Illustrated School History of the United States and the Adjacent Parts of America: From the Earliest Discoveries to the Present Time ...

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Washingtons Retreat Battle of White Plains
229
Battles of Trenton and Princeton
232
La Fayettes Arrival Tryon in ConnecticutCapture of Gen Prescott
236
Burgoynes Campaign and Surrender
239
XII Movements of Howe and Washington in 1777
248
The American Army at Valley Forge
253
Campaign of 1778 Monmouth Newport Savannah Wyoming
257
Campaign of 1779 Movements in South Carolina Capture of Stony PointSullivans Indian Expedition Siege of Savannah Paul Jones
262
Campaign of 1780 Fall of Charleston Partisan Warfare in the South Battle of Camden
269
Arnolds Treachery Battle of Kings Mountain
276
Campaign of 1781 The Cowpens Guilford Court House NinetySix Eutaw Springs
282
CHAPTER PAGE CHAPTER XIX Siege of Yorktown Surrender of Cornwallis
293
End of the Revolutionary War
298
Formation of a Federal Constitution
304
PART IV
312
John Adams Administration 17971801
326
Jeffersons Administration 18011809
329
Madisons Administration from 1809 to 1812
338
Madisons Administration continued 1812 844
344
Madisons Administration continued 1813
353
Madisons Administration continued 18141817
371
Monroes Administration 18171825 890
390
John Quincy Adams Administration 18251829 897
397
Jacksons Administration 18291837
401
Van Burens Administration 18371841
411
Administration of Harrison and Tyler 18411845
413
Polks Administration 18451849
423
Administration of Taylor and Fillmore 18491853
445
Pierces Administration 18531857
452
XVL Buchanans Administration 1857
458
Present condition of the United States
459

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