I have to say I’m sorry to have reached the final unit of All American History. I’ve enjoyed discussing our country’s history with Kaylee as she worked through the text and read extensively about various U. S. events.
Every bit of my effort was repaid when Kaylee told me that All American History is the BEST history course she’s ever taken. That kind of enthusiasm is the very best testimonial I could give for this wonderful homeschool curriculum!
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All American History Vol. II: Lessons 25-28
Lessons 25-28 of All American History Vol. II cover American life during the Cold War and the sixties and seventies.
Lesson 25 – The Beginning of the Cold War
Lesson 25 discusses the beginning of the Cold War, including details about the Berlin Blockade and Airlift. It also covers the establishment of NATO.
Lesson 26 – Economy and Family Life During the Early Cold War Years
This lesson covers various aspects of American life during the early Cold War years: transportation, agriculture, family life, education, health, and more.
Lesson 27 – Society and Culture During the Early Cold War Years
This lesson covers details of American society, religion, recreation, and more during the early Cold War years.
Lesson 28 – The Sixties and Seventies
Lesson 28 focuses on the presidents of the sixties and seventies, including the assassination of John F. Kennedy. It also discusses the continuation of the Cold War.
Note: This final unit of All American History Vol. II also includes lessons 29-32.
More About All American History
- All American History Review
- How We Use All American History
- All American History Vol. II: Lessons 1-4
- All American History Vol. II: Lessons 5-8
- All American History Vol. II: Lessons 9-12
- All American History Vol. II: Lessons 13-16
- All American History Vol. II: Lessons 17-20
- All American History Vol. II: Lessons 21-24