restricted access   Volume 43, Number 3, September 2015

Table of Contents

Articles

Stanley I. Kutler

pp. 397-398
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Stanley I. Kutler (1934–2015)

pp. 399-400
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Mann, the United States, and the World

pp. 401-410
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The Story of Us, or: How Philology Made the Humanities

pp. 411-419
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Knowledge for What?

pp. 420-426
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To Dream, Perchance to Psychoanalyze

pp. 427-433
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Tales of Misery and Woe

pp. 434-440
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Straw Men No Longer: A Hessian Usable Past for an Era of Coalition Warfare

pp. 441-446
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Writing Missionary Biography in the Post-Colonial Turn: Junípero Serra

pp. 447-455
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Ship on Trial

pp. 456-461
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Sex, Not in the City, circa 1790s

pp. 462-467
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The Early U.S. Paper Industry

pp. 468-470
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The Development of the American Iron Industry in the Nineteenth Century: An Interdisciplinary Examination

pp. 471-476
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“To Detail the Incidents of Such a Life”: The Life and Writings of Louisa Catherine Adams

pp. 477-483
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Maps with a Message

pp. 484-489
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The Patriot Act: Loyalty and Treason during the Civil War Era

pp. 490-497
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New Works about Slavery on the Antebellum Frontier

pp. 498-504
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Constructing and Reconstructing Race in Nineteenth-Century California

pp. 505-511
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Undue Process: Reconstruction Legacies of Violence, Democracy, and Race

pp. 512-521
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How the Pacific Nearly Became a Russian Lake

pp. 522-527
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Living and Eating Class: Animals, Food, and American Inequality

pp. 528-531
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Revisiting a “Great” Doctor’s Life

pp. 532-536
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American Caesars

pp. 537-543
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Bureaucratic Power and the Rule of Law

pp. 544-549
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The Making of “Mexicans” and “Hispanics”: Historicizing the “Sleeping Giant”

pp. 550-556
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Christian Scholars on the American Century

pp. 557-563
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The Tragedy of Stokely Carmichael

pp. 564-570
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