Volume 21, Number 3, September 1975

Table of Contents

Contributors to This Issue

p. vi
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The Freedmen's Bureau Act of 1865 and the Principle of No Discrimination According to Color

pp. 197-217
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The Wilson Raid, June, 1864: A Trooper's Reminiscences

pp. 218-241
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The American Civil War and the Problem of "Presentism": A Reply to Phillip S. Paludan

pp. 242-253
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Taking the Benefits of the Civil War Issue Seriously: A Rejoinder to John S. Rosenberg

pp. 254-260
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The Sambo and Nat Turner in Everyslave: A Review of Roll, Jordan, Roll

pp. 261-268
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Frederick Jackson Turner: Historian, Scholar, Teacher, and: American Historical Explanations: A Strategy For Grounded Inquiry (review)

pp. 269-273
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The American Civil War (review)

pp. 273-274
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Space, Time, and Freedom: The Quest for Nationality and the Irrepressible Conflict, 1815-1861 (review)

pp. 274-276
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The Revolution in the New York Party Systems, 1840-1860 (review)

pp. 276-278
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Bound with Them in Chains: A Biographical History of the Anti-slavery Movement (review)

pp. 278-279
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They Who Would Be Free: Black's Search for Freedom, 1830-1861 (review)

pp. 279-280
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And They All Sang Hallelujah: Plain-Folk Camp-Meeting Religion, 1800-1845 (review)

pp. 280-282
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The Secession Movement in the Middle Atlantic States (review)

pp. 282-283
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John Elliot Cairnes and the American Civil War: A Study in Anglo-American Relations (review)

pp. 283-284
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Confederate Women (review)

pp. 284-285
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The Personal Memoirs of Julia Dent Grant (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant) (review)

pp. 285-287
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