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  Volume 58, Number 4, December 2006

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From: American Quarterly

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Indian Patriots on Last Stand Hill

pp. 987-1015

W. E. B. DuBois, Anthropometric Science, and the Limits of Racial Uplift

pp. 1017-1044

Black Orientalism: Nineteenth-Century Narratives of Race and U.S. Citizenship

pp. 1047-1066

Out of Chinatown and into the Suburbs: Chinese Americans and the Politics of Cultural Citizenship in Early Cold War America

pp. 1067-1090

"So That We as a Race Might Have Something Authentic to Travel By": African American Automobility and Cold-War Liberalism

pp. 1091-1117

"The Whole Wilderness Shall Blossom As the Rose": Samson Occom, Joseph Johnson, and the Question of Native Settlement on Cooper's Frontier

pp. 1119-1145


Privatizing Public Memory: The Price of Patriotic Philanthropy and the Post-9/11 Politics of Display

pp. 1147-1166

Recovering Identity: Nineteenth-Century African American Portraiture

pp. 1167-1189

Book Reviews

Claiming Kin

pp. 1191-1198

The Critical Eye: Reading Commercial Photography

pp. 1199-1206

A New New Urbanism for a New New Orleans

pp. 1207-1216

American Studies and Childhood Studies: Lessons from Consumer Culture

pp. 1217-1227

Producing Consumers

pp. 1229-1238

Beyond White Ethnicity

pp. 1239-1247

The Silhouette and the Secret Self: Theorizing Biography in Our Times

pp. 1249-1261

Hollywood's America, America's Hollywood

pp. 1263-1273



pp. 1275-1278


Index to American Quarterly, Volume 58, March 2006 to December 2006

pp. 1279-1282

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