This volume contains some of the significant documents and writings that helped lay the foundation of the United States of America and shape this country into the great democracy we know today.
On 6 November 1895 Consuelo Vanderbilt married Charles Spencer-Churchill, 9th Duke of Marlborough. Though the preceding months had included spurned loves, unexpected deaths, scandal and illicit affairs, the wedding was the crowning
Frederick Douglass' memoir, first published in 1845, set the tone for the American Abolitionist Movement.
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