Liberty, Equality, Power : A History of the American People: to 1877 〈1〉 (5TH)

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Liberty, Equality, Power : A History of the American People: to 1877 〈1〉 (5TH)

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Understanding the past helps us navigate the present and future. When you read this text, you will not only learn about American History, you will be exposed to movies and music that tell the stories of American History in addition to the reading material you expect in a college level history book. A highly respected, balanced, and thoroughly modern approach to US History, LIBERTY, EQUALITY, POWER, uses themes in a unique approach to show how the United States was transformed, in a relatively short time, from a land inhabited by hunter-gatherer and agricultural Native American societies into the most powerful industrial nation on earth. This approach helps you understand not only the impact of the notions of liberty and equality, which are often associated with the American story, but also how dominant and subordinate groups have affected and been affected by the ever-shifting balance of power.

Table of Contents

        Maps                                       xv
Americans Abroad xvi
History Through Film xvi
Link to the Past xvi
Musical Link to the Past xvi
To the Student xvii
Preface xxiii
When Old Worlds Collide: Contact, Conquest, 2 (38)
Catastrophe
Peoples in Motion 4 (3)
From Beringia to the Americas 4 (1)
Chronology 4 (1)
The Great Extinction and the Rise of 5 (1)
Agriculture
The Norsemen 6 (1)
Europe and the World by the 15th Century 7 (6)
China: The Rejection of Overseas 7 (1)
Expansion
Europe versus Islam 7 (1)
The Legacy of the Crusades 8 (1)
The Unlikely Pioneer: Portugal 9 (1)
Africa, Colonies, and the Slave Trade 10 (2)
Portugal's Asian Empire 12 (1)
Early Lessons 13 (1)
Spain, Columbus, and the Americas 13 (4)
Link to the Past 14 (1)
Misunderstanding Columbus Columbus 14 (1)
Spain and the Caribbean 15 (2)
The Emergence of Complex Societies in the 17 (11)
Americas
The Rise of Sedentary Cultures 17 (2)
The Andes: Cycles of Complex Cultures 19 (1)
Inca Civilization 19 (1)
Mesoamerica: Cycles of Complex Cultures 20 (4)
The Aztecs and Tenochtitlan 24 (1)
North American Mound Builders 25 (2)
Urban Cultures of the Southwest 27 (1)
Contact and Cultural Misunderstanding 28 (3)
Religious Dilemmas 28 (2)
War as Cultural Misunderstanding 30 (1)
Gender and Cultural Misunderstanding 31 (1)
Conquest and Catastrophe 31 (6)
The Conquest of Mexico and Peru 31 (1)
North American Conquistadores and 32 (1)
Missionaries
History Through Film 33 (1)
The Mission
The Spanish Empire and Demographic 34 (2)
Catastrophe
Brazil 36 (1)
Global Colossus, Global Economy 36 (1)
Explanations: Patterns of Conquest, 37 (1)
Submission, and Resistance
Conclusion 38 (2)
The Challenge to Spain and the Settlement 40 (38)
of North America
The Protestant Reformation and the 42 (1)
Challenge to Spain
Chronology 42 (1)
New France 43 (2)
Early French Explorers 43 (1)
Missions and Furs 43 (1)
New France under Louis XIV 44 (1)
The Dutch and Swedish Settlements 45 (4)
History Through Film 46 (1)
Black Robe
The East and West India Companies 47 (1)
New Netherland as a Pluralistic Society 47 (1)
Swedish and English Encroachments 48 (1)
The Challenge from Elizabethan England 49 (1)
The English Reformation 49 (1)
Hawkins and Drake 49 (1)
