eBook Social History Of Crime And Punishment In America, 1st Edition

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Overview

Surveys the history and philosophy of crime, punishment, and criminal justice institutions in America from colonial times to the present. It covers the whole of the criminal justice system, from crimes, law enforcement and policing, to courts, corrections and human services.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Articles.
Reader's Guide.
About the Editor.
List of Contributors.
Introduction.
Chronology.
1: Ableman v. Booth.
2: Abortion.
3: Abrams v. United States.
4: Adair v. United States.
5: Adams, John (Administration of).
6: Adams, John Quincy (Administration of).
7: Adultery.
8: Adversarial Justice.
9: African Americans.
10: Alabama.
11: Alaska.
12: Alcatraz Island Prison.
13: Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798.
14: American Bar Association.
15: American Civil Liberties Union.
16: American Law Institute.
17: American Revolution and Criminal Justice.
18: An American Tragedy.
19: Anarchists.
20: Anti-Federalist Papers.
21: Antitrust Law.
22: Appeals.
23: Appellate Courts.
24: Arizona.
25: Arkansas.
26: Arpaio, Joseph M..
27: Arraignment.
28: Arthur, Chester (Administration of).
29: Articles of Confederation.
30: Atlanta, Georgia.
31: Attica.
32: Auburn State Prison.
33: Augustus, John.
34: Autobiographies, Criminals'.
35: Automobile and the Police.
36: Aviation and Transportation Security Act of 2001.
37: Bail and Bond.
38: Bail Reform Act.
39: Bailey, F. Lee.
40: Bakker, Jim.
41: Ballistics.
42: Baltimore, Maryland.
43: Barron v. Mayor of Baltimore.
44: Beaumont, Gustave de.
45: Bedford Hills Correctional Facility.
46: Berkowitz, David.
47: Bertillon System.
48: Bible.
49: Bigamy/Polygamy.
50: Bill of Rights.
51: Billy the Kid.
52: Birmingham, Alabama.
53: Black Panthers.
54: Blackstone, William.
55: Blood Sports.
56: Bodie of Liberties.
57: Bodine, Polly.
58: Boles, Charles.
59: Bonnie and Clyde.
60: Book of the General Lawes and Libertyes.
61: Booth, John Wilkes.
62: Bootlegging.
63: Borden, Lizzie.
64: Border Patrol.
65: Boston, Massachusetts.
66: Bounty Hunters.
67: Bowers v. Hardwick.
68: Brandenburg v. Ohio.
69: Brennan, William J., Jr..
70: Brocius, William.
71: Brockway, Zebulon.
72: Brown v. Board of Education.
73: Brown v. Mississippi.
74: Buchanan, James (Administration of).
75: Buck v. Bell.
76: Bundy, Ted.
77: Buntline, Ned.
78: Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives.
79: Buren, Martin Van (Administration of).
80: Burger, Warren.
81: Burglary, Contemporary.
82: Burglary, History of.
83: Burglary, Sociology of.
84: Bush, George H. W. (Administration of).
85: Bush, George W. (Administration of).
86: Byrnes, Thomas.
87: California.
88: Camden, New Jersey.
89: Caminetti v. United States.
90: Capital Punishment.
91: Capone, Al.
92: Carter, Jimmy (Administration of).
93: Chain Gangs and Prison Labor.
94: Chandler v. Florida.
95: Chapman, Mark David.
96: Chicago, Illinois.
97: Chicago Seven/Democratic National Convention of 1968.
98: Child Abuse, Contemporary.
99: Child Abuse, History of.
100: Child Abuse, Sociology of.
101: Child Murderers, History of.
102: Children, Abandoned.
103: Children's Rights.
104: Chillicothe Correctional Institution.
105: Chinese Americans.
106: Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882.
107: Chisholm v. Georgia.
108: Christie, Agatha.
109: Cincinnati, Ohio.
110: Citizen Participation on Juries.
111: Civil Disobedience.
112: Civil Rights Act of 1866.
113: Civil Rights Act of 1875.
114: Civil Rights Laws.
115: Clayton Anti-Trust Act of 1914.
116: Clemency.
117: Cleveland, Grover (Administration of).
118: Cleveland, Ohio.
119: Clinton, William (Administration of).
120: Clinton Correctional Facility.
121: Code of Silence.
122: Codification of Laws.
123: Cohens v. Virginia.
124: Coker v. Georgia.
125: Colonial Charters and Grants.
126: Colonial Courts.
127: Colorado.
128: Common Law Origins of Criminal Law.
129: Community Policing and Relations.
130: Community Service.
131: Compton, California.
132: Computer Crime.
