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  Volume 26, Number 3, Fall 2006

Table of Contents

From: Journal of the Early Republic

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"We Wish to Do You Good": The Quaker Mission to the Oneida Nation, 1790-1840

pp. 353-376
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The Mechanisms of Monticello: Saving Labor in Jefferson's America

pp. 377-418
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Exporting American Revolutions: Gouverneur Morris, Thomas Jefferson, and the National Struggle for Universal Rights in Revolutionary France

pp. 419-447
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The Fatigues of His Table: The Politics of Presidential Dining During the Jefferson Administration

pp. 449-469
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Editor's Page

Editor's Page

pp. 471-473
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Reviews

Failure of the Founding Fathers: Jefferson, Marshall, and the Rise of Presidential Democracy (review)

pp. 475-477
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Establishing Congress: Congress, the Removal to Washington, D.C., and the Election of 1800 (review)

pp. 478-480
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Southern Single Blessedness: Unmarried Women in the Urban South, 1800-1865 (review)

pp. 480-483
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True Women and Westward Expansion, and: Changing National Identities at the Frontier: Texas and New Mexico, 1800-1850 (review)

pp. 483-487
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Bringing the Indian to the Book (review)

pp. 487-489
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Children of Coyote, Missionaries of Saint Francis: Indian-Spanish Relations in Colonial California, 1769-1850 (review)

pp. 489-492
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Zaokeanskie partnery: Amerika i Rossiia v 1830-1850-e gody [Partners across the Ocean: the United States and Russia, 1830s-1850s] (review)

pp. 492-495
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Beyond Garrison: Antislavery and Social Reform (review)

pp. 495-498
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Cultural Change and the Market Revolution in America, 1789-1860, and: Marketplace of Revolution: How Consumer Politics Shaped American Independence (review)

pp. 498-502
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Their Right to Speak: Women's Activism in the Indian and Slave Debates (review)

pp. 502-505
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Drama, Theatre, and Identity in the American New Republic (review)

pp. 505-508
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The Shawnees and Their Neighbors, 1795-1870 (review)

pp. 508-511
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The Sounds of Slavery: Discovering African American History through Songs, Sermons, and Speech (review)

pp. 511-513
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