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American Perspectives: Readings in American History, Volume I (to 1877), 6th Edition

 

Chapter One: The Arrival of the Europeans—Spain and France

           

Treaty between Spain and Portugal Concluded at Tordisillas (June 7, 1494)

            Alvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca’s Shipwreck off the Texas Coast (1528-1536)

            Alvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca Ragged Castaway

            Pedro de Castañeda de Nájera on the Search for the Seven Cities of Cíbola (1540)

            Antoine Simon Le Page Du Pratz Describes the French Conflict with the Natchez (1729)

 

The Arrival of the Europeans—England

 

            The Jamestown Fiasco

            The Mayflower Compact (1620)

            The Maryland Toleration Act (1649)

            Deodat Lawson Describes Events at Salem (1692)

            The Puritans and Sex

            Albion’s Seed: Four British Folkways in America (Excerpts)

                        Massachusetts Marriage Ways: The Puritan Idea of Marriage as a Contract

                        Massachusetts Child-Rearing Ways: Breaking the Will

                        Massachusetts Magic Ways: The Puritan Obsession with Witchcraft

                        Massachusetts Food Ways: Origins of New England’s “Canonical Dish”

                        Massachusetts Dress Ways: The Puritan Taste for Simple Clothes and “Sadd” Colors

 

Chapter Two: The African Experience in Colonial America

           

            New Netherland Act Emancipating Certain Slaves (1644)

            Virginia Codes Regulating Servitude and Slavery (1642-1705)

            The Horrors of a Slave Ship

            Venture Smith’s Account of Slavery and Freedom

            The New York Slave Revolt (1712)

            Louisiana’s Code Noir (1724)

            Resolutions of the Germantown Mennonites (February 18, 1688)

            George Whitefield Admonishes Southern Slaveholders (1740)

 

Chapter Three: The Native American Experience in Colonial America

 

            Susannah Johnson Recalls her Captivity (1754-1757)

            Pontiac’s Speech to an Ottawa, Potawatomi, and Huron Audience (1763)

            Native Reactions to the Invasion of America

 

Chapter Four: The Advent of the American Revolution

           

            Jonathan Edwards: A Great Deal of Noise about Religion (1740-1743)

            The Paxton Riots (1763-1764)

            The Stamp Act Riots (1765)

            The Boston Massacre (1770)

            Association of the Sons of Liberty in New York (December 15, 1773)

            A Proclamation, by the King, for Suppressing Rebellion and Sedition (August 23, 1775)

            Terrorism against Loyalists (1774-1775)

            The Declaration of Independence (1776)

            A “Most Undisciplined, Profligate Crew”: Protest and Defiance in the Continental Ranks

Chapter Five: Independence and the Constitution

           

            The Articles of Confederation (1781)

            Shays’s Rebellion (1786-1787)

            The United States Constitution (1787)

            The Bill of Rights (1791)

            The Witch and We, the People

            The Shot Heard ‘Round the World: Lexington and Concord

 

Chapter Six: The Early Republic

           

            The Whiskey Rebellion (1794)

            Washington’s Proclamation of Neutrality

            Jefferson’s Notes on the State of Virginia and Correspondence with the Danbury Baptists

            The Sedition Act (1794)

            The Eleventh and Twelfth Amendments to the United States Constitution (1795 and 1807)

            Act to Prohibit the Importation of Slaves (1807)

 

Chapter Seven: The War of 1812 and Expansion

           

            Tecumseh: Address to the Osages (1811)

            Jeffersonian Foreign Policy and the War of 1812: The Embargo Act of 1807

            James Madison’s Second Inaugural Address (1813)

            The Missouri Enabling Act (March 6, 1820)

            The Monroe Doctrine: December 2, 1823

            A Crucible of American Identity: The United States and the Barbary Kingdoms

 

Chapter Eight: Jacksonian America

           

            The South Carolina Exposition and Protest

            Andrew Jackson’s First Inaugural Address (1829)

