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Title:
The human tradition in antebellum America
Author:
Morrison, Michael A., 1948-
Publication Information:
Wilmington, Del. : SR Books, 2000.
Physical Description:
xxiv, 251 pages ; 24 cm.
Language:
English
Contents:
Shuttles of a new nation: the private lives and public actions of ordinary Americans / Michael A. Morrison -- Abraham Bishop: teacher, lawyer, orator, and politician / Stephen R. Grossbart -- John Wesley Young: identity and community among "the people called Methodist" / Ruth Alden Doan -- Trotter & sons: merchants and the early west / Craig Thompson Friend -- Hiram Hill: house carpenter, lumber dealer, self-made man / Gary J. Kornbluth -- Senator John Smith: the rise and fall of a frontier entrepreneur / Andrew R.L. Cayton -- Arsène Lacarrière Latour: immigrant, patriot-historian, and foreign agent / Gene A. Smith -- Thomas Sidney Jesup: soldier, bureaucrat, gentleman democrat / Samuel J. Watson -- John Ross: Cherokee chief and defender of the nation / Mary Young -- Peter P. Pitchlynn: race and identity in nineteenth-century America / Donna L. Akers -- Hosea Easton: forgotten abolitionist "giant" / George R. Price -- Laura Wirt Randall: a woman's life, 1803-1833 / Anya Jabour -- Rebecca Reed: anti-Catholic agitator / Daniel A. Cohen -- Margaret Eaton: the politics of gender in Jacksonian America / John F. Marszalek / Benjamin Tappan: democrat, scientist, iconoclast / Daniel Feller -- George Washington Harris: the fool from the hills / John Mayfield.
ISBN:
9780842028349

9780842028356
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Book

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