Formation of the Union, 1750-1829
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Formation of the Union, 1750-1829

By Albert Bushnell Hart
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Table of Contents
  • PREFACE TO THE FIRST EDITION.
  • PREFACE TO THE EIGHTH EDITION.
  • SUGGESTIONS FOR READERS AND TEACHERS.
  • STUDENTS' REFERENCE LIBRARY.
    • SCHOOL REFERENCE LIBRARY.
      • LARGER REFERENCE LIBRARY.
      • SOURCES.
    • LARGER REFERENCE LIBRARY.
    • SOURCES.
  • CONTENTS.
    • CHAPTER I. THE AMERICANS IN 1750. 1. References—2. Colonial geography—3. The people and their distribution—4. Inherited institutions—5. Colonial development of English institutions—6. Local government in the colonies—7. Colonial government—8. English control of the colonies—9. Social and economic conditions—10. Colonial slavery.
  • LIST OF MAPS.
    • CHAPTER I.
      • 1. REFERENCES
      • 2. COLONIAL GEOGRAPHY.
      • 3. THE PEOPLE AND THEIR DISTRIBUTION.
      • 4. INHERITED INSTITUTIONS.
      • 5. COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH INSTITUTIONS.
      • 6. LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN THE COLONIES.
      • 7. COLONIAL GOVERNMENT.
      • 8. ENGLISH CONTROL OF THE COLONIES.
      • 9. SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CONDITIONS.
    • 1. REFERENCES
    • 2. COLONIAL GEOGRAPHY.
    • 3. THE PEOPLE AND THEIR DISTRIBUTION.
    • 4. INHERITED INSTITUTIONS.
    • 5. COLONIAL DEVELOPMENT OF ENGLISH INSTITUTIONS.
    • 6. LOCAL GOVERNMENT IN THE COLONIES.
    • 7. COLONIAL GOVERNMENT.
    • 8. ENGLISH CONTROL OF THE COLONIES.
    • 9. SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC CONDITIONS.
  • CHAPTER II.
    • 11. REFERENCES.
      • 12. RIVAL CLAIMS IN NORTH AMERICA (1690-1754).
      • 13. COLLISIONS ON THE FRONTIER (1749-1754).
      • 14. THE STRENGTH OF THE PARTIES (1754).
      • 15. CONGRESS OF ALBANY (1754).
      • 16. MILITARY OPERATIONS (1755-1757).
      • 17. THE CONQUEST OF CANADA (1756-1780).
      • 18. GEOGRAPHICAL RESULTS OF THE WAR (1763).
      • 19. THE COLONIES DURING THE WAR (1754-1763).
      • 20. POLITICAL EFFECTS OF THE WAR (1763).
    • 12. RIVAL CLAIMS IN NORTH AMERICA (1690-1754).
    • 13. COLLISIONS ON THE FRONTIER (1749-1754).
    • 14. THE STRENGTH OF THE PARTIES (1754).
    • 15. CONGRESS OF ALBANY (1754).
    • 16. MILITARY OPERATIONS (1755-1757).
    • 17. THE CONQUEST OF CANADA (1756-1780).
    • 18. GEOGRAPHICAL RESULTS OF THE WAR (1763).
    • 19. THE COLONIES DURING THE WAR (1754-1763).
    • 20. POLITICAL EFFECTS OF THE WAR (1763).
  • CHAPTER III.
    • 21. REFERENCES.
      • 22. THE CONDITION OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE (1763).
      • 23. NEW SCHEMES OF COLONIAL CONTROL (1763).
      • 24. WRITS OF ASSISTANCE (1761-1764).
      • 25. THE STAMP ACT (1763-1765).
      • 26. THE STAMP ACT CONGRESS (1765.)
      • 27. REVENUE ACTS (1767).
      • 28. COLONIAL PROTESTS AND REPEAL (1767-1770).
      • 29. SPIRIT OF VIOLENCE IN THE COLONIES (1770-1773).
      • 30. COERCIVE ACTS OF 1774.
      • 31. THE FIRST CONTINENTAL CONGRESS (1774).
      • 32. OUTBREAK OF HOSTILITIES (1775).
      • 33. JUSTIFICATION OF THE REVOLUTION.
    • 22. THE CONDITION OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE (1763).
    • 23. NEW SCHEMES OF COLONIAL CONTROL (1763).
    • 24. WRITS OF ASSISTANCE (1761-1764).
    • 25. THE STAMP ACT (1763-1765).
    • 26. THE STAMP ACT CONGRESS (1765.)
    • 27. REVENUE ACTS (1767).
    • 28. COLONIAL PROTESTS AND REPEAL (1767-1770).
    • 29. SPIRIT OF VIOLENCE IN THE COLONIES (1770-1773).