Gilbert, Ireland, and America 49 (1)
Ralegh, Roanoke, and War with Spain 50 (1)
The Swarming of the English 50 (2)
Americans Abroad 52 (1)
The Toast of London: Pocahontas
The Chesapeake and West Indian Colonies 52 (8)
The Jamestown Disaster 52 (1)
Reorganization, Reform, and Crisis 53 (1)
Tobacco, Servants, and Survival 54 (2)
Maryland 56 (1)
Chesapeake Family Life 57 (1)
The West Indies and the Transition to 58 (2)
Slavery
The Rise of Slavery in North America 60 (1)
The New England Colonies 60 (7)
The Pilgrims and Plymouth 60 (1)
Link to the Past 61 (1)
A City upon a Hill
Covenant Theology 61 (1)
Massachusetts Bay 62 (1)
Puritan Family Life 63 (1)
Conversion, Dissent, and Expansion 64 (1)
Congregations, Towns, and Colony 65 (1)
Governments
Infant Baptism and New Dissent 66 (1)
The English Civil Wars 67 (1)
The First Restoration Colonies 67 (4)
Carolina, Harrington, and the 68 (1)
Aristocratic Ideal
New York: An Experiment in Absolutism 69 (2)
Brotherly Love: The Quakers and America 71 (4)
Quaker Beliefs 71 (1)
Quaker Families 72 (1)
West New Jersey 72 (1)
Pennsylvania 73 (2)
Conclusion 75 (3)
England Discovers Its Colonies: Empire, 78 (34)
Liberty, and Expansion
The Atlantic Prism and the Spectrum of 80 (3)
Settlement
Demographic Differences 80 (1)
Chronology 80 (1)
Race, Ethnicity, and Economy 81 (1)
Religion and Education 82 (1)
Local and Provincial Governments 83 (1)
Unifying Trends: Language, War, Law, 83 (1)
and Inheritance
The Beginnings of Empire 83 (12)
Link to the Past 84 (1)
A Desperate Strategy
Upheaval in America: The Critical 1640s 84 (1)
Mercantilism as a Moral Revolution 85 (1)
The First Navigation Act 85 (1)
Restoration Navigation Acts 86 (2)
Indians, Settlers, Upheaval 88 (1)
Indian Strategies of Survival 88 (1)
Puritan Indian Missions 89 (1)
Metacom's (or King Philip's) War 90 (2)
Virginia's Indian War 92 (1)
Bacon's Rebellion 93 (2)
Crisis in England and the Redefinition of 95 (3)
Empire
The Popish Plot, the Exclusion Crisis, 95 (1)
and the Rise of Party
The Lords of Trade and Imperial Reform 95 (2)
The Dominion of New England 97 (1)
The Glorious Revolution 98 (5)
The Glorious Revolution in America 98 (1)
The English Response 98 (1)
The Salem Witch Trials 99 (1)
History Through Film 100 (1)
Three Sovereigns for Sarah
The Completion of Empire 101 (1)
Imperial Federalism 101 (1)
The Mixed and Balanced Constitution 101 (2)
Contrasting Empires: Spain and France in 103 (4)
North America
The Pueblo Revolt 104 (1)
New France and the Middle Ground 104 (1)
French Louisiana and Spanish Texas 105 (2)
An Empire of Settlement: The British 107 (3)
Colonies
The Engine of British Expansion: The 107 (1)
Colonial Household
The Voluntaristic Ethic and Public Life 107 (1)
Three Warring Empires, 1689--1716 108 (2)
Conclusion 110 (2)
Provincial America and the Struggle for a 112 (38)
Continent
Expansion versus Anglicization 114 (1)
Chronology 114 (1)
Threats to Householder Autonomy 114 (1)
Anglicizing the Role of Women 115 (1)
Expansion, Immigration, and Regional 115 (6)
Differentiation
Emergence of the Old South 115 (4)
The Mid-Atlantic Colonies: The ``Best 119 (1)
Poor Man's Country''
The Backcountry 119 (1)
New England: A Faltering Economy and 120 (1)
Paper Money
Anglicizing Provincial America 121 (5)
The World of Print 121 (1)
Musical Link to the Past 122 (1)
He Could Make a Lass Weep
The Enlightenment in America 123 (1)
Lawyers and Doctors 124 (1)
