Out of Many: A History of the American People, Combined Volume Plus NEW MyHistoryLab with eText

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Out of Many is a coherent narrative of American history that offers insight into how diverse communities and different regions have shaped America's past. The text reveals the ethnic, geographical and economic diversity of the United States by examining the individual, the community and the state and placing a special focus on the country's regions, particularly the West.

The updated edition features new and expanded coverage of a wide variety of topics in addition to MyHistoryLab tools that connect the text to interactive online learning tools to bring U.S. history to life.

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Editorial Reviews

From the Publisher

Out of Many is a fine synthesis of U.S. political, social, and cultural history, with splendid attention to region ... engagingly written and illustrated for students.

-Michael J. Pfeifer, John Jay College of Criminal Justice / History

The text provokes student excitement by initiating interesting stories augmented by illuminating but not excessive details. The review questions enable students to prepare for class discussion and the recommended readings provide a starting point for students wishing to delve further in a particular topic.

-Dr. Deborah Welch, Longwood University

The community vignettes are the most compelling feature of the textbook, marking this text as unique and at once scholarly and accessible. I admire these essays greatly and when reading them feel I myself am learning from some of the best scholars in the field.

-TJ Boisseau, University of Akron

…the overall presentation is very effective in every way. In the end that is the most important attribute. I would certainly describe it as one of the best textbooks on the market today.

-Burton Peretti, Western Connecticut State University

…an excellent text for instructors to use as they look for interesting information to add to their lectures.

-Thomas Clarkin, San Antonio College

From what I’ve seen over the years, the authors of Out of Many have proven to be very responsive to changes in the field, regularly broadening their geographic focus, highlighting the experiences of a wider variety of historical actors, and more meaningfully exploring global forces that have impacted American history. Thus, its most compelling attribute would have to be its sheer ambition in attempting to remain as current as possible, and it mostly succeeds.

- Jeffrey M. Schulze, University of Texas at Dallas

It is an easy-to-read, engaging text that gives students the information they need without bogging them down in unnecessary details, and it doesn’t tell students how to think but rather gives them the information they need to draw their own conclusions.

-Cynthia Carter, Florida Community College at Jacksonville

The main headings and subheadings help to navigate both instructor and student into a chronological and topical advance which both challenges and elevates critical thinking.

-Dr. John S. Leiby, Paradise Valley Community College

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780205194261
  • Publisher: Pearson
  • Publication date: 7/28/2011
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 7
  • Pages: 1088
  • Product dimensions: 9.40 (w) x 11.10 (h) x 1.70 (d)

Meet the Author

John Mack Faragher

John Mack Faragher is an Arthur Unobskey professor of American history and the director of the Howard R. Lamar Center for the Study of Frontiers and Borders at Yale University. Born in Arizona and raised in southern California, he received his B.A. at the University of California, Riverside, and his Ph.D. at Yale University. He is the author of Women and Men on the Overland Trail (1979), Sugar Creek: Life on the Illinois Prairie (1986), Daniel Boone: The Life and Legend of an American Pioneer (1992), The American West: A New Interpretive History (2000) and A Great and Noble Scheme: The Tragic Story of the Expulsion of the French Acadians from their American Homeland (2005).

Mari Jo Buhle

Mari Jo Buhle is a William R. Kenan, Jr. University professor emerita of American civilization and history at Brown University specializing in American women’s history. She received her B.A. from the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign and her Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. She is the author of Women and American Socialism, 1870-1920 (1981) and Feminism and Its Discontents: A Century of Struggle with Psychoanalysis (1998). She is also the co-editor of the Encyclopedia of the American Left (second edition, 1998). Buhle held a fellowship (1991-1996) from the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation. She is currently an honorary fellow of the history department at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Daniel Czitrom

Daniel Czitrom is a professor of history at Mount Holyoke College. Born and raised in New York City, he received his B.A. from the State University of New York at Binghamton and his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He is the author of Media and the American Mind: From Morse to McLuhan (1982), which won the First Books Award of the American Historical Association and has been translated into Spanish and Chinese. He is the co-author of Rediscovering Jacob Riis: Exposure Journalism and Photography in Turn of the Century New York (2008). He has served as a historical consultant and been featured as an on-camera commentator for several documentary film projects, including the PBS productions New York : A Documentary Film, American Photography: A Century of Images and The Great Transatlantic Cable. He is currently writing New York Exposed: How a Gilded Age Police Scandal Shocked the Nation and Launched the Progressive Era (Oxford).

