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The Resource 50 core American documents : required reading for students, teachers, and citizens, edited by Christopher Burkett

50 core American documents : required reading for students, teachers, and citizens, edited by Christopher Burkett

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50 core American documents : required reading for students, teachers, and citizens
Title
50 core American documents
Title remainder
required reading for students, teachers, and citizens
Statement of responsibility
edited by Christopher Burkett
Title variation
  • Fifty core American documents
  • Core American documents
  • American documents
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Language
eng
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FJD
Index
no index present
LC call number
E173
LC item number
.F44 2014
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non fiction
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Burkett, Christopher
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50 core American documents : required reading for students, teachers, and citizens, edited by Christopher Burkett
Link
http://teachingamericanhistory.org/50docs/
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volume
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Contents
Declaration of Independence (July 4, 1776) -- Memorial and Remonstrance Against Religious Assessments, James Madison (June 20, 1785) -- Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, Thomas Jefferson (January 16, 1786) -- Notes of Debates in the Federal Convention of 1787, James Madison (1787) -- Constitution of the United States (September 17, 1787) -- Brutus I (October 18, 1787) -- The Federalist No. 1, Publius (Alexander Hamilton) (October 27, 1787) -- Brutus II (November 1, 1787) -- The Federalist No. 10, Publius (James Madison) (November 22, 1787) -- The Federalist No. 51, Publius (James Madison) (February 6, 1788) -- Speech on Amendments to the Constitution, James Madison (June 8, 1789) -- Letter to the Hebrew Congregation at Newport, George Washington (August 18, 1790) -- Bill of Rights (December 15, 1791) -- "Property", James Madison (March 29, 1792) -- Farewell Address, George Washington (September 19, 1796) -- First Inaugural Address, Thomas Jefferson (March 4, 1801) -- Marbury v. Madison, Supreme Court of the United States (February 24, 1803) -- Letter to John Holmes, Thomas Jefferson (April 22, 1820) -- Monroe Doctrine, James Monroe (December 2, 1823) -- Letter to Henry Lee, Thomas Jefferson (May 8, 1825) -- Letter to Roger C. Weightman, Thomas Jefferson (June 24, 1826) -- Webster-Hayne Debates, Daniel Webster and Robert Y. Hayne (January 1830) -- Fort Hill Address, John C. Calhoun (July 26, 1831) -- Veto Message of the Bill on the Bank of the United States, Andrew Jackson (July 10, 1832) -- Proclamation Regarding Nullification, Andrew Jackson (December 10, 1832) -- Speech on the Oregon Bill, John C. Calhoun (June 27, 1848) -- "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?", Frederick Douglass (July 5, 1852) -- Speech on the Repeal of the Missouri Compromise, Abraham Lincoln (October 16, 1854) -- Dred Scott v. Sandford, Supreme Court of the United States (March 6, 1857) -- Fragment on the Constitution and Union, Abraham Lincoln (January 1861) -- "Corner Stone" Speech, Alexander H. Stephens (March 21, 1861) -- Final Emancipation Proclamation, Abraham Lincoln (January 1, 1863) -- Gettysburg Address, Abraham Lincoln (November 19, 1863) -- Resolution Submitting the Thirteenth Amendment to the States, Abraham Lincoln (February 1, 1865) -- Second Inaugural Address, Abraham Lincoln (March 4, 1865) -- Oration in Memory of Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass (April 14, 1876) -- Plessy v. Ferguson, Supreme Court of the United States (May 18, 1896) -- Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine, Theodore Roosevelt (December 6, 1904) -- New Nationalism Speech, Theodore Roosevelt (August 31, 1910) -- Progressive Party Platform of 1912 (August 7, 1912) -- "Fourteen Points" Message, Woodrow Wilson (January 8, 1918) -- Speech on the 150th Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, Calvin Coolidge (July 5, 1926) -- Commonwealth Club Address, Franklin D. Roosevelt (September 23, 1932) -- Speech on the Consequences of the Proposed New Deal, Herbert Hoover (October 31, 1932) -- 1944 State of the Union Address, Franklin D. Roosevelt (January 11, 1944) -- The Long Telegram, George Kennan (February 22, 1946) -- Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka I and II, Supreme Court of the United States (1954 and 1955) -- "I have a Dream" Speech, Martin Luther King, Jr. (August 28, 1963) -- "Great Society" Speech, Lyndon B. Johnson (May 22, 1964) -- "A Time for Choosing", Ronald Reagan (October 27, 1964)
