Now you can study the Developing Nation & Texas from first-hand perspective. This is volume 6 of the First-hand History of America. This essential collection includes 84 primary source accounts from pre 1820 to 1847. No source is better than the original. It is ...
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Developing Nation and Texas:1820-1847

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Now you can study the Developing Nation & Texas from first-hand perspective. This is volume 6 of the First-hand History of America. This essential collection includes 84 primary source accounts from pre 1820 to 1847. No source is better than the original. It is untainted and tells the history as it happened.

This eBook is #6 in the First-hand History of America series

*This collection includes 84 First-hand Accounts:
• Who Reads an American Book – Sidney Smith
• The Missouri Compromise – James G. Blaine
• An Apprehensive View of the Missouri Compromise – Thomas Jefferson
• A Northern View of the Missouri Compromise – John Quincy Adams
• A Moderate View of the Missouri Compromise – Hezikiah Niles
• How a Log Cabin was Built – Unknown
• The First Seminole War – James Parton
• The Monroe Doctrine – James Monroe
• Lafayette Revisits America – Thurlow Weed
• Lafayette's Triumphal Tour in 1824 – Thomas H. Benton
• The Spoils System at Work – Colonel Thomas Lorraine McKenney
• Jefferson's Estimate of Patrick Henry – Daniel Webster
• Pushmataha to John C. Calhoun – Pushmataha
• The Erie Canal Celebration and Other Canals – James Schouler
• Webster's First Bunker Hill Oration – Samuel Goodrich
• The Panama Mission – James Schouler
• The Issue in the Revolution – Everett
• Webster's First Bunker Hill Monument Oration – Daniel Webster
• The Duel Between Clay and John Randolph of Roanoke – Thomas H. Benton
• Death of Adams and Jefferson on the Same Day – Thomas H. Benton
• Jackson's First Election as President – James Parton
• Nullification and its Overthrow – Theodore Roosevelt
• The Turbulent Presidential Election of 1828 – Thomas H. Benton
• The First American Locomotive – John Hazlehurst Boneval Latrobe
• The Jackson-Calhoun Break – Jackson and Calhoun
• Pioneering Against Slavery – William Lloyd Garrison
• The Northwest Ordinance – Nathan Dane
• The Foote Resolution – Hayne
• Webster's Reply to Hayne – Daniel Webster
• The Rupture Between Jackson and Calhoun – Thomas H. Benton
• The Webster-Hayne Debate – James Schouler
• How the Federal Union Worked to the Injury of the South – Thomas H. Benton
• Garrison and His Liberator – Goldwin Smith
• Three Northern Views of the Abolitionists – James G. Blaine
• Calhoun's Views of Slavery, His Character, and His Personality – John S. Jenkins
• The Black Hawk War – Reuben Gold Thwaites
• The Overthrow of the United States Bank – Theodore Roosevelt
• The Discovery of the Source of the Mississippi as in Lake Itasca – Henry R. Schoolcraft
• Beyond the Mississippi Eighty Years Ago – Washington Irving
• An Argument Upholding Slavery – Thomas Roderic Dew
• Improving Transportation – Frances Anne Kemble
• Constitutionality of the Bank of the United States – Alexander Hamilton
• The Black Hawk War – Black Hawk
• Why the United States Bank Was Closed – Andrew Jackson
• Slave-Breaking in the South – Frederick Douglass
• The First Anti-Slavery Convention – John G. Whittier
• A State's Right to Leave the Union – John C. Calhoun
• Chicago as a Growing Village – Patrick Shirreff
• Jacksons' Farewell Address – Andrew Jackson
• Principles of Executive Government – Andrew Jackson
• Clays' Attack on Jackson – Henry Clay
• Transmitting Anti-Slavery Mail – Amos Kendall
• The Last Seminole War – Thomas H. Benton
• The Death of Lafayette – Sargent S. Prentiss
• The Mobbing of Garrison in the Streets of Boston – William Lloyd Garrison
• How Texas Became Independent – Theodore Roosevelt
• Houston's Seizure of Texas – Horace Greeley
• The Battle of San Jacinto – Cyrus Townsend Brady
• The Fall of the Alamo – Captain R. M. Potter
• The Crushing of the Creeks – William Schley
• The Battle of San Jacinto – General Sam Houston
• The Panic of 1837 – Edward M. Shepard
• The Annexation of Texas – James Schouler
• Why the Annexation of Texas was Opposed – Will
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“This is pure history, without all the filter of contemporary interpretation. These books will be a welcome addition to the library of anyone who wants to better understand where America has come from—and where we should be now.”
--Jay A. Parry, author, The Real George Washington
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015522969
  • Publisher: Packard Technologies
  • Publication date: 10/22/2012
  • Series: First-hand History of America, #6
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 378
  • File size: 626 KB

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