Making A Nation

 The companion website to the textbook, this online study guide provides chapter overviews, summaries, supplemental documents, web connections, maps, teacher resources, and many other features which can be used with Making A Nation or, in many cases, as additional resources
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 The companion website to the textbook, this online study guide provides chapter overviews, summaries, supplemental documents, web connections, maps, teacher resources, and many other features which can be used with Making A Nation or, in many cases, as additional resources for any United States history survery.

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