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- History of food : A cultural study that involves multidisciplinary approaches from economics, sociology and demography, and even literature.
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- 9-11 Attack : The largest terrorist attack on the continental United States, occurring on September 11, 2001, using hijacked airliners as suicide weapons against major buildings.
- Academia : An umbrella term for scholars and their institutions.
- Academic journal : A regularly-published, peer-reviewed publication that publishes scholarship relating to an academic discipline.
- Alexander Hamilton : (1757-1804) American politician, financier and political theorist who authored the Federalist Papers.
- Articles of Confederation : The first constitution of the United States of America.
- Atlantic History : Specialty field in history that studies of the Atlantic World in the early modern period.
- Black history : A movement that developed out of the same forces that shaped the Civil Rights Movement.
- Business history : Chronology of the development and history of business.
- Charles Evans Hughes : Add brief definition or description
- Chicago : Largest city in Illinois and the Midwest United States with a population of 2.8m.
- Chinese Exclusion Act : Law passed by the United States Congress in 1882 that attempted to prevent the large scale immigration of Chinese workers into America.
- Civilian Conservation Corps : Add brief definition or description
- Colonial America : The eastern United States and parts of Canada from the time of European settlement to the time of the American Revolution.
- Dwight D. Eisenhower : (1890-1969) A career soldier who was the top Allied commander in Europe in World War II, and who later served as the 34th president of the United States (1953-1961).
- Edmund Burke : (1729–97) British political thinker who opposed the French Revolution and developed a coherent conservative philosophy.
- Henry Kissinger : (1923—) American academic, diplomat, and simultaneously Assistant to the President for National Security Affairs and Secretary of State in the Nixon Administration; promoted realism (foreign policy) and détente with China and the Soviet Union; shared 1973 Nobel Peace Prize for ending the Vietnam War; Director, Atlantic Council
- King Philip's War : Fought between 1675-76, a war in eastern New England between a coalition of Native Americans against English colonists; an English victory
- Mexican-American War : (1846-1848) war between Mexico and the United States over Mexican territories between the Gila and Rio Grande Rivers in the south and the 42d parallel north (Texas and the Mexican Cession)
- Military History : Add brief definition or description
- Military history : The study of armed conflict between nations or other identifiable groups, and the many components, background factors, and implications and impact of those conflicts on nations, individuals and perceptions.
- Newfoundland and Labrador : Province in Eastern Canada.
- Quakers : Protestant denomination founded among English Puritans in the 17th century by George Fox and characterized by pacifism and the belief that Christ works directly in the soul of the believer; known formally as the Religious Society of Friends.
- Richard Nixon : American politician (1913–1994); President of the United States 1969–1974. Known for ending the Vietnam War and for the Watergate scandal.
- Social history : A branch of history that examines ordinary people and their strategies of coping with life, social organizations, social movements and deliberate attempts to induce social change.
- Third Party System : The political universe in American politics from about 1854 to the mid 1890s; the main concerns were nationalism.
- Thomas Jefferson : (1743-1826) Third President of the United States; author of the Declaration of Independence and the Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom; father of the University of Virginia