Control code
ocn900854230
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
ii, 446 pages
Isbn
9781878802262
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(pbk.)
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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System control number
(OCoLC)900854230
Label
50 core American documents : required reading for students, teachers, and citizens, edited by Christopher Burkett
Link
http://teachingamericanhistory.org/50docs/
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volume
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  • nc
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Content category
text
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  • txt
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Contents
Declaration of Independence (July 4, 1776) -- Memorial and Remonstrance Against Religious Assessments, James Madison (June 20, 1785) -- Virginia Statute for Religious Freedom, Thomas Jefferson (January 16, 1786) -- Notes of Debates in the Federal Convention of 1787, James Madison (1787) -- Constitution of the United States (September 17, 1787) -- Brutus I (October 18, 1787) -- The Federalist No. 1, Publius (Alexander Hamilton) (October 27, 1787) -- Brutus II (November 1, 1787) -- The Federalist No. 10, Publius (James Madison) (November 22, 1787) -- The Federalist No. 51, Publius (James Madison) (February 6, 1788) -- Speech on Amendments to the Constitution, James Madison (June 8, 1789) -- Letter to the Hebrew Congregation at Newport, George Washington (August 18, 1790) -- Bill of Rights (December 15, 1791) -- "Property", James Madison (March 29, 1792) -- Farewell Address, George Washington (September 19, 1796) -- First Inaugural Address, Thomas Jefferson (March 4, 1801) -- Marbury v. Madison, Supreme Court of the United States (February 24, 1803) -- Letter to John Holmes, Thomas Jefferson (April 22, 1820) -- Monroe Doctrine, James Monroe (December 2, 1823) -- Letter to Henry Lee, Thomas Jefferson (May 8, 1825) -- Letter to Roger C. Weightman, Thomas Jefferson (June 24, 1826) -- Webster-Hayne Debates, Daniel Webster and Robert Y. Hayne (January 1830) -- Fort Hill Address, John C. Calhoun (July 26, 1831) -- Veto Message of the Bill on the Bank of the United States, Andrew Jackson (July 10, 1832) -- Proclamation Regarding Nullification, Andrew Jackson (December 10, 1832) -- Speech on the Oregon Bill, John C. Calhoun (June 27, 1848) -- "What to the Slave is the Fourth of July?", Frederick Douglass (July 5, 1852) -- Speech on the Repeal of the Missouri Compromise, Abraham Lincoln (October 16, 1854) -- Dred Scott v. Sandford, Supreme Court of the United States (March 6, 1857) -- Fragment on the Constitution and Union, Abraham Lincoln (January 1861) -- "Corner Stone" Speech, Alexander H. Stephens (March 21, 1861) -- Final Emancipation Proclamation, Abraham Lincoln (January 1, 1863) -- Gettysburg Address, Abraham Lincoln (November 19, 1863) -- Resolution Submitting the Thirteenth Amendment to the States, Abraham Lincoln (February 1, 1865) -- Second Inaugural Address, Abraham Lincoln (March 4, 1865) -- Oration in Memory of Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass (April 14, 1876) -- Plessy v. Ferguson, Supreme Court of the United States (May 18, 1896) -- Roosevelt Corollary to the Monroe Doctrine, Theodore Roosevelt (December 6, 1904) -- New Nationalism Speech, Theodore Roosevelt (August 31, 1910) -- Progressive Party Platform of 1912 (August 7, 1912) -- "Fourteen Points" Message, Woodrow Wilson (January 8, 1918) -- Speech on the 150th Anniversary of the Declaration of Independence, Calvin Coolidge (July 5, 1926) -- Commonwealth Club Address, Franklin D. Roosevelt (September 23, 1932) -- Speech on the Consequences of the Proposed New Deal, Herbert Hoover (October 31, 1932) -- 1944 State of the Union Address, Franklin D. Roosevelt (January 11, 1944) -- The Long Telegram, George Kennan (February 22, 1946) -- Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka I and II, Supreme Court of the United States (1954 and 1955) -- "I have a Dream" Speech, Martin Luther King, Jr. (August 28, 1963) -- "Great Society" Speech, Lyndon B. Johnson (May 22, 1964) -- "A Time for Choosing", Ronald Reagan (October 27, 1964)
Control code
ocn900854230
Dimensions
23 cm
Extent
ii, 446 pages
Isbn
9781878802262
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(pbk.)
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unmediated
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rdamedia
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System control number
(OCoLC)900854230

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