Jacksonian And Antebellum Age.Jacksonian And Antebellum Age
Mark R. Cheathem, editor
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No segment of America's two-hundred year old history has been more colorful and critical than the years between the election of Andrew Jackson to be the first populist president of the United States The head of the Executive Branch, one of the three branches of the federal government.
The U.S. Constitution sets relatively strict requirements about who may serve as president and for how long. and the advent of the American Civil War American Civil War
or Civil War or War Between the States
(1861–65) Conflict between the U.S. federal government and 11 Southern states that fought to secede from the Union. . The latest volume in the ABC-Clio 'Perspective in American Social History' series, "Jacksonian And Antebellum Age: People And Perspectives" offers an informed and informative survey of America during a time of westward expansion, increasing conflicts with Native Americans, the coming of the Industrial Revolution, and the emerging abolitionist movement. Enhanced with occasional black-and-white illustrations, the text is composed of contributions by accomplished historians and academicians under the skilled editorship of Mark R. Cheathem (Assistant Professor of History, Southern New Hampshire University Southern New Hampshire University, also known as SNHU, is a private university in Manchester, New Hampshire. Their athletics name is "The [SNHU] Penmen".
The University was founded in 1932 by Harry A.B. ), the nine articles comprising "Jacksonian And Antebellum Age" cover such issues as African American African American Multiculture A person having origins in any of the black racial groups of Africa. See Race. Revolutionaries; Presidential Politics and Social Scandal; Children and Culture; The Jacksonian Frontier; women, Taverns, and Travel; Religious Sects List of religious movements labelled or classified as sects in one of the sociological meanings of the term.