American History and American Historians: A Review of Recent Contributions to the Interpretation of the History of the United States

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INDEX
References in italics are to the Bibliographical Notes
Abernethy, Thomas Perkins, 100
Abilene, Kan., 219
Academy of Political Science, foundation of, 14
Adams, Charles Kendall, 8, 9-10, 11, 38
Adams, Henry, 8, 11-12, 18, 23, 38, 234
Adams, Herbert Baxter, 8, 12, 16-18, 38, 39, 41
Adams, William Forbes, 120
Agricultural Adjustment Act, 273-4
Agricultural College scrip, 142, 145
Agricultural Credit Act, 1923, 271
Agricultural surplus, export of, 125, 220, 226-7, 269-70, 275, 278
Agriculture, 199, 291-2; of the North Atlantic states, 125, 166, 167, 197; of the South, 166-7, 168, 170, 242; depression of, in the seventies and eighties, 223-4, 242; expansion of in World War I, 269- 70; renewed depression of in the nineteen-twenties, 270-2; New Deal and, 272-4; decline in relative importance of, 269, 275-6
Alabama, history of, 146-7; historical work on, 33-4, 146, 161
-- Department of Archives and History, 33
-- river, 147
Albany, N.Y., 50, 52
Alleghany river, 110
Allegiance, dual, 93, 97, 195, 197, 213, 215, 216
Alliance of South and West, 110-11, 118, 123, 131, 132, 163, 189; substitution of that of North and West, 125, 131-2, 132-3, 133, 134, 165-6
Alvord, Clarence Walworth, 24, 30, 31-2, 39, 48, 59, 68, 75
American Antiquarian Society, 25
American Economic Association, 234
American Federation of Labor, 252-3
American Historical Association, 17, 19, 21; Papers of, 10, 11; Public Archives Commission of, 33
American Historical Review, 17, 21
American History, first chair of, 33
American Nation, The, 6, 22, 35, 63, 73, 99, 112
Amherst, Mass., 13
Andrews, Charles McLean, 17, 21, 64
Angell, James Burrill, 2, 5, 8, 11
Anglo-American Trade Agreement ( 1938), 275
Appalachian mountains, 109
Archives, state, 25, 26, 32, 33, 34-5
Arkansas, historical work on, 33; 146; slavery in, 187
Articles of Confederation, constitutional situation prevailing under, 90-3, 105-6; League of Nations and, 255
Atchison, David Rice, 174
Atlantic & Western Railroad, 131
Australia, exports of grain from, 271, 272
Autarky, experiment in, 270-4; retreat from, 274-5, 276-7, 285
Back country and tidewater, 59-60, 111
Backwoodsmen, 110-11, 138
Balance of payments, 42, 59, 60-2, 73, 74, 77-8, 79, 80, 83, 86, 100, 123, 182, 214, 268-9, 271-2
Balance of power within the Union, 111, 163-4, 165, 170-2, 174-5, 177-8
Baltimore, Md., 110, 115, 118
Bancroft, George, 15, 16
Banking Act of 1863, 226
Bassett, John Spencer, 39
Baxter Trail, 219
Beard, Charles Austin, 21, 39, 73, 87, 88, 202
Becker, Carl Lotus, 75, 100
Beer, George Louis, 20, 24, 39, 41, 47-8, 62, 75, 99, 100
Belfast, as a port of emigration, 121
Bellamy, Edward, 233
Benton, Thomas Hart, 131, 174
Berlin, University of, 4, 9, 13, 16
Birkbeck, Morris, 123
Bismarck, N.D., 35
Black Hawk War, 1834, 120
Black Warrior river, 147
Blockade, 192

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents xi
  • Maps xi
  • I - Some Aspects of the Recent History of American Historiography 1
  • II - The Mainland Colonies in the Eighteenth Century 41
  • III - The Revolution and the Constitution 73
  • IV - The Settlement of the Mississippi Valley 108
  • V - Sectional Conflict 163
  • VI - Integration and Reform 213
  • VII - New Complexities 250
  • List of Works Cited 293
  • Index 325
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