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The Resource American violence ; : a documentary history, edited by Richard Hofstadter and Michael Wallace

American violence ; : a documentary history, edited by Richard Hofstadter and Michael Wallace

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American violence ; : a documentary history
Title
American violence ;
Title remainder
a documentary history
Statement of responsibility
edited by Richard Hofstadter and Michael Wallace
Creator
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
A history of American domestic violence
Cataloging source
DLC
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1916-1970
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Hofstadter, Richard
Dewey number
973
Index
index present
LC call number
E179
LC item number
.H8 1970
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
NLM call number
HM 291
NLM item number
H713a 1970
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Wallace, Michael
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  • Violence
  • United States
  • Race Relations
  • Riots
  • Violence
  • Violence
  • Gesellschaft
  • Gewalt
Label
American violence ; : a documentary history, edited by Richard Hofstadter and Michael Wallace
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Publication
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
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text
Content type code
txt
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rdacontent
Contents
Reflections on violence in the United States / Richard Hofstadter -- I. Political violence. Pilgrims versus Puritans, 1634 ; Battle of the Severn, 1655 ; Bacon's Rebellion, 1676 ; Bloody election in Philadelphia, 1742 ; Knowles riot in Boston, 1747 ; Stamp Act riots, 1765 ; Boston massacre, 1770 ; Battle of the Alamance, 1771 ; Terrorism against Loyalists, 1774-1775 ; Whiskey Rebellion, 1794 ; Philadelphia election riot, 1834 ; Christiana affair, 1851 ; Bleeding Kansas, 1854-1861 ; Baltimore election riot, 1856 ; Harper's Ferry, 1859 ; New Orleans coup d'́état, 1874 -- II. Economic violence. Bread riot in Boston, 1713 ; Mast tree riot, 1734 ; New Jersey tenant riots, 1745-1754 ; New York agrarian rebellion, 1766 ; Shays's Rebellion, 1786-1787 ; Anti-bank riot in Baltimore, 1835 ; Flour riot in New York, 1837 ; Squatters' riots, 1850 ; Railroad strike, 1877 ; Louisiana sugar strike, 1887 ; Homestead, 1892 ; Coeur d'Alene, 1892 ; Pullman strike, 1894 ; Wheatland riot, 1913 ; Ludlow, 1913-1914 ; Steel strike, 1919 ; Herrin massacre, 1922 ; Chicago eviction riot, 1931 ; Southern Tenant Farmers' Union, 1935 ; Memorial Day massacre, 1937 -- III. Racial Violence. Slave revolts and their suppression: New York slave revolt, 1712 ; Louisiana uprising, 1811 ; Vesey uprising, 1822 ; Nat Turner, 1831 ; Texas slave insurrection, 1860 -- Race riots: Providence, 1831 ; Cincinnati, 1841 ; New York Draft Riot, 1863 ; New Orleans, 1866 ; Vicksburg, 1874 ; Wilmington, 1898 ; Atlanta, 1906 ; East St. Louis, 1917 ; Chicago, 1919 ; Tulsa, 1921 ; Detroit, 1943 -- Ghetto riots: Harlem, 1935 ; Watts, 1965 ; Detroit, 1967 -- Some casualties of conquest: The Paxton riots, 1763-1764 ; Cheyenne massacre, 1864 ; Wounded Knee massacre, 1890 ; Brutalities in the Philippines, 1899-1902 -- IV. Religious and ethnic violence. Persecution of Quakers, 1656-1661 ; Burning of Ursuline Convent, 1834 ; Anti-Mormon riot, 1838 ; Philadelphia Nativist riots, 1844 ; Pentecost riot in Hoboken, 1851 ; Louisville, 1855 ; Mountain Meadows massacre, 1857 ; Orange riot, 1871 ; Anti-Chinese riot in Los Angeles, 1871 ; Rock Springs massacre, 1885 ; Anti-Italian riot in New Orleans, 1891 ; Zoot-suit riot, 1943 -- V. Anti-radical and police violence. Anti-abolition riot in New York, 1834 ; Tompkins Square, 1874 ; Everett massacre, 1916 ; May Day riot in Cleveland, 1919 ; Centralia, 1919 ; Dearborn massacre, 1932 ; Bonus army, 1932 ; Peekskill riot, 1949 ; Freedom riders, 1961 ; Oxford, Mississippi, 1962 ; Chicago, 1968 -- VI. Personal violence. Hamilton-Burr duel, 1804 ; Jackson-Dickinson duel, 1806 ; Sand Bar gun battle, 1827 ; Assault on Charles Sumner, 1856 ; The Hatfields and the McCoys, 1873-1888 ; Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, 1881 -- VII. Assassinations, terrorism, political murders. Murder of Lovejoy, 1837 ; Assassination of Lincoln, 1865 ; Assassination of Garfield, 1881 ; Haymarket, 1886 ; Attempted murder of Henry Clay Frick, 1892 ; Assassination of Frank Steunenberg, 1905 ; Dynamiting of Los Angeles Times, 1910 ; Wall Street bombing, 1920 ; Murder of Medgar Evers, 1963 ; Murder of Malcolm X, 1965 ; Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, 1968 -- VIII. Violence in the name of law, order, and morality. Doctors' riot, 1788 ; Portland whorehouse riot, 1825 ; Vicksburg gamblers, 1835 ; Astor Place riot, 1849 ; San Francisco Vigilance Committee, 1856 ; Montana vigilantes, 1863-1865 ; Cincinnati riot, 1884 ; Lynching at Memphis, 1893
