American history, 1493-1945 : from the Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, New York 1680-1859.
Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital, [2014]-
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Marlborough, England : Adam Matthew Digital, [2014]-
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Module 1, Settlement, commerce, revolution and reform, 1493-1859 --
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Includes material relating to the following organisations: Continental Congress; Society of the Cincinnati; American Anti-Slavery Society; Democratic Party; Federalist Party; Republican Party; United States Military Academy (West Point)
Includes material relating to the following people: Abigail Adams; John Adams; John Quincy Adams; William Alexander, Lord Stirling; John André; Benedict Arnold; Sarah Lyons Flucker Beaumez; James Bowdoin; James Buchanan; Aaron Burr; Pierce Butler; George Clinton; Sir Henry Clinton; Christopher Columbus; Charles Cornwallis, Marquis Cornwallis; Stephen Arnold Douglas; Frederick Douglass; Millard Fillmore; Benjamin Franklin; Thomas Gage; William Lloyd Garrison; Horatio Gates; Elbridge Gerry; Nathaniel Gorham; Ulysses S. Grant; Fraņcois Joseph Paul, comte de Grasse; Catharine Littlefield Greene; Nathanael Greene; George Grenville; Aurelia Hale; Alexander Hamilton; William Henry Harrison; Sam Houston; Andrew Jackson; Henry Jackson; John Jay; Thomas Jefferson; Andrew Johnson; Rufus King; Henry Knox; Lucy Flucker Knox; Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert Du Motier, marquis de Lafayette; Charles Lee; Robert E. Lee; Pierre Charles L'Enfant; Abraham Lincoln; Benjamin Lincoln; Alida Schuyler Livingston; Robert Livingston; Thomas Livingston; James Longstreet; Catharine Macaulay Graham; Thomas Babington Macaulay; James Madison; Irvin McDowell; Alexander McGillivray; James Monroe; Gouverneur Morris; Samuel Morse; John Noyes; Robert Treat Paine; Thomas Paine; Edmund Pendleton.
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This resource brings together materials on American history from the time of the earliest settlers until the end of World War II, sourced from publications and unique documents in the Gilder Lehrman collection. It offers a broad overview of the history of this period, as well as some deep research strands. Module 1 covers the early period of settlement, and Module 2 provides material from the Civil War onwards.
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Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History

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