs 19-24) : lecture 37. Sectional tensions escalate -- lecture 38. Drifting toward disaster -- lecture 39. The coming of war -- lecture 40. The first year of fighting -- lecture 41. Shifting tides of battle -- lecture 42. Diplomatic clashes and sustaining the war -- lecture 43. Behind the lines, politics and economies -- lecture 44. African Americans in wartime -- lecture 45. The Union drive to victory -- lecture 46. Presidential Reconstruction -- lecture 47. Congress takes command -- lecture 48. Reconstruction ends.
Part 5 (discs 25-30) : lecture 49. Industrialization -- lecture 50. Transcontinental railroads -- lecture 51. The last Indian wars -- lecture 52. Farming the Great Plains -- lecture 53. African Americans after Reconstruction -- lecture 54. Men and women -- lecture 55. Religion in Victorian America -- lecture 56. The Populists -- lecture 57. The new immigration -- lecture 58. City life -- lecture 59. Labor and capital -- lecture 60. Theodore Roosevelt and progressivism.
Part 6 (discs 31-36) : lecture 61. Mass production -- lecture 62. World War I, the road to intervention -- lecture 63. World War I, Versailles and Wilson's gambit -- lecture 64. The 1920's -- lecture 65. The Wall Street crash and the Great Depression -- lecture 66. The New Deal -- lecture 67. World War II, the road to Pearl Harbor -- lecture 68. World War II, the European theater -- lecture 69. World War II, the Pacific theater -- lecture 70. The Cold War -- lecture 71. The Korean War and McCarthyism -- lecture 72. The affluent society.
Part 7 (discs 37-42) : lecture 73. The Civil Rights movement -- lecture 74. The New Frontier and the Great Society -- lecture 75. The rise of mass media -- lecture 76. The Vietnam War -- lecture 77. The women's movement -- lecture 78. Nixon and Watergate -- lecture 79. Environmentalism -- lecture 80. Religion in twentieth-century America -- lecture 81. Carter and the Reagan revolution -- lecture 82. The new world order -- lecture 83. Clinton's America and the Millennium -- lecture 84. Reflections.
Participant or Performer Note: Lectures 1-36 (pts. I-III) delivered by Allen C. Guelzo, professor at Eastern University ; lectures 37-48 (pt. IV) delivered by Gary W. Gallagher, University of Virginia ; lectures 49-84 (pts. V-VII) delivered by Patrick N. Allitt, Emory University.
Summary, etc.: Chronicles the history of the United States from its colonial origins to the beginning of the 21st century.
Subject: United States > History.
United States > Biography.
United States > Politics and government.
United States > Discovery and exploration.

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