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J. William T. Youngs, award-winning historian and editor of Pacific Northwest Forum, has been teaching American history at Eastern Washington University since 1972. He has also written many book reviews for the Seattle Times and is the author of Eleanor Roosevelt: A Personal and Public Life.
Table of Contents
|The Native Americans|
|October 11, 1492||p. 1|
|The English Background|
|A Puritan Death: John and Thomasine Winthrop||p. 15|
|The British American|
|William Byrd in Two Worlds||p. 29|
|Reform in Colonial America|
|John Woolman on Goodness and Greed||p. 45|
|Jonathan Boucher and the Pre-Revolutionary Crisis||p. 61|
|The American Revolution|
|1776: The Continental Army in the Year of Independence||p. 77|
|Testing the Constitution|
|The Alien and Sedition Acts||p. 97|
|The Lewis and Clark Expedition||p. 113|
|The Limits of Jacksonian Democracy|
|The Cherokee Removal||p. 131|
|Abolitionists and Antiabolitionists|
|William Lloyd Garrison and the Broadcloth Mob||p. 149|
|The Texas Revolution|
|Lorenzo de Zavala and Sam Houston||p. 165|
|Reform in the Early Republic|
|The Seneca Falls Convention of 1848||p. 189|
|Down the Santa Fe Trail with Susan Shelby Magoffin, 1846-1847||p. 203|
|A Slave's Story|
|Abd Rahman Ibrahima's Journey from Slavery to Freedom||p. 227|
|The Civil War|
|Two Soldiers and Their Worlds||p. 247|
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