Georgia: The Failure of an 125 (1)
Enlightenment Utopia
The Great Awakening 126 (3)
Origins of the Revivals 126 (1)
Whitefield Launches the Transatlantic 127 (1)
Revival
Disruptions 127 (1)
Long-Term Consequences of the Revivals 128 (1)
New Colleges 128 (1)
The Denominational Realignment 129 (1)
Political Culture in the Colonies 129 (2)
The Rise of the Assembly and the 129 (1)
Governor
``Country'' Constitutions: The Southern 130 (1)
Colonies
``Court'' Constitutions: The Northern 131 (1)
Colonies
The Renewal of Imperial Conflict 131 (6)
Challenges to French Power 132 (1)
The Danger of Slave Revolts and War 133 (2)
with Spain
France versus Britain: King George's War 135 (1)
The Impending Storm 136 (1)
The War for North America 137 (10)
The Albany Congress and the Onset of War 137 (1)
History Through Film 138 (1)
The War That Made America
Britain's Years of Defeat 139 (2)
A World War 141 (1)
Imperial Tensions: From Loudoun to Pitt 142 (1)
The Years of British Victory 143 (3)
The Cherokee War and Spanish 146 (1)
Intervention
The Peace of Paris 147 (1)
Conclusion 147 (3)
Reform, Resistance, Revolution 150 (34)
Imperial Reform 152 (5)
From Pitt to Grenville 152 (1)
Chronology 152 (1)
Indian Policy and Pontiac's War 153 (2)
The Sugar Act 155 (1)
The Currency Act and the Quartering Act 155 (1)
The Stamp Act 156 (1)
The Stamp Act Crisis 157 (3)
Nullification 157 (1)
Repeal 158 (2)
The Townshend Crisis 160 (6)
The Townshend Program 161 (1)
Resistance: The Politics of Escalation 161 (1)
An Experiment in Military Coercion 162 (1)
The Wilkes Crisis 163 (1)
The Boston Massacre 164 (1)
Partial Repeal 165 (1)
Disaffection 165 (1)
Internal Cleavages: The Contagion of 166 (5)
Liberty
The Feudal Revival and Rural Discontent 166 (1)
Musical Link to the Past 167 (2)
An American Heart of Oak
The Regulator Movements in the Carolinas 169 (1)
Slaves and Women 170 (1)
The Last Imperial Crisis 171 (5)
The Tea Crisis 171 (1)
Britain's Response: The Coercive Acts 172 (1)
The Radical Explosion 173 (2)
The First Continental Congress 175 (1)
Toward War 175 (1)
The Improvised War 176 (6)
The Second Continental Congress 177 (2)
History Through Film 179 (1)
1776
War and Legitimacy, 1775--1776 180 (1)
Independence 180 (1)
Americans Abroad 181 (1)
The European Power of a Self-Taught
American
Conclusion 182 (2)
The Revolutionary Republic 184 (36)
Hearts and Minds: The Northern War, 186 (1)
1776--1777
The British Offensive 186 (1)
Chronology 186 (1)
The Trenton-Princeton Campaign 187 (1)
The Campaigns of 1777 and Foreign 187 (5)
Intervention
History Through Film 189 (1)
Mary Silliman's War
The Loss of Philadelphia 190 (1)
Saratoga 190 (1)
French Intervention 191 (1)
Spanish Expansion and Intervention 192 (1)
The Reconstitution of Authority 192 (4)
John Adams and the Separation of Powers 192 (1)
The Virginia Constitution 193 (1)
The Pennsylvania Constitution 193 (1)
Massachusetts Redefines 194 (1)
Constitutionalism
Confederation 195 (1)
The Crisis of the Revolution, 1779--1783 196 (5)
The Loyalists 196 (1)
Loyalist Refugees, Black and White 196 (1)
The Indian Struggle for Unity and 197 (1)
Survival
Attrition 198 (3)
The British Offensive in the South 201 (6)
The Partisan War 204 (1)
Mutiny and Reform 204 (1)
From the Ravaging of Virginia to 205 (2)
Yorktown and Peace
A Revolutionary Society 207 (5)
Religious Transformations 207 (1)
Musical Link to the Past 208 (1)
No King but God!
