1. John Hope Franklin: A Legacy of Excellence
  2. Loren Schweninger
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  1. Comparing Atlantic Histories
  2. Eliga H. Gould
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  1. Heaven and Hell on Earth: Visualizing the Unseen World of American Realism
  2. Robert E. Brown
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  1. The Ladies Were Forgotten
  2. Ronald P. Formisano
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  1. The People’s Politics
  2. Darren Dochuk
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  1. Profiles in Moderation
  2. Melvin Yazawa
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  1. The Rule of Law in the Early Republic
  2. Christian G. Fritz
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  1. The Union Strikes Back
  2. J. M. Opal
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  1. Jefferson in Retirement
  2. Kevin J. Hayes
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  1. “This Narrative Is No Fiction”: Harriet Jacobs in the Archives
  2. Karen Woods Weierman
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  1. “What Shall We Do with the Narrative of American Progress?”: Lincoln at 200 and National Mythology
  2. Justin A. Nystrom
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  1. Romancing Reform: A Biography of Thomas L. Kane
  2. Susanna Morrill
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  1. The “Party Period” Framework and the Election of 1848
  2. Yonatan Eyal
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  1. Prostitutes and Female Patriots in the Civil War Era
  2. Carol Faulkner
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  1. Reading Kansas: Media Bias and the Territorial Struggle over Slavery
  2. Elizabeth R. Varon
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  1. Gilded Age Statecraft
  2. Robert M. Calhoon
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  1. Watching the Tides
  2. Annie Gilbert Coleman
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  1. Feminist Crossings
  2. John Pettegrew
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  1. Thrillers, Detective Stories, and Bloody Narratives
  2. Bryant Simon
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  1. The Ethnic Universalism of Lillian Wald
  2. Sonja P. Wentling
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  1. “I have Worn Out Another Pair of Shoes for My Country”: Gender, Sexuality, and World War II
  2. Kara Dixon Vuic
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  1. Know Your Enemy
  2. Thomas W. Zeiler
  3. pp. 133-138
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  1. Revisiting a Cold War Crisis: The Pentagon’s 1966 Search for a Missing Hydrogen Bomb
  2. Paul S. Boyer
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  1. Atomic Historiography
  2. Michael Kimmage
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  1. Contextualizing the Roots of Environmental Law
  2. Keith H. Hirokawa
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  1. The “National Game” as Stolen Goods
  2. Allen Guttmann
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  1. Giants in an All-Too-Human World
  2. John Ernest
  3. pp. 163-168
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  1. The Lincoln-Douglass Debate
  2. W. Caleb McDaniel
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  1. John Stauffer Responds
  2. John Stauffer
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  1. W. Caleb McDaniel Responds
  2. W. Caleb McDaniel
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  1. The Man Who Could Walk Through Walls
  2. Dorinda Outram
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