Great Issues in American History: From Settlement to Revolution, 1584-1776
Great Issues in American History: From Settlement to Revolution, 1584-1776   -     By: Clarence Ver Steeg, Richard Hofstadter
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Great Issues in American History: From Settlement to Revolution, 1584-1776

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This second volume of Great Issues in American History-three volumes that cover the history of America from its settlement to the present-gathers significant documents from a hundred years of fervent debate, from the period of the Revolution through the period of Federalists and Republicans, The Jacksonian Era, up to the Civil War and the emancipation of the slaves. To fit both Colonial and Early National Courses, documents covering 1765-1776 appear at the beginning of this volume and at the end of Volume I. Volume I: From Settlement to Revolution, 1584-1176 #708423 (sold separately) Volume III: From Reconstruction to the Present Day,1864-1981 #

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Format: Paperback
Vendor: Random House
Publication Date: 1969
Dimensions: 7.23 X 4.39 X 1.02 (inches)
ISBN: 0394705408
ISBN-13: 9780394705408

Author Bio

Richard Hofstadter (1916–1970) was one of the leading American historians and intellectuals of the twentieth century. Throughout his career, he worked at many universities, most recently as the DeWitt Clinton Professor of History at Columbia University. His works include the Pulitzer Prize–winning The Age of Reform and Anti-intellectualism in American Life.

Clarence L. Ver Steeg was a distinguished historian and scholar. He taught history at Northwestern University for decades and served as the dean of the graduate school for 11 years. Northwestern recognized his contributions by establishing the Clarence L. Ver Steeg Professorship in the Arts and Sciences. He published 11 monographs and textbooks, dozens of scholarly articles, and more than 100 book reviews. Ver Steeg passed away in 2007.

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