1. Through the Looking-Glass
  2. Peter A. Coclanis
  3. pp. 183-190
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  1. A Book for All Seasons: Biblical Authority and Public Life in Early American Christendom
  2. Frank Lambert
  3. pp. 191-197
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  1. Hidden in Plain Sight
  2. David J. Silverman
  3. pp. 198-202
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  1. Searching for the Center of the World: Kinship, Exchange, and the Meaning of Home in Eastern Native North America
  2. David Nichols
  3. pp. 203-209
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  1. On Demography and Genocide
  2. Russell Thornton
  3. pp. 210-216
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  1. Slavery, Commodification, and Capitalism
  2. Peter Kolchin
  3. pp. 217-226
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  1. Journeys to Louisiana and the Natchez Country
  2. David Narrett
  3. pp. 227-234
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  1. Royal Touch: What Charles I Can Teach Historians of the American Revolution
  2. Eliga H. Gould
  3. pp. 235-240
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  1. Working Toward a Synthetic Account of How Slavery Ended in the United States
  2. Eva Sheppard Wolf
  3. pp. 241-247
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  1. A Tale of Two Cities: Nineteenth-Century Black Community in North Carolina and New York
  2. Janette Thomas Greenwood
  3. pp. 248-254
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  1. Abolitionist Histories in the Context of Black Lives Matter
  2. Stacey M. Robertson
  3. pp. 255-263
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  1. The Pain of Passing
  2. Renee Romano
  3. pp. 264-269
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  1. Power Literacy: Nineteenth-Century American Indians and the Uses of Class, Respectability, Spiritual Authority, and Media
  2. Joel Pfister
  3. pp. 270-276
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  1. Not Over: The Nineteenth-Century Indian Wars
  2. Michael A. Elliott
  3. pp. 277-283
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  1. Expanding the Scope of Chinese American History
  2. Sucheng Chan
  3. pp. 284-290
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  1. How Women Got the Vote
  2. Tatyana Bakhmetyeva
  3. pp. 291-298
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  1. Catching a City and Nation in High Relief
  2. James Marten
  3. pp. 299-304
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  1. Working Women and the Contested Meanings of Equality
  2. Lara Vapnek
  3. pp. 305-311
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  1. Serving Up the American South: Foodways and Southern History
  2. Anthony J. Stanonis
  3. pp. 312-319
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  1. Representing Race on Stage and Screen in Early Twentieth-Century America
  2. Susan Curtis
  3. pp. 320-326
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  1. Protest, Resilience, and Agency in Neoslavery
  2. Douglas Flowe
  3. pp. 327-334
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  1. Ecology, Ontology, and Fossil Fuels
  2. David S. Painter
  3. pp. 335-341
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  1. State Of The Field: What Is the Legacy of the Common Schools Movement? Revisiting Carl Kaestleā€™s 1983 Pillars of the Republic
  2. Johann N. Neem
  3. pp. 342-355
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