The First Emancipation 208 (2)
The Challenge to Patriarchy 210 (1)
Western Expansion, Discontent, and 210 (1)
Conflict with Indians
The Northwest Ordinance 211 (1)
A More Perfect Union 212 (6)
Commerce, Debt, and Shays's Rebellion 212 (2)
Americans Abroad 214 (1)
An American Views the French Revolution
Cosmopolitans versus Localists 215 (1)
The Philadelphia Convention 216 (1)
Ratification 217 (1)
Conclusion 218 (2)
Completing the Revolution, 1789--1815 220 (32)
Establishing the National Government 222 (4)
The ``Republican Court'' 222 (1)
Chronology 222 (1)
Link to the Past 223 (1)
Washington's ``Republican Court'' The 223 (1)
First Congress
Hamiltonian Economics: The National Debt 224 (1)
Hamiltonian Economics: The Bank and the 225 (1)
Excise
The Rise of Opposition 225 (1)
Jefferson versus Hamilton 226 (1)
The Republic in a World at War, 1793--1797 226 (8)
Americans and the French Revolution 226 (1)
Americans Abroad 227 (1)
Jefferson's French Revolution
Citizen Genet 227 (1)
Western Troubles: The Whiskey Rebellion 228 (1)
Western Troubles: Indians 228 (2)
The Jay Treaty 230 (1)
Washington's Farewell 230 (1)
The Election of 1796 231 (1)
Troubles with France, 1796--1800 231 (1)
The Crisis at Home, 1798--1800 232 (1)
The Politicians and the Army 233 (1)
The Election of 1800 233 (1)
The Jeffersonians in Power 234 (6)
The Republican Program 234 (1)
Cleansing the Government 235 (1)
The Jeffersonians and the Courts 236 (1)
The Impeachments of Pickering and Chase 236 (1)
Justice Marshall's Court 237 (1)
Louisiana 238 (1)
Lewis and Clark 239 (1)
The Republic and the Napoleonic Wars, 240 (10)
1804--1815
The Dilemmas of Neutrality 241 (1)
Trouble on the High Seas 241 (1)
Embargo 241 (1)
The Road to War 242 (1)
The War Hawk Congress, 1811--1812 242 (1)
American Strategy in 1812 243 (1)
The Rise of Tecumseh 244 (1)
The War with Canada, 1812--1813 245 (1)
Tecumseh's Last Stand 245 (2)
The British Offensive, 1814 247 (1)
The Hartford Convention 248 (1)
History Through Film 249 (1)
The Buccaneer
The Treaty of Ghent 250 (1)
Conclusion 250 (2)
Northern Transformations, 1790--1850 252 (26)
Postcolonial Society, 1790--1815 254 (6)
Farms 254 (1)
Chronology 254 (2)
Neighborhoods 256 (1)
Standards of Living 257 (1)
Inheritance 257 (1)
The Seaport Cities 258 (2)
From Backcountry to Frontier: The 260 (1)
Northwest
The Backcountry, 1790--1815 260 (1)
Settlement 260 (1)
The Decline of Patriarchy 261 (1)
Paternal Power in Decline 261 (1)
The Alcoholic Republic 261 (1)
Transportation Revolution, 1815--1860 262 (5)
Transportation in 1815 262 (1)
Improvements 263 (2)
Time and Money 265 (2)
Markets and Regions 267 (1)
Northeastern Farms, 1815--1860 267 (1)
The Northwest 268 (2)
Southern Settlers 268 (1)
Northern Farmers 269 (1)
Farm Families 270 (2)
Households 270 (1)
Neighborhoods 271 (1)
The Beginnings of the Industrial 272 (4)
Revolution
Factory Towns: The Rhode Island System 272 (1)
Factory Towns: The Waltham System 273 (1)
Cities 273 (1)
Metropolitan Industrialization 274 (1)
History Through Film 275 (1)
A Midwife's Tale
Conclusion 276 (2)
The Old South, 1790--1850 278 (24)
Old Farms: The Southeast 280 (2)
The Chesapeake, 1790--1820 280 (1)
Chronology 280 (1)
Race, Gender, and Chesapeake Labor 280 (1)
Flirting with Emancipation 281 (1)
The Lowcountry, 1790--1820 281 (1)
The Task System 282 (1)
New Farms: The Rise of the Deep South 282 (7)
The Rise of the Cotton Belt 282 (1)
The Interstate Slave Trade 283 (2)
Cotton and Slave Labor 285 (2)
Mastery as a Way of Life 287 (1)
Southern Families 288 (1)
The Southern Yeomanry 289 (2)
Yeomen and Planters 289 (1)
Yeoman Neighborhoods 290 (1)
The Private Lives of Slaves 291 (6)
Slave Families 291 (1)
The Slave Trade and the Slave Family 292 (1)
