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Arnold-Forster's History of England Scheduled for Years 7 and 8

A History of England from the Landing of Julius Caesar to the Present Day by by H. O. Arnold-Forster (online at archive.org, Google Books; also available from used booksellers or in reprint)

Year 7

Week 1
Arnold-Forster ch 1 The Romans in Britain
Week 2
Arnold-Forster ch 2. The coming of the Saxons
Week 3
Arnold-Forster ch 3. The Saxon Conquest
Week 4
Arnold-Forster ch 4. How the Saxons became English and the English became Christians
Week 5
Arnold-Forster ch 5. The Northmen
Week 6
Arnold-Forster ch 6. The Reign of King Alfred
Week 7
Arnold-Forster ch 7. The English Kings from Edward "the Elder" to Edward "the Martyr"
Week 8
Arnold-Forster ch 8. The Danish Conquest
Week 9
Arnold-Forster ch 9. The Danish Kings and Edward the Confessor
Week 10
Arnold-Forster ch 10. The Norman Conquerors
Week 11
Arnold-Forster ch 11. The Story of the English
Week 12
Arnold-Forster ch 12. The Historians and Writers of England before the Norman Conquest

Week 13
Arnold-Forster ch 13. William I--The Norman Conquest
Week 14
Arnold-Forster ch 14. Feudalism
Week 15
Arnold-Forster ch 15. William II, "The Red King"
Week 16
Arnold-Forster ch 16. Henry I
Week 17
Arnold-Forster ch 17. Stephen
Week 18
Arnold-Forster ch 18. Henry II
Week 19
Arnold-Forster ch 19. Richard Coeur-de-Lion
Week 20
Arnold-Forster ch 20. John--the History of the Charters
Week 21
Arnold-Forster ch 21. What the Great Charter Did for Englishmen
Week 22
Arnold-Forster ch 22. Henry III--The Parliament of England
Week 23
Arnold-Forster ch 23. Edward I and "The Breaking of Wales"
Week 24
Arnold-Forster ch 24. Scotland

Week 25
Arnold-Forster ch 25. Edward II--"The Making of Scotland"
Week 26
Arnold-Forster ch 26. Edward III--"The Ruin of France"
Week 27
Arnold-Forster ch 27. Richard II: (1) Wat Tyler, (2) The Banishment of Bolingbroke
Week 28
Arnold-Forster ch 27. Richard II: (3) Geoffrey Chaucer, (4) The Black Death--John Wycliffe
Week 29
Arnold-Forster ch 28. Henry IV
Week 30
Arnold-Forster ch 29. Henry V
Week 31
Arnold-Forster ch 30. Henry VI--"The Freeing of France"
Week 32
Arnold-Forster ch 31. York and Lancaster
Week 33
Arnold-Forster ch 32. Edward IV
Week 34
Arnold-Forster ch 33. The Invention of Printing
Week 35
Arnold-Forster ch 34. Edward V and Richard III: (1) The Last of the Plantagenets
Week 36
Arnold-Forster ch 34. Edward V and Richard III: (2) The First of the Tudors, (3) The Union of the Roses

Year 8

Week 1
Arnold-Forster ch 35. Henry VII: (1) The Tudors, (2). Henry VII: The King's Title, (3) Henry VII: Lambert Simnel; or, Carpenter, King, and Kitchen Boy; (4). Henry VII: Perkin Warbeck
Week 2
Arnold-Forster ch 35 Henry VII: (5) How the King Got Rich, (6) What the Rich King Did With His Money, (7) Some Royal Marriages, (8) Some Changes Abroad
Week 3
Arnold-Forster ch 36. Henry VIII and England at War
Week 4
Arnold-Forster ch 37. The Great Cardinal and the King's Divorce
Week 5
Arnold-Forster ch 38. The Protestant Reformation
Week 6
Arnold-Forster ch 39. Henry as Head of the Church
Week 7
Arnold-Forster ch 40. Edward VI
Week 8
Arnold-Forster ch 41. What the Reformation Meant AND ch 42. Mary
Week 9
Arnold-Forster ch 43. Elizabeth--The Protestant Queen
Week 10
Arnold-Forster ch 44 Mary Queen of Scots AND 45. Protestants and Roman Catholics
Week 11
Arnold-Forster ch 46. The Great Armada AND 47. Last Years of the Great Queen
Week 12
Arnold-Forster ch 48. A New World and a New Age; ch Arnold-Forster's History of England ch 49. Literature and Art in the Tudor Period AND ch 50. Parliament—Dress--Dwellings--Schools--The Calendar

