The American People: Creating a Nation and a Society Volume I To 1877 Primary Source Edition Seventh Edition Nash Jeffrey Howe Frederick Davis Winkler Mires Pestana Experience history through the eyes of those who were there. With 32 primary source documents,The American People: Creating a Nation and a Society, Seventh Edition, Primary Source Edition, has everything students need to master the coursea rich text with a clear, relevant, and balanced portrait of the social, economic, and cultural issues in U.S. history plus a wealth of original documents that help make the material come alive. In addition, "Document Analysis" questions encourage students to delve deeper into the documents and to explore how they relate to the events of the time. Here is a sample of the primary source documents included Benjamin Franklin, "Testimony Against the Stamp Act" (1766) Boston Gazette, "Description of the Boston Massacre" (1770) "A Catechism for Slaves" (1854) Poem, "The Slave Auction," by Frances E. W. Harper (1854) William Lloyd Garrison, First Issue of The Liberator (1831) A complete listing of the primary source documents can be found on the first page of this book. Do you want more primary source documents? All of the documents in this textplus hundreds more at no additional costcan be found on Longman's exclusive Website: www.MyHistoryLab.com. MyHistoryLabis FREE when bundled with this book! MyHistoryLab also contains a wealth of other resources including images, maps, audio clips, the electronic textbook, student assessment (pre-tests, post-tests, and chapter exams), fifty of the most commonly assigned works on the history bookshelf, and much more. Available Versions Single Volume Edition, Chapters 1-31 (ISBN 0-321-46334-X) Volume I: To 1877, Chapters 1-16 (ISBN 0-321-46336-6) Volume II: Since 1865, Chapters 16-31 (ISBN 0-321-46682-9) Please visit us at www.ablongman.comNash, Gary B. is the author of 'American People Creating a Nation And Society To 1877 Primary Source Edition', published 2006 under ISBN 9780321463364 and ISBN 0321463366.