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  Volume 41, Number 3, September 2013

Table of Contents

Personal Encounters with First Contacts

pp. 379-384
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You Don't Have to Go Home, but You Can't Stay Here

pp. 385-388
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Godly Reformers of Church and State in New and Old England During the Seventeenth Century

pp. 389-393
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Things Chinese in the Making of Early America

pp. 394-398
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The Contested History of Common Sense

pp. 399-404
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Which Way West?

pp. 405-412
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Altercation, Alliteration, and Adumbration: How Witches, Wife Beaters, and Whores Could Say More

pp. 413-417
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What's Wrong With Synthetic Trees?

pp. 418-423
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Neither Wet nor Dry, Black nor White: New Orleans and the Mississippi River

pp. 424-430
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Of Faith, Career, and the Old Northwest

pp. 431-435
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1812: The Old History and the New

pp. 436-444
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Anti-Americanism Historicized

pp. 445-450
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The Power and the Peculiarity: The Paradoxes of Early Mormonism

pp. 451-457
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Abused Wives, Embarrassed Husbands, and Ambivalent Slaves

pp. 458-461
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"I Am Yet Among the Living": The Writings of Civil War Soldiers

pp. 462-466
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Money Changes Everything

pp. 467-472
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Fighting for Freedom and Reform in Nineteenth-Century America

pp. 473-478
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"Like Sailors . . . to a Wreck": Culture and Emigration in Ninteenth-Century Ireland and Sweden

pp. 479-488
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Thinking Consumers

pp. 489-495
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"Ode to a Gym Teacher": The Scholarly Version of a Popular Song

pp. 496-500
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Reconsidering the Lynching Archive

pp. 501-506
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The Longue Durée of Black Civil Rights: Understanding Climaxes, Commencements, and Continuities

pp. 507-512
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The War on Poverty and the Battle for Community Control

pp. 513-518
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Framing the Margins of Japanese American Life and Politics

pp. 519-524
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Holy Fools: The Beat Generation and the Cold War

pp. 525-532
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Bowing to the Right: Red Scare Politics in the McCarthy Era

pp. 533-539
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"When 'Spirituality,' Social Conservatism, and White Racism Were Intricately Linked": A White Southern Church Confronts Its Past

pp. 540-544
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J. Edgar and the Gipper on the Berkeley Barricades

pp. 545-556
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What Is Political History?: The Question of the Public and the Private

pp. 557-562
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Reflections

Elizabeth Fox-Genovese, Eugene Genovese, and the Proslavery Worldview

pp. 563-569
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Research Areas

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