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From the end of the early colonial days to the end of the Civil War, this clearly explained text is a perfect guide for anyone who wants to be knowledgeable about the history of America and its democracy. As it goes through the sequence of the events of the past, it provides readers with the analysis necessary to make them more engaged and appreciative participants in the American future. This book was designed for those who want to develop a better understanding of America’s economic and cultural growth, the political and social challenges it went through, as well as the relationships between different historical events. The content is focused on an essential review of all the crucial facts and events from early colonization to 1877. You will learn about historical figures and important events that played an important role in the founding of American government, American revolution, the Civil War, as well as the meaning and significance of the various social movements, and how each important historical event shaped the country’s cultural heritage and political development. For systematized learning, the content is divided into two historical periods. It is centered around five focus areas: political history, economic developments, social developments, cultural and intellectual events, and foreign relations. This context-based approach to studying American history is more engaging than a raw fact-based approach.