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Cracking the AP U. S. History Exam, 2014 Edition CTP by Princeton Review

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About Us History Books

Books on US history are available in every shape and size and for all ages. US history includes dates and events from around 1585 through the present-day. The United States' first settlement was in Jamestown, Virginia, but the roots of American history go back much further. Since Jamestown, America has been through the Revolutionary War, Civil War, two World Wars, slavery and Reconstruction, the Industrial Revolution, the Great Depression and much, much more. The plight of women, Native Americans, African Americans, Japanese Americans and Hispanic Americans in this country have entire US history books dedicated solely to their subject matter. You can find traditional history books, or you can seek out more current perspectives such as those from famed historian Howard Zinn. For example, his People's History of the United States has become a modern classic. Typically, US history books are updated every few years to include more recent events and to correct historically inaccurate information. History books throughout the 20th century were often criticized for their lack of diverse studies, inaccurate portrayals of events and glaring omissions of historical fact. However, this can make older history texts quite valuable, since these books are truly products of their time.US history books also include lighter subjects like the history of fashion and cars in America, the advancements made in computers and machinery, and more. History books commonly make bestseller lists and sell well in non-academic communities as well. Some hardcover editions of special events like the attack on Pearl Harbor can even considered collectors' items.