Correlating American Nation  with Year 4

  Unit   Subject   Page   Subject   Page
UNIT 2~Week A King cotton 383-387 Compromise of 1850 428-429
  Underground Railroad 405-407 Stephen Douglas 439,435-436
  Kansas-Nebraska Act 431-432 Fugitive Slave Law 428, 429
  Uncle Tom's Cabin 430 Dred Scott Decision 433-434, 483
  Franklin Pierce elected 432 Harper's Ferry 438
  Abe Lincoln elected 422, 439, 472 S. Carolina succeeds 440-442
  Texas succeeds 442    

Week B

Harriet Tubman 405 Frederic Douglas 404, 462
  Sojourner Truth 408, 467 Ida B. Wells 608
  The Civil War 448-473 Battle of Bull Run 454, 467

Week C

Battle of Antietam 456-457 Battle of Shiloh 458, 467
  Clara Barton 465 Battle of Vicksburg 468
  Battle of Gettysburg 468-469 Gettysburg Address 473-471

Week D

Draft 464 Ulysses S. Grant 458, 468, 471-473
  Gen. George McClellan 454-455 Gen. Robert E. Lee 452, 456-458
  Jefferson Davis 442, 452, 464 Abe Lincoln's assassination 480-481
UNIT~3 Week A Andrew Johnson 481 Reconstruction under Lincoln 479
  Alexander Stephens 481 African Americas fighting 461-462, 464
  African Americans voting rights 482 African Americans education 480
  African Americans in politics 487 Freedmen's Bureau 479-480
  Fourteenth Amendment 483    

Week B

Jefferson Davis cotton 466-467 Economy of the South 385
  Klux Klux Klan 478-488    

Week C

Exodusters 522 Battle of Little Big Horn 519
  Helen Hunt Jackson 520-521    

 

Correlating American Nation  with Year 4 (page 2)

UNIT 4~Week B Elias Howe 374 Alexander Bell 542-543
  Thomas Edison 543, 684 Elijah McCoy 545
  Andrew Carnegie 536-537, 609 John D. Rockefeller 536, 538
  Mary Harris Jones 551 Samuel Gompers 550
  Purchase of Alaska 617-618 Purchase of Hawaii 622
  Spanish-American War 624-629 Cuba in the Span-Amer War 624-630

Week C

Jane Addams 568-569 Ellis Island 560
  Statue of Liberty 559 Irish Immigrants 381, 561
  Japan Emigrants 560, 611, 695 Italian Emigrants 562
  China Exclusion Act 563 Theodore Roosevelt 598-601, 611, 631-632, 634
  Panama Canal 631-632, 634 Orville and Wilbur Wright 547
  Henry Ford 546-547, 682-683    
UNIT 5~Week A African Americans in WWI 651, 657-658 Allied & Central Powers 644, 656-661
  Cost of WWI 660-661 End of WWI 660-661
  Neutrality in WWI 644, 646-649 Women in WWI 651
  Events leading to WWI 642-644 Homefront 652-655
  Plan for Peace 662-665 Entering WWI 648-655, 656

Week B

Emancipation Proclamation 459-461 War of 1812 283-289
  Revolutionary War 158 Lusitania 647
  George Washington elected 892 Woodrow Wilson elected 601
  Trail of Tears 337 Uncle Tom's Cabin 430
  Boston Tea Party 151 Secession of South Carolina 440-442
  Battle of Argonne Forrest 660 Treaty of Versailles 663-665, 730-731
  Battle of Verdun 644 Russian Revolution 649-650
  Zimmerman Note 649 Selective Service Act 650

Week C

Great Migration 95 Tuskegee Institute 608
  Booker T. Washington 608-609 NAACP 609
  W.E.B. Du Bois 609 Roaring Twenties 672-697
  Harlem Renaissance 690-691 Langston Hughes 690
  F. Scott Fitzgerald 689 Charles Lindberg 692
  Women's Suffrage 680-681 Susan B. Anthony 410, 603
  Carrie Catt 604 League of Women Voters 681
  Mary McLeod Bethune 722    

Correlating American Nation  with Year 4 (page 3)

UNIT 6~Week A Black Tuesday 703 The Dust Bowl 720
  Great Depression 703, 705, 720-722 Bonus Army 707
  The New Deal 709, 715-718    

Week B

Franklin D. Roosevelt 708-716 Works Progress Administration 711-712
  Marian Anderson 722 Eleanor Roosevelt 708, 722
  Will Rogers 537    
UNIT 7 Map of US 900-901 Map of World 898-899
WW II Chapter 27: World War II 725-755    
UNIT 8~Week A United Nations 769, 837, 776, 770-771, 841, 837, 835 Korean War 770-771
  Cold War 773-779 Marshall Plan 766
  Plessy v. Ferguson 495 Brown v. Board of Education 804

Week B

Rosa Parks 805 Philip A. Randolph 743
  John F. Kennedy 808-809 Fidel Castro 773, 775, 819
  Cuban Missile Crisis 775 Peace Corps 778, 808
  Martin Luther King Jr. 805-807, 814-817    

Week C

Medicare 809 Amendment 23 890
  Amendment 24 890 Johnson's Great Society 809-810, 826
  Civil Rights Act of 1964 815, 818 Economic Opportunity Act 809-810
  Voting Rights Act of 1865 815 Voting Rights Act of 1975 820
  Richard Nixon 808-813    
UNIT~9 Week A Watergate and Nixon 808-813 Gerald Ford 546-547, 682-683
  Ronald Reagan 827-828, Jimmy Carter 229, 813

Week B

Persian Gulf War 840-841, 848