Retracing the Past: Readings in the History of the American People, Volume II: Since 1865 / Edition 4

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780321048509
  • Publisher: Addison-Wesley
  • Publication date: 8/6/1999
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 236
  • Product dimensions: 7.52 (w) x 9.25 (h) x 3.64 (d)

Table of Contents




NEW! Introduction: Sources and Interpretations.


NEW! Past Traces:.

Jesuit Observations on the "Enslavement" of Native American Women , 1633, 1710.

1. Neal Salibury, Squanto: Last of the Patuxets.

2. T.H. Breen, Looking out for Number One: Conflicting Cultural Values in Early Seventeenth-Century Virginia.

3. NEW! Virginia DeJohn Anderson, Migrants and Motives: Religion and the Settlement of New England, 1630-1640.

4. Peter H. Wood, Patterns of Black Resistance.

5. Mary Beth Norton, The Small Circle of Domestic Concerns.

6. John William Ward, Who Was Benjamin Franklin?


NEW! Past Traces:.

A Brief Narrative of the Ravages of the British and Hesians at Princeton.

7. Alfred F. Young, George Robert Twelves Hewes: A Boston Shoemaker and the American Revolution.

8. James Kirby Martin, A "Most Undisciplined, Profligate Crew": Protest and Defiance in the Continental Ranks, 1776-1783.

9. NEW! Robert E. Shalhope, The Constitution and Competing Political Cultures of Late-Eighteenth-Century America.

10. NEW! Wayne Bodle, Jane Bartram's "Application": Her Struggle for Survival, Stability, and Self-Determination in Revolutionary Pennsylvania.

11. Gary B.Nash, Absalom Jones: Free Black Leader.

12. R. Davud Edmunds, Tecumseh, the Shawnee Prophet, and American History.


NEW! Past Traces:.

An Idyll of Work.

13. Robert A. Gross, Culture and Cultivation: Agriculture and Society in Thoreau's Concord.

14. NEW! Ronald Schultz, God and Workingmen: Popular Religion and the Formation of Philadelphia's Working Class, 1790-1830.

15. Christine Stansell, Women, Children, and the Uses of the Streets: Class and Gender Conflict in New York City, 1850-1860.

16. Elliot J. Gorn, "Gouge and Bite, Pull Hair and Scratch": The Social Significance of Fighting in the Southern Backcountry.

17. Stephen B. Oates, Advocate of the Dream.

18. Bell I. Wiley, Heroes and Cowards.




NEW! Introduction: Sources and Interpretations.


NEW! Past Traces:.

A Letter <19>To My Old Master...," c. 1865. To My Old Master, Colonel P.H. Anderson Big Spring, Tennessee.

1. NEW! Eric Foner, African-Americans in Public Office During the Era of Reconstruction: A Profile.

2. Jack Chen, The Chinese Link a Continent and a Nation.

3. NEW! Jeff Lalande, A "Little Kansas" in Southern Oregon: The Course and Character of Populism in Jackson County, 1890-1900.

4. Christine Stansell, Women on the Great Plains, 1865-1890.

5. Carol Nackenoff, Of Factories and Failures: Exploring the Invisible Factory Gates of Horatio Alger, Jr.

6. Milton Goldin, The Gospel of Andrew Carnegie.


NEW! Past Traces:.

LeSueur—The Despair of Unemployed Women.

7. Jacqueline Jones, A Bridge of Bent Backs and Laboring Muscles: The Rural South, 1880-1915.

8. Peter Wild, John Muir: The Mysteries of Mountains.

9. NEW! Jeffrey P. Moran, "Modernism Gone Mad": Sex Education Comes to Chicago, 1913.

10. Mary Murphy, Messenger of the New Age: Station KGIR in Butte.

11. Edward R. Ellis, What the Depression Did to People.

12. Mark H. Leff, The Politics of Sacrifice on the American Home Front in World War II.


NEW! Past Traces:.

Stockman—How the Reagan Revolution Failed.

13. Nils Kristian Bogen, Rebels Without a Cause: Towards an Understanding of Anxious Youth in Postwar America.

14. NEW! Lynn Y. Weiner, Reconstructing Motherhood: The La Leche League in Postwar America.

15. Kenneth T. Jackson, The Drive-In Culture of Contemporary America.

16. Ronald A. Smith, The Paul Robeson–Jackie Robinson Saga: A Political Collision.

17. Allen J. Matusow, The Vietnam War, the Liberals, and the Overthrow of LBJ.

18. NEW! Kevin Phillips America's Crisis—The Decline of the Middle Class.

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