Portrait of America from 1865

ISBN-10: 0618220240

ISBN-13: 9780618220243

Edition: 8th 2003

Authors: Stephen B. Oates, Charles J. Errico

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This is an anthology of essays written by some of America's most eminent historians. The essays in this secondary source reader humanise American history by portraying it as a story of real people with ehom students can identify.
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Book details

List price: $149.95
Edition: 8th
Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: CENGAGE Learning
Publication date: 10/14/2002
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 480
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.584
Language: English

Stephen B. Oates is a professor emeritus of history at the University of Massachusetts–Amherst. His books include Let the Trumpet Sound: A Life of Martin Luther King, Jr. and With Malice Toward None: A Life of Abraham Lincoln . Oates has been awarded numerous honors, including a Guggenheim Fellowship, Robert F. Kennedy Book Award, and Nevins-Freeman Award of the Civil War Round Table of Chicago for lifetime achievement in the field of Civil War studies.

Charles Errico, the new co-author of Portrait of America, is a professor of history at Northern Virginia Community College. He also conducts graduate classes at George Mason University.

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1865: Beautiful, Cruel Year of Transition in the Black Struggle for Freedom
The Checkered History of the Great Fourteenth Amendment
Conquest of the West
Sitting Bull and the Sioux Resistance
Women First Won the Right to Vote in the American West
The New Industrial Order
The Master of Steel: Andrew Carnegie
The Brooklyn Bridge: A Monument to American Ingenuity and Daring
A Little Milk, a Little Honey
Reform and Expansion
The Lady Versus Goliath: Ida Tarbell Takes on Standard Oil Co
America's First Southeast Asian War: The Philippine Insurrection
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African Americans and the Quest for Civil Rights
Grim Realities of the Great War (1914-1918)
"Hell Cannot Be So Terrible": Trench Warfare on the Western Front
Woodrow Wilson Wouldn't Yield
The Twenties
Symbol of an Age
Flappers, Freudians, and All That Jazz
Long Dark Night of the Depression
Under Hoover, the Shame and Misery Deepened
Strike! Labor's Historic Drive to Unionize
A World at War
Franklin and Eleanor: The Early Wartime White House
America and the Holocaust
TheBomb
The Biggest Decision: Why We Had to Drop the Atomic Bomb
Hiroshima: The Victims
Perils of the Cold War
"One Tough Son-of-a-Bitch of a Man"
Eisenhower and Kennedy: Contrasting Presidencies in a Fearful World
Trapped: Lyndon Johnson and the Nightmare of Vietnam
A New Birth of Freedom
Trumpet of Conscience
Betty Friedan Destroys the Myth of the Happy Housewife
The Seventies
"I Have Never Been a Quitter": A Portrait of Richard Nixon
How the Seventies Changed America
The End of the Cold War
The Man Who Broke the Evil Empire
Some Lessons from the Cold War
From the Technological Revolution to Modern Terrorism
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