9781319060589

America's History: Concise Edition, Volume 1

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  • Edition: 9th
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  • Copyright: 2017-08-15
  • Publisher: Bedford/St. Martin's

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Summary

Known for its clear, insightful analytical narrative and balanced approach, America’s History, Concise Edition is a brief, affordable text that brings America’s diverse past to life. The Concise Edition features the full narrative of the parent text, select images and maps, built-in primary sources and skills-based pedagogy that gives students practice in thinking historically. Enhanced with a wealth of digital content in LaunchPad, the ninth edition provides easily assignable options for instructors and novel ways for students to master the content. Integrated with LearningCurve's, an adaptive online resource that helps students retain the material and come to class prepared.

Table of Contents

Please note:
Volume 1 includes Chapters 1-15
Volume 2 includes Chapters 14-30



NOTE: LaunchPad material that does not appear in the print book – including guided reading exercises, source feature quizzes, LearningCurve adaptive quizzes, summative quizzes, all of the documents from the companion reader – has been labeled on this table of contents as shown. Each chapter in LaunchPad also comes with a wealth of additional documents, videos, key terms flashcards, map quizzes, and much more, all of which can be easily integrated and assigned.


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Preface


Versions and Supplements


Brief Contents


Contents


Maps, Figures, and Tables



Part 1: ?Transformations of North America, 1491–1700



Documents from Sources for America’s History, Part 1 LaunchPad


Document P1-1: Meal of Maize and Beans, the Sixth Month of the Aztec Solar Calendar (c. 1585)


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Document P1-2: THEODORE DE BRY, The Natives of Florida Worship the Column Erected by Commander on His First Voyage (1591)


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Document P1-3: THOMAS MORTON, Manners and Customs of the Indians (of New England) (1637)


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Document P1-4: THOMAS PHILLIPS, A Journal of a Voyage Made in the Hannibal (1693–1694)


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Document P1-5: RICHARD HAKLUYT, A Discourse of Western Planting (1584)


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1. Colliding Worlds, 1491–1600


Guided Reading Exercise LaunchPad


The Native American Experience


The First Americans


American Empires


Chiefdoms and Confederacies


Patterns of Trade


Sacred Power


Western Europe: The Edge of the Old World


Hierarchy and Authority


Peasant Society


Expanding Trade Networks


Myths, Religions, and Holy Warriors


West and Central Africa: Origins of the Atlantic Slave Trade


Empires, Kingdoms, and Ministates


Trans-Saharan and Coastal Trade


The Spirit World


Exploration and Conquest


Portuguese Expansion


The African Slave Trade


Sixteenth-Century Incursions


Chapter Review


LearningCurve LaunchPad


America in Global Context Altered Landscapes


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Thinking Like a Historian Colliding Cultures


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Interpretations How Connected Were Native American Communities Before 1492?


Quiz for Interpretations LaunchPad


Analyzing Voices A Spanish Priest Criticizes His Fellow Colonists LaunchPad


Quiz for Analyzing Voices LaunchPad


Summative Quiz LaunchPad



1. Documents from Sources for America’s History, Chapter 1 LaunchPad
Document 1-1: THOMAS HARIOT, A Briefe and True Report of the New Found Land of Virginia (1588)


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Document 1-2: De Soto Encounters Incans in Peru ARTIST UNKNOWN (SPANISH SCHOOL), Construction of the First Christian Church in San Miguel de Piura, and the Battle of Hernando de Soto with the Indians (1726)


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Document 1-3: CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS, Journal of the First Voyage (1492)


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Document 1-4: BARTOLOME DE LAS CASAS, A Brief Account of the Destruction of the Indies (1552)


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Document 1-5: COUNCIL OF HUEJOTZINGO, Letter to the King of Spain (1560)


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Document 1-6: BROTHER LUIS BRANDAON, Letter to Father Sandoval (1610)


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2. American Experiments, 1521–1700


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Spain’s Tribute Colonies


A New American World


The Columbian Exchange


The Protestant Challenge to Spain


Plantation Colonies


Brazil’s Sugar Plantations


England’s Tobacco Colonies


The Caribbean Islands


Plantation Life


Neo-European Colonies


New France


New Netherland


The Rise of the Iroquois


New England


Instability, War, and Rebellion


Native American Resistance


Bacon’s Rebellion


Chapter Review


LearningCurve LaunchPad


America in Global Context Plantation Colonies Versus Neo-Europes


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Thinking Like a Historian Who Was Pocahontas?


