Revolution, Constitution,
and the People
1776–1815
Gordon Wood on George Washington
Gordon Wood on Washington's Most Important Act
Andrew Robertson on the American Revolution
The Course of the War
Waging War, North and South:
Patriots vs. Loyalists
Fighting Forces: The Continental Army
James Horton
“Slavery and the American Revolution”
The War and Slavery
The War and Slavery: Former Slaves
Fought for Americans and British
Native Americans and
War on the Frontier
Building a Republic
Movement for a People’s Government:
Tom Paine
The Movement for a People’s Government:
State Constitutions
The Limits to Democratization
The Articles of Confederation (1777)
Regulated Prices or Free Markets?
The Limits and Possibilities of the
Revolution: Slavery
The Limits and Possibilities of the
Revolution: Women's Rights
Creating a National Government
The Constitution’s Framers
Bernard Bailyn and Jack Rakove
“The Framers of the Constitution”
intelecomonline.net
Jack Rakove on Interpreting the Constitution
Jack Rakove on Madison and the Constitution
Jack Rakove on the Ratification of the Constitution
Framers of the Constitution
Larry Kramer on Federalism
Larry Kramer on the Constitution
The Constitution’s Compromise on Power of States
and Central Government
The Constitution’s Compromise on
Slavery
Jack Rakove
“The Three-Fifths Compromise”
Intelecomonline.net
A SLAVE TO THE SYSTEM?
Thomas Jefferson and Slavery
The Fight for Ratification
Bernard Bailyn and Jack Rakove
“Anti-Federalist Arguments Against the
Constitution”
intelecomonline.net
Carol Berkin on the Constitutional Convention
Carol Berkin on the Federalists and Antifederalists
Carol Berkin on Women in the American Revolution
Securing a Bill of Rights
American Society: Competing Visions
James Horton on Slavery and the Constitution
Post-Revolutionary America in the World
What Would the Founding Fathers Do?
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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

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

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