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1. 19th century turning points in U.S. history.   Publication: Ambrose Video Publishing. 2002 . 1 videodisc of 1 (DVD) (ca. 50 min.) : , America entered the 19th century as an agricultural nation of 16 states and 5.3 million people. By the end of the century, the nation was an industrial power of 45 states and 76 million people. This series of eight programs is chaptered into 55 stand-alone segments that highlight significant historical events, scientific milestones and cultural achievements. Historical content is delivered 'on demand' with unprecedented ease, allowing teachers and students instantaneous access to specific information. | Volume 1: 1800-1813 1800 – WASHINGTON DC BECOMES THE NATION’S CAPITAL 1803 – THE LOUISIANA PURCHASE 1804 – LEWIS AND CLARK EXPEDITION 1807 – ROBERT FULTON AWAKENS THE WORLD TO THE STEAMBOAT 1811 – BATTLE OF TIPPICANOE 1811 – NEW MADRID EARTHQUAKE | Volume 2: 1814-1826 1814 – WASHINGTON DC IS CAPTURED AND BURNED BY THE BRITISH 1814 – STAR SPANGLED BANNER IS WRITTEN 1815 – BATTLE OF NEW ORLEANS 1819 – WASHINGTON IRVING PUBLISHES “RIP VAN WINKLE” 1821 – INAUGURATION OF THE SANTA FE TRAIL 1825 – ERIE CANAL IS COMPLETED 1826 – JAMES FENIMORE COOPER PUBLISHES “LAST OF THE MOHICANS” 4 3/4 in. Date: 2002 Availability: No items available:

2. 19th century turning points in U.S. history.   Publication: Ambrose Video Publishing. 2002 . 1 videodisc of 1 (DVD) (ca. 50 min.) : , America entered the 19th century as an agricultural nation of 16 states and 5.3 million people. By the end of the century, the nation was an industrial power of 45 states and 76 million people. This series of eight programs is chaptered into 55 stand-alone segments that highlight significant historical events, scientific milestones and cultural achievements. | Volume 3: 1827-1846 1831 – CYRUS McCORMICK DEMONSTRATES HIS MECHANICAL REAPER 1831 – NAT TURNER BEGINS HIS REBELLION 1832 – BLACK HAWK WAR ENDS WITH MASSACRE AT BAD AXE RIVER 1836 – ALAMO FALLS 1845 – EDGAR ALLEN POE PUBLISHES “THE RAVEN” 1846 – THE DONNER PARTY STARTS WEST 1846 – UNITED STATES DECLARES WAR ON MEXICO | Volume 4: 1846-1860 1846 – DR.MORTON DEMONSTRATES PAINLESS SURGERY USING ETHER 1848 – GOLD IS DISCOVERED AT SUTTER’S MILL 1849 – TREATY BETWEEN U.S. AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS 1852 – HARRIET BEECHER STOWE PUBLISHES “UNCLE TOM’S CABIN” 1854 – COMMODORE PERRY LANDS IN JAPAN 1858 – LINCOLN DOUGLAS DEBATES BEGIN 1860 – PONY EXPRESS MAIL SERVICE BEGINS 4 3/4 in. Date: 2002 Availability: No items available:

3. 19th century turning points in U.S. history.   Publication: Ambrose Video Publishing. 2002 . 1 videodisc of 1 (DVD) (ca. 50 min.) : , America entered the 19th century as an agricultural nation of 16 states and 5.3 million people. By the end of the century, the nation was an industrial power of 45 states and 76 million people. This series of eight programs is chaptered into 55 stand-alone segments that highlight significant historical events, scientific milestones and cultural achievements. | Volume 5: 1861-1865 1861 – ELEVEN STATES COMPRISE THE CONFEDERACY 1862 – CONGRESS SETS FORTH THE HOMESTEAD ACT 1863 – LINCOLN SIGNS EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION 1863 – LINCOLN DELIVERS HIS GETTYSBURG ADDRESS 1865 – LEE SURRENDERS AT APPOMATTOX 1865 – ABRAHAM LINCOLN IS ASSASSINATED 1865 – FORMATION OF THE KU KLUX KLAN Volume 6: 1866-1870 1867 – CARPETBAGGERS DESCEND ON THE SOUTH 1867 – U.S. ACQUIRES ALASKA… SEWARD’S FOLLY 1868 – PRESIDENT JOHNSON IS IMPEACHED 1869 – COMPLETION OF THE TRANS CONTINENTAL RAILROAD 1870 – ROCKEFELLER INCORPORATES STANDARD OIL CO. OF OHIO | Volume 6: 1866-1870 1867 – CARPETBAGGERS DESCEND ON THE SOUTH 1867 – U.S. ACQUIRES ALASKA… SEWARD’S FOLLY 1868 – PRESIDENT JOHNSON IS IMPEACHED 1869 – COMPLETION OF THE TRANS CONTINENTAL RAILROAD 1870 – ROCKEFELLER INCORPORATES STANDARD OIL CO. OF OHIO 4 3/4 in. Date: 2002 Availability: No items available:

4. 19th century turning points in U.S. history.   Publication: Ambrose Video Publishing. 2002 . 1 videodisc of 1 (DVD) (ca. 50 min.) : , America entered the 19th century as an agricultural nation of 16 states and 5.3 million people. By the end of the century, the nation was an industrial power of 45 states and 76 million people. This series of eight programs is chaptered into 55 stand-alone segments that highlight significant historical events, scientific milestones and cultural achievements. | Volume 7: 1871-1881 1871 – CHICAGO FIRE 1872 – SUSAN B. ANTHONY IS ARRESTED FOR VOTING 1875 – ROBERT SMALLS, FORMER SLAVE, ELECTED TO THE HOUSE 1876 – ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL DEMONSTRATES THE TELEPHONE 1876 – BATTLE OF LITTLE BIG HORN 1879 – THOMAS EDISON DEMONSTRATES THE INCANDESCENT LAMP 1880 – GEORGE EASTMAN PATENTS KODAK ROLL FILM 1881 – BOOKER T. WASHINGTON OPENS TUSKEGEE INSTITUTE 4 3/4 in. Date: 2002 Availability: No items available:

5. 18th century turning points in U.S. history.   Publication: Ambrose Video Publishing. 2003 . 1 videodisc of 1 (DVD) (ca. 50 min.) : , As the 18th century dawned on the North American continent, four powers, the French, the Spanish, the British and the Native Americans were competing to see who would control this remarkable land. However after half a century of almost continuous wars, a new entity emerged: The Americans. It would be the Americans not the other four powers who would control what would become the United States. In the process, the Americans created, by the end of the 18th century, the greatest experiment in self-government the world has ever seen. | Program 1 :1701 The English Board of Trade Creates Royal Colonies 1701 The French Return Soldiers to the North American Interior 1701 Yale College is Founded 1702 Colonists Sack St Augustine 1702 Cotton Mather publishes "The Ecclesiastical History of New England." 1709 Quakers Erect a Meeting House in Boston 1713 Treaty of Utrecht 1713 Capt. Robinson Designs and Constructs a Schooner Total Time: 23:50 4 3/4 in. Date: 2003 Availability: No items available:

6. 18th century turning points in U.S. history.   Publication: Ambrose Video Publishing. 2003 . 1 videodisc of 1 (DVD) (ca. 50 min.) : , As the 18th century dawned on the North American continent, four powers, the French, the Spanish, the British and the Native Americans were competing to see who would control this remarkable land. However after half a century of almost continuous wars, a new entity emerged: The Americans. It would be the Americans not the other four powers who would control what would become the United States. In the process, the Americans created, by the end of the 18th century, the greatest experiment in self-government the world has ever seen. | Program 3: 1739 The Great Awakening Begins 1739 Black Uprising in South Carolina 1739 The War of Jenkins Ear Begins 1739-41 New Explorations 1747 The Ohio Land Company is Established 1750 Native American Horse Cultures Dominate the Great Plains 1750 Parliament Passes Iron Act Total Time: 23:35 | Program 4: 1750 The Flatboat and Conestoga Wagon Make Their Appearance in Pennsylvania 1754 The Albany Plan of Union 1754 - 1763 the French and Indian War 1760 James Otis Fights for the Security of People in Their Homes 1763 Ottawa Chief Pontiac's War for Independence 1765 The Stamp Act is Passed 1765 Samuel Adams Forms the Sons of Liberty Total Time: 26:30 4 3/4 in. Date: 2003 Availability: No items available:

7. 18th century turning points in U.S. history.   Publication: 2003 . 1 videodisc of 1 (DVD) (ca. 50 min.) : , As the 18th century dawned on the North American continent, four powers, the French, the Spanish, the British and the Native Americans were competing to see who would control this remarkable land. However after half a century of almost continuous wars, a new entity emerged: The Americans. It would be the Americans not the other four powers who would control what would become the United States. In the process, the Americans created, by the end of the 18th century, the greatest experiment in self-government the world has ever seen. | Program 5: 1766 John Singleton Copley Paints "Boy with the Squirrel" 1767 Daniel Boone Views Kentucky 1768 Indiana Co. buys 1,800,000 acres from the Iroquois 1770 The Liberty Pole Riot and the Boston Massacre 1773 The Boston Tea Party 1774 The First Continental Congress Meets in Philadelphia 1775 Battle of Lexington and Concord 1775 George Washington Assumes Command of Continental Army 1776 Thomas Paine Publishes Common Sense 1776 The Declaration of Independence Total Time: 26:20 | Program 6: 1776 Washington Crosses the Delaware 1777 Congress Mandates the American Flag 1777 Second Battle of Saratoga 1777 John Paul Jones Sets Sail 1777-78 The Winter at Valley Forge 1778 George Rogers Clark Captures Kaskaskia 1781 The Siege of Yorktown 1783 The Treaty of Paris and the End of Revolutionary War Total Time: 25:50 4 3/4 in. Date: 2003 Availability: No items available:

8. 18th century turning points in U.S. history.   Publication: Ambrose Video Publishing. 2003 . 1 videodisc of 1 (DVD) (ca. 50 min.) : , As the 18th century dawned on the North American continent, four powers, the French, the Spanish, the British and the Native Americans were competing to see who would control this remarkable land. However after half a century of almost continuous wars, a new entity emerged: The Americans. It would be the Americans not the other four powers who would control what would become the United States. In the process, the Americans created, by the end of the 18th century, the greatest experiment in self-government the world has ever seen. | Program 7: 1783 Noah Webster Issues "Blue-backed Speller” 1785, 1787 The Continental Congress Passes Land Ordinance Acts 1786 Shay’s Rebellion 1787 The United States Constitution is Created 1789 George Washington Elected First President 1789 James Madison Proposes the Bill of Rights 1789 Alexander Hamilton Becomes Secretary of the Treasury and Shapes America's modern Industrial Economy 1790 Benjamin Franklin Dies Total Time: 25:00 | Program 8: 1792 Benjamin Banneker Saves the White House 1793 Congress Enacts a Fugitive Slave Law 1794 The Whiskey Rebellion is Put Down 1794 & 1795 The Jay and Pinckney Treaties Protect America's Westward Expansion 1796 John Adams Becomes the Second President of United States Inaugurating the Two-party System 1797 U.S.S. Constitution is Launched 1798 Alien and Sedition Acts Usher in a Bleak Period of American Political Freedom 1799 Eulogy for George Washington Ends the Century Total Time: 22:40 4 3/4 in. Date: 2003 Availability: No items available: