Volume 11, Number 1, January 2010

Table of Contents

A Complex Parade: Problems and Prospects for Picturing the Nation

pp. 2-6
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On Using History

pp. 7-9
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Murder by Duel: Welch, West Virginia, 2009

pp. 10-11
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The Hidden Dimension: “European” Treaties in Global Perspective, 1500–1800

pp. 12-14
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How to Teach the Writing of History: A Roundtable

Riding the Melt

pp. 15-17
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Historians on Writing

pp. 17-19
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How to Write a Paper for This Class

pp. 19-20
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Response to Stephen Pyne

p. 21
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Peter’s War: An Interview with Joyce Malcolm

pp. 22-23
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The American Archipelago

pp. 24-27
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The Midwestern Historical Imagination

Beyond the Frontier: An Interview with David Brown

pp. 28-30
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Midwestern States of Mind: Regionalism in American Historical Writing

pp. 30-31
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Patriotic Progressives

pp. 32-33
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Cahokia: An Interview with Timothy R. Pauketat

pp. 34-35
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Letters

p. 38
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