Module Title In Chronological Order
   1. The First Americans (c. 28,000 BCE-c. 1650 CE)
   2. Spain and France in the New World (1492-1688)
   3. English Settlement and Religious Diversity (1606-1660)
   4. From Servitude to Slavery in the Chesapeake Region (1627-1789)
   5. Resistance to Colonial Authority (1676-1691)
   6. Early 18th Century Immigration (1729-1763)
   7. The Enlightenment and the Great Awakening (1689-1784)
   8. British North America: Colonial Governments and Imperial Policy (1651-1775)
   9. French and Indian War (1753-1766)
  10. The Road to Revolution (1763-1774)
  11. Revolutionary America (1774-1781)
  12. State Constitutions and the Articles of Confederation (1776-1788)
  13. The Federal Constitution (1786-1788)
  14. Ratification of the Constitution (1786-1790)
  15. Shaping the National Government and the Emergence of Political Parties (1791-1815)
  16. Beginnings of the Second Great Awakening (1801-1856)
  17. The Significance of Jefferson's Presidency (1801-1809)
  18. Expansion into the Trans-Appalachain West: American Indian Resistance and Slavery (1763-1855)
  19. The War of 1812 and its Consequences (1806-1815)
  20. 19th Century Development of a Transportation Infastructure (1806-1914)
  21. Irish Immigration and the Nativist Reaction (1847-1856)
  22. Slavery in the Cotton South (1830-1853)
  23. Emergence of the Two Party System and Jacksonian Democracy (1825-1860)
  24. The Bank/Tariff Controversy, and States' Rights (1789-1832)
  25. Native American Removal and the Trail of Tears (1630-1839)
  26. Revivalism and Reform in Antebellum America (1801-1853)
  27. Social Reforms, Transcendentalism and Utopian Communities (1824-1854)
  28. American Renaissance: Literary and Artistic Expressions (1837-1910)
  29. Manifest Destiny and Westward Expansion (1803-1893)
  30. Early U.S. Imperialism: The Mexican War (1844-1848)
  31. Pro- and Antislavery Arguments and Conflicts (1840-1851)
  32. The Compromise of 1850 (1849-1850)
  33. The Kansas-Nebraska Act and the Emergence of the Republican Party (1820-1858)
  34. Slavery and the Kansas-Nebraska Act (1820-1858)
  35. Abraham Lincoln, the Election of 1860, and Secession (1858-1861)
  36. Two Societies at War: Mobilization, Resources, and Internal Dissent (1862-1863)
  37. Military Strategies, Socio-Economic Effects and Politics of the Civil War (1861-1865)
  38. Presidential and Radical Reconstruction (1864-1875)
  39. Equality for African Americans during Radical Reconstruction (1864-1870)
  40. Southern Governments and African Americans in Politics, Education, and the Economy (1865-1870)
  41. The Compromise of 1877 (1876-1877)
  42. Reconfiguration of Southern Agriculture (1865-1887)
  43. The Politics of Segregation: Jim Crow and Disenfranchisment (1876-1957)
  44. Expansion and Development of Western Railroads (1848-1870)
  45. Competitors for the West and Environmental Impacts of Western Settlement (1851-1910)
  46. Gender, Race, and Ethnicity in the West (1860-1898)
  47. Business, Labor, and Technology in the Gilded Age (1868-1922)
  48. National Politics in the Gilded Age (1873-1896)
  49. Immigration and Reactions to the New Order (1850-1930)
  50. Urbanization, Machine Politics, and Social Issues (1851-1912)
  51. Late 19th Century Entertainment and Intellectual/Cultural Movements (1862-1902)
  52. Late 19th Century Agrarian Discontent and Political Issues
  53. Progressive Reform and Progressive Presidents (1887-1913)
  54. Turn of the Century Women's Roles (1837-1933)
  55. Women's Suffrage (1840-1920)
  56. Black America: Early 20th Century Urban Migration and Civil Rights Initiatives (1862-1930)
  57. American Imperialism: Political and Economic Expansion (1826-1914)
  58. American Neutrality and Entry into World War I (1914-1917)
  59. The First World War at Home and Abroad (1914-1918)
  60. Society and Economy in Post WWI America (1918-1921)
  61. Republican Politics: Harding, Coolidge, Hoover (1919-1929)
  62. Culture in the Roaring Twenties and Responses to Modernism (1908-1930)
  63. The Business of America and the Consumer Economy (1908-1935)
  64. Prohibition (1828-1933)
  65. African Americans and Women in the 1920s (1848-1935)
  66. Causes of the Great Depression (1924-1929)
  67. The Great Depression (1928-1936)
  68. The Great Depression: Hoover and FDR (1893-1932)
  69. The New Deal and its Critics (1933-1936)
  70. Surviving Hard Times: American Society During the Great Depression (1920-1940)
  71. The Rise of Fascism and Prelude to War (1928-1942)
  72. Pearl Harbor and US Entry into World War II (1940-1945)
  73. Wartime Diplomacy and the US as Global Power in the Atomic Age (1939-1949)
  74. The WWII Homefront (1941-1945)
  75. Japanese-American Internment (1941-1942)
  76. Truman and the Desegregation of the Military (1944-1948)
  77. Origins of the Cold War and Containment (1946-1982)
  78. The Cold War in Asia: China, Korea, Vietnam & Cambodia (1949-1979)
  79. The Korean War (1950-1953)
  80. Diplomatic Strategies & Policies of Eisenhower and Kennedy (1953-1963)
  81. The Red Scare, McCarthyism and the Impact of the Cold War (1944-1954)
  82. The Affluent Society and the Other America in the 1950s (1944-1962)
  83. The Modern Civil Rights Movement, Social Critics, and Nonconformists (1954-1970)
  84. The Freedom Rides (1947-1961)
  85. The Changing Lives and Perceptions of Women since WWII (1950-2006)
  86. Impact of Changes in Science, Technology, and Medicine (1953-1958)
  87. From the New Frontier to the Great Society (1961-1964)
  88. The Expanding Civil Rights and Antiwar Movements and 1960s Counterculture (1957-1972)
  89. Affirmative Action (1961-2003)
  90. American Escalation in Vietnam (1950-1965)
  91. Students for a Democratic Society and the Weathermen (1962-1976)
  92. Cold War Confrontations: Asia, Latin America, and Europe and Beginning Détente (1961-1972)
  93. The Cuban Missile Crisis (1961-1962)
  94. The 1968 Election and the Silent Majority (1968)
  95. Nixon's Challenges Vietnam and China (1961-1972)
  96. Nixon and Watergate (1968-2005)
  97. The Women’s Movement of the 1970s to Today (1972-2005)
  98. The Energy Crisis, Deindustrialization, and the Service Economy (1973-2000)
  99. The New Right and the Reagan Revolution (1964-1983)
 100. Ronald Reagan and the End of the Cold War (1947-1988)
 101. Late 20th Century Immigration and The Graying of America (1965-2005)
 102. Revolutions in Biotechnology, Mass Communications, and Computers (1976-2001)
 103. Politics and Major Events of the 1990s (1988-1999)
 104. Globalization and Environmental Issues (1963-2006)
 105. Unilateralism in Foreign Policy and Terrorism (1995-2003)