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The Routledge history of nineteenth century America / edited by Jonathan Daniel Wells.

Contributor(s): Wells, Jonathan Daniel, 1969- | Credo Reference (Firm)Series: Routledge historiesPublisher: Boston, Massachusetts : Credo Reference, 2018Edition: [Enhanced Credo edition]Description: 1 online resource (31 entries) ; digital filesContent type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781786846303Other title: History of nineteenth century AmericaSubject(s): United States -- History -- 19th centuryAdditional physical formats: Print version:: No titleDDC classification: 973.5 LOC classification: E337.5 | .R68 2018Online resources: Available online to NMC users; click to view.
Contents:
List of contributors -- Introduction / Jonathan Daniel Wells -- Part I. The early republic: 1. Race, slavery, sectional conflict, and national politics, 1770-1820 / John Craig Hammond; 2. Class, the market revolution, and urbanization / Christopher Clark; 3. "Female women or feminine ladies": gender and women's rights before the Antebellum Movement / Leigh Fought; 4. Religion and reform in the early American republic / John Fea; 5. Borderlands and cultural survival: Native Americans in the early national era / David A. Nichols -- Part II. Antebellum America: 6. International travel, intellectual life, and global influences on the United States / Daniel Kilbride; 7. Party politics and the sectional crisis: a twenty-year renaissance in the study of antebellum political history / Frank Towers; 8. Literature and culture during the American Renaissance / John Ernest; 9. Capitalism and slavery in the United States / Michael Zakim -- Part III. The Civil War era: 10. Secession and the onset of civil war / Rachel A. Shelden; 11. Wartime military mobilization, business, and technology / Mark R. Wilson; 12. The Confederacy on the battlefield and home front / Paul D. Escott; 13. Politics and civil liberties on the Union home front / Joel H. Silbey; 14. Waging war, conducting diplomacy: leadership and the American Civil War Brooks D. Simpson; 15. African Americans and emancipation in the Civil War / Aaron Sheehan-Dean; 16. Law, the Supreme Court, and the Constitution, 1840-1880 / Timothy S. Huebner --
Part IV. America in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries: 17. Women's rights and gender ideology, 1848-1890 / Bonnie Laughlin-Schultz; 18. Race, crime, and segregation / Vivien Miller; 19. The paradox of the business and political economy of the New South / Natalie J. Ring; 20. American literary and cultural history in the post-Civil War era / Sarah E. Gardner; 21. Industrial empire Andrew C. Isenberg; 22. Crisis, protest, and reform in industrializing America / William A. Link.
Abstract: The Routledge History of Nineteenth-Century America provides an important overview of the main themes within the study of the long nineteenth century. The book explores major currents of research over the past few decades to give an up-to-date synthesis of nineteenth-century history.
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List of contributors -- Introduction / Jonathan Daniel Wells -- Part I. The early republic: 1. Race, slavery, sectional conflict, and national politics, 1770-1820 / John Craig Hammond; 2. Class, the market revolution, and urbanization / Christopher Clark; 3. "Female women or feminine ladies": gender and women's rights before the Antebellum Movement / Leigh Fought; 4. Religion and reform in the early American republic / John Fea; 5. Borderlands and cultural survival: Native Americans in the early national era / David A. Nichols -- Part II. Antebellum America: 6. International travel, intellectual life, and global influences on the United States / Daniel Kilbride; 7. Party politics and the sectional crisis: a twenty-year renaissance in the study of antebellum political history / Frank Towers; 8. Literature and culture during the American Renaissance / John Ernest; 9. Capitalism and slavery in the United States / Michael Zakim -- Part III. The Civil War era: 10. Secession and the onset of civil war / Rachel A. Shelden; 11. Wartime military mobilization, business, and technology / Mark R. Wilson; 12. The Confederacy on the battlefield and home front / Paul D. Escott; 13. Politics and civil liberties on the Union home front / Joel H. Silbey; 14. Waging war, conducting diplomacy: leadership and the American Civil War Brooks D. Simpson; 15. African Americans and emancipation in the Civil War / Aaron Sheehan-Dean; 16. Law, the Supreme Court, and the Constitution, 1840-1880 / Timothy S. Huebner --

Part IV. America in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries: 17. Women's rights and gender ideology, 1848-1890 / Bonnie Laughlin-Schultz; 18. Race, crime, and segregation / Vivien Miller; 19. The paradox of the business and political economy of the New South / Natalie J. Ring; 20. American literary and cultural history in the post-Civil War era / Sarah E. Gardner; 21. Industrial empire Andrew C. Isenberg; 22. Crisis, protest, and reform in industrializing America / William A. Link.

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The Routledge History of Nineteenth-Century America provides an important overview of the main themes within the study of the long nineteenth century. The book explores major currents of research over the past few decades to give an up-to-date synthesis of nineteenth-century history.

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