Documentary Source Book of American History: 1606-1906

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William MacDonald
Macmillan, 1923 - 656 страници
 

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Fundamental Orders of Connecticut Jan 1424 16389
38
Io Fundamental Articles of New Haven June 414 1639
40
Patent of Providence Plantations March 1424 1643
43
New England Confederation May 1929 1643
45
Government of New Haven Oct 27Nov 6 1643
50
Maryland Toleration Act April 1649
53
First Navigation Act 1660
57
Charter of Connecticut April 23May 3 1662
60
First Charter of Carolina March 24April 3 16623
64
Charter of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations July 818
66
Second Navigation Act 1663
73
2O Grant to the Duke of York March 1222 16634
74
Second Charter of Carolina June 30July 10 1665
76
Third Navigation Act 1672
79
Charter of Pennsylvania March 414 168081
80
Second Charter of Massachusetts Oct 717 1691
84
Navigation Act April 1020 1696
90
Treaty of Utrecht March 31April 11 1713
93
Charter of Georgia June 920 1732
95
Molasses Act May 1728 1733
103
Writ of Assistance Dec 2 1762
107
Treaty of Paris Feb 10 1763
111
Royal Proclamation concerning America Oct 7 1763
114
Sugar Act April 5 1764
120
number pace 33 Stamp Act March 22 1765 I 22
128
Quartering Act April 1765
131
vii
134
Resolutions of the Stamp Act Congress Oct 19 1765
136
Declaratory Act March 18 1766
139
Act suspending the New York Assembly June 15 1767
141
Townshend Revenue Act June 29 1767
143
Massachusetts Circular Letter Feb 11 1768
146
Boston Port Act March 31 1774 I 50
152
Massachusetts Government Act May 20 1774
155
Administration of Justice Act May 20 1774
159
Declaration and Resolves of the First Continental Congress Oct
162
The Association Oct 20 1774
166
Lord Norths Conciliatory Resolution Feb 27 1775
171
New England Restraining Act March 30 1775
172
Declaration of the Causes and Necessity of Taking up Arms July
176
Report on Lord Norths Conciliatory Resolution July 31 1775
184
Proclamation of Rebellion Aug 23 1775
188
Declaration of Independence July 4 1776
190
Articles of Confederation Nov 15 1777
195
Treaty of Paris Sept 3 1783
204
Ordinance of 1787 July 13 1787
209
Constitution of the United States Sept 17 1787
216
Hamiltons First Report on Public Credit Jan 9 1790
233
Proclamation of Neutrality April 22 1793
243
Treaty with Great Britain Nov 19 1794
244
Alien and Sedition Acts 1798
258
Naturalization Act June 18 1798
259
Alien Act June 25 1798
261
Alien Enemies Act July 6 1798
263
Sedition Act July 14 1798
265
Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions 1798 1799
267
Kentucky Resolutions Nov 16 1798
268
Virginia Resolutions Dec 24 1798
274
Kentucky Resolutions Nov 22 1799
276
Treaty with France for the Cession of Louisiana April 30 1803
279
66
282
NonIntercourse Act March 1 1809
284
Declaration of War June 18 1812
288
Treaty of Ghent Dec 24 1814
289
Report of the Hartford Convention Jan 4 1815
294
72
306
74
313
Report of the Conference Committee March 1 1820
314
78
316
Jacksons Second Annual Message
322
84
324
93
353
95
359
333
375
number pace 105 Extract from the Texas and New Mexico Act Sept 9 1850
388
Fugitive Slave Act Sept 18 1850
390
Act abolishing the Slave Trade in the District of Columbia Sept 20 1850
394
Call for 75000 Volunteers April 15 1861
433
Proclamation declaring a Blockade of Southern Ports April
434
Act for a National Loan July 17 1861
436
12o Act authorizing the Employment of Volunteers July 22 1861
438
Resolution on the Nature and Object of the War July 22 1861
