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ERIC Number: ED069838
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1972-Sep
Pages: 90
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The Negro in Modern American History Textbooks. Fourth Edition. An Examination and Analysis of the Treatment of Black History in Selected Junior and Senior High School Level History Textbooks, as of September 1972. Curricular Viewpoints Series.
Sloan, Irwing
This booklet comprises a compendium of reviews of the following American-history texts on the junior-high school, senior-high school, or junior-senior-high school levels: (1) "Perspectives in United States History," Hovenier, et al.; (2) "Quest for Liberty," Chapin, et al.; (3) "Rise of the American Nation," Todd, et al.; (4) "The People Make a Nation," Sandler, et al.; (5) "A People and a Nation," Hofstadter and Ver Steeg; (6) "The Americans: A History of the United States," Fenton; (7) "America: A Modern History of the United States," Freidel and Drewry; (8) "American History for Today," Branson; (9) "Liberty and Union: A History of the United States," Wilson and Spiero; (10) "The American Experience," Madgic, et al.; (11) "Adventures in American History," Glanzrock; (12) "The Impact of Our Past: A History of the United States," Weisberger; (13) "Exploring Our Nation's History," Schwartz and O'Connor; (14) "Building the United States," Reich, et al.; (15) "One Nation Indivisible," Heller and Potter; (16) "The Promise of America," Gordon and Bragdon; (17) "America, Its People and Values," Wood, et al.; (18) "The Shaping of America," Curry, et al.; and, (19) "A New History of the United States: an Inquiry Approach," Bartlett, et al. (JM)
American Federation of Teachers, Order Dept., 1012 Fourteenth St., N.W., Washington, D.C. 20005 ($1.00)
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Authoring Institution: American Federation of Teachers, Washington, DC.