The Beginnings of African American 293 (1)
Christianity in the Chesapeake
Slave Theology 294 (1)
Religion and Revolt 295 (1)
Gabriel's Rebellion 295 (1)
Denmark Vesey 296 (1)
Nat Turner 296 (1)
A Balance Sheet: The Plantation and 297 (3)
Southern Growth
History Through Film 298 (2)
Beloved
Conclusion 300 (2)
Toward an American Culture 302 (28)
The Democratization of Culture 304 (1)
A Revolution in Print 304 (1)
Chronology 304 (1)
The Northern Middle Class 305 (3)
A New Middle Class 305 (1)
The Evangelical Base 305 (1)
Domesticity 306 (1)
Sentimentality 307 (1)
The Plain People of the North 308 (5)
The Decline of the Established Churches 309 (1)
The Rise of the Democratic Sects 309 (2)
The Providential Worldview 311 (1)
Popular Millennialism 311 (1)
Family and Society 312 (1)
The Prophet Joseph Smith 313 (1)
A New Popular Culture 313 (6)
Blood Sports 313 (1)
Boxing 314 (1)
An American Theater 315 (1)
Minstrelsy 315 (1)
Americans Abroad 316 (1)
Edwin Forrest in Edinburgh: The Hiss 317 (2)
Heard Round The World Novels and the
Penny Press
Family, Church, and Neighborhood: The 319 (4)
White South
The Beginnings of the Bible Belt 319 (1)
Slavery and Southern Evangelicals 320 (1)
Gender, Power, and the Evangelicals 320 (1)
Religious Conservatism 321 (1)
Pro-Slavery Christianity 322 (1)
The Mission to the Slaves 322 (1)
Southern Entertainments 323 (1)
Race 323 (4)
Free Blacks 324 (1)
The Beginnings of Modern Racism 324 (3)
Citizenship 327 (1)
Conclusion 328 (2)
Democrats and Whigs 330 (28)
The American System 332 (3)
National Republicans 332 (1)
Chronology 332 (2)
Commerce and the Law 334 (1)
1819 335 (2)
The Argument over Missouri 335 (1)
The Missouri Compromise 335 (1)
The Panic of 1819 336 (1)
Republican Revival 337 (3)
Martin Van Buren Leads the Way 337 (1)
The Election of 1824 337 (1)
``A Corrupt Bargain'' 338 (1)
Jacksonian Melodrama 339 (1)
Adams versus Jackson 340 (3)
Nationalism in an International Arena 340 (1)
Nationalism at Home 340 (1)
The Birth of the Democratic Party 340 (1)
The Election of 1828 341 (1)
A People's Inauguration 342 (1)
The Spoils System 342 (1)
Jacksonian Democracy and the South 343 (7)
Southerners and Indians 344 (1)
Indian Removal 344 (1)
Southerners and the Tariff 344 (1)
Nullification 345 (1)
The ``Petticoat Wars'' 346 (1)
The Fall of Calhoun 347 (1)
Petitions, the Gag Rule, and the 348 (1)
Southern Mails
History Through Film 349 (1)
Amistad
Jacksonian Democracy and the Market 350 (3)
Revolution
The Second Bank of the United States 350 (1)
The Bank War 350 (1)
The Beginnings of the Whig Party 351 (1)
A Balanced Budget 352 (1)
The Second American Party System 353 (3)
``Martin Van Ruin'' 353 (1)
The Election of 1840 354 (1)
Two Parties 355 (1)
Conclusion 356 (2)
Whigs, Democrats, and the Shaping of Society 358 (24)
Constituencies 360 (2)
Chronology 360 (1)
The North and West 360 (1)
The South 361 (1)
The Politics of Economic Development 362 (3)
Government and Its Limits 362 (1)
Banks 363 (1)
Internal Improvements 364 (1)
The Politics of Social Reform 365 (4)
Public Schools 365 (1)
Ethnicity, Religion, and the Schools 366 (1)
Prisons 366 (1)
Asylums 367 (1)
The South and Social Reform 368 (1)
Excursus: The Politics of Alcohol 369 (3)
Ardent Spirits 369 (1)
The Origins of Prohibition 369 (1)
The Democratization of Temperance 370 (1)
Temperance Schisms 371 (1)
Ethnicity and Alcohol 372 (1)
The Politics of Race 372 (3)
Democratic Racism 372 (1)
Abolitionists 373 (1)
Agitation 374 (1)
Americans Abroad 375 (1)
Frederick Douglass in Great Britain
The Politics of Gender and Sex 375 (4)
Appetites 376 (1)
Moral Reform 376 (1)
History Through Film 377 (1)
Not for Ourselves Alone
Women's Rights 378 (1)
Conclusion 379 (3)
Manifest Destiny: An Empire for 382 (26)
Liberty---Or Slavery?
