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AP European History
-Complete interactive list with every French and English monarch or leader listed chronologically with explanations

-Complete downloadable list with every monarch and leader of France, England, and a bit of Spain with their explanations and a list of all Prime Ministers of England and their terms of office

-16 chapter summaries for "Civilization in the West: Fourth Edition".

-Monarchs/Leaders of France

-Monarchs of England

-Click here to download an original list of Monarchs/Leaders of England, France, and a bit of Spain (includes all English Prime Ministers without explanations)

Note: The following are summaries for "Civilization in the West: Fourth Edition". Summaries are either in 8 pt or 12 pt font. Bold faced words are on Toy's list of "Key Terms, People, and Events". Underlined and italicized words are on Toy's list of "New Geographical Locations". Underlined words are terms not on the list.*

-Chapter 9
-Chapter 10

-Chapter 12
-Chapter 13


-Chapter 16

-Chapter 18

-Chapter 20
-Chapter 21
-Chapter 22

-Chapter 24
-Chapter 25
-Chapter 26
-Chapter 27
-Chapter 28
-Chapter 29
-Chapter 30


AP U.S. History
Note: The following are summaries for "The American Pageant: Tenth Edition". Summaries are in 8 pt font. Bold faced words are on Toy's list I. (people). Bold faced and italicized words are on Toy's list II. (concepts). Bold faced and underlined words are on Toy's list III. (acts, groups, organizations, etc.). Underlined words are terms not on the list.*
-Chapters 1 and 2
-Chapter 3
-Chapter 4
-Chapter 5
-Chapter 6 **




*Not all summaries obey these rules. Terms in Chapters 27-30 of AP European History may be italicized, indicating that they were listed on the next chapter's list of terms. Exceptions to the rules listed include, but are not limited to, cases where book names are listed as a term, and would therefore receive proper facing in addition to being italicized. Adjustments will be made accordingly for those AP U.S. History terms lists that have one or two sections rather than the standard three.
**This guide is in colloquial paragraph form in the way I understand the chapter after reading it 2-4 times and understanding the details and concepts. This format can be used by somebody who knows the chapter very well or somebody who hasn't even read a word. I believe this guide is the next best thing to reading the chapter. However, at least follow along with any maps that may be avaiable in the book. The guide is ready to print on several pages. I recommend printing front and back and changing the font color to any shade of grey to save paper and ink. Enlarge the font if you'd like to read the guide off your computer screen.