    • 30. COERCIVE ACTS OF 1774.
    • 31. THE FIRST CONTINENTAL CONGRESS (1774).
    • 32. OUTBREAK OF HOSTILITIES (1775).
    • 33. JUSTIFICATION OF THE REVOLUTION.
  • CHAPTER IV.
    • 34. REFERENCES.
      • 35. THE STRENGTH OF THE COMBATANTS (1775).
      • 36. THE SECOND CONTINENTAL CONGRESS (1775).
      • 37. THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT FORMED (1775).
      • 38. INDEPENDENCE DECLARED (1776).
      • 39. NEW STATE GOVERNMENTS FORMED (1775-1777).
      • 40. THE FIRST PERIOD OF THE WAR (1775-1778).
      • 41. FOREIGN RELATIONS (1776-1780).
      • 42. THE WAR ENDED (1778-1782).
      • 43. FINANCES OF THE REVOLUTION (1775-1783).
      • 44. INTERNAL DIFFICULTIES (1775-1782).
      • 45. FORMATION OF A CONSTITUTION (1776-1781).
      • 46. PEACE NEGOTIATED (1779-1782).
      • 47. POLITICAL EFFECTS OF THE WAR.
    • 35. THE STRENGTH OF THE COMBATANTS (1775).
    • 36. THE SECOND CONTINENTAL CONGRESS (1775).
    • 37. THE NATIONAL GOVERNMENT FORMED (1775).
    • 38. INDEPENDENCE DECLARED (1776).
    • 39. NEW STATE GOVERNMENTS FORMED (1775-1777).
    • 40. THE FIRST PERIOD OF THE WAR (1775-1778).
    • 41. FOREIGN RELATIONS (1776-1780).
    • 42. THE WAR ENDED (1778-1782).
    • 43. FINANCES OF THE REVOLUTION (1775-1783).
    • 44. INTERNAL DIFFICULTIES (1775-1782).
    • 45. FORMATION OF A CONSTITUTION (1776-1781).
    • 46. PEACE NEGOTIATED (1779-1782).
    • 47. POLITICAL EFFECTS OF THE WAR.
  • CHAPTER V.
    • 48. REFERENCES
      • 49. THE UNITED STATES IN 1781.
      • 60. FORM OF THE GOVERNMENT (1781-1788.)
      • 51. DISBANDMENT OF THE ARMY (1783.)
      • 52. TERRITORIAL SETTLEMENT WITH THE STATES (1781-1802).
      • 53. FINANCES (1781-1788).
      • 54. DISORDERS IN THE STATES (1781-1788).
      • 55. SLAVERY (1777-1788).
      • 56. FOREIGN RELATIONS AND COMMERCE (1781-1788).
      • 57. DISINTEGRATION OF THE UNION (1786, 1787).
      • 58. REORGANIZATION ATTEMPTED (1781-1787).
    • 49. THE UNITED STATES IN 1781.
    • 60. FORM OF THE GOVERNMENT (1781-1788.)
    • 51. DISBANDMENT OF THE ARMY (1783.)
    • 52. TERRITORIAL SETTLEMENT WITH THE STATES (1781-1802).
    • 53. FINANCES (1781-1788).
    • 54. DISORDERS IN THE STATES (1781-1788).
    • 55. SLAVERY (1777-1788).
    • 56. FOREIGN RELATIONS AND COMMERCE (1781-1788).
    • 57. DISINTEGRATION OF THE UNION (1786, 1787).
    • 58. REORGANIZATION ATTEMPTED (1781-1787).
  • CHAPTER VI.
    • 59. REFERENCES.
      • 60. THE FEDERAL CONVENTION ASSEMBLED (1787).
      • 61. DIFFICULTIES OF THE CONVENTION (1787).
      • 62. SOURCES OF THE CONSTITUTION.
      • 63. THE GREAT COMPROMISES (1787).
      • 64. DETAILS OF THE CONSTITUTION (1787).
      • 65. DIFFICULTIES OF RATIFICATION (1787, 1788).
      • 66. STATE CONVENTIONS (1787, 1788).
      • 67. EXPIRATION OF THE CONFEDERATION (1788).
      • 68. WAS THE CONSTITUTION A COMPACT?
    • 60. THE FEDERAL CONVENTION ASSEMBLED (1787).
    • 61. DIFFICULTIES OF THE CONVENTION (1787).
    • 62. SOURCES OF THE CONSTITUTION.
    • 63. THE GREAT COMPROMISES (1787).
    • 64. DETAILS OF THE CONSTITUTION (1787).
    • 65. DIFFICULTIES OF RATIFICATION (1787, 1788).
    • 66. STATE CONVENTIONS (1787, 1788).
    • 67. EXPIRATION OF THE CONFEDERATION (1788).
