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Study on the go with VangoNotes. Based on one of the best-selling American History textbooks, VangoNotes are suitable for use with ANY American History course. These essential audio reviews cover topics from 1865 to the present. Now wherever you are -- whatever you're doing -- you can study American History by listening to the following for each topic in your course:

  • Big Ideas: Your "need to know" for each chapter
  • Practice Test: A gut check for the Big Ideas - tells you if you need to keep studying
  • Key Terms: Audio "flashcards" to help you review key concepts and terms
  • Rapid Review: A quick drill session - use it right before your test


    VangoNotes are flexible; download all the material directly to your player, or only the chapters you need. And they're efficient. Use them in your car, at the gym, walking to class, wherever. So get yours today. And get studying.

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    • Tad
    • USA
    • 12-28-08

    Great explanation of US History

    These notes put our history into common understanding. Very easy to listen to and takes all concepts of history and puts them into reason. This would make an excellent camponion to a US History course.

    5 of 5 people found this review helpful