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  Volume 34, Number 2, Summer 2014

Table of Contents

Articles

“Ladies Going about for Money”: Female Voluntary Associations and Civic Consciousness in the American Revolution

pp. 157-186
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Millions for Credit: Peace with Algiers and the Establishment of America’s Commercial Reputation Overseas, 1795–96

pp. 187-217
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“If I Had It in His Hand-Writing I Would Burn It”: Federalists and the Authorship Controversy over George Washington’s Farewell Address, 1808–1859

pp. 219-242
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The Lonely Congressmen: Gender and Politics in Early Washington, D.C.

pp. 243-273
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Reviews

Jackson’s Sword: The Army Officer Corps on the American Frontier, 1810–1821 by Samuel J. Watson, and: Peacekeepers and Conquerors: The Army Officer Corps on the American Frontier, 1821–1846 by Samuel J. Watson (review)

pp. 275-279
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America’s First Adventure in China: Trade, Treaties, Opium, and Salvation by John R. Haddad (review)

pp. 279-282
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Church–State Relations in the Early American Republic, 1787–1846 by James S. Kabala (review)

pp. 282-284
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Slavery Before Race: Europeans, Africans, and Indians at Long Island’s Sylvester Manor Plantation, 1651–1884 by Katherine Howlett Hayes (review)

pp. 285-287
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Nature’s Man: Thomas Jefferson’s Philosophical Anthropology by Maurizio Valsania (review)

pp. 288-290
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Martha Jefferson Randolph, Daughter of Monticello: Her Life and Times by Cynthia A. Kierner (review)

pp. 290-292
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Citizenship and the Origins of Women’s History in the United States by Teresa Anne Murphy (review)

pp. 292-295
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Empowering Words: Outsiders and Authorship in Early America by Karen A. Weyler (review)

pp. 295-297
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Reading Newspapers: Press and Public in Eighteenth-Century Britain and America by Uriel Heyd (review)

pp. 297-300
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The Accidental Diarist: A History of the Daily Planner in America by Molly McCarthy (review)

pp. 300-303
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The True Image: Gravestone Art and the Culture of Scotch Irish Settlers in the Pennsylvania and Carolina Backcountry by David W. Patterson (review)

pp. 303-306
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All Men Free and Brethren: Essays on the History of African American Freemasonry ed. by Peter P. Hinks, Stephen Kantrowitz (review)

pp. 306-308
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Slavery’s Borderland: Freedom and Bondage along the Ohio River by Matthew Salafia (review)

pp. 309-311
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The Tie that Bound Us: The Women of John Brown’s Family and the Legacy of Radical Abolitionism by Bonnie Laughlin-Schultz (review)

pp. 311-314
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