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Out of Many : A History of the American People (to 1877)

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Table of Contents

Preface xxi
Community and Diversity xxviii
A Continent of Villages, to 1500
1(24)
Cahokia: Thirteenth-Century Life on the Mississippi
1(2)
Settling the Continent
3(3)
Who Are the Indian People?
3(1)
Migration from Asia
3(2)
Clovis: The First American Technology
5(1)
The Beginning of Regional Cultures
6(4)
Hunting Traditions of the Plains and Forests
6(1)
Desert Culture in Western America
7(1)
The Regions of Native North America
8(1)
Forest Efficiency
9(1)
The Development of Farming
10(7)
Mexico
10(1)
The Resisted Revolution
11(1)
Increasing Social Complexity
12(1)
The Religions of Foragers and Farmers
12(1)
Earliest Farmers of the Southwest
13(1)
The Anasazis
14(1)
Farmers of the Eastern Woodlands
14(1)
Mississippian Society
15(1)
The Politics of Warfare and Violence
16(1)
North America on the Eve of Colonization
17(8)
The Indian Population of America
17(1)
The Southwest
17(2)
The South
19(2)
The Northeast
21(1)
Chronology
22(1)
Conclusion
22(1)
Review Questions
23(1)
Recommended Reading
23(1)
Additional Bibliography
24(1)
When Worlds Collide, 1492--1590
25(24)
The English and the Algonquians at Roanoke
26(2)
The Expansion of Europe
28(5)
European Communities
28(1)
The Merchant Class and the Renaissance
29(1)
The New Monarchies
30(1)
Portuguese Explorations
30(1)
Columbus Reaches the Americas
31(2)
The Spanish in the Americas
33(6)
The Invasion of America
33(1)
The Destruction of the Indies
34(2)
Intercontinental Exchange
36(1)
The First Europeans in North America
37(2)
The Spanish New World Empire
39(1)
French and English Explorations and Encounters
39(10)
The Political Impact of the Reformation
40(1)
The French Colony in Florida
40(1)
Fish and Furs
41(2)
Social Change in Sixteenth-Century England
43(1)
England Turns toward Colonization
44(1)
Conclusion
45(1)
Chronology
46(1)
Review Questions
46(1)
Recommended Reading
46(1)
Additional Bibliography
47(2)
Planting Colonies in North America, 1588--1701
49(24)
Communities Struggle with Diversity in Seventeenth-Century Santa Fe
50(2)
The Spanish and French in North America
52(2)
New Mexico
52(1)
The First Communities of New France
53(1)
England in the Chesapeake
54(4)
Jamestown and the Powhatan Confederacy
54(1)
Tobacco, Expansion, and Warfare
55(1)
Maryland
56(1)
Indentured Servants
57(1)
Community Life in the Chesapeake
58(1)
The New England Colonies
58(6)
The Social and Political Values of Puritanism
58(1)
Early Contacts in New England
58(1)
Plymouth Colony and the Mayflower Compact
59(1)
The Massachusetts Bay Colony
59(1)
Indians and Puritans
60(1)
New England Communities
61(1)
The Politics of Gender in Massachusetts
62(1)
Dissent and New Communities
63(1)
The Restoration Colonies
64(2)
Early Carolina
64(1)
From New Netherland to New York
64(1)
The Founding of Pennsylvania
65(1)
Conflict and War
66(7)
King Philip's War
67(1)
Bacon's Rebellion
68(1)
Wars in the South
68(1)
The Glorious Revolution in America
69(1)
King William's War
69(1)
Chronology
70(1)
Conclusion
70(1)
Review Questions
70(1)
Recommended Reading
71(1)
Additional Bibliography
71(2)
Slavery and Empire, 1441--1770
73(30)