Susan H. Armitage

Susan H. Armitage is a professor of history and women’s studies emerita at Washington State University, where she was a Claudius O. and Mary R. Johnson distinguished professor. She earned her Ph.D. from the London School of Economics and Political Science. Among her many publications on western women’s history are three co-edited books, The Women’s West (1987), So Much To Be Done: Women on the Mining and Ranching Frontier (1991) and Writing the Range: Race, Class, and Culture in the Women’s West (1997). She served as editor of the feminist journal Frontiers from 1996 to 2002. Her most recent publication, co-edited with Laurie Mercier, is Speaking History: Oral Histories of the American Past, 1865-Present (2009).

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Table of Contents

Preface

Acknowledgments

About the Authors

Community and Diversity

CHAPTER 1 A CONTINENT OF VILLAGES

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES Cahokia: Thirteenth-Century Life on the Mississippi

The First American Settlers

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT The Origins of Foodways

The Development of Farming

Farming in Early North America

SEEING HISTORY An Early European Image of Native Americans

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 2 WHEN WORLDS COLLIDE 1492—1590

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES The English at Roanoke

The Expansion of Europe

The Spanish in the Americas

Northern Explorations and Encounters

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT The Debate over the Justice of the Conquest

SEEING HISTORY A Watercolor from the First Algonquian-English Encounter

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 3 PLANTING COLONIES IN NORTH AMERICA 1588-1701

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES Communities and Diversity in Seventeenth Century Santa Fe

The Spanish, The French, and the Dutch in North America

The Chesapeake: Virginia and Maryland

SEEING HISTORY John Smith’s Cartoon History of His Adventures in Virginia

The New England Colonies

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT The Maypole at Merrymount

The Proprietary Colonies

Conflict and War

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 4 SLAVERY AND EMPIRE 1441—1770

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES Rebellion In Stono, South Carolina

The Beginnings of African Slavery

The African Slave Trade

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT Two Views of The Middle Passage

The Development of North American Slave Societies

African to African American

SEEING HISTORY A Musical Celebration In The Slave Quarters

Slavery and the Economics of Empire

Slavery, Prosperity, and Freedom

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 5 THE CULTURES OF COLONIAL NORTH AMERICA 1700—1780

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES The Revival of Religion and Community in Northampton

North American Regions

SEEING HISTORY A Plan of an American New Cleared Farm

Social and Political Patterns

The Cultural Transformation of British North America

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT The Inoculation Controversy in Boston, 1721

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 6 FROM EMPIRE TO INDEPENDENCE 1750—1776

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES The First Continental Congress Begins to Shape a National Political Community

The Seven Years’ War in America

The Emergence of American Nationalism

“Save Your Money and Save Your Country”

From Resistance to Rebellion

SEEING HISTORY The Bostonians Paying the Excise-Man, or Tarring and Feathering

Deciding for Independence

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT The Debate over Independence

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 7 THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 1776—1786

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES A National Community Evolves at Valley Forge

The War for Independence

The United Sates in Congress Assembled

SEEING HISTORY The Surrender of Lord Cornwallis

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT Washington and the Newburgh Conspiracy

Revolutionary Politics in the States

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 8 THE NEW NATION 1786—1800

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES A Rural Massachusetts Community Rises in Defense of Liberty

The Crisis of the 1780s

The New Constitution

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT The Controversy over Ratification

The First Federal Administration

SEEING HISTORY The Columbian Tragedy

Federalists and Democratic-Republicans

“The Rising Glory of America”

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 9 AN EMPIRE FOR LIBERTY 1790—1824

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES Expansion Touches Mandan Villages on the Upper Missouri

North American Communities From Coast To Coast

A National Economy

The Jefferson Presidency

Renewed Imperial Rivalry In North America

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT Christianizing the Indian

The War of 1812

SEEING HISTORY “A Scene on the Frontiers as Practiced by the ‘Humane’ British and their ‘Worthy’ Allies”

Defining the Boundaries

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 10 THE SOUTH AND SLAVERY 1790s—1850s

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES Cotton Communities in the Old Southwest

King Cotton and Southern Expansion

The African American Community

Freedom and Resistance

The White Majority

Planters

SEEING HISTORY “Gordon Under Medical Inspection”

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT Who Benefits from Slavery?

