General reading Charles Sellers, The Market Revolution: Jacksonian America, 1815-1846 (1991), chapters 1-5, 12, 13 src

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General reading

Charles Sellers, The Market Revolution: Jacksonian America, 1815-1846 (1991), chapters 1-5, 12, 13 SRC

James M. McPherson, "Antebellum Southern Exceptionalism: A New Look at an Old Question," Civil War History 29, no. 3 (1983) [also on JSTOR]

Edward Pessen, "How Different from Each Other were the Antebellum North and South?" American Historical Review 85, no. 5 (1980) [also on JSTOR]

Christopher Clark and Nancy A. Hewitt, Who built America?: working people and the nationâs economy, politics, culture, and society Vol. 1 · to 1877 (2000), chaps 6-7

Marc Egnal, Divergent Paths: How Culture and Institutions have Shaped North American Growth (1996)

John D Majewski, A house dividing: economic development in Pennsylvania and Virginia before the Civil War (2000)

Melvyn Stokes and Stephen Conway, ed., The Market Revolution in America (1996) ö contains critical essays on Sellers, The Market Revolution

Robert H. Wiebe, The Opening of American Society (1984)

Sean Wilentz, ed., Major Problems in the Early Republic (1992)

Sean Wilentz, "Society, Politics and the Market Revolution, 1815-1848", in Eric Foner, ed., The New American History (1990)

Bertram Wyatt-Brown, Yankee Saints and Southern Sinners (1985)


Reading on the origins of industrialization

Joyce Appleby, Inheriting the Revolution: The First Generation of Americans (2000) Jeanne Boydston, Home and Work: Household, wages, and the ideology of labor in the Early Republic (1990)

Christopher Clark, The Roots of Rural Capitalism: Western Massachusetts, 1780-1860 (1990), chapters 3, 5, 7 SRC

Gary J. Kornblith, ed., The Industrial Revolution in America (1998) SRC

Allen Kulikoff, "The Transition to Capitalism in Rural America," William and Mary Quarterly 46 (1989) [also on JSTOR]

Bruce Laurie, Artisans into Workers: Labor in 19th Century America (1989)

Walter Licht, Industrializing America: The 19th Century (1995), chs. 1-3

Carol Sheriff, The Artificial River: The Erie Canal and the Paradox of Progress, 1817-1862 (1996) SRC

Francois Weil, ãCapitalism and industrialization in New England, 1815-1845,ä Journal of American History 84 (1998): 1334-1354

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