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History of the United States of America : from the discovery of the continent [to 1789], by George Bancroft

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History of the United States of America : from the discovery of the continent [to 1789]
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History of the United States of America
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from the discovery of the continent [to 1789]
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by George Bancroft
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eng
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This work examines the history of North American colonization and the United States from the thirteen colonies to 1789
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E178
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.B2276 1896
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non fiction
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History of the United States of America : from the discovery of the continent [to 1789], by George Bancroft
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"The author's last revision."
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Contents
  • volume 1. Early voyages, French settlements in America -- The Spaniards in Florida and on the Pacific coast -- The Spaniards in the Mississippi Valley -- The Spaniards hold Florida -- The English attempt colonization -- England plants a new nation in Virginia -- Virginia obtains civil liberty -- Slavery, dissolution of the London Company -- Restriction on colonial commerce -- Colonization of Maryland -- Prelates and Puritans -- The Pilgrims -- New England's plantation -- Self-government in Massachusetts -- The providence plantations -- Colonization of New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Connecticut -- The Prelates and Massachusetts -- The united colonies of New England -- The place of Puritanism in history -- The fall and restoration of the Stuarts -- The Navigation Acts -- Connecticut, Rhode Island and Charles II -- Massachusetts and Charles II -- New England its red men -- The overthrow of the charter of Massachusetts -- Shaftsbury and Locke legislate for Carolina -- Settlements in South Carolina -- Maryland after the restoration -- How the Stuarts reward the loyalty of Virginia -- The great rebellion in Virginia -- New Netherland -- New Netherland and New Sweden -- New Netherland, New Jersey, and New York -- The people called Quakers in the United States -- Pennsylvania -- Despotism of James II in the northern colonies -- The revolution of 1686 - The result so far
  • volume 2. The southern states after the revolution -- The middle states after the revolution -- New England after the revolution -- Parliament and the colonies -- The red men east of the Mississippi - The languages and manners of the red men -- Policy and religion of the red men -- The nature and origin of the red men -- Progress of France in North America -- The rivalry of France and Great Britain in America -- The war of the Spanish succession -- Of boundaries of British, French and Spanish colonies -- Progress of Louisiana -- Colonial administration under the house of Hanover -- The British salve-trade, colonization of Georgia -- War between Great Britain and Spain, 1739-1748 -- American claims legislative independence of England. Henry Perlham's administration 1748 -- The royal governor of New York appeals to the paramount power of Britain. Henry Perlham's administrations continued 1748-1749 -- The exploration of Ohio Henry Perlham's administration continued -- America refused to ruled by arbitrary instructions. Henry Perlham's administration continued 1751-1753 -- Franklin plans union for the American people. Henry Perlham's administration continued 1753-1754 -- The old thirteen colonies. Newcastle's administration 1754 -- The ministers are advised to tax America by act of Parliament Newcastle's administration 1754-1755 -- England and France contend for the Ohio Valley and for Acadia Newcastle's administration continued 1755 -- Great Britain