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American history firsthand : working with primary sources Vol. 2 Since 1865

Author: Peter J Frederick; Julie Roy Jeffrey
Publisher: New York [u.a.] Pearson/Longman 2008
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 2. ed
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Peter J Frederick; Julie Roy Jeffrey
ISBN: 020555993X 9780205559930
OCLC Number: 254217490
Description: VII, 5 S., 282 Bl.
Contents: Archive Twelve: Reconstruction: Clashing Dreams and Realities, 1865-1868 12.1 Painting, The Armed Slave, by William Spang, about 1865 12.2 Confederate song, "I'm a Good Old Rebel," by R. B. Buckley, 1866 12.3 Legal form for the restoration of confiscated property held by the Freedmen's Bureau, South Carolina Freedmen's Bureau records 12.4 Black Codes [Laws] of Mississippi, 1865 12.5a Legal contract between Alonzo T. Mial and 27 freed laborers, 1866 12.5b Affidavit of ex-slave Enoch Braston, enclosed in letter from Chaplain L. S. Livermore to Lt. Col. R. S. Donaldson, January 10, 1866 12.5c Freedmen's School, 1866, appearing in Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, September 22, 1866 12.5d Broadside, The Freedman's Bureau, 1866 12.6 Letter from James A. Payne to stepdaughter Katherine F. Sterrett, September 1, 1867 12.7 Letter from a Mississippi black soldier, Calvin Holly, to Major General O. O. Howard, December 16, 1865 12.8 Letter from ex-slave Hawkins Wilson to Jane Wilson, May 11, 1867 12.9 Cartoon, "This Is a White Man's Government," by Thomas Nast, Harper's Weekly, vol. 12, September 5, 1868 Archive Thirteen: 13.1 Treaty of Fort Laramie between the United States and the Sioux (Lakota), 1868 13.3a Indian pictograph of heroic exploits, on buffalo hide, northern Plains, probably Cheyenne 13.3b Yanktonai Sioux pictograph, Winter Count, 1890-1891 13.3c Pictographic account of the Battle of Little Bighorn by the Miniconjou Lakota Sioux Chief Red Horse, June 25-26 13.4a Camping with the Sioux, Fieldwork Diary of Alice Cunningham Fletcher, September 24, and October 5, 1881 13.4b Act of Congress, the General Allotment Act (Dawes Act), 1887 13.4c Map platting, Indian Allotments on the Rosebud Reservation, 1903 13.4d Legal allotment certificate for William Shakespeare (War Bonnet), Shoshone Agency, 1904 13.5a Autobiographical narrative by Luther Standing Bear on his first days at the Carlisle (Pennsylvania) Indian School 13.5b Photograph of Chief Standing Bear the elder visiting his son at Carlisle, in Luther Standing Bear 13.6 Autobiographical narrative by Zitkala-Sa on her first days at boarding school in Indiana, in Zitkala-Sa 13.7a Photograph of young Sioux at Carlisle boarding school, 1879 13.7b Photograph of the first graduating class at Carlisle boarding school, 1889 13.7c Photograph of four generations of the Two Strike family, by John A. Anderson, about 1906 13.8a Indian pictograph by Wo-Haw, The Buffalo Who Wouldn't Die 13.8b Indian pictograph by Wo-Haw, Skinning a Buffalo 13.8c Indian pictograph by Wo-Haw, Classroom at Fort Marion Archive Fourteen: American Imperialism: War with the Philippines 14.1a Poem by 1st Colorado volunteer soldier praising his Filipina girlfriend, "Colorado Soldier's DELF," Denver Post, undated, author unknown 14.1b Description of warfare by 1st Colorado Infantry Regiment volunteer Guy Sims, TMs, Wauneta, Nebraska, 1941 14.2 Letter from Private Carl Larsen, 1st Colorado volunteer, to "Dear Friend," February 25, 1899 14.3 Magazine dispatch filed August 30, 1898, by John Bass, in Harper's Weekly 14.4 Speech/essay by Theodore Roosevelt, "The Strenuous Life" 14.5 Congressional speeches on imperialism, by Senator Albert Beveridge (Indiana) and Senator George Hoar (Massachusetts), United