Recent Scholarship

African American

Adeleke, Tunde, “Violence as an Option for Free Blacks in Nineteenth-Century America,” Canadian Review of American Studies/Revue canadienne d’études américaines (Ottawa), 35 (no. 1, 2005), 87–107.

Behan, Barbara Carol, “Forgotten Heritage: African Americans in the Montana Territory, 1864–1889,” Journal of African American History, 91 (Winter 2006), 23–40.

Budros, Art, “The Antislavery Movement in Early America: Religion, Social Environment, and Slave Manumissions,” Social Forces, 84 (Dec. 2005), 941–66.

Carson, Clayborne, “Between Contending Forces: Martin Luther King, Jr. and the African American Freedom Struggle,” oah Magazine of History, 19 (Jan. 2005), 17–21.

Carson, Clayborne, “Paradoxes of King Historiography,” oah Magazine of History, 19 (Jan. 2005), 7–10.

Carson, Clayborne, “The Unfinished Dialogue of Martin Luther King Jr. and Malcolm X,” oah Magazine of History, 19 (Jan. 2005), 22–26.

Carson, Clayborne, “To Walk in Dignity: The Montgomery Bus Boycott,” oah Magazine of History, 19 (Jan. 2005), 13–15.

Christian, Mark, “Marcus Garvey and the Universal Negro Improvement Association (unia): With Special Reference to the ‘Lost’ Parade in Columbus, Ohio, September 25, 1923,” Western Journal of Black Studies, 28 (Fall 2004), 424–34.

Collins, William J., “The Political Economy of State Fair Housing Laws before 1968,” Social Science History, 30 (Spring 2006), 15–49.

Franklin, V. P., “The African American Experience in the Western States,” Journal of African American History, 91 (Winter 2006), 1–72. Special issue.

Grem, Darren E., “Sam Jones, Sam Hose, and the Theology of Racial Violence,” Georgia Historical Quarterly, 90 (Spring 2006), 35–61.

Harrison, Robert, “Welfare and Employment Policies of the Freedmen’s Bureau in the District of Columbia,” Journal of Southern History, 72 (Feb. 2006), 75–110.

Johnson, Karen A., “Undaunted Courage and Faith: The Lives of Three Black Women in the West and Hawaii in the Early 19th Century,” Journal of African American History, 91 (Winter 2006), 4–22.

Marcus, Kenneth H., “Living the Los Angeles Renaissance: A Tale of Two Black Composers,” Journal of African American History, 91 (Winter 2006), 55–72.

May, Lissa Fleming, “Early Musical Development of Selected African American Jazz Musicians in Indianapolis in the 1930s and 1940s,” Journal of Historical Research in Music Education, 27 (Oct. 2005), 21–32.

McNeil, Daniel, “Afro(Americo)centricity in Black (American) Nova Scotia,” Canadian Review of American Studies/Revue canadienne d’études américaines (Ottawa), 35 (no. 1, 2005), 57–85.

McRae, James S., “David G. Cooke Joins the United States Colored Troops,” Tennessee Historical Quarterly, 64 (Fall 2005), 179–85.

Moss, Hilary J., “Education’s Inequity: Opposition to Black Higher Education in Antebellum Connecticut,” History of Education Quarterly, 46 (Spring 2006), 16–35.

Nightingale, Carl H., “The Transnational Contexts of Early Twentieth-Century American Urban Segregation,” Journal of Social History, 39 (Spring 2006), 667–702.

Oliver, Mamie O., “Idaho Ebony: The African American Presence in Idaho State History,” Journal of African American History, 91 (Winter 2006), 41–54.

Osborne, Christopher M., “Invisible Hands: Slaves, Bound Laborers, and the Development of Western Pennsylvania, 1780–1820,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Winter 2005), 77–89.

Peterson, Carla L., “African Americans and the New York Draft Riots: Memory and Reconciliation in America’s Civil War,” Nanzan Review of American Studies (Nagoya), 27 (2005), 1–14.

Phillips, Anne E., “A History of the Struggle for School Desegregation in Philadelphia, 1955–1967,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Winter 2005), 49–76.

Pocock, Emil, “Slavery and Freedom in the Early Republic: Robert Patterson’s Slaves in Kentucky and Ohio, 1804–1819,” Ohio Valley History, 6 (Spring 2006), 3–26.

Quinn, John F., “The Rise and Fall of Repeal: Slavery and Irish Nationalism in Antebellum Philadelphia,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 130 (Jan. 2006), 45–78.

Rael, Patrick, “Free Black Activism in the Antebellum North,” History Teacher, 39 (Feb. 2006), 215–53.

Sayers, Daniel O., “The Underground Railroad Reconsidered,” Western Journal of Black Studies, 28 (Fall 2004), 435–43.

Tollison, Courtney L., “In Pursuit of Excellence: Desegregation and Southern Baptist Politics at Furman University,” History of Higher Education Annual, 23 (2003–2004), 23–48.

Wallenstein, Peter, “Higher Education and Civil Rights: South Carolina, 1860s–1960s,” History of Higher Education Annual, 23 (2003–2004), 1–22.

Warren, Donald, “Slavery as an American Educational Institution: Historiographical Inquiries,” Journal of Thought, 40 (Winter 2005), 41–54.

Weir, Margaret, “States, Race, and the Decline of New Deal Liberalism,” Studies in American Political Development, 19 (Oct. 2005), 157–72.

Wolfinger, James, “‘We Are in the Front Lines in the Battle for Democracy’: Carolyn Moore and Black Activism in World War II Philadelphia,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Winter 2005), 1–23.

Zakim, Michael, “The Dialectics of Merchant Capital: New York City Businessmen and the Secession Crisis of 1860–61,” New York History, 87 (Winter 2006), 67–87.

 

Abston, Carmen Patrice, “Representation and Signification: The Street and Dutchman as Revisions of Richard Wright’s Portrayal of Black Identity and Experience in Native Son” (University of Southern Mississippi, 2005). Order No. DA3180131.

Amos, Sharon L. Richardson, “Whose Dust Is Rising? Historical and Literacy Narratives of the Northern Migration of African American Women” (State University of New York, Buffalo, 2005). Order No. DA3185352.

Ayabe, Masatomo, “The Ku Klux Klan Movement in Williamson County, Illinois, 1923–1926” (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2005). Order No. DA3182215.

Bethea, Trina Caviness, “Segregation, Desegregation, Resegregation: Dudley High School as a Case in Point” (University of North Carolina, Greensboro, 2005). Order No. DA3182826.

Bilsky, Dana, “Tangled Skeins: Identification and Fantasmatic Genealogies of Slavery in Narratives by Jacobs, Crafts, Wilson, and Keckley” (Northwestern University, 2005). Order No. DA3177687.

Boggs, Nicholas Taylor, “The Critic and the Little Man: On African-American Literacy Studies in the Post–Civil Rights Era” (Columbia University, 2005). Order No. DA3182930.

Buckner, Timothy Ryan, “Constructing Identities on the Frontier of Slavery, Natchez, Mississippi, 1760–1860” (University of Texas, Austin, 2005). Order No. DA3187667.

Clavin, Matthew J., “‘Men of color, to arms!’ Remembering Toussaint Louverture and the Haitian Revolution in the American Civil War” (American University, 2005). Order No. DA3182552.

Collins, Brennan, “‘Forsaking the promised land’: Raymond Andrews and the Many African-American Literary Perspectives on the South” (Georgia State University, 2005). Order No. DA3180053.

Dolinar, Brian, “Where History Turned Another Page: The Black Popular Art of Langston Hughes, Ollie Harrington, and Chester Himes” (Claremont Graduate University, 2005). Order No. DA3179498.

Fearing, Jeffrey John, “African-American Image, History, and Identity, in Twentieth-Century Washington, D.C., as Chronicled through the Art and Social Realism Photography of Addison N. Scurlock and the Scurlock Studios, 1904–1994” (Howard University, 2005). Order No. DA3184865.

Gannon, Barbara A., “The Won Cause: Black and White Comradeship in the Grand Army of the Republic” (Pennsylvania State University, 2005). Order No. DA3187505.

Guorong, Xie, “Minquan yundongde qianchou: Dulumen dangzhengshiqi meiguo heiren minquanyundong wenti yanjiu” (A prelude to the civil rights movement: African American civil rights in the Truman administration period) (Nankai University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Hyra, Derek S., “Race, Politics, and Neighborhood Revitalization: The Economic Transformation of Harlem and Bronzeville” (University of Chicago, 2005). Order No. DA3181359.

Issa, Jahi U., “The Universal Negro Improvement Association in Louisiana: Creating a Provisional Government in Exile” (Howard University, 2005). Order No. DA3184874.

