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Other Oxford Titles of Interest for the U.S. History Classroom

Oxford University Press publishes a vast array of highly respected titles in American history. Listed below is just a small selection of books that pair particularly well with Of the People: A History of the United States. Any of these books can be packaged with Of the People at a significant discount to students. Visit www.oup.com/us for a full listing of Oxford titles, and please contact your Oxford University Press Sales Representative for specific pricing information, or for additional bundling suggestions.

If you teach one half of the American History survey course, we have sorted the above books
by time period, below. Click on a volume in order to see a listing of those books which would be appropriate for the first half of the course, as well as for the second half.  If you teach using original sources, or are interested in providing more help for students writing history papers, we've provided some options for you here, as well. 

Volume 1:  1450-1877
Volume 2:  1865-Present
Original Sources
Writing and Researching History Papers

Intensely personal and highly relevant, these succinct texts are innovative teaching tools that provide a springboard for incisive class discussion as they immerse students in a particular historical moment.

Textbooks may interpret history, but these books are history. Each title, compiled and edited
by a prominent historian, is a collection of primary sources relating to a particular topic of historical significance.

For anyone interested in discovering which important junctures in U.S. history shaped our thoughts, actions, and ideals, these books are the definitive resources.

This series targets topics where debates have flourished and brings together the voices of established and emerging writers to share their own points of view in compact and compelling format.

For more than 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available a broad spectrum of literature from around the globe. With well over 600 titles available and a continuously growing list, this is the finest and most comprehensive classics series in print. Any volume in the series can be packaged for free with Of the People. Relevant titles include Benjamin Franklin's Autobiography and Other Writings, J. Hector St. John de Crèvecoeur's Letters from an American Farmer, Booker T. Washington's Up from Slavery, and many others. For a complete listing of Oxford World's Classics, please visit www.oup.com/us/owc.

Volume 1:  1450-1877

Volume 2:  1865-Present

Original Sources

Writing and Researching History Papers