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A quick reference copy of the original document.
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Abundant primary sources for reading and research, listed according to chapters in Norton et al., A People and a Nation. Each source is accompanied by helpful study questions.
Each Legacy Activity for A People and a Nation, one feature for every chapter in the Sixth Edition, has a corresponding web activity. The activities are broken into three sections — Questions to Consider, Investigation, and Further Exploration—that can be used for homework assignments, discussion topics, research, or just for studying.
A quick reference guide to the past presidents and their corresponding administrations.
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Links to quality web sites covering 14 periods in United States history.
100 interactive maps with questions to test your knowledge of history and geography, grouped by major historical periods.
Hundreds of primary source documents with questions to test your analysis of historical evidence, grouped by major historical periods.