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Interpretations What Role Did Climate Play in American Colonization?


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Analyzing Voices ?Susanna Martin, Accused Witch LaunchPad


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Summative Quiz LaunchPad



Documents from Sources for America’s History, Chapter 2 LaunchPad
Document 2-1: Testimony of Acoma Indians (1599)


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Document 2-2: JOHN WINTHROP, A Model of Christian Charity (1630)


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Document 2-3: CARELl ALLARD, English Quakers Planting Tobacco on Barbados (1680)


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Document 2-4: Maryland Act of Religious Toleration (1649)


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Document 2-5: EDMUND WHITE, Letter to Joseph Morton (1687)


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Document 2-6: REV. FATHER LOUIS CELLOT, Letter to Father François Le Mercier (1656)


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Part 2: ?British North America and the Atlantic World, 1607–1763



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Document P2-1: OLAUDAH EQUIANO, The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano, or Gustavus Vassa, the African. Written by Himself (1794)


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Document P2-2: Letter from Christen Janzen to His Family (1711)


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Document P2-3: The Vain Prodigal Life and Tragical Penitent Death of Thomas Hellier (1680)


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Document P2-4 : GREGOIRE HURET, The Death of Some Jesuit Fathers in Nouvelle-France (1664)


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Document P2-5: Journal of James Kenny (1761–1763)


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3. The British Atlantic World, 1607–1750


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Colonies to Empire, 1607–1713


Self-Governing Colonies and New Elites, 1607–1660


The Restoration Colonies and Imperial Expansion


From Mercantilism to Imperial Dominion


The Glorious Revolution in England and America


Imperial Wars and Native Peoples


Tribalization


Indian Goals


The Imperial Slave Economy


The South Atlantic System


Africa, Africans, and the Slave Trade


Slavery in the Chesapeake and South Carolina


An African American Community Emerges


The Rise of the Southern Gentry


The Northern Maritime Economy


The Urban Economy


Urban Society


The New Politics of Empire, 1713–1750


The Rise of Colonial Assemblies


Salutary Neglect


Protecting the Mercantile System


Mercantilism and the American Colonies


Chapter Review


LearningCurve LaunchPad


America in Global Context Olaudah Equiano: The Brutal "Middle Passage"


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Thinking Like a Historian Servitude and Slavery


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Interpretations Why Did Americans Adopt Slavery?


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Analyzing Voices Native Americans and European Empires LaunchPad


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Summative Quiz LaunchPad


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Documents from Sources for America’s History, Chapter 3 LaunchPad


Document 3-1: At the Town-House in Boston: April 18th, 1689. A Letter to Sir Edmond Andros Knight (1689)


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Document 3-2: CANASSATEGO, Papers Relating to an Act of the Assembly of the Province of New York (1742)


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Document 3-3: THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY OF VIRGINIA, An Act for Suppressing Outlying Slaves (1691)


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Document 3-4: WILLIAM BYRD II, Diary Entries (1709–1712)


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Document 3-5: JOHN BARNARD, The Autobiography of the Rev. John Barnard (1766)


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Document 3-6: LORD CORNBURY, Letter to the Lords of Trade (1704)


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4. Growth, Diversity, and Conflict, 1720–1763


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New England’s Freehold Society


Farm Families: Women in the Household Economy


Farm Property: Inheritance


Freehold Society in Crisis


Diversity in the Middle Colonies


Economic Growth, Opportunity, and Conflict


Cultural Diversity


Religion and Politics


Commerce, Culture, and Identity


Transportation and the Print Revolution


The Enlightenment in America


American Pietism and the Great Awakening


Religious Upheaval in the North


Social and Religious Conflict in the South


The Midcentury Challenge: War, Trade, and Social Conflict, 1750–1765


The French and Indian War


The Great War for Empire


British Industrial Growth and the Consumer Revolution


The Struggle for Land in the East


Western Rebels and Regulators


Chapter Review


LearningCurve LaunchPad


America in Global Context Transatlantic Migration, 1500–1760


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Thinking Like a Historian Women’s Labor


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Interpretations Did Diversity Lead to Toleration?


