Guide to the Study and Reading of American History

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Ginn, 1912 - United States - 650 pages
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Contents

General Works 27 General Reference Books
38
Brief Histories
40
Larger Comprehensive Works
41
Geography 30 Historical Geography
45
31 Physical Geography of America
47
Physical Maps of North America
49
Historical Maps
50
34 Sources of Historical Geography
51
Gazetteers Geographies and Registers
53
Special Works 36 Works on Special Topics
57
State and Local Histories
62
38 Books of Travel
89
CONTENTS ix
90
PART III
94
Biographies
102
Periodicals
122
41 Newspapers
125
Collections of Public Records and Statutes
128
Colonial State and Local Records Statutes and Constitutions
132
PAGE
144
United States Records
152
45 Publications of Learned Societies
157
Collected Works of American Statesmen
163
Autobiographies and Reminiscences
168
Unofficial Collections of Narratives Documents and Speeches
176
Manuscript Sources
180
Illustrative Works 50 Illustrative Material
182
Historical Novels
183
Poems and Ballads
189
TEACHING AND READING HISTORY CHAPTER PAGE IX Working Libraries 53 Necessity of Working Libraries
191
Small Standard Library
193
Collateral Use of Public Libraries
194
57 Use of Great Libraries
195
Special Use of Libraries by Student
196
Class Exercises 59 Recitations
198
Use of Textbooks
199
Reviews
206
The Quiz
207
Physical Geography and Maps
208
Political Geography
209
Illustrative Methods
210
Debates
211
69 Oral Reports of Pupils
212
Seminaries
213
Gassroom Tests
214
74 Formal Written Tests
215
Historical Reading 75 Necessity of Reading
216
Consecutive Reading
217
How to use Books
218
Secondary and Primary Materials
220
Lectures 82 Talks by Teachers
222
CHAPTER PAGE 84 Students Note Taking in Lectures
223
Investigators Note Taking
225
Giving out References
227
Written Reviews
228
Gassroom Papers
229
91 Subjects for Topics
230
Composition in Historical Subjects
231
Special Report System
232
Monographs
234
PART IV
236
Archaeology
240
The Aborigines
241
PreColumbian Discoveries
243
Columbian Discoveries
244
Companions and Successors of Columbus
245
Naming of America
246
The Spanish Conquerors
247
The Spaniards in the United States
248
Early French Explorers
249
Virginia 16241688
260
117 Provincial Virginia 16881760
261
118 Settlement of Maryland
262
Puritans in Maryland
263
The Carolinas
264
Georgia
265
Middle Colonies 16091760
266
The English in New York
267
New Jersey
268
Settlement of Pennsylvania
269
126 Pennsylvania and Delaware 16851760
270
New England 16071760
272
The Pilgrims
273
Plymouth 16201629
274
131 New Plymouth Colony 16291691
275
Early Massachusetts 16201628
276
The Massachusetts Bay Company
277
Development of Massachusetts 16301650
278
Rhode Island and Providence Plantations 1636
280
Rhode Island to 1665
281
New Haven Colony 16381662
282
Northern Settlements 16201660
283
The Quakers
284
King Philips War
285
The Tyranny of Andros
286
CHAPTER PAGE
288
PART V
316
Confederation and Constitution 17811788
329
Foreign and Commercial Relations of the Con federation 17831789
335
172 States under the Confederation 17811788
337
The Federal Convention of 1787
339
Ratification of the Constitution 17871790
341
Theories of the Constitution
343
Organization of the Government 17891801
346
Organization of a Financial System 17891791
348
Doctrine of Implied Powers 17891911
350
Political Parties 17891793 351
351
Territorial and Slavery Questions 17891802
352
Foreign and Indian Relations 17891798
354
Financial and Commercial Questions 17921797
356
Breach with France 17971800
358
Alien and Sedition Acts and Virginia and Ken tucky Resolutions 17981800
360
185 Fall of the Federalists 17991801
361
Foreign Complications 18011815
363
Annexation of Louisiana West Florida and Oregon 18001812
365
The Burr Conspiracy 18031807
367
Neutral Trade 17891807
368
190 The Embargo and NonIntercourse 18071811
370
The War of 1812 18121815
371
Opposition to the War 18111815
374
193 Settlement of the West 17891820
375
Reorganization 18151829
380
The Great Constitutional Decisions 17921824
381
196 Era of Good Feeling in Politics 18171825
383
The Missouri Compromise
384
The Monroe Doctrine
386
Administration of John Quincy Adams
388
CHAPTER PAGE
391
Slavery and Texas 18301848
421
The Slavery Crisis 18461860
445
Presidential Election of i860
459
PART VI
489
Political Reaction 18721880
510
CHAPTER PAGE
512
New Industrial Foundations 18801890
520
Economic Unrest 18901898
539
The Transforming Nation 18981910
552
Index
587
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