African Slaves Build Their Own Community in Coastal Georgia
74(2)
The Beginnings of African Slavery
76(2)
Sugar and Slavery
76(1)
West Africans
77(1)
The African Slave Trade
78(5)
The Demography of the Slave Trade
78(1)
Slavers of All Nations
79(1)
The Shock of Enslavement
79(2)
The Middle Passage
81(1)
Arrival in the New World
82(1)
Political and Economic Effects on Africa
82(1)
The Development of North American Slave Societies
83(5)
Slavery Comes to North America
83(1)
The Tobacco Colonies
84(1)
The Lower South
85(1)
Slavery in the Spanish Colonies
86(1)
French Louisiana
87(1)
Slavery in the North
87(1)
Becoming African American
88(4)
The Daily Life of Slaves
88(1)
Families and Communities
88(1)
African American Culture
89(1)
The Africanization of the South
90(1)
Violence and Resistance
91(1)
Slavery and the Structure of Empire
92(6)
Slavery the Mainspring
92(2)
The Politics of Mercantilism
94(1)
Wars for Empire
94(1)
British Colonial Regulation
95(2)
The Colonial Economy
97(1)
Slavery and Freedom
98(5)
The Social Structure of the Slave Colonies
98(1)
White Skin Privilege
99(1)
Chronology
100(1)
Conclusion
100(1)
Review Questions
101(1)
Recommended Reading
101(1)
Additional Bibliography
102(1)
The Cultures of Colonial North America, 1700--1780
103(29)
From Deerfield to Kahnawake: Crossing Cultural Boundaries
104(2)
North American Regions
106(2)
Indian America
106(2)
The Spanish Borderlands
108(1)
Regions in Eighteenth Century North America
108(11)
The French Crescent
111(1)
New England
112(1)
The Middle Colonies
113(1)
The Backcountry
114(1)
The South
115(1)
Traditional Culture in the New World
116(1)
The Frontier Heritage
117(2)
Diverging Social and Political Patterns
119(4)
Population Growth
119(1)
Social Class
120(1)
Economic Growth and Increasing Inequality
121(2)
Contrasts in Colonial Politics
123(1)
The Cultural Transformation of British North America
123(9)
The Enlightenment Challenge
124(1)
A Decline in Religious Devotion
125(1)
The Great Awakening
126(2)
Great Awakening Politics
128(1)
Chronology
128(1)
Conclusion
129(1)
Review Questions
129(1)
Recommended Reading
129(1)
Additional Bibliography
130(2)
From Empire to Independence, 1750--1776
132(30)
The First Continental Congress Shapes a National Political Community
133(2)
The Seven Years War in America
135(6)
The Albany Conference of 1754
135(1)
Colonial Aims and Indian Interests
135(2)
Frontier Warfare
137(1)
The Conquest of Canada
137(2)
Indians and Europeans Struggle over the West
139(2)
The Imperial Crisis in British North America
141(4)
The Emergence of American Nationalism
141(1)
Politics, Republicanism, and the Press
142(1)
The Sugar and Stamp Acts
143(1)
The Stamp Act Crisis
143(2)
Repeal of the Stamp Act
145(1)
``Save Your Money and Save Your Country''
145(4)
The Townshend Revenue Acts
145(1)
Nonimportation: An Early Political Boycott
146(1)
The Massachusetts Circular Letter
147(1)
The Politics of Revolt and the Boston Massacre
148(1)
From Resistance to Rebellion
149(5)
Intercolonial Cooperation
149(1)
The Boston Tea Party
150(1)
The Intolerable Acts
151(1)
The First Continental Congress
152(1)
Lexington and Concord
153(1)
Deciding for Independence
154(8)
The Second Continental Congress
155(1)
Fighting in the North and South
156(1)
No Turning Back