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Analyzing Voices Evangelical Religion and Enlightenment Rationalism LaunchPad


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Summative Quiz LaunchPad


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Documents from Sources for America’s History, Chapter 4 LaunchPad


Document 4-1: Benjamin Franklin’s Experiments with Electricity (Turned into an 18th Century Parlor Game) (c. 18th century)


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Document 4-2: SARAH OSBORN, Memoirs of the Life of Mrs. Sarah Osborn (1814)


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Document 4-3: CHARLES WOODMASON, Journal (1766–1768)


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Document 4-4: BENJAMIN FRANKLIN, Albany Plan of Union (1754)


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Document 4-5: State of the British and French Colonies in North America (1755)


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Document 4-6: Petition from the Inhabitants of Orange County, North Carolina (1770)


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Part 3: ?Revolution and Republican Culture, 1754–1800



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Document P3-1: RICHARD ALLEN, Eulogy for Washington (1799)


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Document P3-2: J. HECTOR ST. JOHN DE CRÈVECOEUR, Letters from an American Farmer (1782)


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Document P3-3: JUDITH SARGENT MURRAY, On the Equality of the Sexes (1790)


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Document P3-4: George Washington’s Farewell Address (1796)


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Document P3-5: EDWARD SAVAGE, Liberty. In the Form of the Goddess of Youth, Giving Support to the Bald Eagle (1796)


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5. The Problem of Empire, 1754–1776


Guided Reading Exercise LaunchPad


An Empire Transformed


The Costs of Empire


George Grenville and the Reform Impulse


An Open Challenge: The Stamp Act


The Dynamics of Rebellion, 1765–1770


Formal Protests and the Politics of the Crowd


The Ideological Roots of Resistance


Another Kind of Freedom


Parliament and Patriots Square Off Again


The Problem of the West


Parliament Wavers


The Road to Independence, 1771–1776


A Compromise Repudiated


The Continental Congress Responds


The Rising of the Countryside


Loyalists and Neutrals


Violence East and West


Lord Dunmore’s War


Armed Resistance in Massachusetts


The Second Continental Congress Organizes for War


Thomas Paine’s Common Sense


Independence Declared


Chapter Review


LearningCurve LaunchPad


America in Global Context Britain’s Atlantic and Asian Empires


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Thinking Like a Historian Beyond the Proclamation Line


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Interpretations Did British Administrators Try to Protect or Exploit Native Americans?


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Analyzing Voices The Debate over Representation and Sovereignty LaunchPad


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Summative Quiz LaunchPad


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Documents from Sources for America’s History, Chapter 5 LaunchPad


Document 5-1: RICHARD BLAND, Inquiry into the Rights of the British Colonies (1766)


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Document 5-2: STAMP ACT CONGRESS, Declaration of Rights (1765)


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Document 5-3: PETER OLIVER, Origin and Progress of the American Rebellion (1781)


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Document 5-4: A Protest by the Worcester, Massachusetts, Selectmen (1774)


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Document 5-5: THOMAS HUTCHINSON, Letter to Thomas Whately (1769)


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Document 5-6: THOMAS PAINE, Common Sense (1776)


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6. Making War and Republican Governments, 1776–1789


Guided Reading Exercise LaunchPad


The Trials of War, 1776–1778


War in the North


Armies and Strategies


Victory at Saratoga


The Perils of War


Financial Crisis


Valley Forge


The Path to Victory, 1778–1783


The French Alliance


War in the South


The Patriot Advantage


Diplomatic Triumph


Creating Republican Institutions, 1776–1787


The State Constitutions: How Much Democracy?


