U.S. History; 1865 to 1920, including Reconstruction & World War I


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973 United States History continued

973.8 Later nineteenth century, 1865-1901

Contemporary American History 1877-1913

1914
Beard, Charles A. Go to Book
DDC: 973.8

A text book which is intended to supply the student and the general reader with a handy guide. The history of the period is treated mainly from the economic viewpoint. Contains an annotated bibliography.
— Standard Catalog for Public Libraries: History (H.W. Wilson) 1929
Chapter headings are:

1. The Restoration of White Dominion in the South
2. The Economic Revolution
3. The Revolution in Politics and Law
4. Parties and Party Issues, 1877-1896
5. Two Decades of Federal Legislation, 1877-1896
6. The Growth of Dissent
7. The Campaign of 1896
8. Imperialism
9. The Development of Capitalism
10. The Administrations of Theodore Roosevelt
11. The Revival of Dissent
12. Mr. Taft and Republican Disintegration
13. The Campaign of 1912
Appendix
Bibliography

For a 1916 guide to recommended reading on U.S. history since the Civil War, see: “The United States since the Civil War” in, The Study Outline Series in Section 016 Bibliographies of Special Subjects in Bibliographies, Subject Book Lists & Study Outlines

U.S. History

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Indian Fights and Fighters; The Soldier and the Sioux

McClure, Phillips 1904
Brady, Cyrus Townsend Go to Book
DDC: 973.8

The book has 23 chapters; each portraying a separate incident or battle, divided among two parts. There are also appendices.

1. Protecting the Border
2. The War with the Sioux

Northwestern Fights and Fighters

Doubleday, Page 1913
Brady, Cyrus Townsend, ed.Go to Book
DDC: 973.8

Numerous stories from Indian wars in the north and northwest, authored mostly by a variety of military officers. The book is divided into three parts:

1. The Nez Perce War
2. The Modoc War
Appendix

Reconstruction and the Constitution 1866-1876

NY: Scribner’s Sons 1905
Burgess, John W.Go to Book
DDC: 973.8


Relations of the United States and Spain: the Spanish-American War

1911
Chadwick, French EnsorGo to Book|Go to Book
DDC: 973.8

A comprehensive, well documented history which is of special value for its extended presentation of the Spanish point of view.
— A.L.A. Catalog 1926
Chapter headings are:

Volume I
1. Naval Movements and Preparations
2. The Forces
3. Strategy
4. Spanish Views
5. The Beginning of Hostilities
6. The Battle of Manila
7. Sampson’s Move Eastward, the Attack on San Juan, and Cervera’s Arrival in the Caribbean
8. Cervera’s Voyage
9. The Moves to Intercept Cervera
10. Cienfuegos
11. The Movements of the Flying Squadron
12. The Situation in Santiago
13. Sampson Leaves for Santiago; Schley Begins Blockad
14. The Blockade and the Sinking of the “Merrimac”
15. The Blockade of Santiago
16. The Blockade of Santiago: The Army Movement
Appendices

Volume II
1. The Army Expedition to Santiago
2. The Spanish Situation at Santiago
3. The Army’s Advance on Santiago
4. The Army’s Advance on Santiago – Continued
5. The Battles of El Caney and San Juan Hill
6. The Sortie of the Spanish Squadron
7. The Naval Battle of Santiago
8. After the Battle
9. The Investment of Santiago
10. Preparations for the East. In Front of Santiago
11. The Surrender of Santiago
12. The Eastern Squadron. Preparing for the New Expeditions
13. The Puerto Rico Expedition
14. Last Operations in the North Atlantic
15. The Blockade and Minor Operations
16. The Blockade of Manila and Despatch of Troops
17. The Cruise of Camara’s Squadron
18. The Army at Manila
19. The Surrender of Manila
20. The Peace Protocol
21. The Treaty of Peace
Bibliography
Appendices

U.S. Foreign relations, Spanish-American War, U.S. Military history

National Problems 1885-1897 (American Nation, Vol. 24)

1907
Dewey, Davis RichGo to Book
DDC: 973.8

“Beginning with the new economic conditions that the Cleveland administration of 1884 found, Professor Dewey traces the course of the national problems to 1897. He deals with organized labor, civil service, the tariff, silver, railroads, foreign relations, the reorganization of the Republican party, foreign policy, commercial organization currency, and the free coinage campaign of 1896.” Book Review Digest. Contains maps and bibliography.
— Standard Catalog for Public Libraries: History (H.W. Wilson) 1929
Chapter headings are:

1. Growth and Development (1880-1897)
2. The Civil Service (1885-1888)
3. Organized Labor (1884-1888)
4. Tariff Agitation (1885-1889)
5. Silver and Expenditures (1885-1889)
6. National Supervision of Railroads (1886-1896)
7. Fisheries and Isthmian Canal (1885-1889)
8. Campaign of 1888 (1887-1888)
9. Solidifying the Republican Party (1888-1892)
10. The Negro Vote (1890)
11. McKinley Tariff and Billion-Dollar Congress (1889-1893)
12. Trusts (1882-1897)
13. Foreign Affairs under Harrison (1889-1893)
14. Silver Agitation (1889-1893)
15. Presidential Election of 1892
16. Maintenance of the Gold Standard (1893-1896)
17. Democratic Tariff Legislation (1893-1895)
18. Labor Disturbances (1894)
19. Hawaii and Venezuela (1894-1895)
20. Campaign for Free Coinage (1896)
21. Critical Essay on Authorities

U.S. History, Politics and government, U.S. Social conditions, 19th Century history

Reconstruction; Political and Economic 1865-1877 (American Nation, Vol. 22)

1907
Dunning, William Archibald Go to Book
DDC: 973.8

“The purpose of the volume is to show that Reconstruction, with all its hardships and inequities, was not deliberately planned as a punishment and humiliation for those formerly in rebellion, though the spirit of retribution had its part. It was an effort, clumsy and partisan, yet in the main honestly meant to make provision for the inevitable consequences of the Civil War.” Editor’s introduction. Contains maps and bibliography.
— Standard Catalog for Public Libraries: History (H.W. Wilson) 1929
Chapter headings are:

1. Problems of the Restored Union (1865)
2. Working towards a Peace Basis (1865)
3. The Policy and Ambition of President Johnson (1865)
4. The First Congressional Policy of Reconstruction (1865-1866)
5. The Judgment of North and South on Reconstruction (1866-1867)
6. Radical Reconstruction at Washington (1866-1868)
7. Radical Reconstruction in the South (1867-1868)
8. The Election of Grant (1868)
9. Economic and Social State of the Nation (1865-1869)
10. A Critical Period in Foreign Relations (1865-1873)
11. The Climax of Radical Reconstruction (1869-1872)
12. The Liberal Republican Movement and its Failure (1870-1872)
13. Political and Social Demoralization in the South (1870-1873)
14. Commercial and Industrial Demoralization in the North (1869-1873)
15. The “Tidal Wave” of 1874
16. The Supreme Court and Reconstruction (1865-1875)
17. The Movement towards White Supremacy in the South (1874-1875)
18. The Nadir of National Disgrace (1875-1876)
19. The Presidential Campaign (1876)
20. The Disputed Count (1876)
21. The Electoral Commission (1877)
22. Critical Essay on Authorities

Reconstruction period, 19th Century U.S. history

Documents Relating to Reconstruction

Morgantown, WV: 1904
Fleming, Walter L., ed.Go to Book
DDC: 973.8

Chapter headings are:
1. The Knights of the White Camelia
2. Ku Klux Klan
3. The Union League of America
4. & 5. Public Frauds in South Carolina
6. & 7. The Freedmen’s Bureau
8. The “Black Codes” of 1865-1866

The Cleveland Era …

Toronto: Glasgow, Brook 1919
Ford, Henry JonesGo to Book
DDC: 973.8

(title continued) ” … A Chronicle of the New Order in Politics”


The United States in our Own Times 1865-1920

1912
Haworth, Paul LelandGo to Book
DDC: 973.8

“Primarily a political history, very fairly successful in the difficult task of trying to see recent events in historical perspective, and having the great merits of being eminently readable. . . Maps, index and valuable annotated list of suggessted readings.” N.Y. State Library
— Standard Catalog for Public Libraries: History (H.W. Wilson) 1929
Chapter headings are:

1. The Aftermath of War
2. President Johnson’s Plan of Reconstruction
3. Congress takes Control
4. Mexico, Alaska, and the Election of 1868
5. The Fruits of Reconstruction
6. Foreign Relations and the Liberal Republican Movement
7. The End of an Era
8. The Passing of the “Wild West”
9. An Interlude
10. The Changing Order
11. The Return of the Democracy
12. The Second Harrison
13. Hard Times and Free Silver
14. The War with Spain
15. “Imperialism”
16. “Big Business” and the Panama Canal
17. Roosevelt’s “Second” Term
18. The New West
19. The Progressive Revolt
20. The “New Freedom” and “Watchful Waiting”
21. America Enters the Great War
22. Campaigns of 1918
23. The Peace Conference
24. A Golden Age in History
Suggestions for Further Reading

For a 1916 guide to recommended reading on U.S. history since the Civil War, see: “The United States since the Civil War” in, The Study Outline Series in Section 016 Bibliographies of Special Subjects in Bibliographies, Subject Book Lists & Study Outlines

U.S. Political history

America as a World Power 1897-1907 (American Nation, Vol. 25)

1907
Latane, John HolladayGo to Book
DDC: 973.8

A fine study which deals mainly with the Spanish war of 1898 and its consequences. It also includes the economic and administrative questions of the time. Maps and bibliography.
— Standard Catalog for Public Libraries: History (H.W. Wilson) 1929
Chapter headings are:

1. Intervention in Cuba (1895-1898)
2. First Period of the Spanish War (April-May, 1898)
3. Second Period of the Spanish War (June-August 1898)
4. Peace Negotiations (1898-1899)
5. The Philippine Insurrection (1898-1902)
6. American Diplomacy in the Orient (1897-1895)
7. Free Silver versus Imperialism (1900)
8. The Status of Dependencies (1898-1901)
9. Civil Government in the Philippines (1898-1907)
10. The Republic of Cuba (1899-1907)
11. The Alaskan Boundary (1898-1903)
12. The Panama Canal (1898-1907)
13. The Election of 1904 (1901-1904)
14. International Arbitration (1899-1907)
15. The Monroe Doctrine and World Politics (1895-1902)
16. The Forcible Collection of Public Debts (1901-1907)
17. Immigration (1880-1907)
18. Economic Tendencies (1895-1907)
19. Critical Essay on Authorities

U.S. Territorial expansion, U.S. Diplomatic history, U.S. Foreign relations

Since the Civil War

1920
Lingley, Charles RamsdellGo to Book
DDC: 973.8

“The historian is lucid, and despite his necessary brevity he is never uninteresting nor pedantic. His strokes are sure although they are rapid. He is also fair.” Boston Transcript
— Standard Catalog for Public Libraries: History (H.W. Wilson) 1929
Chapter headings are:

1. Reconstruction and its Aftermath
2. In President Grant’s Time
3. Economic Foundations of the New Era
4. Political and Intellectual Background of the New Issues
5. The New Issues
6. The Administration of Rutherford B. Hayes
7. The Politics of the Early Eighties
8. The Overturn of 1884
9. Transportation and its Control
10. Extreme Republicanism
11. Industry and Laissez Faire
12. Democratic Demoralization
13. The Trend of Diplomacy
14. The Rise of the Wage Earner
15. Monetary and Financial Problems
16. 1896
17. Republican Domination and War with Spain
18. Imperialism
19. The Beginning of a New Century
20. Theodore Roosevelt
21. Politics, 1908-1912
22. Economic and Political Tendencies Since 1896
23. Later International Relations
24. Woodrow Wilson
25. The United States and the World War

U.S. Reconstruction period, U.S. history

History of the United States since the Civil War (5 volumes)

1917-26
Oberholtzer, Ellis Paxson Go to Vol 1|Go to Vol 2|Go to Vol 3|Go to Vol 4
DDC: 973.8

Vol 5 was published in 1926 and is not in the public domain.
Contents: Vol 1 – 1865-68; Vol 2 – 1868-72; Vol 3 – 1972-78; Vol 4 -1878-88.
“The work seems to us, on the whole, to be of great value. Mr. Oberholtzer has an unerring vision for political chicanery. He is exceedingly incisive and succinct in his estimates without oeing prolix and pursuing mere literature. His enthusiasms are fresh, vibrant, interesting. Above all they make good history. No writer of his day has treated his period
more freshly, more surely, more keenly. It is the sort of history that makes the reader keenly anxious to peruse the coming volumes.” Boston Transcript
— Standard Catalog for Public Libraries: History (H.W. Wilson) 1929
Chapter headings are:

Volume I
1. President Johnson
2. The South after the War
3. Congress in Control
4. The Triumphant North
5. Beyond the Mississippi
6. The Indians
7. War upon the President
8. Mexico, Ireland and Alaska

Volume 2
9. Reconstructing the South
10. Impeachment and Trial of Andrew Johnson
11. The Campaign of 1868
12. Grant as President
13. The Ku Klux Klan
14. The “Alabama” Claims
15. To the Pacific and Beyond
16. The End of the Orgy

Volume 3
17. The Greeley Campaign
18. The Panic of 1873
19. Clearing away the Wreck
20. Rout of the Carpetbaggers
21. Hayes and Tilden
22. The Hayes Administration
23. On the Plains and in the Mountains
24. Letters and Art

Volume 4
25. Up from Panic and Depression
26. Garfield and Arthur
27. Arthur’s Administration and the Election of 1884
28. The Chinese
29. President Cleveland
30. War upon the President
31. The New South
32. In the West

assassination of Lincoln, Jefferson Davis, Johnson’s Southern Policy, Amnesty Proclamation, North Carolina Proclamation, Negro Suffrage, negro colonization, Chinese Coolies, Freedmen’s bureau, ruffianism, Thirteenth Amendment, Reconstruction, Black Codes, Freedmen, Negro suffragists, Carl Schurz’s report Wendell Phillips, Nebraska Bill, Civil Rights Bill, Freedmen’s Bureau Bill, Atlantic Cable, Field’s Pacific Cable, Cuban Cable, Cyrus Field, Sewing Machine, discovery of petroleum, Isthmian Canal, settlement of Colorado, “Great American Desert”, Chinese immigration, overland roads, mule trains, Credit Mobilier, Northern Pacific Railway, Minnesota massacres, Sand Creek Affair, Fort Phil Kearny massacre, George C. Custer, Philip Sheridan, Fourteenth Amendment, Memphis Riots, Philadelphia Convention of 1866, Grand Army of the Republic, Louisiana Bill, Military Reconstruction Bill, impeachment of Johnson, Tenure of Office Bill, Johnson-Stanton Imbroglio, Irish Republic, Revolution in Mexico, Fenians, Alaskan Treaty, scalawags, Thimblerigging Chase, San Domingo Commission, spoils system, civil service reform, Ku Klux Klan, night riding, emigration to Liberia, escape of the Alabama, blockade running, roaring towns, Darien canal, Tehuantepec Route, Anson Burlingame, Sutro tunnel, Chicago fire, Commodore Vanderbilt, Daniel Drew, Jay Gould, James Fisk, Jr., Tweed Ring, Horace Greeley, Grange, specie payments, moiety system, Whiskey Ring, cheating the Indians, Indian Ring, Red Cloud Commission, Freemen’s Bank, Centennial Exposition, Wheeler Adjustment, Roscoe Conkling, James G. Blaine, waving the bloody shirt, Samuel J. Tilden, greenbackers, Carl Schurz, Rutherford B. Hayes, New York Custom House, Indian Bureau, Colorado gold rush, Apaches, Cheyennes, Sioux rising, Modoc War, Nez Perces, conservation, Yellowstone National Park, Johns Hopkins University, Atlantic Monthly, Scribner’s Monthly, Molly Maguires, railway riots, Monetary Conference of 1878, the Great Fraud, river and harbor bill, tariff reform, pauper labor, Ben Butler, Cleveland Scanda, Mugwumps, Rum Romanism and Rebellion, Chinatwon, Anti-Coolie Clubs, Denis Kearney, hoodlums, Angell Commission, Ten Year Exclusion Bill, Silver Question, Public Land System, Nicaragua Treaty, regulation of interstate commerce, Western Union Strike, Knights of Labor, Haymarket Riot, Prohibition, Canadian fisheries, Chinese exclusion, industrial awakening, exodus of Negroes, Yazoo Bottom, Peabody Fund, Slater Fund, Hampton Institute, Booker Washington, Tuskegee, Moonshiners, Negro lynching, James J. Hill, public domain, felling the forests, Oklahoma, Ute Indians, Geronimo, Carlisle School, Indian Schools, Utah and the Mormons, Panama Canal, polygamy

