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  • ISBN-13: 9781111475536
  • Publisher: Cengage Learning
  • Publication date: 8/12/2010
  • Edition number: 1
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The Iroquois Describe the Beginning of the World. Precontact, to 1500. Excerpt from Christopher Columbus: Four Voyages to the New World: Letters and Selected Documents, by Christopher Columbus - Christopher Columbus 1492. Precontact, to 1500. Columbus Announces His Discovery - Christopher Columbus 1493. Precontact, to 1500. Columbus Recounts His First Encounters with Native People - Christopher Columbus 1493. Precontact, to 1500. Vespucci's First Voyage Amerigo - Vespucci 1497. Precontact, to 1500. Cortes in Mexico - Hernón Cortés 1519-1521. Colonial, 1500-1776. Spanish Monk Pleads for Better Treatment of the Indians - Bartolome de las Casas 1542. Colonial, 1500-1776. A Brief Account of the Destruction of the Indies, by Bartolome de Las Casas - Bartolome de Las Casas 1552. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Conquest of New Spain - Bernal Diaz del Castillo 1576. Colonial, 1500-1776. A Spanish Explorer Views the Pueblos - Hernón Gallegos 1580. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Exploration of New Mexico - Antonio Espejo 1582. Colonial, 1500-1776. Spanish Explorers Observe Pueblo Irrigation - Antonio de Espejo 1582. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Voyages of Sir Walter Raleigh - Walter Raleigh 1584. Colonial, 1500-1776. John White Depicts Indian Planting and Fishing in North Carolina - John White 1590. Colonial, 1500-1776. Report to the Viceroy of New Spain - Juan de Onate 1599. Colonial, 1500-1776. A Spaniard Testifies on the Effects of Pueblo Colonization - Gin's de Herrera Horta 1601. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Exploration of California - Sebastian Vizcaino 1602. Colonial, 1500-1776. Captain Smith Rescued by Pochahontas - John Smith 1607. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Earliest Days of Virginia - Eward Maria Wingfield 1608. Colonial, 1500-1776. Starving in Virginia (1607-1610, by Captain John Smith) - John Smith 1610. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Spanish Plan the Destruction of Jamestown - Don Diego de Molina 1613. Colonial, 1500-1776. John Rolfe Explains His Marriage to Pocahontas - John Rolfe 1614. Colonial, 1500-1776. Virginia Settlers Discover Tobacco - John Rolfe; Raphe Hamor 1614-1617. Colonial, 1500-1776. A Description of New England or the Observations and Discoveries of Captain John Smith - John Smith 1616. Precontact, to 1500. History of Plymouth Plantation - William Bradford 1620. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Mayflower Compact - William Bradford and Others 1620. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Pacification of the Southwest - Antonio de la Ascension 1620. Colonial, 1500-1776. William Bradford Faces a 'Hideous and Desolate Wilderness' - William Bradford 1620-1635. Colonial, 1500-1776. Excerpt from Of Plymouth Plantation (1) - William Bradford 1620-47. Colonial, 1500-1776. Two Governors Describe the New England Smallpox Epidemic - John Winthrop and William Bradford, journal entries from 1620-1649. Colonial, 1500-1776. Exposing Virginia - Nathaniel Butler 1622. Colonial, 1500-1776. Indentured Servant Richard Frethorne Laments His Condition in Virginia - Richard Frethorne 1623. Colonial, 1500-1776. John Winthrop Sets Forth the Grounds for Settling in New England - John Winthrop 1629. Colonial, 1500-1776. A Model of Christian Charity - John Winthrop 1630. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Divine Right to Occupy the Land - John Cotton 1630. Colonial, 1500-1776. Hardships in Massachusetts - William Pond, Jr. 1631. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Pequot War - John Underhill 1637. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Trial of Anne Hutchinson - Anne Hutchinson 1637. Colonial, 1500-1776. An English Description of African Trade - Lewes Roberts 1638. Colonial, 1500-1776. Indians Respond to Epidemics in New France - Various 1638, 1640. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Fundamental Orders of Connecticut - Town Representatives 1639. Colonial, 1500-1776. Capital Laws in Massachusetts - Nathaniel Ward 1641. Colonial, 1500-1776. Excerpts from an Early Advice Book - Edwin Powers 1641. Colonial, 1500-1776. Little Speech on Liberty - John Winthrop 1645. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Maryland Toleration Act - Maryland General Assembly 1649. Colonial, 1500-1776. Poetic Epitaphs - Anne Bradstreet 1653-1669. Colonial, 1500-1776. Interracial Sexual Relations and Their Consequences: The Case of Elizabeth Key - Various 1655-1656. Colonial, 1500-1776. Positive View of Indentured Servitude - John Hammond 1656. Colonial, 1500-1776. Virginia Slave Laws - Virginia General Assembly 1660-1682. Colonial, 1500-1776. Advice on Attending Harvard - Thomas Shepard 1672. Colonial, 1500-1776. Nicolas Denys Describes the Micmac Fur Trade - Nicolas Denys 1672. Colonial, 1500-1776. Captivity Narrative - Mary Rowlandson 1676. Colonial, 1500-1776. Nathaniel Bacon Recounts the Misdeeds of the Virginia Governor - Nathaniel Bacon 1676. Colonial, 1500-1776. Bacon's Rebellion - Anonymous 1677. Colonial, 1500-1776. Before the Birth of One of Her Children - Anne Bradstreet 1678. Colonial, 1500-1776. Penn's Letter to the Indians - William Penn 1681. Colonial, 1500-1776. William Penn Promotes His Colony - William Penn 1681. Colonial, 1500-1776. Testimony Before Spanish Authorities, December 19, 1681 (Pueblo Revolt) - Pedro Naranjo 1681. Colonial, 1500-1776. Quaker Declaration Against Slavery - Germantown Quakers 1688. Colonial, 1500-1776. The De Leon Expeditions to Texas - Damian Massanet 1689. Colonial, 1500-1776. A Jesuit Missionary Recalls Micmac Hunting Rituals - Chrestien Le Clercq 1691. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Reconquest of New Mexico - Carlos de Siguenza y Gongora 1692. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Salem Witchcraft Trials - Thomas Brattle 1692. Colonial, 1500-1776. Slaves Endure the Middle Passage - Source: George Francis Dow, ed., Slave Ships and Slaving (Marine Research Society, 1927), pp. 62-63, 65-69. 1693. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Wonders of the Invisible World - Long - Cotton Mather 1693. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Wonders of the Invisible World - Short - Cotton Mather 1693. Colonial, 1500-1776. Penn's Plan of Union - William Penn 1697. Colonial, 1500-1776. Justice for the Indians - Samuel Sewall 1700. Colonial, 1500-1776. Excerpts from the Virginia Law on Indentured Servitude - Virginia Statutes At Large 1705. Colonial, 1500-1776. Conversion and Conquest in Arizona - Eusabio Kino 1710. Colonial, 1500-1776. Puritan Prescription for Marital Concord - Benjamin Wadsworth 1712. Colonial, 1500-1776. Judge Sewall Goes Wooing - Samuel Sewall 1720. Colonial, 1500-1776. Silence Dogood - Benjamin Franklin 1722. Colonial, 1500-1776. Smallpox Epidemic - William Douglass 1722. Colonial, 1500-1776. Indentured Servants in Virginia - Hugh Jones 1724. Colonial, 1500-1776. Franklin's Plan - Benjamin Franklin 1730s. Colonial, 1500-1776. Runaway Indentured Servants - Virginia Gazette 1736, 1737, 1767. Colonial, 1500-1776. Slavery in Georgia - The Trustees of Georgia and the Magistrates of the Town of Savannah 1738. Colonial, 1500-1776. Letter Describing Plantation Life in South Carolina - Eliza Lucas Pinckney 1740. Colonial, 1500-1776. Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God - Jonathan Edwards 1741. Colonial, 1500-1776. Journey to Pennsylvania - Gottlieb Mittelberger 1750. Colonial, 1500-1776. Observations Concerning the Increase of Mankind - Benjamin Franklin 1751. Colonial, 1500-1776. A French Soldier on the Ohio Frontier - Bonnefons 1753-1754. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Federalist Papers - James Madison and Alexander Hamiliton 1787-1788. Early National, 1790-1859. Cultural Conflict on the Frontier - Nopkehe (Hagler) 1754. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Albany Plan of Union - Benjamin Franklin 1754. Colonial, 1500-1776. A Quaker Confronts Slavery - John Woolman 1757. Colonial, 1500-1776. Journal of Christian Post - Christian Frederick Post 1758. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Way to Wealth - Benjamin Franklin 1758. Colonial, 1500-1776. Plantation Management - Richard Corbin 1759. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Paxton Boys - Benjamin Franklin 1764. Colonial, 1500-1776. Imperial Reform - Francis Bernard 1765. Colonial, 1500-1776. Resolutions of the Stamp Act Congress - The Stamp Act Congress 1765. Colonial, 1500-1776. Parliamentary Debates - Lords Chatham, Grenville and Mansfield 1766. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Declaratory Act - Parliament of Great Britain 1766. Colonial, 1500-1776. Advertisements for Runaway Slaves. Various Newspapers 1767-1839. Colonial, 1500-1776. Failure and Rebellion in a Frontier Town. Bernard Romans 1769. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Boston Massacre - Anonymous 1770. Colonial, 1500-1776. The Rights of the Colonists - Samuel Adams 1772. Colonial, 1500-1776. Parliamentary Supremacy - Thomas Hutchinson 1773. Colonial, 1500-1776. Conciliation with America - Edmund Burke 1775. Colonial, 1500-1776. Declaration of Rebellion - George III 1775. Colonial, 1500-1776. Proclamation: John Murray - John Murray, Earl of Dunmore 1775. Colonial, 1500-1776. Taxation No Tyranny - Samuel Johnson 1775. Colonial, 1500-1776. America and the Wealth of Nations - Adam Smith 1776. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Common Sense - Thomas Paine 1776. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Declaration of Independence - Thomas Jefferson 1776. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Mohawk Leader Joseph Brant Commits the Loyalty of His People to Great Britain - Joseph Brant (Source: E. B. O'Callaghan, ed., Documents Relative to the Colonial History of the State of New York, VIII (Albany, N.Y.: Weed, Parsons, 1853'1887), 670-671. 1776. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Recruiting an Army - George Washington 1776. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. The Intimate Revolution - John Adams and Abigail Adams 1776. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Loyalist Poems - Joseph Stansbury and Jonathan Odell 1776-1783. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. American Slave Laws - The Legislatures of South Carolina and Illinois 1776-1860. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Legislative Attacks on Loyalists - Various States 1777-1782. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Articles of Confederation - Continental Congress 1777. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Treaty of Alliance with France - U.S. Government 1778. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Black Battalions - Alexander Hamilton 1779. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Narrative of Col. Ethan Allen's Captivity - Ethan Allen 1779. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Surrender at Yorktown - Charles Cornwallis 1781. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Against the Indians - Hugh H. Brackenridge 1782. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Letters from an American Farmer - Michael St. John de Crevecour 1782. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Proclamation: George III - George III 1783. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. The Chickasaws Negotiate - The Chickasaw Chiefs 1783. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Treaty of Paris - U.S. Government 1783. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Jefferson on Slavery - Short - Thomas Jefferson 1784. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Jefferson on Slavery - Long - Thomas Jefferson 1784. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Constitution of the United States - The Constitutional Convention 1787. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Northwest Ordinance - Second Continental Congress 1787. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. The Northwest Ordinance - United States Congress 1787. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. The Virginia Plan - James Madison 1787. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Essays of Brutus - Long - Anonymous (Yates) 1787. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Essays of Brutus - Short - Anonymous (Yates) 1787. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Thomas Jefferson Extols the Agrarian Ideal - Thomas Jefferson 1787. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Observations on the New Constitution - Mercy Otis Warren 1788. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. Patrick Henry Condemns the Centralization of Government if the Constitution is Ratified - Patrick Henry 1788. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. An African View of the Slave Trade - Olaudah Equiano 1789. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. First Inaugural Address. George Washington 1789. Revolutionary, 1776-1789. The Anas - Thomas Jefferson 1790. Early National, 1790-1815. Debate on the First National Bank - Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton 1791. Early National, 1790-1815. Free Blacks in South Carolina Petition for Equal Rights - Various Sources/Major Problems in Am. History 1791. Early National, 1790-1815. Report on the Subject of Manufactures - Alexander Hamilton 1791. Early National, 1790-1815. The Yellow Fever Epidemic in Philadelphia - Long - Matthew Carey 1793. Early National, 1790-1815. The Yellow Fever Epidemic in Philadelphia - Short - Matthew Carey 1793. Early National, 1790-1815. Farewell Address - George Washington 1796. Early National, 1790-1815. Federalist #10 - James Madison 1797. Early National, 1790-1815. Alien and Sedition Acts - United States Congress 1798. Early National, 1790-1815. Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions - Thomas Jefferson and James Madison 1798. Early National, 1790-1815. Virginia Resolution - James Madison 1798. Early National, 1790-1815. Indian Warfare - Short - James Smith 1799. Early National, 1790-1815. Rhode Island's Reply to the Virginia Resolves - Rhode Island General Assembly 1799. Early National, 1790-1815. Indian Warfare - Long - James Smith 1799. Early National, 1790-1815. Jefferson's First Inaugural Address - Thomas Jefferson 1801. Early National, 1790-1815. Jefferson's Secret Message to Congress Regarding the Lewis and Clark Expedition - Thomas Jefferson 1803. Early National, 1790-1815. Louisiana Purchase Treaty - U.S. Government 1803. Early National, 1790-1815. Marbury v. Madison - John Marshall 1803. Early National, 1790-1815. President's Instructions to Meriwether Lewis - Thomas Jefferson 1803. Early National, 1790-1815. The Jerks - Lorenzo Dow 1804. Early National, 1790-1815. Against Christian Missionaries - Red Jacket 1805. Early National, 1790-1815. The Dangers of American Liberty - Fisher Ames 1805. Early National, 1790-1815. Lewis's Initial Report to the President - Meriwether Lewis 1806. Early National, 1790-1815. Philadelphia Cordwainers - Short - Philadelphia Mayor's Court 1806. Early National, 1790-1815. Philadelphia Cordwainers - Long - Philadelphia Mayor's Court 1806. Early National, 1790-1815. Debating War With England - House of Representatives 1811. Early National, 1790-1815. Jefferson and Adams on Aristocracy - Thomas Jefferson and John Adams 1812-1814. Early National, 1790-1815. Thanatopsis - William Cullen Bryant 1817. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Slave Spirituals - Unknown Various. Antebellum, 1816-1860. General Character of the Indians - John Heckewelder 1819. Antebellum, 1816-1860. McCulloch v. The State of Maryland - John Marshall 1819. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Trustees of Dartmouth College v. Woodward - John Marshall 1819. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Against Universal Manhood Suffrage - Daniel Webster 1820. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Missouri Compromise - U.S. Government 1820. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Panic in the West - James Flint 1820. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Pilgrims of Hawaii - Anonymous 1820-1838. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Thoughts on Political Economy - Daniel Raymond 1820. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Monroe Doctrine - John Quincy Adams 1823. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Pioneers - James Fenimore Cooper 1823. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Gibbons v. Ogden - U.S. Supreme Court 1824. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Captivity Narrative (Jemison) - Mary Jemison 1824. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Child Labor - Massachusetts Senate 1825-1835. Antebellum, 1816-1860. A Revival In Cincinnati - Frances Trollope 1828. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The South Carolina Exposition - John C. Calhoun 1828. Antebellum, 1816-1860. An Appeal to the Colored Citizens of the World - David Walker 1829. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Jackson's Second Annual Message to Congress (on Indian Removal) - Andrew Jackson 1830. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Rules for Husbands and Wives - Matthew Carey 1830. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Second Annual Message to Congress (Removal Defended) - Andrew Jackson 1830. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Cherokee Nation Pleads to Remain on the Land of Our Fathers - Cherokee Nation 1830. Antebellum, 1816-1860 To The People of The United States - The General Council of the Cherokee Nation 1830. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Mill Girl Harriet Hanson Robinson Describes Her Labor in a Lowell Textile Mill - Harriet Hanson Robinson 1831. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Poems (Edgar Allan Poe) - Edgar Allen Poe 1831. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Confessions of Nat Turner - Nat Turner 1831. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Liberator - William Lloyd Garrison 1831. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Nullification - Andrew Jackson 1832. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Pro-Slavery Argument - Thomas R. Dew 1832. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Veto of the Bank of the United States - Andrew Jackson 1832. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Worcester v. the State of Georgia - John Marshall 1832. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Declaration of Sentiments (1833) - American Anti-Slavery Society 1833. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Domestic Manners of the Americans - Short - Frances Trollope 1833. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Domestic Manners of the Americans - Long - Frances Trollope 1833. Antebellum, 1816-1860. How to Get Elected - David Crockett 1834. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Davy Crockett's Tour to the North - David Crockett 1835. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Democracy in America - Alexis de Tocqueville 1835. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Dangers of Immigration - Samuel F. B. Morse 1835. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Office of the People - George Bancroft 1835. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Evils of Female Labor. National Trades? Union 1836. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Useful Knowledge - Daniel Webster 1836. Antebellum, 1816-1860. A Soldier's Conscience - Ethan Allen Hitchcock 1836-1855. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Jackson's Farewell Address - Andrew Jackson 1837. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Legal Disabilities of Women - Sarah M. Grimke 1837. Antebellum, 1816-1860. On the Reception of Abolition Petitions - John C. Calhoun 1837. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Frances Anne Kemble Discusses Slavery and Nature in Georgia - Frances Anne Kemble 1838-1839. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Militia Drill Company - Augustus Baldwin Longstreet 1840. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Domestic Economy - Catharine E. Beecher 1841. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Self-Reliance - Ralph Waldo Emerson 1841. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Texas Invades New Mexico - Manuel Armijo 1841. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Memorial to the Legislature of Massachusetts - Dorothea Dix 1843. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Great Lawsuit - Margaret Fuller 1843. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Labor Organizing - Journeymen Cordwainers 1844. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Young American, The - Ralph Waldo Emerson 1844. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs - Long - Johnson Jones Hooper 1845. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Manifest Destiny - John O'Sullivan 1845. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Workers and Immigrants - Voice of Industry 1845. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Adventures of Captain Simon Suggs - Short - Johnson Jones Hooper 1845. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Advice to the Soldiers of the United States Army - Mariano Arista 1846. Antebellum, 1816-1860. John Avery, Voice of Industry, and the Harbinger - Lowell 1846. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Bigelow Papers - Short - James Russel Lowell 1846. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Moral Influence of Steam - Long - Charles Fraser 1846. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The United States Invades New Mexico - Manuel Armijo and W.H. Emory 1846. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Vote Yourself a Farm - George Henry Evans 1846. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Moral Influence of Steam - Short - Charles Fraser 1846. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Bigelow Papers - Long - James Russel Lowell 1846. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Peace with Mexico - Albert Gallatin 1847. Antebellum, 1816-1860. A Georgia Planter Tells Why Cotton Pays - John Lamar 1847. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Declaration of Rights and Sentiments (1848) - Seneca Falls Convention 1848. Antebellum, 1816-1860. In Opposition to the Mexican War - Abraham Lincoln 1848. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo - U.S. Government 1848. Antebellum, 1816-1860. California Gold Rush Diary - Walter Colton 1848. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Civil Disobedience - Short - Henry David Thoreau 1849. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Compromise of 1850 - U.S. Government 1850. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Fugitive Slave Act - United States Congress 1850. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Human Cattle for Sale - Solomon Northrup 1850. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Mexican View of the War - Ramon Alvarez et al. 1850. Antebellum, 1816-1860. A Disquisition on Government - John C. Calhoun 1851. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Ain't I a Woman? - Sojourner Truth 1851. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Uncle Tom's Cabin - Harriet Beecher Stowe 1852. Antebellum, 1816-1860. What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July? - Frederick Douglass 1852. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Bartleby, the Scrivener - Herman Melville 1853. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Voyage to America - Anonymous 1853. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Despotism in America - Richard Hildreth 1854. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Kansas-Nebraska Act - U.S. Government 1854. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Planter's Northern Bride - Caroline Hentz 1854. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Progress of Mankind - George Bancroft 1854. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Henry David Thoreau on Nature Versus Civilization - Henry David Thoreau 1854. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Marriage of Lucy Stone Under Protest - Lucy Stone 1855. Antebellum, 1816-1860. My Bondage and My Freedom - Short - Frederick Douglass 1855. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Margaret Garner, a Slave Mother, Kills Her Child to Prevent Reenslavement - Various(newspaper sources) 1856. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Crime Against Kansas - Charles Sumner 1856. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Kansas Conflict - John Townsley 1856. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Rules on a Rice Plantation - P. C. Weston 1856. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Dred Scott Decision - U.S. Supreme Court 1857. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Cotton Is King - James H. Hammond 1858. Antebellum, 1816-1860. The Lincoln-Douglas Debates - Abraham Lincoln and Stephen Douglas 1858. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Garrison Justifies John Brown's Raid - William Lloyd Garrison 1859. Antebellum, 1816-1860. John Brown's Statement Before His Execution - John Brown 1859. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Levi Coffin Remembers the Underground Railroad - Levi Coffin 1850s. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Poems (Emily Dickinson) - Short - Emily Dickinson 1850s. Antebellum, 1816-1860. Poems (Emily Dickinson) - Long - Emily Dickinson 1860-1886. Antebellum, 1816-1860. South Carolina Defends the Cause of Secession - South Carolina 1860. Civil War, 1860-1865. Constitution of the Confederate States - Short - Congress of the Confederate States 1861. Civil War, 1860-1865. Declaration of War - Jefferson Davis 1861. Civil War, 1860-1865. Fast Day Sermons - B.M. Palmer and M.J. Raphall and Henry Ward Beecher 1861. Civil War, 1860-1865. First Inaugural Address - Abraham Lincoln 1861. Civil War, 1860-1865. Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl - Harriet Jacobs 1861. Antebellum, 1816-1870. Slavery and the Confederacy - Alexander Stephens 1861. Civil War, 1860-1865. Telegram Announcing the Surrender of Fort Sumter - U.S. Military 1861. Civil War, 1860-1865. Constitution of the Confederate States - Long - Congress of the Confederate States 1861. Civil War, 1860-1865. Homestead Act - U.S. Government 1862. Civil War, 1860-1865. How the Colored People Take the Emancipation Proclamation - Daily Evening Bulletin, (San Francisco, CA) 1862. Civil War, 1860-1865. The Women's War - Annie Wittenmeyer, L.P. Brockett 1862, 1863, ca 1864. Civil War, 1860-1865. A Confederate Soldier Recounts the Battle of Gettysburg - Tally Simpson 1863. Civil War, 1860-1865. Amnesty Proclamation - Abraham Lincoln 1863. Civil War, 1860-1865. An African American Soldier Pleads for Equal Treatment - James Henry Gooding 1863. Civil War, 1860-1865. New York City Draft Riots - H.R. Putnam 1863. Civil War, 1860-1865. Report on the Committee of Merchants for the Relief of Colored People Suffering from the Late Riots in the City of New York - Committee of Merchants for the Relief of Colored People, Suffering from the Late Riots in the City of New York 1863. Civil War, 1860-1865. Southern View of the Emancipation Proclamation - Jefferson Davis 1863. Civil War, 1860-1865. The Emancipation Proclamation - Abraham Lincoln 1863. Civil War, 1860-1865. The Gettysburg Address - Abraham Lincoln 1863. Civil War, 1860-1865. War Department General Order 143: Creation of U.S. Colored Troops - U.S. Government 1863. Civil War, 1860-1865. Enlisted Man Describes Life in a Confederate Prison Camp - Joseph R. Ward 1864. Civil War, 1860-1865. General Sherman Recalls the March Through Georgia - William T. Sherman 1864. Civil War, 1860-1865. The Battle of Atlanta - David P. Conyngham 1864. Civil War, 1860-1865. The Wade-Davis Plan - Benjamin F. Wade and Henry W. Davis 1864. Civil War, 1860-1865. A Freedman to His Old Master - Jourdon Anderson 1865. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. An Appeal from Southern Blacks - The Convention of the Colored People of Virginia 1865. Civil War, 1860-1865. Articles of Agreement Relating to the Surrender of the Army of Northern Virginia - Ulysses S. Grant and Robert E. Lee 1865. Civil War, 1860-1865. Lincon's Reconstruction - Abraham Lincoln 1865. Reconstruction, 1865-1888. Louisiana Black Code - Louisiana Senate 1865. Civil War, 1860-1865. Our Relations to the Colored Population - The Presbyterian Church in the United States 1865. Reconstruction, 1865-1892. Regulating the Domestic Relations of Freedmen - The General Assembly of South Carolina 1865. Reconstruction, 1865-1895. Second Inaugural Address - Abraham Lincoln 1865. Civil War, 1860-1865. The Assassination of Lincoln - Henry R. Rathbone and William Withers, Jr. 1865. Civil War, 1860-1865. The Negotiations at Appomattox - Ulysses S. Grant 1865. Civil War, 1860-1865. The Origins of Insanity in Women - Horatio Storer 1865. Civil War, 1860-1865. The South Since the War - Sidney Andrews 1865. Reconstruction, 1865-1900. The American Railway System, 1865 - Sir Samuel Morton Peto 1865. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. A Southern View of Defeat - Alexander H. Stephens 1866. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. Black Testimony on the Aftermath of Enslavement - Report on the Joint Committee on Reconstruction 1866. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. New Orleans Race Riot - U.S. House of Representatives 1866. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. An Appeal to Congress for Impartial Suffrage - Short - Frederick Douglass 1867. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. Freedmen's Bureau, Reports from Georgia - Charles Raushenberg 1867. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. Radical Reconstruction - Thaddeus Stevens 1867. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. An Appeal to Congress for Impartial Suffrage - Long - Frederick Douglass 1867. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. Female Enfranchisement - Elizabeth Cady Stanton 1868. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. Impeach Andrew Johnson - Benjamin Butler 1868. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. Treat of Fort Laramie - U.S. Government 1868. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. Against Women's Suffrage - Long - Horace Bushnell 1869. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. Principles of Domestic Science - Catharine E. Beecher and Harriet Beecher Stowe 1869. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. Against Women's Suffrage - Short - Horace Bushnell 1869. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. The Principles of Social Freedom - Victoria C. Woodhull 1871. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. Visit from the Ku Klux Klan - Elias Hill 1871. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. Act Establishing Yellowstone National Park - U.S. Government 1872. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. Black Recollections of Freedom's Impact - Federal Writers Project 1872, 1941. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. Bradwell v. The State of Illinois - U.S. Supreme Court 1873. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. Granger Resolutions - The Illinois State Farmers? Association 1873. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. Slaughter-House Cases - U.S. Supreme Court 1873. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. The Vicksburg Massacre - U.S. House of Representatives 1874. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. Memorial of Six Chinese Companies - Short - B.E. Lloyd 1876. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. Memorial of Six Chinese Companies - Long - B.E. Lloyd 1876. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. Nez Perce Surrenders - Chief Joseph/Nez Perce 1877. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. The Strike of 1877 - Allan Pinkerton 1877. Reconstruction, 1865-1877. Formation of the Knights of Labor - Long - Terence Powderly 1878. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Formation of the Knights of Labor - Short - Terence Powderly 1878. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. The Negro Exodus - James R. Runnion 1879. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. The Emergence of Sharecropping - David C. Barrow Jr. 1880. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Advice on Keeping Children on the Farm - John E. Reed 1881. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. A Century of Dishonor (Excerpts) - Helen Hunt Jackson 1881. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Chinese Exclusion Act - U.S. Government 1882. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Chinese Immigrant Lee Chew Denounces Prejudice in America - Lee Chew 1882. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. The Factory System's Influence - Carroll D. Wright 1882. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Civil Rights Cases - Joseph P. Bradley 1883. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. The New Colossus - Emma Lazarus 1883. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. What Social Classes Owe to Each Other - William Graham Sumner 1883. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. The Chinese in San Francisco - Short - San Francisco Board of Supervisors 1885. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Unguarded Gates - Thomas Bailey Aldrich 1885. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. The Chinese in San Francisco - Long - San Francisco Board of Supervisors 1885. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. A White Heron - Sarah Orne Jewett 1886. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. The Haymarket Trials - Dyer D. Lum 1886. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Dawes Act - U.S. Government 1887. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Interstate Commerce Act - U.S. Government 1887. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. The New South - Henry W. Grady 1888. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. How the Other Half Lives - Jacob Riis 1890. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Sherman Anti-Trust Act - U.S. Government 1890. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. What Does the Working Man Want? - Samuel Gompers 1890. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Wounded Knee - James Mooney 1890. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Native Accounts of Wounded Knee - Turning Hawk, Captain Sword, Spotted Horse, and American Horse 1891. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Class War in Coeur D'Alene - The Spokane Weekly Review 1892. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Leaves of Grass - Long - Walt Whitman 1892. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Populist Party Platform - The Populist Party 1892. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Prohibition Party Platform - Prohibition Party 1892. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Leaves of Grass - Short - Walt Whitman 1892. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. The Significance of the Frontier in American History - Frederick Jackson Turner 1893. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Women's Christian Temperance Union Blasts Drinking - WCTU 1893. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Coin's Financial School - William H. Harvey 1894. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. A Red Record - Ida B. Wells 1895. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Atlanta Exposition Address - Booker T. Washington 1895. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Plessy v. Ferguson - U.S. Supreme Court 1896. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. The Cross of Gold - William Jennings Bryant 1896. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Strivings of the Negro People - W.E.B. DuBois 1897. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Joint Resolution to Provide for Annexing the Hawaiian Islands - U.S. Government 1898. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Under Fire in Cuba - Short - Horace W. Bivens 1898. