The Boisterous Sea of Liberty: A Documentary History of America from Discovery through the Civil War

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INDEX
Abbot, Abiel411
Abolition (also see Emancipation, Slavery) 3, 9, 10, 18, 383-86, 392-393, 401, 415, 427, 431
Adams, Annie Brown474, 476-67
Adams, Daniel250
Adams, John2, 5, 8, 11, 12, 13, 15-16, 147, 154, 159, 162, 171, 178, 179, 219-20, 222-24, 266, 273-77, 281, 283-85, 288, 294, 295-96, 299, 304, 332
Adams, John Quincy3, 17, 21, 298-99, 306, 315-16, 337-38, 349, 351, 361, 362, 363-64, 409-10, 413-15, 417-19, 424-28
Adams, Samuel159-61, 175-76, 246
Addison, Alexander278
Africa (also see West Africa) 17, 39, 40, 81, 89, 127, 133-34, 243, 283, 340, 387-88, 419, 425, 443
African Americans 3, 6, 7, 10-11, 81, 218-19, 295, 298, 332, 356, 429, 443, 452, 465, 471-75, 481, 512, 528-29, 557-59
African American Troops 313, 529-30, 538-41
Alabama14, 21, 315, 325, 353, 383, 451, 474, 493, 496-97, 522
Alamo 408
Alaska349
Albany Congress 125
Albert, Prince449
Alcohol 18-19, 63, 87-88
Alcott, Louisa May526
Alexander VI38, 47
Algiers 222
Algonquians 50, 73, 92, 215
Alien and Sedition Acts 277-78
Alsop, George54
American and Foreign Antislavery Society402
American Anti-Slavery Society 402-3, 413, 428
American Colonization Society 338-42, 363
American Exceptionalism 10
American Revolution 6, 7, 11-15, 19, 80, 107, 126, 141, 146, 173, 175, 186-88, 195, 207, 213-18, 226, 235, 251, 254-56, 258, 264, 283, 285, 288, 308, 356, 509, 545, 556
American Slavery As It Is ( Weld) 395-400
Amistad Affair 330, 419-427
Anaconda Plan 510, 512
Anderson, Robert498, 503, 505, 553
André, John201
Andrews, John162
Andros, Edmund75
Anglicans 79, 213
Annapolis217
Anthony, Susan B.486
Antietam 474, 518-20, 530
Antigua 207
Antilles 89
Anti-Federalists 246, 251-52
Anti-Rent Wars 91
Antislavery, see Abolition
Appomattox Court House, Va. 552
Arapahoes 517
Arabs 7, 33, 36
Argentina141, 453
Arkansas351, 353, 463, 506, 510, 515, 522, 546
Arnold, Benedict201, 203, 439
Articles of Confederation 3, 208-9, 226, 233, 235, 237-38, 241, 254, 260, 490
Atchison, David R.441
Atlanta546, 551
Atlantic Slave System 14, 15, 70- 71, 79-80, 105, 132-33
Attucks, Crispus154-55
Austin, Moses405-6
Austin, Stephen406, 408
Australia453
Austria37, 264
Azores34, 47
Aztecs 5, 435
Bacon, Nathaniel59, 60
Bacon's Rebellion 59
Bahamas87
Bailyn, Bernard169
Baldwin, Luther278
Baltimore356, 384, 397, 486, 524
Baltimore (Republican) Party Platform ( 1864) 548-50
Bank of the United States (also see Second Bank of the United States) 261, 344-47
Bank War 373-376
Baptists 45, 79, 274, 332, 387, 391
Barbados7, 75, 87, 102, 126, 207, 356
"Barbary Pirates" 221-23
Barnet, John269
Bartlett, Josiah193-94
Barton, Clara526
Battle of the Wilderness 551
Bayard, James16
Beale, James496
Beauregard, Pierre G.T.3, 508, 513-14

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Acknowledgments xxxi
  • Introduction 1
  • Part One First Encounters 29
  • Part Two European Colonization North of Mexico 43
  • Part Three a Land of Contrasts 85
  • Part Four the Seven Years' War 123
  • Part Five the Age of Revolution, 1765-1825 139
  • Part Six Creating a New Nation 211
  • Part Seven Antebellum America 323
  • Part Eight Civil War 501
  • The Nature and History of the Gilder Lehrman Collection 561
  • Index 563
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