Volume 37, Number 4, December 2009

Table of Contents

Everywoman Her Own Historian

pp. 475-482
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Going Back to Our Seventeenth-Century Roots

pp. 483-488
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The War They Eventually Won?: Death, Liberty, and the (African) American Way

pp. 489-496
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Sam Adams: Forgotten Founder?

pp. 497-500
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Bringing (the) Revolution Back In

pp. 501-509
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Washington and Lincoln: American Icons in a Modern and Post-Modern Age

pp. 510-520
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Privileging the Text, Subordinating the Image

pp. 521-528
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A Tale of One Merchant in the Early United States

pp. 529-536
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Rulers and Ruled: Popular Sovereignty and American Constitutionalism

pp. 537-543
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Borderlands of Brutality

pp. 544-552
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Into the Murky World of Class Consciousness

pp. 553-560
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Where's Harriet?

pp. 561-565
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The Twisting Course of Freedom in the Mississippi Delta

pp. 566-571
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Northern Exposure

pp. 572-577
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Outward Bound

pp. 578-583
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Field Work by the Sage of East Tennessee

pp. 584-590
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Reexamining America's Agricultural Development

pp. 591-596
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Modernity, Modernism, and the Aesthetics of Illumination

pp. 597-604
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Ministers of the Mind: Protestant Pastoral Counseling in Mid-Twentieth-Century America

pp. 605-610
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The Societization of Medicine or the Medicalization of Society?

pp. 611-616
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Driving Away from the New Deal: Independent Trucking and the Deregulatory State

pp. 617-621
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"Ain't Gwine Study War No More"

pp. 622-627
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Liberty Is "God's Gift to Humanity"

pp. 628-633
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Cultural History Searches for New Directions

pp. 634-640
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Reflections: The Man Who Swam Out of History: Spain

pp. 641-658
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Author-Title-Reviewer Index for Volume 37 (2009)

pp. 661-666
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