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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780669397147
  • Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Company College Division
  • Publication date: 8/28/1995
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 322

Table of Contents

Pt. I Colonial Society, 1607-1783 1
1 Indians and Europeans 4
Essay: "The Seneca Nation of Indians" 6
Documents 18
2 Conflicting Cultural Values in Early America 24
Essay: "Looking Out for Number One: Conflicting Cultural Values in Early Seventeenth-Century Virginia" 25
Documents 36
3 Husbands and Wives, Parents and Children in Puritan Society 42
Essay: "The Godly Family of Colonial Massachusetts" 43
Documents 54
4 Crossing the Atlantic: The Experiences of Slaves and Servants 59
Essay: "The Middle Passage" 60
Documents 75
5 Eighteenth-Century Religion: Progress and Piety 80
Essay: "The Churchgoers" 82
Documents 93
6 Urban Life in the Eighteenth Century 98
Essay: "Boston and New York in the Eighteenth Century" 99
Documents 110
7 People at War: Society During the American Revolution 116
Essay: "George Robert Twelves Hewes, A Patriot Shoemaker of Boston" 117
Documents 128
Pt. I Suggestions for Further Reading 133
Pt. II Social Life in a New Nation, 1783-1877 135
8 Industry and Ideology in an Emerging Nation: The Lowell Venture 138
Essay: "The Factory as a Republican Community" 139
Documents 156
9 The Cherokee Removal: An American Tragedy 161
Essay: "The Trail of Tears" 162
Documents 172
10 Moving West 180
Essay: "Women and Their Families on the Overland Trail to California and Oregon, 1842-1867" 181
Documents 195
11 Paths to Salvation: Revivalism and Communitarianism 200
Essay: "Walking and Leaping and Praising God" 202
Documents 213
12 New People in a New Land 221
Essay: "The Philadelphia Native American Riots of 1844" 222
Documents 235
13 The Age of Reform 239
Essay: "Strong Drink" 241
Documents 253
14 Plantation Society in the Antebellum South 260
Essay: "Culture, Conflict, and Community on an Antebellum Plantation" 262
Documents 275
15 The Soldiers' Civil War 280
Essay: "Glory Can Not Atone: Shiloh--April 6, 7, 1862" 281
Documents 293
16 Reconstruction and Free Plantation Labor 299
Essay: "Free Plantation Labor" 301
Documents 313
Pt. II Suggestions for Further Reading 319
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