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  Volume 25, Number 3, Fall 2005

Table of Contents

From: Journal of the Early Republic

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An "Excess of Democracy" -- Or a Shortage?: The Federalists' Earliest Adversaries

pp. 339-382
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"Slavery Cannot Be Covered Up with Broadcloth or a Bandanna": The Evolution of White Abolitionist Attacks on the "Patriarchal Institution"

pp. 383-415
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"[A]n Unpleasant Transaction on this Frontier": Challenging Female Autonomy and Authority at Michilimackinac

pp. 417-443
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Remembering the USS Chesapeake : The Politics of Maritime Death and Impressment

pp. 445-474
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Editor's Page

Editor's Page

pp. 475-478
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Book Reviews

Theology in America: Christian Thought from the Age of the Puritans to the Civil War (review)

pp. 479-482
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Virginia's Western Visions: Political and Cultural Expansion on an Early American Frontier (review)

pp. 482-485
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The Delaware Valley in the Early Republic: Architecture, Landscape, and Regional Identity (review)

pp. 485-487
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Manufacturing Revolution: The Intellectual Origins of Early American Industry (review)

pp. 488-490
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Minding the Machine: Languages of Class in Early Industrial America (review)

pp. 491-493
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The People Themselves: Popular Constitutionalism and Judicial Review (review)

pp. 493-496
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Ready-Made Democracy: A History of Men's Dress in the American Republic, 1760-1860 (review)

pp. 496-498
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Moral Visions and Material Ambitions: Philadelphia Struggles to Define the Republic, 1776-1836 (review)

pp. 498-500
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The Nation's Crucible: The Louisiana Purchase and the Creation of America (review)

pp. 500-502
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The Life of George Rogers Clark, 1752-1818: Triumphs and Tragedies (review)

pp. 502-504
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Winfield Scott and the Profession of Arms (review)

pp. 504-507
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Jacksonian Antislavery & the Politics of Free Soil, 1824-1854 (review)

pp. 507-510
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Divided Mastery: Slave Hiring in the American South (review)

pp. 510-513
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Jane Grey Swisshelm: An Unconventional Life, 1815-1884 (review)

pp. 513-515
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U.S. Women Writers and the Discourses of Colonialism, 1825-1861 (review)

pp. 516-518
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History's Shadow: Native Americans and Historical Consciousness in the Nineteenth Century (review)

pp. 518-521
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