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American Past With Infotrac: A Survey of American History, to 1877

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Summary

1. When Worlds Collide: America and Europe Before 10,000 B.C.- A.D. 1550. 2. England in America: The Struggle to Plant a Colony 1550-1624. 3. Puritans and Proprietors: Colonial America 1620-1732. 4. Colonial Society: English Legacies, American Facts of Life. 5. Other Americans: The Indians, French, and Africans of Colonial North America. 6. British America: The Colonies at the Equinox. 7. Years of Tumult: The Quarrel with Great Britain 1763-1770. 8. Riot to Rebellion: The Road to Independence 1770-1776. 9. War for Independence: Winning the Revolution 1776-1781. 10. Inventing a Country: American Constitutions 1781-1789. 11. We the People: Putting the Constitution to Work 1789-1800. 12. The Age of Jefferson: Expansion and Frustration 1800-1815. 13. Beyond the Appalachian Ridge: The West in the Early Nineteenth Century. 14. Nation Awakening: Political, Diplomatic, and Economic Developments 1815-1824. 15. Hero of the People: The Age of Andrew Jackson 1824-1830. 16. In the Shadow of Old Hickory: Personalities and Politics 1830-1842. 17. Sects, Utopias, Visionaries, Reformers: Popular Culture in Antebellum America. 18. A Different Country: The South. 19. The Peculiar Institution: Slavery as It Was Perceived and as It Was. 20. From Sea to Shining Sea: American Expansion 1820-1848. 21. Apples of Discord: The Poisoned Fruits of Victory 1844-1854. 22. The Collapse of the Old Union: The Road to Secession 1854-1861. 23. Tidy Plans, Ugly Realities: The Civil War 1861-1862. 24. Driving Old Dixie Down: General Grant's War of Attrition 1863-1865. 25. Reconstruction: Rebuilding the Shattered Union: 1863-1877. Appendices. Photo Credits. Index.