States Senate, January 9, 1900 14.6 Speech by President William McKinley 14.7a Poem by Rudyard Kipling, "The White Man's Burden,"1899 14.7b Poem by Ernest Howard Crosby, "The Real 'White Man's Burden'," 1899 14.8a Platform of the American Anti-Imperialist League, October 18, 1899 14.8b Speech on imperialism by Senator George F. Hoar (Massachusetts), United States Senate, January 9, 1899 14.9a Cartoon in magazine, "The Spanish Brute Adds Mutilation to Murder," by Grant Hamilton, in Judge, July 9, 1898 14.9b Cartoon in magazine, "Is He to Be a Despot?" artist unknown, 1899 14.10 Essay by Mark Twain, "To the Person Sitting in Darkness," February 1901 Archive Fifteen: Confronting the Problems of Urban, Industrial America 15.1 Magazine article on the changing character of immigration, by Kate Claghorn (1900-1901) 15.2a Cartoon of the party boss, undated, artist unknown. 15.2b Songs by Samuel "Golden Rule" Jones, in Samuel M. Jones, Jr. (1899-1901) 15.3a Movie poster for The Jungle, 1913. 15.3b Movie poster for The Jungle, 1913. 15.4a Photograph by Jacob Riis, Finishing Pants 15.4b Photograph by Lewis Hines, Henry McShane, 1908. 15.4c Photograph by Lewis Hines, Annie Fedele, 1912 15.5 Extract from magazine article on "Our Poorer Brother," by Theodore Roosevelt, 1897 15.6 W. E. B. DuBois's "The Seventh Ward of Philadelphia," 1899 15.7 Settlement house records on Margaret Mitchell's neighborhood visits, around January 1907 15.8 Settlement house records on Margaret Mitchell's neighborhood visits, August 1907 15.9 Settlement house records on Margaret Mitchell's neighborhood visits, October 1907 15.10 Settlement house records on Margaret Mitchell's neighborhood visits, November 2, 1907 and January 17, 1908 Archive Sixteen: The Americans' Experience in the Great War 16.1 Sheet music, "I Didn't Raise My Boy to Be a Soldier," by Al Piantadosi and Alfred Bryan, 1915 16.2 President Wilson's war message to Congress, 1917 16.3 War poster, "True Sons of Freedom," 1918, by Charles Gustrine 16.4 Sheet music, "Good Bye Alexander," 1918, by Creamer and Layton 16.5 Journal entries of James C. Adell, 1917-1918 16.6 Army Intelligence Test, ALPHA, Form 5, Test 8, 1921 16.7 A report on a German-American family, undated and unsigned, probably around April 17, 1918, by Clayton Ely Emig 16.8 Letters from Rufus Ullman to his family, May 13 and August 31, 1918 16.9 Journal entries of Dudley J. Hard, 1918 16.10 Form letter from John J. Pershing, February 28, 1919 Archive Seventeen: The Emergence of Modernism Between the Wars 17.1 Book excerpt on women and consumption, Christine Frederick, Selling Mrs. Consumer, 1929 17.2a Advertisement for a Dodge sedan, Ladies' Home Journal, December 1922 17.2b Advertisement for a Cadillac, Good Housekeeping, February 1926 17.2c Advertisement for Listerine, Good Housekeeping, February 1926 17.2d Advertisement for Sellers kitchen cabinets, Good Housekeeping, February 1926 17.2e Advertisement for Lifebuoy soap, Ladies' Home Journal, October 1935 17.3 Magazine article on worldliness, John Roach Straton, "How Rationalism in the Pulpit Makes Worldliness in the Pew," Moody Bible Institute Monthly, January 1923 17.4 The "Creed of Klanswomen," 1924. The Kluxer, March 8, 1924, p. 20. 