unites America under military rule Newcastle's administration continued 1755-1756 -- The aristocracy without the people cannot govern England Newcastle's administration continued 1756-1757 -- The Whig aristocracy cannot conquer Canada. Anarchy in the administration 1757 -- The new Protestant and powers against the Catholic power of the Middle Age William Pitt's ministry 1757 -- Conquest of the valley of the West Pitt's ministry 1757-1758 -- The conquest of Canada Pitt's ministry continued 1759 -- Invasion of the valley of the Tennessee Pitt's ministry continued 1759-1760 -- Possession taken of the country on the lakes Pitt's ministry continued 1760 -- The king and the aristocracy against the Great commoner. George III drives out Pitt 1760-1761 -- The acts of trade provoke revolution. The remodeling of the colonial governments 1761-1762 -- The king drives ou the Newcastle Whings. The dawn of the new republic 1762-1763
  • volume 3. England As It Was In 1763. 1763 -- England And Its Dependencies. Ireland. 1763.-- Charles Townshend Pledges The Ministry Of Bute To Tax America By The British Parliament, And Resigns February-May l763 -- Pontiac's War Triumvirate Ministry. May-September 1763. Enforcement Of The Acts Of Navigation Grenville's Administration Continued. October 1763-April 1764 -- How America Received The Plan Of A Stamp-Tax Grenville's Administration Continued. April-December l764. -- The Twelfth Parliament Of Great Britain Passes The American Stamp-Tax Grenville's Administration Continued January-.April 1765. -- The Day-Star Of The American Union April-July 1765. -- The Battle Between The King And The Duke Of Bedford. April-July 1765 -- America Repels Its Stamp-Tax Administration Of Rockingham. August-September 1765 -- The Stamp Act Leads America To Union Administration Of Rookingham. October-December 1765. -- Has Parliament The Right To Tax America? Administration Of Rookingham December 1765-January 1766. -- William Pitt Intervenes. Rookingham's Administration Continued. January 1766. -- Parliament Affirms Its Right To Tax America Rookingham's Administration Continued The Third of February 1766. -- The Repeal Of The Stamp Act. Administration of Rookingham. February-May 1766. -- The Charter Of Massachusetts In Peril. The Fall Of The Rockingham Whigs. The Earl Of Chatham, May-October 1766. -- Charles Townshend Usurps The Lead In Government. Administration OF Chatham. October 1766-March 1767 -- Parliament Will Have An American Army And An American Revenue. Administration Of Grafton. March-July 1767. -- Coalition Of The King And The Aristocracy. July-November 1767. -- Massachusetts Consults Her Sister Colonies. Administration of Grafton. Hillsborough secretary for the colonies. November 1767-March 1768. -- Will Massachusetts Rescind? Administration Of Grafton. Hills Hillsborough Secretary For The Colonies. April-July 1768. -- Union Of Bedford And The King. The Regulators Of North Carolina. Hillsborough Secretary For The Colonies. July-September 1768. -- The Towns Of Massachusetts Meet In Convention. A Commonwealth In Louisiana. Hillsborough Secretary For The Colonies. September-October 1768. -- The King And Parliament Against The Town Of Boston. Hillsborough Secretary For The Colonies. October 1768-February 1769. -- Virginia Comes To The Aid Of Massachusetts. Grafton's administration. Hillsborough Colonial Minister. March-August 1769. -- Growth Of Republicanism In Louisiana, Kentucky, And Massachusetts. Lord North Forms An Administration. May 1769-January 1770. -- The Boston "Massacre." Lord North's Administration. January- March 1770. -- The King Violates The Charter Of Massachusetts. March-October 1770. -- The Origin Of Tennessee. October 1770-June 1771. -- Great Britain Centers In Itself Power Over Its Colonies. Hillsborough's Retirement. June 1771-August 1772. -- The Towns Of Massachusetts Hold Correspondence August 1772--January 1773. -- Virginia Consolidates Union, January--July 1773. -- The Boston Tea-Party, August-December 1773. -- Tile King In Council Insults Massachusetts And Its Agent. December 1773-February 1774. -- In Crisis February-May 1774
