Overview1. Discoveries: Indians, Europeans, and the Americas About 15,000 B.C. to A.D. 1550. 2. England at Home, England Overseas: The Roanoke and Jamestown Colonies 1530-1607. 3. Thirteen Colonies: England's North American Empire 1608-1732. 4. Old World Intentions, New World Facts of Life: Colonial Society in the 1600s. 5. Outsiders: Colonial Indians and Africans. 6. Contest for a Continent: French America and British America 1608-1763. 7. Family Quarrels: Dissension in the Colonies 1763-1770. 8. From Riot to Rebellion: The Road to Independence 1770-1776. 9. The War for Independence: The Rebels Defeated, The Rebels Victorious 1776-1781. 10. Inventing a Country: American Constitutions 1781-1789. 11. We the People: Putting the Constitution to Work 1789-1800. 12. The Age of Thomas Jefferson: Expanding the Nation 1800-1815. 13. Nationalist Stirrings: Culture, Politics, Diplomacy 1815-1824. 14. Machines, Cotton, Land: The American Economy and Society 1790-1824. 15. The People's Hero: Andrew Jackson and a New Era 1824-1830. 16. In the Shadow of Old Hickory: Personalities and Politics 1830-1842. 17. Religion and Reform: Evangelicals and Enthusiasts 1800-1850. 18. The Peculiar Institution: Slavery in the South. 19. From Sea to Shining Sea: Expansion 1820-1848. 20. Apples of Discord: Lands, Slaves, Immigrants 1844-1856. 21. The Collapse of the Union: From Debate to Violence 1854-1861. 22. Tidy Plans, Ugly Realities: The Civil War through 1862. 23. Driving Dixie Down: General Grant's War of Attrition 1863-1865. 24. Aftermath: The Era of Reconstruction 1863-1877.