133: Comstock Law.
134: Confession.
135: Confidence Games and Frauds.
136: Connecticut.
137: Constitution of the United States of America.
138: Convention on the Rights of the Child.
139: Convict Lease System.
140: Coolidge, Calvin (Administration of).
141: Corporal Punishment.
142: Corrections.
143: Corruption, Contemporary.
144: Corruption, History of.
145: Corruption, Sociology of.
146: Counterfeiting.
147: Court of Common Pleas.
148: Court of Oyer and Terminer.
149: Court of Quarter Sessions.
150: Courts.
151: Courts of Indian Offenses.
152: Coverture, Doctrine of.
153: Crabtree v. State.
154: Crime and Arrest Statistics Analysis.
155: Crime in America, Causes.
156: Crime in America, Distribution.
157: Crime in America, Types.
158: Crime Prevention.
159: Crime Rates.
160: Crime Scene Investigation.
161: Criminalization and Decriminalization.
162: Criminology.
163: Critical Legal Studies Movement.
164: Cruel and Unusual Punishment.
165: Cruelty to Animals.
166: Cummings, Homer.
167: Cunningham, Emma.
168: Customs Service as Police.
169: Czolgosz, Leon.
170: Dahmer, Jeffrey.
171: Darrow, Clarence.
172: Davis v. State.
173: Dayton, Ohio.
174: Death Row.
175: Declaration of Independence.
176: Defendant's Rights.
177: Delaware.
178: Dennis v. United States.
179: Deportation.
180: DeSalvo, Albert.
181: Detection and Detectives.
182: Deterrence, Theory of.
183: Detroit, Michigan.
184: Devery, William.
185: Dewey, Thomas E..
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Contents.
1: Dillard v. The State of Georgia.
2: Dillinger, John.
3: Dime Novels, Pulps, Thrillers.
4: Discretionary Decision Making.
5: District Attorney.
6: Domestic Violence, Contemporary.
7: Domestic Violence, History of.
8: Domestic Violence, Sociology of.
9: Douglas, William O..
10: Dred Scott v. Sandford.
11: Drinking and Crime.
12: Drug Abuse and Addiction, Contemporary.
13: Drug Abuse and Addiction, History of.
14: Drug Abuse and Addiction, Sociology of.
15: Drug Enforcement Administration.
16: Due Process.
17: Duren v. Missouri.
18: Dyer Act.
19: Earp, Wyatt.
20: Eastern State Penitentiary.
21: Eddy, Thomas.
22: Eisenhower, Dwight D. (Administration of).
23: Eisenstadt v. Baird.
24: Electric Chair, History of.
25: Electronic Surveillance.
26: Elkins Act of 1903.
27: Elmira Prison.
28: Embezzlement.
29: Emergency Quota Act of 1921.
30: Enforcement Acts of 1870–1871.
31: English Charter of Liberties of 1100.
32: Enron.
33: Entrapment.
34: Environmental Crimes.
35: Equality, Concept of.
36: Espionage.
37: Espionage Act of 1917.
38: Estes v. Texas.
39: Ethics in Government Act of 1978.
40: Everleigh Sisters.
41: Executions.
42: Famous Trials.
43: Fear of Crime.
44: Federal Bureau of Investigation.
45: Federal Common Law of Crime.
46: Federal Policing.
47: Federal Prisons.
48: Federal Rules of Criminal Procedure.
49: Federalist Papers.
50: Felonies.
51: Ferguson, Colin.
52: Fillmore, Millard (Administration of).
53: Film, Crime in.
54: Film, Police in.
55: Film, Punishment in.
56: Fingerprinting.
57: Fish and Game Laws.
58: Fletcher v. Peck.
59: Florida.
60: Floyd, Charles Arthur.
61: Ford, Gerald (Administration of).
62: Forensic Science.
63: Fornication Laws.
64: Fraud.
65: Freedom of Information Act of 1966.
66: Frontier Crime.
67: Frontiero v. Richardson.
68: Fugitive Slave Act of 1793.
69: Fugitive Slave Act of 1850.
70: Furman v. Georgia.
71: Gacy, John Wayne.
72: Gambling.
73: Gangs, Contemporary.
74: Gangs, History of.
75: Gangs, Sociology of.
76: Gardner, Erle Stanley.
77: Garfield, James (Administration of).
78: Gates v. Collier.
79: Gender and Criminal Law.
80: Genovese, Vito.
81: Georgia.
82: German Americans.
83: Gibbons v. Ogden.
84: Gideon v. Wainwright.
85: Giuliani, Rudolph.
86: Glidewell v. State.
87: Gotti, John.
