AP US History美国历史课程辅导

AP US History美国历史课本

US United States
John Newman &
John Schmalbach,
2nd Edition, 2010
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Topic Subtopics Hours* Homework
I. Period 1: 1491 – 1607 The First Americans 0.9
Interactions of Europeans, Native Americans and Africans 1
The Protestant Reformation, Early Dutch and British Colonization and The Price Revolution 0.8
A Comparison of Colonization and Settlement Patterns 1
England’s Tobacco Colonies, Jamestown, Bacon’s Rebellion 0.9
II. Period 2: 1607 – 1754 Puritan New England, The Pequots And Metacom’s Rebellion 0.1
The British Empire in North America, Part I 0.1
The British Empire in North America, Part II 0.1
Freehold New England and Diverse Middle Colonies 0.5
The Enlightenment and the Great Awakening in America 0.7
The Great Awakening Spreads to the South and the French and Indian War 0.6
III. Period 3: 1754-1800 British Reorganization After the French and Indian War and Colonial Protest 0.6
The Road to Revolution 0.6
Independence Declared and the Revolutionary War 0.5
Creating Republican Institutions 0.6
The Constitutional Convention and Debate Over Ratification 0.6
The Early Nation and the Washington Administration 0.6
IV. Period 4: 1800-1848 Adams and The Jeffersonian Era 0.7
Period IV: James Madison and the War of 1812 0.6
Period IV: The Growing Economy, The American System and The ‘Era of Good Feelings’ 0.5
John Marshall, the Federalist Legacy and James Monroe’s Foreign Policy 0.5
John Quincy Adams, Growing Sectional Tension, and the Capitalist Commonwealth 0.6
Republicanism, The Second Great Awakening and Antebellum Reform Movements 0.5
Utopian Communal Societies, the Temperance Movement, and Nativism 0.6
Jacksonian Democracy 0.5
Jackson, The Removal of Native Americans and The Bank Veto 0.5
Democrats, Whigs, and the Second Party System 0.5
Transcendentalists and the American Renaissance 0.5
Abolitionism 0.6
Women’s Rights Movement and Antebellum Reform 0.6
V. Period 5: 1844-1877 Manifest Destiny, Westward Expansion, And Increased Sectionalism 0.5
The Expansion of Slavery and Resistance to its Expansion 0.1
The Civil War, Part 1 0.5
The Civil War, Part 2 0.5
VI. Period 6: 1865-1898 Reconstruction, Part 1 0.6
Reconstruction, Part 2 0.5
The American West 0.6
The Rise of the Industrial U.S. 0.5
Working People and the Labor Movement in the Gilded Age 0.4
Immigration, Urban, Culture and Politics 0.5
The New South and The Farmers Mobilize 0.5
Politics of the Gilded Age 0.5
VII. Period 7: 1890 – 1945 Progressive Era, Part 1 0.5
Progressive Era, Part 2 0.4
The U.S. Becomes a World Power 0.6
U.S. Foreign Policy Under Theodore Roosevelt, William H. Taft, and Woodrow Wilson 0.5
The Great War 0.5
The End of the Great War, Its Effect, and The Interwar Period 0.4
The Interwar Period 0.5
The Foreign Policy During the Interwar Years, The Great Depression and The First New Deal 0.3
The Second New Deal 0.5
World War II 0.5
The End of World War II and Cold War America 0.5
VIII. Period 8: 1945-1980 The Red Scare and The Eisenhower Years 0.5
Postwar Prosperity and The ‘Other’ America 0.5
1960s, The Kennedy Years and The Liberal Consensus 0.5
Lyndon B. Johnson, Civil Rights, and The Vietnam War 0.5
The Rise and Fall of Richard Nixon and The End of the Vietnam War 0.3
1970s, Ford and Carter 0.4
The Conservative Resurgence and The 1980s 0.4
IX. Period 9: 1980-present The End of the Cold War and a Global Society 0.1
Total 31.5