Women Seek a Public Voice


The War’s Losers: Loyalists, Native Americans, and Slaves


The Articles of Confederation


Shays’s Rebellion


The Constitution of 1787


The Rise of a Nationalist Faction


The Philadelphia Convention


The People Debate Ratification


Chapter Review


LearningCurve LaunchPad


America in Global Context China’s Growing Empire


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Thinking Like a Historian The Black Soldier’s Dilemma


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Interpretations Was the Constitution Necessary?


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Analyzing Voices The First National Debate over Slavery LaunchPad


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Summative Quiz LaunchPad


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Documents from Sources for America’s History, Chapter 6 LaunchPad


Document 6-1: Instructions to the Delegates from Mecklenburg to the Provincial Congress at Halifax in November (1776)


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Document 6-2: ABIGAIL AND JOHN ADAMS, Correspondence (1776)


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Document 6-3: PRINCE HALL, Petition for Freedom to the Massachusetts Council and the House of Representatives (1777)


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Document 6-4: JAMES PEALE, General George Washington at Yorktown (c. 1782)


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Document 6-5: DANIEL GRAY, Address to the People of Several Towns (1786)


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Document 6-6: JAMES MADISON, Federalist No. 10 and Federalist No. 51 (1787)


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7. Hammering Out a Federal Republic, 1787–1820


Guided Reading Exercise LaunchPad


The Political Crisis of the 1790s


The Federalists Implement the Constitution


Hamilton’s Financial Program


Jefferson’s Agrarian Vision


The French Revolution Divides Americans


The Rise of Political Parties


A Republican Empire Is Born


Sham Treaties and Indian Lands


Migration and the Changing Farm Economy


The Jefferson Presidency


Jefferson and the West


The War of 1812 and the Transformation of Politics


Conflict in the Atlantic and the West


The War of 1812


The Federalist Legacy


Chapter Review


LearningCurve LaunchPad


America in Global Context The Haitian Revolution and the Problem of Race


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Thinking Like a Historian The Social Life of Alcohol


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Interpretations Did Hamilton’s Economic System Endanger the Legacy of the Revolution?


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Analyzing Voices Factional Politics and the War of 1812 LaunchPad


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Summative Quiz LaunchPad


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Documents from Sources for America’s History, Chapter 7 LaunchPad


Document 7-1: ALEXANDER HAMILTON, Letter to Edward Carrington (1792)


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Document 7-2: THOMAS JEFFERSON, Notes on the State of Virginia (1781)


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Document 7-3: THE PROVIDENTIAL DETECTION (c. 1790s)


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Document 7-4: THE PANOPLIST AND MISSIONARY HERALD, Retrograde Movement of National Character (1818)


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Document 7-5: TECUMSEH, "Sleep Not Longer, O’ Choctaws and Chickasaws" (1811)


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Document 7-6: Report of the Hartford Convention (1815)


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Part 4: ?Overlapping Revolutions, 1800–1848



Documents from Sources for America’s History, Part 4 LaunchPad


Document P4-1: Process of Excavation, Erie Canal, Lockport (c. 1820s)


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Document P4-2: JOSEPH STORY, Address Delivered on the Dedication of the Cemetery at Mount Auburn (1831)


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Document P4-3: EMMELINE B. WELLS, Diary (1846)


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Document P4-4: GEORGE CAITLIN, Letters and Notes (1841) and Wi-jun-jon, Pigeon’s Egg Head (The Light) Going to and Returning from Washington (c. 1837-1839)


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Document P4-5: ALBERT BRISBANE, A Concise Exposition of the Doctrine of Association (1843)


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8. Economic Transformations, 1800–1848


Guided Reading Exercise LaunchPad


Foundations of a New Economic Order


Credit and Banking


Transportation and the Market Revolution


The Cotton Complex: Northern Industry and Southern Agriculture


The American Industrial Revolution


Origins of the Cotton South


The Cotton Boom and Slavery


Technological Innovation and Labor


The Spread of Innovation


Wageworkers and the Labor Movement


The Growth of Cities and Towns


New Social Classes and Cultures


Planters, Yeomen, and Slaves


The Northern Business Elite


The Middle Class


Urban Workers and the Poor


Chapter Review


LearningCurve LaunchPad


America in Global Context The Fate of the American and Indian Textile Industries


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Thinking Like a Historian The Entrepreneur and the Community


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Interpretations Did the Market Revolution Expand Opportunities for Women?


