Transcontinental America, 1850-1915 A Geographical Perspective on 500 Years of History
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Description: In this 3rd volume on America's development, Meinig begins with the problem of building the Pacific railway. He examines the settlement of the American West, the imperial South, and considers America's imperial pressures upon Canada and Mexico.
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Copyright year: 2000
Publisher: Yale University Press
Publication date: 4/10/2000
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.50" tall
|List of Illustrations|
|Articulation: Binding the Coasts Together|
|Forging the Iron Bond|
|Dominion: The Emergence of American Wests|
|Delineating the New West|
|Oregon and the Pacific Northwest|
|Zion, Deseret, and Utah|
|New Mexico: Hispano, Indian, Anglo|
|The Colorado Complex|
|The Rest of the West|
|Indians and Empire|
|American Wests--American Domain|
|Consolidation: Structuring an American Nation|
|A Re-United States|
|New Economic Regions|
|Railroads: The Contest for Territory|
|Populations and Peoples|
|Systems and Symbols|
|Spheres: American Influence and Outreach|
|Canada and Continentalism|
|Mexico and an American Mediterranean|
|Hawaii and an American Pacific|
|Panama and Transcontinental Completion|
|Sources of Quotations|