The McKinley and Roosevelt Administrations, 1897-1909

1922
Rhodes, James FordGo to Book
DDC: 973.8

“The twelve years covered by this history . . . include the Spanish American war and its resulting problems, the period of vast business expansion and consolidation, the building of the Panama canal and Roosevelt’s campaign against the trusts. The personalities who stand out, beside the two presidents, are Mark Hanna, I. P. Morgan, John Hay, Andrew Carnegie, Bryan, Root and Taft. As Mr. Rhodes reaches this recent period in our history, his historical detachment is less easily maintained and his political bent more apparent.” Book Review Digest. Illustrations are portraits of public men of the period.
— Standard Catalog for Public Libraries: History (H.W. Wilson) 1929

See also: Olcott, Charles Sumner, The Life of William McKinley in Century Past Biographies: M, N & O

Mark Hanna, St. Louis Convention, bimetallists, Dingley tariff, Cuban question, the Maine, George Dewey, Battle of Manila, Theodore Roosevelt, San Juan Hill, destruction of the Spanish fleet, defeat of Spain, Monroe Doctrine, Hawaii, gold standard legislation, John Hay, J. P. Morgan, Open Door, Boxer Uprising, William J. Bryan, William Jennings Bryan, Andrew Carnegie, U.S. Steel, Stock Panic of 1901, John D. Rockefeller, Standard Oil Co., anti-imperialsist, Schurman comission, Elihu Root, Taft Commission, guerilla warfare, torture by American soldiers, Cameron Forbes, Northern Securities case, Charleston Exposition, Anthracite coal strike, Grover Cleveland, Alaska Boundary dispute, Hay-Pauncefote Treaty, Hay-Herran Treaty, Hay-Bunau-Varilla Treaty, St. Louis Fair, Morocco Affair, Algeciras Conference, Hepburn Bill, Interstate Commerce Commission, Meat Inspection Act, Pure Food Law, muckraking, Brownsville Affray, Panic of 1907, Reclamation Act, Henry Cabot Lodge, Oliver P. Morton

The Rough Riders

1899
Roosevelt, Theodore Go to Book
DDC: 973.8

A vivid account of the famous volunteer regiment which Roosevelt led during the Spanish American war. Illustrated from photographs.
— Standard Catalog for Public Libraries: History (H.W. Wilson) 1929
Chapter headings are:

1. Raising the Regiment
2. To Cuba
3. General Young’s Fight at Las Guasimas
4. The Cavalry at Santiago
5. In the Trenches
6. The Return Home
Appendices

Spanish-American War, Rough Riders, Theodore Roosevelt, U.S. Military history

National Development, 1877-1885 (American Nation, Vol. 23)

1907
Sparks, Edwin Erle Go to Book
DDC: 973.8

An excellent book which deals with the history and the social and economic conditions of the time as well as questions of foreign policy. Maps and bibliography.
— Standard Catalog for Public Libraries: History (H.W. Wilson) 1929
Chapter headings are:

1. The New Spirit of ’76 (1876-1877)
2. The People and their Distribution (1877-1880)
3. Invention and Discovery (1877-1885)
4. Problems of Transportation (1875-1885)
5. Industrial Problems (1875-1885)
6. President Hayes and the South (1876-1877)
7. Republican Dissensions (1877-1878)
8. The Federal Election Laws (1876-1881)
9. Currency and Fisheries (1877-1881)
10. Civil Service Evils (1877-1880)
11. Presidential Election of 1880 (1880-1881)
12. Civil Service Reform (1881-1884)
13. The Isthmian Canal (1877-1885)
14. The Chinese Question (1879-1885)
15. The Far West (1876-1888)
16. The Indian Question (1877-1885)
17. The Tariff of 1883 (1873-1883)
18. Inland Commerce (1875-1885)
19. The Election of 1884 (1882-1884)
20. Critical Essay on Authorities

19th Century U.S. History, U.S. Economic history, American economic development


973.9 Early 20th century, 1901-

Our War with Germany; a History

1919
Bassett, John SpencerGo to Book
DDC: 973.9

A concise, readable account of the war period.
— Standard Catalog for Public Libraries: History (H.W. Wilson) 1929
Chapter headings are:

1. Early Effects of the World War in the united States
2. The Belligerents and Neutral Trade
3. Germany and the United States
4. American Ideals as Affected by the War in Europe, 1914-1917
5. The United States Drawn into the Great War
6. Preparations for War
7. Organizing the National Resources
8. The War Policies of the Administration
9. The American Expeditionary Force
10. Learning the War Game in France
11. Fighting in the Marne Salient, May to July, 1918
12. The Last Two Months of Fighting
13. Naval Operations
14. Preliminaries to the Peace Negotiations
15. The Treaty of Versailles