157(1)
The Declaration of Independence
158(1)
Chronology
159(1)
Conclusion
159(1)
Review Questions
160(1)
Recommended Reading
160(1)
Additional Bibliography
160(2)
The Creation of the United States, 1776--1786
162(31)
A National Community Evolves at Valley Forge
163(2)
The War for Independence
165(10)
The Patriot Forces
165(2)
The Loyalists
167(1)
The Campaign for New York and New Jersey
168(1)
The Northern Campaigns of 1777
169(1)
The Politics of the French and Spanish Alliance
170(2)
Indian Peoples and the Revolution
172(1)
The War in the South
173(2)
Yorktown
175(1)
The United States in Congress Assembled
175(7)
The Articles of Confederation
176(1)
Financing the War
176(1)
Negotiating Independence
177(1)
The Crisis of Demobilization
178(1)
The Problem of the West
179(1)
The Northwest Territory and the Land Survey System of the United States
180(2)
Revolutionary Politics in the States
182(11)
The Broadened Base of Politics
182(1)
The First State Constitutions
183(1)
Declarations of Rights
184(1)
A Spirit of Reform
184(1)
African Americans and the Revolution
185(2)
Economic Problems
187(1)
State Remedies
188(1)
Shays' Rebellion
189(1)
Conclusion
189(1)
Chronology
190(1)
Review Questions
190(1)
Recommended Reading
191(1)
Additional Bibliography
191(2)
The United States of North America, 1787--1800
193(29)
Mingo Creek Settlers Refuse to Pay the Whiskey Tax
194(2)
Forming a New Government
196(4)
Nationalist Sentiment
196(1)
The Constitutional Convention
196(2)
Ratifying the New Constitution
198(2)
Shaping the Bill of Rights
200(1)
The New Nation
200(8)
The Washington Presidency
200(1)
An Active Federal Judiciary
201(1)
Hamilton's Controversial Fiscal Program
202(1)
The Beginnings of Foreign Policy
203(1)
The United States and the Indian Peoples
204(1)
Spanish and British Hostility
205(1)
Domestic and International Crises
206(1)
Jay's and Pinckney's Treaties
207(1)
Washington's Farewell Address
208(1)
Federalists and Republicans
208(5)
The Rise of Political Parties
208(1)
The Adams Presidency
209(1)
The Alien and Sedition Acts
210(1)
The Revolution of 1800
211(2)
``The Rising Glory of America''
213(9)
Art and Architecture
213(2)
The Liberty of the Press
215(1)
The Birth of American Literature
215(3)
Women on the Intellectual Scene
218(1)
Chronology
218(1)
Conclusion
219(1)
Review Questions
219(1)
Recommended Reading
219(1)
Additional Bibliography
220(2)
Immigration & Community: The Changing Face of Ethnicity in America, To 1800 222(158)
An Agrarian Republic, 1790--1824
228(33)
Expansion Touches Mandan Villages on the Upper Missouri
229(2)
The Growth of American Communities from Coast to Coast
231(4)
Russian America: Sitka
231(1)
Northern New Spain: Los Angeles
232(1)
A French Legacy: New Orleans and St. Louis
232(1)
Trans-Appalachia: Cincinnati
233(1)
Atlantic Ports: From Charleston to Boston
234(1)
A National Economy
235(2)
The Economy of the Young Republic
235(1)
Shipping and the Economic Boom
235(2)
The Jefferson Presidency
237(5)
Republican Agrarianism
237(1)
Jefferson's Government
238(1)
An Independent Judiciary
239(1)
Opportunity: The Louisiana Purchase
239(2)
Incorporating Louisiana
241(1)
Texas and the Struggle for Mexican Independence
241(1)
Renewed Imperial Rivalry in North America
242(5)
