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bookcover The American Experiment
First Edition

Steven M. Gillon, University of Oklahoma
Cathy D. Matson, University of Delaware

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Articles of Confederation
A quick reference copy of the original document.
Study Guide
This Study Guide by D. Antonio Cantu of Ball State University will help you master the material in The American Experiment. The Study Guide supplements the textbook but does not replace it. If you use it conscientiously, it will help you understand and master key facts, concepts, and issues discussed in the textbook, all of which are essential elements in doing well in your history course.
ACE Practice Tests
Enter Here to take self-tests on chapters of your choice.
Web Links
Links to quality web sites covering 14 periods in United States history.
Primary Sources with Instructor's Notes
Abundant primary sources for reading and research, listed according to chapters in Gillon/Matson, The American Experiment. Each source is accompanied by helpful study questions.
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Interactive Maps
100 interactive maps with questions to test your knowledge of history and geography, grouped by major historical periods.
Primary Sources
Hundreds of primary source documents with questions to test your analysis of historical evidence, grouped by major historical periods.
 


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