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HARCOURT BRACE SOCIAL STUDIES

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Professor and Jesse H.Jones

Distinguished Chair in

Geographic Education Department of Geography and

Planning

Southwest Texas State University San Marcos, Texas

Teacher

Ralph Waldo Emerson School #58 Indianapolis, Indiana

Associate Professor Division of Curriculum and

Instruction Arizona State University Tempe, Arizona

Director

Division for Public Education American Bar Association Chicago, Illinois

Associate Professor of Education and Associate Vice Chancellor for Diversity

School of Education

University of Colorado

Boulder, Colorado

Co-Director

Center for History-Social Science

Education School of Education California State University,

Dominguez Hills Carson, California

Professor

School of Education University of San Francisco San Francisco, California

Professor Emeritus of Geography

and Anthropology University of Houston Houston,Texas

Professor of Education Oakland University Rochester, Michigan

Fuller E. Callaway Professor of

Urban Education Georgia State University Atlanta, Georgia

Professor of Elementary Social Studies

Department of Curriculum and

Instruction Illinois State University Normal, Illinois

Youth Services Librarian Tempe Public Library Tempe, Arizona

Language Development Specialist Stanton Elementary School Glendora, California

Teacher

Sobey Elementary School Flint, Michigan

Professor

Department of History Colorado State University Fort Collins, Colorado

Program Director

Georgia Council on Economic

Education Atlanta, Georgia

Director of Bilingual Education Compton Unified School District Compton, California

Professor Emeritus Department of Africana &

Puerto Rican Studies Hunter College New York, New York

Professor

Department of History Western Michigan University Kalamazoo, Michigan

Staff Development Trainer Edison Township School District Edison, New Jersey

Teacher

Heards Ferry Elementary School Atlanta, Georgia

Chairman of the Social Studies Division and Professor of History

Wayland Baptist University

Plainview, Texas

Curriculum Support Teacher Oak Knoll Elementary School East Point, Georgia

Social Studies Teacher Dutch Fork High School Columbia, South Carolina

Former Superintendent of Boston, Massachusetts, Public Schools and Richmond,Virginia, Public Schools

Professor of History California State University,

Dominguez Hills Dominguez Hills, California

Coordinator of Curriculum Selma Unified School District Selma, California

Supervisor

Office of Social Studies Detroit Public Schools Detroit, Michigan

Principal

East Petersburg Elementary School East Petersburg, Pennsylvania

Teacher

Escatawpa Elementary School Moss Point, Mississippi

Coordinator of Language Arts/

Social Studies Kenosha Public Schools Kenosha, Wisconsin

(Santa Clara Pueblo Tewa) Vice President ORBIS Associates Washington, D.C.

Title One Coordinator Hammel Street School Los Angeles, California

American Bar Association Chicago, Illinois

Associate Professor Department of History Trinity University San Antonio,Texas

Director of Council for Citizenship Education Russell Sage College Troy, New York

