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An American primer, edited by Daniel J. Boorstin

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An American primer
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An American primer
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edited by Daniel J. Boorstin
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Language
eng
Summary
Anthology of essays, laws, speeches and other writings illustrating the American way of life
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1914-2004
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Boorstin, Daniel J.
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917.303
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E173
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.B7
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non fiction
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United States
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An American primer, edited by Daniel J. Boorstin
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Contents
  • Benjamin Franklin, Father Abraham's speech, or, the way to wealth, 1757
  • Frederick Jackson Turner, The significance of the frontier in American history, 1893
  • Ray Allen Billington
  • Richard Warren Sears, Cheapest supply house on earth, 1894
  • John E. Jeuck
  • Louis H. Sullivan, The tall office building artistically considered, 1896
  • Carl W. Condit
  • William Jennings Bryan, "Cross of gold" speech, 1896
  • Richard Hofstadter
  • William Allen White, What's the matter with Kansas? 1896
  • Walter Johnson
  • Leonard W. Labaree
  • Oliver Wendell Homes, Jr., The path of the law, 1897
  • Lon L. Fuller
  • John Dewey, My pedagogic creed, 1897
  • Lawrence A. Cremin
  • Albert J. Beveridge, The march of the flag, 1898
  • Ernest R. May
  • John Wanamaker, On the department store, 1900
  • Malcolm P. McNair
  • Jacob Riis, Introduction to "The Battle with the Slum," 1902
  • Richard C. Wade
  • Logan's speech, 1774
  • Lincoln Steffens, The shame of the cities, 1902-1904
  • Arthur Mann
  • Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., Two dissenting opinions, 1904-1919
  • Paul A. Freund
  • William L. Riordon, Plunkitt of Tammany Hall, 1905
  • John P. Roche
  • William James, Pragmatism, 1907
  • Sidney Hook
  • Theodore Roosevelt, The new nationalism, 1910
  • Elting E. Morison
  • Wilcomb E. Washburn
  • Walter Rauschenbusch, Prayers of the social awakening, 1910
  • Winthrop S. Hudson
  • Frederick W. Taylor, On scientific management, 1912
  • Daniel Bell
  • Calvin Coolidge, Have faith in Massachusetts, 1914
  • Walter Muir Whitehill
  • Louis D. Brandeis, The curse of bigness, 1915
  • Alpheus Thomas Mason
  • Woodrow Wilson, "Fourteen points" address, 1918
  • Arthur S. Link
  • Thomas Jefferson, the Declaration of Independence
  • Henry Cabot Lodge, Speech on the League of Nations, 1919
  • John A. Garraty
  • H.L. Mencken, Preface to "The American language," 1919
  • Thomas Pyles
  • Herbert Hoover, on American individualism, 1928
  • Irvin G. Wyllie
  • Sinclair Lewis, The American fear of literature, 1930
  • Mark Schorer
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt, first inaugural address, 1933
  • Frank Freidel
  • Henry Steele Commager
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt, "Quarantine" address, 1937
  • William E. Leuchtenburg
  • Albert Einstein, Letter to Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1939
  • Donald Fleming
  • Wendell L. Wilkie, One world, 1943
  • Max Lerner
  • George C. Marshall, the Marshall Plan, 1947
  • Hans J. Morgenthau
  • Harry S. Truman, the Point IV program, 1949
  • Herbert Feis
  • Benjamin Franklin, Address to the Federal Convention, 1787
  • William Faulkner, Speech on acceptance of the Nobel Prize, 1950
  • Richard Ellmann
  • The United States Supreme Court, Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, 1954
  • Harry W. Jones
  • John F. Kennedy, Inaugural address, 1961
  • James MacGregor Burns
  • Lyndon B. Johnson, Address on voting rights, 1965
  • Oscar Handlin
  • Ralph L. Ketcham
  • The Constitution of the United States of America, 1787, The preamble
  • Clarence L. Ver Steeg
  • The Mayflower Compact, 1620
  • Article I
  • C. Herman Pritchett
  • Article II
  • Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.
