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Tennessee; a history, 1673-1932.

Author: Philip M Hamer
Publisher: New York, The American Historical Society, Inc., 1933.
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Genre/Form: Biography
History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Hamer, Philip M. (Philip May), 1891-1971.
Tennessee.
New York, The American Historical Society, Inc., 1933
(OCoLC)962740849
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Philip M Hamer
OCLC Number: 2078145
Notes: Vols. III and IV biographical.
Description: 4 volumes frontispieces, plates, portraits 28 cm
Contents: Of vol. I: The land and its first in habitants --
The coming of the White Man --
Anglo-French rivalry --
The building of Fort Loudoun --
The Cherokee War, 1758-61 --
Watauga --
The Revolution : war with the Cherokee --
The Cumberland settlement --
The state of Franklin --
The Spanish intrigue --
The southwest territory --
The attainment of statehood --
The frontier state --
Politics and personalities, 1796-1809 --
War with the British and the Indians --
McMinn, Carroll, and the panic --
Indian removal and the public lands --
Andrew Jackson dominates the state --
The rise of the Whig Party --
Party politics, 1839-1847 --
Democratic and humanitarian reforms --
The early temperance movement --
Ante-Bellum education --
Early transportation by land and water --
The early railroad movement --
State aid and the middle Tennessee railroads --
Railroad building in west and east Tennessee --
Slavery and anti-slavery --
Slavery and the union in politics, 1847-51 --
The Whigs become know-nothings, 1852-55 --
Parties and slavery, 1856-60 --
The Union or the Confederacy. Of vol. II: A Confederate state --
The revolt of the East Tennesseans --
Civil war and military rule --
The restoration of civil government --
The radical regime --
The enfranchisement of the Negro --
The Ku Klux Klan --
The triumph of the ex-Confederates --
The radicals and the railroads --
Politics and the state debt --
The farmer in politics --
Twentieth century politics --
The woman's movement --
State institutions --
The four chief cities --
The press --
The churches --
Agriculture --
Manufacturing --
Forests and minerals --
The world war --
Medical annals --
Appendix A : Constitution of the state of Tennessee --
Appendix B : Governors of Tennessee --
Appendix C : Tennessee's representation in Congress --
index.
Responsibility: Editor: Philip M. Hamer.

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