Jensen, Melba P., “Frederick Douglass’s The Heroic Slave: Text, Context, and Interpretation” (University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 2005). Order No. DA3179890.

Johnson, Sherita, “‘Truth is stranger than fiction’: Black Women in American Literature of the South” (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2005). Order No. DA3182291.

Jones, James Thomas, III, “Creating Revolution As We Advance: The Revolutionary Years of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense and Those Who Destroyed It” (Ohio State University, 2005). Order No. DA3177143.

Leonard, Joe E., Jr., “‘We are catchin’ hell down here’: The Struggle for Public Accommodations and Voter Franchisement by the Congress of Racial Equality in Louisiana, 1960–1965” (Howard University, 2005). Order No. DA3184879.

Lewis-Mhoon, Abena, “Adorning Adversaries, Affecting Avenues: African American Women’s Impact on Adornment and Fashion Design in Washington, D.C., 1880–1950” (Howard University, 2005). Order No. DA3184880.

Mangun, Kimberly Ann, “Beatrice Morrow Cannady and The Advocate: Building and Defending Oregon’s African American Community, 1912–1933” (University of Oregon, 2005). Order No. DA3181108.

McInneshin, Seulky, “Remapping Southern Experiences: African Americans and the Forging of Race, Class, and Southern Identities, 1877–1898” (University of Minnesota, 2005). Order No. DA3184958.

Robolin, Stéphane Pierre Raymond, “‘You are now in fairyland’: Remapping Resistance in South African and African American Literatures” (Duke University, 2005). Order No. DA3179214.

Roseboro, Donyell L., “Icons of Power and Landscapes of Protest: The Student Movement for the Sonja Haynes Stone Black Cultural Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill” (University of North Carolina, Greensboro, 2005). Order No. DA3180090.

Shaffer, Donald M., Jr., “Making Space(s): The Representation of Place and Identity in Black Migration Novels, 1902–1953” (University of Chicago, 2005). Order No. DA3181417.

Wilson, Melinda, “Coming of Age in the Black Liberation Generation: The Construction of Youth in African American Drama, 1950–1980” (Northwestern University, 2005). Order No. DA3177828.

Witt, Andrew, “‘Picking up the hammer’: The Community Programs and Services of the Black Panther Party with Emphasis on the Milwaukee Branch, 1966–1977” (Loyola University, Chicago, 2005). Order No. DA3180965.

 

Dargan, William T., Lining Out the Word: Dr. Watts Hymn Singing in the Music of Black Americans. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2006. xvi, 320 pp. $45.00, isbn 0-520-23448-0.)

Finkelman, Paul, ed., Encyclopedia of African American History, 1619–1895: From the Colonial Period to the Age of Frederick Douglass. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2006. Vol. 1: xviii, 490 pp.; Vol. 2: 543 pp.; Vol. 3: 490 pp. $375.00/setisbn 0-19-516777-5./set.)

Holzer, Harold, Edna Greene Medford, and Frank J. Williams, The Emancipation Proclamation: Three Views. (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2006. xiv, 162 pp. $29.95, isbn 0-8071-3144-X.) Heavily illustrated. Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.

Kevorkian, Martin, Color Monitors: The Black Face of Technology in America. (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2006. xiv, 204 pp. Cloth, $59.95, isbn 0-8014-4443-8. Paper, $17.95, isbn 0-8014-7278-4.)

Rappleye, Charles, Sons of Providence: The Brown Brothers, the Slave Trade, and the American Revolution. (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2006. 400 pp. $27.00, isbn 0-7432-6687-0.)

Shellum, Brian G., Black Cadet in a White Bastion: Charles Young at West Point. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2006. xxii, 175 pp. $16.95, isbn 0-8032-9315-1.)

Taylor, Andrew, and Eldrid Herrington, eds., The Afterlife of John Brown. (New York: Palgrave, 2005. xii, 243 pp. $69.95, isbn 1-4039-6992-2.) Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.

Vivian, Octavia, Coretta: The Story of Coretta Scott King. (Minneapolis: Fortress, 2006. xii, 126 pp. Cloth, $17.00, isbn 0-8006-3855-7. Paper, $10.00, isbn 0-8006-3853-0.) Heavily illustrated. Commemorative edition.

Yarema, Allan, The American Colonization Society: An Avenue to Freedom? (Lanham: University Press of America, 2006. x, 90 pp. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-7618-3359-5.)

 

Carson, Clayborne, “King’s Path to Antiwar Dissent,” oah Magazine of History, 19 (Jan. 2005), 27–28.

Phillips, Ulrich Bonnell, and James David Glunt, eds., Florida Plantation Records: From the Papers of George Noble Jones. (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2006. xliv, 596 pp. $55.00, isbn 0-8130-2976-7.) Originally published in 1927.


Agricultural and Rural

Craig, Steve, “‘The More They Listen, the More They Buy’: Radio and the Modernizing of Rural America, 1930–1939,” Agricultural History, 80 (Winter 2006), 1–16.

Devine, Jenny Barker, “‘Quite a Ripple But No Revolution’: The Changing Roles of Women in the Iowa Farm Bureau Foundation, 1921–1951,” Annals of Iowa, 64 (Winter 2005), 1–36.

Gisolfi, Monica Richmond, “From Crop Lien to Contract Farming: The Roots of Agribusiness in the American South, 1929–1939,” Agricultural History, 80 (Spring 2006), 167–89.

Larson, Grace H., and Henry E. Erdman, “Aaron Sapiro: Genius of Farm Co-operative Promotion, Part 2,” Western States Jewish History, 38 (Winter 2006), 171–86.

McLeman, Robert, “Migration Out of 1930s Rural Eastern Oklahoma: Insights for Climate Change Research,” Great Plains Quarterly, 26 (Winter 2006), 27–40.

Perren, Richard, “Farmers and Consumers under Strain: Allied Meat Supplies in the First World War,” Agricultural History Review (Oxford), 53 (part II, 2005), 212–28.

Peters, Scott J., “‘Every Farmer Should Be Awakened’: Liberty Hyde Bailey’s Vision of Agricultural Extension Work,” Agricultural History, 80 (Spring 2006), 190–219.

Reynolds, Terry S., “‘Quite an Experiment’: A Mining Company’s Attempt to Promote Agriculture on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, 1895–1915,” Agricultural History, 80 (Winter 2006), 64–98.

Smith, John David, “Introduction to the University Press of Florida Edition,” in Florida Plantation Records: From the Papers of George Noble Jones, ed. Ulrich Bonnell Phillips and James David Glunt, v–xl. (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2006. xliv, 596 pp. $55.00, isbn 0-8130-2976-7.)

Sterling, Evans, “Dependent Harvests: Grain Production on the American and Canadian Plains and the Double Dependency with Mexico, 1880–1950,” Agricultural History, 80 (Winter 2006), 35–63.

Wedin, Walter F., “Seeds and Swedes: Emigrant Clover from Alsike,” Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 57 (Jan. 2006), 33–59.

Wells, Christopher W., “The Changing Nature of Country Roads: Farmers, Reformers, and the Shifting Uses of Rural Space, 1880–1905,” Agricultural History, 80 (Spring 2006), 143–66.

 

Anderson, Joseph Leslie, “Industrializing the Corn Belt: Iowa Farmers, Technology, and the Midwestern Landscape, 1945–1972” (Iowa State University, 2005). Order No. DA3184581.

Britton, Glenn Worth, “‘Improving’ the Middle Landscape: Conservation and Social Change in Rural Southern Michigan, 1890 to 1940” (University of California, Los Angeles, 2005). Order No. DA3181743.

 

Helphand, Kenneth I., Defiant Gardens: Making Gardens in Wartime. (San Antonio: Trinity University Press, 2006. xvi, 303 pp. $34.95, isbn 1-59534-021-1.) Heavily illustrated.

 

Phillips, Ulrich Bonnell, and James David Glunt, eds., Florida Plantation Records: From the Papers of George Noble Jones. (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2006. xliv, 596 pp. $55.00, isbn 0-8130-2976-7.) Originally published in 1927.


American Indian

Archuleta, Elizabeth, “Gym Shoes, Maps, and Passports, Oh My! Creating Community or Creating Chaos at nmai?,” American Indian Quarterly, 29 (Summer–Fall 2005), 426–49.

Bauer, William J., Jr., “‘We Were All Migrant Workers Here’: Round Valley Indian Labor in Northern California, 1850–1929,” Western Historical Quarterly, 37 (Spring 2006), 43–63.

Bellin, Joshua David, “Taking the Indian Cure: Thoreau, Indian Medicine, and the Performance of American Culture,” New England Quarterly, 79 (March 2006), 3–36.

Bowman, Paul, “Ishi and the Long Concealment,” California Territorial Quarterly (no. 64, Winter 2005), 16–25.

