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Cayton, Andrew, Elizabeth Israels Perry, Linda Reed, and Allan M. Winkler. America: Pathways to the Present. Prentice Hall, 2005.

Unit 1: Beginnings to 1861 Chapter 3: An Emerging New Nation, 1783–1861

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.

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

  • 5.

    1827: Joseph Street Tries to Prevent the Black Hawk War

  • 6.

    1850: The U.S. Government Deceives the Ojibwe

  • 7.

    1854: A RealLife ʺLittle Houseʺ Story

Unit 2: Building a Powerful Nation, 1850–1915 Chapter 9: Life at the Turn of the Twentieth Century, 1870–1915

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?

  • 3.

    1869: Should Wisconsinʹs Forests Be Saved?

  • 4.

    1886: Should Government Use Violence to Suppress Demonstrations?

  • 5.

    1890: Englishonly in Wisconsin Schools?

Unit 3: The United States on the Brink of Change, 1890–1920 Chapter 12: The World War I Era, 1914–1920

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 4: Boom Times to Hard Times, 1920–1941 Chapter 16: The New Deal, 1933–1941

Critical Thinking Lessons:

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

Unit 5: Hot and Cold War, 1931–1960 Chapter 20: The Postwar Years at Home, 1945–1960

Critical Thinking Lessons:

1. 1950: Communist and AntiCommunist Propaganda

Unit 6: A Period of Turmoil and Change, 1950–1975 Chapter 24: The Vietnam War, 1954–1975

Critical Thinking Lessons:

1. 19661984: Desegregating Schools and Neighborhoods

Unit 7: Continuity and Change, 1969 to the Present Chapter 27: Entering a New Era, 1992 to the Present

Critical Thinking Lessons:

1. 19751990: Accommodating New Immigrants

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