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United States History
Physical geography of North America
Native American peoples
European exploration and colonization
Establishing a new nation
Early years of the new nation
Continued national development
Civil War era
Emergence of the modern United States
Progressive Era and the First World War through the New Deal
Second World War
Post-Second World War period
Human society to approximately 3000 B.C.E.
Development of early civilizations (Circa 3000-1500 B.C.E.)
Ancient empires and civilizations (Circa 1700 B.C.E. -500 C.E.)
Disruption and reversal (Circa 500-1400 C.E.)
Emerging global interactions (Circa 1400-1800 C.E.)
Political and industrial revolutions, Nationalism (1750-1914)
Conflicts, ideologies, and evolutions in the Twentieth century (1900-1991)
Contemporary trends (1991- Present)
Government/ Civics/ Political Science
Basic political concepts and political theory
Constitutional foundation and political system of the United States
Other forms of government
The world in spatial terms
Places and regions
Environment and society
Uses of geography
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