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A BIBLIOGRAPHY OF CIVIL WAR ARTICLES: 1974 Compiled by Frank R. Levstik I.General Curry, Richard O. "The Civil War and Reconstruction 1861-1877·. A Critical Overview of Recent Trends and Interpretations." Civil War History, XX, 215-238. Foner, Eric "The Causes of the American Civil War: Recent Interpretations and New Directions." Civil War History, XX, 197-214. Geary, James W., comp. "A Bibliography of Civil War Articles: 1973." Civil War History, XX, 329-363. Gunderson, Gerald. "The Origin of the American Civil War." Journal of Economic History, XXXIV, 915-950. Harsh, Joseph L. "Battlesword and Rapier: Clausewitz, Jomini, and the American Civil War." Military Affairs, XXXVIII, 133-138. McKenzie, Robert H. "Reconstruction Historiography: The View from Shelby." Historian, XXXVI, 207-223. Meier, August. "Old Wine in New Bottles: A Review of Time on the Cross." Civil War History, XX, 251-292. Müller, Philip R. "Look Back Without Anger: A Reappraisal of William A. Dunning." Journal of American History, LX, 325-338. Paludan, Phillip S. "The American Civil War: Triumph through Tragedy." Civü War History, XX, 239-250. Robertson, James I. "The Continuing Battle of Gettysburg: An Essay Review." Georgia Historical Quarterly, LXVIII, 278-282. II.Slavery Aufhauser, R. Keith. "Slavery and Technological Change." Journal of Economic History, XXXIV, 36-50. Boney, F. N. "Assessments of Some Recent Works in Black History: The Continuing Slave Debate: An Essay Review." Georgia Historical Quarterly, LXVIII, 408-413. Buckley, Robert D. "A Democrat and Slavery: Robert Rantoul, Jr." Essex Institute Historical Collections, CX, 216-238. Campbell, Randolph. "The Productivity of Slave Labor in East Texas: A Research Note." Louisiana Studies, XIII, 154-172. ---------. "Local Archives as A Source of Slave Prices: Harrison County, Texas, as a Test Case." Historian, XXXVI, 660-669. 330 David, Paul A. and Peter Temin. "Slavery: The Progressive Institution ?" Journal of Economie History, XXXIV, 739-783. Dew, Charles H. "Disciplining Slave Ironworkers in the Antebellum South: Coercion, Conciliation, and Accommodation." American Historical Review, LXXIX, 393-418. Ehrlich, Walter. "The Origin of the Dred Scott Case." Journal of Negro History, LIX, 132-142. Flanigan, Daniel J. "Criminal Procedure in Slave Trials in the Antebellum South." Journal of Southern History, XL, 537-564. Hackett, D. L. A. "Slavery, Ethnicity and Sugar: An Analysis of Voting Behaviour in Louisiana, 1828-1844." Louisiana Studies, XIII, 73-118. Harrison, Lowell H. "Recollections of Some Tennessee Slaves." Tennessee Historical Quarterly, XXXIII, 175-190. Hunter, Lloyd. "Slavery in St. Louis, 1804-1860." Bulletin Missouri Historical Society, XXX, 233-265. Labinjoh, Justin. "The Sexual Life of the Oppressed: An Examination of the Family Life of Antebellum Slaves." Phylon, XXXV, 375-397. Stealey, John E. "Slavery and the Western Virginia Salt Industry." Journal of Negro History, LIX, 105-131. White, John. "Whatever Happened to the Slave Family in the Old South?" Journal of American Studies, VIII, 383-390. III. Antislavery Bogin, Ruth. "Sarah Parker Redmond: Black Abolitionist From Salem." Essex Institute Historical Collections, CX, 120-150. Fellman, Michael. "Theodore Parker and the Abolitionist Role in the 1850's." Journal of American History, LXI, 666-684. Ferguson, Alfred R. "The Abolition of Blacks in Abolitionist Fiction, 1830-1860." Journal of Bhck Studies, V, 134-156. Hite, Roger W. "Voice of a Fugitive: Henry Bibb and Antebellum Black Separatism." Journal of Bfock Studies, IV, 269-284. Hovet, Theodore R. "The Church Diseased: Harriet Beecher Stowe's Attack on the Presbyterian Church." Journal of Presbyterian History, LII, 167-187. RucHAMES, Louis. "Wendell Phillips Lovejoy Address." New EngUnd Quarterly, XLVII, 108-117. Schockley, Ann A. "American Anti-Slavery Literature: An Overview , 1639-1859." Negro History Bulletin, XXXVII, 232-235. Szasz, Ferenc M. "Antebellum Appeals to the 'Higher Law,' 18301860 ." Essex Institute Historical Collections, CX, 33-48. Thompson, J. Earl. "Abolitionism and Theological Education at Andover." New Eng^d Quarterly, XLVII, 238-261. 331 332CIVIL WAR history IV. Antebellum: Government, Politics, and the Military Dye, Dewey A. "The Indian Key Massacre." U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings, C, 74-78. Foner, Philip. "The First Publicly-Elected Black Official in the United States Reports His Election." Negro History Bulletin, XXXVII, 237. Franks, Kenny A. "Political Intrigue in the Cherokee Nation, 1839." Journal of the West, XIII, 17-25. Formisano, Ronald P. "Deferential Participant Politics...


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