  • Article III
  • David Fellman
  • Article IV
  • J.A.C. Grant
  • Article V. and the amending process
  • Philip B. Kurland
  • Samuel Eliot Morison
  • Article VI and VII
  • Alfred H. Kelly
  • The Bill of Rights: amendments, I-X
  • Milton R. Konvitz
  • The Civil War amendments: XIII-XV
  • Francis A. Allen
  • George Washington, first inaugural address, 1789
  • Clinton Rossiter
  • Alexander Hamilton, Report on manufactures, 1791
  • Thomas C. Cochran
  • John Winthrop, A modell of Christian charity, 1630
  • George Washington, farewell address, 1796
  • Richard B. Morris
  • Thomas Jefferson, first inaugural address, 1901
  • Dumas Malone
  • Jacob Henry, On religion and elective office, 1809
  • Joseph L. Blau
  • John Adams, What do we mean by the American Revolution? 1818
  • L.H. Butterfield
  • John Marshall, M'Culloch v. Maryland, 1819
  • Robert G. McCloskey
  • Lawrence W. Towner
  • James Monroe, the Monroe Doctrine, 1823
  • Dexter Perkins
  • Andrew Jackson, The majority is to govern, 1829
  • John William Ward
  • William Lloyd Garrison, Prospectus for the "Liberator," 1831
  • Kenneth M. Stampp
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson, the American Scholar, 1937
  • Robert E. Spiller
  • Lemuel Shaw, Commonwealth v. Hunt, 1842
  • Leonard W. Levy
  • Mary Easty, Petition of an accused witch, 1692
  • Henry David Thoreau, Civil disobedience, 1846
  • Frederick B. Toles
  • Horace Mann, Report of the Massachusetts Board of Education, 1848
  • Ralph H. Gabriel
  • The Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions, 1848
  • Barbara M. Soloman
  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Address on the divorce bill, 1861
  • Nelson M. Blake
  • Julia Ward Howe, The Battle Hymn of the Republic, 1861
  • William G. McLoughlin
  • Edmund S. Morgan
  • The Homestead Act, 1862
  • Paul W. Gates
  • Abraham Lincoln, Second annual message to congress, 1862
  • Roy F. Nichols
  • Abraham Lincoln, The Emancipation Proclamation, 1863
  • John Hope Franklin
  • Abraham Lincoln, The Gettysburg Address, 1863
  • Allan Nevins
  • Abraham Lincoln, Second Inaugural Address, 1865
  • Paul M. Angle
  • Gabriel Thomas, An account of Pennsylvania, 1698
  • Ulysses S. Grant, Terms of surrender for the army of northern Virginia, 1865
  • T. Harry Williams
  • The oath of office, 1868
  • Harold M. Hyman
  • The ballad of John Henry, c. 1872
  • Richard M. Dorson
  • Mary Baker Eddy, Science and health, 1875
  • Martin E. Marty
  • Emma Lazarus, The new colossus, 1883
  • John Higham
  • David M. Potter
  • Henry W. Grady, the new south, 1886
  • Thomas D. Clark
  • James Cardinal Gibbons, The question of the "Knights of Labor," 1887
  • John Tracy Ellis
  • Thomas Alva Edison, On the industrial research laboratory, 1887
  • Matthew Josephson
  • Andrew Carnegie, Wealth, 1889
  • Robert H. Bremner
  • People's party platform, 1892
  • John D. Hicks
  • The Mayflower Compact, 1620 / Samuel Eliot Morison -- John Winthrop, A modell of Christian charity, 1630 / Lawrence W. Towner -- Mary Easty, Petition of an accused witch, 1692 / Edmund S. Morgan -- Gabriel Thomas, An account of Pennsylvania, 1698 / David M. Potter -- Benjamin Franklin, Father Abraham's speech, or, the way to wealth, 1757 / Leonard W. Labaree -- Logan's speech, 1774 / Wilcomb E. Washburn -- Thomas Jefferson, the Declaration of Independence / Henry Steele Commager -- Benjamin Franklin, Address to the Federal Convention, 1787 / Ralph L. Ketcham -- The Constitution of the United States of America, 1787, The preamble / Clarence L. Ver Steeg ; Article I, C. Herman Pritchett ; Article II, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. ; Article III, David Fellman ; Article IV, J.A.C. Grant ; Article V. and the ammending process, Philip B. Kurland ; Article VI and VII, Alfred H. Kelly ; The Bill of Rights: amendments, I-X, Milton R. Konvitz ; The Civil War amendments: XIII-XV, Francis A. Allen -- George Washington, first inaugural address, 1789 / Clinton Rossiter -- Alexander Hamilton, Report on manufactures, 1791 / Thomas C. Cochran -- George Washington, farewell address, 1796 / Richard B. Morris -- Thomas Jefferson, first inaugural address, 1901 / Dumas Malone -- Jacob Henry, On religion and elective office, 1809 / Joseph L. Blau -- John Adams, What do we mean by the American Revolution? 1818 / L.H. Butterfield -- John Marshall, M'Culloch v. Maryland, 1819 / Robert G. McCloskey -- James Monroe, the Monroe Doctrine, 1823 / Dexter Perkins -- Andrew Jackson, The majority is to govern, 1829 / John William Ward -- William Lloyd Garrison, Prospectus for the "Liberator," 1831 / Kenneth M. Stampp -- Ralph Waldo Emerson, the American Scholar, 1937 / Robert E. Spiller -- Lemuel Shaw, Commonwealth v. Hunt, 1842 / Leonard W. Levy -- Henry David Thoreau, Civil disobedience, 1846 / Frederick B. Toles -- Horace Mann, Report of the Massachusetts Board of Education, 1848 / Ralph H. Gabriel -- The Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions, 1848 / Barbara M. Soloman -- Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Address on the divorce bill, 1861 / Nelson M. Blake -- Julia Ward Howe, The Battle Hymn of the Republic, 1861 / William G. McLoughlin -- The Homestead Act, 1862 / Paul W. Gates -- Abraham Lincoln, Second annual message to congress, 1862 / Roy F. Nichols -- Abraham Lincoln, The Emancipation Proclamation, 1863 / John Hope Franklin -- Abraham Lincoln, The Gettysburg Address, 1863 / Allan Nevins -- Abraham Lincoln, Second Inaugural Address, 1865 / Paul M. Angle -- Ulysses S. Grant, Terms of surrender for the army of northern Virginia, 1865 / T. Harry Williams -- The oath of office, 1868 / Harold M. Hyman -- The ballad of John Henry, c. 1872 / Richard M. Dorson -- Mary Baker Eddy, Science and health, 1875 / Martin E. Marty -- Emma Lazarus, The new colossus, 1883 / John Higham -- Henry W. Grady, the new south, 1886 / Thomas D. Clark -- James Cardinal Gibbons, The question of the "Knights of Labor," 1887 / John Tracy Ellis
  • Thomas Alva Edison, On the industrial research laboratory, 1887 / Matthew Jospehson -- Andrew Carnegie, Wealth, 1889 / Robert H. Bremner -- People's party platform, 1892 / John D. Hicks --Frederick Jackson Turner, The significance of the frontier in American history, 1893 / Ray Allen Billington -- Richard Warren Sears, Cheapest supply house on earth, 1894 / John E. Jeuck -- Louis H. Sullivan, The tall office building artistically considered, 1896 / Carl W. Condit -- William Jennings Bryant " Cross of gold" speech, 1896 / Richard Hofstadter -- William Allen White, What's the matter with Kansas? 