The Cambridge Modern History/Volume VII

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The Cambridge Modern History  (1903) 
Volume VII: The United States
Index page: Cambridge_Modern_History_Volume_7.djvu

CONTENTS


 —
 
Preface
     By A. W. Ward, G. W. Prothero and Stanley Leathes
Chapter     I.
 
The First Century of English Colonisation (1607-1700)
     By John Andrew Doyle
II.
 
The English Colonies (1700-1763)
     By John Andrew Doyle
III.
 
The French in America (1608-1744)
     By Mary Bateson
IV.
 
The Conquest of Canada (1744-1761)
     By Arthur Granville Bradley
V.
 
The Quarrel with Great Britain (1761-1776)
     By John Andrew Doyle
VI.
 
The Declaration of Independence (1761-1776)
     By Melville Madison Bigelow
VII.
 
The War of Independence (1776-1783)
     By John Andrew Doyle
VIII.
 
The Constitution (1776-1789)
     By Melville Madison Bigelow
IX.
 
The Struggle for Commercial Independence (1783-1812)
     By John Bach McMaster
X.
 
The War of 1812-1815
     By Herbert Wrigley Wilson
XI.
 
The Growth of the Nation (1815-1828)
     By John Bach McMaster
XII.
 
Commerce, Expansion, and Slavery (1828-1850)
     By John Bach McMaster
XIII.
 
State Rights (1850-1860)
     By Woodrow Wilson
XIV.
 
The Civil War: I (1861)
     By John George Nicolay
XV.
 
The Civil War: II (1862-1863)
     By John George Nicolay
XVI.
 
The Civil War: III (1864-1865)
     By John George Nicolay
XVII.
 
Naval Operations of the Civil War (1861-1865)
     By Herbert Wrigley Wilson
XVIII.
 
The North during the War (1861-1865)
     By John George Nicolay
XIX.
 
The South during the War (1861-1865)
     By John Christopher Schwab
XX.
 
Political Reconstruction (1865-1885)
     By Theodore Clarke Smith
XXI.
 
The United States as a World-Power (1885-1902)
     By John Bassett Moore
XXII.
 
Economic Development of the United States
     By Henry Crosby Emery
XXIII.
 
The American Intellect
     By Barrett Wendell
   
 — Bibliographies
 — Chronological Table
 — Index


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