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  Volume 41, Number 2, June 2013

Table of Contents

The Early Modern Chesapeake Redux—Again

pp. 181-190

Uncovering Hudson Valley Indian History

pp. 191-196

Between Heaven and Earth: Reconsidering Indian and Jesuit Interactions of Faith and Power

pp. 197-201

Protestantism without Consequences

pp. 202-206

Lives and Times, Then and Now

pp. 207-212

The Constitution Goes Public: Politics and the Ratification Debate

pp. 213-219

Postcolonial Identity Problems

pp. 220-223

Jefferson the President: Reclaiming the Republic in Europe’s Long Shadow

pp. 224-231

Separating Freedom from Slavery

pp. 232-237

Visibility versus Voice: Enslaved Women in U.S. History and Memory

pp. 238-245

On the Edge of Intervention: Europe and the Civil War

pp. 246-250

The Inventor’s Dilemma—The Confederate Version

pp. 251-257

A Model Reconstruction?

pp. 258-263

Social Reform through Social Exclusion

pp. 264-270

Volatile Alliances: Middle-Class Reformers and Working-Class Activists in Nineteenth-Century Boston

pp. 271-276

Officers sans Army

pp. 277-281

Marriage, Melanin, and American Racialism

pp. 282-291

The More Things Change, the More They Stay the Same: Sexuality and Gender in the Office

pp. 292-297

“Ten Times the Size of Germany” and “As Real as Los Angeles”: American Christians Map Heaven

pp. 298-302

Indian Day Schools Are a Created Ecosystem

pp. 303-305

“Let Us Now Praise Famous Men”

pp. 306-311

Renewing the Scholarship on Japanese American Wartime Dissent

pp. 312-317

Smart Segregationists: Southern Senators and Racial Politics from the 1930s to the 1960s

pp. 318-324

Retreat from Racial Essentialism: Reading the Photographer as Text

pp. 325-330

Eisenhower, Then and Now

pp. 331-336

Up Against the Wall: Madcap Missouri Muralist

pp. 337-342

Green Picket Fences: Environmentalism in the Suburbs

pp. 343-349

The Long 1970s and the Never-Ending Labor Question

pp. 350-355

The Many Faces of Judicial Independence

pp. 356-360

Was the Civil War a Mistake?: Fifty Years of Edmund Wilson’s Patriotic Gore

pp. 361-375

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