Burchfield, Christopher, “The Sweet, Sad Song of Yellow Bird: California’s Confederate Cherokee,” California Territorial Quarterly (no. 64, Winter 2005), 4–15.

Cannon, Brian Q., “Mormonism in Montana,” Montana, 56 (Spring 2006), 2–19.

Cobb, Amanda J., “The National Museum of the American Indian: Sharing the Gift,” American Indian Quarterly, 29 (Summer–Fall 2005), 360–83.

Crum, Steven, “Native Americans, the Lehman Caves, and Great Basin National Park,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly, 48 (Fall 2005), 347–68.

Crum, Steven, “Rare Exceptions: Some University Professors and the Teaching of Native American History, 1900–1970,” History Teacher, 39 (Feb. 2006), 153–73.

Hauptman, Laurence M., “The Two Worlds of Aunt Dinah John (1774?–1883), Onondaga Indian,” New York History, 87 (Winter 2006), 5–27.

Hunt, Alex, “Hunting Charles Goodnight’s Buffalo: Texas Fiction, Panhandle Folklore, and Kiowa History,” Panhandle-Plains Historical Review, 77 (2004), 1–13.

Iverson, Peter, “Discoverers, Pioneers, and Settlers: Toward a More Inclusive History of the North American West,” Western Historical Quarterly, 37 (Spring 2006), 5–19.

Leahy, Todd, “‘Beef Instead of Bayonets’: Cultural Mores and the Failure of Assimilation on the Kiowa-Comanche Reservation,” Chronicles of Oklahoma, 83 (Winter 2005–2006), 490–99.

Lee, Chang-Sin, “Buk America Wonjumin Yeoseong gwa Gender Gwangae” (Native North American women and gender relations), Migukhak Nonjip/Korean Journal of American Studies (Seoul), 36 (Fall 2004), 242–64. In Korean.

McKevitt, Gerald, “Northwest Indian Evangelization by European Jesuits, 1841–1909,” Catholic Historical Review, 91 (Oct. 2005), 688–713.

McNally, Michael D., “The Indian Passion Play: Contesting the Real Indian in Song of Hiawatha Pageants, 1901–1965,” American Quarterly, 58 (March 2006), 105–36.

O’Sullivan, Meg Devlin, “Missionary and Mother: Jerusha Swain’s Transformation in the Cherokee Nation, 1852–1861,” Chronicles of Oklahoma, 83 (Winter 2005–2006), 452–65.

Ostrowitz, Judith, “‘Concourse and Periphery’ in Perspective: Well Past Planning,” American Indian Quarterly, 29 (Summer–Fall 2005), 384–425.

Perreault, Melanie, “‘To Fear and to Love Us’: Intercultural Violence in the English Atlantic,” Journal of World History, 17 (March 2006), 71–93.

Pieczynski, Christopher J., “Two Little Ships: Naval Action during the Conspiracy of Pontiac,” Inland Seas, 61 (Winter 2005), 294–309.

Wenger, Tisa, “‘We Are Guaranteed Freedom’: Pueblo Indians and the Category of Religion in the 1920s,” History of Religions, 45 (Nov. 2005), 89–113.

Wilson, Michael C., “The ‘Placing’ of Identity in Nomadic Societies: Aboriginal Landscapes of the Northwestern Plains of North America,” Material Culture Review (Ottawa) (no. 62, Fall 2005), 7–19.

 

Alessi, Joseph P., “Settling America: Indians, Euroamericans, and the Establishment of Frontier Towns, 1600–1830” (Saint Louis University, 2005). Order No. DA3185040.

Bush, Caleb Michael, “Land, Conflict, and the ‘net of incorporation’: Capitalism’s Uneven Expansion into the Navajo Indian Reservation, 1860–2000” (State University of New York, Binghamton, 2005). Order No. DA3179253.

Cahoon, Heather M., “For Better or for Worse: Flathead Indian Reservation Governance and Sovereignty” (University of Montana, 2005). Order No. DA3179158.

Denial, Catherine Jane, “‘A proper light before the country’: The Shifting Politics of Gender and Kinship among the Dakota, Ojibwe, and Non-Native Communities of the Upper Midwest, 1825–1845” (University of Iowa, 2005). Order No. DA3184704.

Dewar, David Paton, “George Morgan’s American Life, 1743–1810” (University of Kansas, 2005). Order No. DA3185149.

Hungate, Adam B., “Let Them Eat Yellowcake: Navajo Uranium and American Marginalism” (University of California, Riverside, 2005). Order No. DA3179382.

Krahe, Diane L., “Last Refuge: The Uneasy Embrace of Indian Lands by the National Wilderness Movement, 1937–1965” (Washington State University, 2005). Order No. DA3184149.

Loupe, Leleua Laurita, “Unhappy and Unhealthy: Student Bodies at Perris Indian School and Sherman Institute, 1897–1910” (University of California, Riverside, 2005). Order No. DA3179390.

 

Carney, Viriginia Moore, Eastern Band Cherokee Women: Cultural Persistence in Their Letters and Speeches. (Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2005. xviii, 230 pp. $32.00, isbn 1-57233-332-4.)

Hamill, James, Going Indian. (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2006. xiv, 216 pp. Cloth, $40.00, isbn 0-252-03032-X. Paper, $20.00, isbn 0-252-07279-0.)

Josephy, Alvin M., Jr., ed., Lewis and Clark through Indian Eyes. (New York: Knopf, 2006. xviii, 192 pp. $24.00, isbn 1-4000-4267-4.)

Polk, William R., The Birth of America: From Before Columbus to the Revolution. (New York: HarperCollins, 2006. xxiv, 392 pp. $25.95, isbn 0-06-075090-1.)

Reid, John Phillip, A Law of Blood: The Primitive Law of the Cherokee Nation. (DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 2006. xii, 340 pp. Paper, $26.00, isbn 0-87580-608-2.) Originally published in 1970.

 

Waddell, Louis M., ed., “Thomas and Richard Penn Return Albany Purchase Land to the Six Nations: The Power of Attorney of November 7, 1757,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Spring 2005), 229–40.


Antebellum

Dale, Elizabeth, “Getting Away with Murder,” American Historical Review, 111 (Feb. 2006), 95–103.

Hansot, Elizabeth, “Hearing Voices: Rhetoric, Imitation, and Civic Competence,” Journal of Education, 185 (no. 2, 2004), 27–45.

Rael, Patrick, “Free Black Activism in the Antebellum North,” History Teacher, 39 (Feb. 2006), 215–53.

Rowley, Karen M., and John Maxwell Hamilton, “A Missing Link in the History of American War Correspondents: James Morgan Bradford and the Time Piece of St. Francisville, Louisiana,” American Journalism, 22 (Fall 2005), 7–26.

Tamas, Bernard Ivan, “A Divided Political Elite: Why Congress Banned Multimember Districts in 1842,” New Political Science, 28 (March 2006), 23–44.

Warshauer, Matthew, “Contested Mourning: The New York Battle over Andrew Jackson’s Death,” New York History, 87 (Winter 2006), 29–65.

 

Pflugrad-Jackisch, Ami, “We Are All Brothers: Secret Fraternal Organizations and the Transformation of the White Male Political Culture in Antebellum Virginia” (State University of New York, Buffalo, 2005). Order No. DA3185319.


Asian American

Barde, Robert, and Gustavo J. Bobonis, “Detention at Angel Island: First Empirical Evidence,” Social Science History, 30 (Spring 2006), 103–36.

Chen, Fu-Jen, and Su-Lin Yu, “Reclaiming the Southwest: A Traumatic Space in the Japanese American Internment Narrative,” Journal of the Southwest, 47 (Winter 2005), 551–70.

Chung, Hye Seung, “Portrait of a Patriot’s Son: Philip Ahn and Korean Diasporic Identities in Hollywood,” Cinema Journal, 45 (Winter 2006), 43–67.

Chung, Kyung Hee, and Inpyo Lee, “Jaemi Hanin eui SahoiGyongjaejeok Seongjang: Geu Yeongule wuan Ironjeok Gochal” (The social development of Korean-Americans: In search of new theoretical perspectives), Migukhak Nonjip/Korean Journal of American Studies (Seoul), 36 (Winter 2004), 280–304. In Korean.

Glanz, Rudolf, “Jews and Chinese in America,” Western States Jewish History, 38 (Winter 2006), 112–32.

Pegler-Gordon, Anna, “Chinese Exclusion, Photography, and the Development of U.S. Immigration Policy,” American Quarterly, 58 (March 2006), 51–77.

 

Amato, Jean M., “The Representation of Ancestral Home and Homeland in Chinese American Fiction (1960s–1990s)” (University of Oregon, 2005). Order No. DA3181080.

