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  1. The Holy “Knock-’Em-Down”: Methodism Remodels for the Ohio Valley, 1790s–1820s
  2. John Ellis
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  1. “Thy First Temple in the Far, Far West!”: Re/Shaping Theater in St. Louis, Missouri, 1837–1839
  2. Sara E. Lampert
  3. pp. 25-47
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  1. Clovernook: The Trader Sisters’ Life Work
  2. Sarah Staples
  3. pp. 70-76
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  1. A Tale of Two Families: Exploring Black History through Genealogy and Photography
  2. Heather J. Potter
  3. pp. 77-85
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  1. Forging Pittsburgh: The Varied Evolution of Steel City
  2. Pedro A. Regalado
  3. pp. 86-91
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  1. Black Radicalism Reconceptualized: Struggle and Resistance in the Ohio Valley
  2. Evan Elizabeth Hart
  3. pp. 92-96
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  1. Stamped from the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America by Ibram X. Kendi (review)
  2. James W. Loewen
  3. pp. 97-99
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  1. Masterless Men: Poor Whites and Slavery in the Antebellum South by Keri Leigh Merritt (review)
  2. Minoa D. Uffelman
  3. pp. 99-101
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  1. Winold Reiss and the Cincinnati Union Terminal: Fanfare for the Common Man by Gretchen Garner (review)
  2. Frank Mehring
  3. pp. 102-104
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  1. What Can and Can’t Be Said: Race, Uplift, and Monument Building in the Contemporary South by Dell Upton (review)
  2. Kevin M. Levin
  3. pp. 104-106
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  1. The Rebel in the Red Jeep: Ken Hechler’s Life in West Virginia Politics by Carter Taylor Seaton (review)
  2. Jonathon Free
  3. pp. 106-108
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