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Before European Contact4%
Colonization and Settlement: 1585-176314%
Revolution and a New Nation: 1754-18008%
Expansion and Reform: 1792-186110%
Civil War and Reconstruction: 1850-187714%
Development of an Industrial United States: 1870-192016%
Great Depression and World War II: 1920-194512%
Post-World War II United States: 1945-198912%
The United States in a New Global Age: 1980-present10%
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Test Standards

Before European Contact
1. (9.4.4.15.1)  Pre-Columbian Societies
2. (9.4.4.15.2)  Indigenous Changes
Colonization and Settlement: 1585-1763
1. (9.4.4.16.1)  The Columbian Exchange
2. (9.4.4.16.2)  Motivations For Exploration
3. (9.4.4.16.3)  European Immigration
4. (9.4.4.16.4)  Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade
5. (9.4.4.16.5)  Impact Of Colonization
6. (9.4.4.16.6)  Colonial Regions
7. (9.4.4.16.7)  Colonial Changes
Revolution and a New Nation: 1754-1800
1. (9.4.4.17.1)  American Revolution: Causes
2. (9.4.4.17.2)  The Declaration & Its Impact
3. (9.4.4.17.3)  American Revolution: Events
4. (9.4.4.17.4)  Creating A National Government
Expansion and Reform: 1792-1861
1. (9.4.4.18.1)  Technology & Change
2. (9.4.4.18.2)  Territorial Expansion
3. (9.4.4.18.3)  A Changing Political System
4. (9.4.4.18.4)  Reform Movements
5. (9.4.4.18.6)  Slavery
Civil War and Reconstruction: 1850-1877
1. (9.4.4.19.1)  North And South
2. (9.4.4.19.2)  Prelude To Civil War
3. (9.4.4.19.3)  The Civil War
4. (9.4.4.19.4)  Emancipation
5. (9.4.4.19.5)  The Impact Of The Civil War
6. (9.4.4.19.6)  Reconstruction
7. (9.4.4.19.7)  Effects Of Reconstruction
Development of an Industrial United States: 1870-1920
1. (9.4.4.20.1)  The Industrial Age
2. (9.4.4.20.2)  New Settlement Patterns
3. (9.4.4.20.3)  Agricultural Changes
4. (9.4.4.20.4)  Native American Policies
5. (9.4.4.20.5)  The Jim Crow South
6. (9.4.4.20.6&.7)  Progressive Era
7. (9.4.4.20.8)  U.S. Imperialism
8. (9.4.4.20.9)  World War I
Great Depression and World War II: 1920-1945
1. (9.4.4.21.1)  Post-War Culture
2. (9.4.4.21.2)  The Great Depression
3. (9.4.4.21.3)  The New Deal
4. (9.4.4.21.4)  The U.S. Heads To War
5. (9.4.4.21.5)  World War II: The Battle Front
6. (9.4.4.21.6)  World War II: The Home Front
Post-World War II United States: 1945-1989
1. (9.4.4.22.1)  Post-World War II Culture
2. (9.4.4.22.2)  The Cold War Begins
3. (9.4.4.22.3&.4)  The Vietnam War
4. (9.4.4.22.5)  Civil Rights Movements
5. (9.4.4.22.8)  Modern Native American Policies
6. (9.4.4.22.9)  The Cold War Ends
The United States in a New Global Age: 1980-present
1. (9.4.4.23.1)  The Role Of Government
2. (9.4.4.23.2)  Post-Cold War Affairs
3. (9.4.4.23.3)  Modern Immigration
4. (9.4.4.23.4)  Modern Technologies
5. (9.4.4.23.5)  A Global Economy