    • 68. WAS THE CONSTITUTION A COMPACT?
  • CHAPTER VII.
    • 69. REFERENCES.
      • 70. GEOGRAPHY OF THE UNITED STATES IN 1789.
      • 71. THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES IN 1789.
      • 72. POLITICAL METHODS IN 1789.
      • 73. ORGANIZATION OF CONGRESS (1789).
      • 74. ORGANIZATION OF THE EXECUTIVE (1789, 1790).
      • 75. ORGANIZATION OF THE COURTS (1789-1793).
      • 76. REVENUE AND PROTECTION (1789-1792).
      • 77. NATIONAL AND STATE DEBTS (1789, 1790).
      • 78. UNITED STATES BANK (1791, 1792).
      • 79. SLAVERY QUESTIONS (1789-1798).
      • 80. THE SUCCESS OF THE NEW GOVERNMENT.
    • 70. GEOGRAPHY OF THE UNITED STATES IN 1789.
    • 71. THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES IN 1789.
    • 72. POLITICAL METHODS IN 1789.
    • 73. ORGANIZATION OF CONGRESS (1789).
    • 74. ORGANIZATION OF THE EXECUTIVE (1789, 1790).
    • 75. ORGANIZATION OF THE COURTS (1789-1793).
    • 76. REVENUE AND PROTECTION (1789-1792).
    • 77. NATIONAL AND STATE DEBTS (1789, 1790).
    • 78. UNITED STATES BANK (1791, 1792).
    • 79. SLAVERY QUESTIONS (1789-1798).
    • 80. THE SUCCESS OF THE NEW GOVERNMENT.
  • CHAPTER VIII.
    • 81. REFERENCES.
      • 82. FORMATION OF POLITICAL PARTIES (1792-1794).
      • 83. WAR BETWEEN FRANCE AND ENGLAND (1793).
      • 84. AMERICAN NEUTRALITY (1793).
      • 85. THE JAY TREATY (1794-1796).
      • 86. THE WHISKEY REBELLION (1794).
      • 87. ELECTION OF JOHN ADAMS (1796).
      • 88. BREACH WITH FRANCE (1795-1798).
      • 89. ALIEN AND SEDITION ACTS (1798).
      • 90. VIRGINIA AND KENTUCKY RESOLUTIONS (1798-1800).
      • 91. ELECTION OF 1800-1801.
      • 92. CAUSES OF THE FALL OF THE FEDERALISTS.
    • 82. FORMATION OF POLITICAL PARTIES (1792-1794).
    • 83. WAR BETWEEN FRANCE AND ENGLAND (1793).
    • 84. AMERICAN NEUTRALITY (1793).
    • 85. THE JAY TREATY (1794-1796).
    • 86. THE WHISKEY REBELLION (1794).
    • 87. ELECTION OF JOHN ADAMS (1796).
    • 88. BREACH WITH FRANCE (1795-1798).
    • 89. ALIEN AND SEDITION ACTS (1798).
    • 90. VIRGINIA AND KENTUCKY RESOLUTIONS (1798-1800).
    • 91. ELECTION OF 1800-1801.
    • 92. CAUSES OF THE FALL OF THE FEDERALISTS.
  • CHAPTER IX.
    • 93. REFERENCES.
      • 94. THE POLITICAL REVOLUTION OF 1801.
      • 95. JEFFERSON'S CIVIL SERVICE (1801-1803).
      • 96. ATTACK ON THE JUDICIARY (1801-1805).
      • 97. THE POLICY OF RETRENCHMENT (1801-1809).
      • 98. BARBARY WARS (1801-1806).
      • 99. ANNEXATION OF LOUISIANA (1803).
      • 100. FEDERAL SCHEMES OF DISUNION (1803-1809).
      • 101. THE BURR CONSPIRACY (1806-1807).
      • 102. AGGRESSIONS ON NEUTRAL TRADE (1803-1807).
      • 103. POLICY OF NON-RESISTANCE (1805-1807).
      • 104. THE EMBARGO (1807-1808).
      • 105. REPEAL OF THE EMBARGO (1809).
    • 94. THE POLITICAL REVOLUTION OF 1801.
    • 95. JEFFERSON'S CIVIL SERVICE (1801-1803).
    • 96. ATTACK ON THE JUDICIARY (1801-1805).
    • 97. THE POLICY OF RETRENCHMENT (1801-1809).
    • 98. BARBARY WARS (1801-1806).
    • 99. ANNEXATION OF LOUISIANA (1803).
    • 100. FEDERAL SCHEMES OF DISUNION (1803-1809).
    • 101. THE BURR CONSPIRACY (1806-1807).
    • 102. AGGRESSIONS ON NEUTRAL TRADE (1803-1807).