Dusselier, Jane E., “Artful Identifications: Crafting Survival in Japanese American Concentration Camps” (University of Maryland, College Park, 2005). Order No. DA3178711.

Kase, Toyoshi, “Nisei Samurai: Culture and Agency in Three Japanese American Lives” (University of Maryland, College Park, 2005). Order No. DA3178608.

Kobayashi, Junko, “‘Bitter sweet home’: Celebration of Biculturalism in Japanese Language Japanese American Literature, 1936–1952” (University of Iowa, 2005). Order No. DA3179090.

Lain, Brian Anderson, “Remembering Internment: The Function of Japanese American Rhetorics in Multicultural America” (University of Iowa, 2005). Order No. DA3184728.

Lee, Shelley Sang-Hee, “Cosmopolitan Identities: Japanese Americans in Seattle and the Pacific Rim, 1900–1942” (Stanford University, 2005). Order No. DA3186360.

Yaping, Li, “20shiji zhonghouqi meiguo huawen wenxuede zhuti bijiao yanjiu” (Comparative research on Chinese-American literature in the later period of the twentieth century) (Jinan University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

 

Chung, Sue Fawn, and Priscilla Wegars, eds., Chinese American Death Rituals: Respecting the Ancestors. (Walnut Creek: AltaMira, 2005. x, 307 pp. Cloth, $80.00, isbn 0-7591-0733-5. Paper, $34.95, isbn 0-7591-0734-3.)

 

Yung, Judy, Gordon H. Chang, and Him Mark Lai, eds., Chinese American Voices: From the Gold Rush to the Present. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2006. xxii, 462 pp. Cloth, $60.00, isbn 0-520-24309-9. Paper, $24.95, isbn 0-520-24310-2.)


Archives and Bibliography

Barry, Rick, “Ethics Issues for Creators, Managers, and Users of Records,” in Political Pressure and the Archival Record, ed. Margaret Procter, Michael Cook, and Caroline Williams, 131–49. (Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 2005. xxviii, 345 pp. Paper, $42.00, isbn 1-931666-15-6.)

Connors, Thomas James, “The Bush Administration and ‘Information Lockdown,’” in Political Pressure and the Archival Record, ed. Margaret Procter, Michael Cook, and Caroline Williams, 195–208. (Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 2005. xxviii, 345 pp. Paper, $42.00, isbn 1-931666-15-6.)

Esposito, Jackie R., “‘Any Tangible Thing’: The usa Patriot Act and Its Impact on Higher Education Administration,” in Political Pressure and the Archival Record, ed. Margaret Procter, Michael Cook, and Caroline Williams, 185–94. (Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 2005. xxviii, 345 pp. Paper, $42.00, isbn 1-931666-15-6.)

Hatton, Grenville, “Creating and Managing Archives for Local History Groups,” Historical Methods, 39 (Winter 2006), 3–9.

Hunt, Leslie, and Melissa Mandell, “Newly Available Collections at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 130 (Jan. 2006), 105–12.

Miles, George, “The Press in the West: A Roundup of Recent Work,” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 99 (Sept. 2005), 445–58.

Whorley, Tywanna, “The Tuskegee Syphilis Study: Access and Control over Controversial Records,” in Political Pressure and the Archival Record, ed. Margaret Procter, Michael Cook, and Caroline Williams, 109–14. (Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 2005. xxviii, 345 pp. Paper, $42.00, isbn 1-931666-15-6.)

 

Irwin, Raymond D., Books on Early American History and Culture, 1951–1960: An Annotated Bibliography. (Westport: Praeger, 2006. xii, 298 pp. $97.95, isbn 0-313-31433-0.)

Procter, Margaret, Michael Cook, and Caroline Williams, eds., Political Pressure and the Archival Record. (Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 2005. xxviii, 345 pp. Paper, $42.00, isbn 1-931666-15-6.) Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.


Biography

Bonnin, Jeri W., “Katinka Dániel and Her Contributions to Kodály Pedagogy in the United States,” Journal of Historical Research in Music Education, 27 (Oct. 2005), 49–64.

Bozeman, Theodore Dwight, “John Clarke and the Complications of Liberty,” Church History, 75 (March 2006), 69–93.

Cole, Allen F., “Asserting His Authority: James Buchanan’s Failed Vindication,” Pennsylvania History, 70 (Winter 2003), 81–97.

Crawford, Richard, “Where Did Porgy and Bess Come From?,” Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 36 (Spring 2006), 697–734.

Diemert, Brian, “Uncontainable Metaphor: George F. Kennan’s ‘X’ Article and Cold War Discourse,” Canadian Review of American Studies/Revue canadienne d’études américaines (Ottawa), 35 (no. 1, 2005), 21–55.

Epstein, Edward, and Marybeth Gasman, “A Not-So-Systematic Effort to Study Art: Albert Barnes and Lincoln University,” History of Higher Education Annual, 24 (2005), 173–90.

Fuller, Randall, “Errand into the Wilderness: Perry Miller as American Scholar,” American Literary History, 18 (Spring 2006), 102–28.

Futrell, Roger H., “Benjamin F. Lofland, Horatio T. Lofland Jr., and John B. Williams: Loyalists in Confederate Territory,” Kentucky Ancestors, 40 (Summer 2005), 174–80.

Hughes, Delos D., “A Kentucky Builder in the New South: The M. T. Lewman and Falls City Construction Companies in Alabama, 1897–1915,” Alabama Review, 59 (April 2006), 107–42.

Lewis, Herbert J., “A Connecticut Yankee in Early Alabama: Henry Wilbourne Stevens and the Founding of Ordered Society, 1814–1823,” Alabama Review, 59 (April 2006), 83–106.

Mayer, Roberta A., “Family Ties: Thomas Eakins and the Sartains,” Nineteenth Century, 25 (Fall 2005), 13–22. Heavily illustrated.

Meyer, Scott J., “A Lutheran Patriarch: Pastor Theodore Kohn,” Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly, 78 (Winter 2005), 194–218.

Miller, Douglas K., “The Quest to Become Chief of Police: The Illustrious Career of George Augustus Sheets,” Utah Historical Quarterly, 74 (Winter 2006), 24–46.

Perkins, Waldo C., “From Switzerland to the Colorado River: Life Sketch of the Entrepreneurial Daniel Bonelli, the Forgotten Pioneer,” Utah Historical Quarterly, 74 (Winter 2006), 4–23.

Pitts, Francis D., III, “The Making of a Kentucky Architect and Entrepreneur: Insights into the Life of Matthew Kennedy,” Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, 103 (Spring 2005), 493–515.

Richardson, Susan R., “Reds, Race, and Research: Homer P. Rainey and the Grand Texas Tradition of Political Interference, 1939–1944,” History of Higher Education Annual, 24 (2005), 125–71.

Schneirow, Richard, “The Odyssey of William English Walling: Revisionism, Social Democracy, and Evolutionary Pragmatism,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 2 (Oct. 2003), 403–30.

Walaszek, Adam, “Tomasz Siemiradzki: An Intellectual in Ethnic Politics,” Polish American Studies, 62 (Autumn 2005), 47–73.

 

Ames, Jeffery L., “A Pioneering Twentieth-Century African-American Musician: The Choral Works of George T. Walker” (Florida State University, 2005). Order No. DA3183034.

Dewar, David Paton, “George Morgan’s American Life, 1743–1810” (University of Kansas, 2005). Order No. DA3185149.

Mangun, Kimberly Ann, “Beatrice Morrow Cannady and The Advocate: Building and Defending Oregon’s African American Community, 1912–1933” (University of Oregon, 2005). Order No. DA3181108.

Snyder, Robert Arthur, “William T. Brantly (1787–1845): A Southern Unionist and the Breakup of the Triennial Convention” (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2005). Order No. DA3181605.

Sutton, Matthew Avery, “Aimee Semple McPherson and the Remaking of American Faith, Politics, and Culture” (University of California, Santa Barbara, 2005). Order No. DA3178751.

Veenstra, David W., “The Civil Presidency: Gerald R. Ford and the Politics of Renewal” (University of Illinois, Chicago, 2005). Order No. DA3183706.

Wake, Naoko, “Private Practices: Harry Stack Sullivan, Homosexuality, and the Limits of Psychiatric Liberalism” (Indiana University, 2005). Order No. DA3178480.

Yue, Lu, “Andelu, kaneiji yanjiu” (On Andrew Carnegie) (East China Normal University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

 

Alter, Jonathan, The Defining Moment: fdr’s Hundred Days and the Triumph of Hope. (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2006. xvi, 415 pp. $29.95, isbn 0-7432-4600-4.)

Bass, Jack, and Marilyn W. Thompson, Strom: The Complicated Personal and Political Life of Strom Thurmond. (New York: Public Affairs, 2005. xvi, 415 pp. $27.50, isbn 1-58648-297-1.)

