Manifest destiny and american territorial expansion ebook

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manifest destiny and american territorial expansion ebook

Manifest Destiny and American Territorial Expansion: A Brief History with Documents by Amy S. Greenberg

Manifest Destiny has been one of the most influential ideologies in American history, serving as the justification for the nation’s territorial expansion in the antebellum era. In this compelling collection, Amy Greenberg focuses on the social, cultural and political context that gave rise to Manifest Destiny. She explores how American expansionism evolved from its colonial roots and accompanying notions of exceptionalism to become a fully articulated rationale in the 1840s for expanding the nation’s borders and seizing lands from Native Americans and Mexico and later from Cuba and Central America. Documents — including diary and personal narratives, letters, political speeches, contemporary illustrations, newspaper accounts, essays, appeals, and a song — highlight the origin of the term itself, ideological support and rejection of Manifest Destiny, and the voices of those most painfully affected by American expansion. Headnotes, a chronology and bibliography further support students in their study of this development in American foreign policy.
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The Threshold of Manifest Destiny

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In The Threshold of Manifest Destiny , Laurel Clark Shire illuminates the vital role women played in national expansion and shows how gender ideology was a key mechanism in U. Among the many contentious frontier zones in nineteenth-century North America, Florida was an early and important borderland where the United States worked out how it would colonize new territories. From , when it acquired Florida from Spain, through the Second Seminole War, and into the s, the federal government relied on women's physical labor to create homes, farms, families, and communities. It also capitalized on the symbolism of white women's presence on the frontier; images of imperiled women presented settlement as the spread of domesticity and civilization and rationalized the violence of territorial expansion as the protection of women and families. Through careful parsing of previously unexplored military, court, and land records, as well as popular culture sources and native oral tradition, Shire tracks the diverse effects of settler colonialism on free and enslaved blacks and Seminole families. She demonstrates that land-grant policies and innovations in women's property law implemented in Florida had long-lasting effects on American expansion.

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In this compelling collection, Amy Greenberg focuses on the social, cultural and political context that gave rise to Manifest Destiny. Documents — including diary and personal narratives, letters, political speeches, contemporary illustrations, newspaper accounts, essays, appeals, and a song — highlight the origin of the term itself, ideological support and rejection of Manifest Destiny, and the voices of those most painfully affected by American expansion.

Look Inside. Aug 13, ISBN Nov 06, ISBN Often forgotten and overlooked, the U. Amy S. This definitive history of the conflict paints an intimate portrait of the major players and their world.

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