1. In Memoriam: Hennig Cohen
  2. Robert F. Lucid
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  1. "Where is the Real America?": Politics and Popular Consciousness in the Antebellum Era
  2. Glenn C. Altschuler, Stuart M. Blumin
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  1. "Too Many Books": Book Ownership and Cultural Identity in the 1920s
  2. Megan Benton
  3. pp. 268-297
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  1. The Architecture of Manners: Henry James, Edith Wharton, and The Mount
  2. Sarah Luria
  3. pp. 298-327
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  1. Angelina Grimke's Rhetoric of Exposure
  2. Katherine Henry
  3. pp. 328-355
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  1. "A spectator of life-A reverential, enthusiastic, emotional spectator"
  2. Joshua Brown
  3. pp. 356-384
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  1. The history of a myth
  2. Joan M. Zenzen
  3. pp. 385-398
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  1. Feminism without tears
  2. Betsy Erkkila
  3. pp. 399-409
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  1. Alternative visions of home
  2. Howard Gillette
  3. pp. 410-414
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  1. Rethinking the center from the margins
  2. Kevin Scott Wong
  3. pp. 415-422
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  1. The theater of the self
  2. Katherine Wallingford
  3. pp. 423-428
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  1. Acting Like Mark Twain: Performance in Nineteenth-Century American Culture
  2. Harold K. Bush
  3. pp. 429-437
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  1. An occasion for giving
  2. Cynthia G. Franklin
  3. pp. 438-444
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  1. The everyday in Black American history
  2. Clarence Earl Walker
  3. pp. 445-448
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