1896 / Walter Johnson -- Oliver Wendell Homes, Jr., The path of the law, 1897 / Lon L. Fuller -- John Dewey, My pedagogic creed, 1897 / Lawrence A. Cremin -- Albert J. Beveridge, The march of the flag, 1898 / Ernest R. May -- John Wanamaker, On the department store, 1900 / Malcolm P. McNair -- Jacob Riis, Introduction to "The Battle with the Slum," 1902 / Richard C. Wade -- Lincoln Steffens, The shame of the cities, 1902-1904 / Arthur Mann -- Oliver Wendall Holmes, Jr., Two dissenting opinions, 1904-1919 / Paul A. Freund -- William L. Riordon, Plunkitt of Tammany Hall, 1905 / John P. Roche -- William James, Pragmatism, 1907 / Sidney Hook -- Theodore Roosevelt, The new nationalism, 1910 / Elting E. Morison -- Walter Rauschenbusch, Prayers of the social awakening, 1910 / Winthrop S. Hudson -- Frederick W. Taylor, On scientific management, 1912 / Daniel Bell -- Calvin Coolidge, Have faith in Massachusetts, 1914 / Walter Muir Whitehill -- Louis D. Brandeis, The curse of bigness, 1915 / Alpheus Thomas Mason -- Woodrow Wilson, "Fourteen points" address, 1918 / Arthus S. Link -- Henry Cabot Lodge, Speech on the League of Nations, 1919 / John A. Garraty -- H.L. Mencken, Preface to "The American language," 1919 / Thomas Pyles -- Herbert Hoover, on American individualsim, 1928 / Irvin G. Wyllie -- Sinclair Lewis, The American fear of literature, 1930 / Mark Schorer -- Franklin D. Roosevelt, first inaugural address, 1933 / Frank Freidel -- Franklin D. Roosevelt, "Quarantine" address, 1937 / William E. Leuchtenburg -- Albert Einstein, Letter to Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1939 / Donald Fleming -- Wendell L. Wilkie, One world, 1943 / Max Lerner -- George C. Marshall, the Marshall Plan, 1947 / Hans J. Morgenthau -- Harry S. Truman, the Point IV program, 1949 / Herbert Feis -- William Faulkner, Speech on acceptance of the Nobel Prize, 1950 / Richard Ellmann -- The United States Supreme Court, Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, 1954 / Harry W. Jones -- John F. Kennedy, Inaugural address, 1961 / James MacGregor Burns -- Lyndon B. Johnson, Address on voting rights, 1965 / Oscar Handlin
Control code
420737
Dimensions
27 cm
Extent
2 volumes (xvii, 994 pages)
Lccn
66020576
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
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System control number
(WaOLN)400366
Label
An American primer, edited by Daniel J. Boorstin
Publication
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Carrier category code
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Contents
  • Benjamin Franklin, Father Abraham's speech, or, the way to wealth, 1757
  • Frederick Jackson Turner, The significance of the frontier in American history, 1893
  • Ray Allen Billington
  • Richard Warren Sears, Cheapest supply house on earth, 1894
  • John E. Jeuck
  • Louis H. Sullivan, The tall office building artistically considered, 1896
  • Carl W. Condit
  • William Jennings Bryan, "Cross of gold" speech, 1896
  • Richard Hofstadter
  • William Allen White, What's the matter with Kansas? 1896
  • Walter Johnson
  • Leonard W. Labaree
  • Oliver Wendell Homes, Jr., The path of the law, 1897
  • Lon L. Fuller
  • John Dewey, My pedagogic creed, 1897
  • Lawrence A. Cremin
  • Albert J. Beveridge, The march of the flag, 1898
  • Ernest R. May
  • John Wanamaker, On the department store, 1900
  • Malcolm P. McNair
  • Jacob Riis, Introduction to "The Battle with the Slum," 1902
  • Richard C. Wade
  • Logan's speech, 1774
  • Lincoln Steffens, The shame of the cities, 1902-1904
  • Arthur Mann
  • Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., Two dissenting opinions, 1904-1919
  • Paul A. Freund
  • William L. Riordon, Plunkitt of Tammany Hall, 1905
  • John P. Roche
  • William James, Pragmatism, 1907
  • Sidney Hook
  • Theodore Roosevelt, The new nationalism, 1910
  • Elting E. Morison
  • Wilcomb E. Washburn
  • Walter Rauschenbusch, Prayers of the social awakening, 1910
  • Winthrop S. Hudson
  • Frederick W. Taylor, On scientific management, 1912
