By Sean Patrick Adams
A significant other to the period of Andrew Jackson bargains a wealth of recent insights at the period of Andrew Jackson. This choice of essays via major students and historians considers a variety of facets of the existence, instances, and legacy of the 7th president of the U.S..
- Provides an summary of Andrew Jackson's lifestyles and legacy, grounded within the most modern scholarship and together with unique study unfold throughout a few thematic areas
- Features 30 essays contributed by means of prime students and historians
- Synthesizes the main up to date scholarship at the political, financial, social, and cultural features of the Age of Andrew Jackson
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Lemon and Wilma A. Dunaway argue that the American frontier economy was capitalistic from the beginning of settlement. In Best Poor Man’s County: Early Southeastern Pennsylvania (1972), Lemon argues that early Pennsylvanians inhabited a “liberal” world in which individualism, market considerations, and material gains trumped public interests. Capitalism and “possessive liberalism” were present in southeastern Pennsylvania from the time of settlement. Appalachian historian Wilma Dunaway concurs with Lemon’s analysis in her book The First American Frontier: The Transition to Capitalism in Southern Appalachia, 1700–1860.
Perdue, T. and Green, M. (2007) The Cherokee Nation and the Trail of Tears. Penguin. Riley, G. (1993) “Frederick Jackson Turner Overlooked the Ladies,” Journal of the Early American Republic 13: 216–230. Vickers, D. (1990) “Competency and Competition: Economic Culture in Early America,” The William and Mary Quarterly 47: 3–29. -INDIAN RELATIONS, 1775–1815 Tim Alan Garrison When Andrew Jackson took the oath of ofﬁce of president on March 4, 1829, he immediately set out to transform the Indian policy of the United States.
University of Tennessee Press. Frank, A. K. (2005) Creeks and Southerners: Biculturalism on the Early American Frontier. University of Nebraska Press. Kulikoff, A. (1989) “The Transition to Capitalism in Rural America,” The William and Mary Quarterly 46: 120–144. Nobles, G. H. (1989) “Breaking into the Backcountry: New Approaches to the Early American Frontier, 1750–1800,” The William and Mary Quarterly 46: 641–670. Perdue, T. (1998) Cherokee Women: Gender and Culture Change, 1700–1835. University of Nebraska Press.
A companion to the era of Andrew Jackson by Sean Patrick Adams