Junior Timelines on File by Valerie Tomaselli-Moschovitis
  

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Junior Timelines on File by Valerie Tomaselli-Moschovitis

On File TM is our award-winning collection of visual reference materials. Each On File TM depicts complex subjects in a way that both engages and informs students and researchers. These flexible resources fit into every curriculum.-- Instructors can use the pages for handouts, overheads, posters, and testing.-- Students can use them as quick sources of information, to reference curriculum topics, or to supplement their essays and reports.-- On Files TM are available in either binder or electronic format.-- All of the maps, charts, diagrams, and illustrations are designed in clean black-and-white graphics and are printed on sturdy pages.-- Pages are housed in durable three-ring binders.-- Replacement pages are available if they are lost or stolen.Accessible and Highly Illustrated ChronologiesFrom prehistory to the present, Junior Timelines On File TM provides accessible chronologies that detail change and the steady march of time throughout the world.More than 250 individual and highly illustrated timelines cover: -- The history of the world on a country-by-country basis-- Different periods of time, such as the Reorganization of Empires (300 A.D. to 1500 A.D.) and Nationalism, Imperialism, and Revolution (1700 to 1914)-- Human thought and achievement within various fields.Interdisciplinary CoverageOrganized by region and topic, Junior Timelines On File TM covers a wide spectrum of human enterprise and interaction: -- Exploration and regionalism-- Politics-- Industry and commerce-- Economics-- Colonialism and revolution-- Conflict-- Art and architecture-- Philosophy and religion--Technology-- Agriculture-- Science-- Literature-- Immigration and migration.Partial Table of Contents: Western Hemisphere: Settlement & ColoniesThe First Settlers Arrive in North America: 50,000-100 B.C.The English and Dutch in The Middle Colonies: 1624 to 1703Western Hemisphere: United States & CanadaRevolution and the Birth of a Nation: 1750 to 1815Shaping Modern United States: 1886 to 1929Canada Becomes a Nation: 1791 to 1898Western Hemisphere: Central & South AmericaEmergence of a Nation and Mexico Today: 1930 to 1994Bolivia: 1825 to 1995Uruguay: 1811 to 1994Eastern Hemisphere: Europe & Middle EastBelgium, Luxembourg, NetherlandsFinland, IcelandBulgaria, Hungary, RomaniaEastern Hemisphere: Africa & AsiaGuinea, The Gambia, Guinea-BissauEthiopia, Eritrea, Djibouti, SomaliaUganda, KenyaSouth Africa, Swaziland, LesothoPhilippines: 1100 to 1995Australia, New ZealandWorld History: Prehistory to RenaissanceEarly Human Development: 2,000,000 to 4000 B.C.Regional Spotlights (highlights individual regions and countries)Social and Cultural HighlightsWorld History: The Modern AgeNationalism and Conflict: 1750 to 1914Imperialism and Colonialism: 1700 to 1914Independence and Revolutionaries: 1775 to 1826Regional Spotlights (highlights individual regions and countries)Social and Cultural HighlightsEveryday Life and Human AchievementFood, Drink, and Dining: 4000 B.C. to 1990 A.D.The Home: 4000 B.C. to 1990 A.D.Religion, Rituals and Celebrations: 4000 B.C. to 1996 A.D.Women's Lives: 4000 B.C. to 1996 A.D.Literature: 1000 B.C. to PresentMedicine and Health: 3500 B.C.to Present

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Format

Hardback
328 pages

Author

Valerie Tomaselli-Moschovitis
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Publication date

31st July 1997

ISBN

9780816034444


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