  • Daniel Bell
  • Calvin Coolidge, Have faith in Massachusetts, 1914
  • Walter Muir Whitehill
  • Louis D. Brandeis, The curse of bigness, 1915
  • Alpheus Thomas Mason
  • Woodrow Wilson, "Fourteen points" address, 1918
  • Arthur S. Link
  • Thomas Jefferson, the Declaration of Independence
  • Henry Cabot Lodge, Speech on the League of Nations, 1919
  • John A. Garraty
  • H.L. Mencken, Preface to "The American language," 1919
  • Thomas Pyles
  • Herbert Hoover, on American individualism, 1928
  • Irvin G. Wyllie
  • Sinclair Lewis, The American fear of literature, 1930
  • Mark Schorer
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt, first inaugural address, 1933
  • Frank Freidel
  • Henry Steele Commager
  • Franklin D. Roosevelt, "Quarantine" address, 1937
  • William E. Leuchtenburg
  • Albert Einstein, Letter to Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1939
  • Donald Fleming
  • Wendell L. Wilkie, One world, 1943
  • Max Lerner
  • George C. Marshall, the Marshall Plan, 1947
  • Hans J. Morgenthau
  • Harry S. Truman, the Point IV program, 1949
  • Herbert Feis
  • Benjamin Franklin, Address to the Federal Convention, 1787
  • William Faulkner, Speech on acceptance of the Nobel Prize, 1950
  • Richard Ellmann
  • The United States Supreme Court, Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, 1954
  • Harry W. Jones
  • John F. Kennedy, Inaugural address, 1961
  • James MacGregor Burns
  • Lyndon B. Johnson, Address on voting rights, 1965
  • Oscar Handlin
  • Ralph L. Ketcham
  • The Constitution of the United States of America, 1787, The preamble
  • Clarence L. Ver Steeg
  • The Mayflower Compact, 1620
  • Article I
  • C. Herman Pritchett
  • Article II
  • Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.
  • Article III
  • David Fellman
  • Article IV
  • J.A.C. Grant
  • Article V. and the amending process
  • Philip B. Kurland
  • Samuel Eliot Morison
  • Article VI and VII
  • Alfred H. Kelly
  • The Bill of Rights: amendments, I-X
  • Milton R. Konvitz
  • The Civil War amendments: XIII-XV
  • Francis A. Allen
  • George Washington, first inaugural address, 1789
  • Clinton Rossiter
  • Alexander Hamilton, Report on manufactures, 1791
  • Thomas C. Cochran
  • John Winthrop, A modell of Christian charity, 1630
  • George Washington, farewell address, 1796
  • Richard B. Morris
  • Thomas Jefferson, first inaugural address, 1901
  • Dumas Malone
  • Jacob Henry, On religion and elective office, 1809
  • Joseph L. Blau
  • John Adams, What do we mean by the American Revolution? 1818
  • L.H. Butterfield
  • John Marshall, M'Culloch v. Maryland, 1819
  • Robert G. McCloskey
  • Lawrence W. Towner
  • James Monroe, the Monroe Doctrine, 1823
  • Dexter Perkins
  • Andrew Jackson, The majority is to govern, 1829
  • John William Ward
  • William Lloyd Garrison, Prospectus for the "Liberator," 1831
  • Kenneth M. Stampp
  • Ralph Waldo Emerson, the American Scholar, 1937
  • Robert E. Spiller
  • Lemuel Shaw, Commonwealth v. Hunt, 1842
  • Leonard W. Levy
  • Mary Easty, Petition of an accused witch, 1692
  • Henry David Thoreau, Civil disobedience, 1846
  • Frederick B. Toles
  • Horace Mann, Report of the Massachusetts Board of Education, 1848
  • Ralph H. Gabriel
  • The Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions, 1848
  • Barbara M. Soloman
  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Address on the divorce bill, 1861
  • Nelson M. Blake
  • Julia Ward Howe, The Battle Hymn of the Republic, 1861
  • William G. McLoughlin
  • Edmund S. Morgan
