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  • Central Washington University
  • Mondhare's Surrender of the British Army
  • Joseph Wright's Yankee Doodle, or The American Satan
  • Phyllis Wheatley
  • Wheatley, Phillis, and Margaretta Matilda Odell. Memoir and poems of Phillis Wheatley, a native African and a slave. Published by Geo. W. Light, 1834. 
  • Flag of the Bucks of America
  • George Romney's Joseph Brant
  • James Gillray's Engraving The Rights of Man: or Tommy Paine, the Little American Taylor
  • Democratization of Legislatures
  • "Not Worth a Continental"
  • Shay's Rebellion
  • Amos Doolittle's The Looking Glass for 1787
  • Frederick Kemmelmeyer's General Washington
  • Toussaint L'Ouverture in Marcus Rainsford's An Historical Account of the Black Empire of Hayti
  • Louis Choris' The Presidio of San Francisco
  • Joseph Richardson, Jr.'s Peace Medal
  • Sale of Deserts of Scioto by the Anglo-Americans

Hist1301 Week 05 Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Revolution, Constitution, and the People 1776–1815
  • 2. Gordon Wood on George Washington
  • 3. Gordon Wood on the American Revolution
  • 4. Gordon Wood on Washington's Most Important Act
  • 5. Andrew Robertson on Establishing an American Identify
  • 6. Andrew Robertson on the American Revolution
  • 7. Andrew Robertson on the Two American Revolutions
  • 8. The Course of the War
  • 9. Waging War, North and South: The Battles
  • 10. Waging War, North and South: Patriots vs. Loyalists
  • 11. Fighting Forces: State Militias
  • 12. Fighting Forces: The Continental Army
  • 13. The Fighting Forces: Wartime Conditions
  • 14. James Horton “Slavery and the American Revolution”
  • 15. The War and Slavery
  • 16. The War and Slavery: Former Slaves Fought for Americans and British
  • 17. Native Americans and War on the Frontier
  • 18. Building a Republic
  • 19. Movement for a People’s Government: Tom Paine
  • 20. The Movement for a People’s Government: State Constitutions
  • 21. The Limits to Democratization
  • 22. The Articles of Confederation (1777)
  • 23. Regulated Prices or Free Markets?
  • 24. Shays' Rebellion (1786)
  • 25. The Limits and Possibilities of the Revolution: Slavery
  • 26. The Limits and Possibilities of the Revolution: Women's Rights
  • 27. Creating a National Government
  • 28. The Constitution’s Framers
  • 29. Bernard Bailyn and Jack Rakove “The Framers of the Constitution” intelecomonline.net
  • 30. Jack Rakove on Interpreting the Constitution
  • 31. Jack Rakove on Madison and the Constitution
  • 32. Jack Rakove on the Ratification of the Constitution
  • 33. Framers of the Constitution
  • 34. Larry Kramer on Federalism
  • 35. Larry Kramer on the Constitution
  • 36. The Constitution’s Compromise on Power of States and Central Government
  • 37. The Constitution’s Compromise on Slavery
  • 38. Jack Rakove “The Three-Fifths Compromise” Intelecomonline.net
  • 39. A SLAVE TO THE SYSTEM? Thomas Jefferson and Slavery
  • 40. The Fight for Ratification
  • 41. Bernard Bailyn and Jack Rakove “Anti-Federalist Arguments Against the Constitution” intelecomonline.net
  • 42. Carol Berkin on the Constitutional Convention
  • 43. Carol Berkin on the Federalists and Antifederalists
  • 44. Carol Berkin on Women in the American Revolution
  • 45. Securing a Bill of Rights
  • 46. American Society: Competing Visions
  • 47. James Horton on Slavery and the Constitution
  • 48. Post-Revolutionary America in the World
  • 49. What Would the Founding Fathers Do?