Problems with Neutral Rights
242(1)
The Embargo Act
242(1)
Madison and the Failure of ``Peaceable Coercion''
242(1)
A Contradictory Indian Policy
243(2)
Indian Resistance, 1790--1816
245(1)
Indian Resistance
246(1)
The War of 1812
247(3)
The War Hawks
247(1)
The Campaign against Canada
248(1)
War in the South
248(1)
The Naval War
248(1)
The Hartford Convention
249(1)
The Treaty of Ghent
249(1)
Defining the Boundaries
250(11)
Another Westward Surge
250(3)
The Second Great Awakening on the Frontier
253(1)
The Election of 1816 and the Era of Good Feelings
253(1)
The Diplomacy of John Quincy Adams
254(2)
The Panic of 1819
256(1)
The Missouri Compromise
256(2)
Chronology
258(1)
Conclusion
259(1)
Review Questions
259(1)
Recommended Reading
259(1)
Additional Bibliography
260(1)
The Growth of Democracy, 1824--1840
261(33)
Martin Van Buren Forges a New Kind of Political Community
262(2)
The New Democratic Politics
264(5)
The Expansion and Limits of Suffrage
264(2)
The Election of 1824
266(1)
Organizing Popular Politics
267(1)
The Election of 1828
268(1)
The Jackson Presidency
269(2)
A Popular Figure
269(1)
The Spoils System and the New Politics
269(1)
The Nation's Leader vs. Sectional Spokesmen
270(1)
A Strong Executive
271(1)
Internal Improvements: Building an Infrastructure
271(8)
The Transportation Revolution
271(2)
Canals and Steamboats
273(2)
Railroads
275(1)
The Legal Infrastructure
276(1)
Commercial Agriculture in the Old Northwest
276(1)
Effects of the Transportation Revolution
277(2)
Jackson and His Opponents: The Rise of the Whigs
279(6)
The Nullification Crisis
279(1)
Indian Removal
280(2)
The Bank War
282(1)
Jackson's Reelection in 1832
283(1)
Whigs, Van Buren, and the Election of 1836
283(1)
The Panic of 1837
284(1)
The Second American Party System
285(2)
Whigs and Democrats
285(1)
The Campaign of 1840
286(1)
The Whig Victory Turns to Loss: The Tyler Presidency
287(1)
American Arts and Letters
287(7)
The Spread of the Written Word
287(1)
Creating an American Culture
288(2)
Artists and Builders
290(1)
Chronology
291(1)
Conclusion
291(1)
Review Questions
292(1)
Recommended Reading
292(1)
Additional Bibliography
292(2)
The South and Slavery, 1790s--1850s
294(30)
Natchez-under-the Hill
295(2)
King Cotton and Southern Expansion
297(4)
The Cotton Gin and Expansion into the Old Southwest
297(1)
The Question of Slavery
298(1)
The Internal Slave Trade
299(1)
The Economics of Slavery
299(1)
Cotton Culture
300(1)
To Be a Slave
301(5)
The Maturing of the American Slave System
301(1)
The Challenge to Survive
302(1)
From Cradle to Grave
303(1)
House Servants
304(1)
Artisans and Skilled Workers
305(1)
Field Work
305(1)
The African American Community
306(5)
Slave Families
306(1)
African American Religion
307(1)
Freedom and Resistance
308(1)
Slave Revolts
309(1)
Free African Americans
310(1)
Yeomen and Poor White People
311(2)
Yeomen
311(1)
Poor White People
312(1)
Yeoman Values
313(1)
Planters
313(4)
Small Slave Owners
313(1)
The Old Planter Elite
314(1)
The Natchez ``Nabobs''
315(1)
Plantation Life
315(1)
The Plantation Mistress
316(1)
Coercion and Violence
317(1)
The Defense of Slavery
317(7)
Developing Proslavery Arguments
318(1)
After Nat Turner
318(2)
Changes in the South
320(1)
Chronology
320(1)
Conclusion
321(1)
Review Questions