  • volume 4. America Sustains The Town Of Boston. May 1774. -- Preparations For A General Congress. June-August 1774. -- Massachusetts Defeats The Attempt Of The British Parliament To Change Its Charter. May-August 1774. -- The First American Congress. September-October 1774. -- How Britain began Catholic Emancipation, And How Virginia Nullified the Quebec act. October-November 1774. -- The Fourteenth Parliament Of Great Britain. October 1774-January 20, 1775 -- The King Declares Massachusetts In Rebellion. January-February 1775 -- The King Awaits News Of Success. March-May 1775 -- To Lexington And Conoord1 And Back To Boston. April 19, 1775. -- Effects Of The Day Of Lexington And Concord. The General Rising. .April-June 1775. -- The American Revolution Emanates From The People. May-July 1775. -- Massachusetts Asks For George Washington Ab Commander-In-Chief " May-June 17, 1775. -- The Army Round Boston. June 17-.August 1775. -- America Awaits The King's Decision. July-October 1775. -- Final Answer Of The King To America. August-December 1775. -- Final Answer Of Parliament To America.. October-December 1775. -- Annexation Of Canada. August-December 1775 -- Advancing Toward Independence. Last Months of 1775-March 1776 -- Acts Of Independence. February-April 1776. -- Britain Seeks Foreign Aid. 1775- 1776 -- America Seeks Foreign Aid. 1775- 1776 -- The British Recover Canada. North Carolina Declares For Independence. January-July 1776. -- How South Carolina Advanced To Independence. February-July 1776. -- Virginia Proclaims The Rights Of Man And Proposes Independence. May-June 1776. -- The People Of Every American Colony Demand Independence. June-July 1776 -- The Resolution And The Declaration Of Independence, From the First to the Fourth of July 1776
  • volume 5. Will The Thirteen United States Maintain Their Independence? July-August 1776. -- The Retreat From Long Island. August 1776. -- The Progress Of The Howes. August 30 to September 1776 -- Opinion In England. Border War In America. July-November 1776 -- White Plains. Fort Washington. October 1-Novemher 16, 1776. -- Washington's Retreat Through The Jerseys. November 17-December 13, 1776. -- Trenton. December 11-26, 1776 -- Assanpink And Princeton. December 26, 1776-January 1777. -- Preparations for the campaign of 1777. France, Holland, Spain, And England. December 1776-May 1777. -- The Opening Of The Campaign Of 1777. March- July 1777. -- The Advance Of Burgoyne From Canada. May-August 1777. -- Progress Of Sir William Howe And Burgoyne. July-October 20, 1777 -- The Contest For The Delaware River. The Confederation. September-November 1777. -- The Winter At Valley Forge. Britain In Want Of· Troops. November 1777 to April 1778. -- The Aspect Of Continental Europe. 1775-1781. -- France And The United States. December 1777 to April 1778. -- The British Abandon Pennsylvania.. May-June 1778. -- After The French Alliance. June-December 1778. -- The King Of Spain Baffled By The Backwoodsmen Of Virginia. 1778-1779 -- The Treaty Between France And Spain. Reforms in Virginia. Progress Of The War. 1779 -- America In Europe. The Armed Neutrality, 1778-1780. -- Great Britain Makes War On The Netherlands, 1780-1781. -- The War In The South. Clinton And Lincoln. 1778-1780 -- The War In The South. Cornwallis And Gates. 1780 -- The War In The South. Cornwallis And The People Of The South-West. 1780. -- The Rise Of Free Commonwealths. 1780. -- The Complot Of Sir Henry Clinton And Arnold. 1780 -- Striving For Union. 1779- 1781. -- France Has Urgent Need Of Peace. l780-1781 -- The Southern Campaign. The Separate Command Of Morgan. 1780-1781 -- The Southern Campaign Of Greene. February-September 1781 -- The Last Campaign Of The American War. 1781. -- Britain Is Weary Of War With America. January-June 1782 -- Shelburne strives sincerely for peace. July-August 1882 -- Peace Between Tile United States Of America And Great Britain. From September first to the end of November 1782