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Under Fire in Cuba - Long - Horace W. Bivens 1898. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. The Battle of the Little Bighorn, Narrated by an Indian Who Fought in It - Two Moons 1898. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. American Anti-Imperialist League - American Anti-Imperialist League 1899. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Mr. Dooley in Peace and War - Long - Finley Peter Dunne 1899. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Rights of the Unborn - Edward J. Ill 1899. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Theodore Roosevelt Praises the Manly Virtues of Imperialism - Theodore Roosevelt 1899. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Theory of the Leisure Class - Thorstein Veblen 1899. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Mr. Dooley in Peace and War - Short - Finley Peter Dunne 1899. Industrializing America, 1877-1900. Lynch Law in America - Ida B. Wells 1900. Progressive Era, 1900-1931. The Strenuous Life - Theodore Roosevelt 1900. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Affairs in the Philippines - Long - U.S. Senate 1902. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Affairs in the Philippines - Short - U.S. Senate 1902. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Booker T. Washington and Others - W.E.B. DuBois 1903. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Platt Amendment - U.S. Government 1903. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Resolutions of the National Association of Colored Women - NACW 1904. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. The Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine - Theodore Roosevelt 1904. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. The Shame of Corruption (sic)- Lincoln Steffens 1904. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Fifth Annual Message - Long - Theodore Roosevelt 1905. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. How I Became A Socialist - Jack London 1905. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Lochner v. New York - Short - U.S. Supreme Court 1905. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Plunkitt of Tamany Hall - Short - William L. Riordan 1905. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. The Niagara Movement - W.E.B. DuBois 1905. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Fifth Annual Message - Short - Theodore Roosevelt 1905. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Lochner v. New York - Long - U.S. Supreme Court 1905. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Plunkitt of Tamany Hall - Long - William L. Riordan 1905. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Civic Housekeeping - Jane Addams 1906. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Muckrakers - Theodore Roosevelt 1906. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Excerpt from The Jungle - Upton Sinclair 1906. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Lynch Law - Benjamin Tillman 1907. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Wealth and Its Uses - Andrew Carnegie 1907. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Muller v. the State of Oregon - U.S. Supreme Court 1908. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. The Moral Equivalent of War - Short - William James 1910. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. The Moral Equivalent of War - Long - William James 1910. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Marx v. Tolstoy - Clarence S. Darrow and Arthur M. Lewis 1911. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Principles of Scientific Management - Frederick W. Taylor 1911. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Social Ethics - Jane Addams 1911. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Monopoly or Opportunity? - Short - Woodrow Wilson 1912. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Monopoly or Opportunity? - Long - Woodrow Wilson 1912. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Against Women Voting - Short - Grace Duffield Goodwin 1913. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Experiments in Government - Short - Elihu Root 1913. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. The Money Trust - Short - Pujo Committee 1913. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Experiments in Government - Long - Elihu Root 1913. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Against Women Voting - Long - Grace Duffield Goodwin 1913. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. The Money Trust - Long - Pujo Committee 1913. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. American Neutrality Policy - Woodrow Wilson 1914. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Drift and Mastery. Walter Lippman 1914. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. North of Boston (poems) - Short - Robert Frost 1914. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. The Achievement and Aspirations of Labor - Short - Samuel Gompers 1914. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. North of Boston (poems) - Long - Robert Frost 1914. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. The Achievement and Aspirations of Labor - Long - Samuel Gompers 1914. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Did Frank Leo Get Justice? - Arthur Train 1915. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Americanism - Long - Theodore Roosevelt 1915. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Americanism - Short - Theodore Roosevelt 1915. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Keating-Owen Child Labor Act - U.S. Government 1916. Progressive Era, 1900-1917. Espionage Act - U.S. Government 1917. World War I, 1914-1918. Jailed for Freedom - Short - Doris Stevens 1917. World War I, 1914-1918. War Message - Long - Woodrow Wilson 1917. World War I, 1914-1918. Zimmerman Telegram - Arthur Zimmerman 1917. World War I, 1914-1918. Jailed for Freedom - Long - Doris Stevens 1917. World War I, 1914-1918. War Message - Short - Woodrow Wilson 1917. World War I, 1914-1918. Canton Speech - Long - Eugene V. Debs 1918. World War I, 1914-1918. Fourteen Points, The - Woodrow Wilson 1918. World War I, 1914-1918. Canton Speech - Short - Eugene V. Debs 1918. The 1920s, 1919-1929. Abrams v. United States - U.S. Supreme Court 1919. The 1920s, 1919-1929. The Chicago Riot - Long - The Chicago Defender 1919. The 1920s, 1919-1929. The Great Steel Strike - Long - William Z. Foster 1919. The 1920s, 1919-1929. The Chicago Riot - Short - The Chicago Defender 1919. The 1920s, 1919-1929. The Great Steel Strike - Short - William Z. Foster 1919. The 1920s, 1919-1929. Ku Klux Klan Defines Americanism - Ku Klux Klan 1920. The 1920s, 1919-1929. The Case Against the Reds - Long - A. Mitchell Palmer 1920. The 1920s, 1919-1929. Wild Young People - John F. Carter, Jr. 1920. The 1920s, 1919-1929. Woman and the New Race - Margaret Sanger 1920. The 1920s, 1919-1929. The Case Against the Reds - Short - A. Mitchell Palmer 1920. The 1920s, 1919-1929. Return to Normalcy - Long - Warren Harding 1921. The 1920s, 1919-1929. Return to Normalcy - Short - Warren Harding 1921. The 1920s, 1919-1929. Florence Kelley Opposes Full Legal Equality. Florence Kelley 1922. The 1920s, 1919-1929. Henry Ford Discusses Manufacturing and