By James D. Porter
By James D. Porter
By Denise Cruz
Through a cautious research of a number of texts produced by means of Filipina and Filipino writers within the Philippines and the United States—including novels and brief tales, newspaper and journal articles, behavior manuals, and editorial cartoons—Cruz offers a brand new archive and clean views for knowing Philippine literature and tradition. She demonstrates that the trendy Filipina didn't become an easy byproduct of yank and Spanish colonial regimes, yet quite was once the results of political, monetary, and cultural interactions one of the Philippines, Spain, the U.S., and Japan. Cruz exhibits how the advanced interaction of feminism, nationalism, empire, and modernity helped to form, and have been formed by means of, conceptions of the transpacific Filipina.
By James R. Hall
Much has been written concerning the horrors of Southern Civil conflict prisons, yet little or no has been written in regards to the deplorable stipulations within Northern prisons. whereas deprivation affected even the civilian inhabitants of the South, the North used it as a device to punish their prisoners. Twenty-five years after the battle, a nationally famous general practitioner and scientific researcher who were incarcerated at Indianaï¿½s Camp Morton leveled accusations opposed to that felony, making transparent for the 1st time that it used to be as inhumane as Andersonville. This booklet info the canopy up and denials by means of in demand Den of distress: Indiana's Civil conflict criminal info the cover-ups and denials in addition to the harsh realities of the felony camp and chronicles the efforts via accomplice veterans to make identified the reality approximately their studies. the writer features a complete record of prisoners who died at Camp Morton and are buried in a mass grave in Indianapolis.
Union politicians and army officers, and contains a entire prisoner list.
By Mary Kelley
By Rob Lewis,Ryan A. Young
By Robin D. G. Kelley,Earl Lewis
By Barbara J. Gooding,Terry E. Sellarole,Allan Petretti,Theresa E. Jones
By Edmund S. Morgan,Helen M. Morgan
'A amazing contribution to the colonial box. Combining nice undefined, astute scholarship, and a brilliant kind, the authors have sought 'to recreate years of yankee history.' they've got succeeded admirably.'--William and Mary Quarterly
'Required interpreting for an individual attracted to these eventful years previous the yank Revolution.'--Political technology Quarterly
The Stamp Act, the 1st direct tax at the American colonies, provoked a right away and violent reaction. The Stamp Act Crisis, initially released through UNC Press in 1953, identifies the problems that brought on the war of words and explores the ways that the clash was once a prelude to the yank Revolution.
By Mark Joy
This new Seminar learn surveys the background of U.S. territorial enlargement from the top of the yankee Revolution until eventually 1860.
The booklet explores the concept that of 'manifest future' and asks why, if enlargement was once 'manifest', there has been such competition to nearly each expansionist incident. taking note of key topics usually ignored - Indian elimination and the U.S. govt land revenues coverage, the publication appears at either 'foreign' enlargement similar to the Louisiana buy in 1803, and the battle with Mexico within the 1840s and 'internal' enlargement as American settlers moved west .
Finally, the ebook addresses the newest historiographical tendencies within the topic and asks how americans have handled the expansionist legacy.
By Glen V. McIntyre