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For more than twenty-five years,After the Facthas guided students through American history and the methods used to study it. In dramatic episodes that move chronologically through American history, this best-selling book examines a broad variety of topics including oral evidence, photographs, ecological data, films and television programs, church and town records, census data, and novels. Whether for an introductory survey or for a historical methods course, After the Fact is the ideal text to introduce readers, step by step, to the detective work and analytical approaches historians use when they are actually doing history..
Table of Contents
|Prologue: The Strange Death of Silas Deane||p. xvii|
|Serving Time in Virginia||p. 31|
|Past And Present: Is Slavery Dead?||p. 51|
|The Visible and Invisible Worlds of Salem||p. 52|
|Declaring Independence||p. 75|
|Material Witness||p. 98|
|Past And Present: Inside The Information Revolution||p. 123|
|Jackson's Frontier-and Turner's||p. 124|
|The Madness of John Brown||p. 148|
|The View from the Bottom Rail||p. 171|
|Past And Present: Whose Oral History?||p. 201|
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