17.5 A criticism of prohibition, in Fabian Franklin, What Prohibition Has Done to America,1922 17.6 Foreword from The New Negro, 1925 17.7 Photograph by James VanDerZee, Couple in Raccoon Coats, 1932 17.8 Two poems by Langston Hughes, Langston Hughes, The Weary Blues (New York: Knopf, 1926), "Proem" and "Epilogue" Archive Eighteen: Rural America During the New Deal 18.1 Radio broadcast by Henry A. Wallace, May 13, 1933 18.2 Printed handbill for a mass meeting of North Dakota farmers, July 30, 1933 18.3 Report on drought conditions in western Kansas, April 1935 18.4 An Open Letter to Rex Tugwell, 1939 18.5 Newsreel transcript, "The Land of Cotton," Partial transcript from March of Time newsreel August 1936 18.6 An examination of the plight of sharecroppers, 1936 18.7 Letter from Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hannon to Eleanor Roosevelt, 1939 18.8a Photograph by Dorothea Lange, The Trek of Bums, February 1936 18.8b Photograph by Dorothea Lange, Dispossessed Arkansas Farmers, 1935 18.8c Photograph by Dorothea Lange of Oklahoma Dust Bowl Refugees, June 1935 18.9 An attack on New Deal farm policies, 1936 18.10 Radio broadcast of President Roosevelt's fireside chat, September 6, 1936 Archive Nineteen: "The Good War": A Diverse Nation in World War II 19.1 Transcript of interview with Bob Barker, January or February, 1942 19.2 Magazine illustrations depicting the Four Freedoms, 1943, by Norman Rockwell 19.3a War poster, United We Win, 1943 19.3b War poster, Above and Beyond the Call of Duty, undated, by David Stone Martin 19.3c War poster, Man the Guns-Join the Navy, 1942, by McClelland Barclay 19.3d War poster, You Talk of Sacrifice, undated, produced by Winchester 19.4 March on Washington flier, 1941 19.5 Oral interview with Robert Rasmus, in Studs Terkel, "The Good War": An Oral History of World War II, 1984 19.6 Oral interview with Timuel Black, in Studs Terkel, "The Good War": An Oral History of World War II, 1984 19.7 Photograph of the Buss family, 1942. 19.8 Oral interview with Peggy Terry, in Studs Terkel, "The Good War": An Oral History of World War II, 1984 19.9 Photograph of women working on the fuselage of a bomber aircraft during WWII, October 1942 19.10a Photograph of Japanese internment camp meal line, June 12, 1942 19.10b Poem about a relocation camp, undated, author unknown 19.11 Oral interview with Peter Ota, in Studs Terkel, "The Good War": An Oral History of World War II, 1984 19.12 Illustration picturing the postwar world, 1943 Archive Twenty: Social and Cultural Life in a Mass Society 20.1 C. Wright Mills's analysis of mass media, 1963 20.2 Cookbook excerpts, 1948 20.3 An account of the birth of McDonald's1977 20.4b Magazine advertisement for International Harvester trucks picturing an American family June 22, 1957 20.5a Newspaper advertisement for Halo shampoo, 1954 20.5b Magazine advertisement for Powers fluid foundation, 1953 20.6a Magazine article on the younger generation, 1951 20.6b Rock and roll lyrics, "Yakety Yak," 1958 20.6c Photograph of Elvis Presley singing on stage, June 22, 1956 20.7 A television script, "Living 1950--The Children of Strangers," November-December 1950 20.8a Photograph of crowd action at Central High School, 1957 20.8b Photograph of Elizabeth Eckford waiting for the bus, 1957 20.9 Holograph letter from Daisy Bates to Ray Wilkens, December 17, 1957 Archive Twenty-One: The United States and the Vietnam War 21.1 Declaration of Independence for the Democratic Republic of Vietnam, September 2, 1945 21.2a Policy statement about American objectives in Southeast Asia, June 25, 1952 21.2b Report by Vice President Johnson on his visit to Asian countries, May 23, 1961 21.2c Magazine advertisement about the dangers of socialism. The Saturday Evening Post, April 5, 1952 21.3 General Vo Nguyen Giap's reflections on the people's war, 1961 21.4a Photograph of Vietnamese resistance measures, 1965 21.4b Photograph of tunnel construction, 1965 21.4c Photograph of making weapons from unexploded American bombs, 1965 21.4d Photograph of a Cu Chi female guerrilla, 1965 21.4e Photograph of making bamboo traps, 1965 21.5 Cartoon about the war, 1964 21.6 Testimony by marine William Crandell at the Winter Soldier Investigation, January 31 