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The yankee competition enjoys a name as some of the most renowned, potent, and wonderful texts in American historical past. the colourful anecdotes, first-person quotations, and trademark wit deliver American historical past to lifestyles. The 14th version areas a fair better emphasis at the worldwide context of yank historical past via a brand new function, "Thinking Globally." Revised basic resource good points excite pupil curiosity and aid them learn how to learn records the way in which historians do. extra pedagogical positive aspects make the yank festival available to scholars: half openers and chapter-ending chronologies supply a context for the most important sessions in American heritage, whereas different positive aspects current fundamental assets, scholarly debates, and key old figures for research.
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In 1513 and 1521, Juan Ponce de León explored Florida, which he at ﬁ rst thought was an island. Seeking gold—and probably not the mythical “fountain of youth”—he instead met with death by an Indian arrow. In 1540–1542 Francisco Coronado, in quest of fabled golden cities that turned out to be adobe pueblos, wandered with a clanking cavalcade through Arizona and New Mexico, penetrating as far east as Kansas. En route his expedition discovered two awesome natural wonders: the Grand Canyon of the Colorado River and enormous herds of buffalo (bison).
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