  • The Homestead Act, 1862
  • Paul W. Gates
  • Abraham Lincoln, Second annual message to congress, 1862
  • Roy F. Nichols
  • Abraham Lincoln, The Emancipation Proclamation, 1863
  • John Hope Franklin
  • Abraham Lincoln, The Gettysburg Address, 1863
  • Allan Nevins
  • Abraham Lincoln, Second Inaugural Address, 1865
  • Paul M. Angle
  • Gabriel Thomas, An account of Pennsylvania, 1698
  • Ulysses S. Grant, Terms of surrender for the army of northern Virginia, 1865
  • T. Harry Williams
  • The oath of office, 1868
  • Harold M. Hyman
  • The ballad of John Henry, c. 1872
  • Richard M. Dorson
  • Mary Baker Eddy, Science and health, 1875
  • Martin E. Marty
  • Emma Lazarus, The new colossus, 1883
  • John Higham
  • David M. Potter
  • Henry W. Grady, the new south, 1886
  • Thomas D. Clark
  • James Cardinal Gibbons, The question of the "Knights of Labor," 1887
  • John Tracy Ellis
  • Thomas Alva Edison, On the industrial research laboratory, 1887
  • Matthew Josephson
  • Andrew Carnegie, Wealth, 1889
  • Robert H. Bremner
  • People's party platform, 1892
  • John D. Hicks
  • The Mayflower Compact, 1620 / Samuel Eliot Morison -- John Winthrop, A modell of Christian charity, 1630 / Lawrence W. Towner -- Mary Easty, Petition of an accused witch, 1692 / Edmund S. Morgan -- Gabriel Thomas, An account of Pennsylvania, 1698 / David M. Potter -- Benjamin Franklin, Father Abraham's speech, or, the way to wealth, 1757 / Leonard W. Labaree -- Logan's speech, 1774 / Wilcomb E. Washburn -- Thomas Jefferson, the Declaration of Independence / Henry Steele Commager -- Benjamin Franklin, Address to the Federal Convention, 1787 / Ralph L. Ketcham -- The Constitution of the United States of America, 1787, The preamble / Clarence L. Ver Steeg ; Article I, C. Herman Pritchett ; Article II, Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. ; Article III, David Fellman ; Article IV, J.A.C. Grant ; Article V. and the ammending process, Philip B. Kurland ; Article VI and VII, Alfred H. Kelly ; The Bill of Rights: amendments, I-X, Milton R. Konvitz ; The Civil War amendments: XIII-XV, Francis A. Allen -- George Washington, first inaugural address, 1789 / Clinton Rossiter -- Alexander Hamilton, Report on manufactures, 1791 / Thomas C. Cochran -- George Washington, farewell address, 1796 / Richard B. Morris -- Thomas Jefferson, first inaugural address, 1901 / Dumas Malone -- Jacob Henry, On religion and elective office, 1809 / Joseph L. Blau -- John Adams, What do we mean by the American Revolution? 1818 / L.H. Butterfield -- John Marshall, M'Culloch v. Maryland, 1819 / Robert G. McCloskey -- James Monroe, the Monroe Doctrine, 1823 / Dexter Perkins -- Andrew Jackson, The majority is to govern, 1829 / John William Ward -- William Lloyd Garrison, Prospectus for the "Liberator," 1831 / Kenneth M. Stampp -- Ralph Waldo Emerson, the American Scholar, 1937 / Robert E. Spiller -- Lemuel Shaw, Commonwealth v. Hunt, 1842 / Leonard W. Levy -- Henry David Thoreau, Civil disobedience, 1846 / Frederick B. Toles -- Horace Mann, Report of the Massachusetts Board of Education, 1848 / Ralph H. Gabriel -- The Seneca Falls Declaration of Sentiments and Resolutions, 1848 / Barbara M. Soloman -- Elizabeth Cady Stanton, Address on the divorce bill, 1861 / Nelson M. Blake -- Julia Ward Howe, The Battle Hymn of the Republic, 1861 / William G. McLoughlin -- The Homestead Act, 1862 / Paul W. Gates -- Abraham Lincoln, Second annual message to congress, 1862 / Roy F. Nichols -- Abraham Lincoln, The Emancipation Proclamation, 1863 / John