By Larry Larned
By Pamela Hallan-Gibson,Don Tryon,Mary Ellen Tryon
By Jennifer Morgan Williams
By Dr. John J. Agria,Mary A. Agria
By Mark Joy
This new Seminar examine surveys the background of U.S. territorial enlargement from the tip of the yank Revolution till 1860.
The e-book explores the concept that of 'manifest future' and asks why, if enlargement was once 'manifest', there has been such competition to nearly each expansionist incident. taking note of key issues usually missed - Indian elimination and the U.S. executive land revenues coverage, the ebook appears to be like at either 'foreign' enlargement equivalent to the Louisiana buy in 1803, and the battle with Mexico within the 1840s and 'internal' growth as American settlers moved west .
Finally, the ebook addresses the latest historiographical traits within the topic and asks how americans have handled the expansionist legacy.
By Philip Burnham
So faraway from Dixie is the gripping narrative background of 5 males who have been despatched to Elmira and survived to rfile their tales. Berry Benson promised that he could get away the criminal below honorable situations. Anthony Keiley charmed Union gurus into giving him a role at Elmira and later grew to become mayor of Richmond, Virginia. John King refused to construct coffins for his fellow prisoners. Marcus Toney disdained to take the Union oath of loyalty till lengthy after the conflict had ended. And Frank Wilkenson, a Union military volunteer simply fifteen years previous, continued an analogous humiliating punishments meted out to the prisoners he was once guarding.
By William Bernard Peach
By S. M. Senden
By Bevil Knapp,Danny Heitman
In the rolling hills of Louisiana’s Felicianas, under an hour north of Baton Rouge at the east financial institution of the Mississippi River, lies the ancient neighborhood of St. Francisville.
By Michael Newton