The National Hand-Book of American Progress: A Non-Partisan Reference Manual of Facts and Figures, from the Discovery of America to the Present Time; Historical, Biographical, Statistical, Documentary, Financial, Political (Classic Reprint)
FB&C Limited, Jul 23, 2016 - 600 pages
Excerpt from The National Hand-Book of American Progress: A Non-Partisan Reference Manual of Facts and Figures, From the Discovery of America to the Present Time; Historical, Biographical, Statistical, Documentary, Financial, Political
Outlines of American Progress, by E. O. Haven, D.D., LL.D Chronology of important events from the discovery of America King Philip's War, causes and results of Pequot War, - causes and results of Bacon's Rebellion, -causes and results of Queen Anne's War, - causes and results of King William's War, - causes and results of King George's Wan - causes and results of French and Indian War -causes and results of Revolutionary War, - causes and results of Continental Congress - Presidents and Sessions of History of the Confederation Articles of Confederation Important Events of each year, from the formation of the government chronologically arranged, under each administration Whisky Rebellion in Pa., - causes of War with Tripoli, - causes and results of Second War with England, 1812, causes and results of. Hartford Convention, - its object anti-masonic Excitement, - causes of The Black Hawk War on the frontier The Seminole War iri Florida The Canadian Rebellion, - causes of Mexican War, - causes and results of Our National Domain, and how acquired History of each State and Territory Civil War, 1861 - 65, - causes of History of our Flag, by Hon. J. T. Headley Important Events of the Rebellion, exclusive of Battles History of the Tariff with rates and, revenue.
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