A School History of the United States eBook

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INDEX

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Abolition, laws;
  societies;
  opposition to;
  Compromise Bill;
  issue of Civil War. 
Acadia, extent of;
  struggle for. 
Act, of 1870;
  of 1873;
  of 1875.
Adams
Adams, Alvin. 
Adams, Charles F.
Adams, John, defends soldiers;
  Declaration of Independence;
  negotiates treaty;
  vice president;
  president. 
Adams, John Quincy, opposes European colonization;
  presidential nominee;
  president;
  opposed to slavery. 
Adams, John Q., vice-pres. nominee. 
Adams, Samuel. 
Adams Express Company. 
“Adams men”. 
“Administration men”.
Alabama
Alabama, admitted;
  secedes;
  readmitted. 
Alabama claims. 
Alaska, boundaries;
  purchased. 
Albany, Dutch at;
  colonial congress at. 
Alexandria. 
Algonquins. 
Alien and Sedition laws. 
Allegheny River, French on. 
Allen, Ethan. 
Allison amendment. 
Amendments to Constitution, ten;
  twelfth;
  proposed thirteenth;
  thirteenth;
  fourteenth;
  fifteenth. 
America, discovery of;
  naming of. 
American Antislavery Society. 
American Fur Trading Company. 
American party. 
American Republican party;
  disappears. 
Amherst. 
Amnesty, proclamation issued;
  political issue. 
Anaesthesia discovered. 
Anderson, Robert. 
Andre, Major John. 
Annapolis, Md., founded; riot at;
  trade convention at. 
Annapolis, Port Royal called. 
Annual message. 
Anti-Chinese movement. 
Anti-Federalists. 
Anti-Nebraska men. 
Antietam, battle of. 
Antimasonic party. 
Antislavery movement. 
Appomattox Courthouse. 
Arbitration, policy;
  between England and Venezuela. 
Argall, Governor.
Argus
Arizona, territory;
  silver interests. 
Arkansas, becomes territory;
  admitted;
  secedes;
  Confederates in;
  reconstruction;
  readmitted. 
Army of the Cumberland;
  disbanded. 
Army of the Potomac, peninsular campaign;
  at Gettysburg;
  in Wilderness campaign;
  disbanded. 
Army of Tennessee. 
Army of Virginia. 
Arnold, Benedict, attacks Quebec;
  at Saratoga;
  treason of;
  in British service. 
Articles of Confederation. 
Ashburton, Lord. 
Assumption of state debts. 
Astor, John Jacob. 
Astoria founded. 
Atchison settled. 
Atlanta burned. 
Atlantic cable. 
Auburn settled. 
Aurania settled. 
Austin, Moses. 
Austin, Stephen.

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Bahama Islands. 
Balboa. 
Baltimore, founded;
  in colonial times;
  Congress at;
  attacked;
  route to the West;
  convention at;
  insurgents in;
  labor congress in. 
Baltimore, Lord,
Banks, United States, see National Bank;

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