Volume 111, Number 2, Spring 2013

Table of Contents

Editor’s Page

pp. 131-132
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Articles

The “Free and Easy” Generation of Kentucky and the War of 1812

pp. 133-159
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Barton Warren Stone: Revisiting Revival in the Early Republic

pp. 161-197
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Unionism, Emancipation, and the Origins of Kentucky’s Confederate Identity

pp. 199-233
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Book Reviews

Speculators in Empire: Iroquoia and the 1768 Treaty of Fort Stanwix by William J. Campbell (review)

pp. 235-237
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Mere Equals: The Paradox of Educated Women in the Early American Republic by Lucia McMahon (review)

pp. 237-239
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Whispers of Rebellion: Narrating Gabriel’s Conspiracy by Michael L. Nicholls (review)

pp. 239-241
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1812: War and the Passions of Patriotism by Nicole Eustace (review)

pp. 241-243
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“A Peculiar People”: Anti-Mormonism and the Making of Religion in Nineteenth-Century America by J. Spencer Fluhman (review)

pp. 244-246
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A Political Nation: New Directions in Mid-Nineteenth-Century American Political History ed. by Gary W. Gallagher and Rachel A. Shelden (review)

pp. 246-248
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Remembering the Forgotten War: The Enduring Legacies of the U.S.–Mexican War by Michael Scott Van Wagenen (review)

pp. 248-250
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Stephen A. Douglas and Antebellum Democracy By Martin H. Quitt (review)

pp. 250-252
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Almost Free: A Story About Family and Race in Antebellum Virginia by Eva Sheppard Wolf (review)

pp. 252-254
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Family or Freedom: People of Color in the Antebellum South by Emily West (review)

pp. 254-256
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The Mary Todd Lincoln Enigma: Historians on America’s Most Controversial First Lady ed. by Frank J. Williams and Michael Burkhimer (review)

pp. 256-258
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Lincoln and the Border States: Preserving the Union by William C. Harris (review)

pp. 258-260
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Reconstructing the Campus: Higher Education and the American Civil War by Michael David Cohen (review)

pp. 261-263
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The Haymarket Conspiracy: Transatlantic Anarchist Networks by Timothy Messer-Kruse (review)

pp. 263-265
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The Rise of Liberal Religion: Book Culture and American Spirituality in the Twentieth Century by Matthew S. Hedstrom (review)

pp. 265-267
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Opposing Jim Crow: African Americans and the Soviet Indictment of U.S. Racism, 1928–1937 by Meredith L. Roman (review)

pp. 267-269
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One World, Big Screen: Hollywood, the Allies, and World War II by M. Todd Bennett (review)

pp. 269-271
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Blood in the Hills: A History of Violence in Appalachia ed. by Bruce E. Stewart (review)

pp. 271-274
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The American Dream: A Cultural History by Lawrence R. Samuel (review)

pp. 274-276
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Chang and Eng Reconnected: The Original Siamese Twins in American Culture by Cynthia Wu (review)

pp. 276-278
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Born in the U.S.A.: Birth, Commemoration, and American Public Memory ed. by Seth C. Bruggeman (review)

pp. 278-280
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The Death and Life of Main Street: Small Towns in American Memory, Space, and Community by Miles Orvell (review)

pp. 281-282
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The Republic of Nature: An Environmental History of the United States by Mark Fiege (review)

pp. 283-284
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Book Notes

pp. 285-287
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