Teacher

Farragut Intermediate School Knoxville,Tennessee

Supervisor of Humanities Baltimore City Public Schools Baltimore, Maryland

Senior Education Advisor Close Up Foundation Alexandria, Virginia

Social Studies Specialist Fayette County Schools Fayetteville, Georgia

Teacher

Millwood Elementary School Sumter, South Carolina

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586

Set the Scene with Literature

Pedro's Journal

by Pam Conrad

illustrated by Rick Johnson.......................42

.........44

Lesson I • Early Peoples in the Americas...............45

..................................53

Lesson 2 • Exploration and Settlement.................54

.................................62

Lesson 3 • The Thirteen British Colonies...............64

Lesson 4 • Revolution......................................72

....................................81

Chapter Review............................................82

Christopher Columbus

Thomas Jefferson

..............................84

Lesson I • A New Government for a New Nation____85

Lesson 2 • The New Nation Grows......................92

Lesson 3 • The Industrial Revolution...................100

Lesson 4 • Changes in Politics and Society............105

..................................I 10

Chapter Review...........................................I 12

Making Social Studies Relevant

Growth and Change..............................I 14

J

..............................................122

Frederick Douglass

Edwin Jennison

................128

Lesson I • Differences Divide North and South......129

.............................135

Lesson 2 • Africans in Slavery and Freedom..........136

Lesson 3 • Facing a National Problem.................142

Lesson 4 • A Time for Hard Decisions.................148

...............................153

.......................................154

Chapter Review...........................................156

............158

Lesson I • The Fighting Begins..........................159

Lesson 2 • LEARN HISTORY THROUGH LITERATURE | \ \ The Signature That Changed America

lissk^by Harold Holzer................................166

Lesson 3 • The Long Road to a Union Victory........172

......................180

Lesson 4 • Life After the War............................182

Chapter Review..........................................190

Making Social Studies Relevant

The Fight for Freedom Goes On................192

...........................................194

...............................................196

586

Set the Scene with Literature

Stonewall

by Jean Fritz.....................................124

)

..............................................200

Set the Scene with Literature

The Story of Thomas Alva Edison

by Margaret Cousins............................202

....................204

Lesson I • Big Business and Industrial Cities.........205

.....................................212

Lesson 2 • Growing Pains................................214

..........................................221

Lesson 3 • New Immigrants.............................222

Lesson 4 • The Growth of Cities........................230

...........................................235

Chapter Review...........................................236

An immigrant girl

/..................................238

Lesson I • Farming the Great Plains...................239

.................................244

Lesson 2 • The Cattle Kingdom.........................246

Lesson 3 • Mining in the West...........................252

Lesson 4 • Conflict in the West.........................257

Chapter Review...........................................262

Making Social Studies Relevant

Young Inventors.......................

264 266 268

Theodore Roosevelt

Zora Neale Hurston

..............................................272

Set the Scene with Literature

*c—v—\This Man's War

by Charles F. Minder.............................274

.......276

Lesson I • Building an Empire...........................277

.................................286

Lesson 2 • Progressives and Reform....................288

Lesson 3 • The Great War...............................294

.................................302

Chapter Review...........................................304

..............................306

Lesson I • The Roaring Twenties........................307

Lesson 2 • The Great Depression and

the New Deal.................................313

.......................................319

Lesson 3 • learn history through literature 4 x—\ Children of the Dust Bowl

__^==^ by Jerry Stanley..................................320

Lesson 4 • World War II Begins..............................324

Lesson 5 • The Allies Win the War..........................331

...................................340

...............................342

Chapter Review..........................................344

Making Social Studies Relevant

American Ideas and Products....................346

...........................................348

...............................................350

586

/-1

Martin Luther King, Jr.

A young American

..............................................354

Set the Scene with Literature

/—\ On the Pulse of Morning

Vase,.-by MayaAngelou................................356

..............................358

Lesson I • The Cold War Begins........................359

Lesson 2 • learn history through literature ; \ One Giant Leap

\^^~^ by Mary Ann Fraser.............................366

Lesson 3 • Struggle for Equal Rights...................372

..............................378

Lesson 4 • Vietnam War and Protests at Home......379

............................................384

Lesson 5 • The Cold War Ends..........................386

..............................392

Chapter Review...........................................394

..................................396

Lesson I • Government and the People...............397

Lesson 2 • The Challenges of Growth..................403

......................................408

Lesson 3 • The American Economy....................410

..................................416

Lesson 4 • The United States and the World.........418

.......................................423

Chapter Review...........................................424

Making Social Studies Relevant

Technology and Communication.................426

...........................................428

...............................................430

........................................R2

Facts About the States..............................RIO

Facts About the Western

Hemisphere.............................................RI4

Facts About the Presidents.........................R16

The Declaration of Independence.................RI9

The Constitution of the United States of America....................................R23

