U.S. History Video Collection

Editor: INTELECOM Intelligent Telecommunications
Publication Year: 2012
Publisher: INTELECOM Learning

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ISBN: 978-1-58370-122-5
Category: History - United States -- History
Video Count: 604
Book Status: Available
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An educational collection of videos focused on key areas of U.S. History.

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  • From Days Before Time
  • Turbulent Virginia: Pirate Base...Royal Colony
  • Saints and Strangers
  • Lure of Land, The
  • Coming to America: Portrait of Colonial Life
  • Divergent Paths
  • Strained Relations
  • Not Much of a War
  • Precarious Experiment, A
  • Vision for a Nation
  • Rivals and Friends
  • Best Laid Plans...
  • Pressures From Within
  • He Brought the People with Him
  • Legacy of an Autocratic Ruler
  • Revolution of a Different Sort
  • Worlds Apart
  • Master and Slave
  • Voices of Reform
  • Manifest Destiny?
  • Decade of Discord
  • House Divided
  • Battle Cry
  • Final Stages
  • What Price Freedom
  • Tattered Remains
  • Meeting Ground, The
  • Legendary Frontier, The
  • New Corporate Order, A
  • Age of the City, The
  • Political Stalemate
  • Imperial Ambition
  • Progressive Era, The
  • Warrior to Priest: Presidents of the Early 1900s
  • Road to War, The
  • To End All Wars?
  • 1920s Beyond the Glitter, The
  • Hard Times
  • Chaos of Experimentation, A
  • Between the Wars
  • Nation at War, A
  • Taking the Offensive
  • Collapse of Peace, The
  • Fallout
  • Way We Were, The ?
  • Other America, The
  • Restless Society
  • Nation Torn, A
  • Determined to be Heard
  • Crisis of Authority
  • Right Turn
  • World of Uncertainty
  • Early Inhabitants of North America
  • Early Europeans Look Westward
  • Spanish Conquistadors, The
  • Religious Motivation for Spanish Colonization
  • Spanish Engage in Slavery to Fill Labor Needs
  • Spanish Approach to Colonization Ignites Indian Uprisings
  • Impact of Spanish Colonization on Native Populations
  • Social and Economic Status of England in the 16th Century, The
  • France and the Netherlands Attempt to Establish Presence in North America
  • Roanoke, the First English Colony
  • Lost Colony of Roanoke, The
  • Virginia Company Investments Spawn New Colony
  • Indentured Servitude: Payment for Passage
  • Relationship between Early English Settlers and Native Americans
  • England Revises Approach to Colonization and Establishes Royal Colony of Virginia
  • Puritans Establish Second Permanent English Colony
  • Types of People Who Journeyed to New Land
  • Puritans, a Product of Their English Culture, The
  • Mayflower Compact: Structure for a Colony, The
  • Holy Watchfulness or Sheer Nosiness?
  • Trial of Anne Hutchinson, The
  • Difficulties of Establishing a Godly Community
  • "Hivings" Challenge Community Solidarity and Indian Culture
  • Relations with Indians Deteriorate
  • Patterns of English Colonization in North America
  • Proprietary Charters Issued by Charles II
  • Migration to the Middle Colonies
  • Impact of Quaker Presence in the Middle Colonies, The
  • Middle Colonies--A Diverse Melting Pot, The
  • Settlement of the Southern Coast: Carolinas, Georgia, Florida
  • Crown Tries to Tighten Its Control, The
  • England's Glorious Revolution and its Aftermath
  • Integration of Colonies within British System
  • Immigration: A Key Element in American History
  • Indentured Servitude and Immigration
  • Family and Community Life in New England
  • Family Unit in Colonial New England, The
  • Introduction of Slavery in Colonial America
  • Upsurge in Immigration
  • Contrast between Northern and Southern Colonies
  • Cities of 17th Century Colonial America
  • Plantation Society of the South
  • Southern Women: The Plantation Mistress and Her Slaves
  • Governance of New England Towns
  • Role of Colonial Courts, The
  • Witchcraft Hysteria, The
  • Great Awakening, The
  • Imperial/Colonial Relationship, The
  • Seven Years' War, The
  • British Experience the Burdens of Empire
  • Taxing the Colonies
  • Growth of Colonial Resistance
  • British Attempt to Subdue Colonial Resistance
  • American Revolution--Supporters, Critics, and Disbelievers, The
  • Support for Independence Intensifies
  • Mobilizing for War
  • Battles in New England and the Mid-Atlantic
