South in the History of the Nation Through Reconstruction

ISBN-10: 031213357X
ISBN-13: 9780312133573
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List price: $57.99
Publisher: Bedford/Saint Martin's
Publication date: 1/15/1999
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 335
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.880
Language: English

Preface
Cultures in Conflict: Indian-European Encounters in the American South
The Spanish and the Indians in "La Florida"
Garcilasso de la Vega, The Inca, On Hernando de Soto's Expedition, 1605
Indians in Virginia
Address to John Smith, 1608
The English in Virginia
Description of Indian Life and Culture, 1612
The French on the Gulf Coast
Journal Entries, 1699
Colonization: Religion and the Founding of Maryland
Catholic Intentions
Instructions to His Colonists, 1633
Jesuit Missionaries
From the "Annual Letter of the English Province of the Society of Jesus," 1638
A Violent Confrontation
Babylon's Fall, 1655
The Crisis of the Late Seventeenth Century: Social Tensions and Rebellion in Virginia
The Servant's Experience
"The Poor Unhappy Transported Felon's Sorrowful Account of His Fourteen Years Transportation at Virginia in America," c. 1680
The Lawne's Creek Rising
Evidence from the Surry County Deed Book and the Surry County Order Book, January 1673/74
Two Women View the Frontier
Letters, 1676
Bacon's Rebellion
"A True Narrative of the Late Rebellion in Virginia," 1677
The Eighteenth Century: Prosperity and the Planter Elite
A Life of Leisure
Entries from His Secret Diary, 1709
A Woman Planter in South Carolina
Letters to her Children, to George Morly, and to Mrs. Evance, 1758 - 1760
A Plantation Owner's Difficulties
Entries from His Diary, 1766
Pre-Revolutionary America: The Regulators and the Carolina Backcountry in Turmoil
Pre-Revolutionary Turmoil: The North Carolina Regulators
Letters to William Tryon, 1768
The Regulator Critique
Letter to Harmon Husbands, 1769
A Regulator Perspective
Introduction to A Fan for Fanning and a Touch-Stone to Tryon, 1771
The Hillsborough Riot
Reports of the Riot, 1770
The Revolution: A Proposal for Arming Slaves
The British Call Slaves to Arms
Earl of Dunmore, Proclamation, 1775
A Patriot's "Scheme"
Correspondence between a Slaveholder and His Son, 1776-1779
Extreme Measures for Difficult Times
Letters, 1779
Defeated By a "Triple-Headed Monster"
Correspondence, 1782
The Creation of the American Republic: Slavery and the Constitution
Slavery and Representation
Debates in the Federal Convention, June 11-July 12, 1787
The African Slave Trade
Debates in the Federal Convention, August 21-25, 1787
A Southerner Opposes the Three-Fifths Clause
"Genuine Information," 1788
Ratification
Debates in South Carolina, Virginia, and North Carolina, 1788
The New Republic: The "Americanization" of New Orleans
Explaining the French Decision
Proclamation in the Name of the French Republic, to the Louisianians, 1803
Establishing a Government for Orleans Territory
Correspondence, 1804
Fears for the Church in a Secular Republic
The Ursulines of New Orleans and Thomas Jefferson Correspondence, 1804
Creoles Demand the Civil Law
Legislative Council of the Territory of Orleans, Resolution, 1806
Changes in New Orleans Society
Entries from His Diary, 1819
The Age of Jackson: The Removal of the Cherokee
The Civilized State of the Cherokees
Letter to Albert Gallatin, 1826
Disputing Georgia's Claim
Annual Message to the Cherokee Nation, 1828
Justifying Removal
Arguments for Removal, 1830
The Trail of Tears
Letters, 1838
Antebellum Reform: Religion and Morality in the Debate over Slavery
A Minister Defends Slavery
The Biblical Justification for Slavery, 1822
Slavery Defended as Moral and Beneficial
"Slavery Justified, by a Southerner," 1850
An "Expatriate" Urges Women to Oppose Slavery
From "Appeal to the Christian Women of the South," 1836
A Former Slave Exposes Hypocrisy
"What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?" 1852
The Texas Frontier
Texas and the Union
Address Delivered at Louisville, Kentucky, 1836
Going to Texas
A Frontier Marriage, 1830s
Life in Texas
"Route across Eastern Texas," 1857
The Slave South: The Case of Jordan Hatcher
Trial and Conviction
Trial Record from the Case of Jordan Hatcher, 1852
Pleading for Justice
Petitions for and against Commutation, 1852
The Commutation
Messages to the Legislature, 1852
Virginians React
Newspaper Articles, 1852
The Sectional Crisis: John Brown's Raid, True Womanhood, and the Alienation of North and South
A Plea from Massachusetts
Letter to Governor Wise, 1859
The Virginia Governor's Response
Letter to Lydia Maria Child, 1859
What Is a True Woman to Do?
Correspondence, 1859
The Civil War: The Minds and Hearts of the Southern People
A Confederate Officer
Letters to Eleanor Smith Nugent, 1861-1865
A Confederate Soldier
Journal Entries, 1862 and 1863
A Young Woman in Occupied New Orleans
From Her Diary, 1862
A Unionist in Tennessee
Explaining Union Support from the Border States, 1862
Black Loyalists in Louisiana
Letters and Petition, 1862, 1864
Reconstruction: Black Freedom and the Ku Klux Klan
The Rise of the Klan
Testimony for the Joint Select Committee in Macon, Mississippi, 1871
A Northern View
"The Ku-Klux Conspiracy," 1872
