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Animated Atlas portrays large chapters of American history quickly by animating maps and geographic features. For school, home and genealogy use.

American History in ten minutes

  Growth of a Nation
Growth of a Nation is a free, ten minute Flash movie which depicts the geographic history of the United States from 1789. It is interactive with the timeline below.
American History Timeline

  The AMERICAN HISTORY TIMELINE compares events for presidents, science, culture, Native Americans, society, world, from 1780 to 2015. Printable versions for a classroom are on the CD-ROM and the USB drive.
Growth of a Nation enhanced
Growth of a Nation enhanced has two more layers. It is for sale on CD and USB drive.
The timeline layer has 150 short articles. The population layer, seen below, animates the growth of cities (orange cylinders), Native Americans, and the settling of the West.

Population Layer
Our sales page describes the CD-ROM's resources. The CD is shipped with an additional USB Flash drive with the same content for use with a USB port.
  • Go directly to order page to purchase for $19.95.
  • Go to a preview trial run from 1789 to 1810.
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The Early Colonies
Early Colonies
The Revolutionary War
Revolutionary War
The Mexican War
Mexican War
World War I
World War I
A series of four videos have been produced using the approach seen in "Growth of a Nation." Geographic elements are the actors used to portray history on a large scale, and are thus made memorable. Click an image above for more information on that video. Each video description is followed by resources for that period of history. For purchase go to distributors.

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Resources for All American History
Narration Timeline Web Sites Primary Sources

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