The History of the United States of America 1801 - 1817 (book)


The History of the United States of America 1801 - 1817 (book)

"The History of the United States of America 1801 - 1817", also known as "The History of the United States During the Administrations of Thomas Jefferson and James Madison", is a nine volume history written by American intellectual Henry Adams.

Outline

History of the United States During the First Administration of Thomas Jefferson

Volume One

I. Physical and Economical Conditions

II. Popular Characteristics

III. Intellect of New England

IV. Intellect of the Middle States

V. Intellect of the Southern States

VI. American Ideals

VII. The Inauguration

VIII. Organization

IX. The Annual Message

X. Legislation

XII. Personalities

XIII. The Spanish Court

XIV. The Retrocession

XV. Toussaint Louverture

XVI. Closure of the Mississippi

XVII. Monroe's Mission

Volume Two

I. Rupture of the Peace of Amiens

II. The Louisiana Treaty

III. Claim to West Florida

IV. Constitutional Difficulties

V. The Louisiana Debate

VI. Louisiana Legislation

VII. Impeachments

VIII. Conspiracies

IX. The Yazoo Claims

X. Trial of Justice Chase

XI. Quarrel with Yrujo

XII. Pinckney's Diplomacy

XIII. Monroe and Talleyrand

XIV. Relations with England

XV. Cordiality with England

XVI. Anthony Merry

XVII. Jefferson's Enemies

XVIII. England and Tripoli

History of the United States During the Second Administration of Thomas Jefferson

Volume One

I. Internal Improvement

II. Monroe's Diplomacy

III. Cabinet Vacillations

IV. Between France and England

V. The Florida Message

VI. The Two-Million Act

VII. John Randolph's Schism

VIII. Madison's Enemies

IX. Domestic Affairs

X. Burr's Schemes

XI. Burr's Preparations

XII. Escape past Fort Massac

XIII. Clairborne and Wilkinson

XIV. Collapse of the Conspiracy

XV. Session of 1806 - 1807

XVI. The Berlin Decree

XVII. Monroe's Treaty

XVIII. Rejection of Monroe's Treaty

XIX. Burr's Trial

Volume Two

I. The "Chesapeake" and the "Leopard"

II. Demands and Disavowals

III. Perceval and Canning

IV. The Orders in Council

V. No More Neutrals

VI. Insults and Popularity

VII. The Embargo

VIII. The Mission of George Rose

IX. Measures of Defence

X. The Rise of a British Party

XI. The Enforcement of Embargo

XII. The Cost of Embargo

XIII. The Dos de Maio

XIV. England's Reply to the Embargo

XV. Failure of Embargo

XVI. Perplexity and Confusion

XVII. Diplomacy and Conspiracy

XVIII. General Factiousness

XIX. Repeal of Embargo

XX. Jefferson's Retirement


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