Marketing. Henry Ford 1922. The 1920s, 1919-1929. The True Solution of the Negro Problem - Marcus Garvey 1923. The 1920s, 1919-1929. Equal Rights Amendment (1923, 1972) changed - Alice Paul 1923. The 1920s, 1919-1929. The Case for Birth Control - Margaret Sanger 1924. The 1920s, 1919-1929. Scopes Monkey Trial (Darrow interrogates Bryan) - Clarence Darrow 1925. The 1920s, 1919-1929. American Intervention in Nicaragua - Short - Calvin Coolidge 1927. The 1920s, 1919-1929. Buck v. Bell - Long - U.S. Supreme Court 1927. The 1920s, 1919-1929. Last Statements - Long - Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti 1927. The 1920s, 1919-1929. Last Statements - Short - Nicola Sacco and Bartolomeo Vanzetti 1927. The 1920s, 1919-1929. Buck v. Bell - Short - U.S. Supreme Court 1927. The 1920s, 1919-1929. American Intervention in Nicaragua - Long - Calvin Coolidge 1927. The 1920s, 1919-1929. Boulder-Canyon Project Act - U.S. Government 1928. The 1920s, 1919-1929. The Economic Condition - Herbert Hoover 1929. The 1920s, 1919-1929. Financing Relief Efforts - Herbert Hoover 1931. The Great Depression, 1929-1939. Socialist Party Platform - Socialist Party 1932. The Great Depression, 1929-1947. Inaugural Address (Roosevelt) - Franklin Roosevelt 1933. The Great Depression, 1929-1939. National Industrial Recovery Act - U.S. Government 1933. The Great Depression, 1929-1942. National Labor Relations Act - U.S. Government 1935. The Great Depression, 1929-1943. Roosevelt's Radio Address Unveiling the Second Half of the New Deal - Franklin Roosevelt 1935. The Great Depression, 1929-1944. Share Our Wealth - Short - Huey P. Long 1935. The Great Depression, 1929-1945. Social Security Act - U.S. Government 1935. The Great Depression, 1929-1946. Share Our Wealth - Long - Huey P. Long 1935. The Great Depression, 1929-1945. Economic Conditions of the South - Long - The National Emergency Council 1938. The Great Depression, 1929-1939. Economic Conditions of the South - Short - The National Emergency Council 1938. The Great Depression, 1929-1939. Violations of the Rights of Labor - Short - Culbert Olsen 1939. The Great Depression, 1929-1948. Violations of the Rights of Labor - Long - Culbert Olsen 1939. The Great Depression, 1929-1948. Day in Infamy - Franklin Roosevelt 1941. World War II, 1940-1947. Executive Order 8802: Prohibition of Discrimination in the Defense Industry - U.S. Government 1941. World War II, 1940-1945. Four Freedoms - Franklin Roosevelt 1941.World War II, 1940-1945. Lend-Lease Act - U.S. Government 1941. World War II, 1940-1945. A Japanese American Recalls the Effects of Internment on Family Unity - James D. Houston and Jeanne Wakatsuki Houston, Excerpt from Farewell to Manzanar 1942. World War II, 1940-1945. Executive Order 9066: Resulting in the Relocation of Japanese - U.S. Government 1942. World War II, 1940-1945. Servicemen's Readjustment Act (GI Bill) - U.S. Government 1944. World War II, 1940-1953. Announcing the Use of the A-Bomb at Hiroshima - Harry S. Truman 1945. World War II, 1940-1946. Effects of the Atomic Bombs - Short - The United States Strategic Bombing Survey 1945. World War II, 1940-1945. Effects of the Atomic Bombs - Long - The United States Strategic Bombing Survey 1945. World War II, 1940-1945. Containment - George Kennan 1946. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Baruch Plan - Long - Bernard Baruch 1946. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Baruch Plan - Short - Bernard Baruch 1946. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Excerpt from the 'Iron Curtain Speech' (also known as the 'Sinews of Peace' speech), March 5, 1946 - Winston Churchill 1946. The Cold War, 1946-1989. President Truman's Plan to Contain the Soviet Union - Harry S. Truman 1947. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Testimony Before the House UnAmerican Activities Committee- Ronald Reagan 1947. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Communist Menace - J. Edgar Hoover 1947. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Marshall Plan - George C. Marshall 1947. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Truman Doctrine - Harry S. Truman 1947. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Executive Order 9981 - Harry S. Truman 1948. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Communist Menace (McCarthy) - Joseph McCarthy 1950. The Cold War, 1946-1989. NSC-68; United States Programs and Objectives for National Security - US National Security Council 1950. Cold War, 1946-1989. Address to Congress - Long - Douglas MacArthur 1951. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Address to Congress - Short - Douglas MacArthur 1951. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Beyond Containment - John Foster Dulles 1953. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Brown v. Board of Education - U.S. Supreme Court 1954. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Bus Boycott in Montgomery Alabama (excerpts) - Jo Ann Robinson 1954. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Senate Resolution 301: Censure of Senator Joseph McCarthy - U.S. Senate 1954. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Army-McCarthy Hearings - Long - Joe McCarthy, Roy Cohn, Joseph Welch 1954. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Domino Theory - Dwight D. Eisenhower 1954. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Army-McCarthy Hearings - Short - Joe McCarthy, Roy Cohn, Joseph Welch 1954. The Cold War, 1946-1989. National Interstate and Defense Highways Act - U.S. Government 1956. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Southern Manifesto - Sam. J. Ervin, et al. 1956. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Executive Order 10730: Desegregation of Central High School - U.S. Government 1957. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee: Statement of Purpose - SNCC 1960. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Farewell Address - Eisenhower - Dwight D. Eisenhower 1961. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Inaugural Address (Kennedy) - John F. Kennedy 1961. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Report to President Kennedy (on Vietnam) - Dean Rusk and Robert McNamara 1961. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Space Program Speech - John F. Kennedy 1961. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Engel v. Vitale - Short - U.S. Supreme Court 1962. The Cold War, 1946-1989. John Glenn's Official Communication with the Command Center - John Glenn 1962. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Cuban Missile Crisis - John F. Kennedy 1962. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Port Huron Statement. Students for a Democratic Society 1962. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Engel v. Vitale - Long - U.S. Supreme Court 1962. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Televised address by President John F. Kennedy on the Cuban Missile Crisis, October 22, 1962 - John F. Kennedy 1962. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Test Ban Treaty - U.S., Great Britain, Soviet Union 1963. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Black Revolution - Malcolm X 1963. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Segregation Forever - George Wallace 1963. The Cold War, 1946-1989. American Women: Report of the President's Commission on the Status of Women, 1963 - (PCSW) President's Commission on the Status of Women 1963. The Cold War, 1946-1989. United States Involvement in Vietnam - The Pentagon Papers 1963-1964. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Civil Rights Act (1964) - U.S. Government 1964. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Great Society Speech - Lyndon Baines Johnson 1964. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee: Position of Women in the Movement- SNCC 1964. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Gulf of Tonkin Resolution - Lyndon Baines Johnson 1964. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The War on Poverty - Lyndon Baines Johnson 1964. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Griswold v. Connecticut - Short - U.S. Supreme Court 1965. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Memo to President Johnson - McGeorge Bundy 1965. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Social Security Amendments - U.S. Government 1965. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The American Promise - Lyndon Baines Johnson 1965. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Negro Family - Patrick Moynihan 1965. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Watts Riots - Short - The California Governor's Commission on the Los Angeles Riots 1965. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Voting Rights Act - U.S. Government 1965. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Griswold v. Connecticut - Long - U.S. Supreme Court 1965. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Watts Riots - Long - The California Governor's Commission on the Los Angeles Riots 1965. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Dear Mom - Letter from Vietnam soldier 1966 - The Cold War, 1946-1989. The National Organization for Women Calls for Equality - National Organization for Women 1966. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Bradenburg v. Ohio - Long - U.S. Supreme Court 1969. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Herbert Carter Testifies About the Mai Lai Massacre - Herbert Carter 1969. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Nixon Warns About a US Defeat in Vietnam - Richard Nixon 1969. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Vietnamization - Richard Nixon 1969. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Bradenburg v. Ohio - Short - U.S. Supreme Court 1969. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Redstockings Manifesto - Redstockings 1970. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Vietnam Veterans Against the War - Short - John Kerry 1971. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Vietnam Veterans Against the War - Long - John Kerry 1971. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Nixon Incriminates Himself - US Government 1972. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Title IX - U.S. Government 1972. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Roe v. Wade - Long - U.S. Supreme Court 1973. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The War Powers Resolution - U.S. Supreme Court 1973. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Watergate Investigations - Short - Richard Nixon 1973. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Watergate Investigations - Long - Richard Nixon 1973. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Roe v. Wade - Short - U.S. Supreme Court 1973. The Cold War, 1946-1989. House Judiciary Committee's Analysis of the Cover-Up - U.S. Government 1974. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Watergate Crimes - Sam Ervin 1974. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Combahee River Collective: A Black Feminist Statement - The Combahee River Collective 1977. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Power of Positive Woman - Phyllis Schlafly 1977. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Nixon Blames Congress for the Fall of South Vietnam - Richard Nixon 1978. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Energy and National Goals - Jimmy Carter 1979. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Crisis of the American Spirit - Jimmy Carter 1979. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Fullilove v. Klutznick - Long - U.S. Supreme Court 1980. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Fullilove v. Klutznick - Short - U.S. Supreme Court 1980. The Cold War, 1946-1989. America's Spiritual Reawakening - Ronald Reagan 1983. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Strategic Defense Initiative - Long - Ronald Reagan 1983. The Cold War, 1946-1989. The Strategic Defense Initiative - Short - Ronald Reagan 1983. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Support for the Contras - Ronald Reagan 1984. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Bowers v. Hardwick - Short - U.S. Supreme Court 1986. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Bowers v. Hardwick - Long - U.S. Supreme Court 1986. The Cold War, 1946-1989. A U.S. Air Force Nurse Remembers the Tet Offensive - Excerpted from In the Combat Zone: An Oral History of American Women in Vietnam (Little, Brown), edited by Kathryn Marshall 1987. The Cold War, 1946-1989. Ronald Reagan's Remarks at the Brandenburg Gate - Ronald Reagan 1987. The Cold War, 1946-1989. George H.W. Bush Calls for a New Era of Cooperation - George H. W. Bush (speech) 1989. Post Cold War, 1989-present. The Gulf War - George Bush 1990. Post Cold War, 1989-present. President George H.W. Bush's Speech to Congress on a New World Order - George H.W. Bush 1991. Post Cold War, 1989-present. Testimony Before the Senate Judiciary Committee - Anita Hill 1991. Post Cold War, 1989-present. Don't Ask, Don't Tell - Bill Clinton 1993. Post Cold War, 1989-present. Events in Waco - Long - House Judiciary Committee 1993. Post Cold War, 1989-present. Events in Waco - Short - House Judiciary Committee 1993. Post Cold War, 1989-present. Proposition 187: California/Immigration - State of California 1994. Post Cold War, 1989-present. The Contract with America - Republican Party 1994. Post Cold War, 1989-present. The United States Congress Investigates Rap Music - Statement of C. DeLores ?I\icker, Chair, National Political Congress of Black Women 1994. Post Cold War, 1989-present. Personal Responsibility and Work Act - U.S. Government 1996. Post Cold War, 1989-present. The New Americans - Social Scientists, various 1997. Post Cold War, 1989-present. The Starr Report - Short - Kenneth Starr 1998. Post Cold War, 1989-present. The Starr Report—Long - Kenneth Starr 1998. Post Cold War, 1989-present. Supreme Court Opinions in George W. Bush v Albert Gore Jr. Dec. 2002 - U.S. Supreme Court 2000. Post Cold War, 1989-present. Eyewitness Accounts from 9-11 - Various Sources/Major Problems in Am. History 2001. Post Cold War, 1989-present. 9-11 Commission Report, The (Selections) - 9-11 Commission 2001. Post Cold War, 1989-present. A New National Security Strategy - George W. Bush 2002. Post Cold War, 1989-present. The Emperor Has No Clothes - Robert Byrd (Senate Speech) 2003. Post Cold War, 1989-present. An Army Officer Ponders How America is Losing Hearts and Minds in Iraq - Unknown 2004. Post Cold War, 1989-present.

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