Manual of American History, Diplomacy, and Government: For Class Use

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Harvard university, 1908 - United States - 554 pages
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Contents

How to use Books
12
Use of Secondary Materials
14
Use of Sources
15
StudentsHandbooks in United States History Course A
16
Students Handbooks in Brief United States History Course B
17
Special Collection in United States History Courses A and B
18
Collections of Historical Sources Courses A and B
25
Students Handbooks in Diplomatic History Course C
33
Students Handbooks In Brief Diplomatic History Course D
34
21 Special Collection in American Diplomacy Courses C and D
35
Students Handbooks in American Government Course E
36
Students Handbooks In Brief American Government Course F
37
Special Collection in Government Courses E and F
38
LECTURES AND READINGS 25 Character of the Lectures
40
Personality
41
PAGE
42
17891907 Ninety Lectures on Constitutional and Political History of the United States Course A
43
16071789 Readings on Elements of United States History
44
Ninety Lectures in American Diplomacy Course C
108
Ninety Lectures on American Government Course E
168
125 Thirty Leciures on American Government Course F
213
Lects 17 44
214
CLASSROOM PAPERS
226
No 20 Popular Sovereignty and Organized Territory
263
155 No 21 Principles of Citizenship and Rights of NonCitizens
266
No 22 Doctrine of Secession
268
No 23 Responsibility for the Civil War
270
No 24 Lincolns Democracy
272
No 25 Military Powers of the President
274
No 26 Constitutional Principles of Reconstruction
276
No 27 Regulation of Commerce
278
No 28 Federal Control over Corporations
281
No 29 Dependencies
283
No 30 Administrative Responsibility
285
Six Classroom Papers in Brief United States History Course B
287
Thirty Classroom Papers in American Diplomacy Course C
288
No 2 Theory of Indian Landholding
289
No 3 Execution of the British Acts of Trade
290
No 4 Rule of 1756
292
No 5 Basis of English Claims to America
293
No 6 Execution of the Spanish Colonial Policy
294
No 7 Territorial Policy during the Revolution and Con federation
295
No 8 Breaking the Instructions of Congress at Paris
296
No 9 Policy of American Isolation
297
No 10 Was France entitled to complain of the Jay Treaty?
298
177 No 11 Allegiance and Impressment
299
No 12 Status of Territory Annexed but not yet Organized
300
179 No 13 Were the Orders in Council and Decrees Contrary to International Law?
303
No 14 Northeastern Fishery Rights
304
No 15 Navigation of the Mississippi and St Lawrence Rivers
306
No 16 Doctrine of the Recognition of new States
307
No 17 Extent of the Monroe Doctrine
308
No 18 Responsibility of a Government for not carrying out a Treaty
310
No 19 Government of Military Conquests previous to Cession
312
No 20 The Mosquito Question
313
187 No 21 Application of Personal Status in a Foreign Country
314
No 22 Effect of Lincolns Blockade Proclamations
316
189 No 23 Doctrine of Continuous Voyages
317
No 24 Consequential Damages
319
No 25 Responsibility for Filibusters
320
No 26 Right of Expatriation
321
No 27 Control of Seal Catching
323
No 28 Protectorate of Cuba
324
No 29 Policy of the Open Door
326
Six Classroom Papers in American Diplomacy Course D
328
Thirty Classroom Papers on American Government Course E
329
No 1 Theory of the Social Compact
330
No 2 Theories of the Two Spheres and of the Unity of American Government
331
201 No 3 Status of Citizens other than Native Born
332
No 4 Theory of Religious Liberty
333
No 14 Development of the Cabinet
345
No 15 Needs of Civil Service Reform
347
No 16 Defects of the Committee System
348
No 17 Influences on the Legislation of Congress
349
No 18 Administrative Decisions
350
No 19 Principle of Declaring Acts Void
351
218 No 20a Status of Territory Conquered but not Ceded
354
No 206 Status of Territory Ceded but not Organized
356
No 21 Difficulties in Assessing Personal Taxes
358
221 No 22 Difficulties of Tariff Administration
359
No 23 Federal Control of Corporations
360
No 24 Public Canals
361
No 25 City Ownership of Traction Lines
362
No 26 Limitation of Immigration
364
No 27 Status of Consuls
365
No 28 The Pension System
366
No 29 Regulation of Liquor Traffic
367
No 30 Injunctions against Rioters
368
Six Classroom Papers in American Government Course F
370
Purpose of the Library Reports
371
Desirable Form for the Library Reports
373
Materials for Historical and Constitutional Reports Courses A and B
374
Special Materials for Bibliographical Library Reports
375
Alphabetical List of Public Men
377
List of Public Men arranged by States and Countries
386
Methods of Constitutional Library Reports
391
Materials for Constitutional Library Reports
392
Constitutional Reports on the Genesis and Nature of the Union
393
241 Constitutional Reports on Membership in the Community
396
Constitutional Reports on The Electoral System
401
Constitutional Reports on the Status of the States
402
Constitutional Reports on the National Legislative
404
Constitutional Reports on the National Executive
409
Constitutional Reports on the National Judiciary
413
Constitutional Reports on Territorial Functions
416
Constitutional Reports on Financial Questions
423
Constitutional Reports on Commercial Questions
429
Constitutional Reports on War Powers
437
Constitutional Reports on Foreign Relations
439
Constitutional Reports on the General Welfare
440
Methods of Library Reports on Slavery
446
Materials for Library Reports on Slavery
447
Reports on the Genesis of Slavery in America
448
Reports on the Master Race
450
Reports on Free Negroes
451
Reports on Property in Slaves
454
Reports on Slave Life
457
Reports on Control of Slaves
460
261 Reports on Fugitive Slaves
463
Reports on the National Status of Slavery
466
Reports on the Interstate Status of Slavery
469
Reports on the International Status of Slavery
470
Reports on Arguments for and against Slavery
472
Reports on Effects of Slavery
474
Reports on Public Emancipation of Slaves
476
Reports on Abolition and Abolitionists
479
Reports on Contemporary Judgment of Abolition
483
Methods of Library Reports in American Diplomacy Courses C
485
Methods of Library Reports in Government Courses E and F
496
EXAMINATIONS PAGE 300 Purposes of Examinations
541
Specimen MidYear Paper longer in United States History 17871837 Course A
542
Specimen Paper in Brief United States History Course B
546
Specimen MidYear Paper in American Diplomacy Course C
547
Specimen Final Paper in Diplomatic History Course C
548
Specimen Paper in Brief Diplomatic History Course D
549
Specimen MidYear Paper in American Government Course E
550
Specimen Final Paper in American Government Course E
552
Specimen Paper in Brief American Government Course F
554
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