Table of Contents

Preface to the Seventh Edition xxi
Discoveries
Indians, Europeans, and America 15,000 B.C.--A.D. 1550
1(17)
The First Colonization
2(3)
How They Lived
Locked in a Circle of Time
5(1)
Europe: Driven, Dynamic, Expansive
6(2)
Portugal and Spain: The Vanguard of Exploration
8(3)
The Spanish Empire
11(3)
The Columbian Exchange
14(2)
For Further Reading
16(2)
Settlement Across the Sea
The Idea, the Failures, Success 1550-1624
18(13)
England's Slow Turn Toward America
18(2)
The Elizabethan Age: Seedbed of Colonization
20(2)
Beginnings of Empire
22(2)
How They Lived
Common Seamen
24(1)
Jamestown
25(4)
Other Beginnings
29(1)
For Further Reading
30(1)
English America
The Thirteen Colonies 1620-1732
31(14)
New England Colonies
31(5)
The Expansion of New England
36(2)
Royal and Proprietary Colonies
38(3)
How They Lived
Sunday in Massachusetts
41(2)
For Further Reading
43(2)
English Legacies, American Facts of Life
Colonial Society in the 1600s
45(14)
Trade Laws
45(2)
Mercantilism in the South
47(4)
How They Lived Finding the Way
51(1)
New England
52(4)
The Middle Colonies
56(1)
For Further Reading
57(2)
Other Americans
The Indians, French, and Africans of Colonial North America
59(17)
The Indians of North America
59(2)
People of the Eastern Woodlands
61(1)
Confrontation
62(4)
The French in North America
66(2)
Americans from Africa
68(1)
How They Lived
Enslavement
69(3)
The Slave Trade
72(2)
For Further Reading
74(2)
A Maturing Society
Society, Culture, and War in the 1700s
76(15)
Society and Economy
77(4)
The Colonies at War
81(1)
How They Lived
Piracy's Golden Age
82(2)
The Long Peace, 1713-1739
84(3)
The End of French America
87(3)
For Further Reading
90(1)
Years of Tumult
The Quarrel with Great Britain 1763-1770
91(14)
The Problems of Empire
91(3)
How They Lived
The Matriarchal Iroquois
94(4)
The Stamp Act Crisis
98(1)
The British Constitution
99(2)
British Policies and Policy Makers
101(2)
For Further Reading
103(2)
From Riot to Rebellion
The Road to Independence 1770-1776
105(14)
Storms Within the Lull
105(3)
The March Toward War
108(3)
The Beginning of a Revolution
111(1)
How They Lived
Planter Politicians
112(3)
The Final Breakaway
115(3)
For Further Reading
118(1)
The War for Independence
Winning the Revolution 1776-1781
119(14)
The Imbalance of Power
119(3)
The Times that Try Men's Souls
122(3)
Turning Point
125(6)
How They Lived
Ignoring the Revolution
131(1)
For Further Reading
131(2)
Inventing A Country
American Constitutions 1781-1789
133(15)
The Revolution on Paper
133(2)
America Under the Articles of Confederation
135(3)
Difficulties and Failures
138(2)
How They Lived
Forest to Farm
140(2)
The Constitution
142(3)
Ratification of the Constitution
145(2)
For Further Reading
147(1)
We the People
Putting the Constitution to Work 1789-1800
148(16)
The First Presidency
148(3)
How They Lived
Birthing
151(2)
Troubles Abroad
153(4)
The Tumultuous Northwest
157(1)
Federalists Versus Republicans
158(5)
For Further Reading
163(1)
Jeffersonian America
Expansion and Frustration 1800-1815
164(16)
The Sage of Monticello
164(1)
Jefferson as President
165(2)
The Louisiana Purchase
167(3)
Foreign Woes
170(3)
Jemmy Applejohn and the War of 1812
173(1)
How They Lived
Socializing on the Frontier
174(5)
For Further Reading
179(1)
Beyond the Appalachians
The West in the Early Nineteenth Century
180(16)
The First American West
180(2)
Patterns of Settlement
182(4)
Problems and Programs
186(2)
How They Lived
Digging the Erie Canal
188(1)
The Transportation Revolution
189(6)
For Further Reading
195(1)
Nation Awakening
Political and Economic Development 1815-1824
196(17)
The Era of Good Feelings
196(4)
The Industrial Revolution in America
200(4)
A Country Made for Industry
204(1)
How They Lived
On the Road
205(2)
The South at the Crossroads
207(4)
For Further Reading
211(2)
Hero of the People
Andrew Jackson and a New Era 1824-1830
213(15)
The Skewed Election of 1824
213(3)
The Age of the Common Man
216(2)
The Revolution of 1828
218(2)
How They Lived
Dueling and Brawling the American Way
220(3)
Issues of Jackson's First Term
223(4)
For Further Reading
227(1)
In the Shadow of Old Hickory
Personalities and Politics 1830-1842
228(14)
Van Buren Versus Calhoun
228(3)
The War with the Bank
231(2)
The Second American Party System
233(1)
How They Lived
Alma Mater
234(6)
For Further Reading
240(2)
Enthusiasm
Evangelicals, Utopians, Reformers
242(15)
Religious Ferment
242(4)
Utopian Communities
246(2)
Transcendentalism
248(1)
Philanthropists and Reformers
249(1)
How They Lived
How Others Saw Us
250(2)
Moral Uplift
252(3)
The Women's Movement
255(1)
For Further Reading
256(1)
A Different Country
The South
257(11)
Southern Antislavery
257(3)
Threats of the Southern Order
260(3)
Entrenchment of the South
263(1)
How They Lived
Pork
264(3)
For Further Reading
267(1)
The Peculiar Institution
Slavery as It Was Perceived and as It Was
268(13)
Images of Slavery
268(3)
What Slavery Was Like
271(3)
Life in the Quarters
274(3)
How They Lived
African Slave Traders: Defying the Law
277(1)
Protest
278(2)
For Further Reading
280(1)
From Sea to Shining Sea
American Expansion 1820-1848
281(14)
Texas
281(4)
The Oregon Country
285(1)
How They Lived
Zorro and the Californios
286(1)
Manifest Destiny
287(7)
For Further Reading
294(1)
Apples Of Discord
Poisoned Fruits of Victory 1844-1854
295(13)
The Sectional Split
295(2)
The California Crisis
297(2)
How They Lived
How They Mined Gold
299(2)
The Compromise of 1850
301(2)
The Kansas-Nebraska Act
303(4)
For Further Reading
307(1)
The Collapse of the Union
The Road to Secession 1854-1861
308(16)
``Bleeding Kansas''
308(3)
A Hardening of Lines
311(4)
How They Lived
The Know-Nothing Mind
315(1)
The Election of 1860
316(1)
How the Union Broke
317(5)
For Further Reading
322(2)
Tidy Plans, Ugly Realities
The Civil War Through 1862
324(17)
The Art and Science of War
324(4)
The Sobering Campaign of 1861
328(1)
How They Lived
Facing Battle
329(4)
1862 and Stalemate
333(7)
For Further Reading
340(1)
Driving Old Dixie Down
General Grant's War of Attrition 1863-1865
341(15)
The Campaigns of 1863
341(5)
Total War
346(3)
How They Lived
Marching Through Georgia
349(1)
The American Tragedy
350(2)
Consequences of the Civil War
352(3)
For Further Reading
355(1)
Aftermath
The Reconstruction of the Union 1865-1877
356
The Reconstruction Debate
356(3)
The Critical Year
359(2)
Reconstruction Realities and Myths
361(4)
The Grant Administration
365(2)
How They Lived
Black Politicos
367(2)
The Twilight of Reconstruction
369(1)
For Further Reading
369
Appendix 1(1)
Photo Credits 1(1)
Index 1


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