88: Grafton, Sue.
89: Grant, Ulysses S. (Administration of).
90: Great Depression.
91: Green, Anna K..
92: Gregg v. Georgia.
93: Griffin v. California.
94: Griswold v. Connecticut.
95: Grutter v. Bollinger.
96: Guiteau, Charles.
97: Gun Control.
98: Guns and Violent Crime.
99: Habeas Corpus, Writ of.
100: Habeas Corpus Act of 1679.
101: Habeas Corpus Act of 1863.
102: Hamilton, Alexander.
103: Hammett, Dashiell.
104: Hanging.
105: Harding, Warren G. (Administration of).
106: Harrison, Benjamin (Administration of).
107: Harrison Act of 1914.
108: Hauptmann, Bruno.
109: Hawai'i.
110: Hayes, Rutherford B. (Administration of).
111: Hays, Jacob.
112: Hereditary Crime.
113: Hillerman, Tony.
114: Hispanic Americans.
115: History of Crime and Punishment in America: Colonial.
116: History of Crime and Punishment in America: 1783–1850.
117: History of Crime and Punishment in America: 1850 to 1900.
118: History of Crime and Punishment in America: 1900–1950.
119: History of Crime and Punishment in America: 1950–1970.
120: History of Crime and Punishment in America: 1970–Present.
121: Holden v. Hardy.
122: Holmes, Oliver Wendell, Jr..
123: Holt v. Sarver.
124: Homeland Security.
125: Homestead Act of 1862.
126: Hoover, Herbert (Administration of).
127: Hoover, J. Edgar.
128: Hurtado v. California.
129: Idaho.
130: Identity Theft.
131: Illinois.
132: Immigration Crimes.
133: Incapacitation, Theory of.
134: Incest.
135: Indecent Exposure.
136: Independent Treasury Act.
137: Indian Civil Rights Act.
138: Indian Removal Act.
139: Indiana.
140: Infanticide.
141: Insanity Defense.
142: Internal Revenue Service.
143: Internal Security Act of 1950.
144: International Association of Chiefs of Police.
145: Internment.
146: Interrogation Practices.
147: Interstate Commerce Act of 1887.
148: Intolerable Acts of 1774.
149: Iowa.
150: Irish Americans.
151: Italian Americans.
152: Jackson, Andrew (Administration of).
153: Jackson, Mississippi.
154: James, Jesse.
155: Japanese Americans.
156: Jefferson, Thomas.
157: Jefferson, Thomas (Administration of).
158: Jewish Americans.
159: Johnson, Andrew (Administration of).
160: Johnson, Lyndon B. (Administration of).
161: Johnson v. Avery.
162: Judges and Magistrates.
163: Judiciary Act of 1789.
164: Juries.
165: Jurisdiction.
166: Justice, Department of.
167: Juvenile Corrections, Contemporary.
168: Juvenile Corrections, History of.
169: Juvenile Corrections, Sociology of.
170: Juvenile Courts, Contemporary.
171: Juvenile Courts, History of.
172: Juvenile Delinquency, History of.
173: Juvenile Delinquency, Sociology of.
174: Juvenile Justice, History of.
175: Juvenile Offenders, Prevention and Education.
176: Juvenile Offenders in Adult Courts.
177: Kaczynski, Ted.
178: Kansas.
179: Kansas City, Missouri.
180: Katz v. United States.
181: Katzenbach v. McClung.
182: Kennedy, John F. (Administration of).
183: Kennedy, Robert F..
184: Kent State Massacre.
185: Kentucky.
186: Kevorkian, Jack.
187: Kidnapping.
188: King, Martin Luther, Jr..
189: King, Rodney.
190: Klebold, Dylan, and Eric Harris.
191: Knapp Commission.
192: Korematsu v. United States.
193: Ku Klux Klan.
194: Kunstler, William.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Contents.
1: La Guardia, Fiorello.
2: Landrum-Griffin Act of 1959.
3: Larceny.
4: Las Vegas, Nevada.
5: Law Enforcement Assistance Act.
6: Law Enforcement Assistance Administration.
7: Lawrence v. Texas.
8: Laws and Liberties of Massachusetts.
9: Lawyers Guild.
10: Leavenworth Federal Penitentiary.
11: Legal Counsel.
12: Leopold and Loeb.
13: Libertarianism.
14: Lincoln, Abraham (Administration of).
15: Lindbergh Law.
16: Lindsey, Ben.
17: Literature and Theater, Crime in.
18: Literature and Theater, Police in.
19: Literature and Theater, Punishment in.
20: Livestock and Cattle Crimes.
21: Livingston, Edward.