Week 13
Arnold-Forster ch 51. James Stuart, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: (1) How a Stuart became King of England, (2) The New King and His Subjects (first quarter)
Week 14
Arnold-Forster ch 51. James Stuart, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: (3) The Doctrine of "Divine Right", (4) The Beginning of Troubles (second quarter)
Week 15
Arnold-Forster ch 51. James Stuart, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: (5) The Pilgrim Fathers, (6) The Gunpowder Plot, (7) James Quarrels with the House of Commons (third quarter)
Week 16
Arnold-Forster ch 51. James Stuart, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland: (8) The Ancestors of King George V, (9) The Translation of the Bible, (10) The Union with Scotland, and the Plantation of Ulster (last quarter)
Week 17
Arnold-Forster ch 52. Charles I--How the King angered the Parliament: (1) Cavaliers and Roundheads (first third)
Week 18
Arnold-Forster ch 52. Charles I--How the King angered the Parliament: (2) The Quarrel Grows, (3) The King Sets Aside Magna Charta (second third)
Week 19
Arnold-Forster ch 52. Charles I--How the King angered the Parliament: (4) Charles as an Absolute King, (5) The Petition of Right: A Storm in the Commons (last third)
Week 20
Arnold-Forster ch 53. The King defies Parliament: (1) Ship-money (first third)
Week 21
Arnold-Forster ch 53. The King defies Parliament: (2) Two Evil Counsellors, (3) The Long Parliament (second third)
Week 22
Arnold-Forster finish ch 53. The King defies Parliament: (4) The Arrest of the Five Members AND
54. How Parliament punished the King: (1) War (first part)
Week 23
Arnold-Forster ch 54. How Parliament punished the King: (2) Cromwell and the "Ironsides," (3) The Rise of the "Independents" and the "New Model"
Week 24
Arnold-Forster ch 54. How Parliament punished the King: (4) The King's Crown Goes Down, (5) The Death of the King

Week 25
Arnold-Forster ch 55. The Commonwealth of England: (1) The Commons Triumphant, (2) Cromwell in Ireland
Week 26
Arnold-Forster ch 55. The Commonwealth of England: (3) Dunbar and Worcestor, (4) The Quarrel with the Dutch, (5) The Fight for the Carrying Trade (first half)
Week 27
Arnold-Forster ch 55. The Commonwealth of England: (6) The End of the Long Parliament, (7) His Highness the Lord Protector of the Commonwealth, (8) The End of the Commonwealth, (9) The Restoration (second half)
Week 28
Arnold-Forster ch 56. Charles II: (1) A Fair Beginning (first quarter)
Week 29
Arnold-Forster ch 56. Charles II: (2) The Dutch in the Medway; or, England Disgraced (second quarter)
Week 30
Arnold-Forster ch 56. Charles II: (3) Pestilence and Fire (third quarter)
Week 31
Arnold-Forster ch 56. Charles II: (4) The "Cabal"--the Test Act--"Habeas Corpus." (last quarter)
Week 32
Arnold-Forster ch 57. James II and the End of Absolute Monarchy in England: (1) A Bad Beginning (first quarter)
Week 33
Arnold-Forster ch 57. James II and the End of Absolute Monarchy in England: (2) Sedgemoor (second quarter)
Week 34
Arnold-Forster ch 57. James II and the End of Absolute Monarchy in England: (3) From Bad to Worse (third quarter)
Week 35
Arnold-Forster ch 57. James II and the End of Absolute Monarchy in England: (4) The Throne Becomes Vacant (last quarter)
Week 36
Arnold-Forster ch 58. William III and Mary--The Revolution and Limited Monarchy