Private Lives - Public Moments 1877 Readings in American History
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Description: A collection of essays by major historians that examine the history of the United States by connecting the private lives of its people to the public issues that have had a major impact on the nationrsquo;s destiny. The text examines much of what we call ldquo;historyrdquo; as the product of conflict or concord (or some combination of the two) between private aspirations, frustrations, and values on the one side, and public issues, events and policies on the other.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
Copyright year: 2010
Publisher: Pearson Education, Limited
Publication date: 7/30/2009
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
|Early America: From Before 1492 To The American Revolution|
|Before 1492: Native Americans Of The Southwest|
|Columbus Meets Pocahontas: European Images Of Native American Women|
|Religion, Childhood, And Society In The New England And Middle Colonies|
|Settling South Carolina: Family Ties And The Quest For Wealth In The New World|
|From Africans To African Americans: Slavery, Women, And The Family|
|Patriot Father, Loyalist Son: Benjamin Andï¿½William Franklin|
|Southern Women And The American Revolution|
|A People On The Move: Life, Work, And Territorial Expansion In The New Nation|
|Pioneers On The Western Farming Frontier|
|From Farm To Factory: The Beginning Of Industrial Labor|
|A New Economy And A New American Family|
|Irish Immigrant Women And Their Men In New York City|
|Indian Removal: Cherokee Women And The Trail Of Tears|
|After The Gold Rush: The Male World Ofï¿½California Mining Towns|
|Social Reform, Slavery, And The Civil War|
|A Religious Challenge To American Capitalism: The Oneida Community|
|Free Black Women, The Movement To Abolish Slavery, And The Struggle For Women'S Rights|
|Selling Children: The Domestic Slave Trade|
|Divided Houses: Rebel Sons In Union Families|
|The Children'S Civil War|
|After The Civil War: Black Women And Their Families During Reconstruction|