22: Lochner v. New York.
23: Los Angeles, California.
24: Louisiana.
25: Loving v. Virginia.
26: Luciano, “Lucky”.
27: Lynchings.
28: Macdonald, Ross.
29: Madison, James (Administration of).
30: Madoff, Bernard.
31: Magna Carta.
32: Maine.
33: Malcolm X.
34: Mandatory Minimum Sentencing.
35: Mann Act.
36: Manson, Charles.
37: Mapp v. Ohio.
38: Marbury v. Madison.
39: Marshall, John.
40: Martin v. Hunter's Lessee.
41: Maryland.
42: Maryland Toleration Act of 1649.
43: Massachusetts.
44: Matteawan State Hospital.
45: Mayflower Compact.
46: McCarthy, Joseph.
47: McCleskey v. Kemp.
48: McCulloch v. Maryland.
49: McKinley, William (Administration of).
50: McNabb v. United States.
51: McVeigh, Timothy.
52: Memoirs, Police and Prosecutors.
53: Memphis, Tennessee.
54: Menendez, Lyle and Erik.
55: Miami, Florida.
56: Michigan.
57: Military Courts.
58: Military Police.
59: Minnesota.
60: Minor v. Happersett.
61: Miranda v. Arizona.
62: Mississippi.
63: Mississippi v. Johnson.
64: Missouri.
65: M'Naghten Test.
66: Mollen Commission.
67: Monroe, James (Administration of).
68: Montana.
69: Moonshine.
70: Morality.
71: MOVE.
72: Mudgett, Herman.
73: Mug Shots.
74: Muhammad, John Allen.
75: Muller v. Oregon.
76: Munn v. Illinois.
77: Murder, Contemporary.
78: Murder, History of.
79: Murder, Sociology of.
80: Murders, Unsolved.
81: Music and Crime.
82: Narcotics Laws.
83: National Association for the Advancement of Colored People.
84: National Commission on Law Observance and Enforcement.
85: National Congress on Penitentiary and Reformatory Discipline.
86: National Organization for Women.
87: National Police Gazette.
88: National Prison Association.
89: National Security Act of 1947.
90: Native American Tribal Police.
91: Native Americans.
92: Nebraska.
93: Nelson, “Baby Face”.
94: Ness, Eliot.
95: Neutrality Enforcement in 1793–1794.
96: Nevada.
97: New Hampshire.
98: New Jersey.
99: New Mexico.
100: New Orleans, Louisiana.
101: “New Punitiveness”.
102: New York.
103: New York City.
104: Newark, New Jersey.
105: News Media, Crime in.
106: News Media, Police in.
107: News Media, Punishment in.
108: Nitti, Frank.
109: Nixon, Richard (Administration of).
110: North Carolina.
111: North Dakota.
112: Northwest Ordinance of 1787.
113: Oakland, California.
114: Obama, Barack (Administration of).
115: Obscenity.
116: Obscenity Laws.
117: Ohio.
118: Oklahoma.
119: Oklahoma City Bombing.
120: Olmstead v. United States.
121: Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1968.
122: Oregon.
123: Organized Crime, Contemporary.
124: Organized Crime, History of.
125: Organized Crime, Sociology of.
126: Oswald, Lee Harvey.
127: Padilla v. Kentucky.
128: Paine, Thomas.
129: Paretsky, Sara.
130: Parker, Isaac.
131: Parker, William.
132: Parole.
133: Peltier, Leonard.
134: Pendleton Act of 1883.
135: Penitentiaries.
136: Penitentiary Study Commission.
137: Penn, William.
138: Pennsylvania.
139: Pennsylvania System of Reform.
140: People v. Pinnell.
141: People v. Superior Court of Santa Clara County.
142: Percival, Robert V..
143: Peterson, Scott.
144: Petty Courts.
145: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
146: Pickpockets.
147: Pierce, Franklin (Administration of).
148: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
149: Plea.
150: Plessy v. Ferguson.
151: Poe, Edgar Allan.
152: Police, Contemporary.
153: Police, History of.
154: Police, Sociology of.
155: Police, Women as.
156: Police Abuse.
157: Political Crimes, Contemporary.
158: Political Crimes, History of.
159: Political Crimes, Sociology of.
160: Political Dissidents.
161: Political Policing.
162: Polk, James K. (Administration of).
163: Pornography.
164: Posses.
165: Presidential Proclamations.
166: President's Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice.
167: Prison Privatization.
168: Prison Riots.
169: Prisoner's Rights.
170: Private Detectives.
171: Private Police.
172: Private Security Services.
173: Probation.
174: Proclamation for Suppressing Rebellion and Sedition of 1775.