  • volume 6. A Retrospect, Movements Toward Union, 1643- 1781. -- The Struggle For Revenue. 1781-1782 -- America. And Great Britain. 1782-1783 -- America And Continental Europe. 1783. -- A Call On The Army To Interpose. January-:March 1783. -- The American Army And Its Chief. March 1783 -- Disbanding The Army. March-July 1783 -- How The Land Received The Legacy Of Washington. June-December 1783 -- Virginia Statesmen Lead Toward A Better Union. 1784. -- The West. 1784- 1785 -- The Regulation Of Commerce. The Fifth Congress. 1784-1785 -- Obstacles To Union Removed Or Quieted. 1783-1787 -- State Laws Impairing The Obligation Of Contracts Prove The Need Of An Overruling Union. Before May 1787 -- Congress Confesses Its Helplessness. 1783-1786 -- Virginia Invites Deputies Of The Several Legislatures Of The States To Meet In Convention. September 1786 to May 1787. -- The Constitution In Outline, 14 May to 13 June 1787. -- New Jersey Claims An Equal Representation Of The States. From the Fifteenth to the Nineteenth of June 1787 -- The Connecticut Compromise. From the Nineteenth of June to the Second of July 1787. -- The Adjustment Of Representation. From the Third to the Twenty-third of July 1787. -- The Outline Of The Constitution Completed And Referred. From the Seventeenth to the Twenty-seventh of July 1787. -- The Colonial System Of The United States. From January 1786 to July 1787 -- the Constitution In Detail. The Powers Of Congress. From the Sixth of August to the Tenth of September 1787. -- The Constitution In Detail. The Powers Of Congress,· Continued. From the Middle to the End of August 1787. -- The President July, August, and September 1787. -- The Federal Judiciary. August and September 1787. -- The Last Days Of The Convention. From the Twelfth to the Seventeenth of September 1787. -- The Constitution In Congress And In Virginia. September to November 1787. -- The Constitution In Pennsylvania1 Delaware1 And New Jersey and in Georgia. From 18 September 1787 to 2 January 1788. -- The Constitution In Connecticut And Massachusetts. From 26 September 1787 to 6 February 1788. -- The Constitution In New Hampshire, Maryland, And South Carolina, From February to the Twenty-third of May 1788. -- The Constitution In Virginia And In New Hampshire. From May 1785 to the Twenty-fifth of June 1788. -- The Constitution, 1787. -- The Lingering States, From 1787 to the Second of August 1788. -- The Federal Government Of The United States. From 1788 to the Fifth of May 1789
Control code
6366545
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
6 volumes
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Note
  • Library's volume 3, copy 1 (Main): Withdrawn.
  • Library's copy 2 (Special Collect).
System control number
(OCoLC)6366545
Label
History of the United States of America : from the discovery of the continent [to 1789], by George Bancroft
Publication
Copyright
Note
"The author's last revision."
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volume
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nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • volume 1. Early voyages, French settlements in America -- The Spaniards in Florida and on the Pacific coast -- The Spaniards in the Mississippi Valley -- The Spaniards hold Florida -- The English attempt colonization -- England plants a new nation in Virginia -- Virginia obtains civil liberty -- Slavery, dissolution of the London Company -- Restriction on colonial commerce -- Colonization of Maryland -- Prelates and Puritans -- The Pilgrims -- New England's plantation -- Self-government in Massachusetts -- The providence plantations -- Colonization of New Hampshire, Rhode Island, and Connecticut -- The Prelates and Massachusetts -- The united colonies of New England -- The place of Puritanism in history -- The fall and restoration of the Stuarts -- The Navigation Acts -- Connecticut, Rhode Island and Charles II -- Massachusetts and Charles II -- New England its red men -- The overthrow of the charter of Massachusetts -- Shaftsbury and Locke legislate for Carolina -- Settlements in South Carolina -- Maryland after the restoration -- How the Stuarts reward the loyalty of Virginia -- The great rebellion in Virginia -- New Netherland -- New Netherland and New Sweden -- New Netherland, New Jersey, and New York -- The people called Quakers in the United States -- Pennsylvania -- Despotism of James II in the northern colonies -- The revolution of 1686 - The result so far