Missionary Women and Black Education
From Seven Years among the Freedmen, 1890
The Legacy of the Klan
"The Causes, Character, and Consequences of the Ku-Klux Organization," 1880
Reconstruction: Black Freedom and the Ku Klux Klan
The Rise of the Klan
Testimony for the Joint Select Committee of Macon, Mississippi, 1871
A Northern View
"The Ku-Klux Conspiracy," 1872
Missionary Women and Black Education
From Seven Years among the Freedmen, 1890
The Legacy of the Klan
"The Causes, Character, and Consequences of the Ku-Klux Organization," 1880
Westward Expansion: The Texas Border Wars
Horse Thieves on the Mexican Border
Report on the Northern Frontier Question, 1875
"In the Country of the Bad Man"
From A Woman's Reminiscences of Six Years in Camp with the Texas Rangers, 1928
Buffalo Soldiers on the Border
Reports on the Solis Affair, 1875
The Gilded Age: The Farmers' Alliance and Populism
What Did Farmers Want?
"Little" , Addresses to the Texas and Georgia Farmers' Alliances, 1888 and 1889
An Economic Proposal
Committee on the Monetary System, Report, 1889
The St. Louis Demands
The Farmer's Alliance and Industrial Union, Manifesto, 1889
The Alliance and Southern Politics
The National Economist, the Richmond Exchange Reporter,and the Virginia Sun, Newspaper Articles, 1890-1892
The Populist Program
The People's Party of America, Omaha Platform, 1892
The 1890s: The New South and the "Nadir" of American Race Relations
The "Atlanta Compromise"
Atlanta Exposition Address, 1895
Voices of Protest
Ida B. Wells and Alexander R. Manly, On Lynching, 1892 and 1898
An Explosion of Violence
On Racial Violence in Wilmington, North Carolina, 1898
A Plea for Justice
Address to the United States House of Representatives, 1901
The Age of Industrialism: From Farm to Mill
Rural Life in Tennessee and Virginia
Oral History Interviews, 1939
Moving to the Mills
"Why They Go to the Mills," 1907
The Making of the Mill Community
Interview with Flossie Moore Durham, 1976
The Progressive Era: Woman Suffrage and Progressivism in the South
A Woman's Place Is in Politics
Arguments for Woman Suffrage, 1912 and 1914
Southern Arguments against Suffrage
Antisuffrage Leaflets, 1915 and c. 1919
"The Pulse of the South"
The Southern Review, "How the South Really Feels about Woman Suffrage," 1920
World War I: The Debate about Intervention
Public Opinion
Literary Digest, "American Sympathies in the War," 1914
The Case for Preparedness
Arguments for Intervention, 1915 and 1916
An Opponent of War
Speech before Congress, 1917
The 1920s: Fundamentalism and The Scopes Trial
The Fundamentalist Case
From Hell and the High Schools, 1923
The Scopes Trial
Outlook, "Evolution in Tennessee," 1925
Surveying the Scene
"Behind the Scenes in Tennessee," 1925
Fundamentalism's Legacy
Editorial, 1925
The Great Depression: The New Deal and the New South
The Appeal of the Communist Party
From You Cannot Kill the Working Class, c. 1934
Sharing the Wealth
"Every Man a King", 1934
The Tennessee Valley Authority and Grass-Roots Democracy
From A Foreigner Looks at the TVA, 1937
World War II: "The War that Brought Old Dixie Down"?
Serving in a Jim Crow Army
Letters to the Editor, 1943 and 1944
A Liberating Experience for African Americans
On How the War's Impact on Medgar Evers, 1967
The Impact on Women
Recollections of War jobs, 1943-on
Structural Changes in the South
"Gold Rush Down South," 1943
The McCarthy Era: Frank Porter Graham and the Ordeal of Southern Liberalism
Dr. Frank Attacked
"Looking at Dr. Frank Graham's Record," 1948
Frank Graham Defended
"In Fairness to a Great American"
The Fulton Lewis Broadcaset
Accusation and Response, 1949
HUAC and Southern Liberalism
House Un-American Activities Committee , Report on Frank Graham, 1949
The Civil Rights Movement: Murder in Mississippi
Opening the "Closed Society"
Interviews, 1970s
"Big Ambitions"
Letter to Anne Braden, 1964
The Sovereignty Commission Investigates
Reports, 1964
The Response of the White Community
From Witness in Philadelphia, 1977
"Be Sick and Tired with Me"
Eulogy for James Chaney, 1964
The Vietnam War: The South Divided
The War and Public Opinion
Oral History, 1990
Civil Rights and Foreign Policy
"A Time to Break Silence," 1967
Race Relations in the Armed Services
Oral Histories, 1981 and 1984
Criticism of Protesters
Speeches in Louisiana and Alabama, 1969
Student Protest and Community Response
"Concerned Students for Peace" and Washington, North Carolina, Residents, Letters to the Editor, 1970
The 1970s: The ERA and the Rise of the Pro-Family Movement
The President Pledges His Support
Remarks on Signing Proclamation 4515, 1977
ERA Supporters Speak Out
Statements in Favor of Ratification, 1977
Southern Conservatives Fight the ERA
Statements against Ratification, 1971, 1975, and 1980
Failures and Successes
Rosalyn Carter, Reflections on the Carter Administration's Record on Women's Rights, 1984
Contemporary America: The New Immigration in South Florida
The Cuban Experience
Business Week, "How the Immigrants Made It in Miami" and "South Florida's Melting Pot Is about to Boil," 1971 and 1985
Haitian Boat People
Accounts of Haitian Refugees, 1982 and 1984
Assimilation and Conflict
"Black and Cuban American: Bias in Two Worlds," 1977

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