A College History of the United States

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A COLLEGE HISTORY OF THE UNITEd STATES

DAVID BURNER
State University of New York at Stony Brook

ELIZABETH FOX-GENOVESE
Emory University

VIRGINIA BERNHARD
University of St. Thomas at Houston

Brandywine Press St. James, New York

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • About the Authors iii
  • Dedication iv
  • Acknowledgments iv
  • Contents v
  • Chronology xiii
  • 1 - Europe and America 1
  • Brief Bibliography 27
  • 2 - British North America 28
  • Brief Bibliography 60
  • 3 - The Developing Colonies 62
  • Brief Bibliography 99
  • 4 - An Independent Spirit 1763-1776 101
  • Brief Bibliography 136
  • 5 - Revolution and Independence 1776-1787 138
  • 6 - We the People 1787--1800 171
  • Brief Bibliography 203
  • 7 - Independence Confirmed 1800-1816 204
  • Brief Bibliography 239
  • 8 - The Growth of Sectionalism 1816-1828 241
  • Brief Bibliography 272
  • 9 - The Jacksonian Era 1828-1840 273
  • Brief Bibliography 309
  • 10 - United States Panorama 1820-1860 310
  • Brief Bibliography 337
  • 11 - The Logic of Democracy 1820-1860 339
  • Brief Bibliography 364
  • 12 - Slavery and Expansion: The 1840s 366
  • Brief Bibliography 396
  • 13 - Impending Crisis: The 1850s 398
  • Brief Bibliography 422
  • 14 - A Great Civil War 1860-1865" 423
  • 15 - Been in the Storm So Long": Emancipation and Reconstruction" 457
  • Brief Bibliography 479
  • 16 - The American West 1865-1900 481
  • Brief Bibliography 506
  • 17 - The Ironies of Industrialism 1865-1900 508
  • Brief Bibliography 541
  • Brief Bibliography 570
  • 19 - Workers and Farmers 1865-1900 571
  • Brief Bibliography 608
  • 20 - The Outward Thrust 1865-1914 610
  • Brief Bibliography 645
  • 21 - The Progressive Spirit 1900-1917 647
  • Brief Bibliography 681
  • 22 - The Politics of Progressivism 1900-1917 683
  • Brief Bibliography 725
  • 23 - The Great War and the Buoyant Twenties 726
  • Brief Bibliography 772
  • 24 - The New Deal 773
  • Brief Bibliography 809
  • 25 - Diplomacy and War 1933-1945 811
  • Brief Bibliography 853
  • 26 - Truman 855
  • Brief Bibliography 892
  • 27 - New Frontiers 894
  • Brief Bibliography 924
  • 28 - The Vietnam War and American Society 926
  • Brief Bibliography 968
  • 29 - New Boundaries 969
  • Brief Bibliography 1028
  • Appendices I
  • The Declaration of Independence III
  • The Constitution of the United States VI
  • Glossary XXVII
  • Index XXXVII
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