321(1)
Recommended Reading
322(1)
Additional Bibliography
322(2)
Industry and the North, 1790s--1840s
324(27)
Women Factory Workers Form a Community in Lowell, Massachusetts
325(2)
Preindustrial Ways of Working
327(3)
Rural Life: The Springer Family
327(1)
The Family Labor System
327(1)
Urban Artisans and Workers
328(1)
Patriarchy in Family, Work, and Society
329(1)
The Social Order
329(1)
The Market Revolution
330(8)
The Accumulation of Capital
330(1)
The Putting-Out System
331(1)
British Technology and American Industrialization
332(1)
Slater's Mill
333(1)
The Lowell Mills
334(1)
Family Mills
335(1)
``The American System of Manufactures''
336(1)
Other Factories
337(1)
From Artisan to Worker
338(4)
Personal Relationships
338(1)
Mechanization and Women's Work
339(1)
Time, Work, and Leisure
339(1)
The Cash Economy
340(1)
Free Labor
341(1)
Early Strikes
341(1)
A New Social Order
342(9)
Wealth and Class
342(1)
Religion and Personal Life
343(1)
The New Middle-Class Family
344(1)
Family Limitation
345(1)
Motherhood
345(1)
Sentimentalism
346(1)
Transcendentalism and Self-Reliance
347(1)
Chronology
348(1)
Conclusion
348(1)
Review Questions
349(1)
Recommended Reading
349(1)
Additional Bibliography
350(1)
Coming to Terms with the New Age, 1820s--1850s
351(29)
Seneca Falls: Women Reformers Respond to the Market Revolution
352(2)
Urban America
354(8)
The Preindustrial City
354(1)
The Growth of Cities
354(1)
Patterns of Immigration
355(1)
Class Structure in the Cities
355(1)
The Growth of Cities, 1820--1860
356(1)
Sanitation and Living Patterns
356(1)
Ethnic Neighborhoods
357(1)
Urban Popular Culture
358(2)
Civic Order
360(1)
Urban Life of Free African Americans
361(1)
The Labor Movement and Urban Politics
362(3)
The Tradition of Artisanal Politics
362(1)
The Union Movement
363(1)
Big-City Machines
364(1)
Social Reform Movements
365(6)
Evangelism, Reform, and Social Control
365(1)
Education and Women Teachers
366(1)
Temperance
367(1)
Moral Reform, Asylums, and Prisons
368(1)
Utopianism and Mormonism
369(2)
Antislavery and Abolitionism
371(4)
The American Colonization Society
371(1)
African Americans' Fight against Slavery
371(1)
Abolitionists
372(3)
Abolitionism and Politics
375(1)
The Women's Rights Movement
375(5)
The Grimke Sisters
376(1)
Women's Rights
376(1)
Chronology
377(1)
Conclusion
378(1)
Review Questions
378(1)
Recommended Reading
378(1)
Additional Bibliography
379(1)
Immigration & Community: The Changing Face of Ethnicity in America, 1800--1860 380(131)
The Territorial Expansion of the United States, 1830s--1850s
386(31)
Texans and Tejanos ``Remember the Alamo!''
387(2)
Exploring the West
389(3)
The Fur Trade
389(1)
Government-Sponsored Exploration
390(1)
Expansion and Indian Policy
391(1)
The Politics of Expansion
392(11)
Manifest Destiny, an Expansionist Ideology
392(2)
The Overland Trails
394(2)
Oregon
396(1)
The Santa Fe Trade
397(1)
Mexican Texas
398(1)
Americans in Texas
399(1)
The Texas Revolt
400(1)
The Republic of Texas
401(1)
Texas Annexation and the Election of 1844
402(1)
The Mexican-American War
403(3)
Origins of the War
404(1)
Mr. Polk's War
404(2)
The Press and Popular War Enthusiasm
406(1)
California and the Gold Rush
406(4)
Russian-Californio Trade
406(1)
Early American Settlement
407(1)
Gold!