Bohan, Ruth L., Looking into Walt Whitman: American Art, 1850–1920. (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2006. xiv, 261 pp. $50.00, isbn 0-271-02702-9.) Heavily illustrated.

Conant, Jennet, 109 East Place: Robert Oppenheimer and the Secret City of Los Alamos. (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2005. xx, 424 pp. Paper, $14.00, isbn 0-7432-5008-7.)

Doheny, David A., David Finley: Quiet Force in America’s Arts. (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2006. viii, 392 pp. $35.00, isbn 0-89133-398-3.)

Ferrell, Robert H., Harry S. Truman and the Cold War Revisionists. (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2006. xii, 142 pp. $24.95, isbn 0-8262-1653-3.)

Garceau-Hagen, Dee, ed., Portraits of Women in the American West. (London: Routledge, 2005. xii, 273 pp. Cloth, $85.00, isbn 0-415-94802-9. Paper, $22.95, isbn 0-415-94803-7.) Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.

Giglio, James N., The Presidency of John F. Kennedy: Second Edition, Revised. (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2006. xvi, 360 pp. Cloth, $35.00, isbn 0-7006-1436-2. Paper, $17.95, isbn 0-7006-1457-5.) Originally published in 1991.

Goldwasser, Eugene, Jake: Leon O. Jacobson, M.D.—The Life and Work of a Distinguished Medical Scientist. (Canton: Science History Publications, 2006. xii, 83 pp. Paper, $14.95, isbn 0-88135-279-9.)

Harpster, Jack, John Odgen, The Pilgrim (1609–1682): A Man of More Than Ordinary Mark. (Cranbury: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2006. 244 pp. $52.50, isbn 0-8386-4104-0.)

Keller, Florian, Andy Kaufman: Wrestling with the American Dream. (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2005. xvi, 194 pp. $58.50, isbn 0-8166-4602-3.)

Lawson, Andrew, Walt Whitman and the Class Struggle. (Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2006. xxvi, 157 pp. $29.95, isbn 0-87745-973-8.)

Lubet, Steven, Murder in Tombstone: The Forgotten Trial of Wyatt Earp. (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2004. x, 253 pp. Cloth, $30.00, isbn 0-300-10426-X. Paper, $16.00, isbn 0-300-11527-X.)

Makley, Michael J., The Infamous King of the Comstock: William Sharon and the Gilded Age of the West. (Reno: University of Nevada Press, 2006. xiv, 291 pp. $34.95, isbn 0-87417-630-1.)

McCarter, Robert, Frank Lloyd Wright. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2006. 224 pp. Paper, $16.95, isbn 1-86189-268-3.)

Medhurst, Martin J., ed., The Rhetorical Presidency of George H. W. Bush. (College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 2006. xii, 207 pp. $40.00, isbn 1-58544-471-5.)

Rose, Alexander, Washington’s Spies: The Story of America’s First Spy Ring. (New York: Bantam, 2006. 370 pp. $26.00, isbn 0-553-80421-9.)

Russell, David Lee, Oglethorpe and Colonial Georgia: A History, 1733–1783. (Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 2006. x, 220 pp. $45.00, isbn 0-7864-2233-5.)

 

Browne, George, An American Soldier in World War I, ed. David L. Snead. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2006. xiv, 199 pp. $29.95, isbn 0-8032-1351-4.)

Dinunzio, Mario R., ed., Woodrow Wilson: Essential Writings and Speeches of the Scholar-President. (New York: New York University Press, 2006. xvi, 429 pp. $39.00, isbn 0-8147-1984-8.)

Haynes, Dennis E., A Thrilling Narrative: The Memoir of a Southern Unionist, ed. Arthur W. Bergeron Jr. (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 2006. xxii, 170 pp. $29.95, isbn 1-55728-811-9.)

Kaminski, John P., ed., The Quotable Jefferson. (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2006. lxiv, 557 pp. $19.95, isbn 0-691-12267-9.)

Kollander, Patricia, with John O’Sullivan, “I Must Be Part of This War”: A German American’s Fight against Hitler and Nazism. (New York: Fordham University Press, 2005. xviii, 254 pp. $32.95, isbn 0-8232-2528-3.)

Lint, Gregg L., et al., eds., Papers of John Adams,vol. 13: May–October 1782. (Cambridge: Belknap, 2006. xxxvi, 607 pp. $85.00, isbn 0-674-01812-5.)

Litoff, Judy Barrett, An American Heroine in the French Resistance: The Diary and Memoir of Virginia D’Albert-Lake. (New York: Fordham University Press, 2006. xxxviii, 270 pp. $29.95, isbn 0-8232-2581-X.)

Newborg, Gerald G., ed., “Guardian of the Land: Arthur A. Link,” North Dakota History, 72 (nos. 1–2, 2005), 2–28, 37–46. Heavily illustrated.

Pollock, Alan J., Barnstorming to Heaven: Syd Pollock and His Great Black Teams, ed. James A. Riley. (Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2006. xii, 407 pp. $35.00, isbn 0-8173-1495-4.)

Schmidgall, Gary, ed., Conserving Walt Whitman’s Fame: Selections from Horace Traubel’s Conservator, 1890–1919. (Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2006. lviii, 418 pp. $59.95, isbn 0-87745-972-X.)

Silver, Horace, Let’s Get to the Nitty Gritty: The Autobiography of Horace Silver, ed. Phil Pastras. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2006. xviii, 264 pp. $29.95, isbn 0-520-24374-9.)

Vagelos, Roy, and Louis Galambos, The Moral Corporation: Merck Experiences. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006. x, 185 pp. Cloth, $60.00, isbn 0-521-86455-0. Paper, $18.95, isbn 0-521-68383-1.)

Vernon, Alex, Most Succinctly Bred. (Kent: Kent State University Press, 2006. xii, 100 pp. $16.95, isbn 0-87338-855-0.)


Business and Economics

Amberg, Stephen, “Varieties of Capitalist Development: Worker-Manager Relations in the Texas Apparel Industry, 1935–1975,” Social Science History, 30 (Summer 2006), 231–62.

Appleby, Joyce, “Money, Money, Money: The Seventeenth-Century Effort to Get an Intellectual Grasp on This Slippery Medium of Trade,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Baker, Jennifer J., “Paper Money Gets Personal: Reading Credit and Character in Early America,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Bakken, Dawn E., “A Young Hoosier’s Adventures on the Mississippi River,” Indiana Magazine of History, 102 (March 2006), 1–7.

Bakker, Gerben, “The Making of a Music Multinational: PolyGram’s International Businesses, 1945–1998,” Business History Review, 80 (Spring 2006), 81–123.

Barlow, Tani E., et al., “The Modern Girl around the World: A Research Agenda and Preliminary Findings,” Gender & History (Oxford), 17 (Aug. 2005), 245–94.

Bonfield, Lynn A., “Ho for California! Caledonia County Gold Miners,” Vermont History, 74 (Winter–Spring 2006), 5–47.

Chris, Cynthia, “Can You Repeat That? Patterns of Media Ownership and the Repurposing Trend,” Communication Review (Yverdon), 9 (Jan.–March 2006), 63–84.

Davis, Joseph H., “An Improved Annual Chronology of U.S. Business Cycles since the 1790s,” Journal of Economic History, 66 (March 2006), 103–21.

Deacon, Desley, “‘Films as foreign offices’: Transnationalism at Paramount in the Twenties and Early Thirties,” in Connected Worlds: History in Transnational Perspective, ed. Ann Curthoys and Marilyn Lake, 139–56. (Canberra: Australian National University, 2005. x, 278 pp. Paper, $25.00, isbn 1-920942-44-0.)

Desan, Christine, “Money Talks: Listening to the History of Value,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Doty, R. G., “When Money Was Different: A Look Backward,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Fear, Jeffrey, and Christopher Kobrak, “Diverging Paths: Accounting for Corporate Governance in America and Germany,” Business History Review, 80 (Spring 2006), 1–48.

Fearon, Peter, “Taxation, Spending, Budgets: Public Finance in Kansas during the Great Depression,” Kansas History, 28 (Winter 2005–2006), 230–43.

Field, Alexander J., “Technological Change and U.S. Productivity Growth in the Interwar Years,” Journal of Economic History, 66 (March 2006), 203–36.

Fishback, Price V., William C. Horrace, and Shawn Kantor, “The Impact of New Deal Expenditures on Mobility during the Great Depression,” Explorations in Economic History, 43 (April 2006), 179–222.

Glasmeier, Amy, and Lawrence Wood, “Policy Debates Analysis of U.S. Economic Development Administration Expenditure Patterns over 30 Years,” Rethinking History (London), 10 (March 2006), 1261–74.