    • 103. POLICY OF NON-RESISTANCE (1805-1807).
    • 104. THE EMBARGO (1807-1808).
    • 105. REPEAL OF THE EMBARGO (1809).
  • CHAPTER X.
    • 106. REFERENCES.
      • 107. NON-INTERCOURSE LAWS (1809, 1810).
      • 108. FRUITLESS NEGOTIATIONS (1809-1811).
      • 109. THE WAR PARTY (1811).
      • 110. STRENGTH OF THE COMBATANTS (1812).
      • 111. WAR ON THE NORTHERN FRONTIER (1812, 1813).
      • 112. NAVAL WARFARE (1812-1815).
      • 113. DISASTROUS CAMPAIGN OF 1814.
      • 114. QUESTION OF THE MILITIA (1812-1814).
      • 115. SECESSION MOVEMENT IN NEW ENGLAND (1814).
      • 116. THE PEACE OF GHENT (1812-1814).
      • 117. POLITICAL EFFECTS OF THE WAR (1815).
    • 107. NON-INTERCOURSE LAWS (1809, 1810).
    • 108. FRUITLESS NEGOTIATIONS (1809-1811).
    • 109. THE WAR PARTY (1811).
    • 110. STRENGTH OF THE COMBATANTS (1812).
    • 111. WAR ON THE NORTHERN FRONTIER (1812, 1813).
    • 112. NAVAL WARFARE (1812-1815).
    • 113. DISASTROUS CAMPAIGN OF 1814.
    • 114. QUESTION OF THE MILITIA (1812-1814).
    • 115. SECESSION MOVEMENT IN NEW ENGLAND (1814).
    • 116. THE PEACE OF GHENT (1812-1814).
    • 117. POLITICAL EFFECTS OF THE WAR (1815).
  • CHAPTER XI
    • 118. REFERENCES.
      • 119. CONDITIONS OF NATIONAL GROWTH (1815).
      • 120. THE SECOND UNITED STATES BANK (1816).
      • 121. INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS (1806-1817).
      • 122. THE FIRST PROTECTIVE TARIFF (1816).
      • 123. MONROE'S ADMINISTRATION (1817-1825).
      • 124. TERRITORIAL EXTENSION (1805-1819).
      • 125. JUDICIAL DECISIONS (1812-1824).
      • 126. THE SLAVERY QUESTION REVIVED (1815-1820).
      • 127. THE MISSOURI COMPROMISES (1818-1821),
      • 128. RELATIONS WITH THE LATIN-AMERICAN STATES (1815-1823).
      • 129. THE MONROE DOCTRINE (1823).
    • 119. CONDITIONS OF NATIONAL GROWTH (1815).
    • 120. THE SECOND UNITED STATES BANK (1816).
    • 121. INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS (1806-1817).
    • 122. THE FIRST PROTECTIVE TARIFF (1816).
    • 123. MONROE'S ADMINISTRATION (1817-1825).
    • 124. TERRITORIAL EXTENSION (1805-1819).
    • 125. JUDICIAL DECISIONS (1812-1824).
    • 126. THE SLAVERY QUESTION REVIVED (1815-1820).
    • 127. THE MISSOURI COMPROMISES (1818-1821),
    • 128. RELATIONS WITH THE LATIN-AMERICAN STATES (1815-1823).
    • 129. THE MONROE DOCTRINE (1823).
  • CHAPTER XII.
    • 130. REFERENCES.
      • 131. POLITICAL METHODS IN 1824.
      • 132. THE TARIFF OF 1824 (1816-1824).
      • 133. THE ELECTION OF 1824.
      • 134. THE ELECTION OF 1825.
      • 135. THE PANAMA CONGRESS (1825-1826).
      • 136. INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS (1817-1829).
      • 137. THE CREEK AND CHEROKEE QUESTIONS (1824-1829).
      • 138. THE TARIFF OF ABOMINATIONS (1828).
      • 139. ORGANIZED OPPOSITION TO ADAMS (1825-1829).
      • 140. THE TRIUMPH OF THE PEOPLE (1828).
    • 131. POLITICAL METHODS IN 1824.
    • 132. THE TARIFF OF 1824 (1816-1824).
    • 133. THE ELECTION OF 1824.
    • 134. THE ELECTION OF 1825.
    • 135. THE PANAMA CONGRESS (1825-1826).
    • 136. INTERNAL IMPROVEMENTS (1817-1829).
    • 137. THE CREEK AND CHEROKEE QUESTIONS (1824-1829).
    • 138. THE TARIFF OF ABOMINATIONS (1828).
    • 139. ORGANIZED OPPOSITION TO ADAMS (1825-1829).
    • 140. THE TRIUMPH OF THE PEOPLE (1828).
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