The Antebellum Era: Primary Documents on Events from 1820 to 1860 (Google eBook)
David A. Copeland
Greenwood Publishing Group, Jan 1, 2003 - History - 423 pages
Firsthand accounts offer students, scholars, or anyone interested in the pivotal period preceding the Civil War a look at how America's press covered important national issues and events of the day, from the passage of the Missouri Compromise through John Brown's raid on Harper's Ferry. Using editorials, letters, essays, and news reports that appeared throughout the country, Copeland reveals how editors, politicians, and other Americans used the press to influence opinion. These are the primary documents that displayed the pulse of the nation.
Issues such as abolition, education, and women's rights are discussed along with important events such as the nullification crisis of 1832, the Mexican War, and the Kansas-Nebraska Act. Each of the 29 chapters introduces an event or issue and includes news articles that represented various American opinions. These introductory essays and primary-source documents illustrate how newspapers and magazines presented matters of great national import, in an age when the opinions of the press frequently in influenced broad American sentiment and action.
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The Missouri Compromise 1820
The BacktoAfrica Movement 1822
The Monroe Doctrine 1823
The Elections of 1824 and 182 8
The Massachusetts Public School Act 1827
The South Carolina Tariff Conflict 1828 XI
The Indian Removal Act 1830
Joseph Smith and the Mormons 1844
Manifest Destiny 1845
The War with Mexico 1846
The Wilmot Proviso 1846
Seneca Falls and Womens Rights 1848
The California Gold Rush 1848
The Compromise of 1850 and the Fugitive Slave Act 1850
Uncle Toms Cabin 1852
William Lloyd Garrison and the Abolitionist Movement 1831
Nat Turner and Slave Insurrections 1831
The Nullification Act 1832
The Bank of the United States 1832
The Penny Press and the Moral War 1833
The Alamo and Texas Annexation 1836
The Trail of Tears 1838
The Amistadand Cinque 1839
The Dorr Rebellion 1842
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