175: Procunier v. Martinez.
176: Professionalization of Police.
177: Prohibition.
178: Prostitution, Contemporary.
179: Prostitution, History of.
180: Prostitution, Sociology of.
181: Punishment of Crimes Act, 1790.
182: Punishment Within Prison.
183: Pure Food and Drug Act of 1906.
184: Puritans.
185: Quakers.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Contents.
1: Race, Class, and Criminal Law.
2: Race-Based Crimes.
3: Racism.
4: Rader, Dennis.
5: Ragen, Joseph.
6: Ramirez, Richard.
7: Rape, Contemporary.
8: Rape, History of.
9: Rape, Sociology of.
10: Ray, James Earl.
11: Reagan, Ronald (Administration of).
12: Reform, Police and Enforcement.
13: Reform Movements in Justice.
14: Rehabilitation.
15: Religion and Crime, Contemporary.
16: Religion and Crime, History of.
17: Religion and Crime, Sociology of.
18: Reports on Prison Conditions.
19: Retributivism.
20: Reynolds v. United States.
21: Rhode Island.
22: Ricci v. DeStefano.
23: Riots.
24: Robbery, Contemporary.
25: Robbery, History of.
26: Robbery, Sociology of.
27: Roberts v. Louisiana.
28: Rockefeller, Nelson.
29: Roe v. Wade.
30: Romer v. Evans.
31: Roosevelt, Franklin D. (Administration of).
32: Roosevelt, Theodore (Administration of).
33: Roth v. United States.
34: Rothstein, Arnold.
35: Ruby Ridge Standoff.
36: Rule of Law.
37: Rural Police.
38: Sacco and Vanzetti.
39: Salem Witch Trials.
40: San Francisco, California.
41: San Quentin State Prison.
42: Santobello v. New York.
43: Schenck v. United States.
44: School Shootings.
45: Schultz, “Dutch”.
46: Scopes Monkey Trial.
47: Scottsboro Boys Cases.
48: Secret Service.
49: Securities and Exchange Commission.
50: Sedition Act of 1918.
51: Segregation Laws.
52: Selective Service Act of 1967.
53: Sentencing.
54: Sentencing: Indeterminate Versus Fixed.
55: Serial and Mass Killers.
56: Sex Offender Laws.
57: Sex Offenders.
58: Sexual Harassment.
59: Shaming and Shunning.
60: Sheppard, Sam.
61: Sheppard v. Maxwell.
62: Sheriffs.
63: Sherman Anti-Trust Act of 1890.
64: Simpson, O. J..
65: Sin.
66: Sing Sing Correctional Facility.
67: Sirhan Sirhan.
68: Slave Patrols.
69: Slavery.
70: Slavery, Law of.
71: Smith, Susan.
72: Smith Act.
73: Smuggling.
74: Snyder, Ruth.
75: Sodomy.
76: South Carolina.
77: South Dakota.
78: Spillane, Mickey.
79: St. Louis, Missouri.
80: Stamp Act of 1765.
81: Standard Oil Co. of New Jersey v. United States.
82: State Blue Laws.
83: State Police.
84: State Slave Codes.
85: State v. Heitman.
86: Steenburgh, Sam.
87: Strauder v. West Virginia.
88: Strikes.
89: Students for a Democratic Society and the Weathermen.
90: Supermax Prisons.
91: Supreme Court, U.S..
92: Suspect's Rights.
93: Sutherland, Edwin.
94: Taft, William Howard (Administration of).
95: Tax Crimes.
96: Taylor, Zachary (Administration of).
97: Taylor v. State.
98: Tea Act of 1773.
99: Technology, Police.
100: Television, Crime in.
101: Television, Police in.
102: Television, Punishment in.
103: Tennessee.
104: Terrorism.
105: Terry v. Ohio.
106: Texas.
107: Texas Rangers.
108: Texas v. White.
109: Thaw, Harry K..
110: Theories of Crime.
111: Thoreau, Henry David.
112: Three Strikes Law.
113: To Kill a Mockingbird.
114: Tocqueville, Alexis de.
115: Torrio, John.
116: Torture.
117: Townshend Acts of 1767.
118: Traffic Crimes.
119: Training Police.
120: Trials.
121: Truman, Harry S. (Administration of).
122: Twining v. New Jersey.
123: Tyler, John (Administration of).
124: Uniform Crime Reporting Program.
125: United States Attorneys.
126: United States v. Ballard.
127: United States v. E. C. Knight Company.
128: United States v. Hudson and Goodwin.
129: United States v. Nixon.
130: United States v. One Book Called Ulysses.