  • Securing Aid from Abroad
  • How the Continental Army Outlasted Britain's Military Might
  • Negotiating a Peace Treaty
  • Precarious Union
  • African American and Native American Viewpoints
  • Building Government Structures
  • Challenges Facing the Young Nation
  • Western Expansion
  • Economic Upheaval
  • Articles of Confederation Need Revamping
  • Delegates Gather for Constitutional Convention
  • Debate over Representation
  • Apportionment of Slave Populations
  • Controlling Federal Power
  • Ratification Strategy
  • States Consider Constitutional Ratification
  • Testing the Design of the Constitution
  • Power Struggle Between Federalists and Republicans
  • Presidential Election of 1796, The
  • Troubled Presidency of John Adams, The
  • Presidential Election of 1800
  • Jefferson's Presidency, Early Years
  • Emergence of a Stronger Judiciary under Justice Marshall
  • Jefferson as Administrator
  • Adams and Jefferson, Rivals and Friends
  • Jefferson's Vision for America
  • Second Great Awakening
  • Economic Vitality
  • Events Leading to Louisiana Purchase
  • Initial Impact of Louisiana Purchase
  • U. S. Response to Napoleonic Wars
  • Madison's Presidency
  • War of 1812: A Lesson, not a Defeat
  • Aftermath of War of 1812
  • Population Surge West of Appalachians
  • Fur Trading in Northwest Territories
  • Presidency of James Monroe
  • National Crises of 1819 and 1820 Threaten Country
  • U. S. Tilts Toward Nationalism in Final Years of Monroe's Administration
  • Controversial 1824 Election and Presidency of John Quincy Adams
  • Andrew Jackson Ushers in New Era with Election Victory in 1828
  • Jackson $,1rx(Bs Violent Tendencies Feared by Washington Insiders
  • Jackson and Patronage Politics
  • Jackson Splits With Vice-President Calhoun over Tariffs
  • Jackson Reaches Impasse with Congress
  • Our Federal Union: The Clash Between National Sovereignty and States Rights Advocates
  • Andrew Jackson's Indian Policy
  • Native Americans and the Forced Removal
  • Andrew Jackson Versus the Bank of the United States
  • Emergence of the Whig Party
  • Martin Van Buren as President
  • Whigs Successful Election Challenge
  • New Political Alignments in the 1840s
  • Resurgence of Immigration Helps Fuel Industrial Revolution in U. S.
  • How Improvements in Transportation and Communication Impact Industrial Revolution
  • North and South Follow Different Economic Paths
  • Industrial Revolution Takes Hold on Old Northwest
  • New Generation of Entrepreneurs
  • Realities of Factory Work, The
  • Artisan vs. the Factory System, The
  • Life of the Wealthy in 19th-century America, The
  • Experience of the Poor. The
  • Emerging Middle Class, The
  • Role of Women and Cult of Domesticity, The
  • Changes in Education
  • Farm Families in the Mid-19th Century
  • Mechanization of Agriculture, The
  • Economic and Social Life in the South
  • Power of the Planter Aristocracy
  • Typical White Southerner, a Modest Farmer, The
  • Peculiar Institution, The
  • Life of a Slave
  • Slave Trade, The
  • Slave Resistance
  • Rich Culture Created from Backdrop of Slavery
  • Effect of Slavery on Southern Society, The
  • Romanticism and the Transcendentalist Movement
  • Utopian Communities
  • Women and the Temperance Movement in the 19th Century
  • Abolitionist Movement, The
  • Women's Role in the Abolitionist Movement
  • Women's Efforts to Gain Equal Rights
  • Political Dimensions of Anti-Slavery Movement
  • Manifest Destiny and the Colonization of Texas
  • U. S. and Mexico Clash Over Boundary Dispute
  • Factors Influencing the Outcome of the Mexican War
  • Geographic and Demographic Effects of the Mexican War
  • New Territory Deepens Division between North and South
  • California Gold Rush, The
  • Mine Workers Face Discrimination and Exploitation
  • Crimes Against Native Americans during California Gold Rush
  • Lasting Impact of California's Brief Gold Boom
  • Congressional Debate Over Slavery Intensifies as Country Expands
  • Transcontinental Railroad, The
  • Mini Civil War Rages over Kansas Vote
  • Dred Scott Decision Announced Just After Buchanan's Election in 1856
  • Lincoln-Douglas Debates, The
  • John Brown's Raid on Harpers Ferry
  • Presidential Election of 1860, The
  • "United" States Comes Apart, The
  • Political Debate Over Secession
  • Confederates Attack Southern Forts
