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Table of Contents
|The Cross and the Sword in Spain's New World: Bartolomé de Las Casas and Hernán Cortés||p. 1|
|Cortés Describes the Aztecs (1519, 1520)||p. 11|
|An Aztec View of the Temple Massacre (ca. 1550)||p. 13|
|Cortés Defends Encomiendas (1522)||p. 14|
|Las Casas Attacks Conversion by Conquest (1537)||p. 15|
|Las Casas Attacks Encomiendas (1542)||p. 16|
|Revolt on the Virginia Frontier: Nathaniel Bacon and William Berkeley||p. 18|
|Frontier Planters Appeal to Governor William Berkeley (Spring 1676)||p. 28|
|"Declaration and Remonstrance" (May 1676)||p. 29|
|A Summary of the June Assembly's Laws (1676)||p. 30|
|Bacon's Manifesto (July 1676)||p. 30|
|Grievances Submitted to the King's Commissioners (1677)||p. 31|
|Enthusiasm, Authority, and the Great Awakening: James Davenport and Charles Chauncy||p. 34|
|"A Song of Praise" (1742)||p. 44|
|Enthusiasm Described and Caution'd Against (1742)||p. 45|
|"A Report on Religious Excess at New London" (1743)||p. 47|
|Confession and Retractions (1744)||p. 48|
|Seasonable Thoughts on the State of Religion in New-England (1743)||p. 49|
|The Price of Patriotism: Jonathan Sewall and John Adams||p. 51|
|"Instructions of the Town of Braintree to the Representative" (1765)||p. 61|
|Jonathan Sewall Offers a Defense of British Authority (1771)||p. 62|
|Jonathan Sewall on the Revolutionary Threat (1775)||p. 63|
|"Novanglus" (1775)||p. 64|
|The Conflict over the Constitution: Patrick Henry and James Madison||p. 67|
|"Observations on the New Constitution" (1788)||p. 76|
|"The Federalist No. 10" (1788)||p. 77|
|Speech to the Virginia Convention (June 4, 1788)||p. 78|
|Speech to the Virginia Convention (June 5, 1788)||p. 79|
|"The Federalist No. 39" (1788)||p. 80|
|Political Conflict in the Early Republic: Benjamin Franklin Bache and Alexander Hamilton||p. 83|
|"To the People of the United States" (1794)||p. 93|
|Benjamin Bache on Hamilton and the Whiskey Rebellion (1794)||p. 95|
|"The French Revolution" (1794)||p. 96|
|Resolutions of the Pennsylvania Democratic Society (1794)||p. 97|
|Hamilton Defends Jay's Treaty (1795)||p. 98|
|Benjamin Bache Assaults Jay's Treaty (1795)||p. 100|
|Resistance and Western Expansion: Tecumseh and William Henry Harrison||p. 103|
|Letter to William Henry Harrison (1803)||p. 111|
|Letter to William Eustis, Secretary of War (1809)||p. 112|
|A Discourse on the Aborigines of the Ohio Valley (1839)||p. 113|
|Tecumseh, Speech to Harrison at Vincennes (1810)||p. 113|
|Tecumseh, "Sleep Not Longer, O Choctaws and Chickasaws" (1811)||p. 114|
|The Fruits of the Factory System: Sarah Bagley and Nathan Appleton||p. 117|
|"The Introduction of the Power Loom, and Origin of Lowell" (1858)||p. 128|
|Regulations of the Appleton Company (1833)||p. 129|
|"The Pleasures of Factory Life" (1840)||p. 130|
|"Voluntary?" (1845)||p. 131|
|"Labor, Its Relations, in Europe and the United States, Compared" (1844)||p. 131|
|Politics, Morality, and Race in the Abolitionist Crusade: William Lloyd Garrison and Frederick Douglass||p. 134|
|Detail of Liberator Masthead (1831)||p. 145|
|Garrison Announces His New Reform Policy (1837)||p. 146|
|Douglass Recounts His Life as a Slave (1845)||p. 147|
|Garrison Announces "No Union with Slaveholders" (1844)||p. 148|
|Frederick Douglass Responds to William Lloyd Garrison (1853)||p. 149|
|"The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro" (1852)||p. 150|
|The Feminine Sphere in Antebellum Society: Catharine Beecher and Elizabeth Cady Stanton||p. 153|
|"Differences Between the Sexes" (1835)||p. 165|
|Catharine Beecher on Women's Proper Place (1837)||p. 166|
|A Treatise on Domestic Economy (1841)||p. 168|
|Elizabeth Cady Stanton Addresses the Seneca Falls Convention (1848)||p. 169|
|Elizabeth Cady Stanton Answers the Critics of Woman's Rights (1848)||p. 170|
|Manifest Destiny and Conquest: Thomas Larkin and Juan Bautista Alvarado||p. 173|
|Richard Henry Dana Assesses the Californios (1840)||p. 183|
|Thomas Larkin on the Situation in California (1845)||p. 184|
|Juan Bautista Alvarado on the Conquest of California (1876)||p. 185|
|Vigilante Justice in Los Angeles (1857)||p. 186|
|The South and the Slavery Debate: Hinton Rowan Helper and George Fitzhugh||p. 189|
|Slavery Justified (1850)||p. 198|
|Cannibals All! (1857)||p. 199|
|Hinton Rowan Helper on Chinese Immigrants (1855)||p. 201|
|The Impending Crisis of the South (1857)||p. 202|
|Reminiscences of Georgia (1850)||p. 203|
|Yankees and "Border Ruffians" in "Bleeding Kansas": Sara Robinson and David Atchison||p. 207|
|"Address to the People of the Southern States" (1849)||p. 218|
|Report of the Committee to Investigate the Troubles in Kansas (1856)||p. 219|
|Sara Robinson on "Bleeding Kansas" (1856)||p. 220|
|Sara Robinson on the "Sack" of Lawrence (1856)||p. 221|
|David Atchison on the "Abolitionist" Threat (1856)||p. 222|
|Mr. Lincoln's War: Clement Vallandigham and Benjamin Wade||p. 225|
|Benjamin Wade Assaults a Southern Colleague (1854)||p. 235|
|Letter to Horace Greeley (1862)||p. 236|
|The Wade-Davis Manifesto (1864)||p. 237|
|"The Great Civil War in America" (1863)||p. 238|
|Clement Vallandigham Attacks Benjamin Wade (1862)||p. 239|
|Race and Redemption in the Reconstructed South: Robert Smalls and Wade Hampton||p. 242|
|"Memorial to the Senate and House of Representatives" (1865)||p. 254|
|Wade Hampton Protests to the President (1866)||p. 255|
|A Northerner Assesses Southern Attitudes (1866)||p. 257|
|Wade Hampton Testifies before a Congressional Committee (1871)||p. 259|
|Representative Robert Smalls Protests the Withdrawal of Federal Troops (1876)||p. 263|
|Instructions to Red Shirts (1876)||p. 265|
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