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  Volume 21, Number 3, September 1975

Table of Contents

Contributors to This Issue

p. vi

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

pp. 197-217

The Wilson Raid, June, 1864: A Trooper's Reminiscences

pp. 218-241

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

pp. 242-253

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

pp. 254-260

The Sambo and Nat Turner in Everyslave: A Review of Roll, Jordan, Roll

pp. 261-268

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

pp. 269-273

The American Civil War (review)

pp. 273-274

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

pp. 274-276

The Revolution in the New York Party Systems, 1840-1860 (review)

pp. 276-278

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

pp. 278-279

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

pp. 279-280

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

pp. 280-282

The Secession Movement in the Middle Atlantic States (review)

pp. 282-283

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

pp. 283-284

Confederate Women (review)

pp. 284-285

The Personal Memoirs of Julia Dent Grant (Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant) (review)

pp. 285-287

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