  • Capture of Ft. Sumter Signals Beginning of Civil War
  • Early Months of the Civil War
  • Public Programs Promote Expanding Industrial Economy
  • Strategies and Positions as War Begins
  • Emancipation Question, The
  • Realities Confronting North and South in the Second Year of Conflict
  • North and South Seek Support from Foreign Governments
  • Civil War Spills into Western Territories
  • Politics of Emancipation, The
  • Challenges Facing Lincoln in the Fall of 1862
  • Need for Manpower, The
  • People at War
  • Major Battles of 1863: Vicksburg and Gettysburg
  • Major Battles of 1863: Chattanooga
  • Contrast between North and South as 1864 Campaign Season Begins
  • Battles in the Deep South in 1864 and Their Impact on the Slave Population
  • Bloody Battles Take Their Toll in Virginia, Summer and Fall, 1864
  • Presidential Election of 1864, The
  • Final Days of the Civil War
  • Confusion and Devastation Marks End of Civil War
  • Emancipation and Reunification: Challenges to Peacemaking
  • Assassination of Abraham Lincoln, The
  • President Johnson "Fast Tracks" Re-entry of Southern States
  • Republicans Legislate Harsher Approach to Reconstruction
  • President Johnson impeached by Congress
  • Reconstruction and Financial Issues Plague Grant's Administration
  • Challenges of Rebuilding Southern Society
  • System of Sharecropping
  • Rebuilding African-American Family Structures
  • Emergence of the Ku Klux Klan
  • Election of 1876, The
  • Southern Economy, The
  • Obstruction of Voting Rights for Southern Blacks
  • Horror of Lynching, The
  • Reconstruction: The Civil War in Broader Perspective
  • Violence Against Chinese Grows
  • West's Long History as a Meeting Ground, The
  • Western Tribes, The
  • Mexican-American Experience, The
  • Chinese Migration, The
  • Anti-Chinese Sentiments
  • Homestead Act of 1862 Encourages Western Settlement
  • Myths and Myth Makers
  • Changing Western Economy, The
  • Myth of the Cowboy and a Culture of Violence
  • Dispersal of the Tribes, The
  • Government Policies Undermine Indian Way of Life
  • Rapid Agricultural Growth in the Plains Region
  • Unique Developments in Western Agriculture
  • Decline of the Western Farmer
  • Sources of Industrial Growth
  • Growth of the Industrial Workforce
  • Plight of the Worker, The
  • Beginnings of the Union Movement
  • Class Violence--Labor vs. Employer--Breaks Out at Work Sites
  • Profound Changes in U.S. as a Result of Industrialization
  • Lure of the City, The
  • Ethnic City, The
  • Urban Landscape, The
  • Strains of Urban Life
  • Infrastructure and Political Issues
  • Rise of Mass Consumption, The
  • Democrats and Republicans in 1880s
  • Stalwarts and Half-Breeds Compete for Control of Republican Party
  • Pendleton Act, The
  • "Mudslinging" Election of 1884, The
  • Fundamental Differences Between Republicans and Democrats Emerge
  • Activist vs. Passive Government
  • 1890s Depression Fuels Agrarian Revolt and Birth of Populist Party
  • 1896, a Realigning Election
  • Business Interests Push U.S. Involvement Overseas
  • Early Overtures in Western Hemisphere
  • Events Leading to War with Spain over Cuba
  • "Splendid Little War," The
  • "Spoils" of Spanish-American War Extend beyond Caribbean
  • Difficulties with Cuba and the Philippines
  • Diplomacy of Imperialism, The
  • Movement with a Variety of Meanings, A
  • Settlement House Movement, The
  • Women in the Workforce
  • Women and Reform
  • Fight for Women's Suffrage
  • Government and Progressive Reform
  • African-Americans and Reform
  • Reformers and Temperance in the Early 20th Century
  • Immigration Restriction
  • Challenging the Capitalist Order
  • Accidental President, The
  • Federal Government as Mediator of the Public Good
  • Roosevelt and Conservation
  • Panic of 1907, The
  • Troubled Succession of William Howard Taft, The
  • The Presidential Election of 1912
  • Woodrow Wilson and The New Freedom
  • Woodrow Wilson: Retreat and Advance
  • Panama Canal, The
  • Taft's Dollar Diplomacy
  • Wilson's Attempts to Blend Diplomacy with Morality
  • Road to War, The
  • Collapse of European Peace, The
  • Wilson's Neutrality
  • Germany's Aggressive Submarine Warfare Tests U. S. Neutrality
  • United States Enters War and Initiates Draft, The
  • Organizing the Economy for War
  • Germany's Major Strategies, 1917
  • Internal Tensions within U.S.
