10 edition of Manifest destiny and the expansion of America found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Rodney P. Carlisle and J. Geoffrey Golson, editors.|
|Series||Turning points : actual and alternate histories|
|Contributions||Carlisle, Rodney P., Golson, J. Geoffrey.|
|LC Classifications||E179.5 .M33 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||185109833X, 1851098348|
|ISBN 10||9781851098330, 9781851098347|
|LC Control Number||2006102133|
In general, manifest destiny is the idea that westward expansion of America to the Pacific was a clear purpose that the nation was destined to fulfill. The term “manifest destiny” was first used in and article published in a journal called The Democratic Review in This idea gave Americans a hunger for land with the reasoning behind it. Manifest destiny was the 19th century U.S. belief that the country had a divine right to expand across and take over the continent. Evaluate how the concept of manifest destiny shaped U.S. thought and movement. The concept of manifest destiny, coined by a newspaper editor, justified American expansion across the continent.
Perpetual ‘manifest destiny’ on the shores of Santa Monica Photos from Sarah Lee’s new book “West of West: A Photographic Exploration of the Edge of America” highlight the tourist. This book looks at the social and cultural roots of Manifest Destiny when exploring the history of U.S. territorial expansion. It includes coverage of the global context of Manifest Destiny, the early settlement of Texas, and the critical role of women in America's territorial expansion.
Manifest Destiny was a term coined by John O'Sullivan in It encompassed the idea that the United States was destined to occupy all the land between the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. The. of America’s manifest destiny. The self-serving concept of manifest destiny, the belief that the expansion of the United States was divinely ordained, justifiable, and inevitable, was used to rationalize the removal of American Indians from their native homelands. In the minds of white Americans, the IndiansFile Size: KB.
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By Rodney P. Carlisle, J. Geoffrey Golson Chronology of Manifest Destiny. The Hill and Wang Critical Issues Series: concise, affordable works on pivotal topics in American history, society, and politics.
Stephanson explores the origins of Manifest Destiny--the American idea of providential and historical chosenness--and shows how and why Cited by: This is a short book about a large subject: manifest destiny.
Manifest destiny refers to the belief that America was chosen by God to spread from coast to coast, with a few field trips into places like Hawaii, the Philippines, Cuba, and Haiti as well. The book is only pages long and incredibly verbose/5.
The beginning part of the book is why I wouldn't give it 5 stars. The brief summary of the history of Manifest Destiny in America is a real let down. I was expecting a lot more in terms of information and history on Manifest Destiny but the amount of primary sources more Cited by: 5.
Manifest Destiny, in U.S. history, the supposed inevitability of the continued territorial expansion of the boundaries of the United States westward to the Pacific and beyond.
Before the American Civil War (–65), the idea of Manifest Destiny was Manifest destiny and the expansion of America book to validate continental acquisitions in the Oregon Country, Texas, New Mexico, and. Get this from a library.
Manifest destiny and the expansion of America. [Rodney P Carlisle; J Geoffrey Golson;] -- Looks at ten turning points in American history and offers a review of each event, alternative scenarios, and discussion questions. The "every man is equal" mentality of the Jacksonian Era fueled this optimism.
Now, with territory up to the Mississippi River claimed and settled and the Louisiana Purchase explored, Americans headed west in droves. Newspaper editor John O'Sullivan coined the term "manifest destiny" in to describe the essence of this mindset.
Read this book on Questia. Although destiny and mission have a pedigree that predates the nation itself, it was not until the early nineteenth century that profound changes in American life were combined with the idealism of the nation's revolutionary beginnings and with currents of European Romanticism to produce a popular romantic nationalism that gave new meaning to the idea of progress.
Manifest Destiny And The Westward Expansion Words | 4 Pages. The term of Manifest Destiny originated in the s and in the 19th century it was a belief that the United States will expand its territory throughout North America by influences of social, economic and political aspects.
In this unique reference, leading historians describe not only how the expansion of the American nation in the early 19th century was a turning point in U.S. history that led to the Civil War, but also alternative scenarios--what happened and what almost happened.
This volume poses "what if" questions about ten crucial "tipping points" in the history of U.S. expansionism between and the Reviews: 1. In this compelling book titled Manifest Destiny and American Territorial Expansion, it focuses on social, cultural, and political content.
Manifest destiny is an important principle in American history. Manifest destiny came about in the s that sped up the western settlement and. Americans justified the expansion with the ideology of “Manifest Destiny,” invoking divine providence, national superiority, and exceptionalism.
This lesson looks ways that the ideology of Manifest Destiny expressed both national political objectives and the goals of. Manifest Destiny has been one of the most influential ideologies in American history, serving as the justification for the nations territorial expansion in the antebellum era.
In this compelling collection, Amy Greenberg focuses on the social, cultural and political context that gave rise to Manifest Destiny/5. Manifest Destiny: A Primary Source History of America's Territorial Expansion in the 19th Century Jesse Jarnow, J.
Moriarty The Rosen Publishing Group, - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages. In the s and s, “Manifest Destiny,” the idea that the United States was destined to expand across the entire continent, was used to promote further territorial expansion.
The concept of American expansion was much older, but John L. O’Sullivan coined the term “Manifest Destiny” in the July/August issue of the United. The history of Manifest Destiny and the Westward expansion of the United States is told in a factual timeline sequence consisting of a series of short facts providing a simple method of relating the relevant, significant events that lead to the idea of the Manifest Destiny of the United States of America.
Manifest Destiny Timeline and Facts for. Madison understood what enthusiasts of Manifest Destiny and, its concomitant, territorial expansion did not: liberty and equality are fundamentally antagonistic.
Manifest Destiny as it took shape in the s and early s merged these republican principles into a powerful argument for territorial expansion that would reify and ensure both. Although Manifest Destiny was embraced by many, it was still a disputed philosophy with opposing views stemming out from Americans even in the s.
There are proponents and opponents stating their points of view. List of Pros of Manifest Destiny. There was territorial expansion. Generally, expansions mean improvement and progress. Manifest Destiny American Expansion & the Empire of Right by Anders Stephanson available in Trade Paperback onalso read synopsis and reviews.
When John O'Sullivan wrote in" the right of our manifest destiny to overspread and to Author: Anders Stephanson. Book Summary: The title of this book is Manifest Destiny and American Territorial Expansion and it was written by Amy S.
Greenberg. This particular edition is in a Paperback format. This books publish date is and it has a suggested retail price of $ It was published by Bedford/St.
Martin's and has a total of pages in the Pages:. Manifest Destiny was the belief that Americans and American ideas and values were morally superior and therefore we were obligated to spread those values in order to free people from European power.
The 13 colonies were believed to be a chance to start over and correct the problems of. This book explains the origins of territorial expansion and traces the course of Manifest Destiny to its culminating moment, the conquest of Mexico and the acquisition of the western territories.
It also weighs major historical interpretations that have evolved over the years, from those praising expansionism to those condemning it as.MANIFEST DESTINY Manifest destiny emerged as an ideol ogy in the s that the United States was destined to expand across the North American continent.
Rather than a spe cific policy, manifest destiny was a belief in the superiority of the so-called Anglo Saxon race and that westward expansion.