Revolts, Protests, Demonstrations, And Rebellions In American History: An Encyclopedia, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1598842226
  • ISBN-13: 9781598842227
  • DDC: 303.48
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - College Senior
  • 772 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2010 | Published/Released May 2011
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Contains essays that describe the causes, course, and consequences of twenty revolts, protests, demonstrations, and rebellions in American history, from Bacon's Rebellion in 1675 to the Philadelphia Nativist Riots of 1844, and includes subentries that provide more in-depth information on related people, places, events, and ideas.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
Acknowledgments.
Introduction.
1: Bacon's Rebellion (1675–1676).
2: Bacon, Nathaniel (1647–1676).
3: Berkeley, Sir William (1605–1677).
4: House of Burgesses.
5: Indentured Servants.
6: Susquehannock Indians.
7: Tobacco.
8: Nathaniel Bacon's Manifesto (1676).
9: Nathaniel Bacon's “Declaration of the People of Virginia” (1676).
10: Pueblo Revolt (1680).
11: Franciscans (1209-Present).
12: Oñate, Juan de (c. 1552–1626).
13: Otermin, Antonio de (dates unknown).
14: Popé (dates unknown).
15: Pueblo Religions.
16: Santa Fé.
17: Declaration of Pedro Naranjo, December 19, 1681.
18: Leisler's Rebellion (1689–1691).
19: Calvinism.
20: Dominion of New England (1686–1689).
21: Leisler, Jacob (c. 1640–1691).
22: Religious Conflict in 17th-Century New York.
23: Jacob Leisler's Letter to the Governor and Committee of Safety at Boston, June 4, 1689.
24: Jacob Leisler: “A Modest and Impartial Narrative” (1690).
25: Stono Rebellion (1739).
26: Slave Codes.
27: South Carolina.
28: Description of the Rebellion by Georgia Governor James Oglethorpe (1739).
29: New York Slave Insurrection (1741).
30: Fires.
31: Manhattan Island.
32: Investigation into a New York Slave Conspiracy (1741).
33: Philadelphia Election Riot (1742).
34: Anglicanism.
35: Quakers.
36: Pima Revolt (1751).
37: Jesuits.
38: Oacpicagigua, Luis (d. 1755).
39: Parrilla, Diego Ortiz (c. 1715–c. 1775).
40: Tohono O'odham.
41: Pontiac's Rebellion (1763).
42: Amherst, Jeffrey (1717–1797).
43: French and Indian War (1754–1763).
44: Neolin (dates unknown).
45: Ohio River Valley.
46: Pontiac (d. 1769).
47: Smallpox.
48: Stamp Act Protests (1765).
49: Adams, Samuel (1722–1803).
50: Declaratory Act (1766).
51: Salutary Neglect.
52: Stamp Act Congress (1765).
53: Taxation without Representation.
54: Stamp Act Resolutions of the Virginia House of Burgesses (1765).
55: An Account of the Destruction of Lt. Governor Hutchinson's House by the Stamp Act Rioters in Boston (1765).
56: Boston Massacre (1770).
57: Adams, John (1735–1826).
58: Attucks, Crispus (c. 1723–1770).
59: Broadsides.
60: Preston, Thomas (1722–1798).
61: Revere, Paul (1734–1818).
62: George R. T. Hewes's Account of the Boston Massacre (1770).
63: Richard Palmes's Account of the Boston Massacre (1770).
64: Regulator Movement (1771).
65: Battle of Alamance (1771).
66: Dobbs, Arthur (1689–1765).
67: Husband, Herman (1724–1795).
68: Tryon, William (1729–1788).
69: Pine Tree Riot (1772).
70: Royal Authority.
71: Shipbuilding.
72: Boston Tea Party (1773).
73: Coercive Acts (1774).
74: First Continental Congress (1774).
75: Sons of Liberty.
76: Townshend Acts (1767).
77: George R. T. Hewes's Account of the Boston Tea Party (1773).
78: Shays’ Rebellion (1787).
79: Bowdoin, James (1726–1790).
80: Massachusetts General Court.
81: Shays, Daniel (1747–1825).
82: Taxes.
83: An Address to the People of Hampshire County, Massachusetts, Setting Forth the Causes of Shays’ Rebellion (1786).
84: A Letter to the Hampshire Herald Listing the Grievances of the Rebels (1786).
85: Whiskey Rebellion (1794).
86: Federal Supremacy.
87: Hamilton, Alexander (1755–1804).
88: Martial Law.
89: Tom the Tinker.
90: President George Washington's Proclamation against the Whiskey Rebellion (1794).
91: President George Washington's Second Proclamation against the Whiskey Rebellion (1794).
92: Antebellum Suppressed Slave Revolts (1800s–1850s).
93: Boxley, George (c. 1779–1865).
94: Deslondes, Charles (d. 1811).
95: Gabriel (d. 1800).
96: Vesey, Denmark (c. 1767–1822).
97: Description of Denmark Vesey (1822).
98: Nat Turner's Rebellion (1831).
99: Abolitionists.
100: Confessions of Nat Turner.
101: Moses Story.
102: Slave Preachers.
103: Turner, Nat (1800–1831).
104: A Contemporary Account of Nat Turner's Revolt (1831).
105: Texas Revolt (1835–1836).
106: Battle of the Alamo (1836).
107: Austin, Stephen F. (1793–1836).
108: Houston, Samuel (1793–1863).
109: Santa Anna, Antonio Lopez de (1794–1876).
110: Dorr Rebellion (1841–1842).
111: Charterites.
112: Dorr, Thomas Wilson (1805–1854).
113: Universal White Male Suffrage.
114: Luther v. Borden: The Judicial Aftermath of Rhode Island's Dorr Rebellion (1849).
115: Philadelphia Nativist Riots (1844).
116: Catholicism.
117: German Americans.