The Defense of Slavery

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 11 THE GROWTH OF DEMOCRACY 1824-1840

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES A Political Community Abandons Deference for Democracy

The New Democratic Politics in North America

The Jackson Presidency

SEEING HISTORY “President’s Levee, or all Creation Going to the White House”

Changing the Course of Government

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT Andrew Jackson’s Bank Veto and Senator Daniel Webster’s Response

The Second American Party System

American Arts and Letters

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

Chapter 12 INDUSTRY AND THE NORTH 1790s—1840s

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES Women Factory Workers Form a Community in Lowell, Massachusetts

The Transportation Revolution

The Market Revolution

SEEING HISTORY Industrialization and Rural Life

The Yankee West

Industrialization Begins

From Artisan to Worker

The New Middle Class

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT Two Mill Girls Disagree About Conditions at Lowell

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

Chapter 13 MEETING THE CHALLENGES OF THE NEW AGE: IMMIGRATION, URBANIZATION, AND SOCIAL REFORM 1820S—1850S

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES Women Reformers of Seneca Falls Respond to the Market Revolution

Immigration and the City

Urban Problems

SEEING HISTORY P.T. Barnum’s Famous “Curiosity:” General Tom Thumb

Social Reform Movements

Antislavery and Abolitionism

The Women’s Rights Movement

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT When Women Speak Up

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 14 THE TERRITORIAL EXPANSION OF THE UNITED STATES 1830s—1850s

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES Texans and Tejanos “Remember the Alamo!”

Exploring the West

The Politics of Expansion

The Mexican-American War

California and the Gold Rush

SEEING HISTORY War News from Mexico

The Politics of Manifest Destiny

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT The Sectional Split over the Expansion Of Slavery

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 15 THE COMING CRISIS THE 1850s

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES Illinois Communities Debate Slavery

America in 1850

Cracks in National Unity

The Crisis of The National Party System

SEEING HISTORY Brooks Beats Sumner

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT The Debate over Immigration

The Differences Deepen

The South Secedes

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 16 THE CIVIL WAR 1861—1865

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES Mother Bickerdyke Connects Northern Communities to Their Boys at War

Communities Mobilize for War

The Governments Organize for War

The Fighting through 1862

The Death of Slavery

The Front Lines and The Home Front

SEEING HISTORY Come and Join Us Brothers

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT The Limits of Civil Liberties In Wartime

The Tide Turns

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 17 RECONSTRUCTION 1863—1877

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES Hale County, Alabama: From Slavery to Freedom in a Black Belt Community

The Politics of Reconstruction

The Meaning of Freedom

SEEING HISTORY Changing Images of Reconstruction

Southern Politics and Society

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT The Ku Klux Klan in Alabama

Reconstructing the North

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 18 CONQUEST AND SURVIVAL: The Trans-Mississippi West 1860—1900

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES The Oklahoma Land Rush

Indian Peoples Under Siege

The Internal Empire

The Open Range

SEEING HISTORY The Legendary Cowboy: Nat Love, Deadwood Dick

Farming Communities on The Plains

The World’s Breadbasket

The Western Landscape

The Transformation of Indian Societies

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT The Carlisle Indian Industrial School

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 19 PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION IN THE GILDED AGE 1865—1900

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES Haymarket Square, Chicago, May 4, 1886

The Rise of Industry, the Triumph of Business

SEEING HISTORY The Standard Oil Company

Labor in the Age of Big Business

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT Regulating the Conditions and Limiting the Hours of Labor in the State of Illinois

The New South

The Industrial City

The Rise of Consumer Society

Cultures in Conflict, Culture in Common

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 20 DEMOCRACY AND EMPIRE 1870—1900

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES The Annexation of Hawai’i

Toward a National Governing Class

Farmers and Workers Organize their Communities

The Crisis of the 1890s

Politics of Reform, Politics of Order

The Path to Imperialism

SEEING HISTORY The White Man’s Burden

Onto a Global Stage

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT Two Sides of Anti-Imperialism

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 21 URBAN AMERICA AND THE PROGRESSIVE ERA 1900—1917

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES The Henry Street Settlement House: Women Settlement House Workers Create a Community of Reform

