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Davidson, James West, Michael B. SToff, Herman J. Viola. Prentice Hall The American Nation. Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Prentice Hall, 2005.

UNIT 1: ROOTS OF AMERICAN HISTORY Chapter 4: The Thirteen English Colonies (1630–1750)

Critical Thinking Lessons:

  • 1.

    1673: Marquette and Joliet Explore the Mississippi

  • 2.

    1702: The Effects of the Fur Trade

  • 3.

    1763: Pontiac Urges Wisconsin Indians to Fight

  • 4.

    1881: Who Built the Effigy Mounds?

UNIT 2: THE REVOLUTIONARY ERA Chapter 8: Government, Citizenship, and the Constitution (1787–Present)

Critical Thinking Lessons:

1. ( 1783) 1846: Should Women Be Allowed to Own Property?

UNIT 4: AN ERA OF EXPANSION Chapter 15: Reform and a New American Culture (1820–1860)

Critical Thinking Lessons:

  • 1.

    1827: Joseph Street Tries to Prevent the Black Hawk War

  • 2.

    1850: The U.S. Government Deceives the Ojibwe

  • 3.

    1854: A RealLife ʺLittle Houseʺ Story

UNIT 5: DIVISION AND REUNION Chapter 18: Reconstruction and the Changing South (1863–1896)

Critical Thinking Lessons:

1. 1862: A Wisconsin Soldier Refuses to Give Slaves Back to Their Owners 2. 1865: Should Black Citizens Be Allowed to Vote?

UNIT 6: TRANSFORMING THE NATION Chapter 21: A New Urban Culture (1865–1914)

Critical Thinking Lessons:

  • 1.

    1869: Should Wisconsinʹs Forests Be Saved?

  • 2.

    1886: Should Government Use Violence to

Suppress Demonstrations? 3. 1890: Englishonly in Wisconsin Schools?

UNIT 7: A NEW ROLE FOR THE NATION Chapter 24: World War I (1914–1919)

Critical Thinking Lessons:

  • 1.

    1910: Should Native American Children Be Mainstreamed?

  • 2.

    1911: Should Women Be Allowed to Vote?

  • 3.

    1918: German Language Books Burned in the Street

UNIT 8: PROSPERITY, DEPRESSION, AND WAR Chapter 27: The World War II Era (1935–1945)

Critical Thinking Lessons:

1. 1935: What Should the Government Do about Unemployment and Poverty?

UNIT 9: THE BOLD EXPERIMENT CONTINUES Chapter 30: The Nation in a New World (1970–Present)

Critical Thinking Lessons:

  • 1.

    1950: Communist and AntiCommunist Propaganda

  • 2.

    19661984: Desegregating Wisconsin Schools

and Neighborhoods 3. 19751990: Accommodating New Immigrants

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