The Removal of the Cherokee Nation: Manifest Destiny or National Dishonor?

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PAC Problems in American Civilization
UNDER THE EDITORIAL DIRECTION OF Edwin C. Rozwenc
PURITANISM IN EARLY AMERICA George M. Waller, Butler University
ROGER WILLIAMS AND THE MASSACHUSETTS MAGISTRATES Theodore P. Greene, Amherst College
BACON'S REBELLION: PROLOGUE TO THE REVOLUTION? John B. Frantz, The Pennsylvania State University
THE CAUSES OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION, Revised John C. Wahlke, University of Iowa
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN AND THE AMERICAN CHARACTER Charles L. Sanford, Rensselaer Polytecanie Institute
THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE AND THE CONSTITUTION Earl Latham, Amherst College
HAMILTON AND THE NATIONAL DEBT George Rogers Taylor, Amherst College
THE TURNER THESIS CONCERNING THE ROLE OF THE FRONTIER IN AMERICAN HISTORY, Revised George Rogers Taylor, Amherst College
THE WAR OF 1812 George Rogers Taylor, Amherst College
THE GREAT TARIFF DEBATE, 1820-1830 George Rogers Taylor, Amherst College
THE MEANING OF JACKSONIAN DEMOCRACY Edwin C. Rozwenc, Amherst College
THE REMOVAL OF THE CHEROKEE NATION Louis Filler, Antioch College, and Allen Guttmann, Amherst College
JACKSON VERSUS BIDDLE George Rogers Taylor, Amherst College
THE TRANSCENDENTALIST REVOLT, Revised George F. Whicher and Gail Kennedy, Amherst College
THE COMPROMISE OF 1850 Edwin C. Rozwenc, Amherst College
THE ABOLITIONISTS Hugh Hawkins, Amherst College
THE CAUSES OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR Edwin C. Rozwenc, Amherst College
SLAVERY AS A CAUSE OF THE CIVIL WAR, Revised Edwin C. Rozwenc, Amherst College
LINCOLN AND THE COMING OF THE CIVIL WAR Norton Garfinkle
THE ORIGINS OF SEGREGATION Joel Williamson, University of North Carolina
THE AMERICANNESS OF WALT WHITMAN Leo Marx, Amherst College
RECONSTRUCTION IN THE SOUTH Edwin C. Rozwenc, Amherst College
MARK TWAIN'S Huckleberry Finn Barry A. Marks, Brown University
THE POPULISTS IN HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE Raymond J. Cunningham, Fordham University
DEMOCRACY AND THE GOSPEL OF WEALTH Gail Kennedy, Amherst College
JOHN D. ROCKEFELLER Earl Latham, Amherst College
THE ROBBER BARONS REVISITED Peter d'A. Jones, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle
THE MUCKRAKERS Herbert Shapiro, University of Cincinnati
THE CHALLENGE OF THE CITY, 1860-1910 Lyle w. Dorsett, University of Missouri
THE PULLMAN BOYCOTT OF 1894 Colston E. Warne, Amherst College

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