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Index 625
52
The Background of New England Colonization
56
The Puritans Massachusetts
62
Rhode Island
68
IX
79
The Carolinas
86
New Jersey
95
XI
102
Social and Political Conditions
109
XII
115
Georgia
121
The Border Warfare of the French and the English
128
The French and Indian War 17551763
135
Before the French and Indian War
138
XIV
141
Early Settlements in the Upper Ohio Valley
143
XV
150
XVI
159
Party Divisions Lawlessness
165
XVII
171
The British Expelled from Boston
178
The Campaign at the North
185
The War at the South
192
The United States after the Treaty of 1783
196
The Treaty of Peace of 1783
197
The Evil Days of the Confederation
203
XX
211
The Ratification of the Constitution
217
The Financial Measures of the New Government
230
The Retirement of Washington and the Election of John
237
XXIII
243
A WestwardMoving People
249
Our Country in 1800
252
XXIV
255
The Unfriendly Conduct of England and France
262
The War of 1812
270
XXVI
278
Louisiana Mississippi Ala
285
The Stages of Frontier Development Frontier Life
291
The United States in 1821
292
The Missouri Compromise
297
The Tariff of 1824
303
Jackson and the Offices
310
XXIX
318
XXX
326
Commercial and Industrial Progress
333
XXXI
344
The Acquisition of California and New Mexico
351
XXXII
357
The United States in 1840
358
Oregon California
362
XXXIII
369
Moral and Industrial Aspects of Slavery
376
The Compromises of 1850
383
The Repeal of the Missouri Compromise 1854
389
THE RISE OF THE REPUBLICAN PARTY 18541860 pAGE 127 The Beginnings of the Republican Party
393
The Dred Scott Decision
399
The United States in 1861
424
The Inactivity of the Federal Government Efforts of Com promise
427
Preparation for War the Second Secession
431
The North and the South
433
1861
437
The Blockade The Trent Affair
439
Organization and Plan of Campaign
441
The War in the West 1862
444
The War in the East March 1862May 1863
447
Emancipation
453
The War in 1863
456
The Close of the Struggle
459
WAR TIMES NORTH AND SOUTH 149 Keeping the Ranks Filled
465
Meeting the Expenses of the War
467
Industry and Commerce in War Times
470
War Time Politics
473
THE WORK OF RECONSTRUCTION 153 Lincolns Policy of Reconstruction His Assassination
476
Johnsons Efforts in the Work of Reconstruction
478
The Congressional Plan of Reconstruction
479
The Quarrel Between the President and Congress Impeach ment
484
The Growth of the United States from 1776 to 1867
486
The Final Measures of Reconstruction
487
EIGHT YEARS OF TROUBLOUS TIMES 18691877 PAGE 158 Western Development 18621877
490
Industrial Prosperity and Industrial Reverses
493
The Currency and the Tariff
496
The Aftermath of Reconstruction
499
Corruption in High Places
500
The Election of 1876
502
EIGHT YEARS OF WONDROUS GROWTH 18771885
505
Industrial Progress 18771885
509
Progress in Education
515
The Growth of Cities
518
The Growth of Labor Organizations
519
The Election of Grover Cleveland
521
THE BEGINNING OF A NEW INDUSTRIAL ERA 18851897
524
The New Northwest and the New Southwest
530
The Surplus The Tariff and the Trusts
533
Four Years of Financial and Industrial Depression 1893
537
The Election of 1896
542
THE UNITED STATES AS A WORLD POWER 175 The Dingley Bill
546
Intervention in Cuba the Spanish War Expansion
547
The Reelection of McKinley His Assassination
554
Roosevelt Continues the Policy of McKinley 19011905
556
A PROGRESSIVE ERA 19031914
564
The Rule of the People
569
Commercial and Industrial Progress 19001912
573
The Roosevelt Policies 19051909
578
The Administration of President Taft 19091913
580
The Election of 1912
585
THE WILSON ADMINISTRATION 185 Three Great Laws
588
Grave International Problems
591
Progress in Reform
594
War with Germany
596
Peace and Reconstruction
602
The New West 53
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第 380 頁 - Provided, That as an express and fundamental condition to, the acquisition of any territory from the Republic of Mexico by the United States, by virtue of any treaty which may be negotiated between them, and to the use by the Executive of the moneys herein appropriated, neither Slavery nor involuntary servitude shall ever exist in any part of said territory, except for crime, whereof the party shall first be duly convicted.
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