American History in 50 Events

American History in 50 Events

By Henry Freeman

  • Release Date : 2015-12-30
  • Genre : History
  • FIle Size : 0.21 MB
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American History in 50 Events American History in 50 Events
Have you ever wondered why America is the way it is? 
Do you want to understand the events that have shaped American culture? 
Are you interested in seeing the long-term historical connections that explain how America moved from a group of colonies to the most powerful nation in history?

If so, this book is for you. In simple, straightforward language, this book will take you on a brief journey through the highlights of American history. Filled with interesting facts and historical context, this book is a must-read for those who are passionate about history or are simply interested in better understanding the history of the United States. 

Inside you will read about...
- Columbus’ famous first journey
- Founding of Plymouth Colony
- Boston Tea Party
- Battles of Lexington and Concord
- War of 1812
- Spanish American War
- The Roaring Twenties
- The Moon landing
- 9/11 Terrorist Attacks
- And much more!

Broken down into a series of fifty easy-to-read selections, this book will take you from Pre-Columbian settlement up to current events of today.


  • Concise - a primer

    By JonRob1001
    This book is hard to review in a sense, because it unashamedly lacks detail and falls back on simplistic and reductionist analyses. It could thus be heavily criticised. But the thing is, it has no pretension to be a thorough and detailed account. It's intended to be a summary; a quick overview. Presenting the entire history of any nation, even one so young as America, in a mere 50 events is an almost ludicrous undertaking, but this feels like a strong attempt. Inevitably, things have fallen by the wayside - there is no mention at all of Silicon Valley, nor of Hollywood; some Presidents have had to go unmentioned too. However, it's a short and snappy read, densely laden with facts which sink in quickly, and I have no hesitation in recommending it as a short read on US history.