his PowerPoint file supplies all of your content notes for the time period of 1777 (the Articles of Confederation) to 1824 (the Monroe Administration)! Truly a steal for the amount of prep/creation you'll be saving using this.
Use them as lecture guidelines, guided notes, written notes, or just as background. They also make a great item to give a student who misses time or goes on Homebound. The way I use them now is to facilitate a 'flipped classroom' model and my students love it!
Each slide comes with major information related to an idea, along with a specific image of quality to complement what is being explained (no clip art). Slides are grouped into sections for a day, and you can see where I divided them by the titles in the slides; a new titles means it is a new day.
I taught AP US History for years in a school which has students who have very little entry knowledge, and this was the best way to directly feed them information. I found these (created by me, of course) were much better than the PowerPoints of only images which come with textbooks.