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early-nineteenth-century

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  • “Love not the world, nor the things that are in the world,” was one lesson in The United States Spelling Book, a commonly used textbook in early-nineteenth-century schools.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • In early-nineteenth-century St. Louis, Sunday frolics of slaves and free blacks were so large and boisterous that the military was brought out to suppress them.

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • “There is, probably, no people on earth with whom business constitutes pleasure, and industry amusement, in an equal degree with the inhabitants of the United States of America,” said the Viennese immigrant and author Francis Grund, who, like many European visitors to the early-nineteenth-century United States, commented with pity on what was often called the American “disease of work.”

    A Renegade History of the United States

  • (From BarnesandNoble. com) In this terrifying and hilarious prequel, we witness the genesis of the zombie plague in early-nineteenth-century England.

    WEEKLY BOOK RELEASES FOR MARCH 28TH | Open Society Book Club Discussions and Reviews

  • (From BarnesandNoble. com) In this terrifying and hilarious prequel, we witness the genesis of the zombie plague in early-nineteenth-century England.

    WEEKLY BOOK RELEASES FOR MARCH 28TH | Open Society Book Club Discussions and Reviews

  • The historiographic themes of Indian policy and early-nineteenth-century U.S. military history come together masterfully in the work of Francis Paul Prucha; all of it is invaluable, but The Sword of the Republic 1968 is a good place to begin.

    Between War and Peace

  • The historiographic themes of Indian policy and early-nineteenth-century U.S. military history come together masterfully in the work of Francis Paul Prucha; all of it is invaluable, but The Sword of the Republic 1968 is a good place to begin.

    Between War and Peace

  • Boyte pointed to example after example of early-nineteenth-century regional parties that used populist or communitarian, rather than socialist, language to describe their radical programs.

    Radical-In-Chief

  • Each such effort steered the spoils of early-nineteenth-century commerce toward Manhattan.

    The King's Best Highway

  • Each such effort steered the spoils of early-nineteenth-century commerce toward Manhattan.

    The King's Best Highway

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