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Changes Introduced.-Ohio.-Purchase of Louisiana.-War with Tripoli.—Death of Hamil-
ton.-Michigan.-Burr's Conspiracy.-Dilficulties with England and France.-American Ein
SECTION 1. 1809-10-11 :-Continued Difficulties with England.-Battle of Tippecanoe.
Mackinaw. - Colonel Miller. -Surrender of Detroit.- Battle of Queenstown. The Consti-
Meigs. - Defence of Fort Sandusky.---Battle of Lake Erie.-of the Thames.--Fort Mims.
non.--Argus and Pelican.-The Boxer.-The Essex.--War on the Sea-board.
SECTION IV. 1814:-Fort Erie.--Battle of Chippewa.–Of Lundy's Lane.-OF Plattsburg-Of
Bladensburg.-Barning of the Capitol.-Events near Baltimore.-At Stonington.--Cap.
ture of Pensacola.-Battle of New Orleans.- Hartford Convention.-War with Algiers.
Second National Bank.
State of the Country.--Difficulties with the Creeks and Seminoles.- Capture of st.
Marks and Pensacola. -Purchase of Florida.-The Missouri Question.- Lafayette's Visit.
3. Q. ADAMS'S ADMINISTRATION.
Controversy with Georgia. -Deaths of the Ex-Presidents, Adams and Jefferson.-The Eleo-
Removal from Office.-- United States Bank.-Winnebago War.--Tariff, and State Rights
VAN BUREY'S ADMINISTRATION.
Condition of the Country. Specie Circular.-Independent Treasury -Seminole War Con-
inued--Election of 1810.
The Government of the United States as Compared with Other Federal Governmenta.-The
EARLY FRENCH SETTLEMENTS IN NORTH AMERICA; PRESENT
BRITISH PROVINCES; MEXICO; AND TEXAS.
The Change of Dominion.-Canada During the American Revolution.--Ditlsion of Canada
Its Early History.-Domestic Dissensions.--Repeated Conquests of the Country by the Eng.
CHAPTERS V, VI, AND VII.
History of the Toltecs - The Chichemecas.—The Aztecs or Mexicans.-Their knowledge of
The Spanish Conquest.-Condition of the Aborigines.-General Policy of the Spanish Colo-
Situation of Spain in 1808.-General Situation of the Spanish American Colonies at this pe-
Divisions amons, the Mexican Spaniards.-Designs of the Viceroy.-Revolt of Iturbide and
MEXICO, FROM THE ADOPTION OF THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION OF 1824, TO
THE COMMENCEMENT OF THE WAR WITH THE UNITED STATES IN 1846.
TEXAS, AS A PART OF MEXICO, WHILE UNDER THE SPANISH DOMINION. (1521-1821.5
Indian Tribes.-La Salle's Colony at Matagorda.-De Leon's Expedition.-First Spanish Set-
CONTAINED IN THE FOLLOWING WORK.
1 CHART OF AMERICAN HISTORY 16-17 20 Doorway of a Building at Kewick 87
2 MAP OF THE INDIAN TRIBES
20 21 LANDING OF THE PILGRIMS
3 Plan of Ruins at Marietta, Ohio 66 22 Heraldric Colors
4 Ruins at Circle ville
66 52 (30) Seals of the States and Territo-
5 Ruins Dear Newark
6 Ruing near Somerset
67 63 Seal of the United States
7 On the North Branch of Paint Creek 67 54 Valley of Mexico
10 Map of Yucatan and the Adjoining 57 Port Royal Island and Vicinity 129
74 58 Vicinity of St. Augustine
11 Plan of the Ruins of Palenque 74 69 Harbor of St. Augustine
12 Building called the Palace
75 60 Roanoke Island and Vicinity
13 Plan of the Ruins of Copan
76 61 Vicinity of Jamestown
14 Stone Altar found at Copan
781 62 POCAHONTAS SAVING THE LIFE
15 Plan of the Ruins of Chichen
OF CAPTAIN SMITH
16 Plan of the Ruins of Uxmal
17 The “ House of the Governor"
63 Plymouth and vicinity
18 Ground Plan of the Same
64 Vicinity of Boston
19 Stone Building at Labna
84 05 Valley of the Conn. River, in Mass. 194
881 66 Narragansett Fort and Swamp 195
248 118 MAP OF THE COUNTRY AT THE CLOSE
872 128 Map of the Bays of Matagorda, Espi-
Corpus Christi and their Vicinities 641