World War I, Great War, U.S. Foreign relations, 20th Century U.S. history, U.S. Military history

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Our Army at the Front

NY: Scribner’s Sons 1922
Broun, HeywoodGo to Book
DDC: 973.9


The Armies of Industry

New Haven: Yale University 1921
Crowell, Benedict and Wilson, Robert Forrest Go to Vol 1|Go to Vol 2
DDC: 973.9

(title continued) ” … Our Nation’s Manufacture of Munitions for a World in Arms 1917-1918″


Demobilization; Our Industrial and Military Demobilization After the Armistice 1918-1920

New Haven: Yale University 1921
Crowell, Benedict and Wilson, Robert ForrestGo to Book
DDC: 973.9


The Path of Empire …

New Haven: Yale University 1919
Fish, Carl RussellGo to Book
DDC: 973.9

(title continued) ” … A Chronicle of the United States as a World Power”


Uncle Sam’s Fact Book of the World War …

NY: Hammond 1918
Go to Book
DDC: 973.9

(title continued) ” … containing a thousand and one facts worth knowing concerning the struggle for democracy, including army and navy organization, insignia of rank, pay rolls, branches of the service, regulating laws, classification under and official record of drafts, etc. “


The Enemy Within; the Inside Story of German Sabotage in America

NY: Putnam’s Sons 1937
Landau, HenryGo to Book
DDC: 973.9

(title continued) ” … profusely illustrated with photographs and photostatic copies of original documents”


The United States in the World War

1918-20
McMaster, John BachGo to Vol 1|Go to Vol 2
DDC: 973.9

Volume 1 is “a convenient summary of the documentary and diplomatic history of the part played by the United States in the Great war. The story begins with Germany’s declaration of war in 1914, and proceeds with an account of each successive phase of the conflict that had a bearing on the final decision of the United States to enter the war,” Review of Reviews.
Volume 2, which covers 1918-20, “completes the history of the United States in the World War. . . Interestingly written and includes many details not treated in other books; specially good on war work at home, rather inadequate on the work of our army and navy abroad. Chapters on the peace treaty and its rejection, sources are principally newspaper reports. Valuable for ready reference. Useful texts in appendix.” N.Y. State Library
“The book reads easily and presents a great body of material interestingly.” American Historical Review
— Standard Catalog for Public Libraries: History (H.W. Wilson) 1929
Chapter headings are:

Volume I
1. The Opening of the European War
2. Pro-German Propaganda – Belgian Relief
3. Neutral Trade
4. Submarine Frightfulness
5. The “Lusitania” Notes
6. An Embargo Demanded
7. Treacherous Acts of German Officials
8. Sinking without Warning
9. Preparedness and Pacifists
10. Plots and Crimes in Sea and on Land
11. The Peace Notes
12. Diplomatic Relations Broken
13. We Enter the War
14. The Call to the Colors
15. German Intrigue
16. Rationing and Fighting
17. International Peace Debate

Volume II
1. Submarines off our Coast
2. War Work at Home
3. Fighting in France
4. Peace Offensives
5. The Armistice
6. The President Goes Abroad
7. The Peace Conference
8. The Treaty of Peace
9. The Treaty Rejected
Appendices

World War I, Great War, U.S. Foreign relations, 20th Century U.S. history, U.S. Military history

The History of the American Expedition Fighting the Bolsheviki …

Detroit: Polar Bear 1920
Moore, Joel R. (Captain) and others, ed.Go to Book
DDC: 973.9

(title continued) ” … campaigning in North Russia 1918-1919″


America in Battle, with Guide to the American Battlefields in France and Belgium

Menasha, WI: Banta 1920
Moss, James A. (Col.) andHowland, Harry S. (Col) Go to Book
DDC: 973.9


Handbook of Federal World War Agencies and Their Records 1917-1921

Westport, CT: Greenwood 1943
National Archives Go to Book
DDC: 973.9

Reprint of a 1943 edition of a National Archives publication.

The New Republic Book: Selections from the First Hundred Issues

NY: Republic 1916
New Republic, ed.Go to Book
DDC: 973.9

Articles are from issues spanning 1914-1916.