Helleiner, Eric, “North American Monetary Union? A Mid-Nineteenth-Century Prelude,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Hillier, Amy, “Searching for Red Lines: Spatial Analysis of Lending Patterns in Philadelphia, 1940–1960,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Winter 2005), 25–47.

Irvin, Benjamin H., “Benjamin Franklin’s ‘Enriching Virtues’: Continental Currency and the Creation of a Revolutionary Republic,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Kanazawa, Mark, “Investment in Private Water Development: Property Rights and Contractual Opportunism during the California Gold Rush,” Explorations in Economic History, 43 (April 2006), 357–81.

Karmel, Jamie, “The Market Moment: Banking and Politics in Jeffersonian Pennsylvania, 1810–1815,” Pennsylvania History, 70 (Winter 2003), 55–80.

Knowles, A. K., “‘The white lands “damn them . . . won’t stick”’: Labor Scarcity and Spatial Discipline in the Antebellum Iron Industry,” Journal of Historical Geography (London), 32 (Jan. 2006), 57–73.

Krulikowski, Anne E., “‘Farms Don’t Pay’: The Transformation of the Philadelphia Metropolitan Landscape, 1880–1930,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Spring 2005), 193–227.

Levinson, Marc, “Container Shipping and the Decline of New York, 1955–1975,” Business History Review, 80 (Spring 2006), 49–80.

Levy, Jonathan Ira, “Contemplating Delivery: Futures Trading and the Problem of Commodity Exchange in the United States, 1875–1905,” American Historical Review, 111 (April 2006), 307–35.

Li, Minqi, and Adam Hanieh, “Secular Trends, Long Waves, and the Cost of the State: Evidence from the Long-Term Movement of the Profit Rate in the U.S. Economy,” Review: Fernand Braudel Center, 29 (no. 1, 2006), 87–114.

Lubetkin, M. John, “‘Twenty-Six Feet and No Bottom’: Surveying and Constructing the Northern Pacific Railroad,” Minnesota History, 60 (Spring 2006), 4–17.

Macias, Richard, “‘We All Had a Cause’: Kansas City’s Bomber Plant, 1941–1945,” Kansas History, 28 (Winter 2005–2006), 244–61. Heavily illustrated.

Marzagalli, Silvia, “Establishing Transatlantic Trade Networks in Time of War: Bordeaux and the United States, 1793–1815,” Business History Review, 79 (Winter 2005), 811–44.

Matthews, Jill Julius, “Modern Nomads and National Film History: The Multi-continental Career of J. D. Williams,” in Connected Worlds: History in Transnational Perspective, ed. Ann Curthoys and Marilyn Lake, 157–69. (Canberra: Australian National University, 2005. x, 278 pp. Paper, $25.00, isbn 1-920942-44-0.)

Mullins, William H., “Businessman or Rogue? C. C. Julian in the Oklahoma Oil Fields,” Chronicles of Oklahoma, 83 (Winter 2005–2006), 466–89.

Nitzan, Jonathan, and Shimshon Bichler, “New Imperialism or New Capitalism?,” Review: Fernand Braudel Center, 29 (no. 1, 2006), 1–86.

O’Malley, Michael, “Free Silver and the Constitution of Man: The Money Debate and Immigration at the Turn of the Century,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Perkins, Waldo C., “From Switzerland to the Colorado River: Life Sketch of the Entrepreneurial Daniel Bonelli, the Forgotten Pioneer,” Utah Historical Quarterly, 74 (Winter 2006), 4–23.

Peterson, Mark, “Big Money Comes to Boston: The Curious History of the Pine Tree Shilling,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Reynolds, Terry S., “‘Quite an Experiment’: A Mining Company’s Attempt to Promote Agriculture on Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, 1895–1915,” Agricultural History, 80 (Winter 2006), 64–98.

Roberts, Blain, “A New Cure for Brightleaf Tobacco: The Origins of the Tobacco Queen during the Great Depression,” Southern Cultures, 12 (Spring 2006), 30–52.

Salvucci, Linda K., “Atlantic Intersections: Early American Commerce and the Rise of the Spanish West Indies (Cuba),” Business History Review, 79 (Winter 2005), 781–809.

Sanders, Anthony B., “The ‘New Judicial Federalism’ before Its Time: A Comprehensive Review of Economic Substantive Due Process under State Constitutional Law since 1940 and the Reasons for Its Recent Decline,” American University Law Review, 55 (Dec. 2005), 457–540.

Sklansky, Jeffrey, “‘A Bank on Parnassus’: Nicholas Biddle and the Beauty of Banking,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Truxes, Thomas M., “Transnational Trade in the Wartime North Atlantic: The Voyage of the Snow Recovery,Business History Review, 79 (Winter 2005), 751–80.

Turner, Leland, “The Livestock Lobby: Murdo Mackenzie, Railroad Reform, Cattle Associations, and Progressive Legislation,” Panhandle-Plains Historical Review, 77 (2004), 14–34.

Valeri, Mark, “The Rise of Usury in Early New England: Commerce, Bills of Exchange, and the Morality of Money,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Wright, Robert E., “Currency Unions Past and Present: Units of Account, Constitutions, and Media of Exchange,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Zakim, Michael, “Bookkeeping as Ideology: Capitalist Knowledge in Nineteenth-Century America,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Zakim, Michael, “The Dialectics of Merchant Capital: New York City Businessmen and the Secession Crisis of 1860–61,” New York History, 87 (Winter 2006), 67–87.

 

Armstrong, Stephen R., II, “Persistent Optimism and Recurrent Skepticism: Herbert Spencer and the United States” (City University of New York, 2005). Order No. DA3187461.

Bowie, James I., “Innovation, Imitation, Legitimacy, and Deviance in the Design of Graphical Trademarks in the United States, 1884–2003” (University of Arizona, 2005). Order No. DA3179059.

Bush, Caleb Michael, “Land, Conflict, and the ‘net of incorporation’: Capitalism’s Uneven Expansion into the Navajo Indian Reservation, 1860–2000” (State University of New York, Binghamton, 2005). Order No. DA3179253.

Erickson, David James, “Community Capitalism: How Housing Advocates, the Private Business Sector, and Government Forged New Low-Income Housing Policy, 1964–1996” (University of California, Berkeley, 2005). Order No. DA3187029.

Helmer, Joel William, “Float Trips, Dams, and Tailwater Trout: An Environmental History of the White River of Northern Arkansas, 1870–2004” (Oklahoma State University, 2005). Order No. DA3181657.

Huiying, Wang, “Kennidi dangzhengshiqi Meiguode duiwai jingji yuanzhu zhengce” (U.S. foreign economic aid policy in the Kennedy administration) (Nankai University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Jianhong, Wang, “Meiguo fantuolasi wenti yanjiu” (Anti-trust issues in the United States) (Nankai University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Junfang, Song, “Zhongei guanxide zhengzhi jingjixue yanjiu” (Research into the political economy of Sino–United States relations) (Fudan University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Qingshi, Zhao, “20shiji 70niandai shiyouweiji yu Meiguo shiyou anquan tixi” (The petroleum crisis and the American petroleum security system in the 1970s: Construction, proceedings, and reform) (Fudan University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Tao, Li, “Meiguode cishan jijinhui yu Meiguo zhengzhi” (American charitable foundations and politics in the United States) (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Wanli, Yu, “Meiguo kuaguogongsi yu 90niandaide Zhongmeiguanxi” (Multi-national corporations in the United States and Sino–United States relations in the 1990s) (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Yi, Shi, “Cong Jiazhangzhi dao ziyoufangren” (From the patriarchal system to laissez-faire) (Central University for Nationalities, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Yue, Lu, “Andelu, kaneiji yanjiu” (On Andrew Carnegie) (East China Normal University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Yuejun, Jing, “Zhanhou Meiguo chanyejiegou yanbian yanjiu” (On industrial structural development in the United States after World War II) (Jinlin University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

 

Anastaksi, Dimitry, Auto Pact: Creating a Borderless North American Auto Industry, 1960–1971. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2005. xiv, 285 pp. Cloth, $55.00, isbn 0-8020-3903-0. Paper, $29.95, isbn 0-8020-3821-2.)

Brison, Jeffrey D., Rockefeller, Carnegie, and Canada: American Philanthropy and the Arts and Letters in Canada. (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2005. xiv, 281 pp. $75.00, isbn 0-7735-2868-7.)

Lubetkin, M. John, Jay Cooke’s Gamble: The Northern Pacific Railroad, the Sioux, and the Panic of 1873. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2006. xviii, 380 pp. $29.95, isbn 0-8061-3740-1.)