Control code
98820
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
1st ed..
Extent
xiv, 478, xiii pages
Isbn
9780394414867
Lccn
73111238
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(WaOLN)509816
Label
American violence ; : a documentary history, edited by Richard Hofstadter and Michael Wallace
Publication
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Reflections on violence in the United States / Richard Hofstadter -- I. Political violence. Pilgrims versus Puritans, 1634 ; Battle of the Severn, 1655 ; Bacon's Rebellion, 1676 ; Bloody election in Philadelphia, 1742 ; Knowles riot in Boston, 1747 ; Stamp Act riots, 1765 ; Boston massacre, 1770 ; Battle of the Alamance, 1771 ; Terrorism against Loyalists, 1774-1775 ; Whiskey Rebellion, 1794 ; Philadelphia election riot, 1834 ; Christiana affair, 1851 ; Bleeding Kansas, 1854-1861 ; Baltimore election riot, 1856 ; Harper's Ferry, 1859 ; New Orleans coup d'́état, 1874 -- II. Economic violence. Bread riot in Boston, 1713 ; Mast tree riot, 1734 ; New Jersey tenant riots, 1745-1754 ; New York agrarian rebellion, 1766 ; Shays's Rebellion, 1786-1787 ; Anti-bank riot in Baltimore, 1835 ; Flour riot in New York, 1837 ; Squatters' riots, 1850 ; Railroad strike, 1877 ; Louisiana sugar strike, 1887 ; Homestead, 1892 ; Coeur d'Alene, 1892 ; Pullman strike, 1894 ; Wheatland riot, 1913 ; Ludlow, 1913-1914 ; Steel strike, 1919 ; Herrin massacre, 1922 ; Chicago eviction riot, 1931 ; Southern Tenant Farmers' Union, 1935 ; Memorial Day massacre, 1937 -- III. Racial Violence. Slave revolts and their suppression: New York slave revolt, 1712 ; Louisiana uprising, 1811 ; Vesey uprising, 1822 ; Nat Turner, 1831 ; Texas slave insurrection, 1860 -- Race riots: Providence, 1831 ; Cincinnati, 1841 ; New York Draft Riot, 1863 ; New Orleans, 1866 ; Vicksburg, 1874 ; Wilmington, 1898 ; Atlanta, 1906 ; East St. Louis, 1917 ; Chicago, 1919 ; Tulsa, 1921 ; Detroit, 1943 -- Ghetto riots: Harlem, 1935 ; Watts, 1965 ; Detroit, 1967 -- Some casualties of conquest: The Paxton riots, 1763-1764 ; Cheyenne massacre, 1864 ; Wounded Knee massacre, 1890 ; Brutalities in the Philippines, 1899-1902 -- IV. Religious and ethnic violence. Persecution of Quakers, 1656-1661 ; Burning of Ursuline Convent, 1834 ; Anti-Mormon riot, 1838 ; Philadelphia Nativist riots, 1844 ; Pentecost riot in Hoboken, 1851 ; Louisville, 1855 ; Mountain Meadows massacre, 1857 ; Orange riot, 1871 ; Anti-Chinese riot in Los Angeles, 1871 ; Rock Springs massacre, 1885 ; Anti-Italian riot in New Orleans, 1891 ; Zoot-suit riot, 1943 -- V. Anti-radical and police violence. Anti-abolition riot in New York, 1834 ; Tompkins Square, 1874 ; Everett massacre, 1916 ; May Day riot in Cleveland, 1919 ; Centralia, 1919 ; Dearborn massacre, 1932 ; Bonus army, 1932 ; Peekskill riot, 1949 ; Freedom riders, 1961 ; Oxford, Mississippi, 1962 ; Chicago, 1968 -- VI. Personal violence. Hamilton-Burr duel, 1804 ; Jackson-Dickinson duel, 1806 ; Sand Bar gun battle, 1827 ; Assault on Charles Sumner, 1856 ; The Hatfields and the McCoys, 1873-1888 ; Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, 1881 -- VII. Assassinations, terrorism, political murders. Murder of Lovejoy, 1837 ; Assassination of Lincoln, 1865 ; Assassination of Garfield, 1881 ; Haymarket, 1886 ; Attempted murder of Henry Clay Frick, 1892 ; Assassination of Frank Steunenberg, 1905 ; Dynamiting of Los Angeles Times, 1910 ; Wall Street bombing, 1920 ; Murder of Medgar Evers, 1963 ; Murder of Malcolm X, 1965 ; Assassination of Robert F. Kennedy, 1968 -- VIII. Violence in the name of law, order, and morality. Doctors' riot, 1788 ; Portland whorehouse riot, 1825 ; Vicksburg gamblers, 1835 ; Astor Place riot, 1849 ; San Francisco Vigilance Committee, 1856 ; Montana vigilantes, 1863-1865 ; Cincinnati riot, 1884 ; Lynching at Memphis, 1893
Control code
98820
Dimensions
25 cm
Edition
1st ed..
Extent
xiv, 478, xiii pages
Isbn
9780394414867
Lccn
73111238
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(WaOLN)509816

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