and February 1, 1971 21.7 Testimony by members of the First Marine Division at the Winter Soldier Investigation, January 31 and February 1, 1971 21.8 Testimony by members of the Twenty-fifth Infantry Division at the Winter Soldier Investigation, January 31 and February 1, 1971 21.9a Photograph of American soldiers wading in rice paddy, 1966 21.9b Photograph of U.S. soldiers jumping from helicopters, November 16, 1967 21.9c Photograph of U.S. troops in action in South Vietnam, February 22, 1968 21.9d Photograph of an American patrol stopping Vietnamese civilians, November 1969 21.9e Photograph of an American soldier with Vietnamese police, December 1969 Archive 22: Experiencing the "Sixties" 22.1 Political and protest buttons, 1960s 22.2 "The Port Huron Statement" of the Students for a Democratic Society, June 1962 22.3a Issues paper no. 7, "Student Subversion, the Majority Replies," 1965, Young Americans for Freedom 22.3b Pamphlet, "What Can I Do? to Combat Communism," about 1965, Students Associated Against Totalitarianism 22.4a Oral history of the civil rights activist Lawrence Guyot, 1978 22.4b Enclosure in letter from SNCC: "SNCC Does Not Wish to Become A New Version of the White Man's Burden," June 6, 1966 22.4c Black Panther Flyer, "If You're Not Part of the Solution You're Part of the Problem," 1968 22.4d Black Panther Flyer, "Racist Dog Policemen," 1968 22.4e Black Panther Flyer, "We Will Not Sit Back and Let the Fascists Murder Chairman Bobby in the Electric Chair," no date 22.5a Oral history of a student activist, James Seff, 1973 22.5b Photograph of students and professors in a brawl at Columbia University, April 28, 1968 22.6a Antiwar appeal from teachers, "Help Stop the War in Vietnam," 1967 22.6b Photograph of Vietnam War Protestors outside the White House, November 30, 1965 22.6c Photograph, "Stop the Vietnam War" rally, Central Park, NYC, 1968 22.6d Photograph, "Along the March Route," Washington, DC, 1967 22.6e Photograph, "Pentagon Peace Demonstration," Washington, DC, 1967 22.6f Photograph, "Pro-war Demonstrator," New York City, 1968 22.7a Oral History of cultural rebellion of Erika Taylor, 1973 22.7b Flyer, "Love: A Psychedelic Celebration, Tompkins Square Park," October 6, 1966 22.8 Book covers, Our Bodies Our Selves: A Book by and for Women, 1971 and 1998 Archive Twenty-Three: The Return of Conservatism to America 23.1a Foreword to The Conscience of a Conservative by Barry Goldwater 1960 23.1b Conclusion to speech, "A Choice Not an Echo," by Barry Goldwater, 1964, accepting the Republican nomination for president 23.1c Speech by Ronald Reagan to the National Association of Evangelicals, March 8, 1983 23.2 Catalog cover and introduction, "Restoring America," 2007-2008 23.3a Presidential election flyer, "Where Do the Candidates Stand on Abortion?" 1992 23.3b Planned Parenthood flflyer, "A Closer Look at The Violent Opposition," undated 23.3c "Statement of Concerned Women for America on the Passing of Ruth Bell Graham," June 15, 2007 23.4a "Mission Statement, Promise Keepers," 2001-2005 23.4b Newspaper article, "Hundreds of Thousands Gather On the Mall in a Day of Prayers," October 5, 1997 23.4c "Seven Questions Women Ask About Promise Keepers," 2001-2005 23.5 Alliance Defense Fund pamphlet, "The Truth About Student Rights" 23.6 Alliance Defense Fund pamphlet, "The Truth About Faith in the Workplace" 23.7 Transcript of Bush statement on Constitutional ban on same sex marriage, February 24, 2004 23.8a Photograph of gay couple, 2003 23.8b Photograph of man protesting gay marriage, 2004 23.9a Excerpts from George W. Bush's discussion on Social Security, April 29, 2005. 23.9b Cartoon, "Fixing This Should Be Easy"
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