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The Beginnings of Human History: 200,000-8000 BCE2%
Early Civilizations and the Emergence of Pastoral Peoples: 8000 BCE-2000 BCE2%
Classical Traditions, Belief Systems, and Giant Empires: 2000 BCE 600 CE8%
Post-Classical and Medieval Civilizations and Expanding Zones of Exchange: 600-145018%
Emergence of the First Global Age: 1450-175022%
The Age of Revolutions: 1750-192220%
A Half Century of Crisis and Achievement: 1900-195012%
The World After World War II: 1950-198910%
The New Global Era: 1989 to Present5%
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The Beginnings of Human History: 200,000-8000 BCE
1. (9.4.3.6.1)  Pre-History
Early Civilizations and the Emergence of Pastoral Peoples: 8000 BCE-2000 BCE
1. (9.4.3.7.1&.2)  The Agricultural Revolution
Classical Traditions, Belief Systems, and Giant Empires: 2000 BCE 600 CE
1. (9.4.3.8.1)  Early Civilizations: Asia & Africa
2. (9.4.3.8.2 )  Early Civilizations: Middle East & Mediterranean
3. (9.4.3.8.3 )  Early Belief Systems
Post-Classical and Medieval Civilizations and Expanding Zones of Exchange: 600-1450
1. (9.4.3.9.1)  Origin & Expansion Of Islam
2. (9.4.3.9.2)  African Kingdoms
3. (9.4.3.9.3 )  China & Japan
4. (9.4.3.9.4)  Indian Ocean Trade
5. (9.4.3.9.5 )  Europe In The Middle Ages
6. (9.4.3.9.6)  Aztecs & Incas
7. (9.4.3.9.7)  Keeping Knowledge Alive
Emergence of the First Global Age: 1450-1750
1. (9.4.3.10.1)  Reformation/Counter-Reformation
2. (9.4.3.10.2)  Age Of Exploration
3. (9.4.3.10.3)  Europe In Africa
4. (9.4.3.10.4 )  Europe In The Americas
5. (9.4.3.10.5)  The Columbian Exchange
6. (9.4.3.10.6)  Forced Labor Systems
7. (9.4.3.10.7 )  The Ottoman Empire
8. (9.4.3.10.8)  China & Japan React
9. (9.4.3.10.9)  Scientific Revolution & Enlightenment
The Age of Revolutions: 1750-1922
1. (9.4.3.11.1)  The Industrial Revolution
2. (9.4.3.11.2)  The French Revolution
3. (9.4.3.11.3)  Latin American Revolutions
4. (9.4.3.11.4)  Changing Labor Systems
5. (9.4.3.11.5)  Worldwide Abolition
6. (9.4.3.11.6)  The Nation-State Is Born
7. (9.4.3.11.7)  European Imperialism
8. (9.4.3.11.8)  China & Japan React To The West
A Half Century of Crisis and Achievement: 1900-1950
1. (9.4.3.12.1)  World War I
2. (9.4.3.12.2)  Russia & China Revolt
3. (9.4.3.12.3)  World War II
4. (9.4.3.12.4)  The Holocaust
5. (9.4.3.12.5)  Scientific Changes
The World After World War II: 1950-1989
1. (9.4.3.13.1)  China Since The Revolution
2. (9.4.3.13.2)  Post-Colonial Governments
3. (9.4.3.13.3)  The Cold War
4. (9.4.3.13.4)  Apartheid & Human Rights
The New Global Era: 1989 to Present
1. (9.4.3.14.1)  The Middle East Conflict
2. (9.4.3.14.2)  Globalization (1989-Present)