1. To the Editors
  2. James Murray
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  1. Diversified Industrialization and Economic Success: Understanding Cincinnati’s Manufacturing Development, 1850–1925
  2. Philip Scranton
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  1. If All the World Were Mechanics and Farmers: Democracy and the Formative Years of Land-Grant Colleges in America
  2. Alan I Marcus
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  1. Representing the Art and Industry of Progress: Cincinnati’s Grand Exposition Posters
  2. Tracy Teslow
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  1. The Most Important Civic Raw Material: Educating Cincinnati’s Industrial Citizens in the Early Twentieth Century
  2. Jeffrey Haydu
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  1. High Mountains Rising: Appalachia in Time and Place ed. by Richard A. Straw, H. Tyler Blethen (review)
  2. Altina Waller
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  1. Profiles of Ohio Women, 1803–2003 by Jacqueline Jones Royster (review)
  2. Bari Oyler Stith
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  1. The Greening of the South: The Recovery of Land and Forest by Thomas D. Clark (review)
  2. Mark V. Barrow Jr.
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  2. Mark Gooding
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  1. Dear Brother: Letters of William Clark to Jonathan Clark ed. by James J. Holmberg (review)
  2. Andrew McMichael
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  1. Daniel Boone: An American Life by Michael A. Lofaro (review)
  2. Corey Smith
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  1. Ambrose Bierce: Tales of Soldiers and Civilians ed. by Donald T. Blume (review)
  2. Russell Duncan
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  1. Wheels of Fortune: The Story of Rubber in Akron by Steve Love, David Giffels (review)
  2. Gregory Wilson
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  1. The Pennsylvania Railroad at Bay: William Riley McKeen and the Terre Haute and Indianapolis Railroad by Richard T. Wallis (review)
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  1. The Southern Highlander and His Homeland by John C. Campbell (review)
  2. Elizabeth M. Williams
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  1. To Move a Mountain: Fighting the Global Economy in Appalachia by Eve S. Weinbaum (review)
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  1. Announcements
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