Chapter 1:
Major Civilizations
Chapter 2:
14th - 16th Century
Chapter 3:
Chapter 4:
Chapter 5:
Age of Discovery
Chapter 6:
Great Power System
Chapter 7:
Scientific Revolution
Chapter 8:
Chapter 9:
Democratic Revolution
Chapter 10:
Industrial Revolution
Chapter 11:
Modern Ideologies
Chapter 12:
Age of Imperialism

In addition to what is posted under the chapter headings, the following student created materials are relevant to Early Modern World History.

  • "Amish Life" by Heather Sandoval

  • "Anti-Semitism" by Olivia Lefere

  • "Attention Citizens of Germany" by Eric DeWulf

  • "Britain in the U.S. Civil War" by Jenson Phillips

  • "Charles Darwin and His Finches" by Brad Page

  • "The Columbian Exchange" by Malori Torey

  • "Critical Thinking with John Locke and Unflattening" by Kenneth Pichler, Jr.

  • "The Crusades" by Cameron Harrison

  • "Drinking and Driving" by Ryan Goyette

  • "Galileo's Telescope" by aylor Oltman

  • "How Sherlock Holmes Invented Modern Forensics" by Eric Andrews

  • "The Industrial Revolution" by Nathan Baines

  • "Islamic Golden Age Mini Lesson" by Joseph Haglund

  • "Islamic Golden Age" by Jacob Kirsten

  • "Kamikaze" by Lloyd Schillinger

  • "The Medici Family" by Davide Di Poce

  • "Once Upon A Coffee Bean" by Matthew Murphy

  • "The Origins of Human Nature" by Caton Hacker

  • "Paper Money: The Greatest Thievery in Human History" by Jacob Lawrence

  • "Planetary Motion" by Jacob Kirsten

  • "Sculpture Mini Lesson" by Alex Podolski

  • "A Shift in Values" by Dillon Stock

  • "The Slave Trade and 19th Century Economic Growth " by Brigitte Jabbaar

  • "A 21st Century Perspective on the Age of Discovery" by Jacob Lawrence

Self portrait of Miyamoto Musashi (c. 1640) known for his swordsmanship. He is the author of The Book of Five Rings.