Documents of the Emerging Nation (häftad)
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Rowman & Littlefield
Giunta, Mary A. (red.)/Graebner, Norman A. (red.)/Hill, Peter P. (red.)/Kaplan, Lawrence S. (red.)
illustrations, map, glossary, notes
153 x 223 x 17 mm
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Documents of the Emerging Nation (häftad)

Documents of the Emerging Nation

U.S. Foreign Relations, 1775-1789

Häftad Engelska, 1998-06-01
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Documents of the Emerging Nation traces the efforts of John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, John Jay, Thomas Jefferson, and others to establish a credible international presence of the country as a new nation. Diplomatic despatches, private letters, and other documents from archives, libraries, and historical societies-including the National Archives, the Library of Congress, and French and British sources-reveal events in the formative years of U.S. diplomacy.
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Documents of the Emerging Nation: U.S. Foreign Relations, 1775-1789 brings a veritable library of diplomatic records into the classroom. This treasure trove holds gems that illustrate the great challenges faced by American diplomats in gaining foreign recognition, entering into treaties, achieving independence, and fulfilling the new nation's promise in an inhospitable world. -- John P. Kaminski, University of Wisconsin-Madison Congratulations to the editors and the National Historical Publications and Records Commission for a job well done. They have compiled a sourcebook that is sure to be the standard documentary text for college-level courses on early American foreign relations. As suggested by the title, the collection highlights the fundamental relationship between American nationalism and American foreign relations. -- William E. Weeks, San Diego State University An enormously useful compilation of documents critical for the understanding of American foreign relations during the Revolutionary and Confederation periods. Documents of the Emerging Nation will enrich all courses in early American history and is essential for all serious students of the period. -- Kinley Brauer, University of Minnesota

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Mary A. Giunta is a historian with the National Historical Publications and Records Commission. J. Dane Hartgrove is a member of the staff of the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.


Part 1 Wartime Diplomacy Chapter 2 Beinnings of U.S. Diplomacy Chapter 3 French Aid Prior to Formal Treaties Chapter 4 The Problems Facing France Chapter 5 Negotiating Treaties with France Chapter 6 Negotiations with Spain Chapter 7 Early Peace Efforts Chapter 8 Negotiating the Treaty of Peace Part 9 Postwar Diplomacy Chapter 10 Anglo-American Commerce Chapter 11 Postwar Diplomacy with France Chapter 12 Postwar Diplomacy with Spain Chapter 13 Other Diplomatic Fronts Chapter 14 The Barbary Powers Chapter 15 The Far East Trade Chapter 16 Relations with Native Americans Chapter 17 Toward Federal Diplomacy