The National Anthem................................R44

The Pledge of Allegiance...........................R45

...................R46

............................................R53

..............................................R59

....................................................R65

Mt. Rushmore, South Dakota

586

Compare Maps with

Different Scales........................180

Use a Time Zone Map.................212

Compare Map Projections.........286

Use Population Maps...................408

Pedro's Journal

written by Pam Conrad illustrated by Rick Johnson ...42

Stonewall

written by Jean Fritz...............124

The Signature That Changed America

written by Harold Holzer.....166

The Gettysburg Address..................................175

The Story of Thomas Alva Edison written by

Margaret Cousins....................202

This Man's War written by

Charles F. Minder....................274

Children of the Dust Bowl written by Jerry Stanley.........320

On the Pulse of Morning written by Maya Angelou......356

One Giant Leap written by

Mary Ann Fraser......................366

The Declaration of

Independence.....................R19

The Constitution of the

United States of

America...................................R23

The National Anthem............R44

The Pledge of Allegiance.....R45

Use a Double-Bar Graph.............110

Use Graphs to Identify Trends ...135

Understand a Climograph..........244

Read Parallel Time Lines.............340

Read a Circle Graph.....................423

Read Social Studies.........................22

Read a Political Cartoon...............81

Gather and Report

Information.................................R2

Identify Causes and Effects...........53

Make aThoughtful Decision.......153

Solve a Problem............................235

Predict a Likely Outcome...........302

Classify Information.....................319

Make Business Decisions.............416

Work Together in Groups.............30

Resolve Conflicts..........................221

Act as a Responsible Citizen.....378

Understand Political Symbols ....392

........................... JUnion or Secession?....................154

Read a Map.......................................34 Dropping the Atomic Bomb.......342

Use Latitude and Longitude.........62 Hawk or Dove?.............................384

James Oglethorpe...........................70

Susan Brownell Anthony.............108

Eli Whitney.....................................132

Clara Barton..................................163

Bill Pickett.......................................248

Jose Marti.......................................280

Booker T.Washington..................292

W. E. B. Du Bois............................292

Franklin Delano Roosevelt.........316

Dwight D. Eisenhower.................332

Madeleine K.Albright..................419

Union or Secession?....................154

Dropping the Atomic Bomb.......342

Hawk or Dove?.............................384

Growth and Change....................114

The Fight for Freedom

Goes On....................................192

Young Inventors............................264

American Ideas and

Products.....................................346

Technology and

Communication.......................426

The World: Political.......................A2

The World: Physical........................A4

Western Hemisphere: Political.....A6

Western Hemisphere: Physical.....A7

United States: Overview...............A8

United States: Political................AI0

United States: Physical................AI2

United States:

Population Density.................AI4

586

United States: Land Use and

Resources.................................AI4

United States: Climate ..............AI5

United States:Vegetation............AI5

Regions of the United States.......33

The United States...........................34

South Carolina.................................36

North America................................40

Early Migration Routes..................46

Early Cultures of

North America...........................51

Routes of Vespucci, Balboa, and

Magellan........................................55

Lines of Latitude and Lines of

Longitude......................................62

Voyages of Columbus.....................63

Thirteen British Colonies.............65

Colonial Trade Routes....................71

Major Battles of the

Revolution....................................79

The District of Columbia..............90

The Growth of the

United States...............................98

Transportation in the East,

1850............................................103

Important U.S. Cities, 1810........118

The Nation Divided, 1861..........122

Farming and Industry in the

United States, I860.................134

The Underground Railroad........140

The Missouri Compromise,

1820............................................143

Compromise of 1850..................144

Kansas-Nebraska Act, 1854.......145

Fort Sumter...................................151

The Union and the

Confederacy.............................160

Major Battles of the Civil War.... 177 Map A: Gettysburg,

July 1-3, 1863...........................180

Map B: Gettysburg,

July 2, 1863................................181

Gettysburg, July 3, 1863...............196

The United States, 1870..............200

Industry in the East, 1890...........210

Time Zones of the

United States............................213

Angel Island and Ellis

Island..........................................227

Settlers Move West,

1870-1890................................240

Cattle Trails....................................247

Mining in the West,

1848-1898................................255

Wars for the West.......................259

Indian Lands Lost..........................261

Time Zones in Nevada

and Utah....................................268

The United States, 1890..............272

The Spanish-American War:

Caribbean, 1898.......................281

United States Possessions,

1900............................................282

The Panama Canal........................284

Map A: Empire Building, 1914.....286

Map B: Empire Building, 1914.....287

United States National Parks.....289

World War I: Europe...................296

Pearl Harbor..................................327

World War II.................................334

Europe in 1945..............................338

Map A:The Northern

Hemisphere...............................350

Map B:The Western

Hemisphere...............................350

The United States, I960..............354

Europe and the Cold War..........361

A Divided Korea............................362

Cuban Missile Crisis, 1962.........363

A Divided Vietnam........................380

Eastern Europe and CIS..............390

The Sun Belt of the

United States............................405

Population Map of the

United States............................408

Cartogram: Population of the

Western Hemisphere.............409

NATO Countries, 1999...............420

Population of South America.....430

Unit I Preview.........................40-41

Early Peoples in the

Americas...............................45, 52

Exploration and Settlement...54,61 The Thirteen British

Colonies................................64, 71

Revolution..................................72,80

Chapter I Review....................82-83

A New Government for a

New Nation.........................85,91

The New Nation Grows........92,99

The Industrial

Revolution.......................100, 104

Changes in Politics and

Society..............................105, 109

Chapter 2 Review...............I 12-113

Unit 2 Preview.....................122-123

Facing a National

Problem............................142, 147

A Time for Hard

Decisions..........................148, 152

The Union Breaks Apart.............152

Chapter 3 Review...............156-157

The Long Road to a

Union Victory.................172, 179

Life After the War...............182, 189

Chapter 4 Review...............190-191

Unit 3 Preview.....................200-201

Big Business and

Industrial Cities..............205,211

Growing Pains......................214, 220

New Immigrants..................222,229

The Growth of Cities........230, 234

Chapter 5 Review...............236-237

Farming the Great

Plains.................................239,243

The Cattle Kingdom..........246,251

Mining in the West..............252,256

Conflict in the West...........257,261

Chapter 6 Review...............262-263

Unit 4 Preview.....................272-273

Building an Empire..............277, 285

Progressives and

Reform.............................288,293

586

The Great War....................294,301

World War 1...................................297

Chapter 7 Review...............304-305

The Roaring Twenties.........307, 3 12

The Great Depression and

the New Deal.................313,318

World War II Begins...........324,330

The Allies Win the War.....331,339

Time Line A: The War in

Europe..............................340-341

Time Line B:TheWar in the

Pacific..................................340-341

Chapter 8 Review...............344-345

Unit 5 Preview.....................354-355

The Cold War Begins.........359, 365

Struggle for Equal Rights...372, 377 Vietnam War and Protests

at Home...........................379,383

The Cold War Ends............386,391

Chapter 9 Review...............394-395

Geography Terms.........................A16

Regions of the United States.......33

A Mayan City....................................48

Cause-and-Effect Chart.................53

Spanish Conquistadors..................56

A Southern Plantation....................68

Colonial Imports from Britain,

1700-1770...................................75

Colonial Exports to Britain,

1700-1770...................................75

Chapter I Graphic Organizer.......82

Checks and Balances......................87

The Federal System of

Government...............................89

A Canal Lock..................................102

Urban and Rural Population,

1790-1850................................110

Chapter 2 Graphic Organizer....I 12

Unit I Visual Summary................I 16

Southern Slaveholders, I860......131

Cotton: From Farm to Mill.........133

Cotton Production,

1800-1860................................135

Slavery, 1800-1860.......................135

Africans in the United States,

1800-1860................................141

Chapter 3 Graphic

Organizer..................................156

Resources of the North and

South, I860...............................162

Chapter 4 Graphic Organizer ...190

Unit 2 Visual Summary................194

Steel Production, 1865-1900.....208