131: Urbanization.
132: USA PATRIOT Act of 2001.
133: Utah.
134: Vagrancy.
135: Vermont.
136: Vice Commission.
137: Vice Reformers.
138: Victim Rights and Restitution.
139: Victimless Crime.
140: Victorian Compromise.
141: Vigilantism.
142: Violence Against Women Act of 1994.
143: Violent Crimes.
144: Virginia.
145: Vollmer, August.
146: Volstead Act.
147: Waco Siege.
148: Walling, George.
149: Walnut Street Jail.
150: Wambaugh, Joseph.
151: Warren, Earl.
152: Washington.
153: Washington, D.C..
154: Washington, George (Administration of).
155: Watergate.
156: Webb v. United States.
157: Weeks v. United States.
158: West Virginia.
159: White-Collar Crime, Contemporary.
160: White-Collar Crime, History of.
161: White-Collar Crime, Sociology of.
162: Whitney v. California.
163: Wickersham, George.
164: Wickersham Commission.
165: Wilson, James Q..
166: Wilson, O. W..
167: Wilson, Woodrow (Administration of).
168: Wisconsin.
169: Witness Testimony.
170: Wolf v. Colorado.
171: Women Criminals, Contemporary.
172: Women Criminals, History of.
173: Women Criminals, Sociology of.
174: Women in Prison.
175: Wuornos, Aileen.
176: Wyoming.
177: Xenophobia.
178: Yates, Andrea.
179: Yates v. United States.
180: Zeisel, Hans.
181: Zodiac Killer.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Contents.
1: 1600 to 1776: Introduction.
2: Primary Document 1609: Excerpt of Samuel de Champlain's Introduction of Firearms to the Indians.
3: Primary Document 1610 to 1611: Laws of the Colony of Virginia.
4: Primary Document 1637: Trial and Interrogation of Anne Hutchinson.
5: Primary Document 1641: Plymouth Colony Adultery Case.
6: Primary Document 1642: Capital Laws of New England.
7: Primary Document 1649: Maryland Act of Religion.
8: Primary Document 1662: Virginia Slave Laws.
9: Primary Document 1676: Bacon's Rebellion: The Declaration.
10: Primary Document 1689: Samuel Prince Describes the Boston Uprising.
11: Primary Document 1692: Accusations Against Elizabeth Proctor.
12: Primary Document 1706: Ann Putnam's Confession.
13: Primary Document 1741: Excerpt from the New York Negro Plot Trials Testimony.
14: Primary Document 1758: Mary Jemison's Account of Kidnapping by Indians.
15: Primary Document 1773: A First-Hand Account of the Boston Tea Party.
16: 1777 to 1800: Introduction.
17: Primary Document 1777: Slave Petition for Freedom to the Massachusetts Legislature.
18: Primary Document 1780: George Washington's Writings on Benedict Arnold's Treason.
19: Primary Document 1787: Thomas Jefferson on the Need for the Occasional Revolution.
20: Primary Document 1788: Excerpts from the Memoirs of Abigail Abbot Bailey.
21: Primary Document 1793: The Fugitive Slave Act of 1793.
22: Primary Document 1794: Runaway Slave Notice.
23: Primary Document 1794: Washington Proclamation on the Whiskey Rebellion.
24: Primary Document 1795: United States v. Mitchell.
25: Primary Document 1799: John Adams: Proclamation on the Insurrection in Pennsylvania.
26: Primary Document 1799: The Shays Rebellion in Massachusetts.
27: 1801 to 1850: Introduction.
28: Primary Document 1807: Indictment of Aaron Burr.
29: Primary Document 1823: Elkinson v. Deliesseline.
30: Primary Document 1831: Nat Turner's Jailhouse Confession.
31: Primary Document 1835: President Jackson's Remarks to Congress on Indian Removal.
32: Primary Document 1838: William Lloyd Garrison's Declaration of Sentiments.
33: Primary Document 1844: The Republic Article on the Philadelphia Ethnic Riots.
34: Primary Document 1844: An Eyewitness Account of the Murders of Joseph and Hyrum Smith.
35: 1851 to 1900: Introduction.
36: Primary Document 1851: The Alabama Journal's Account of a Fatal Duel.
37: Primary Document 1854: Excerpts from the Memoirs of Counterfeiter William Stuart.
38: Primary Document 1861: Telegram from Major Robert Anderson to the Secretary of War.
39: Primary Document 1861: Excerpt from the Memoir of Harriet Jacobs, a Slave Girl.
40: Primary Document 1865: Excerpt from Thomas M. Harris's Documents on the Assassination Conspiracy.
