The Long Road to Change: America’s Revolution, 1750-1820

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University of Toronto Press, Higher Education Division #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Nellis argues that the revolution was still being shaped as late as 1820 and that many racial, economic, territorial, and constitutional issues were submerged in the growth of the republic and the enthusiasm of the population. In addressing the nature of the revolution, Nellis suggests that the American Revolution and American political systems and principles are unique and much less suited for export than many Americans believe.

. Breaking from traditional historical interpretations of the period, Eric Nellis takes a long view of the origins and consequences of the Revolution and asserts that the Revolution was not, as others have argued, generated by a well-developed desire for independence, but rather by a series of shifts in British imperial policies after 1750.

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An Empire of Regions: A Brief History of Colonial British America

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University of Toronto Press, Higher Education Division #ad - This absorbing and compelling narrative will captivate both newcomers to and enthusiasts of American history. There is considerable discussion of social conditions and of the British background to the colonies' development. Extensive treatment of slavery, while detailed maps illustrate colony boundaries, the slave trade, and native populations is provided, settlement growth, and the impact of the Proclamation Line.

Used book in Good Condition. An empire of regions is a refreshing interpretation of British American history that demonstrates how the thirteen British mainland colonies grew to function as self-governing entities in distinct regional clusters. In lucid prose, eric nellis invites readers to explore the circumstances leading to the colonies' collective defense of their individual interests, and to reevaluate the founding principles of the United States.

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Slavery's Constitution: From Revolution to Ratification

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Hill and Wang #ad - Famously, the Constitution never mentions slavery. Five other clauses had implications for slavery that were considered and debated by the delegates to the 1787 Constitutional Convention and the citizens of the states during ratification. Taking on decades of received wisdom, David Waldstreicher has written the first book to recognize slavery's place at the heart of the U.

S. And yet, of its eighty-four clauses, six were directly concerned with slaves and the interests of their owners. Slavery was as important to the making of the Constitution as the Constitution was to the survival of slavery. By tracing slavery from before the revolution, through the constitution's framing, and into the public debate that followed, Waldstreicher rigorously shows that slavery was not only actively discussed behind the closed and locked doors of the Constitutional Convention, but that it was also deftly woven into the Constitution itself.

Constitution. For one thing, and since the document set the stage for a national economy, slavery was central to the American economy, the Constitution could not avoid having implications for slavery. This "peculiar institution" was not a moral blind spot for America's otherwise enlightened framers, nor was it the expression of a mere economic interest.

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The Minutemen and Their World American Century

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Hill and Wang #ad - Winner of the bancroft prize the minutemen and their World, first published in 1976, is reissued now in a twenty-fifth anniversary edition with a new Foreword by Alan Taylor and a new Afterword by the author. On april 19, 1775, the american revolution began at the Old North Bridge in Concord, Massachusetts.

. Used book in Good Condition. The town--future home to emerson, thoreau, intellectual freedom, and Hawthorne--soon came to symbolize devotion to liberty, and the stubborn integrity of rural life. In the minutemen and their world, robert gross has written a remarkably subtle and detailed reconstruction of the lives and community of this special place, and a compelling interpretation of the American Revolution as a social movement.

The Minutemen and Their World American Century #ad - Used book in Good Condition. The "shot heard round the world" catapulted this sleepy New England town into the midst of revolutionary fervor, and Concord went on to become the intellectual capital of the new republic.

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A Revolutionary People At War: The Continental Army and American Character, 1775-1783

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Omohundro Institute and University of North Carolina Press #ad - He ranges imaginatively outside the traditional techniques of analytical historical exposition to build his portrait of how individuals and a populace at large faced the Revolution and its implications. Used book in Good Condition. In this highly acclaimed book, Charles Royster explores the mental processes and emotional crises that Americans faced in their first national war.

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Liberty's Exiles: American Loyalists in the Revolutionary World

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Vintage #ad - This surprising new account of the founding of the united states and the shaping of the post-revolutionary world traces extraordinary journeys like the one of Elizabeth Johnston, a young mother from Georgia, questing for a home; black loyalists such as David George, who escaped from slavery in Virginia and went on to found Baptist congregations in Nova Scotia and Sierra Leone; and Mohawk Indian leader Joseph Brant, who led her growing family to Britain, and Canada, Jamaica, who tried to find autonomy for his people in Ontario.

National book critics circle award winnerthis groundbreaking book offers the first global history of the loyalist exodus to Canada, India, the Caribbean, Sierra Leone, and beyond. At the end of the american revolution, sixty thousand Americans loyal to the British cause fled the United States and became refugees throughout the British Empire.

