The History Professor...
through the Evolution of the United States
Join Concord Learning Systems' exciting voyage...
Re-live an incredible journey with the men and women of history.
The movers... the shakers... great people from the past -- and of the present, who participated to shape the world.
From Mesopotamia to North America. From Alexander the Great, to Julius Caesar. Attila the Hun, to Genghis Khan. And the Mongols, the Incas, the Aztecs, the British, the French, the Spaniards, the Germans, the Dutch, the Africans. And of course the Americans... the Iroquois, the Pueblo, the Cherokee, the Choctaws Read about Osceola, Sitting Bull, the Prophet, Tecumseh, Pocahontas, and Squanto And the Huguenots, the Puritans, the kings, and the queens. Even old Tippecanoe... and Tyler too. And many, many others.
Read first-hand descriptions by Marco Polo, Christopher Columbus, Cabeza de Vaca, George Washington, Abigail Adams, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, George III, Daniel Boone, Paul Revere, and many others who describe history in the making. Follow the life of Eric the Red And how Joan of Arc cross-dressed to save a kingdom. Review the great wars, the plagues, fights for freedom... for power. And the struggle for America.
Master the evolution of political doctrine from the Greeks... to the Romans. From the Constitution of Clarendon... to the Iroquois Confederation. From Magna Carta... to the Petition of Right. From the English Bill of Rights... to the Declaration of Independence.
Learn their fates: The Founding Fathers. The Lost Colonies (yes, there WERE two) Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette. And Napoleon: in Egypt... in Russia... at Waterloo... from Elba, to final exile on St. Helena. Follow the beheading of Charles I. The Boston Massacre. And, Sir Walter Raleigh signaling for his own execution! The landing of Pilgrims, greeted by an Indian... speaking English!
Concord Learning Systems has produced the most comprehensive collection of historical materials ever assembled in electronic form... The History Professor spans the chasms from history textbooks, to reference works, to encyclopedias -- providing historical perspective of events leading to the formation of the United States and its way of life... More than 2000 pages of pure history.
The collection is presented along a time-line: depicting events from the Wisconsin Ice Age to the present, with exciting side journeys into wars, power struggles, failures and successes. Browse events, or dwell on specifics; taking advantage of The History Professor's many concentrated groupings: the wars, Presidents, First Ladies, the 50 states, the Constitution, the Founding Fathers, the Federalist Papers, and many, many more.
People who like people will love Ben Franklin. Enjoy "Poor Richard." Go along on his trek to Philadelphia His grilling in Parliament Or his admonition to Thomas Paine... "burn it." And much, much more.
How many times does the phrase "double jeopardy" appear in the Constitution? In the Amendments? What does the Constitution say about "impeachment?" About Habeas Corpus? The duties of the President? Of Congress? Explore the Constitution with links to the appropriate Amendments and relevant Federalist Papers. Its all just a mouse click away.
Never look to others for presidential trivia. You can become the best. Who was the tallest? The shortest? What religion? Which were Masons? Which served in the military? What was their rank? Which wars? Who was wounded? What were civilian occupations? Read biographies, "Notable Notes," and learn: Which married in foreign countries? Who "eloped" while President? Which ex-First Lady was an enemy spy? Who had the most children? The most siblings? Who had affairs? Which killed a man in a duel, BEFORE he became President? Which was a hangman? The only President who served as Speaker of the House? The only former President to be elected to the U.S. Senate? -- Page after page more.
Follow the exciting life of Alexander Hamilton... from humble beginnings... to the pinnacle of power, to the depths of despair, and back... to THE DUEL. And Aaron Burr -- the Vice President who wanted his own country. And, a signer of the Constitution who was expelled from the Senate. All stranger than fiction.
Shelves are filled with works of fiction but none can surpass American history for pure drama and excitement, especially when segments are placed end-to-end and organized into a compelling chronology of episodes spanning 5500 years. Even the gaps -- the Dark Ages -- are filled. The reader finds a sense of continuity, evolution, and... involvement.
AND, The History Professor is an INVALUABLE TOOL for: REFERENCE RESEARCH STUDY LESSON PLANS and more. Students will find a rich resource of original materials to supplement textbooks and encyclopedias. Teachers will save hours utilizing the FIND facility for dates, places, people, events, clauses, phrases, and other important details... so necessary for both classroom and home assignment.
This is now possible... with The History Professor.
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