            The Cherokee Removal through the Eyes of a Private Soldier

            Black Hawk’s Surrender Speech (1832)

            Conclusion for Part One of Democracy in America

            The Jacksonian Character: A Contemporary Portrait of American Personality, Traits, and Values

            José Antonio Navarro: Elder Statesman, 1853-1871

 

Chapter Nine: The American Renaissance

           

            The American Scholar (1837)

            The Birthmark (1843)

            The Tell-Tale Heart (1843)

            Excerpts from “On Civil Disobedience” (1849)

 

Chapter Ten: The Second Great Awakening and Antebellum Reform

 

            Report of the Commissioners for the University of Virginia, August 4, 1818

            Annual Reports of the Massachusetts State Board of Education (Excerpts from Horace Mann’s

                        Reports)

            Selections from the McCuffy Readers

            Dorothea Dix on Prisons: “Memorial to the Legislature of Massachusetts” (January 1843)

            Crime in the City

            A Marriage under Protest

Chapter Ten: The Second Great Awakening and Antebellum Reform (cont.)

 

The Declaration of Sentiments

            The Second Great Awakening: A Christian Nation?

            The Missouri Redress Petitions: A Reappraisal of Mormon Persecutions in Missouri

 

Chapter Eleven: Antebellum Slavery

 

            Louisiana Uprising (1811)

            The Denmark Vesey Uprising (1822)

            The Nat Turner Rebellion (1831)

            The Texas Slave Insurrection (1860)

 

Chapter Twelve: Anti-Slavery and Abolition

 

            David Walker’ Appeal

            The Meaning of July Fourth for the Negro (July 5, 1862)

            Ain’t I a Woman? (1851)

            An Anti-Abolition Riot in New York (1834)

            The Murder of Elijah Lovejoy (1837)

            One Minute: The Caning of Charles Sumner

            Abraham Lincoln’s House Divided Speech

            Address of John Brown to the Virginia Court

            Reading Marx with Abraham Lincoln: Utopian Socialists, German Communists, and Other

                        Republicans

            Lincoln and the Abolitionists

 

Chapter Thirteen: The Civil War

 

            The Corwin Slavery Amendment (1861)

            Slavery, Secession and the Civil War: The Southern Ordinances of Seccession

            President Lincoln’s Letters to his Generals

            The Emancipation Proclamation

            The Gettysburg Address

            Abraham Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address

            The Climax of Early U.S. Foreign Policy: The Civil War (1850-1865)

            No Peace without Victory (1861-1865)

 

Chapter Fourteen: Reconstruction

           

            The Mississippi Black Codes

            The Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Amendments to the United States Constitution

            A Letter to My Old Master

            The Ku Klux Klan: Organization and Principles

            Slaves No More

            The Nadir of Race Relations

            The United States v. Anthony

            Minor v. Hapersett

 

 

 

 

 

Chapter Fifteen: Westward Expansion during the Civil War and Reconstruction

           

            The Pacific Railway Act

            The Homestead Act

            The Purchase of Alaska

            Pricing the Future: Grain

 

Chapter Sixteen: The Native American Experience during the Civil War and Reconstruction

           

            A History of the Sioux War and Massacre

            Testimony of Colonel J. M. Chivington

            The Treaty of Fort Laramie

            The First Report on the Battle of Little Big Horn

 

 

Chronological Table of Contents Separating Primary Sources from Secondary Works

American Perspectives: Readings in American History, Volume I (to 1877), 6th Edition

 

 

Chapter

Primary Sources

Secondary Works

 

 

 

