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These entries are to be written based on the readings in volume 1 only.

2/8-2/12         John Smith: The General History of Virginia, Books 3 &4 (pp. 56-65).
                        Powhattans Discourse of Peace and War (pp. 38-39).
                        William Bradford: Of Plymouth Plantation, Chapter X, XIX, and XXIII (pp. 78-82, 87-91)
Anne Bradstreet: Here Follows Some Verses upon the Burning of Our House, July 10th, 1666 (pp. 125-27)
                        Edward Taylor: Huswifery (p. 158).
2/15-2/19       PRESIDENTS DAY
                        Mary Rowlandson: A Narrative of the Captivity and Restoration (pp. 132-51).
                        King Philips Speech (pp. 40-41).
2/22-2/26       Ben Franklin: The Autobiography, Part II (pp. 268-84).
                        Samson Occum: A Short Narrative of My Life (pp. 287-92).
3/1-3/5            J. Hector St. John de Crevecoeur: Letters from an American Farmer (pp. 323-37).
                        James Madison: Federalist Paper No. 10 (pp. 365-70).
3/8-3/12         Olaudah Equiano: The Interesting Narrative of the Life of Olaudah Equiano,                                                        or Gustavas Vassa, the African, Written by Himself, Chapters I and II (pp. 372-83).
                        Phillis Wheatley: On Being Brought from Africa to America (p. 422).
                        Native American Eloquence (pp. 475-86).
                        *** SHORT PAPER #1 DUE ON 3/12
3/15-3/19       Washington Irving: Rip Van Winkle (pp. 515-27).
                        James Fenimore Cooper: The Last of the Mohicans (pp. 530-36).
                        William Apess: An Indians Looking Glass for the White Man (pp. 545-50).
3/22-3/26       William Cullen Bryant: The Prairies (pp. 541-43).
                        Ralph Waldo Emerson: Nature, Introduction, Chapters I, III, IV (pp. 553-57, 558-                                                    66).
                        Nathaniel Hawthorne: Young Goodman Brown and The May-Pole of Merrymount (pp.                                668- 85).
3/29-4/2         SPRING BREAK
4/5-4/9            Native American Removal and Resistance (pp. 631-51).
                        Slavery, Race, and the Making of American Literature (pp. 815-37).
4/12-4/16       Harriet Beecher Stowe: Uncle Toms Cabin, Chapters VII and IX (pp. 840-61) 
                        Abraham Lincoln: Address Delivered at the Dedication of the Cemetery at                                                          Gettysburg, November 19, 1863 and Second Inaugural Address, March 4,                                                          1865 (pp. 801-02).
                        *** SHORT PAPER # 2 DUE ON 4/16
4/19-4/23       Harriet Jacobs: Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl (pp. 879-99).
Frederick Douglass: What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July (pp. 1066-69).
4/26-4/30       Henry David Thoreau: Walden, Chapter 1: Economy (pp. 920-62).
5/3-5/7            Walt Whitman: Preface to Leaves of Grass (pp. 1073-77 only) and Song of                                                         Myself, sections 1-6 (pp. 1088-93).
                        Walt Whitman: Song of Myself, sections 11-15 (pp. 1095-99) 
5/10-5/14       Walt Whitman: Song of Myself, sections 33, 51-52 (pp. 1111-16, 1132).
  Herman Melville: The Portent (p. 1241) 
Frances Ellen Watkins Harper: Eliza Harris and Learning to Read (pp. 1242- 44, 1245-46).
Emily Dickinson: Poems #236, #260, #359, #1263 (pp. 1253, 1254, 1258, 1270).
*** SHORT PAPER #3 DUE ON 5/14
5/17                Reading Day
5/21                *** CUMULATIVE WEEKLY JOURNALS DUE

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