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Analyzing Voices The Debate over Free and Slave Labor LaunchPad


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Summative Quiz LaunchPad


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Documents from Sources for America’s History, Chapter 8 LaunchPad


Document 8-1: J. HILL, Junction of Erie and Northern Canal (c. 1830–1832)


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Document 8-2: THE WEEKLY REGISTER, Home Influence (1813)


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Document 8-3: LUCY LARCOM, Among Lowell Mill-Girls: A Reminiscence (1881)


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Document 8-4: Ethan Andrews, Slavery and the Domestic Slave-Trade (1836)


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Document 8-5: Ely moore, Address Delivered Before the General Trades’ Union of the City of New-York (1833)


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9. A Democratic Revolution, 1800–1848


Guided Reading Exercise LaunchPad


The Rise of Popular Politics


The Decline of the Notables and the Rise of Parties


Racial Exclusion and Republican Motherhood


The Missouri Crisis, 1819–1821


The Election of 1824


The Last Notable President: John Quincy Adams


"The Democracy" and the Election of 1828


Jackson in Power, 1829–1837


Jackson’s Agenda: Rotation and Decentralization


The Tariff and Nullification


The Bank War


Indian Removal


Jackson’s Impact


Class, Culture, and the Second Party System


The Whig Worldview


Labor Politics and the Depression of 1837–1843


"Tippecanoe and Tyler Too!"


Chapter Review


LearningCurve LaunchPad


America in Global Context Alexis de Tocqueville: Letter to Louis de Kergorlay, June 29, 1831


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Thinking Like a Historian Becoming Literate: Public Education and Democracy


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Interpretations Was Indian Removal Humanitarian or Racist?


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Analyzing Voices The Character and Goals of Andrew Jackson LaunchPad


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Summative Quiz LaunchPad


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Documents from Sources for America’s History, Chapter 9 LaunchPad


Document 9-1: MARTIN VAN BUREN, The Autobiography of Martin Van Buren (1854)


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Document 9-2: FITZWILLIAM BYRDSALL, The History of the Loco-Foco or Equal Rights Party (1842)


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Document 9-3: ANDREW JACKSON, Veto Message Regarding the Bank of the United States (1832)


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Document 9-4: Henry Clay, Speech on the Presidential Election (1840)


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Document 9-5: Capitol Fashions for 1837 (1837)


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Document 9-6: CHEROKEE WOMEN, Petition (1821 [1831?])


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10. Religion, Reform, and Culture, 1820–1848


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Spiritual Awakenings


The Second Great Awakening


Ralph Waldo Emerson and Transcendentalism


Utopian Experiments


Urban Cultures and Conflicts


Sex in the City


Popular Fiction and the Penny Press


Urban Entertainments


African Americans and the Struggle for Freedom


Free Black Communities, North and South


The Rise of Abolitionism


The Women’s Rights Movement


Origins of the Women’s Rights Movement


From Antislavery to Seneca Falls


Chapter Review


LearningCurve LaunchPad


America in Global Context Women’s Rights in France and the United States, 1848


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Thinking Like a Historian Dance and Social Identity in Antebellum America


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Interpretations What Motivated Antebellum Reformers?


