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Modern U.S. History: 1865-2000 with Optional Honor’s Track

Sign up today for this modern history course and come to appreciate the complex history of the US, from the end of the Civil War to the New Millennium.

Total classes: 12

Duration: 1 hour (except the week Mr. Campbell goes over, which is like, every week)

Prerequisite: None. However, a background in early American History will be helpful, but not required. Mr. Campbell’s short course on the Great Depression is also helpful (available through Single Access or Unlimited Access).

Suggested Grade Level: 9th to 12th grade

Suggested Credit: One full semester History, Modern History, or American History.


Beginning in the ashes of the Civil War, this course takes students through the industrial revolution and into modern America, helping them understand complex events as the rise of American industrialism, the Great Depression, the Cold War, Vietnam War, cultural revolution of the 1960’s, America’s involvement in the Middle East and much more, highlighting issues of particular interest to Catholics.


Week 1: The Reconstruction Era

Week 2: Age of the Robber Barons

Week 3: Closing of the West

Week 4: American Imperialism

Week 5: The Wilson Years

Week 6: The Roaring Twenties

Week 7: The Age of FDR

Week 8: The American Dream

Week 9: The Cultural Revolution

Week 10: The Stagnant 70’s

Week 11: Morning in America

Week 12: Toward the New Millennium

Materials and Homework

The Sourcebook: Students will complete primary source readings out of a Sourcebook (70 pages). The Sourcebook can be purchased at this link for $15. You will be directed to a PayPal page; click “Pay with debit or credit card” and continue. The file will be emailed to you within three business days in the form of a PDF file.

Homework: Homework consists of approximately 20-30 pages of textbook reading per week, plus brief readings from primary sources that are found in the Sourcebook or provided as scans on the course page. Students are expected to complete 2 to 3 short essays weekly. Essays are graded by the parents using the provided Answer Key.

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