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  Volume 23, Number 2, 2006

Table of Contents

From: Legacy

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Editor's Note

p. vii
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Editor's Note

p. 124
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Catharine Sedgwick and the Circles of New York

pp. 115-131
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The Business of Housekeeping: The Mistress, the Domestic Worker, and the Construction of Class

pp. 132-147
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"I have not told half we suffered": Overland Trail Women's Narratives and the Genre of Suppressed Textual Mourning

pp. 148-162
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Subjection and Subversion in Sarah Piatt's Maternal Poetics

pp. 163-177
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Adapting Stella Dallas: Class Boundaries, Consumerism, and Hierarchies of Taste

pp. 178-198
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Book Reviews

Executing Race: Early American Women's Narratives of Race, Society, and the Law (review)

pp. 199-200
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Intricate Relations: Sexual and Economic Desire in American Fiction, 1789-1814 (review)

pp. 200-201
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Dependent States: The Child's Part in Nineteenth-Century American Culture (review)

pp. 201-203
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Managing Literacy, Mothering America: Women's Narratives on Reading and Writing in the Nineteenth Century (review)

pp. 203-204
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Our Sisters' Keepers: Nineteenth-Century Benevolence Literature by American Women (review)

pp. 204-205
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The "Tragic Mulatta" Revisited: Race and Nationalism in Nineteenth-Century Antislavery Fiction, and: The Mulatta and the Politics of Race (review)

pp. 206-207
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Never One Nation: Freaks, Savages, and Whiteness in U.S. Popular Culture, 1850-1877 (review)

pp. 207-209
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Civilized Creatures: Urban Animals, Sentimental Culture, and American Literature, 1850-1900 (review)

pp. 209-210
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Laboring to Play: Home Entertainment and the Spectacle of Middle-Class Cultural Life, 1850-1920 (review)

pp. 210-212
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Maverick Autobiographies: Women Writers and the American West, 1900-1936 (review)

pp. 212-213
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Legacy Bookshelf

Legacy Bookshelf

pp. 214-219
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