The Early American Republic

The Early American Republic

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With voices ranging from those of presidents to slaves, from both men and women, and from Native Americans and white settlers, this book tells the story of the first half-century of the United States. Provides students with over 50 essential documents from the Early Republic: the first five decades of the USA Includes lesser-known documents, for example Thomas Jefferson?s rules for ?republican etiquette? Incorporates eyewitness testimony from major historical figures, alongside that of ordinary people from the period Includes an introduction, document headnotes and questions at the end of each chapter designed to encourage students to engage with the material criticallyHe is unwilling to submit to the laws of the States and mingle with their population . ... in western Georgia, owned African-American slaves, and was among the principal architects of the American-inspired Cherokee Constitution. ... in various federal treaties and outline their opposition to the State of Georgiaa#39;s continued confiscation of their lands. Washington, Browns Hotel, 12th March 1834 Honored Sir: The relations of peace and friendship so happily and so long established betweenanbsp;...

Title:The Early American Republic
Author: Sean Patrick Adams
Publisher:John Wiley & Sons - 2008-10-20

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