Chapter One

Treaty between Spain and Portugal

        concluded at Tordisillas

Alvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca’s

       Shipwreck off  the Texas Coast

Pedro de Castañeda de Nájera on the

       Search for the Seven Cities of

       Cíbola

Antoine Simon Le Page du Pratz

       Describes the French Conflict with

       the Natchez

The Mayflower Compact

The Maryland Toleration Act

Deodat Lawson Describes Events at

       Salem

Alvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca: Ragged

      Castaway

The Jamestown Fiasco

The Puritans and Sex

Albion’s Seed: Four British Folkways

      in America

Chapter Two

New Netherland Act Emancipating

      Certain Slaves

Virginia Codes Regulating Servitude

      and Slavery

The Horrors of a Slave Ship

Venture Smith’s Account of Slavery

      and Freedom

The New York Slave Revolt (1712)

Louisiana’s Code Noir (1724)

Resolution of the Germantown

      Mennonites

George Whitefield Admonishes

      Southern Slaveholders

 

Chapter Three

Susannah Johnson Recalls her Captivity

Pontiac’s Speech to an Ottawa,

      Potawatomi, and Huron Audience

Native Reactions to the Invasion of

        America

Chapter Four

The Paxton Riots

The Stamp Act Riots

The Boston Massacre

Association of the Sons of Liberty in

       New York

A Proclamation, by the King, for

       Suppressing Rebellion and Sedition

The Declaration of Independence

Jonathan Edwards: A Great Deal of

        Noise about Religion

A “Most Undisciplined and Profligate

        Crew”

Chapter Five

The Articles of Confederation

Shays’s Rebellion

The United States Consitution

The Bill of Rights

The Witch and We, the People

The Shot Heard ‘Round the World

Chapter Six

The Whiskey Rebellion

Washington’s Proclamation of Neutrality

Jefferson’s Notes on Virginia/the Danbury

       Baptists

The Sedition Act

The 11th and 12th Amendments

An Act to Prohibit the Importation of

      Slaves

 

Chapter Seven

Tecumseh’s Address to the Osages

Jeffersonian Foreign Policy and the War of

     1812

James Madison’s Second Inaugural       

     Address

The Missouri Enabling Act

The Monroe Doctrine

A Crucible of American Identity: The

     United States and the Barbary

     Kingdoms

Chapter Eight

The South Carolina Exposition and Protest

Andrew Jackson’s First Inaugural Address

The Cherokee Removal through the Eyes

      of a Private Soldier

Black Hawk’s Surrender Speech

Conclusion for Part One of Democracy in

      America

José Antonio Navarro, Elder Statesman

The Jacksonian Character

Chapter Nine

The American Scholar

The Birthmark

The Tell-Tale Heart

Excerpts from “On Civil Disobedience”

 

Chapter Ten

Report of the Commissioners for U. of VA

Annual Reports MA Board of Education

Selections from McCuffey Readers

Dorothea Dix on Prisons

Crime in the City

A Marriage Under Protest

The Declaration of Sentiments

The Missouri Redress Petitions: A

      Reappraisal of the Mormon

      Persecutions in Missouri

The Second Great Awakening: A

      Christian Nation?

 

Chapter Eleven

The Louisiana Uprising (1811)

The Denmark Vesey Uprising (1822)

The Nat Turner Rebellion (1832)

The Texas Slave Insurrection (1860)

 

Chapter Twelve

David Walker’s Appeal

The Meaning of July Fourth for a Negro

Ain’t I a Woman?

An Anti-Abolition Riot in New York

The Murder of Elijah Lovejoy

Lincoln’s House Divided Speech

Address of John Brown to the Virginia

      Court

One Minute: The Caning of Charles

       Sumner

Reading Marx with Abraham Lincoln

Lincoln and the Abolitionists

Chapter Thirteen

The Corwin Slavery Amendment

The Ordinances of Secession

Lincoln’s Letters to his Generals

The Emancipation Proclamation

The Gettysburg Address

Lincoln’s Second Inaugural Address

Climax of Early American Foreign

       Policy, 1850-1865

No Peace without Victory (1861-1865)