Hope Franklin -- Abraham Lincoln, The Gettysburg Address, 1863 / Allan Nevins -- Abraham Lincoln, Second Inaugural Address, 1865 / Paul M. Angle -- Ulysses S. Grant, Terms of surrender for the army of northern Virginia, 1865 / T. Harry Williams -- The oath of office, 1868 / Harold M. Hyman -- The ballad of John Henry, c. 1872 / Richard M. Dorson -- Mary Baker Eddy, Science and health, 1875 / Martin E. Marty -- Emma Lazarus, The new colossus, 1883 / John Higham -- Henry W. Grady, the new south, 1886 / Thomas D. Clark -- James Cardinal Gibbons, The question of the "Knights of Labor," 1887 / John Tracy Ellis
  • Thomas Alva Edison, On the industrial research laboratory, 1887 / Matthew Jospehson -- Andrew Carnegie, Wealth, 1889 / Robert H. Bremner -- People's party platform, 1892 / John D. Hicks --Frederick Jackson Turner, The significance of the frontier in American history, 1893 / Ray Allen Billington -- Richard Warren Sears, Cheapest supply house on earth, 1894 / John E. Jeuck -- Louis H. Sullivan, The tall office building artistically considered, 1896 / Carl W. Condit -- William Jennings Bryant " Cross of gold" speech, 1896 / Richard Hofstadter -- William Allen White, What's the matter with Kansas? 1896 / Walter Johnson -- Oliver Wendell Homes, Jr., The path of the law, 1897 / Lon L. Fuller -- John Dewey, My pedagogic creed, 1897 / Lawrence A. Cremin -- Albert J. Beveridge, The march of the flag, 1898 / Ernest R. May -- John Wanamaker, On the department store, 1900 / Malcolm P. McNair -- Jacob Riis, Introduction to "The Battle with the Slum," 1902 / Richard C. Wade -- Lincoln Steffens, The shame of the cities, 1902-1904 / Arthur Mann -- Oliver Wendall Holmes, Jr., Two dissenting opinions, 1904-1919 / Paul A. Freund -- William L. Riordon, Plunkitt of Tammany Hall, 1905 / John P. Roche -- William James, Pragmatism, 1907 / Sidney Hook -- Theodore Roosevelt, The new nationalism, 1910 / Elting E. Morison -- Walter Rauschenbusch, Prayers of the social awakening, 1910 / Winthrop S. Hudson -- Frederick W. Taylor, On scientific management, 1912 / Daniel Bell -- Calvin Coolidge, Have faith in Massachusetts, 1914 / Walter Muir Whitehill -- Louis D. Brandeis, The curse of bigness, 1915 / Alpheus Thomas Mason -- Woodrow Wilson, "Fourteen points" address, 1918 / Arthus S. Link -- Henry Cabot Lodge, Speech on the League of Nations, 1919 / John A. Garraty -- H.L. Mencken, Preface to "The American language," 1919 / Thomas Pyles -- Herbert Hoover, on American individualsim, 1928 / Irvin G. Wyllie -- Sinclair Lewis, The American fear of literature, 1930 / Mark Schorer -- Franklin D. Roosevelt, first inaugural address, 1933 / Frank Freidel -- Franklin D. Roosevelt, "Quarantine" address, 1937 / William E. Leuchtenburg -- Albert Einstein, Letter to Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1939 / Donald Fleming -- Wendell L. Wilkie, One world, 1943 / Max Lerner -- George C. Marshall, the Marshall Plan, 1947 / Hans J. Morgenthau -- Harry S. Truman, the Point IV program, 1949 / Herbert Feis -- William Faulkner, Speech on acceptance of the Nobel Prize, 1950 / Richard Ellmann -- The United States Supreme Court, Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka, 1954 / Harry W. Jones -- John F. Kennedy, Inaugural address, 1961 / James MacGregor Burns -- Lyndon B. Johnson, Address on voting rights, 1965 / Oscar Handlin
Control code
420737
Dimensions
27 cm
Extent
2 volumes (xvii, 994 pages)
Lccn
66020576
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
(WaOLN)400366

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