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U.S. and The World (1865-1917)

U.S. and The World (1865-1917)

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Item Number:
SM V7015
30 min.
Closed Caption:
Schlessinger Media
Grade Level:
5 - 12
This gripping program highlights the events after the Civil War that repositioned the United States from an isolated country to a world power. The nation claimed more land in the western territories and expanded its influence in the Caribbean and the Pacific, including the purchase of Alaska and Hawaii. The Spanish-American War became the first test of America's expansionist foreign policy. Following the war, the U.S. took over Spain's possessions in the Caribbean and the Pacific, such as Puerto Rico and the Philippines. Later, the U.S. gained a foothold in establishing trade relationships with Asia and built the strategic Panama Canal. By 1914, the United States had joined the ranks of the world's great powers. Part of the multivolume United States History Origins to 2000 DVD Series. A Teacher's Guide is included and available online.

Only available in the US.

Series Name:
    United States History Origins to 2000

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