  • Battle Status as U. S. Enters World War I
  • Striking Arizona Copper Workers Targeted for Impeding War Effort
  • Last Brutal Battles of World War I
  • Search for a New World Order
  • Paris Peace Conference, The
  • Wilson and the Ratification Battle
  • Versailles Treaty--A Truce, Not Peace, The
  • U. S. Society in Turmoil after World War I
  • Retreat from Idealism The
  • Transition in American Cultural Life
  • New Economy, The
  • Labor in the New Era
  • Women and Minorities in the Workplace
  • Agricultural Technology and Plight of the Farmer
  • New Culture, The
  • Conflict of Cultures
  • Religious Fundamentalism
  • Party Politics of the 1920s and 1930s
  • Comparison of Warren Harding and Calvin Coolidge, A
  • Hoover-Smith Presidential Race, The
  • Coming of the Great Depression, The
  • Causes of the Depression
  • Depression's Effect on Banking and Industry, The
  • Despair of Farmers
  • Minority Groups Hard Hit During Depression
  • Depression and American Culture, The
  • Ordeal of President Hoover, The
  • Election of 1932
  • Interregnum and Early Days of Roosevelt's First Term, The
  • Launching the New Deal
  • President Franklin D. Roosevelt and the "Brain Trust"
  • Agricultural Adjustment
  • Industrial Recovery
  • Growth of Federal Relief
  • Critics of Roosevelt and the New Deal
  • Second New Deal, The
  • Labor's Organizing Battles
  • Social Security
  • Presidential Election of 1936
  • Roosevelt's Court Fight
  • Recession of 1937
  • Limits and Legacies of New Deal
  • U. S. Foreign Policy in the 1920s
  • Impact of the Depression on International Relations
  • Hoover and the World Crisis
  • Roosevelt Focuses on Economic Crisis
  • Germany and Japan Invade Neighboring Countries
  • World War II Begins
  • Third-Term Election Signals Subtle Changes
  • Germany Advances in Europe
  • Tripartite Pact, The
  • U. S. Takes Steps to Suppress Japanese Aggression
  • Pearl Harbor Attack Brings U. S. into the World Conflict
  • War on Two Fronts
  • Containing the Japanese
  • Holding off the Germans
  • Arsenal of the Allies
  • Prosperity! War-induced Economic Recovery
  • Labor and the War
  • African Americans and the War
  • Blacks in the Workplace in the World War II Era
  • "Code Talkers," The
  • Mexican-American War Workers
  • Women at Work during the War
  • Internment of Japanese Americans, The
  • Election of 1944, The
  • Liberation of France; Germany's Surrender, The
  • Focus of War Shifts to Asian Theater
  • Manhattan Project, The
  • U.S. Ships and Troops Circle Closer to Japan
  • Truman's Terrible Decision: Atomic Warfare?
  • Bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, The
  • Seeds of U. S.-Russian Conflict Visible at War's End, The
  • Sources of Soviet-American Tension
  • Wartime Diplomacy
  • Truman "Gets Tough" with Soviets Leading to Potsdam
  • China Problem, The
  • Revitalizing Japan
  • Containment Doctrine, The
  • Marshall Plan, The
  • Mobilization at Home; Alliances Abroad
  • Consumer Demand
  • Post War Labor Unrest
  • Fair Deal Rejected
  • Election of 1948, The
  • Fair Deal Revived, The
  • Nuclear Age, The
  • Divided Peninsula, The
  • From Invasion to Stalemate
  • Sources of the Red Scare
  • HUAC Investigations and the Federal Loyalty Program
  • Anti-communist Frenzy Intensifies
  • McCarthyism
  • Republican Revival, The
  • Economic Miracle, The
  • Rise of the Modern West
  • Capital and Labor
  • The Explosion of Science and Technology
  • Bombs, Rockets, and Missiles
  • Consumer Culture, The
  • Suburban Nation, The
  • Suburban Families
  • "Other America" (Bon the Margins of the Affluent Society, The
  • Other America: Inner Cities and Beyond, The
  • Rise of the Civil Rights Movement, The
  • Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka
  • Civil Rights Movement Intensifies
  • Causes of the Civil Rights Movement
  • Eisenhower Republicanism
  • Eisenhower, Dulles, and the Cold War
  • Eisenhower's Use of Covert Action to Accomplish U.S. Aims
  • Eisenhower Seeks Nonmilitary Solutions in Cold War Crises
  • Decade of Turbulence: America in the 1960s
  • Johnson Assumes Presidency Upon Kennedy Assassination
  • Great Society: Assault on Poverty in U.S, The.
  • Changing Restrictive Immigration Quotas
  • Legacy of Great Society
  • Battle for Racial Equality
  • Battle for Voting Rights, The
  • Divisions in the Civil Rights Movement
  • Influences on U.S. Foreign Policy
  • Cuban Missile Crisis
  • History of the Vietnam Conflict
  • Nation Torn: The Two Vietnams, A
  • America's Relationship with Ngo Dinh Diem
  • U.S. Intensifies Involvement in Vietnam
  • Stalemate in Vietnam
  • Disillusionment Spawned by Vietnam Conflict
  • 1968, The Year the Dream Died
  • Presidential Race of 1968
  • New Left, The
  • Counterculture, The
  • Mobilization of Minorities
  • Seeds of Native-American Militancy
  • Latino Activism
  • Challenging the "Melting Pot" Ideal
  • Gay Liberation Movement
  • New Feminism, The
  • Liberalism and the Civil Rights Movements of 1960s and 1970s
  • Environmentalism in a Turbulent Society
  • Vietnamization and Escalation
  • Vietnam--Peace with Honor?
  • Defeat in Indochina
  • Relations with Superpowers
  • Middle Eastern Conflict and Shuttle Diplomacy
  • Nixon's Domestic Initiatives
  • Election of 1972, The
  • Troubled Economy, The
  • Watergate Crisis, The
  • Downfall of a President, The
  • Ford Custodianship, The
  • Trials of Jimmy Carter, The
  • International Crises Plague Carter
  • Population and Political Shifts
  • Supply-side Economics
  • Reagan on the World Stage
  • Fading of the Reagan Revolution, The
  • Bush Presidency, The
  • Launching the Clinton Presidency
  • President Clinton and the Republican Congress
  • Clinton, Triumphant and Embattled
  • Clinton's Impeachment and Acquittal
  • Election of 2000, The
  • Transformations of the American Economy
  • Changing Look of U.S. Society, The
  • New World Order?, The
  • Rise of Terrorism, The
  • Slavery: A Historical Perspective
  • Emancipation
  • Fueling the Abolition Movement
  • Slavery Experience, The
  • Laws of Slavery, The
  • Impact of Slavery, The
  • Process of Enslavement, The
  • Role of the Plantation, The
  • Cotton Revolution, The
  • Resistance and Rebellion
  • Slavery and the Civil War
  • Civil War, The: A Revolutionary Event
  • Struggle in the Border States
  • Theodore Roosevelt and the Value of War
  • Theodore Roosevelt and San Juan Hill
  • Theodore Roosevelt and Americanization
  • Theodore Roosevelt and Asian Immigration
  • Immigrants and Loyalty