41: Primary Document 1865: A. G. Blair's Testimony on Inhumane Treatment at Andersonville Prison.
42: Primary Document 1867: Edwin M. Hale's Treatise on Abortion.
43: Primary Document 1869: Article on Jesse James's Bank Robbery.
44: Primary Document 1871: Excerpt from Testimony in Congressional Hearings on the Ku Klux Klan.
45: Primary Document 1874: Final Ransom Note in the Charley Ross Kidnapping.
46: Primary Document 1875: Chicago Daily Tribune Story on the John C. Colt Murder Trial.
47: Primary Document 1875: N. A. Jennings Tells of the Texas Rangers.
48: Primary Document 1875: Cole Younger's Account of the 1875 Northfield, Minnesota, Bank Robbery.
49: Primary Document 1878: Labor Leader Dennis Kearney's Anti-Chinese Address.
50: Primary Document 1884: New York Times Article on the Greely Expedition.
51: Primary Document 1885: Testimony of Chinese Laborer Survivors.
52: Primary Document 1886: Anarchist Oscar Neebe's Commentary on the Haymarket Affair.
53: Primary Document 1890s: Advertising by the Pinkerton Agency.
54: Primary Document 1891: George Sontag's Account of His First Train Robbery.
55: Primary Document 1892: Captain Richard H. Pratt on the Education of Native Americans.
56: Primary Document 1896: Excerpt from the Plessy v. Ferguson Decision.
57: 1901 to 1920: Introduction.
58: Primary Document 1906: New York Times Article on the Murder of Stanford White.
59: Primary Document 1909: The Department of Justice Creates the Bureau of Investigation.
60: Primary Document 1909: “Lynching: A National Crime” Speech by Ida B. Wells-Barnett.
61: Primary Document 1911: New York Times Article on the Triangle Shirtwaist Fire.
62: Primary Document 1912: New York Times Article on Law Creating Shorter Factory Working Hours.
63: Primary Document 1915: Atlanta Constitution Article on the Mob Abduction of Leo M. Frank.
64: Primary Document 1918: John Deml's Account of Anti-German Sentiment.
65: Primary Document 1919: Department of Justice Memorandum on Anarchists.
66: Primary Document 1919: Emma Goldman's Account of Her Deportation.
67: Primary Document 1919: W. M. Mink's Statement on the National Steel Strike.
68: 1921 to 1940: Introduction.
69: Primary Document 1921: State of Illinois v. Edward Cicotte, et al..
70: Primary Document 1924: An Act to Preserve Racial Integrity.
71: Primary Document 1925: H. L. Mencken's Commentary on the Scopes Trial.
72: Primary Document 1930: The Motion Picture Production Code of 1930.
73: Primary Document 1932: FBI Memorandum on Patent Infringement.
74: Primary Document 1933: FBI Memorandum on the National Motor Vehicle Theft Act.
75: Primary Document 1933: FBI Memorandum on the Leon Ulysses Mason Kidnapping and Extortion Case.
76: Primary Document 1933: FBI Memorandum on Veteran Fraud.
77: Primary Document 1933: United States v. One Book Called “Ulysses”.
78: Primary Document 1933: Bonnie Parker's “The Ballad of Bonnie and Clyde”.
79: Primary Document 1934: Excerpt from the Confession of Richard Albert Loeb.
80: Primary Document 1934: Department of Justice Memorandum on the Extortion of Eli Lilly and Company.
81: Primary Document 1934: Department of Justice Memorandum on the Extortion of the Ford Motor Company.
82: Primary Document 1935: FBI Memorandum on August Luer Kidnapping and Vivian Chase.
83: Primary Document 1935: “Why I Am a Dope Fiend” Pamphlet Against the Harrison Narcotic Law.
84: Primary Document 1938: Department of Justice Memorandum on Federal Juvenile Offenders.
85: Primary Document 1938: IRS Report on Huey Long's Louisiana Scandals.
86: Primary Document 1940: FBI Memorandum on Mann Act Violations.
87: Primary Document 1940: FBI Memorandum on Receiving the Twelve Millionth Fingerprint Card.
88: 1941 to 1960: Introduction.
89: Primary Document 1940s: Excerpt from the FBI Memorandum on the Jewish Hope Society Mail Fraud Scheme.
90: Primary Document 1942: FBI Memorandum on the Extortions of Bing Crosby and Harold Lloyd.
91: Primary Document 1942: FBI Memorandum on Henry Tatge's Failure to Report for Draft and Imprisonment.
92: Primary Document 1942: FBI Memorandum on a Vagrant's Draft Trouble.
93: Primary Document 1943: IRS Intelligence Unit Letter on the Thomas Pendergast Investigation.
