Richard Franklin Bensel - History - 1990 - 452 pages
This book describes the impact of the American Civil War on the development of central state authority in the late nineteenth century. The author contends that intense ...
Alexander Keyssar - Business & Economics - 1986 - 469 pages
Out of Work chronicles the history of unemployment in the United States. It traces the evolution of the problem of joblessness from the early decades of the nineteenth-century ...
Randolph A. Roth - History - 2002 - 412 pages
An account of the most radical democratic revolution of the era launched by the pioneers who settled in Vermont along New England's northern frontier during the so-called Age ...
Michael Willrich - History - 2003 - 332 pages
This 2003 book looks at contesting concepts of crime, and social justice in nineteenth-century industrial America.
Timothy R. Mahoney - History - 2003 - 332 pages
This book analyzes the development of a distinctive, region along the upper Mississippi River north of St. Louis during the middle third of the nineteenth century.