Growth as the American Way 384 (7)
Chronology 384 (1)
Manifest Destiny and Slavery 384 (1)
The Westering Impulse 385 (1)
The Hispanic Southwest 386 (1)
The Oregon and California Trails 386 (2)
The Mormon Migration 388 (1)
The Republic of Texas 388 (1)
History Through Film 389 (1)
The Alamo
The Annexation Controversy 390 (1)
Acquisition of Texas and Oregon 391 (1)
The Mexican War 391 (5)
Military Campaigns of 1846 392 (1)
Military Campaigns of 1847 393 (1)
Antiwar Sentiment 393 (1)
The Wilmot Proviso 394 (2)
The Election of 1848 396 (2)
The Free Soil Party 396 (1)
The Gold Rush and California Statehood 397 (1)
The Compromise of 1850 398 (5)
The Senate Debates 398 (1)
Passage of the Compromise 399 (1)
The Fugitive Slave Law 400 (1)
The Slave-Catchers 400 (1)
Americans Abroad 401 (2)
William and Ellen Craft Aid the Causes
of Freedom and Union in England
Uncle Tom's Cabin 403 (1)
Filibustering 403 (2)
Link to the Past 404 (1)
Demands for the Expansion of Slavery
The Gray-Eyed Man of Destiny 405 (1)
Conclusion 405 (3)
The Gathering Tempest, 1853--1860 408 (32)
Kansas and the Rise of the Republican 410 (2)
Party
Chronology 410 (1)
The Kansas-Nebraska Act 410 (2)
Death of the Whig Party 412 (1)
Immigration and Nativism 412 (3)
Immigrants in Politics 413 (1)
The Rise of the Know-Nothings 414 (1)
The Decline of Nativism 415 (1)
Bleeding Kansas 415 (3)
The Caning of Sumner 417 (1)
The Election of 1856 418 (4)
The Dred Scott Case 419 (2)
The Lecompton Constitution 421 (1)
The Economy in the 1850s 422 (11)
``The American System of Manufactures'' 422 (3)
The Southern Economy 425 (2)
The Sovereignty of King Cotton 427 (1)
Labor Conditions in the North 427 (2)
Musical Link to the Past 429 (1)
The Waltz---An Immoral Dance?
The Panic of 1857 430 (1)
Sectionalism and the Panic 431 (1)
The Free-Labor Ideology 431 (1)
The Impending Crisis 432 (1)
Southern Nonslaveholders 432 (1)
The Lincoln-Douglas Debates 433 (4)
History Through Film 434 (1)
Abe Lincoln in Illinois
The Freeport Doctrine 435 (1)
John Brown at Harpers Ferry 436 (1)
Conclusion 437 (3)
Secession and Civil War, 1860--1862 440 (34)
The Election of 1860 442 (4)
Chronology 442 (1)
The Republicans Nominate Lincoln 443 (1)
Southern Fears 443 (3)
The Lower South Secedes 446 (4)
Northerners Affirm the Union 446 (1)
Compromise Proposals 447 (1)
Link to the Past 448 (1)
Cornerstone of the Confederacy
Establishment of the Confederacy 448 (1)
The Fort Sumter Issue 449 (1)
Choosing Sides 450 (3)
The Border States 451 (1)
The Creation of West Virginia 452 (1)
Indian Territory and the Southwest 453 (1)
The Balance Sheet of War 453 (6)
History Through Film 454 (1)
The Red Badge of Courage
Strategy and Morale 455 (1)
Mobilizing for War 456 (1)
Weapons and Tactics 456 (1)
Logistics 457 (1)
Financing the War 458 (1)
Americans Abroad 459 (1)
Benjamin Moran Helps Prevent British 459 (1)
Intervention in the Civil War
Navies, the Blockade, and Foreign 459 (3)
Relations
King Cotton Diplomacy 460 (1)
The Trent Affair 461 (1)
The Confederate Navy 461 (1)
The Monitor and the Virginia 461 (1)
Campaigns and Battles, 1861--1862 462 (7)
The Battle of Bull Run 463 (1)
Naval Operations 463 (2)
Fort Henry and Fort Donelson 465 (1)
The Battle of Shiloh 465 (1)
The Virginia Theater 466 (2)
The Seven Days' Battles 468 (1)
