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AP US History: Exam Prep

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This AP U.S. History: Exam Prep course prepares you to take the AP United States History exam. Watch U.S. history video lessons and learn presidential policy, Revolutionary War battles, important political figures, and more. These lessons are just a portion of our online video courses.
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29 Chapters in AP US History: Exam Prep
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Ch. 1:  First Contacts (28,000 BCE-1821 CE)
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Ch. 2:  Settling North America (1497-1732)
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Ch. 3:  The Road to Revolution (1700-1774)
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Ch. 4:  The American Revolution (1775-1783)
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Ch. 5:  The Making of a New Nation (1776-1800)
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Ch. 6:  The Virginia Dynasty (1801--1825)
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Ch. 7:  Jacksonian Democracy (1825 -- 1850)
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Ch. 8:  Life in Antebellum America (1807-1861)
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Ch. 9:  Manifest Destiny (1806-1855)
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Ch. 10:  Sectional Crisis (1850-1861)
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Ch. 11:  American Civil War (1861-1865)
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Ch. 12:  Reconstruction (1865-1877)
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Ch. 13:  Industrialization & Urbanization (1870-1900)
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Ch. 14:  Social Issues of the Progressive Era (1900-1917)
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Ch. 15:  American Imperialism (1890-1919)
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Ch. 16:  America in the 1920s (1920-1929)
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Ch. 17:  The Great Depression & New Deal (1929-1940)
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Ch. 18:  The US in World War ll (1941-1945)
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Ch. 19:  Post-War World (1946-1959)
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Ch. 20:  The Cold War (1950-1973)
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Ch. 21:  Protests, Activism and Civil Disobedience (1954-1973)
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Ch. 22:  The 1970s (1969-1979)
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Ch. 23:  The Rise of Political Conservatism (1980-1992)
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Ch. 24:  Contemporary America (1992-2013)
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Ch. 25:  Changes in the Modern United States
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Ch. 26:  AP U.S. History: Test-Taking Skills and Prep
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Ch. 27:  Critical Thinking Skills for AP US History
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Ch. 28:  How to Write a Good Essay on Your AP Exam
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Ch. 29:  Developing and Writing Your AP Exam Essay
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