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Title
Defending a new nation, 1783-1811 Defending a new nation, 1783-1811
Type
Text
Language
English
Illustrative Content
illustrations
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Classification
LCC: E301 .M22 2013 (Source: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2013481495
Summary
"Tells the story of several military campaigns against Indians in the Northwest Territory, the Army's role in suppressing the Whiskey Rebellion (1794), the quasi-war with France and confrontations with Spain, the influence of Jeffersonian politics on the Army's structure, and the Lewis and Clark Expedition"--Publisher's website.
Table Of Contents
Building on Washington's legacy, 1783-1790
Securing the frontier
The Whiskey Rebellion, 1794
Institutional changes to meet new challenges, 1795-1800
The Army of the early Jefferson administration, 1801-1805
The Army and the second Jefferson administration, 1805-1809
Clouds on the horizon, 1809-1812.
Authorized Access Point
Maass, John R. Defending a new nation, 1783-1811
Authorized Access Point Variant
Center of Military History. Defending a new nation, 1783-1811