America - still a young country by world standards - began as an experiment in self-government. This collection includes stories of America's people as they follow a path of "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness."
Tired of paying high taxes to Great Britain, the thirteen American colonies decide the time has come to be free.
The Supreme Court gets its own kind of veto power after Chief Justice Marshall's opinion in Marbury v Madison..
Americans fight their deadliest war at "home," losing about two percent of the entire population.
See how Hubble, the orbiting space telescope, has changed our view of the Cosmos. It all started with Galileo who, improving an original design, uses his version of the telescope to view the sky and planets. Mankind's view, looking up, has never been the same since.
South Carolina History Standard 8-5.5 Compare Industrial development in South Carolina to the rest of the United States
South Carolina History Standard 8-5.4 Summarize the policies and actions of South Carolina's political leadership implementing discriminatory laws tha...
South Carolina History Standard 8-5.3 Successes and Failures of Reconstruction in South Carolina
South Carolina History Standard 8-5.2 Describe the economic impact of Reconstruction on South Carolina in each of the various social classes
South Carolina History Standard 8-5.1 The impact of Reconstruction, Industrialization, and Progressivism
One of numerous relocation centers, during WWII, the Tule Lake internment camp was also known as a segregation center.
Tom Tanaka was living at Camp Poston when he created this painting of the place on May 17, 1942.
Phosphate mining, in South Carolina, was once the most-dominant in the world. This twenty-year position of prominence ended due to a variety of factor...
American children held jobs in many industries, including the cotton industry during the early 20th century. This girl was a spinner at a South Caroli...
Woodrow Wilson, about to be inaugurated as U.S. President, learns that American women are marching in protest against his stance on female voting righ...
Determining point of view
Analyzing the use of source material
Analyzing and evaluating an argument
Self-Esteem and Courage as Character Traits
Determining Meaning of Figurative Language
Do you know the background of "Little Women?" Meet Louisa May Alcott and learn how she based her still-famous story on her real-life family.
During America's Civil War, one of the country's most-famous writers penned a poem about ... the Revolutionary War.
Cowboys of the "Old West" sang songs about their work (and the trouble they got into). This is an example.
During the Great Depression, Americans were starving.
On the 8th of December, 1941 - the day after Pearl Harbor was bombed - Americans received their up-to-date news from the radio.
It's June 13, 1935 and Jim Braddock - a 10 to 1 underdog - stuns boxing fans everywhere when he defeats the reigning champion, Max Baer.
Making her point by breaking bottles of alcoholic beverages, Carry Nation becomes a temperance leader.
Working on her untitled book for years, Margaret Mitchell finally agrees to have a potential publisher see her manuscript.
Margaret Mitchell was a flirt who had lots of suitors. Did she create Scarlett O'Hara in her own likeness?
Benjamin O. Davis, Jr., was an African-American hero who was also a leader in wartime aviation history.
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