Imperialism: A History in Documents

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We talk about living in a global era, but the groundwork for it was laid more than a century ago. By the late 19th century, Europe, Japan, and the United States had taken control of most of the world. Travel and trade between home countries and colonies sent goods and technology to even the most remote corners of the globe. You’ll find that this book vividly captures teh booming expansion of a flawed political system through a unique collection of primary source documents.

Pages: 175

Pages: 175

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Textbooks interpret history, but this book, which has been compiled and edited by a prominent historian, is a collection of primary resources. Students will examine the era of colonial imperialism and the expansion of approaches to politics, medicine, and social customs.

  • Lucerna Academy families: Use for 1 week in Year 3 Rhetoric History, 1 week in Year 3 Honors Rhetoric History, and 3 weeks in Year 4 Honors Rhetoric History.
  • Tapestry of Grace families: You’ll use this book beginning in Year 3 Unit 3 and concluding with Year 4 Unit 2.
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