In this Issue
The Journal of the Early Republic is a quarterly journal committed to publishing the best scholarship on the history and culture of the United States in the years of the early republic (1776-1861).
published byUniversity of Pennsylvania Press
viewing issueVolume 29, Number 3, Fall 2009
Table of Contents
- Citizens More Than Soldiers: The Kentucky Militia and Society in the Early Republic, and: Middle Tennessee, 1775–1825: Progress and Popular Democracy on the Southwestern Frontier, and: The Ramseys at Swan Pond: The Archaeology and History of an East Tennessee Farm (review)
- pp. 533-537
- DOI: 10.1353/jer.0.0096
- Washington Burning: How a Frenchman's Vision for Our Nation's Capital Survived Congress, the Founding Fathers, and the Invading British Army, and: Washington: The Making of the American Capital, and: Ladies of Liberty: The Women Who Shaped Our Nation, and: Paris on the Potomac: The French Influence on the Architecture and Art of Washington, D. C. (review)
- pp. 577-583
- DOI: 10.1353/jer.0.0106
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