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U.S. History

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U.S. History published by OpenStax College provides educators and students with an excellent free open textbook that covers the scope and sequence of U.S. History from pre-Columbian to the 21st Century.
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Date Added to MERLOT: January 12, 2015
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Avatar for J.B. Shaw
1 year ago

J.B. Shaw (R & D)

George Jarrett, currently, I like how Open Oregon at http://www.openoregon.org/resources shares and supports their faculty with the Open Educational Resources that they are using in their classrooms, contact information provided.

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1 year ago

George Jarrett (Faculty)

I've just adopted this for my Fall, 2016 college survey course in American History from 1877-Present. I would love to hear from other college instructors who have used the book as to its strengths and weaknesses.