Volume 114, Number 2, Spring 2016

Table of Contents

Editor’s Page

pp. 133-134
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Articles

“All Anarchy and Confusion”: Leadership and the Contests for Collective Approval in Early Kentucky

pp. 135-160
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The Color of Money: African Americans, Economic Development, and Identity in Kentucky

pp. 161-187
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“Save Our Tobacco”: The End of the Federal Tobacco Program in the Central Ohio River Valley, 1980–2005

pp. 189-221
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Book Reviews

The Kentucky African American Encyclopedia ed. by Gerald L. Smith, Karen Cotton McDaniel, and John A. Hardin (review)

pp. 223-228
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The Civil War in the Jackson Purchase, 1861–1862: The Pro-Confederate Struggle and Defeat in Southwest Kentucky by Dan Lee (review)

pp. 228-230
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Kentucky Women: Their Lives and Times ed. by Melissa A. McEuen, and Thomas H. Appleton Jr. (review)

pp. 230-232
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Cherokee Medicine, Colonial Germs: An Indigenous Nation’s Fight against Smallpox, 1518–1824 by Paul Kelton (review)

pp. 232-234
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Empire by Collaboration: Indians, Colonists, and Governments in Colonial Illinois Country by Robert Michael Morrissey (review)

pp. 234-236
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Why You Can’t Teach United States History without Indians ed. by Susan Sleeper-Smith, et al. (review)

pp. 237-239
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St. Louis and Empire: 250 Years of Imperial Quest and Urban Crisis by Henry W. Berger (review)

pp. 239-241
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The Life of William Apess, Pequot by Philip F. Gura (review)

pp. 241-243
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A Hercules in the Cradle: War, Money, and the American State, 1783–1867 by Max M. Edling (review)

pp. 243-245
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Civil War Wests: Testing the Limits of the United States ed. by Adam Arenson, and Andrew R. Graybill (review)

pp. 245-248
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Northern Men with Southern Loyalties: The Democratic Party and the Sectional Crisis by Michael Todd Landis (review)

pp. 248-250
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The British Gentry, the Southern Planter, and the Northern Family Farmer: Agriculture and Sectional Antagonism in North America by James L. Huston (review)

pp. 250-252
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The Global Dimensions of Irish Identity: Race, Nation, and the Popular Press, 1840–1880 by Cian T. McMahon (review)

pp. 252-254
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Chained in Silence: Black Women and Convict Labor in the New South by Talitha L. LeFlouria (review)

pp. 255-257
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Visual Art and the Urban Evolution of the New South by Deborah C. Pollack (review)

pp. 257-259
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Intimate Reconstructions: Children in Postemancipation Virginia by Catherine A. Jones (review)

pp. 259-261
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Black Woman Reformer: Ida B. Wells, Lynching, and Transatlantic Activism by Sarah L. Silkey (review)

pp. 261-263
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The Global Republic: America’s Inadvertent Rise to World Power by Frank Ninkovich (review)

pp. 263-266
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Building the Old Time Religion: Women Evangelists in the Progressive Era by Priscilla Pope-Levison (review)

pp. 266-268
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The Most Dangerous German Agent in America: The Many Lives of Louis N. Hammerling by M. B. B. Biskupski (review)

pp. 268-271
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Paul V. McNutt and the Age of FDR by Dean J. Kotlowski (review)

pp. 271-273
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Nursing Civil Rights: Gender and Race in the Army Nurse Corps by Charissa J. Threat (review)

pp. 273-275
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German Rocketeers in the Heart of Dixie: Making Sense of the Nazi Past during the Civil Rights Era by Monique Laney (review)

pp. 275-277
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The Southern Manifesto: Massive Resistance and the Fight to Preserve Segregation by John Kyle Day (review)

pp. 278-279
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In Remembrance of Emmett Till: Regional Stories and Media Responses to the Black Freedom Struggle by Darryl Mace (review)

pp. 280-281
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Stars for Freedom: Hollywood, Black Celebrities, and the Civil Rights Movement by Emilie Raymond (review)

pp. 281-283
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One Nation Under God: How Corporate America Invented Christian America by Kevin M. Kruse (review)

pp. 284-286
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Faithful Republic: Religion and Politics in Modern America ed. by Andrew Preston, Bruce J. Schulman, and Julian E. Zelizer (review)

pp. 286-288
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Book Notes

pp. 288-290
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