Encyclopedia Of Media And Propaganda In Wartime America, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-13: 9781598842289
  • DDC: 303.3
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 757 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2010 | Published/Released April 2011
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Overview

Explores how war has been reported and interpreted by the media in the United States and what effects those reports and interpretations have had on the people at home and on the battlefield.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Dedication.
Contents.
Preface.
About the Editors and Contributors.
Chronology of Important Events 1675–1905.
1: North American Colonial Wars and the American Revolution (1775–1783).
2: Introduction.
3: Propaganda.
4: Adams, Samuel.
5: An Apology for Printers.
6: Arnold, Benedict.
7: Art (Colonial Wars and American Revolution).
8: Boston Massacre.
9: Boston Tea Party.
10: Broadsides.
11: Bunker Hill, Battle of.
12: Canada.
13: Captivity Narratives.
14: Cato's Letters.
15: Cobbett, William.
16: Committees of Correspondence.
17: Common Sense.
18: Continental Congress.
19: Cooper, James Fenimore.
20: Declaration of Independence.
21: Dickinson, John: Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania.
22: Don't Tread on Me.
23: Doolittle, Amos.
24: Dove, David James.
25: Dunmore Decree.
26: Edes, Benjamin.
27: Federalist Papers.
28: Franklin, Benjamin.
29: Freneau, Philip Morin.
30: Gaspée Incident.
31: History of the American Revolution.
32: Hutchinson, Thomas.
33: Jefferson-Franklin Plan.
34: Join, or Die.
35: Journal of Occurrences.
36: King Philip's War.
37: Last of the Mohicans.
38: Lexington and Concord, Battle of.
39: Massachusetts Spy.
40: McCrea, Jane.
41: Music (Colonial Wars and American Revolution).
42: Newspapers (Colonial Wars and American Revolution).
43: Otis, James.
44: Paine, Thomas.
45: Pamphlets (Colonial Wars and American Revolution).
46: Pennsylvania Gazette.
47: Publick Occurrences Both Forreign and Domestick.
48: Ramsay, David.
49: Revere, Paul.
50: Royal American Magazine.
51: Sermons.
52: Sons of Liberty.
53: Stamp Act.
54: Stars and Stripes.
55: Taxation without Representation.
56: Trumbull, John.
57: United States Magazine.
58: Vincent, Philip.
59: Washington, George: Farewell Address.
60: Yankee Doodle.
61: Further Reading: North American Colonial Wars and the American Revolution (1775–1783).
62: Wars of the Early Republic and the War of 1812.
63: Introduction.
64: Propaganda.
65: Art (Early Republic and War of 1812).
66: Baltimore Riots.
67: Barbary States.
68: Boone, Daniel.
69: Calhoun-Randolph Debate on the Eve of the War of 1812.
70: Federal Republican.
71: Genet Incident.
72: “Hail Columbia”.
73: Hanson, Alexander Contee.
74: Hartford Convention.
75: Kendall, Amos.
76: Key, Francis Scott.
77: New Orleans, Battle of.
78: Old Ironsides.
79: She Would Be a Soldier.
80: Tecumseh.
81: Tripolitan War.
82: Uncle Sam.
83: USS Philadelphia Incident.
84: War Hawks.
85: XYZ Affair.
86: Further Reading: Wars of the Early Republic and the War of 1812.
87: American Indian Wars.
88: Introduction.
89: Propaganda.
90: Camp Grant Massacre.
91: Carson, Kit.
92: Century of Dishonor.
93: Cherokee Phoenix.
94: Chief Seattle Speech.
95: Cody, Buffalo Bill.
96: Custer, George Armstrong.
97: Dime Novels.
98: Film (American Indian Wars).
99: Flipper, Henry Controversy.
100: General Allotment Act (Dawes Act).
101: Geronimo.
102: Ghost Dance.
103: Grant's Peace Policy.
104: Indian Removal Act.
105: Iroquois League.
106: King, Charles.
107: Little Bighorn, Battle of the.
108: Missionaries.
109: Nez Perce Campaign.
110: Quanah.
111: Remington, Frederic.
112: Russell, Charles Marion.
113: Sand Creek Massacre.
114: Sitting Bull.
115: Standing Bear v. Crook.
116: Trail of Tears.
117: Warren Wagon Train Massacre.
118: Washita, Battle of the.
119: Wild West Shows.
120: Winnemucca, Sarah.
121: Wounded Knee Massacre.
122: Further Reading: American Indian Wars.
123: Mexican-American War.
124: Introduction.
125: Propaganda.
126: Alamo.
127: All of Mexico Movement.
128: Art (Mexican-American War).
129: Correspondents (Mexican-American War).
130: Currier, Nathaniel.
131: Frémont, John Charles.
132: Guadalupe Hidalgo, Treaty of.
133: Halls of the Montezumas.
134: Kendall, George Wilkins.
135: Lowell, James Russell.
136: Manifest Destiny.
137: Nativism and Secret Societies.
138: Nebel, Carl.
139: Order of the Star Spangled Banner.
140: Polk, James Knox: War Address.
141: Proclamations to U.S. Soldiers.
142: Remember the Alamo.
143: San Patricio Battalion.
144: Slavery Issue.
145: Taylor, Zachary.
146: Telegraph.
147: Thoreau, Henry David.
148: Wilmot Proviso.
149: Further Reading: Mexican-American War.
150: American Civil War.
151: Introduction.
152: Propaganda.
153: Abolitionist Propaganda.
154: Associated Press.
155: Barnard, George Norton.
156: Bates, Gilbert Henderson.
157: Brady, Mathew.
158: Bull Run, First Battle of.
159: Censorship of News Media during Wartime (Civil War).
160: Committee on the Conduct of the War.
161: Confederacy Propaganda in Europe.
162: Confederate Battle Flag.
163: Confederate Manifesto.
164: Copperhead Press.
165: CSS Alabama.
166: Dana, Charles Anderson.
167: De Leon, Edwin.
168: Ellsworth, Elmer Ephraim.
169: Emancipation Proclamation.
170: Europe as a Propaganda Target.
171: Foreign Reaction toward the United States.
172: Foreign Recruits.
173: Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper.
174: Garrison, William Lloyd.
175: Gettysburg Address.
176: Greeley, Horace.
177: Harper's Weekly.
178: Hotze, Henry.
179: Lincoln, Abraham.
180: Loyal Publication Society.
181: Music (Civil War).
182: Nast, Thomas.
183: Newspapers (Civil War).
184: Photography (Civil War).
185: Presidential Proclamation of May 18, 1864.
186: Press Association.
187: Press Coverage.
188: Richardson, Albert Deane.
189: Thompson, John Reuben.
190: Uncle Tom's Cabin.
191: U.S. Signal Corps.