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- Informed by the most current and superior scholarship available, including thorough coverage of American Indians, Colonial European Empires, the importance of the US West, environmental impact, immigration & migration, and Hispanic & Mexican Americans
- Offers a unique (and fully integrated) global perspective on US History by seamlessly contextualizing American events within the wider world. Maintains the theme of People, Goods, and Ideas.
- An extensive, inclusive, balanced account of U. S. history from Pre-Columbian times to the present
- A two-volume Companion Source Reader—edited by the authors—provides primary sources related to the themes and events discussed in the textbook.
- Beautiful, clean, full-color interior design (including hundreds of photos and images and more than a hundred maps) A complete ancillary package for students and instructors accompanies the text