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trades unions
Transportation Bill
Travel
in 1790
in 1810
Treasury department established
Treasury notes
Treaty
of Penn with Indians
of Utrecht
of Ryswick
of Aix-la-Chapelle
of Paris
with France
Jay's
with Spain
of Ghent
of Greenville
of 1818
of 1819
Webster-Ashburton
with Mexico
with Texas
of 1846
with China
of Washington
with Hawaii
between Great Britain and Venezuela
_Trent_
Trent, William
Trent Affair
Trenton
battle of
Tripoli
war with
Trusts
see Corporations.
Truxton, Captain Thomas
Tuscarora Indians
Twelfth Amendment
Tyler, John
vice-presidential nominee
president

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_Uncle Tom's Cabin_
Underground Railroad
Union Labor party
Union Pacific Railroad
United Colonies of New England
United Labor party
_United States_
United States Bank
see National Bank.
United States bonds
see Bonds.
Usselinx, William
Utah
Mormons in
acquired
slavery question in
admitted
silver interests

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Vaca, Cabeza de
Vail, Alfred
Valley Forge
Van Buren, Martin
birth
vice-presidential nominee
president
presidential nominee
favors 10 hours system
Van Born, General
Van Rensselaer's expedition
Van Wart
Venezuela boundary question
_Vengeance_
Vera Cruz
battle of
Vermont
admitted
passes Personal Liberty Law
Vespucci, or Vespucius, Amerigo.
Vevay settled.
Vice-admiralty courts.
Vice president, manner of electing.
Vicksburg captured.
Vincennes settled.
_Virginia_.
Virginia, named;
settled;
charters;
a royal colony;
defends Ohio valley;
in colonial times;
opposes Stamp Act;
cedes land to Congress;
Reserve;
Plan of Constitution;
resolutions of 1798;
resolutions of 1849;
Brown's raid in;
secedes;
coast blockade;
opposes reconstruction policy;
again in the Union.
Virginia City, Mont., founded.
Virginia City, Nov., founded.
Virginia companies.
Volunteers during Civil War.

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Wabash River, Indians on.
_Wachusett_.
Wages, in 1790;
in 1860;
in 1873;
in 1880.
Walla Walla.
Wampanoag Indians.
War department.
Ward, Ensign.
Warren.
Wars, Indian;
colonial;
French and Indian;
Revolution;
with France;
with Tripoli;
war for commercial independence (War of 1812);
Mexican;
Civil;
Spanish.
Washington, George, in French and Indian War;
commander in chief;
in Revolution;
president constitutional convention;
president;
social conditions at time of.
Washington, national capital;
burned;
Confederates near.
Washington, slavery question in;
a territory;
settled;
boundary of;
admitted.
_Wasp_.
Watauga Creek settlements.
Waterloo settled.
Watertown settled.
Watlings Island.
Watson, Thomas E.
Wayne, Anthony, at Stony Point;
in Indian warfare.
Weaver, James B.
Webster, Daniel, birth;
opposes nullification doctrine;
secretary of state;
speech on Compromise Bill;
death of.
Webster-Ashburton treaty.
Weitzel, General.
Wells, Dr.
West Indies discovered.
West Point, Arnold at.
West Virginia, admitted;
slavery in.
Western movement.
Western Reserve of Connecticut.
Western Union Telegraph Company.
Wethersfield settled.
Whalley, Edward.
Wheeler, William A.
Wheeling settled.
Whig party.
Whisky Rebellion.
White House Landing, battle of.
White Plains, battle of, 135.
White, John.
White, John.
Whitman, Marcus.
Whitney, Eli.
Wildcat state banks.
Wilderness campaign.
Wilkes, Captain.
William, King, grants Massachusetts charter.
Williams.
Williams, Roger.
Williamsburg, in colonial times;
captured.
Wilmington, Del., Washington at.
Wilmington, N. C., British at;
captured.
Wilmot, David.
Wilmot Proviso.
Wilson, Henry.
Wilson, William L.
Wilson Bill.
Winchester, General.
Winchester, battle of.
Winthrop, John.
Wirt, William.
Wisconsin territory and state.
Wolfe, General James.
Woman suffrage.
Workingman, see Labor.
Wyeth, Nathaniel J.
Wyoming massacre.
Wyoming, acquired;
a territory;
admitted;
silver interests.

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"X, Y, Z mission."

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Yates.
York, Canada, burned.
York, Me., massacre.
York, Pa., Congress at.
York, Duke of.
Yorktown, surrendered;
captured.
Young, Brigham.

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Zuni pueblos.

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