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Analyzing Voices Saving the Nation from Drink LaunchPad


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Summative Quiz LaunchPad


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Documents from Sources for America’s History, Chapter 10 LaunchPad


Document 10-1: MARGARET FULLER, Woman in the Nineteenth Century (1845)


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Document 10-2: JOSEPH SMITH, History of Joseph Smith, the Prophet (c. 1830s)


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Document 10-3: Advertisement for the American Museum (1845)


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Document 10-4: SARAH GRIMKÉ, Letters on the Equality of the Sexes and the Condition of Woman (1837)


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Document 10-5: DAVID WALKER, Preamble to Walker’s Appeal in Four Articles (1830)


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Document 10-6: CALVIN COLTON, Abolition a Sedition (1839)


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11. Imperial Ambitions, 1820–1848 ?


Guided Reading Exercise LaunchPad


The Expanding South


Planters, Small Freeholders, and Poor Freemen


The Settlement of Texas


The Politics of Democracy


The African American World


Evangelical Black Protestantism


Forging Families and Communities


Negotiating Rights


Manifest Destiny, North and South


The Push to the Pacific


The Plains Indians


The Fateful Election of 1844


The U.S.-Mexico War, 1846–1848


The "War of a Thousand Deserts"


Polk’s Expansionist Program


American Military Successes


Chapter Review


LearningCurve LaunchPad


America in Global Context Financing War


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Thinking Like a Historian Childhood in Black and White


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Interpretations What Explains American Enthusiasm for Manifest Destiny?


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Analyzing Voices The U.S.-Mexico War: Expansion and Slavery LaunchPad


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Summative Quiz LaunchPad


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Documents from Sources for America’s History, Chapter 11 LaunchPad


Document 11-1: SUSAN DABNEY SMEDES, Memorials of a Southern Planter (1887)


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Document 11-2: Slave Songs of the United States (1867) and Slaves Dance to Their Own Music on a Southern Plantation (c. 1852)


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Document 11-3: LANSFORD HASTINGS, The Emigrant’s Guide to Oregon and California (1845)


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Document 11-4: JOHN D. SLOAT, To the Inhabitants of California (1846) and GENERAL FRANCISCO MEJIA, A Proclamation at Matamoros (1846)


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Document 11-5: Richard Doyle, The Land of Liberty (1847)


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Part 5: Consolidating a Continental Union, 1844–1877



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Document P5-1: ELIZABETH CADY STANTON, Declaration of Rights and Sentiments (1848)


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Document P5-2: STATUTES OF CALIFORNIA, An Act for the Government and Protection of Indians (1850)


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Document P5-3: SAMUEL F. B. MORSE, Foreign Conspiracy Against the Liberties of the United States (1855)


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Document P5-4: ABRAHAM LINCOLN, Cooper Union Address (1860)


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Document P5-5: ALEXANDER STEPHENS, "Cornerstone" Speech (1861)


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Document P5-6: THOMAS NAST, "This is a White Man’s Government" (1868)


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12. Sectional Conflict and Crisis, 1844–1860


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A Divisive War, 1844–1850


"Free Soil" in Politics


California Gold and Racial Warfare


1850: Crisis and Compromise


The End of the Second Party System, 1850–1858


The Abolitionist Movement Grows


The Whig Party’s Demise


Immigrants and Know-Nothings


The West and the Fate of the Union


Abraham Lincoln and the Republican Triumph, 1858–1860


Lincoln’s Political Career


The Union Under Siege


The Election of 1860


Secession Winter, 1860–1861


Chapter Review


LearningCurve LaunchPad


America in Global Context The Gold Rush: California and Australia


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Thinking Like a Historian The Irish in America


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Interpretations Did Slavery Have a Future in the West?


