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The First U.S. History Textbooks: Constructing and Disseminating the American Tale in the Nineteenth Century

by Barry Joyce

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This book analyzes the common narrative residing in American History textbooks published in the first half of the 19th century. That story, what the author identifies as the American “creation” or “origins” narrative, is simultaneously examined as both historic and “mythic” in composition. It offers a fresh, multidisciplinary perspective on an enduring aspect of these works. The book begins with a provocative thesis that proposes the importance of the relationship between myth and history in the creation of America’s textbook narrative. It ends with a passionate call for a truly inclusive story of who Americans are and what Americans aspire to become.
The book is organized into three related sections. The first section provides the context for the emergence of American History textbooks. It analyzes the structure and utility of these school histories within the context of antebellum American society and educational practices. The second section is the heart of the book. It recounts and scrutinizes the textbook narrative as it tells the story of America’s emergence from “prehistory” through the American Revolution—the origins story of America. This section identifies the recurring themes and images that together constitute what early educators conceived as a unified cultural narrative. Section three examines the sectional bifurcation and eventual re-unification of the American History textbook narrative from the 1850s into the early 20th century. The book concludes by revisiting the relationship between textbooks, the American story, and mythic narratives in light of current debates and controversies over textbooks, American history curriculum and a common American narrative.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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^ David CHistory Textbooks: Constructing and Disseminating the American Tale in the Nineteenth CenturyTextbook writers like Samuel Goodrich, Benson Lossing, and Emma Willard, Joyce writes, were the early United States' storytellersBut for many decades, the social and legal defenses of free expression were extremely fragile in the United StatesIt established the principle of balanced reporting in high-quality writingIn peacetime criticism might lead to a loss of valuable printing contract, but in wartime the government needed the newspapers^ Marsha L(1978)The dominant constellation of definitions seems to consist of a series of negations—of government, of social responsibility, of a common public culture, of restraints on individual self-definition and consumer choice

 

Which country was now the asylum of the oppressed?21History Textbooks: Constructing and Disseminating the American Tale in the Nineteenth CenturyBorchardThe coming of independence rendered the rights of "freeborn Englishmen" irrelevant in AmericaConvinced that the United States was emerging as "the greatest of world-powers," Stead proposed that it and his homeland "merge" (by which he meant both political union and individual intermarriages), so that the enervated British could have their "exhausted exchequer" revived by an infusion of America's "exuberant energies." But what was most striking about Stead's little essay was that he located the essential source of American power less in the realm of military or economic might than in the relentless international spread of American culture—art, music, journalism, theater, even ideas about religion and gender relationschFrantz Fanon, The Wretched of the Earth, Constance Farrington, transMcKivigan and Jason H

 

The MuckrakersChadwin, The Hawks of World War II (Chapel Hill, N.C., 1968), 69–70, 275; Henry AWhile religious news was thin, writers typically interpreted good news in terms of God's favor, and bad news as evidence of His wrathShulman, "The Progressive Era Farm Press," Journalism History (1999) 25#1 pp 27-36President of the Association, 2000Bohemian Brigade: Civil War Newsmen in Action (1954) Weisberger, Bernard AcitiesNewspapers directed much abuse toward various politicians, and the eventual duel between Alexander Hamilton and Aaron Burr was fueled by controversy in newspaper pagesE"In journalism history and media history, a new generation of scholars 171bf2437f

 

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