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United States History I Standards
The Political and Intellectual Origins of the American Nation: The Revolution and the Constitution, 1763-1789
The Formation and Framework of American Democracy
Political Democratization, Westward Expansion, and Diplomatic Developments, 1790-1860
Economic Growth in the North and South, 1800-1860
Social, Political, and Religious Change, 1800-1860
The Civil War and Reconstruction, 1860-1877
For resources for teaching, see
American Origins: 1600 to 1900
from the National Portrait Gallery at the Smithsonian.
United States History II Standards
Industrial America and Its Emerging Role In International Affairs, 1870-1920
The Age of Reform: Progressivism and the New Deal, 1900-1940
World War II, 1939-1945
The Cold War Abroad, 1945-1989
Cold War America at Home: Economic Growth and Optimism, Anticommunism, and Reform, 1945-1980
Contemporary America, 1980-2001
Image IDs from left to right:
, from Wikimedia Commons, "Abraham Lincoln head on shoulders photo portrait".
, from Wikimedia Commons, "Eleanor Roosevelt portrait 1933".
Martin Luther King, Jr.
, from Wikimedia Commons, "Martin Luther King Jr NYWTS 4".
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