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The Glorious Cause: The American Revolution, 1763-1789 Oxford History of the United States

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Oxford University Press #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Vann woodward and richard Hofstadter, and now under the editorship of David M. Kennedy, cultural, this renowned series blends social, political, economic, diplomatic, and military history into coherent and vividly written narrative. The series includes three pulitzer Prize winners, a New York Times bestseller, and winners of the Bancroft and Parkman Prizes.

Common soldiers and great generals, Sons of Liberty and African slaves, town committee men and representatives in congress all receive their due. Here is an equally glorious narrative of an event that changed the world, capturing the profound and passionate struggle to found a free nation. The oxford history of the united StatesThe Oxford History of the United States is the most respected multi volume history of our nation.

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Common Sense Dover Thrift Editions

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Dover Publications, Incorporated #ad - Used book in Good Condition. It immediately found a receptive audience, heartened Washington's despondent army, and foreshadowed much of the phrasing and substance of the Declaration of Independence. Among the most influential authors and reformers of his age, Thomas Paine 1737–1809 was born in England but went on to play an important role in both the American and French Revolutions.

Credited by george washington as having changed the minds of many of his countrymen, the document sold over 500, 000 copies within a few months. On january 10, he published his pamphlet Common Sense, 1776, a persuasive argument for the colonies' political and economic separation from Britain. A selection of the Common Core State Standards Initiative.

The glorious cause: the american Revolution, 1763-1789 Oxford History of the United States. Designed to ignite public opinion against autocratic rule, the pamphlet offered a careful balance between imagination and judgment, and appropriate language and expression to fit the subject. Today, common sense remains a landmark document in the struggle for freedom, distinguished not only by Paine's ideas but also by its clear and passionate presentation.

Common Sense Dover Thrift Editions #ad - Used book in Good Condition. In 1774, he emigrated to america where, for a time, he helped to edit the Pennsylvania Magazine. Common sense cites the evils of monarchy, accuses the British government of inflicting economic and social injustices upon the colonies, and points to the absurdity of an island attempting to rule a continent.

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Independence Lost: Lives on the Edge of the American Revolution

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Random House Trade Paperbacks #ad - Independence Lost will knock your socks off. Fenn, pulitzer prize–winning author of Encounters at the Heart of the World Used book in Good Condition. Random House Inc. Duval introduces us to the mobile slave petit jean, who organized militias to fight the british at sea; the chickasaw diplomat payamataha, who worked to keep his people out of war; New Orleans merchant Oliver Pollock and his wife, Margaret O’Brien Pollock, who spent a lifetime in conflict with the British; and Scottish loyalists James and Isabella Bruce, who fought to protect indigenous interests from European imperial encroachment; the Cajun refugee Amand Broussard, who risked their own wealth to organize funds and garner Spanish support for the American Revolution; the half-Scottish-Creek leader Alexander McGillivray, whose work on behalf of the British Empire placed them in grave danger.

To read this book is to see that the task of recovering the entire American Revolution has barely begun. The new york times book Review   “A richly documented and compelling account. The wall street journal   “a remarkable, necessary—and entirely new—book about the American Revolution. The daily beast   “a completely new take on the American Revolution, double-dealing, rife with pathos, and intrigue.

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A Respectable Army: The Military Origins of the Republic, 1763-1789 The American History Series

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Wiley-Blackwell #ad - Used book in Good Condition. Written by two experts in the field of early U. S. U. S. Random House Inc. Used book in Good Condition. Wiley-Blackwell. The glorious cause: the american Revolution, 1763-1789 Oxford History of the United States. History includes fully updated coverage of the military, and cultural history of the Revolution Features maps, political, illustrations, a Note on Revolutionary War History and Historiography, social, and a fully revamped Bibliographical Essay Fully established as an essential resource for courses ranging from A.

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King Lear First Edition Norton Critical Editions

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W. W. Norton & Company #ad - Foakes, among others. Wiley-Blackwell. This norton critical edition is based on the Folio text of King Lear carefully corrected prior to its printing in 1623. Used book in Good Condition. Random House Inc. Sources” helps readers navigate king lear’s rich history and includes the nine essential primary sources from which Shakespeare borrowed significantly in creating his play, along with two additional likely sources.

Criticism”provides thirteen major critical interpretations and three provocative adaptations and responses to King Lear. Used book in Good Condition. Used book in Good Condition. The editor has interpolated the best-known and most-often discussed passages from Quarto I including the “mock-trial” scene as is fully explained in both “A Note on the Text” and the annotations that accompany the play.

King Lear First Edition Norton Critical Editions #ad - A selected Bibliography is also included. A. Boose, janet Adelman, and R. The adaptations and responses are by Nahum Tate, John Keats, and Edward Bond. Critical interpretation is provided by Samuel Johnson, Michael Warren, Peter Brook, Charles Lamb, Lynda E. The glorious cause: the american Revolution, 1763-1789 Oxford History of the United States.

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