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Retrieving the American past : a customized U.S. history reader / compiled by the Department of History, the University of Texas at Tyler, Dr. Vincent Falzone, Dr. Stephen Daniels, Dr. Dallas Cothrum.

By: Falzone, Vincent J.
Contributor(s): Daniels, Stephen E. (Stephen Emery), 1943- | Cothrum, Dallas Lee, 1969- | University of Texas at Tyler.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: Needham Heights, MA : Pearson Custom Pub., c2000Description: viii, 406 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.Subject(s): United States -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775 | United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 | United States -- History -- 1783-1865 | United States -- History -- 1865-1921 | United States -- History -- 20th century
Partial contents:
The historical legacies of Christopher Columbus / Kenneth J. Andrien -- Women and the American Revolution : the formation of Republican motherhood / Margaret E. Newell -- Why the British lost the Revolutionary War / Mark Grimsley -- Jeffersonian Republicans vs. Federalists : struggle over the Sedition Act / Saul Cornell -- Lewis and Clark : the opening of the American West -- The War of 1812 / Peter L. Hahn and Michael J. Hogan --Jacksonian democracy / Daniel Feller --Manifest destiny / Peter L. Hahn and Michael J. Hogan -- Nat Turner and slave resistance / Merton L. Dillon -- Why Union soldiers fought / Mark Grimsley -- The rise of big business and the persistence of small business in American industry, 1850-1920 / Mansel G. Blockford -- Irony and paradox : farmer discontent in late nineteenth-century America / William R. Childs -- What was progressivism / John D. Buenker -- Clash of cultures in the 1910s and 1920s / William R. Childs -- New Deal liberalism / David L. Stebeene -- United States entry into World War II / Peter L. Hahn, Michael J. Hogan, and Amy L. S. Staples -- The origins of the Cold War / Peter L. Hahn, Michael J. Hogan, and Bruce Karhoff -- Television as a social force / David B. Sicilia -- Did the United States cease to be a middle-class nation in the 1980s? / John C. Burnham.
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UASC Faculty Publications University of Texas At Tyler
Alumni House Library
E178.1 .F39 2000 (Browse shelf) Not for loan 0000001435759

"2001 edition"--Cover.

The historical legacies of Christopher Columbus / Kenneth J. Andrien -- Women and the American Revolution : the formation of Republican motherhood / Margaret E. Newell -- Why the British lost the Revolutionary War / Mark Grimsley -- Jeffersonian Republicans vs. Federalists : struggle over the Sedition Act / Saul Cornell -- Lewis and Clark : the opening of the American West -- The War of 1812 / Peter L. Hahn and Michael J. Hogan --Jacksonian democracy / Daniel Feller --Manifest destiny / Peter L. Hahn and Michael J. Hogan -- Nat Turner and slave resistance / Merton L. Dillon -- Why Union soldiers fought / Mark Grimsley -- The rise of big business and the persistence of small business in American industry, 1850-1920 / Mansel G. Blockford -- Irony and paradox : farmer discontent in late nineteenth-century America / William R. Childs -- What was progressivism / John D. Buenker -- Clash of cultures in the 1910s and 1920s / William R. Childs -- New Deal liberalism / David L. Stebeene -- United States entry into World War II / Peter L. Hahn, Michael J. Hogan, and Amy L. S. Staples -- The origins of the Cold War / Peter L. Hahn, Michael J. Hogan, and Bruce Karhoff -- Television as a social force / David B. Sicilia -- Did the United States cease to be a middle-class nation in the 1980s? / John C. Burnham.

Includes bibliographical references.

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