Introductory American History
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Introductory American History

By Elbert Jay Benton, Henry Eldridge Bourne
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Table of Contents
  • INTRODUCTORY AMERICAN HISTORY
  • 1912
  • INTRODUCTION
  • CONTENTS
    • CHAPTER
      • I.
      • THE SCATTERED CHILDREN OF EUROPE
      • II.
      • OUR EARLIEST TEACHERS
      • III.
      • HOW THE GREEKS LIVED
      • IV.
      • GREEK EMIGRANTS OR COLONISTS
      • V.
      • NEW RIVALS OF THE GREEKS
      • VI.
      • THE MEDITERRANEAN A ROMAN LAKE
      • VII.
      • THE ANCIENT WORLD EXTENDED TO THE SHORES OF THE ATLANTIC
      • VIII.
      • THE CIVILIZATION OF THE ROMAN WORLD
      • IX.
      • CHRISTIANITY AND THE ROMAN EMPIRE
      • X.
      • EMIGRANTS A THOUSAND YEARS AGO
      • XI.
      • HOW ENGLISHMEN LEARNED TO GOVERN THEMSELVES
      • XII.
      • THE CIVILIZATION OF THE MIDDLE AGES
      • XIII.
      • TRADERS, TRAVELERS, AND EXPLORERS IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES
      • XIV.
      • THE DISCOVERY OF A NEW WORLD
      • XV.
      • OTHERS HELP IN THE DISCOVERY OF THE NEW WORLD
      • XVI.
      • EARLY SPANISH EXPLORERS AND CONQUERORS OF THE MAINLAND
      • XVII.
      • THE SPANISH EXPLORERS OF NORTH AMERICA
      • XVIII.
      • RIVALRY AND STRIFE IN EUROPE
      • XIX.
      • FIRST FRENCH ATTEMPTS TO SETTLE AMERICA
      • XX.
      • THE ENGLISH AND THE DUTCH TRIUMPH OVER SPAIN
      • XXI.
      • THE ENGLISH PEOPLE ATTEMPT TO SETTLE AMERICA
      • REFERENCES FOR TEACHERS
      • INDEX AND PRONOUNCING VOCABULARY
    • I.
    • THE SCATTERED CHILDREN OF EUROPE
    • II.
    • OUR EARLIEST TEACHERS
    • III.
    • HOW THE GREEKS LIVED
    • IV.
    • GREEK EMIGRANTS OR COLONISTS
    • V.
    • NEW RIVALS OF THE GREEKS
    • VI.
    • THE MEDITERRANEAN A ROMAN LAKE
    • VII.
    • THE ANCIENT WORLD EXTENDED TO THE SHORES OF THE ATLANTIC
    • VIII.
    • THE CIVILIZATION OF THE ROMAN WORLD
    • IX.
    • CHRISTIANITY AND THE ROMAN EMPIRE
    • X.
    • EMIGRANTS A THOUSAND YEARS AGO
    • XI.
    • HOW ENGLISHMEN LEARNED TO GOVERN THEMSELVES
    • XII.
    • THE CIVILIZATION OF THE MIDDLE AGES
    • XIII.
    • TRADERS, TRAVELERS, AND EXPLORERS IN THE LATER MIDDLE AGES
    • XIV.
    • THE DISCOVERY OF A NEW WORLD
    • XV.
    • OTHERS HELP IN THE DISCOVERY OF THE NEW WORLD
    • XVI.
    • EARLY SPANISH EXPLORERS AND CONQUERORS OF THE MAINLAND
    • XVII.
    • THE SPANISH EXPLORERS OF NORTH AMERICA
    • XVIII.
    • RIVALRY AND STRIFE IN EUROPE
    • XIX.
    • FIRST FRENCH ATTEMPTS TO SETTLE AMERICA
    • XX.
    • THE ENGLISH AND THE DUTCH TRIUMPH OVER SPAIN
    • XXI.
    • THE ENGLISH PEOPLE ATTEMPT TO SETTLE AMERICA
    • REFERENCES FOR TEACHERS
    • INDEX AND PRONOUNCING VOCABULARY
  • INTRODUCTORY AMERICAN HISTORY
  • CHAPTER I
  • CHAPTER II
  • CHAPTER III
  • CHAPTER IV
  • CHAPTER V
  • CHAPTER VI
  • CHAPTER VII
  • CHAPTER VIII
  • CHAPTER IX
  • CHAPTER X
  • CHAPTER XI
  • CHAPTER XII
  • CHAPTER XIII
  • CHAPTER XIV
  • CHAPTER XV
  • CHAPTER XVI
  • CHAPTER XVII
  • CHAPTER XVIII
  • CHAPTER XIX
  • CHAPTER XX
  • CHAPTER XXI
  • REFERENCES FOR TEACHERS
  • INDEX
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