Voices of the American Past, Volume I

ISBN-10: 1111341249

ISBN-13: 9781111341244

Edition: 5th 2012

Authors: Raymond M. Hyser, J. Christopher Arndt

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List price: $89.95
Edition: 5th
Copyright year: 2012
Publisher: Wadsworth
Publication date: 2/9/2011
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 336
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 0.50" tall
Weight: 1.166
Language: English

Raymond M. Hyser is a Professor of History at James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Virginia. His research interests include the study of race and ethnicity in the Gilded Age. He teaches courses in U.S. History, U.S. Business History, Gilded Age America, and Historical Methods.

Preface to the Fifth Edition
A Guide to Reading and Interpreting Documents and Images
About the Authors
Diverse Beginnings
The Spanish Letter of Columbus to Luis Sant' Angel (1493)
Images of Sixteenth-Century Native American Life
Powhatan and John Smith (1608)
An Indentured Servant Writes Home (1623)
Early New York (1626)
Jesuit Comparison of French and Native Life (1657-1658)
General Considerations for the Plantation in New England (1629)
William Bradford on Sickness Among the Natives (1633)
�Captivity Account� of Mary Rowlandson (1675)
The Pueblo Revolt (1680)
The Indians and Missions of Florida (1675)
Emerging Colonial Societies
A Treaty Between the Five Nations and the New England. Colonies (1689)
Petition of an Accused Witch (1692)
�Pennsylvania, the Poor Man's Paradise� (1698)
Of the Servants and Slaves in Virginia (1705)
The Dilemma of New France (1724)
New York Slave Conspiracy (1741)
Eliza Lucas a Modern Woman (1741-1742)
Toward an American Identity
�Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God� (1741)
Chief Canassatego Speaks at the Treaty of Lancaster (1744)
Pennsylvania Assembly Comments on German Immigration (1755)
The Albany Plan of Union (1754)
Edmund Burke on British Motives in the Seven Years' War (1762)
�The Pontiac Manuscript� (1763)
�What Is an American?� (1770)
Account of the African Slave Trade (1788)
Coming of the Revolution
John Locke on Political Society and Government (1689)
Stamp Act Riots (1765)
Images of Colonial Resistance (1760s-1770s)
Ann Hulton Loyalist View of Colonial Unrest (1774)
Englishwoman's Appeal to the People of Great Britain on the Crisis in America (1775)
Abigail Smith Adams on the British Occupation of Boston (1775)
A Loyalist Perspective on the Coming of the Revolution (1780)
Introduction to Common Sense (1776)
A Speech against Independence (1776)
Creating the New Nation
German Doctor's Account of War and Surgery (1777)
Articles of Confederation (1777)
The Revolution in Indian Country
The Battle of King's Mountain and Loyalism in the Carolinas (1780)
Women's Contributions to the War Effort (1780)
European View of the American Revolution (1778/80, 1783)
Failure of the Continental Congress (1786)
The Northwest Ordinance (1787)
Grievances of the Shays Rebels (1786)
Pennsylvania Dissent to the Ratification of the Constitution (1787)
Federalist Number 10 (1788)
The Limits of Republicanism
Cato Petitions for His Freedom (1781)
Judith Sargent Murray on the Equality of the Sexes (1790)
Alexander Hamilton Speaks in Favor of the National Bank (1791)
Opposing Views of the Whiskey Rebellion (1794)
George Washington's �Farewell Address� (1796)
Description of a Conversion Experience at Cane Ridge, Kentucky (1801)
Marbury v. Madison (1803)
Resolutions of the Hartford Convention (1815)
The New Nation and Its Place in the World
Military Disaster on the Ohio Frontier (1791)
Jefferson's Instructions to Robert Livingston, Minister to France (1802)
Heading West with Lewis and Clark (1804)
Jefferson His Opponents (1800, 1807)
Tecumseh on White Encroachment (1810)
Margaret Bayard Smith on the Burning of Washington, DC (1814)
Tennessee Expansionists on the Adams-On�s Treaty (1819)
The Monroe Doctrine (1823)
The Rise of Democracy
Fanny Wright on Equality (1830)
Daniel Webster's Second Reply to Robert Y. Hayne (1830)
Commentary on Elections in Jacksonian America (1832)
The American System (1832)
Andrew Jackson's Bank Veto Message (1832)
The Cherokee Phoenix on Georgia Policy Toward the Cherokee (1832)
South Carolina Nullifies the Tariff (1832)
Images of Jacksonian Politics
Society and Economy in the North
Promoting the Erie Canal (1818)
Differing Views of a Changing Society (1827, 1836)
Charles G. Finney Describes the Rochester Revival (1830-1831)
American Mania for Railroads (1834)
�Americans on the Move� (1835)
A Petition to Integrate the Schools (1842)
Women Workers Protest �Lowell Wage Slavery� (1847)
�On Irish Emigration� (1852)
Social Reform
�Appeal to the Coloured Citizens of the World� (1829)
William Lloyd Garrison on Slavery (1831)
Evidence Against the Views of the Abolitionists (1833)
Sarah Grimk� Argues for Gender Equality (1837)
The Temperance Crusade (1818, 1846)
�Declaration of Sentiments,� Seneca Falls Convention (1848)
Manifest Destiny
Mid-Nineteenth Century Images of Race and Nation
Texas and California Annexation (1845)
American Description of Mexican Women in Santa Fe (1845)
Life on the Overland Trail (1846)
Mexican View of U.S. Occupation (1847)
Mormons Describe Entering the Salt Lake Valley (1848)
Local Reaction to the Gold Rush (1848)
Images of Chinese Immigrants (1852, 1860)
�Civil Disobedience� (1849)
The Question of Cuban Annexation (1853)
Slavery and the Old South
The Alabama Frontier (1821)
The Trial of Denmark Vesey (1822)
A Reaction to the Nat Turner Revolt (1831)
The Plantation Labor Force (1838-1839)
Labor at the Tredegar Iron Works (1847)
Martin Delany and African American Nationalism (1852)
A Slave Describes Sugar Cultivation (1853)
A Defense of Southern Society (1854)
Images of Slave Life (1858, 1860)
The Southern Yeomen (1860)
Origins of the Civil War
An African American Minister Responds to the Fugitive Slave Law (1851)
Southern Review of Uncle Tom's Cabin (1852)
American (know nothing) Party Platform (1856)
Charles Sumner on �Bleeding Kansas� (1856)
Chicago Tribune on the Dred Scott v. Sanford Decision (1851)
Sensible Hints to the South (1858)
Frederick Douglass on John Brown (1859)
Cartoonists Depict the Issues of the Day (1860)
Inaugural Address of South Carolina Governor Francis Pickens (1860)
Northern Participation in the Slave Trade (1862)
The Civil War
Mary Boykin Chesnut, the Attack on Fort Sumter (1861)
�A War to Preserve the Union� (1861)
Jefferson Davis Responds to the Emancipation Proclamation (1862)
Images of African Americans in the Civil War (1863, 1865)
George Pickett on the �Charge� (1863)
New York City Draft Riots (1863)
The Southern Home Front (1863)
General William T. Sherman on War (1864)
Lincoln's Second Inaugural Address (1865)
A Northern Teacher's View of the Freedmen (1863-1865)
Charleston, South Carolina, at the Conclusion of the Civil War (1865)
African Americans Seek Protection (1865)
Thaddeus Stevens on Reconstruction and the South (1865)
A White Southern Perspective on Reconstruction (1868)
African American Suffrage in the South (1867, 1876)
An African American Congressman Calls for Civil Rights (1874)
The Situation for African Americans in the South (1879)
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