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  Volume 32, Number 1, Spring 2012

Table of Contents

The Man with the Dirty Black Beard: Race, Class, and Schools in the Antebellum South

pp. 1-26


“So Truly Afflicting and Distressing to Me His Sorrowing Mother”: Expressions of Maternal Grief in Eighteenth-Century Philadelphia

pp. 27-60

“Ticketed Through”: The Commodification of Travel in the Nineteenth Century

pp. 61-89

John Heckewelder’s “Pieces of Secrecy”: Dissimulation and Class in the Writings of a Moravian Missionary

pp. 91-126


Columbia Rising; Civil Life on the Upper Hudson from the Revolution to the Age of Jackson (review)

pp. 127-129

The Freedoms We Lost: Consent and Resistance in Revolutionary America (review)

pp. 130-132

Tom Paine’s America: The Rise and Fall of Transatlantic Radicalism in the Early Republic (review)

pp. 132-135

The Lost State of Franklin: America’s First Secession (review)

pp. 135-138

The Brothertown Nation of Indians: Land Ownership and Nationalism in Early America, 1740–1840, and: Red Brethren: The Brothertown and Stockbridge and the Problem of Race in Early America (review)

pp. 138-143

Captives and Countrymen: Barbary Slavery and the American Public, 1785–1816 (review)

pp. 143-146

Enemyship: Democracy and Counter-Revolution in the Early Republic, and: Founding Fictions (review)

pp. 146-150

Mr. Jefferson’s Hammer: William Henry Harrison and the Origins of American Indian Policy (review)

pp. 150-153

Perilous Fight: America’s Intrepid War with Britain on the High Seas, 1812–1815 (review)

pp. 153-155

African or American?: Black Identity and Political Activism in New York City, 1784–1861 (review)

pp. 155-158

Schooling Citizens: The Struggle for African American Education in Antebellum America (review)

pp. 159-162

Border War: Fighting over Slavery before the Civil War (review)

pp. 162-165

Railroads in the Old South: Pursuing Progress in a Slave Society (review)

pp. 165-168

Slavery, Disease and Suffering in the Southern Lowcountry (review)

pp. 168-170

Women, Work, and Family in the Antebellum Mountain South (review)

pp. 171-173

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