Table of contents for The Indiana way : a state history / James H. Madison.


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   Peoples and Empires before the Americans                    3
      Prehiistory and P1rehistoric Peoples, 3
      The Land, 7
      Conte.ts Joe Empire, 10
      The British Empire in the West, 1763-1776, 18
   The American Nation and the West, 1776-1800                20
      The American Revolution in the West, 1776-17I83, 20
      The New Nation andl the Northwest Territo , 1783-1800, 27
iii Indiana Territory and Statehood, 1800-1816                36
      Treaties andl Conflicts with Indians., 37
      (Governmment (and Politics in Indiana TerrIito y, 1800--1810,
      Statehood and the Constitution oJ 1816, 50
iv  On the Indiana Frontier                                    7
      lMigration and Settlement Patternis, 58
      Land (and the Frontier Fami)y Home, 62
      Food, Clothiig, and lHealth, 66
v   The Evolving Pioneer Economy                              74
      Rivers anld to(ads, 75
      Canrls and tihe System of 1836, 82
      Merichiaits, Ban kers, and Ma Inu /at.re,rs, 86
      Town Buitdiaig, 93
vi Pioneer Community Life                                     98
       The Irote.,itant I'frontier, 98
      laonlity, 'o( (llS1 Ortder, alnd ci/ot., I0()'
      Pioneer L(liu ation, 10)8
      Ther New I   maLnyl n (iv attn an itic.\  I 15)
vii  Pioneer Government and Politics                           121
      La ad Acqull.jitio  a rid Indianr Reawz'ilr,  I 22
      Governtnent and the Geoeral lWelare, 126
      Pioneer Politics, 13 1
      The Con stitutional Convention of 1850-1851, 138
      The Pioneer Legacy, 140
viii Making a Living, 1850-1920                                145
       Life on the Farm, 147
       The lRailroad Age, 153
       Induastrialization a d the Riset of Big RBursiess, 158
       Labor and the Workers' VWorld, 163
ix  Hoosiers Together, 1850-1920                               18
      Black Hoosiers, 169)
      Ethnic Hoosiert, 173
      Urban and Small Towln Hloosier. 175
      Educating Hoosiers, 179
      Religious tloo.sier, 185
      Culture and Leisucre, 187
x   The Politics of the Civil War Era, 1850-1873               193
       The Poltics o(/ the 1850., 1 941
       A Civil Warr at Homne, 197
       Reconstruction, 1865-1873, 205
xi  The Indiana Way of Politics, 1873-1920                     208
       Politics, Indiana Style, 1873-I18;96 208
       The Politics of Moderate Re/arrm, 1890-1916(, 218
       4 ;odern Ag/e? 228
xii The People since 1920                                    233
      Many Kinds tof Ioosiers, 234
      Black Hoosiers and the Civil Rights "Revolution," 2411
      The Continuing Challenges of Public School Re/orm, 247
      Basketball and Other Forms of Leisure and Culture, 253
xiii The Economy since 1920                                  262
      Agriculture and Farm Life, 263
      The Automobile Age, 268
      The Industrial Economy, 274
      Government, Labor, and the Economy, 281
xiv  The Politics of a State                                 288
      The Klan and the Politics of Mediocrity: The 1920s, 289
      Liberalism, Ambition, and the New Deal: The 1930s, 295
      Party Politics since 1940, 302
      State Government since 1940, 308
xv   Hoosiers Past and Present                               318
APPENDIXES                                                   323
NOTES                                                         333
A GUIDE TO FURTHER READING                                   352
INDEX                                                        355



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Indiana History