1. Introduction: Defining the Mid-Atlantic Region
  2. Randall M. Miller, Beverly C. Tomek
  3. pp. 257-259
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  1. Mid-Atlantic Colonies, R.I.P.
  2. Daniel K. Richter
  3. pp. 260-281
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  1. The Mid-Atlantic and the American Revolution
  2. Wayne Bodle
  3. pp. 282-299
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  1. In Search of a Useable—and Hopeful—Environmental Narrative in the Mid-Atlantic
  2. Chris J. Magoc
  3. pp. 314-328
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  1. A Labored Mid-Atlantic Region Defined, Not Discovered: Suggestions on the Intersections of Labor and Regional History
  2. Rachel A. Batch
  3. pp. 329-342
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  1. In Their Places: Region, Women, and Women’s Rights
  2. Susan Klepp
  3. pp. 343-356
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  1. Freedom’s Grand Lab: Abolition, Race, and Black Freedom Struggles in Recent Pennsylvania Historiography
  2. Richard S. Newman
  3. pp. 357-372
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  1. Defining a Mid-Atlantic Region
  2. Howard Gillette Jr.
  3. pp. 373-380
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Book Reviews

  1. Disaster: Stories of Destruction and Death in Nineteenth-Century New Jersey by Alan A. Siegel (review)
  2. James Higgins
  3. pp. 385-386
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  1. Coxsackie: The Life and Death of Prison Reform by Joseph F. Spillane (review)
  2. Jonathan Nash
  3. pp. 386-388
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  1. Gettysburg Religion: Refinement, Diversity, and Race in the Antebellum and Civil War Border North by Steve Longenecker (review)
  2. Thomas Rzeznik
  3. pp. 389-391
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  1. City Water, City Life: Water and the Infrastructure of Ideas in Urbanizing Philadelphia, Boston, and Chicago by Carl Smith (review)
  2. Natalie Schuster
  3. pp. 391-394
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  1. America’s Revolution by Patrick Griffin (review)
  2. Rachel Engl Taggart
  3. pp. 394-396
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  1. Political Antislavery Discourse and American Literature of the 1850s by David Grant (review)
  2. Michael E. Woods
  3. pp. 397-399
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 400-402
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