Chapter Fourteen

The Mississippi Black Codes

The 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments

A Letter to my Old Master

The Ku Klux Klan: Organization and

       Principles

The United States v. Anthony

Minor v. Hapersett

Slaves No More

The Nadir of Race Relations

Chapter Fifteen

The Pacific Railway Act

The Homestead Act

The Purchase of Alaska

Pricing the Future: Grain

Chapter Sixteen

A History of the Sioux War and Massacre

The Testimony of Col. J. M. Chivington

The Treaty of Fort Laramie

First Report on the Battle of Little Big

      Horn

 

 

Table of Contents Separating Primary Sources from Secondary Works by Topical Areas

American Perspectives: Readings in American History, Volume I (to 1877), 6th Edition

 

 

 

Topical Area

Chapter

Primary Sources

Secondary Works

 

 

 

 

Political, Diplomatic, Military, and Economic History

Chap. 01

Treaty between Spain and

       Portugal concluded at

       Tordisillas

Alvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca’s

       Shipwreck off  the Texas

       Coast

Pedro de Castañeda de Nájera on

       The Search for the Seven

       Cities of Cíbola

Antoine Simon Le Page du Pratz

       Describes the French Conflict

       with the Natchez

The Mayflower Compact

The Maryland Toleration Act

Alvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca:

      Ragged Castaway

The Jamestown Fiasco

The Puritans and Sex

 

 

Chap. 04

The Paxton Riots

The Stamp Act Riots

The Boston Massacre

Association of the Sons of

      Liberty in New York

A Proclamation, by the King, for

       Suppressing Rebellion and

       Sedition

The Declaration of Independence

A “Most Undisciplined and

      Profligate Crew”

 

Chap. 05

The Articles of Confederation

Shays’s Rebellion

The United States Consitution

The Bill of Rights

The Witch and We, the People

The Shot Heard ‘Round the

      World

 

Chap. 06

The Whiskey Rebellion

Washington’s Proclamation of

       Neutrality

The Sedition Act

The 11th and 12th Amendments

An Act to Prohibit the

      Importation of Slaves

 

 

Chap. 07

Jeffersonian Foreign Policy and

      the War of 1812

James Madison’s Second

      Inaugural Address

The Missouri Enabling Act

The Monroe Doctrine

A Crucible of American Identity:

      The United States and the

       Barbary Kingdoms

 

Chap. 08

The South Carolina Exposition

      and Protest

Andrew Jackson’s First Inaugural

      Address

 

 

 

Chap. 12

Lincoln’s House Divided Speech

Address of John Brown to the

       Virginia Court

One Minute: The Caning of

       Charles Sumner

Reading Marx with Abraham

       Lincoln

Lincoln and the Abolitionists

 

Chap. 13

The Corwin Slavery Amendment

The Ordinances of Secession

Lincoln’s Letters to his Generals

The Emancipation Proclamation

The Gettysburg Address

Lincoln’s Second Inaugural

      Address

Climax of Early American

       Foreign Policy, 1850-1865

No Peace without Victory (1861-

       1865)

 

Chap. 14

The 13th, 14th, and 15th

     Amendments

The United States v. Anthony

Minor v. Hapersett

 

 

Chap. 15

The Pacific Railway Act

The Homestead Act

The Purchase of Alaska

Pricing the Future: Grain

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Cultural/Religious History

Chap. 01

The Maryland Toleration Act

Deodat Lawson Describes Events

      at Salem

The Puritans and Sex

Albion’s Seed: Four British

        Folkways in America

 

Chap. 02

Resolution of the Germantown

      Mennonites

George Whitefield Admonishes

      Southern Slaveholders

 

 

Chap. 04

 

Jonathan Edwards: A Great Deal

       of Noise about Religion

 

Chap. 06

Jefferson’s Notes on Virginia/the

      Danbury Baptists

 

 

 

Chap. 08

Conclusion for Part One of

       Democracy in America

The Jacksonian Character

 

Chap. 09

The American Scholar

The Birthmark

The Tell-Tale Heart

Excerpts from “On Civil Disobedience”

 

 

Chap. 10

Report of the Commissioners for

        U. of VA

Annual Reports MA Board of

        Education

Selections from McCuffey

        Readers

Dorothea Dix on Prisons

Crime in the City

A Marriage Under Protest

The Declaration of Sentiments

The Missouri Redress Petitions:

      A Reappraisal of the Mormon

      Persecutions in Missouri

The Second Great Awakening: A

      Christian Nation?

