restricted access   Volume 5, Number 3, September 2015

Table of Contents

Editor’s Note

p. 347
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Robert Fortenbaugh Memorial Lecture: Abraham Lincoln and the Political Culture of New Deal America

pp. 348-371
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Articles

Black Litigiousness and White Accountability: Free Blacks and the Rhetoric of Reputation in the Antebellum Natchez District

pp. 372-398
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Poetry’s Place in the Crisis and Compromise of 1850

pp. 399-421
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Review Essay

A New Birth of Regulation: The State of the State after the Civil War

pp. 422-439
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Book Reviews

Emotional and Sectional Conflict in the Antebellum United States by Michael E. Woods (review)

pp. 440-442
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Oberlin, Hotbed of Abolitionism: College, Community, and the Fight for Freedom and Equality in Antebellum America by J. Brent Morris (review)

pp. 442-444
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Performing the Temple of Liberty: Slavery, Theater, and Popular Culture in London and Philadelphia, 1760–1850 by Jenna M. Gibbs (review)

pp. 444-447
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Hero Strong” and Other Stories: Tales of Girlhood Ambition, Female Masculinity, and Women’s Worldly Achievement in Antebellum America by Mary F. W. Gibson (review)

pp. 447-449
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The Struggle for Equal Adulthood: Gender, Race, Age, and the Fight for Citizenship in Antebellum America by Corinne T. Field (review)

pp. 449-451
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Nat Turner and the Rising in Southampton County by David F. Allmendinger Jr. (review)

pp. 451-453
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Northern Men with Southern Loyalties: The Democratic Party and the Sectional Crisis by Michael Todd Landis (review)

pp. 454-456
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Persuading John Bull: Union and Confederate Propaganda in Britain, 1860–1865 by Thomas E. Sebrell II. (review)

pp. 456-458
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Music along the Rapidan: Civil War Soldiers, Music, and Community during Winter Quarters, Virginia by James A. Davis (review)

pp. 458-460
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A Gunner in Lee’s Army: The Civil War Letters of Thomas Henry Carter ed. by Graham T. Dozier (review)

pp. 461-463
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Slavery and War in the Americas: Race, Citizenship, and State Building in the United States and Brazil, 1861–1870 by Vitor Izecksohn (review)

pp. 463-465
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Uncommonly Savage: Civil War and Remembrance in Spain and the United States by Paul D. Escott (review)

pp. 465-468
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The Myth of Seneca Falls: Memory and the Women’s Suffrage Movement, 1848–1898 by Lisa Tetrault (review)

pp. 468-470
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On a Great Battlefield: The Making, Management, and Memory of Gettysburg National Military Park, 1933–2013 by Jennifer M. Murray (review)

pp. 470-473
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Penn Center: A History Preserved by Orville Vernon Burton (review)

pp. 473-475
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Books Received

pp. 476-477
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Contributors

p. 478
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