  • Theodore Roosevelt and Women's Rights
  • Theodore Roosevelt and Reform (Part One)
  • Theodore Roosevelt and Reform (Part Two)
  • Woodrow Wilson, Immigration and Minorities
  • Woodrow Wilson and Women's Suffrage
  • America on the Eve of World War I
  • Immigration Following World War I (Part One)
  • Immigration Following World War I (Part Two)
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt and Immigration
  • Labor Movement of the 1930's, The
  • Movies As A Cultural Force in the 1930's
  • Supreme Court in the 1930's, The
  • Racism During World War II (Part One)
  • Racism During World War II (Part Two)
  • Labor Market For African-Americans and Women in the 1940's, The
  • Post World War II Labor Market, The
  • Post World War II Housing Segregation
  • Loyalty and Patriotism Following Both World Wars
  • Patterns of Immigration Between 1924-1965
  • Civil Rights Movement, The: Beginnings
  • Supreme Court and Segregation, The
  • Pre-Revolutionary War Surge of Immigration
  • Eighteenth Century Migration to America
  • Property and Land Speculation (Part One)
  • Property and Land Speculation (Part Two)
  • Immigration: Challenges and Dangers
  • British Struggle For Control, The
  • Opposition to British Rule Grows
  • A Rising Tide of Opposition
  • Rise of George Washington, The
  • Ratification Debate, The
  • A New Nation: Dangers and Challenges
  • Washington Forms the Executive Branch (Part One)
  • Washington Forms the Executive Branch (Part Two)
  • Washington, Jefferson and the French Revolution
  • Federalism
  • Successors to George Washington
  • A Young Nation Moves Forward
  • Changing Perceptions of Race
  • Race and Ethnicity: Who's Who and What's What?
  • Naturalization Law of 1790, The
  • Collision of Capitalism and Democracy, The
  • Immigration: The Irish Become A Force
  • Ethnic Groups in Industry
  • Racializing of Immigrants, The
  • Science, Race and Immigration
  • Racial Comparisons in Literature
  • Goddard, Race and Intelligence (Part One)
  • Goddard, Race and Intelligence (Part Two)
  • Franz Boas Takes On The Eugenicists
  • 1924 Immigration Act, The (Part One)
  • 1924 Immigration Act, The (Part Two)
  • 1924 Immigration Act, The (Part Three)
  • Degrees of Whiteness
  • Great Black Migration, The
  • Racial Politics and War
  • Chinese Exclusion Act, The
  • An End to Exclusion: The Hart-Celler Act of 1965
  • Civil Rights Movement Evolves, The
  • Immigrant Story: Myth or Reality, The
  • Immigration and Insecurity
  • Debate Over Immigration, The
  • Race in America
  • History and Science
  • Division of Labor in Colonial America
  • Women and Property in Colonial America
  • Working Women in Colonial America
  • Women and the Industrial Revolution
  • Exploitation During the Industrial Revolution
  • Immigrants at Work in the Nineteenth Century
  • African-American Slave Women
  • Pre-Civil War Working Conditions
  • Division of Labor and the Industrial Revolution
  • Women at Work
  • History of Professional Women
  • Abolitionist Movement, The
  • Men, Women and the Union Movement
  • African-Americans Move To The City
  • Employment During The Depression
  • Employment During World War II
  • Thomas Jefferson: A Study in Contradiction
  • Jefferson Before The Revolution
  • American Revolution,The : Radical or Conservative?
  • American Revolution,The : A Global Event
  • Peace of Paris, The
  • Articles of Confederation, The
  • Meeting at Annapolis
  • Jefferson, Adams, and the Constitution
  • Great Division in the 1790's, The
  • Alexander Hamilton: Target of Republican Mistrust
  • Choosing The National Capital
  • Election of 1796, The
  • Adams Presidency, The
  • Election of Thomas Jefferson, The
  • Louisiana Purchase, The
  • Public Response to the Louisiana Purchase
  • Second Jefferson Administration, The
  • Jefferson's Embargo
  • War of 1812, The
  • Madison's Dilemma
  • Thomas Jefferson and Slavery
  • Relationship Between John Adams and Thomas Jefferson, The