Oil Production, 1865-1900..........209

Labor Unions Membership,

1898-1920................................218

Immigration to the United

States, 1871-1910...................225

A Skyscraper..................................233

Chapter 5 Graphic Organizer ...236 Climograph for Omaha,

Nebraska...................................245

Climograph for Philadelphia,

Pennsylvania..............................245

A Gold and Silver Mill...................254

Chapter 6 Graphic Organizer ...262

Unit 3 Visual Summary................266

World War I Trenches.................298

Chapter 7 Graphic Organizer...304 Automobile Sales, 1920-1929 ...308

Business Failures, 1929-1945......317

Unemployment, 1929-1945.......3 17

Table A: Leading New Deal

Programs...................................319

Table B: New Deal Programs.....319

U.S.Airplane Production,

1937-1945................................329

Chapter 8 Graphic Organizer ...344

Unit 4 Visual Summary................348

Chapter 9 Graphic

Organizer..................................394

How a Bill Becomes a Law.........398

Recycling in the

United States, 1980-1995......407

Women in the Labor Force,

1960-1990................................41 I

The Global Economy...................412

United States Aid to Five

Countries, 1995.......................423

Chapter 10 Graphic

Organizer..................................424

Unit 5 Visual Summary................428

586

Atlas

Political..................................................A2

Physical..................................................A4

Political..................................................A6

Physical..................................................A7

Overview..................................................A8

Political................................................AI0

Physical.................................................AI2

Population Density...................................AI4

Land Use and Resources.............................A14

Climate..................................................AI5

Vegetation..............................................AI5

........................AI6

Atlas • A1

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CANADA

Greenland (DENMARK)

..NOR TH AMERICA-

<U-S.)

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(N.Z.)

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FRENCH GUIANA (FRANCE)

CAPE VERDE

SOUTH ERICA

South Georgia -(U.K.)

bahamas

CUBA

Cayman Islands

(u.k.)

GUAT^MALAr'HONDURAS^.-EL SALVADOR^ ^NICARAGUA

0 200 400 Kilometers

Azimuthal Equal-Area Projection

RICA >

Turks and Caicos (u.k.)

\dominican haiti >republ1c

Puerto Rico

(u.s.)

jamaica

PANAMA

Virgin Islands

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singapore

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federated states of micronesia

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2,000 Miles

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RUSSIA

Abbreviations

DEM. REP.

DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC

CONGO

OF THE CONGO

EQU. GUINEA

EQUATORIAL GUINEA

NETH.

NETHERLANDS

N.Z.

NEW ZEALAND

REP. CONGO

REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO

U.A.E.

UNITED ARAB EMIRATES

U.K.

UNITED KINGDOM

U.S.

UNITED STATES

IRELAND

UNITED KINGDOM

lithuania

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(RUSSfAr'

BELARUSV""*\

NETHERLANDS

BELGIUWt

J GERMANY

POLAND

0 200 400 Kilometers

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north

" Great Slave Lake :

f"Samerica

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14,495 ft. (4,418 m)

5

Bermuda

Bahamas

Baffin island

Greenland

Newfoundland

Azores -

Hawaiian Islands

Polynesia

- - Yucatan "MfcpA Peninsula Citlaltep&tU-*

18,701 ft.' ~

(5,700 m)

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New

Siberian Is.

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Novaya Zemlya

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Wran gel Island

Svalbard

British Isles

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Queen Elizabeth Islands

northamerica

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Greenland

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New Siberian

Islands

v. a,„e,u r o p i' m Elbrus^ Mofit«anc(ii-p^>m!>i-4~ 18,510 ft.

15,771 ft. (4,ty7saffi$fr*:',, " M (5,642 sn)

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.tctke'v-* '•■9>ftt. Kilimanjaro Tanganyika \ ,19,340 ft. (5,895 m)

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'"t'esert"

Cape of/

Good Hope CapeAgulhas

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\fflaieiu

ftpnshu

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Philippine Islands

Micronesia

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