Musical Link to the Past 469 (1)
Wartime Music as Inspiration and
Catharsis
Confederate Counteroffensives 469 (2)
The Second Battle of Bull Run 471 (1)
Conclusion 471 (3)
A New Birth of Freedom, 1862--1865 474 (36)
Slavery and the War 476 (7)
Chronology 476 (1)
The ``Contrabands'' 476 (1)
The Border States 477 (1)
The Decision for Emancipation 477 (1)
New Calls for Troops 478 (1)
The Battle of Antietam 479 (2)
Americans Abroad 481 (1)
John Bigelow Promotes the Union Cause
in France
The Emancipation Proclamation 481 (2)
A Winter of Discontent 483 (4)
Link to the Past 483 (1)
``We Cannot Escape History'': Abraham
Lincoln
The Rise of the Copperheads 484 (1)
Economic Problems in the South 484 (1)
The Wartime Draft and Class Tensions 485 (2)
A Poor Man's Fight? 487 (1)
Blueprint for Modern America 487 (2)
Women and the War 487 (2)
The Confederate Tide Crests and Recedes 489 (4)
The Battle of Chancellorsville 489 (1)
The Gettysburg Campaign 489 (2)
The Vicksburg Campaign 491 (1)
Chickamauga and Chattanooga 491 (2)
Black Men in Blue 493 (3)
Black Soldiers in Combat 494 (1)
History Through Film 495 (1)
Glory
Emancipation Confirmed 496 (1)
The Year of Decision 496 (6)
Out of the Wilderness 496 (2)
Spotsylvania and Cold Harbor 498 (1)
Stalemate in Virginia 498 (1)
The Atlanta Campaign 499 (1)
Peace Overtures 499 (2)
The Prisoner-Exchange Controversy 501 (1)
The Issue of Black Soldiers in the 502 (1)
Confederate Army
Lincoln's Reelection and the End of the 502 (5)
Confederacy
The Capture of Atlanta 502 (1)
The Shenandoah Valley 502 (1)
From Atlanta to the Sea 503 (1)
The Battles of Franklin and Nashville 503 (1)
Fort Fisher and Sherman's March through 503 (2)
the Carolinas
The Road to Appomattox 505 (2)
The Assassination of Lincoln 507 (1)
Conclusion 507 (3)
Reconstruction, 1863--1877 510
Wartime Reconstruction 512 (2)
Chronology 512 (1)
Radical Republicans and Reconstruction 512 (2)
Andrew Johnson and Reconstruction 514 (4)
Johnson's Policy 514 (1)
Southern Defiance 515 (1)
The Black Codes 516 (1)
Land and Labor in the Postwar South 516 (1)
The Freedmen's Bureau 516 (1)
Land for the Landless 517 (1)
Education 518 (1)
The Advent of Congressional Reconstruction 518 (3)
Schism between President and Congress 519 (1)
The 14th Amendment 520 (1)
The 1866 Elections 520 (1)
The Reconstruction Acts of 1867 520 (1)
The Impeachment of Andrew Johnson 521 (4)
The Completion of Formal Reconstruction 522 (1)
The 15th Amendment 522 (1)
The Election of 1868 523 (1)
Americans Abroad 524 (1)
Dan Sickles Tries to Provoke War with
Spain
The Grant Administration 525 (5)
Civil Service Reform 525 (1)
Foreign Policy Issues 526 (1)
Reconstruction in the South 526 (1)
Blacks in Office 526 (1)
``Carpetbaggers'' 527 (1)
``Scalawags'' 527 (1)
The Ku Klux Klan 528 (1)
The Election of 1872 528 (1)
History Through Film 529 (1)
The Birth of a Nation
The Panic of 1873 530 (1)
The Retreat from Reconstruction 530 (5)
The Mississippi Election of 1875 531 (1)
Link to the Past 532 (1)
Frederick Douglass on the Supreme Court
and Civil Rights
The Supreme Court and Reconstruction 532 (1)
The Election of 1876 533 (1)
Disputed Results 534 (1)
The Compromise of 1877 535 (1)
The End of Reconstruction 535 (1)
Conclusion 535
Appendix 1 (1)
Glossary 1 (1)
Credits 1 (1)
Index 1