restricted access   Volume 109, No. 1, Winter 2011

Table of Contents

Editor's Page

pp. 1-2
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Articles

"And Shall thy Flowers Cease to Bloom?": The Shakers' Struggle to Preserve Pleasant Hill, 1862-1910

pp. 3-26
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Bert Combs and the Council for Better Education: Catalysts for School Reform

pp. 27-62
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Mystic Chords of Memory: Thoughts on the Impending Civil War Sesquicentennial

pp. 63-73
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Book Reviews

Madeline McDowell Breckinridge and the Battle for a New South (review)

pp. 75-77
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How Kentucky Became Southern: A Tale of Outlaws, Horse Thieves, Gamblers, and Breeders (review)

pp. 78-80
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My Old Confederate Home: A Respectable Place for Civil War Veterans (review)

pp. 80-81
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Fur, Fortune, and Empire: The Epic History of the Fur Trade in America (review)

pp. 81-83
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Union, Nation, or Empire: The American Debate over International Relations, 1789-1941 (review)

pp. 83-85
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The Feminist Promise: 1792 to the Present (review)

pp. 85-87
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The Liberty Bell (review)

pp. 87-89
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Cosmopolitan Patriots: Americans in Paris in the Age of Revolution (review)

pp. 89-91
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Creek Paths and Federal Roads: Indians, Settlers, and Slaves and the Making of the American South (review)

pp. 91-93
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Brothers of a Vow: Secret Fraternal Orders and the Transformation of White Male Culture in Antebellum Virginia (review)

pp. 94-96
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Jolly Fellows: Male Milieus in Nineteenth-Century America (review)

pp. 96-98
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Civil War Humor (review)

pp. 99-101
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The Bravest of the Brave: The Correspondence of Stephen Dodson Ramseur (review)

pp. 102-103
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Lincoln's Gettysburg Address: Echoes of the Bible and Book of Common Prayer (review)

pp. 103-106
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Schooling the Freed People: Teaching, Learning, and the Struggle for Black Freedom, 1861-1876 (review)

pp. 106-108
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Men of Color to Arms: Black Soldiers, Indian Wars, and the Quest for Equality (review)

pp. 108-110
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The Business Strategy of Booker T. Washington: Its Development and Implementation (review)

pp. 110-112
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Civic Passions: Seven Who Launched Progressive America (and What They Teach Us) (review)

pp. 112-115
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Well-Read Lives: How Books Inspired a Generation of American Women (review)

pp. 115-117
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One Homogeneous People: Narratives of White Southern Identity, 1890-1920 (review)

pp. 117-119
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Benching Jim Crow: The Rise and Fall of the Color Line in Southern College Sports, 1890-1980 (review)

pp. 120-122
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Roosevelt's Purge: How FDR Fought to Change the Democratic Party (review)

pp. 122-124
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The Limits of Voluntarism: Charity and Welfare from the New Deal through the Great Society (review)

pp. 124-126
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From Bible Belt to Sunbelt: Plain-Folk Religion, Grassroots Politics, and the Rise of Evangelical Conservatism (review)

pp. 126-128
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Toward Freedom Land: The Long Struggle for Racial Equality in America (review)

pp. 128-130
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The African American Experience during World War II (review)

pp. 130-132
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A Nation Forged in War: How World War II Taught Americans to Get Along (review)

pp. 132-134
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White Collar Radicals: TVA's Knoxville Fifteen, The New Deal, and the McCarthy Era (review)

pp. 134-136
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Tennessee's New Abolitionists: The Fight to End the Death Penalty in the Volunteer State (review)

pp. 136-138
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Hands on the Freedom Plow: Personal Accounts by Women in SNCC (review)

pp. 138-141
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The Vietnam War in American Memory: Veterans, Memorials, and the Politics of Healing (review)

pp. 141-143
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Global Connections and Local Receptions: New Latino Immigration to the Southeastern United States (review)

pp. 143-145
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Anetso, the Cherokee Ball Game: At the Center of Ceremony and Identity (review)

pp. 145-147
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Book Notes

Book Notes

pp. 147-149
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