  • volume 2. The southern states after the revolution -- The middle states after the revolution -- New England after the revolution -- Parliament and the colonies -- The red men east of the Mississippi - The languages and manners of the red men -- Policy and religion of the red men -- The nature and origin of the red men -- Progress of France in North America -- The rivalry of France and Great Britain in America -- The war of the Spanish succession -- Of boundaries of British, French and Spanish colonies -- Progress of Louisiana -- Colonial administration under the house of Hanover -- The British salve-trade, colonization of Georgia -- War between Great Britain and Spain, 1739-1748 -- American claims legislative independence of England. Henry Perlham's administration 1748 -- The royal governor of New York appeals to the paramount power of Britain. Henry Perlham's administrations continued 1748-1749 -- The exploration of Ohio Henry Perlham's administration continued -- America refused to ruled by arbitrary instructions. Henry Perlham's administration continued 1751-1753 -- Franklin plans union for the American people. Henry Perlham's administration continued 1753-1754 -- The old thirteen colonies. Newcastle's administration 1754 -- The ministers are advised to tax America by act of Parliament Newcastle's administration 1754-1755 -- England and France contend for the Ohio Valley and for Acadia Newcastle's administration continued 1755 -- Great Britain unites America under military rule Newcastle's administration continued 1755-1756 -- The aristocracy without the people cannot govern England Newcastle's administration continued 1756-1757 -- The Whig aristocracy cannot conquer Canada. Anarchy in the administration 1757 -- The new Protestant and powers against the Catholic power of the Middle Age William Pitt's ministry 1757 -- Conquest of the valley of the West Pitt's ministry 1757-1758 -- The conquest of Canada Pitt's ministry continued 1759 -- Invasion of the valley of the Tennessee Pitt's ministry continued 1759-1760 -- Possession taken of the country on the lakes Pitt's ministry continued 1760 -- The king and the aristocracy against the Great commoner. George III drives out Pitt 1760-1761 -- The acts of trade provoke revolution. The remodeling of the colonial governments 1761-1762 -- The king drives ou the Newcastle Whings. The dawn of the new republic 1762-1763
  • volume 3. England As It Was In 1763. 1763 -- England And Its Dependencies. Ireland. 1763.-- Charles Townshend Pledges The Ministry Of Bute To Tax America By The British Parliament, And Resigns February-May l763 -- Pontiac's War Triumvirate Ministry. May-September 1763. Enforcement Of The Acts Of Navigation Grenville's Administration Continued. October 1763-April 1764 -- How America Received The Plan Of A Stamp-Tax Grenville's Administration Continued. April-December l764. -- The Twelfth Parliament Of Great Britain Passes The American Stamp-Tax Grenville's Administration Continued January-.April 1765. -- The Day-Star Of The American Union April-July 1765. -- The Battle Between The King And The Duke Of Bedford. April-July 1765 -- America Repels Its Stamp-Tax Administration Of Rockingham. August-September 1765 -- The Stamp Act Leads America To Union Administration Of Rookingham. October-December 1765. -- Has Parliament The Right To Tax America? Administration Of Rookingham December 1765-January 1766. -- William Pitt Intervenes. Rookingham's Administration Continued. January 1766. -- Parliament Affirms Its Right To Tax America Rookingham's Administration Continued The Third of February 1766. -- The Repeal Of The Stamp Act. Administration of Rookingham. February-May 1766. -- The Charter Of Massachusetts In Peril. The Fall Of The Rockingham Whigs. The Earl Of Chatham, May-October 1766. -- Charles Townshend Usurps The Lead In Government. Administration OF Chatham. October 1766-March 1767 -- Parliament Will Have An American Army And An American Revenue. Administration Of Grafton. March-July 1767. -- Coalition Of The King And The Aristocracy. July-November 