National Progress, 1907-1917 (American Nation, Vol. 27)

1918
Ogg, Frederic AustinGo to Book
DDC: 973.9

“Comprehensive, impartial summary, not too condensed for interest, of the leading events in the national, economic and political history of the United States during [this period]. Six maps, critical essay on authorities and index.” N.Y. State Library
“The election of 1908, the corporations and the trusts, tariff controversies, injunctions, party unrest, and Taft reaction are the subjects which occupy the earlier chapters. The canal, Latin America, the election of 1912, and our growing colonial empire come next. . . Woodrow Wilson, the Democratic reforms, and the Great war close the story.” Dial
— Standard Catalog for Public Libraries: History (H.W. Wilson) 1929
Chapter headings are:

1. The Election of 1908 (1907-1908)
2. Currency and Tariff (1907-1909)
3. Railroad Regulation (1901-1913)
4. Corporations and Trusts (1901-1912)
5. Industry and Labor (1905-1914)
6. Conservation and Reclamation (1905-1916)
7. Population and Immigration (1906-1917)
8. Administrative Expansion and Reorganization (1900-1916)
9. Democracy and Responsibility in Government (1900-1916)
10. Political Unrest and Party Disintegration (1909-1912)
11. The Election of 1912 (1911-1912)
12. The Democrats in Power (1913-1914)
13. Financial, Industrial, and Colonial Policy (1913-1917)
14. The Guardianship of the Caribbean (1907-1917)
15. Latin American Issues and Policies (1907-1917)
16. The Mexican Imbroglio (1910-1917)
17. The Pacific and Asia (1907-1917)
18. Neutral Rights (1914-1916)
19. Economic Problems and Policies in War Time (1914-1917)
20. The Election of 1916 (1913-1916)
21. Preparedness and the Approach of War (1914-1917)
22. Critical Essay on Authorities

U.S. 20th Century history, U.S. political history, U.S. Foreign relations

Our Gallant Madness

Garden City, NY: Doubleday, Doran 1937
Palmer, Frederick Go to Book
DDC: 973.9


Woodrow Wilson and the World War; A Chronicle of Our Own Times

Toronto: Glasgow, Brook 1921
Seymour, CharlesGo to Book
DDC: 973.9


Recent American History

1924
Shippee, Lester BurrellGo to Book
DDC: 973.9

“This study covers the history of the United States from the close of the Civil War to 1923. The primary emphasis is placed upon the events themselves, with so little discussion of personalities and policies that the narrative seems to deal largely with the externalities of history. . . The narrative is well proportioned and skillfully handled. It is withal a very useful book.” American Economic Review. Maps and bibliographies
— Standard Catalog for Public Libraries: History (H.W. Wilson) 1929
Chapter headings are:

1. The South and Reconstruction
2. Reconstruction in the North
3. At the Close of Reconstruction
4. Out of the Depths
5. Politics of the Hayes Administration
6. The Tariff and Politics
7. The Coming of Big Business
8. The Labor Side
9. Cleveland’s First Term
10. Triumphant Republicanism
11. The Coming of Populism
12. Politics and the Panic
13. The Silver Campaign
14. Foreign Relations
15. The War with Spain
16. The Parting of the Ways
17. The New Age
18. The Age of Big Business
19. The Fruits of Imperialism
20. Domestic Policies of Roosevelt
21. William Howard Taft
22. The Progressives
23. President Wilson’s Peace Program
24. Latin America and the Monroe Doctrine
25. The Trials of a Neutral
26. America enters the War
27. The Forces at the Front
28. The Peace Treaty
29. Post War Problems
30. The Return of the Republicans

American history

The Victory at Sea

NY: Doubleday, Page 1920
Sims, Rear-Admiral William SowdenGo to Book
DDC: 973.9


Yankee Ingenuity in the War

NY: Harper & Brothers 1920
Stockbridge, Frank ParkerGo to Book
DDC: 973.9


Mobilizing Civilian America

NY: Council on Foreign Relations 1940
Tobin, Harold J. and Bidwell, Percy W.Go to Book
DDC: 973.9


The A.E.F. in Battle

NY: Appleton 1928
Van Every, Dale Go to Book
DDC: 973.9


The New World of Science; its Development during the War

NY: Century 1920
Yerkes, Robert Means, ed.Go to Book
DDC: 973.9

Essays by numerous authors on a wide variety of topics.

The Wilson Administration and the Great War

Boston: Badger 1922
Young, Ernest WilliamGo to Book
DDC: 973.9



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