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Prologue to revolution : sources and documents on the Stamp act crisis, 1764-1766.

Author: Edmund S Morgan
Publisher: Chapel Hill, Published for the Institute of Early American History and Culture at Williamsburg, Virginia, by the University of North Carolina Press [1959]
Series: Published for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Virginia.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This comprehensive documentary source book on the Stamp Act provides a case-study approach to American colonial history and serves as a problems source book on the key event in Anglo-American  Read more...

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Morgan, Edmund S. (Edmund Sears), 1916-
Prologue to revolution.
Chapel Hill, Published for the Institute of Early American History and Culture at Williamsburg, Virginia, by the University of North Carolina Press [1959]
(DLC) 59016343
(OCoLC)426626
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Edmund S Morgan
ISBN: 9781469600963 146960096X 9780807807620 0807807621 0807838918 9780807838914
OCLC Number: 562715417
Reproduction Notes: Electronic reproduction. [Place of publication not identified] : HathiTrust Digital Library, 2010. MiAaHDL
Description: 1 online resource (163 pages) illustrations
Details: Master and use copy. Digital master created according to Benchmark for Faithful Digital Reproductions of Monographs and Serials, Version 1. Digital Library Federation, December 2002.
Contents: Cover; Contents; Introduction; Chapter I. THE SUGAR ACT; 1. The Sugar Act, April 5, 1764; 2. The New York Petition to the House of Commons, October 18, 1764; 3. The Virginia Petitions to the King and Parliament, December 18, 1764; A. The Petition to the King; B. The Memorial to the House of Lords; C. The Remonstrance to the House of Commons; 4. Thomas Whately on ""Regulations lately Made, "" 1765; Chapter II. THE GENESIS OF THE STAMP ACT; 5. The Colonial Agents Confer with Grenville, May 17, 1764; A. Jasper Mauduit to the Massachusetts Assembly, May 26, 1764. B. Charles Garth to the Committee of Correspondence of the South Carolina Assembly, June 5, 17646. Massachusetts Attempts to Forestall the Stamp Act, August 18, 1764; 7. The Debate in Parliament; A. Jared Ingersoll to Thomas Fitch, February 11, 1765; B. General Conway's Speech, February 15, 1765; 8. The Stamp Act, March 22, 1765; Chapter III. THE ACTION OF THE COLONIAL ASSEMBLIES; The Virginia Resolves; 9. The French Traveller's Account, May 30-31, 1765; 10. Governor Fauquier's Account, June 5, 1765; 11. The Resolutions as Printed in The Journal of the House of Burgesses, 1765. 12. The Resolutions as Recalled by Patrick Henry13. The Resolutions as Printed by the Newport Mercury, June 24, 1765; 14. The Resolutions as Printed by the Maryland Gazette, July 4, 1765; The Resolves of the Other Colonies; 15. The Rhode Island Resolves, September, 1765; 16. The Pennsylvania Resolves, September 21, 1765; 17. The Maryland Resolves, September 28, 1765; 18. The Connecticut Resolves, October 25, 1765; 19. The Massachusetts Resolves, October 29, 1765; 20. The South Carolina Resolves, November 29, 1765; 21. The New Jersey Resolves, November 30, 1765. 22. The New York Resolves, December 18, 1765The Stamp Act Congress, October 7-24, 1765; 23. The Declarations of the Stamp Act Congress; 24. The Petition to the King; 25. The Memorial to the House of Lords; 26. The Petition to the House of Commons; Chapter IV. THE AMERICAN PRESS; 27. A Letter from a Plain Yeoman, May 11, 1765; 28. Daniel Dulany on the Authority of Parliament, October, 1765; 29. The Objection to American Representation in Parliament, March 13, 1766; 30. ""Cato"" Denounces a ""vile Miscreant, "" August 26, 1765; 31. An Attack on ""designing parricides, "" October 21, 1765. Chapter V. THE BRITISH PRESS32. William Knox on the Claim of the Colonies, 1765; 33. ""William Pym"": ""The British parliament can at any time set aside all the charters, "" August 20, 1765; 34. Anti-Sejanus: ""The whole Stamp Act appears to be unexceptionable, "" November 28-30, 1765; 35. ""Pacificus"" Lectures the ""Libertines"" of Virginia and the ""Pumkins"" of New England, 1766; 36. ""John Ploughshare"": ""I am for Old England, "" February 20, 1766; Chapter VI. THE PATTERN OF REBELLION; Boycotts and Riots; 37. The New York Agreement, October 31, 1765; 38. The Boston Riot of August 14, 1765.
Series Title: Published for the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture, Williamsburg, Virginia.

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