Primary Sources for Unit 4 AP US History

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Primary Sources for Unit 4 AP US History

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Selected Primary Source documents from U.S. History (1800-1848). This packet works with Unit 4 in the new AP U.S. History curriculum. The file has been designed so that there are large margins on each page to allow for student annotation of documents.  Documents will work for students in grades 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12.

PDF is 27 pages in length, and most of the sources have been edited for student use.

Documents include:

  • Thomas Jefferson First Inaugural Address
  • Quotes from Thomas Jefferson about the Louisiana Purchase; Letter from Thomas Jefferson to Senator John C. Breckenridge; Thomas Jefferson’s Third Annual Message to Congress; Letter from Thomas Jefferson to Wilson Cary Nicholas
  • Image: A Boxing Match, or Another Bloody Nose for John Bull
  • Captain Cushing in the War of 1812
  • Democracy in America by Alexis de Tocqueville
  • John Quincy Adams - Diary Entry
  • Letter from Mary Barney to Andrew Jackson
  • President Andrew Jackson State of the Union Address 1830
  • Andrew Jackson - Bank Veto Message, July 10, 1832
  • President Jackson’s “Proclamation Regarding Nullification,” December 10, 1832.
  • Catharine Beecher, An Essay on Slavery
  • Angelina Grimke, Letters to Catharine Beecher
  • Horace Mann, Twelfth Annual Report to the Secretary of the Massachusetts State Board of Education, 1846
  • Frederick Douglass’ Narrative
  • Angelina Grimke Weld: Speech in Pennsylvania Hall
  • From David Walker’s Appeal
  • William Lloyd Garrison’s Response to Walker
  • William Lloyd Garrison from The Liberator -  January 1, 1831
  • Sojourner Truth - “Ain’t I A Woman?”
  • Henry David Thoreau - Civil Disobedience

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