Our Country: A Household History of the United States for All Readers, from the Discovery of America to the Present Time, 第 3 卷

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Political Struggles in Kansas 1390A State Constitution Adopted 1391Violence in Kansas
1391
The Dred Scott Decision 1397Action of the Supreme Court of the United States 1397Early
1399
President Buchanans Course Foreshadowed 14ooCivil War in Kansas and Civil Government
1406
1408The Republican Party 1409A Pretext for Revolution 1410Convention of Democrats
1408
Nominations for President 1414Principles of the Parties 1415Lincoln Elected 1417
1417
Desires for a Royal Government and Aristocratic Privileges 1421Early Preparations
1425
Ordinance of Secession Adopted 1431Public Excitement 1431Signing the Ordinance
1432
Anxiety of the Loyal People 1432Secretary Cobbs Schemes 1433Presidents Message
1438
Interior Department 1443Flight of Secretary Floyd 1443Cabinet Changes 1443South
1444
Southern Confederate Government
1452
Virginians in Charleston p 1466A Cry for Blood 1466Events in Charleston 1467
1467
Joyful Feelings in Charleston 1470Gratitude of the Loyal People Displayed 1470Honors
1476
The People Disfranchised 148oThe National Capital to be Seized 148oDaviss Profes
1485
Sewalls Point 1492Loyalty in Western Virginia 1492Action of the Secessionists 1492
1492
Conventions 1492Creation and Admission of a New State 1493Troops from Beyond
1498
National Troops on the Upper Potomac 1503The Capital in Danger 1503A Gunpowder
1507
Campaign 1514Secessionists Repressed in Baltimore 1515Confederate Privateers 1515
1515
Run and its Effects 1518War in the West 1522General Lyons Campaign 1522Military
1522
Fremont Superseded 1528Battle at Belmont 1529Military Movements in Northwestern
1535
of the British Government and Press 1540President Lincolns Wisdom 1540Release of
1543
West of the Mississippi 1544Missouri Purged of Armed Insurgents 1544The Campaign
1551
Engagements on Land and Water 1555A Desperate Measure Attempted 1555Council
1557
Movement toward Corinth 1562National Army at Pittsburg Landing 1562Buells Army
1563
Mitchels Raid into Alabama 1567Recovered Territory 1567Raid upon a Railway 1568
1568
Coasts 1571Expedition against New Orleans 1572Capture of Forts on the Mississippi
1573
tions 1578Evacuation of Manassas 1579Promenade of the Union Army 1579McClel
1581
Battle at Fair Oaks 1587Stuarts Raid 1589
1589
p591Battles at Savages Station WhiteOak Swamp and Glendale 1591Battle at Malvera
1595
Burnside Succeeds McClellan 1601The Army at Fredericksburg and Battle there
1601
Operations Near 1606Capture of Baton Rouge 1607Destruction of the Arkansas
1608
North Carolina 1668Invasion of Tennessee 1669Hoods Defeats and Escape 1670Con
1675
Panic in Richmond 1680Flight of the Confederate Government 1681Richmond on Fire
1681
The Assassins Fate 1687Johnson President 1687A Murderous Plot 1687Proposal
1689
ment 1703Character of the President 1703Justice for the Freedmen 1704Motives
1709
Reinstated 1715Johnson against Grant 1715Reconstruction Acts 1715A Highhanded
1720
CHAPTER XXVIII
1736
The Panic 1741Indians and Indian Wars 1742The Modocs 1742Cheap Transportation
1744
Subject Presented to Congress 1750Action of Congress 1750Commissioners Appointed
1752
Action of the Government 1754Medals Authorized 1754Exhibition Buildings and their
1760
Products 1761Mineral Wealth 1764Beginning of Manufactures 1765Early Industries
1769
Silver Currency 1775A Presidental Year 1775A Vigorous Political Campaign 1775
1775
Lawlessness in the South 1775Threatened Trouble there Provided Against 1776The Presi
1785
eign Missions 1874The Centenary of Washingtons Inauguration 1874The President
1789
Debt 1792Population in 1880 1792InterOceanic Canal 1792Inauguration of Pres
1796
Chester A Arthur becomes President 1798Trial of the Assassin Guiteau 1799Changes
1802
The Silver Question 1805The Mormon Question 1806Chinese Immigration 1807The
1810
The Ruin of Gen Grant 1811The Greely Arctic Expedition 1812Deaths of Longfellow
1817
the National Treasury 1825The Dangerous Surplus 1825The State of the Navy 1826Sec
1827
Pools and Trusts 1833Trades Unions 1834Knights of Labor 1834The Strikes
1839
Combination and Individual Freedom 1840Employers and Employed 1840Resignation
1845
Speeches by W M Evarts President Cleveland M Lefaivre C M Depew 1848The Fish
1859
Conference of Germany England and America at Washington 1859Suspended but Renewed
1869
1894Appalling Loss of Life 1895Descriptions by Eyewitnesses 1895Johnstown Swept
1894
Bill Passed 1900The Reciprocity Clause 1901The PanAmerican Congress 1901Treaties
1905
1907The Pension Bill 1908International Copyright 1908The Census of 1890 1908
1913
DECLARATION of INDEPENDENCE
1919
ARTICLEs of CoNFEDERATION
1925
THE NATIONAL CoNstitution
1934
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