The Origins of Progressivism

SEEING HISTORY Photographing Poverty in the Slums of New York

Progressive Politics in Cities and States

Social Control and Its Limits

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT Debating Prohibition in Progressive-Era Ohio

Challenges to Progressivism

Women’s Movements and Black Activism

National Progressivism

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 22 A GLOBAL POWER: The United States in the Era of the Great War 1901—1920

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES The American Expeditionary Force in France

Becoming a World Power

The Great War

American Mobilization

SEEING HISTORY Selling War

Over Here

Repression and Reaction

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT Race Riot in Tulsa

An Uneasy Peace

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 23 THE TWENTIES 1920—1929

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES The Movie Audience And Hollywood: Mass Culture Creates A New National Community

Postwar Prosperity and Its Price

The State, the Economy, and Business

The New Mass Culture

SEEING HISTORY Creating Celebrity

Modernity and traditionalism

Promises Postponed

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT The Scopes Trial in Dayton,Tennessee

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 24 THE GREAT DEPRESSION AND THE NEW DEAL 1929-1940

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES Sit-Down Strike at Flint: Automobile Workers Organize a New Union

Hard Times

FDR and The First New Deal

FDR the Man

Left Turn and the Second New Deal

The New Deal in the South and West

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT Californians Face the Influx of “Dust Bowl” Migrants

The Limits of Reform

Depression-Era Culture

SEEING HISTORY Documenting Hard Times in Black and White and Color

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

Chapter 25 World War II 1941—1945

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES Los Alamos, New Mexico

The Coming of World War II

The Great Arsenal of Democracy

SEEING HISTORY Norman Rockwell’s “Rosie, the Riveter”

The Home Front

Men and Women in Uniform

The World at War

The Last Stages of War

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT On Deploying the Atomic Bomb

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 26 THE COLD WAR BEGINS 1945—1952

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES University of Washington, Seattle: Students and Faculty Face the Cold War

Global Insecurities at War’s End

The Policy Of Containment

Cold War Liberalism

The Cold War At Home

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT Congress and the Red Scare

Cold War Culture

SEEING HISTORY The Hollywood Film Invasion, U.S.A

Stalemate for the Democrats

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 27 AMERICA AT MIDCENTURY 1952—1963

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES Popular Music in Memphis

Under the Cold War’s Shadow

The Affluent Society

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT Integrating Levittown, Pennsylvania

Youth Culture

Mass Culture and Its Discontents

The Coming of the New Frontier

SEEING HISTORY Televising a National Tragedy

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 28 THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENT 1945—1966

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES The Montgomery Bus Boycott: An African American Community Challenges Segregation

Origins of the Movement

SEEING HISTORY Visualizing Civil Rights

No Easy Road to Freedom, 1957—62

The Movement at High Tide, 1963—65

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT Showdown in Oxford: Integrating Ole Miss

Civil Rights Beyond Black and White

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 29 WAR ABROAD, WAR AT HOME 1965—1974

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES Uptown, Chicago, Illinois

Vietnam: America’s Longest War

A Generation in Conflict

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT The Prospects for Peace in Vietnam, April 1965

Wars on Poverty

1968: Year of Turmoil

The Politics of Identity

The Nixon Presidency

SEEING HISTORY Kim Phuc, Fleeing a Napalm Attack Near Trang Bang

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 30 THE CONSERVATIVE ASCENDANCY 1974—1991

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES Grassroots Conservatism in Orange County, California

The Overextended Society

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT Three Mile Island, Pennsylvania

The New Right

SEEING HISTORY The Inaugurations of Carter and Reagan

The Reagan Revolution

Best of Times, Worst of Times

Toward A New World Order

“A Kinder, Gentler Nation”

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

CHAPTER 31 THE UNITED STATES IN A GLOBAL AGE 1992—2010

AMERICAN COMMUNITIES Transnational Communities in San Diego and Tijuana

The Presidency of Bill Clinton

Changing American Communities

COMMUNITIES IN CONFLICT Illegal Immigrants and the Border Fence

President George W. Bush and the War on Terror

SEEING HISTORY The 9/11 Attacks

Barack Obama and the Audacity of Hope

Conclusion

Chronology

Review Questions

Recommended Readings

MyHistoryLab Connections

Appendix

Bibliography

Credits

Index

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