 

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Slavery, Abolitionism, and Race Relations

Chap. 02

New Netherland Act

       Emancipating Certain Slaves

Virginia Codes Regulating

      Servitude and Slavery

The Horrors of a Slave Ship

Venture Smith’s Account of

       Slavery and Freedom

The New York Slave Revolt

       (1712)

Louisiana’s Code Noir (1724)

Resolution of the Germantown

      Mennonites

George Whitefield Admonishes

      Southern Slaveholders

 

 

Chap. 06

Jefferson’s Notes on Virginia/the

       Danbury Baptists

An Act to Prohibit the

      Importation of Slaves

 

 

Chap. 11

The Louisiana Uprising (1811)

The Denmark Vesey Uprising

       (1822)

The Nat Turner Rebellion (1832)

The Texas Slave Insurrection

       (1860)

 

 

Chap. 12

David Walker’s Appeal

The Meaning of July Fourth for a

      Negro

Ain’t I a Woman?

An Anti-Abolition Riot in New

      York

The Murder of Elijah Lovejoy

Lincoln’s House Divided Speech

Address of John Brown to the

      Virginia Court

Lincoln and the Abolitionists

 

Chap. 13

The Corwin Slavery Amendment

The Ordinances of Secession

The Emancipation Proclamation

 

 

Chap. 14

The Mississippi Black Codes

The 13th, 14th, and 15th

       Amendments

A Letter to my Old Master

The Ku Klux Klan: Organization

       and Principles

Slaves No More

The Nadir of Race Relations

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Native Americans

Chap. 01

Alvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca’s

       Shipwreck off  the Texas

       Coast

Pedro de Castañeda de Nájera on

       the Search for the Seven

       Cities of Cíbola

Antoine Simon Le Page du Pratz

       Describes the French Conflict

       with the Natchez

Alvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca:

        Ragged Castaway

 

Chap. 03

Susannah Johnson Recalls her

       Captivity

Pontiac’s Speech to an Ottawa,

      Potawatomi, and Huron

      Audience

Native Reactions to the Invasion

       of America

 

Chap. 04

The Paxton Riots

 

 

Chap. 07

Tecumseh’s Address to the

       Osages

 

 

Chap. 08

The Cherokee Removal through

        the Eyes of a Private Soldier

Black Hawk’s Surrender Speech

 

 

Chap. 16

A History of the Sioux War and

       Massacre

The Testimony of Col. J. M.

       Chivington

The Treaty of Fort Laramie

First Report on the Battle of Little

       Big Horn

 

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Women’s History

Chap. 01

Deodat Lawson Describes Events

      at Salem

The Puritans and Sex

Albion’s Seed: Four British

       Folkways in America

 

Chap. 03

Susannah Johnson Recalls her

       Captivity

 

 

Chap. 05

 

The Witch and We, the People

 

Chap. 09

The Birthmark

 

 

Chap. 10

Dorothea Dix on Prisons

Crime in the City

A Marriage Under Protest

The Declaration of Sentiments

 

 

Chap. 12

Ain’t I a Woman?

 

 

Chap. 14

The United States v. Anthony

 

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Hispanic/Latino History

Chap. 01

Treaty between Spain and

       Portugal concluded at

       Tordisillas

Alvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca’s

       Shipwreck off  the Texas

       Coast

Pedro de Castañeda de Nájera on

       the Search for the Seven

       Cities of Cíbola

Alvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca:

      Ragged Castaway

 

Chap. 07

The Monroe Doctrine

 

 

Chap. 08

 

José Antonio Navarro, Elder

        Statesman

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