(1789-1860) Antebellum America

“House Divided” Speech
A British Account Of The Burning Of Washington
A Plea For Free Speech In Boston
Address At Cooper Institute, New York City
Address On U.S. Foreign Policy
Alien And Sedition Acts
American Anti-Slavery Society’s Declaration Of Sentiments
Compromise Of 1850
Daniel Boone Settles Kentucky
Dred Scott v. Sanford
First Thanksgiving Proclamation
Garnet’s “Call To Rebellion”
Gibbons v. Ogden
How A Log Cabin Was Built
Inaugural Address Of John Adams
Jackson’s Farewell Address
Jackson’s Message To Congress “On Indian Removal”
Jefferson’s First Inaugural Address
Jefferson’s Secret Messages To Congress On The Lewis And Clark Expedition
John Brown’s Speech To The Court At His Trial
Kansas-Nebraska Act
Keynote Address At Seneca Falls
Letter To The Danbury Baptists
Louisiana Purchase Treaty
Marbury v. Madison
Massachusetts Personal Liberty Act
McCulloch v. Maryland
Memorial To The Massachusetts Legislature
Message To The Seminoles
Militia Act Of 1792
On The Duty Of Civil Disobedience
Peter Wilson (Waowawanaonk) On The Empire State
Proclamation Regarding Notification
Report No. 12 Of The Massachusetts School Board
Second Reply To Hayne
Self Reliance
Seneca Falls Declaration
Sleep Not Longer, O Choctaws And Chickasaws
South Carolina Declaration Of Secession
Speech On The Repeal Of The Missouri Compromise At Peoria, Illinois
Star Spangled Banner
Tecumseh To Governor Harrison At Vincennes
The American Scholar
The Burning Of Washington
The Clay Compromise Measures
The Concord Hymn
The Death Of John Brown
The Fall Of The Alamo
The Fugitive Slave Law
The Lyceum Address
The Midnight Ride Of Paul Revere
The Missouri Compromise
The Monroe Doctrine
The Proclamation Of Neutrality
The Treaty Of Greenville
The Underground Railroad
To The Public
Treaty Of Ghent
Treaty Of Guadalupe Hidalgo
War Of 1812
Washington’s Farewell Address
Washington’s First State Of The Union Address
What To The Slave Is The Fourth Of July?

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