439
Act for calling out the Militia July 29 1861
440
Act to define and punish certain Conspiracies July 31 1861
441
Confiscation Act Aug 6 1861
442
Act authorizing the Seizure of Railroad and Telegraph Lines Jan 31 1862
444
Act authorizing the Issue of Legal Tender Notes Feb 25 1862
446
Act for an Additional Article of War March 13 1862
448
Joint Resolution on Compensated Emancipation April 10 1862
449
Act abolishing Slavery in the District of Columbia April 16 1862
450
Abolition of Slavery in the Territories June 19 1862
452
Confiscation Act July 17 1862
454
Emancipation Proclamation Jan 1 1863
457
Enrolment Act March 3 1863
459
Act relating to Habeas Corpus March 3 1863
463
Resolution against Foreign Mediation March 3 1863
467
Proclamation of Amnesty Dec 8 1863
470
National Bank Act June 3 1864
473
Proclamation regarding Reconstruction July 8 1864
482
Electoral Count Feb 8 1865
487
number race 141 Freedmens Bureau March 3 1865
488
Freedom for Soldiers Families March 3 1865
490
Thirteenth Amendment Dec 18 1865
494
Restoration of Tennessee July 24 1866
498
Franchise in the District of Columbia Jan 8 1867
499
Elective Franchise in the Territories Jan 31 1867
500
Tenure of Office Act March 2 1867
504
Command of the Army March 2 1867
507
Second Reconstruction Act March 23 1867
508
Treaty with Russia for the Cession of Alaska March 30 1867 5 i I
514
Articles of Impeachment March 23 1868
518
IO3
524
Fourth Reconstruction Act March 11 1868
529
Act admitting North Carolina South Carolina Louisiana Georgia Alabama and Florida to Representation in Congress June
532
Oath of Office July 11 1868
534
Joint Resolution excluding Electoral Votes of the Late Rebellious States July 20 1868
535
Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution July 28 1868
536
Provisional Governments of Virginia Texas and Mississippi Feb 18 1869
538
Act to strengthen the Public Credit March 18 1869
539
Submission of the Constitutions of Virginia Mississippi and Texas April 10 1869
540
Reconstruction of Georgia Dec 22 1869
542
Fifteenth Amendment to the Constitution March 30 1870
546
Act to enforce the Fifteenth Amendment May 31 1870
547
Act for refunding the National Debt July 14 1870 55 I
551
Act for the Restoration of Georgia July 15 1870
553
Supplementary Act to enforce the Fifteenth Amendment Feb
554
Act to enforce the Fourteenth Amendment April 20 1871
560
Act removing Political Disabilities May 22 1872
564
number page 174 Coinage Act Feb 12 1873
565
Resumption of Specie Payments Jan 14 1875 c
566
Second Civil Rights Act March 1 1875
568
I77 Electoral Count Act Jan 29 1877
570
Coinage of the Standard Silver Dollar Feb 28 1878
573
Civil Service Act Jan 16 1883
580
Interstate Commerce Act Feb 4 1887
582
AntiTrust Act July 2 1890
591
Silver Purchase Act July 14 1890
593
Repeal of the Silver Purchase Act of 1890 Nov 1 1893
595
Recognition of the Independence of Cuba April 20 1898
597
Declaration of War April 25 1898
598
Annexation of the Hawaiian Islands July 7 1898
600
Treaty of Paris Dec 10 1898
602
Gold Standard Act March 14 190o
609
Treaty with Great Britain regarding an Isthmian Canal Novem ber 18 1901
614
Chinese Exclusion Act April 29 1902
616
Act for the Construction of an Isthmian Canal June 28 1902
618
Panama Canal Treaty November 18 1903
623
Naturalization Act June 29 1906
630
Immigration Act February 20 1907
636
Act relating to Expatriation March 2 1907
644
Sixteenth Amendment February 25 1913
647
INDEX c c o o c
649
117
650
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