94: Primary Document 1943: FBI Memorandum on “King of the Gypsies” Draft Trouble.
95: Primary Document 1943: FBI Memorandum on the Elmer Soller and Elmer Hartzel Sedition Case.
96: Primary Document 1946: FBI Memorandum on a Military Prison Break and Crime Spree.
97: Primary Document 1946: FBI Memorandum on Harboring Army Deserters.
98: Primary Document 1947: FBI Memorandum on Draft Desertion.
99: Primary Document 1948: FBI Memorandum on Clifford Carlyle Skaife's Crime Spree.
100: Primary Document 1950: FBI Subject Files Used in the Kefauver Hearings on Organized Crime.
101: Primary Document 1950: Statement of Bureau of Narcotics Commissioner Harry J. Anslinger.
102: Primary Document 1951: FBI Memorandum on Hugh Rakes and the Whiskey Conspiracy.
103: Primary Document 1951: Executive Order on the Interdepartmental Committee on Narcotics.
104: Primary Document 1952: FBI Memorandum on a Case of Kidnapping, Involuntary Servitude, and Slavery.
105: Primary Document 1954: Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer Admits Lying During Investigation.
106: Primary Document 1954: Communist Control Act.
107: Primary Document 1954: The Comic Book Code of 1954.
108: Primary Document 1954: Senate Resolution 301: Censure of Senator Joseph McCarthy.
109: Primary Document 1955: Congressional Report on Juvenile Delinquency.
110: Primary Document 1955: Senate Subcommittee's Interim Report on Television and Juvenile Delinquency.
111: Primary Document 1955: Trial Summary from Mildred Juanita Adams v. United States of America.
112: Primary Document 1955: Concerned Citizen Letter About Drug Traffic.
113: Primary Document 1955: Congressional Committee on Narcotics Interim Report.
114: Primary Document 1959: FBI Memorandum on Narcotics Violator Ralph Ciccone.
115: Primary Document 1959: FBI Report on Gaetano Lucchese.
116: Primary Document 1960: 1960 Adolph Coors III Murder Report.
117: 1961 to 1980: Introduction.
118: Primary Document 1962: Treasury Department Memorandum on “Lucky” Luciano's Drug Ring.
119: Primary Document 1962: Commission of Narcotics Report on Detroit Organized Crime and Racketeering.
120: Primary Document 1962: Bureau of Narcotics Report on Kansas City Organized Crime and Racketeering.
121: Primary Document 1963: Temporary Assignment of Narcotic Agents to Investigate Gambling.
122: Primary Document 1963: Proposed John F. Kennedy Speech for the March on Washington.
123: Primary Document 1963: Gerald R. Ford Interview on Working With John F. Kennedy.
124: Primary Document 1964: President's Advisory Commission on Narcotic and Drug Abuse Press Release.
125: Primary Document 1965: Customs Narcotics Report.
126: Primary Document 1965: Presidential Assassination Law.
127: Primary Document 1966: Senator Robert F. Kennedy Communications on the New York Transit Strike.
128: Primary Document 1968: Robert F. Kennedy News Release on the Assassination of Martin Luther King Jr..
129: Primary Document 1969: Department of Justice Statement on Miami Drug Smuggling.
130: Primary Document 1969: FBI Memorandum on Stolen Vehicle Case.
131: Primary Document 1969: HYMN Response to the Stonewall Riots.
132: Primary Document 1970: Testimony of Charles Manson in the Tate–LaBianca Murder Trial.
133: Primary Document 1974: Presidential Pardon Given to Richard M. Nixon.
134: Primary Document 1975: FBI Memorandum on Worldwide Church of God Allegations.
135: Primary Document 1977: FBI Internal Communications on Fugitive Ted Bundy.
136: Primary Document 1978: White House Memorandum on the 1868 Conviction of Dr. Samuel Mudd.
137: Primary Document 1980: Memorandum to President Jimmy Carter Regarding Love Canal.
138: 1981 to 2000: Introduction.
139: Primary Document 1981: White House Press Briefing on the Reagan Assassination Attempt.
140: Primary Document 1982: White House Directive on Managing Terrorist Incidents.
141: Primary Document 1985: National Security Decision Directive 179.
142: Primary Document 1990: Marla Hanson's Testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee.
143: Primary Document 1991: Excerpt from U.S. v. Exxon.
144: Primary Document 1993: Parchman State Penitentiary Lonely Heart Scam.
145: Primary Document 1997: Excerpt from Monica Lewinsky and Linda Tripp's Telephone Conversations.
146: Primary Document 1998: President Clin