MacGillivray, Alex, A Brief History of Globalization: The Untold Story of Our Incredible Shrinking Planet. (New York: Carroll & Graf, 2006. xiv, 338 pp. Paper, $13.95, isbn 0-7867-1710-6.)

Ninnemann, John L., and Duane A. Smith, San Juan Bonanza: Western Colorado’s Mining Legacy. (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2006. xvi, 85 pp. $24.95, isbn 0-8263-3578-0.) Heavily illustrated.

Perez, Karni R., Fishing for Gold: The Story of Alabama’s Catfish Industry. (Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2006. xvi, 263 pp. Paper, $22.95, isbn 0-8173-5344-5.)

Ware, Alan, The Democratic Party Heads North, 1877–1962. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006. xviii, 281 pp. Cloth, $70.00, isbn 0-521-85827-5. Paper, $24.99, isbn 0-521-67500-6.)

Wilkinson, Rupert, Aiding Students, Buying Students: Financial Aid in America. (Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press, 2005. xiv, 346 pp. $39.95, isbn 0-8265-1502-9.)

Wright, Robert E., and David J. Cowen, Financial Founding Fathers: The Men Who Made America Rich. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2006. 240 pp. $25.00, isbn 0-226-91068-7.)

 

Jaquess, Asbury C., “‘The Journals of the Davy Crockett commencing December 20th, 1834,’” Indiana Magazine of History, 102 (March 2006), 8–24.


Children and Childhood

Peterson, Sarah Jo, “Voting for Play: The Democratic Potential of Progressive Era Playgrounds,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 3 (April 2004), 145–75.

Speakman, Joseph M., “The Inspector and His Critics: Child Labor Reform in Pennsylvania,” Pennsylvania History, 69 (Spring 2002), 266–86.

 

Damrow, Christine B., “‘Every child in a garden’: Radishes, Avocado Pits, and the Education of American Children in the Twentieth Century” (University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2005). Order No. DA3186174.

Hirst, Ynez Wilson, “The Effects of Race, Gender, and Family Background on Children’s Educational Attainment: Contemporary Patterns and Historical Change” (University of Southern California, 2005). Order No. DA3180333.

Ringel, Paul, “Conceiving Childhood: Juvenile Magazines and the Acculturation of American Children, 1823–1918” (Brandeis University, 2005). Order No. DA3180566.

Singer, Amy Elisabeth, “Under the Radar: The Subversive Work of American Children’s Books, 1930–1980” (University of Washington, 2005). Order No. DA3178109.

Watson, Samuel E., “Childhood’s End: Representing American Youth, c. 1940–1970” (University of Kansas, 2005). Order No. DA3185242.

 

Hamilton, Virginia Van der Veer, ed., “‘Almost Like a Storybook’: A Childhood in Frankfort, Kentucky, 1901–1911,” Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, 103 (Spring 2005), 465–91. Heavily illustrated.


Civil War and Reconstruction

Crow, Amy, “‘In Memory of the Confederate Dead’: Masculinity and the Politics of Memorial Work in Goldsboro, North Carolina, 1894–1895,” North Carolina Historical Review, 83 (Jan. 2006), 31–60.

Fadely, James Philip, “The Veteran and the Memorial: George J. Langsdale and the Soldiers and Sailors Monument,” Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History, 18 (Winter 2006), 26–35. Heavily illustrated.

Fowler, John D., “‘The finishing stroke to the independence of the Southern Confederacy’: Perceptions of Hood’s Tennessee Campaign,” Tennessee Historical Quarterly, 64 (Fall 2005), 216–35.

Futrell, Roger H., “Benjamin F. Lofland, Horatio T. Lofland Jr., and John B. Williams: Loyalists in Confederate Territory,” Kentucky Ancestors, 40 (Summer 2005), 174–80.

Giesberg, Judith Ann, “From Harvest Field to Battlefield: Rural Pennsylvania Women and the U.S. Civil War,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Spring 2005), 159–91.

Gleason, Bruce P., “U.S. Mounted Bands and Cavalry Field Musicians in the Union Army during the Civil War—Background, Duties, and Training,” Journal of Historical Research in Music Education, 27 (April 2006), 102–19.

Hwang, Haesung, “Nambukjeonjaenggi Lincoln Daetongryong eui Leadership: ‘Bulgul eui Jeonsa’” (Lincoln’s leadership during the Civil War: A “tough warrior”), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 17 (May 2003), 27–48. In Korean.

Johansson, M. Jane, “Gibson’s Louisiana Brigade during the 1864 Tennessee Campaign,” Tennessee Historical Quarterly, 64 (Fall 2005), 186–95.

McRae, James S., “David G. Cooke Joins the United States Colored Troops,” Tennessee Historical Quarterly, 64 (Fall 2005), 179–85.

Nash, Steven E., “Aiding the Southern Mountain Republicans: The Freedmen’s Bureau in Buncombe County,” North Carolina Historical Review, 83 (Jan. 2006), 1–30.

Ramage, James A., “Recent Historiography of Guerrilla Warfare in the Civil War—A Review Essay,” Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, 103 (Spring 2005), 517–41.

Reid, Brian Holden, “‘A Signpost That Was Missed’? Reconsidering British Lessons from the American Civil War,” Journal of Military History, 70 (April 2006), 385–414.

Rhodes, Sonny, “Opposite Extremes: How Two Editors Portrayed a Civil War Atrocity,” American Journalism, 22 (Fall 2005), 27–45.

Sandow, Robert M., “The Limits of Northern Patriotism: Early Civil War Mobilization in Pennsylvania,” Pennsylvania History, 70 (Spring 2003), 175–203.

Severance, Ben H., “Tennessee’s ‘Fighting Joe’: The Civil War Experience of General Joseph A. Cooper,” Tennessee Historical Quarterly, 64 (Fall 2005), 196–215.

Smith, Timothy B., “Civil War Battlefield Preservation in Tennessee: A Nashville National Military Park Case Study,” Tennessee Historical Quarterly, 64 (Fall 2005), 236–47.

Yang, Jae Yul, “Kansas-Nebrask Beopan gwa Jiyeokjueui” (The Kansas-Nebraska Act and sectionalism), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 22 (Nov. 2005), 1–28. In Korean.

 

Fenton, Sarah Kathleen, “Rebel Angels: American Literature across the Civil War” (Northwestern University, 2005). Order No. DA3177718.

Gannon, Barbara A., “The Won Cause: Black and White Comradeship in the Grand Army of the Republic” (Pennsylvania State University, 2005). Order No. DA3187505.

Hopkins, Rosemary, “‘Tried in the furnace of affliction’: Political and Social Activism among Civil War Era St. Louis Women” (Saint Louis University, 2005). Order No. DA3185067.

Smith, Michael T., “The Enemy Within: Corruption and Political Culture in the Civil War North” (Pennsylvania State University, 2005). Order No. DA3187563.

Trail, Susan W., “Remembering Antietam: Commemoration and Preservation of a Civil War Battlefield” (University of Maryland, College Park, 2005). Order No. DA3178554.

Van Nostrand, Jill, “Minstrelsy in Post–Civil War New York, 1865–1870” (City University of New York, 2005). Order No. DA3187433.

Xufeng, Huang, “Meiguo nanfang zhuanxing shiqi shehui shenghuo yanjiu” (On social life in the U.S. South in the transitional period, 1877–1920s) (East China Normal University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

 

Bailey, Anne J., Invisible Southerners: Ethnicity in the Civil War. (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2006. xvi, 95 pp. $24.95, isbn 0-8203-2757-3.)

Gallagher, Gary W., ed., The Shenandoah Valley Campaign of 1864. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2006. xxii, 392 pp. $45.00, isbn 0-8078-3005-4.) Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.

Griffin, John Chandler, Abraham Lincoln’s Execution. (Gretna: Pelican, 2006. 464 pp. $29.95, isbn 1-58980-395-7.)

Hall, Harry H., A Johnny Reb from Salem: The Pride of Tarheelia. (Raleigh: North Carolina Office of Archives and History, 2006. xxii, 288 pp. Paper, $26.00, isbn 0-86526-320-5.)

Hall, James R., Den of Misery: Indiana’s Civil War Prison. (Gretna: Pelican, 2006. 159 pp. $25.00, isbn 1-58980-351-0.)

Smith, Timothy B., The Untold Story of Shiloh: The Battle and the Battlefield. (Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2006. xxii, 206 pp. $34.00, isbn 1-57233-466-5.)

Van Tassel, David D., with John Vacha, “Behind Bayonets”: The Civil War in Northern Ohio. (Kent: Kent State University Press, 2006. x, 125 pp. $35.00, isbn 0-87338-850-X.) Heavily illustrated.

Whitlock, Flint, Distant Bugles, Distant Drums: The Union Response to the Confederate Invasion of New Mexico. (Boulder: University Press of Colorado, 2006. xxii, 293 pp. $29.95, isbn 0-87081-835-X.)