1767. -- Massachusetts Consults Her Sister Colonies. Administration of Grafton. Hillsborough secretary for the colonies. November 1767-March 1768. -- Will Massachusetts Rescind? Administration Of Grafton. Hills Hillsborough Secretary For The Colonies. April-July 1768. -- Union Of Bedford And The King. The Regulators Of North Carolina. Hillsborough Secretary For The Colonies. July-September 1768. -- The Towns Of Massachusetts Meet In Convention. A Commonwealth In Louisiana. Hillsborough Secretary For The Colonies. September-October 1768. -- The King And Parliament Against The Town Of Boston. Hillsborough Secretary For The Colonies. October 1768-February 1769. -- Virginia Comes To The Aid Of Massachusetts. Grafton's administration. Hillsborough Colonial Minister. March-August 1769. -- Growth Of Republicanism In Louisiana, Kentucky, And Massachusetts. Lord North Forms An Administration. May 1769-January 1770. -- The Boston "Massacre." Lord North's Administration. January- March 1770. -- The King Violates The Charter Of Massachusetts. March-October 1770. -- The Origin Of Tennessee. October 1770-June 1771. -- Great Britain Centers In Itself Power Over Its Colonies. Hillsborough's Retirement. June 1771-August 1772. -- The Towns Of Massachusetts Hold Correspondence August 1772--January 1773. -- Virginia Consolidates Union, January--July 1773. -- The Boston Tea-Party, August-December 1773. -- Tile King In Council Insults Massachusetts And Its Agent. December 1773-February 1774. -- In Crisis February-May 1774
  • volume 4. America Sustains The Town Of Boston. May 1774. -- Preparations For A General Congress. June-August 1774. -- Massachusetts Defeats The Attempt Of The British Parliament To Change Its Charter. May-August 1774. -- The First American Congress. September-October 1774. -- How Britain began Catholic Emancipation, And How Virginia Nullified the Quebec act. October-November 1774. -- The Fourteenth Parliament Of Great Britain. October 1774-January 20, 1775 -- The King Declares Massachusetts In Rebellion. January-February 1775 -- The King Awaits News Of Success. March-May 1775 -- To Lexington And Conoord1 And Back To Boston. April 19, 1775. -- Effects Of The Day Of Lexington And Concord. The General Rising. .April-June 1775. -- The American Revolution Emanates From The People. May-July 1775. -- Massachusetts Asks For George Washington Ab Commander-In-Chief " May-June 17, 1775. -- The Army Round Boston. June 17-.August 1775. -- America Awaits The King's Decision. July-October 1775. -- Final Answer Of The King To America. August-December 1775. -- Final Answer Of Parliament To America.. October-December 1775. -- Annexation Of Canada. August-December 1775 -- Advancing Toward Independence. Last Months of 1775-March 1776 -- Acts Of Independence. February-April 1776. -- Britain Seeks Foreign Aid. 1775- 1776 -- America Seeks Foreign Aid. 1775- 1776 -- The British Recover Canada. North Carolina Declares For Independence. January-July 1776. -- How South Carolina Advanced To Independence. February-July 1776. -- Virginia Proclaims The Rights Of Man And Proposes Independence. May-June 1776. -- The People Of Every American Colony Demand Independence. June-July 1776 -- The Resolution And The Declaration Of Independence, From the First to the Fourth of July 1776
  • volume 5. Will The Thirteen United States Maintain Their Independence? July-August 1776. -- The Retreat From Long Island. August 1776. -- The Progress Of The Howes. August 30 to September 1776 -- Opinion In England. Border War In America. July-November 1776 -- White Plains. Fort Washington. October 1-Novemher 16, 1776. -- Washington's Retreat Through The Jerseys. November 17-December 13, 1776. -- Trenton. December 11-26, 1776 -- Assanpink And Princeton. December 26, 1776-January 1777. -- Preparations for the campaign of 1777. France, Holland, Spain, And England. December 1776-May 1777. -- The Opening Of The Campaign Of 1777. March- July 1777. -- The Advance Of Burgoyne From Canada. May-August 1777. -- Progress Of Sir William Howe And Burgoyne. July-October 20, 1777 -- The Contest For The Delaware River. The Confederation. September-November 1777. -- The Winter At Valley Forge. Britain In Want Of· Troops. November 1777 to April 1778. -- The Aspect Of Continental Europe. 