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  Volume 3, Number 2, Spring 2010

Table of Contents

Introduction

pp. 143-144
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Object Lesson

The Progressive Era Appropriation of Children's Play

pp. 147-151
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Essays

Childhood and Memory

pp. 155-164
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Defining Happy Childhoods: Assessing a Recent Change

pp. 165-186
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Playing White Men: American Football and Manhood at the Carlisle Indian School, 1893–1904

pp. 187-209
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Character Dolls: Consumer Culture and Debates over Femininity in Late Imperial Germany (1900–1918)

pp. 210-232
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Photographs of the Child in Canadian Pictorial from 1906 to 1916: A Reflection of the Ideas and Values of English Canadians about Themselves and "Other" Canadians

pp. 233-263
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Contemporary Children

Between Restavek and Relocation: Children and Communities in Transnational Adoption

pp. 267-292
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Book Reviews

The Children of Chinatown: Growing up Chinese American in San Francisco, 1850–1920 (review)

pp. 295-297
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Normal at Any Cost: Tall Girls, Short Boys, and the Medical Industry's Quest to Manipulate Height (review)

pp. 298-300
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Babysitter: An American History (review)

pp. 301-303
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The Power of the Zoot: Youth Culture and Resistance During World War II (review)

pp. 304-306
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Abandoned: Foundlings in Nineteenth-Century New York City (review)

pp. 307-309
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 310-311
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Research Areas

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