restricted access   New Series, Volume 9, Number 1, Spring 2015

Table of Contents

Editor’s Note

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Articles

The Rise and Fall of West Virginia’s Bureau of Negro Welfare and Statistics, 1921–1957

pp. 1-22
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Forming a Middle Class: The Civil War in Kanawha County, West(ern) Virginia 1861–1865

pp. 23-45
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James Morton Callahan and the Great War: A Crisis of Conscience or an Occasion for Patriotism?

pp. 47-64
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Public History Feature

Glass Blowing and Community Building: A History of Morgantown, West Virginia’s Sunnyside Neighborhood, 1890–2013

pp. 65-88
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Book Reviews

The Devil Is Here in These Hills: West Virginia Coal Miners and Their Battle for Freedom by James Green (review)

pp. 89-91
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Listening to the Land: Stories from the Cacapon and Lost River Valley by Jamie S. Ross (review)

pp. 91-92
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Madam Belle: Sex, Money, and Influence in a Southern Brothel by Maryjean Wall (review)

pp. 93-94
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Wayfaring Strangers: The Musical Voyage from Scotland and Ulster to Appalachia by Fiona Ritchie, Doug Orr (review)

pp. 94-96
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James A. Rhodes Ohio Colossus by Tom Diemer, Lee Leonard, Richard G. Zimmerman (review)

pp. 96-97
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Kentucky Confederates: Secession, Civil War and the Jackson Purchase by Berry Craig (review)

pp. 98-99
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Violence Against Women in Kentucky: A History of U.S. and State Legislative Reform by Carol E. Jordan (review)

pp. 99-100
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Hippie Homesteaders: Arts, Crafts, Music, and Living on the Land in West Virginia by Carter Taylor Seaton (review)

pp. 101-102
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Aspiring to Greatness: West Virginia University since World War II by Ronald L. Lewis (review)

pp. 102-104
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