1775-1781. -- France And The United States. December 1777 to April 1778. -- The British Abandon Pennsylvania.. May-June 1778. -- After The French Alliance. June-December 1778. -- The King Of Spain Baffled By The Backwoodsmen Of Virginia. 1778-1779 -- The Treaty Between France And Spain. Reforms in Virginia. Progress Of The War. 1779 -- America In Europe. The Armed Neutrality, 1778-1780. -- Great Britain Makes War On The Netherlands, 1780-1781. -- The War In The South. Clinton And Lincoln. 1778-1780 -- The War In The South. Cornwallis And Gates. 1780 -- The War In The South. Cornwallis And The People Of The South-West. 1780. -- The Rise Of Free Commonwealths. 1780. -- The Complot Of Sir Henry Clinton And Arnold. 1780 -- Striving For Union. 1779- 1781. -- France Has Urgent Need Of Peace. l780-1781 -- The Southern Campaign. The Separate Command Of Morgan. 1780-1781 -- The Southern Campaign Of Greene. February-September 1781 -- The Last Campaign Of The American War. 1781. -- Britain Is Weary Of War With America. January-June 1782 -- Shelburne strives sincerely for peace. July-August 1882 -- Peace Between Tile United States Of America And Great Britain. From September first to the end of November 1782
  • volume 6. A Retrospect, Movements Toward Union, 1643- 1781. -- The Struggle For Revenue. 1781-1782 -- America. And Great Britain. 1782-1783 -- America And Continental Europe. 1783. -- A Call On The Army To Interpose. January-:March 1783. -- The American Army And Its Chief. March 1783 -- Disbanding The Army. March-July 1783 -- How The Land Received The Legacy Of Washington. June-December 1783 -- Virginia Statesmen Lead Toward A Better Union. 1784. -- The West. 1784- 1785 -- The Regulation Of Commerce. The Fifth Congress. 1784-1785 -- Obstacles To Union Removed Or Quieted. 1783-1787 -- State Laws Impairing The Obligation Of Contracts Prove The Need Of An Overruling Union. Before May 1787 -- Congress Confesses Its Helplessness. 1783-1786 -- Virginia Invites Deputies Of The Several Legislatures Of The States To Meet In Convention. September 1786 to May 1787. -- The Constitution In Outline, 14 May to 13 June 1787. -- New Jersey Claims An Equal Representation Of The States. From the Fifteenth to the Nineteenth of June 1787 -- The Connecticut Compromise. From the Nineteenth of June to the Second of July 1787. -- The Adjustment Of Representation. From the Third to the Twenty-third of July 1787. -- The Outline Of The Constitution Completed And Referred. From the Seventeenth to the Twenty-seventh of July 1787. -- The Colonial System Of The United States. From January 1786 to July 1787 -- the Constitution In Detail. The Powers Of Congress. From the Sixth of August to the Tenth of September 1787. -- The Constitution In Detail. The Powers Of Congress,· Continued. From the Middle to the End of August 1787. -- The President July, August, and September 1787. -- The Federal Judiciary. August and September 1787. -- The Last Days Of The Convention. From the Twelfth to the Seventeenth of September 1787. -- The Constitution In Congress And In Virginia. September to November 1787. -- The Constitution In Pennsylvania1 Delaware1 And New Jersey and in Georgia. From 18 September 1787 to 2 January 1788. -- The Constitution In Connecticut And Massachusetts. From 26 September 1787 to 6 February 1788. -- The Constitution In New Hampshire, Maryland, And South Carolina, From February to the Twenty-third of May 1788. -- The Constitution In Virginia And In New Hampshire. From May 1785 to the Twenty-fifth of June 1788. -- The Constitution, 1787. -- The Lingering States, From 1787 to the Second of August 1788. -- The Federal Government Of The United States. From 1788 to the Fifth of May 1789
Control code
6366545
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
6 volumes
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Note
  • Library's volume 3, copy 1 (Main): Withdrawn.
  • Library's copy 2 (Special Collect).
System control number
(OCoLC)6366545

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