408(1)
Mining Camps
409(1)
The Politics of Manifest Destiny
410(7)
The ``Young America'' Movement
410(1)
The Wilmot Proviso
411(1)
The Free-Soil Movement
412(1)
The Election of 1848
412(2)
Chronology
414(1)
Conclusion
414(1)
Review Questions
415(1)
Recommended Reading
415(1)
Additional Bibliography
416(1)
The Coming Crisis, the 1850s
417(30)
Illinois Communities Debate Slavery
418(2)
America in 1850
420(4)
Expansion and Growth
420(1)
Cultural Life and Social Issues
420(2)
Political Parties and Slavery
422(1)
States' Rights and Slavery
422(1)
Northern Fears of ``The Slave Power''
423(1)
Two Communities, Two Perspectives
423(1)
The Compromise of 1850
424(5)
Debate and Compromise
425(1)
The Fugitive Slave Act
426(2)
The Election of 1852
428(1)
``Young America'': The Politics of Expansion
428(1)
The Crisis of the National Party System
429(5)
The Kansas-Nebraska Act
429(1)
``Bleeding Kansas''
430(1)
The Politics of Nativism
431(1)
The Republican Party and the Election of 1856
432(2)
The Differences Deepen
434(4)
The Dred Scott Decision
434(1)
The Lecompton Constitution
435(1)
The Panic of 1857
436(1)
John Brown's Raid
437(1)
The South Secedes
438(9)
The Election of 1860
438(2)
The South Leaves the Union
440(1)
The North's Political Options
441(1)
Establishment of the Confederacy
442(1)
Lincoln's Inauguration
443(1)
Chronology
444(1)
Conclusion
444(1)
Review Questions
445(1)
Recommended Reading
445(1)
Additional Bibliography
446(1)
The Civil War, 1861--1865
447(34)
Mother Bickerdyke Connects Northern Communities to Their Boys at War
448(2)
Communities Mobilize for War
450(5)
Fort Sumter: War Begins
450(1)
The Call to Arms
450(2)
The Border States
452(1)
The Battle of Bull Run
452(1)
The Relative Strengths of North and South
453(2)
The Lincoln Presidency
455(3)
Lincoln as Party Leader and War President
455(1)
The War Department
456(1)
Taxes and the Greenback Dollar
456(1)
Politics and Economics: The Republican Platform
457(1)
Diplomatic Objectives
457(1)
The Confederacy
458(1)
Jefferson Davis as President
458(1)
Diplomatic Hopes
458(1)
The Sinews of War
458(1)
Contradictions of Southern Nationalism
459(1)
The Fighting Through 1862
459(5)
Overall Strategy of the Civil War
460(1)
The War in Northern Virginia
461(1)
Shiloh and the War for the Mississippi
461(1)
The War in the Trans-Mississippi West
462(1)
The Naval War
463(1)
The Black Response
464(1)
The Death of Slavery
464(3)
The Politics of Emancipation
464(1)
Black Fighting Men
465(2)
The Front Lines and the Home Front
467(5)
The Toll of War
467(1)
Army Nurses
468(1)
The Life of the Common Soldier
469(1)
Wartime Politics
469(1)
Economic and Social Strains on the North
470(1)
The New York City Draft Riots
471(1)
The Failure of Southern Nationalism
471(1)
The Tide Turns
472(9)
The Turning Point of 1863
472(1)
Grant and Sherman
473(2)
The 1864 Election
475(1)
Nearing the End
476(1)
Appomattox
477(1)
Death of a President
477(1)
Chronology
478(1)
Conclusion
478(1)
Review Questions
479(1)
Recommended Reading
479(1)
Additional Bibliography
479(2)
Reconstruction, 1863--1877
481(30)
Hale County, Alabama: From Slavery to Freedom in a Black Belt Community
482(2)
The Politics of Reconstruction
484(8)
The Defeated South
484(1)
Abraham Lincoln's Plan
485(1)
Andrew Johnson and Presidential Reconstruction
486(1)
The Radical Republican Vision
487(2)
Congressional Reconstruction and the Impeachment Crisis
489(1)
The Election of 1868
490(1)
Woman Suffrage and Reconstruction
490(2)
The Meaning of Freedom
492(6)
Moving About
492(1)
The African American Family
493(1)
African American Churches and Schools
494(1)
Land and Labor after Slavery
494(3)
The Origins of African American Politics
497(1)
Southern Politics and Society
498(6)
Southern Republicans
498(1)
Reconstructing the States: A Mixed Record
499(1)
White Resistance and ``Redemption''
500(2)
``King Cotton'' and the Crop Lien System
502(2)
Reconstructing the North
504(7)
The Age of Capital
504(2)
Liberal Republicans and the Election of 1872
506(1)
The Depression of 1873
507(1)
The Electoral Crisis of 1876
508(1)
Conclusion
509(1)
Chronology
510(1)
Review Questions
510(1)
Recommended Reading
511(1)
Additional Bibliography
511
Appendix A-1
Credits C-1
Index I-1


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