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Rise of the West, 1754-1830 (New American Nation). This framework, however, is no less legitimate in its approach than others, and Paul defends his somewhat obscure thesis that the development of the West was largely facilitated by the economic demands of the miners primarily by his insistence on covering western mining in general for most of the book.
In this addition to The New American Nation Series, Francis Philbrick proposes to sacrifice the romance and idealism of the West in favor of truth. The author correctly treats the early West as a part of the British Empire
In this addition to The New American Nation Series, Francis Philbrick proposes to sacrifice the romance and idealism of the West in favor of truth. The author correctly treats the early West as a part of the British Empire. He examines the problems and subsequent weak solutions of British colonial policy between 1754 and the Treaty of Paris ending the Revolutionary War. Americans quickly discovered that independence was not a panacea, and that the newly formed Confederation government had inherited many difficulties.
The Rise of the West: A History of the Human Community is a book by University of Chicago historian William H. McNeill, first published in 1963 and enlarged with a retrospective preface in 1991. It explores world history in terms of the effect different old world civilizations had on one another, and especially the deep influence of Western civilization on the rest of the world in the past 500 years.
Part of the Studies in Modern History book series. Francis S. Philbrick, The Rise of The West: 1754–1830 (New York, 1965), 120–33. Sidney I. Pomerantz, New York: An American City, 1783–1803 (New York, 1938), 15. oogle Scholar. Curtis P. Nettles, The Emergence of a National Economy, 1775–1815 (New York, 1962), 19–42. Richard B. Morris, The Forging of the Union: 1781–1789 (New York, 1987), 130–61. 66. Cecilia M. Kenyon, ‘Men of Little Faith: The Anti-federalists on the Nature of Representative Government’, WMQ, Third Series, 12 (January 1955): 3–43.
It is another volume in the excellent New American Nation series, and like its companion volumes, the book is flooded .
It is another volume in the excellent New American Nation series, and like its companion volumes, the book is flooded with footnotes and moves over many diverse historical incidents with very little force but a great deal of scholarly manipulation, drawing upon unjustly neglected events and showing how they formed the, true contours of the territories considered. Throughout Professor Philbrick is at great pains to restore proper perspectives, demolish misleading ones, and develop an interplay of motives, especially in his insistence on the complementary interactions between the Eastern wing of the country and the enterprising pioneers.
The following bibliography includes notable books concerning the American Revolutionary War. These books are listed in the bibliographies of books by prominent historians as shown in the footnotes. Under construction: This article is being expanded and revised. Alden, John R. A History of the American Revolution. New York: Knopf, 1969.
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