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Analyzing Voices To Secede or Not to Secede? LaunchPad


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Document 12-1: Susan Shelby Magoffin, Diary (1846)


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Document 12-2: John l. Magee, Forcing Slavery Down the Throat of a Freesoiler (1856)


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Document 12-3: JOHN C. CALHOUN, Speech on the Slavery Question (1850)


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Document 12-4: CHARLES SUMNER, The Crime of Kansas (1856)


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Document 12-5: Dred Scott v. Sandford (1857)


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Document 12-6: KEZIAH GOODWIN HOPKINS BREVARD, Diary (1860–1861)


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13. Bloody Ground: The Civil War, 1861–1865


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The War Begins, 1861–1862


Early Expectations


Campaigns East and West


Antietam and Its Consequences


Toward "Hard War," 1863


Politics North and South


The Impact of Emancipation


Citizens and the Work of War


Vicksburg and Gettysburg


The Road to Union Victory, 1864–1865


Grant and Sherman Take Command


The Election of 1864 and Sherman’s March


The Confederacy Collapses


The World the War Made


Chapter Review


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America in Global Context War Debt: Britain and the United States, 1830–1900


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Thinking Like a Historian Military Deaths — and Lives Saved — During the Civil War


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Interpretations How Divided Was the Confederate Public?


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Analyzing Voices These Honored Dead LaunchPad


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Documents from Sources for America’s History, Chapter 13 LaunchPad


Document 13-1: Sowing and Reaping (1863)


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Document 13-2: Ambrose Bierce, What I Saw of Shiloh (1881)


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Document 13-3: CORNELIA HANCOCK, Letters of a Civil War Nurse (1863)


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Document 13-4: ABRAHAM LINCOLN, Emancipation Proclamation (1863) and JEFFERSON DAVIS, President’s Message (1863)


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Document 13-5: HARRY SMITH, Fifty Years of Slavery (1891)


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Document 13-6: WILLIAM T. SHERMAN, Special Field Order No. 15 (1865)


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14. Reconstruction, 1865–1877


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The Struggle for National Reconstruction


Presidential Approaches: From Lincoln to Johnson


Congress Versus the President


Radical Reconstruction


Women’s Rights Denied


The Meaning of Freedom


The Quest for Land


Republican Governments in the South


Building Black Communities


The Undoing of Reconstruction


The Republicans Unravel


Counterrevolution in the South


Reconstruction Rolled Back


The Political Crisis of 1877


Lasting Legacies


Chapter Review


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America in Global Context Labor Laws After Emancipation: Haiti and the United States


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Thinking Like a Historian The South’s "Lost Cause"


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Interpretations How Free Were Freedwomen in Reconstruction?


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Analyzing Voices The Impact of Terror LaunchPad


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Documents from Sources for America’s History, Chapter 14 LaunchPad


Document 14-1: ABRAHAM LINCOLN, Last Public Address (1865)


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Document 14-2: BETTY POWERS, Federal Writers’ Project Interview (c. 1936)


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Document 14-3: FRANCES BUTLER LEIGH, Letter to a Friend in England (1867)


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Document 14-4: CHARLES FRANCIS ADAMS JR., The Protection of the Ballot in National Elections (1869)


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Document 14-5: THOMAS NAST, Colored Rule in a Reconstructed State (1874)


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Document 14-6: ROBERT BROWNE ELLIOTT, Speech to Congress (1874)


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15. Conquering a Continent, 1860–1890


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The Republican Vision


The New Union and the World


Integrating the National Economy


Incorporating the West


Mining Empires


Cattlemen on the Plains


Homesteaders


The First National Park


A Harvest of Blood: Native Peoples Dispossessed


The Civil War and Indians on the Plains


Grant’s Peace Policy


The End of Armed Resistance


Strategies of Survival


Western Myths and Realities


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America in Global Context The Santa Fe Railroad in Mexico and the United States


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Thinking Like a Historian Representing Indians


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Interpretations What Factors Motivated America’s Indian Policies?


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Analyzing Voices Women’s Rights in the West LaunchPad


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Documents from Sources for America’s History, Chapter 15 LaunchPad


Document 15-1: Indian Territory, That Garden of the World (c. 1880)


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Document 15-2: CURRIER & IVES, Across the Continent (1868)


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Document 15-3: J. WRIGHT MOOAR, Buffalo Days (1933)


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Document 15-4: FRANCIS A. WALKER, Annual Report of the Commissioner of Indian Affairs (1872)


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Document 15-5: MOURNING DOVE, A Salishan Autobiography (1990)


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