Correlations

America: Past and Present, 8th Edition, AP® Edition ©2007

Robert A. Divine, T. H. Breen, George M. Fredrickson, R. Hal Williams

Correlated to AP® United States History Themes

The AP® U.S. History Themes that appear in the College Board's AP® United States History Course Description booklet (Acorn Book) are correlated here with those portions of America: Past and Present that are especially relevant to each theme. The purpose of the themes is to tie together the events of U.S. history and encourage students to think conceptually about patterns of change over the span of history. This conceptual understanding of U.S. history could be important to success on the AP® U.S. history exam.

American Diversity pp. 3–11, 50–61, 73–79, 95–104, 162–168, 223–228, 252–260, 278–284, 303–322, 328, 344–353, 361–364, 381–385, 398–411, 421–426, 437–444, 481–496, 527–536, 539–570, 579–589, 633–648, 654–664, 678–680, 706–711, 723–737, 743–747, 750–754, 765–770, 851–856, 866–870, 876–886, 905–911, 938–944, 959–962
American Identity pp. 3–11, 33–79, 95–116, 122–157, 161–219, 223–235, 251–261, 268–274, 278–284, 304–305, 328, 331–340, 361–362, 371, 381–391, 398–401, 411–416, 420–447, 451–453, 460–477, 481–496, 506–512, 536, 539–551, 565, 574–575, 587–588, 597, 601–624, 628, 633–642, 650–665, 673–681, 691–697, 701–717, 720, 723–737, 749–750, 775–780, 793–805, 809–817, 839–847, 866–871, 881–887, 895–896, 903–912, 925, 933–934, 938–943, 959–962
Culture pp. 6–10, 65–71, 77–79, 100–101, 105–110, 138–139, 145, 161–168, 195–196, 201, 204–210, 217, 260–261, 277–282, 288, 299, 305–313, 310–311, 348–354, 361–362, 402–403, 469, 500, 511–513, 540–541, 550–560, 587–590, 592–593, 627–628,645–650, 697, 706–708, 723–737, 743–747, 757–760, 796–798, 839–848, 881–887, 905–911, 925, 932, 953, 957, 959–960
Demographic Changes pp. 5–16, 34–47, 54–60, 63–79, 96–105, 128–129, 163–168, 224–227, 252–267, 304–328, 337–341, 376–385, 398–400, 430–431, 444–447, 460–466, 481–496, 524–533, 539–548, 553–565, 587–588, 633–642, 645–647, 668–669, 723–726, 749–753, 839–846, 876–877, 905–909, 938–943, 959–962
Economic Transformations pp. 9–16, 33–39, 73–81, 108–110, 128–145, 164–166, 198–211, 225–233, 239–242, 252–267, 277–287, 293–299, 304–306, 315–328, 376–386, 411–413, 426–428, 444–447, 460–467, 496–536, 577–597, 621–648, 654–657, 665–686, 710–711, 719–723, 749–775, 793–799, 805, 839–850, 867, 901–907, 914–917, 934–942, 950–962
Environment pp. 5–16, 69–72, 105–109, 204–205, 224–227, 252–267, 324–328, 361–369, 376–385, 460–462, 482, 490–506, 511–519, 524–525, 539–547, 645–646, 667–670, 719–721, 758–759, 839–846, 897, 901–905, 916, 938–940, 957, 961–962
Globalization pp. 9–28, 73–81, 105–110, 116–123, 203–209, 232–234, 239–244, 261–267, 324–327, 361–375, 502–504, 511–529, 601–624, 639–640, 689–717, 719–723, 779–836, 840, 846–847, 897–905, 911–914, 917–925, 933–938, 947–949, 952–963
Politics and Citizenship pp. 113–116, 127–157, 161–193, 195–220, 223–240, 251–260, 268–274, 277–300, 304, 313–322, 344–359, 378–386, 389–426, 436–478, 543–548, 565–570, 574–583, 634–642, 658–662, 706–709, 724–726, 736, 799–801, 825–828, 848–856, 866–874, 881–887, 906–909, 938–944, 950–957
Reform pp. 42–50, 110–113, 161–168, 190–193, 229–230, 283–287, 321–323, 331–359, 399–407, 437–439, 451–478, 524–536, 553–570, 579–587, 627–686, 734–735, 755–776, 848–857, 866–877, 881–887, 897, 904–911, 934–935, 939–946, 952, 959–963
Religion pp. 7–12, 17–25, 41–60, 78, 81–92, 98–101, 110–113, 117–118, 138–139, 164, 305, 309–313, 331–336, 348–354, 364, 382, 398–401, 543, 546, 548, 552, 562, 604, 637, 737, 743–747, 918–919, 927–930, 952–953, 959
Slavery and Its Legacies in North America pp. 11–13, 18–21, 39–42, 55–60, 71–79, 98, 108–109, 164–166, 181, 190–193, 239–240, 254–257, 303–328, 344–353, 390–393, 402–417, 420–425, 436–439, 451–478, 529–530, 557–560, 567–570, 612–614, 635–639, 710–712, 722–731, 735–736, 766–771, 796–799, 851–856, 868–875, 884–885, 897, 941–942
War and Diplomacy pp. 26, 48–49, 81–84, 116–123, 127–157, 203–208, 232–235, 240–248, 364–365, 371–376, 419–447, 452–453, 483–492, 601–602, 609–624, 689–717, 779–836, 861–866, 875–883, 887, 897–902, 911–925, 933–938, 947–953, 956–959, 962–963

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