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Notes for different editions of American Pageant.

pianogirl2422's picture

Okay people, I'm only gonna say this once and everyone else is gonna get re-directed here, because while I'm happy to answer your questions, I don't like answer the same question over and over and over again. So this is one thread explaining how to use the 11ed. notes for all editions asked for.

9th Edition

Okay, Here's what I think has happened. Between the 9ed. and the 11ed. Bailey et. all simply merged some of the chapters together. Like between 11 ed. and 13ed. there are three less chapters.

So if you see that you have two chapters inbetween certain chapters listed on the 11ed. notes instead of one, then they probably just combined those two chapters. The notes should stay about the same. And if you can't find outlines for a specific chapter, like if you have a chapter inbetween two where the newer edition doesn't, then feel free to ask where they might be.

12th and 13th Editions

The chapters are basically the same, except there's a chapter added somewhere around the Civil War chapters, and one around the end of the book (and you're crazy to think that I'm gonna look it up on my vacation). And that's it. All you have to do is skip that chapter, add the added chapter to the previous chapter's outlines, and you're pretty much set.

Now, if you guys have problems understanding this, or have more questions or what-not, please post in here and don't make another thread. Please!

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doubleg's picture

yeah im reading the outlines right now and around chap 13 the titles slightly start to change...so im kind of worried now because i cant really tell if its the same or not =[

Zeekyt's picture

Ok, im new here, and I cant find the outlines. I followe what was said earlier in the post, but still nothing coming up

pianogirl2422's picture

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"I refuse to prove that I exist," says God, "for proof denies faith, and without faith I am nothing."
"But," say Man, "the Babel fish is a dead giveaway, isn't it? It could not have evolved by chance. It

lostbook's picture

i found a sight that has the 12th edition outline notes but i need 13th...there exactly the same you say?
so i can just study from the 12th ed.?

ESommers's picture

Yea you can it's not any diffrent my poor school just got the 13th we use to have the 9th yea I know but they're baisically the same and some just have diffrent chapter but if you look at the title your good to go!!!

lostbook's picture

k ty...ill try to manage...

aznsmarts03's picture

thnx very much

apushnelson's picture

hi im new. and im wondering where i could find the notes for the 12th or 13th edition of american pageant. the notes on this site says its only from the 11th edition.


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