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Brianne McClellan HIST 385 01 Annotations 9/21/2010 Appleby, Joyce et al. “The American Vision”. New York: Glencoe McGraw-Hill. 2003. 238-263. The scope of chapter seven is the growth and political separation of the United States between 1816 and 1832. The title of this chapter is “Growth and Division”. This chapter contains four main sections with multiple subsections within those. These sections are entitled “American Nationalism”, “Early Industry”, “The Land of Cotton”, and “Growing Sectionalism”. The chapter gives a few brief excerpts about people who are not white males, but the majority of the chapter is about rich, white men. Two of the non-white males depicted are Osceola, a Seminole leader, and Solomon Northup, a slave. There is a map and key of transportation routes in the United States from 1820- 1840. It helps to show students the changes made by the transportation revolution. There is a section on page 249 called “Linking Past & Present.” This section shows students the advances that have been made in our nation and helps them relate their
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This note was uploaded on 10/11/2010 for the course HIST 385 taught by Professor Glade during the Fall '10 term at St. Cloud.

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