 

Haynes, Dennis E., A Thrilling Narrative: The Memoir of a Southern Unionist, ed. Arthur W. Bergeron Jr. (Fayetteville: University of Arkansas Press, 2006. xxii, 170 pp. $29.95, isbn 1-55728-811-9.)

Messent, Peter, and Steve Courtney, eds., The Civil War Letters of Joseph Hopkins Twichell: A Chaplain’s Story. (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2006. xvi, 333 pp. $34.95, isbn 0-8203-2693-3.)


Colonial

Appleby, Joyce, “Money, Money, Money: The Seventeenth-Century Effort to Get an Intellectual Grasp on This Slippery Medium of Trade,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Blosser, Jacob M., “Constructing Modernity: Historical Imagery and Religious Identity in Charleston’s Great Awakening,” South Carolina Historical Magazine, 106 (Oct. 2005), 212–34.

Cox, Richard J., “Public Memory Meets Archival Memory: The Interpretation of Williamsburg’s Secretary’s Office,” American Archivist, 68 (Fall–Winter 2005), 279–96.

Haefeli, Evan, “The Revolt of the Long Swede: Transatlantic Hopes and Fears on the Delaware, 1669,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 130 (April 2006), 137–80.

Hardwick, Kevin R., “Narratives of Villainy and Virtue: Governor Francis Nicholson and the Character of the Good Ruler in Early Virginia,” Journal of Southern History, 72 (Feb. 2006), 39–74.

Latner, Richard, “‘Here Are No Newters’: Witchcraft and Religious Discord in Salem Village and Andover,” New England Quarterly, 79 (March 2006), 92–122.

Lee, Young Hyo, “Virginia Nongjangju eui llsangsaengwhal: William Byrd II eui Sameul Jungsimeuro” (The daily life of Virginia planters, as revealed in the life of William Byrd II), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 21 (May 2005), 1–34. In Korean.

Mayer, Holly A., “From Forts to Families: Following the Army into Western Pennsylvania,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 130 (Jan. 2006), 5–43.

McDonnell, Michael A., “Paths Not Yet Taken, Voices Not Yet Heard: Rethinking Atlantic History,” in Connected Worlds: History in Transnational Perspective, ed. Ann Curthoys and Marilyn Lake, 45–61. (Canberra: Australian National University, 2005. x, 278 pp. Paper, $25.00, isbn 1-920942-44-0.)

Perreault, Melanie, “‘To Fear and to Love Us’: Intercultural Violence in the English Atlantic,” Journal of World History, 17 (March 2006), 71–93.

Peterson, Mark, “Big Money Comes to Boston: The Curious History of the Pine Tree Shilling,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Salvucci, Linda K., “Atlantic Intersections: Early American Commerce and the Rise of the Spanish West Indies (Cuba),” Business History Review, 79 (Winter 2005), 781–809.

Sweet, Julie Anne, “‘The Excellency and Advantage of Doing Good’: Thoughts on the Anniversary Sermons Preached before the Trustees of Georgia, 1731–1750,” Georgia Historical Quarterly, 90 (Spring 2006), 1–34.

Thompson, Peter, “The Thief, the Householder, and the Commons: Languages of Class in Seventeenth-Century Virginia,” William and Mary Quarterly, 63 (April 2006), 253–80.

Truxes, Thomas M., “Transnational Trade in the Wartime North Atlantic: The Voyage of the Snow Recovery,Business History Review, 79 (Winter 2005), 751–80.

Valeri, Mark, “The Rise of Usury in Early New England: Commerce, Bills of Exchange, and the Morality of Money,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Wright, Robert E., “Currency Unions Past and Present: Units of Account, Constitutions, and Media of Exchange,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

 

Alessi, Joseph P., “Settling America: Indians, Euroamericans, and the Establishment of Frontier Towns, 1600–1830” (Saint Louis University, 2005). Order No. DA3185040.

Boulware, Tyler W., “‘Rim of the gap’: Negotiating Identity on the Southern Colonial Frontier” (University of South Carolina, 2005). Order No. DA3181932.

Runyon, Shane Alan, “Border and Rumors: The Georgia Frontier in the Atlantic World” (University of Florida, 2005). Order No. DA3178032.

Stanwood, Owen Charles, “Creating the Common Enemy: Catholics, Indians, and the Politics of Fear in Imperial North America, 1678–1700” (Northwestern University, 2005). Order No. DA3177813.

 

Castillo, Susan, Colonial Encounters in New World Writing, 1500–1786: Performing America. (London: Routledge, 2006. xii, 276 pp. Cloth, $97.00, isbn 0-415-31606-5. Paper, $33.95, isbn 0-415-31607-3.)

Conforti, Joseph A., Saints and Strangers: New England in British North America. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006. xii, 236 pp. Cloth, $55.00, isbn 0-8018-8253-2. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-8018-8254-0.)

Harpster, Jack, John Odgen, The Pilgrim (1609–1682): A Man of More Than Ordinary Mark. (Cranbury: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 2006. 244 pp. $52.50, isbn 0-8386-4104-0.)

Polk, William R., The Birth of America: From Before Columbus to the Revolution. (New York: HarperCollins, 2006. xxiv, 392 pp. $25.95, isbn 0-06-075090-1.)

Russell, David Lee, Oglethorpe and Colonial Georgia: A History, 1733–1783. (Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 2006. x, 220 pp. $45.00, isbn 0-7864-2233-5.)

Vickers, Daniel, ed., A Companion to Colonial America. (Malden: Blackwell, 2006. xiv, 562 pp. Paper, $39.95, isbn 1-4051-4985-X.) Originally published in 2003.

 

Waddell, Louis M., ed., “Thomas and Richard Penn Return Albany Purchase Land to the Six Nations: The Power of Attorney of November 7, 1757,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Spring 2005), 229–40.


Crime and Violence

Bamberg, Cherry Fletcher, “Peleg Gifford’s Tale,” Rhode Island History, 63 (Fall 2005), 51–68.

Blanco-Rivera, Joel A., “The Forbidden Files: Creation and Use of Surveillance Files against the Independence Movement in Puerto Rico,” American Archivist, 68 (Fall–Winter 2005), 297–311.

Blatz, Perry, “Reflections on Lattimer: A Complex and Significant Event,” Pennsylvania History, 69 (Winter 2002), 42–51.

Blessing, Tim H., “The Lewistown Riots, 1791–1793: A Micro-analytic Approach,” Pennsylvania History, 71 (Summer 2004), 285–321.

Blocker, Jack S., Jr., “Race, Sex, and Riot: The Springfield, Ohio, Race Riots of 1904 and 1906 and the Sources of Anti-Black Violence in the Lower Midwest,” Ohio Valley History, 6 (Spring 2006), 27–44.

Burchfield, Christopher, “The Sweet, Sad Song of Yellow Bird: California’s Confederate Cherokee,” California Territorial Quarterly (no. 64, Winter 2005), 4–15.

Craig, John M., “‘There Is Hell Going On Up There’: The Carnegie Klan Riot of 1923,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Summer 2005), 322–46.

Dale, Elizabeth, “Getting Away with Murder,” American Historical Review, 111 (Feb. 2006), 95–103.

Downey, Dennis B., et al., “Racial Lynching, History, and the Filmmaker’s Craft: A Roundtable Discussion of Stephen Labovsky’s In the Dead Fire’s Ashes—The Lynching a Town Forgot,Pennsylvania History, 72 (Summer 2005), 269–321. Roundtable.

Dubofsky, Melvin, “The Lattimer Massacre and the Meaning of Citizenship,” Pennsylvania History, 69 (Winter 2002), 52–57.

Fine, Gary Alan, “The Chaining of Social Problems: Solutions and Unintended Consequences in the Age of Betrayal,” Social Problems, 53 (Feb. 2006), 3–17.

Grem, Darren E., “Sam Jones, Sam Hose, and the Theology of Racial Violence,” Georgia Historical Quarterly, 90 (Spring 2006), 35–61.

Jach, Theresa R., “Reform versus Reality in the Progressive Era Texas Prison,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (Jan. 2005), 53–67.

Karamanski, Theodore J., “The Legend of Scarface,” Chicago History, 34 (Spring 2006), 4–19. Heavily illustrated.

Latner, Richard, “‘Here Are No Newters’: Witchcraft and Religious Discord in Salem Village and Andover,” New England Quarterly, 79 (March 2006), 92–122.

Lee, Ju Cheon, “Alger Hiss Gancheopsageon ei daehan Yeongusajeok Geomto: Jeontongjueuijaeeui Ipjangaeseo” (Historiographical review of the Alger Hiss espionage case: A traditionalist point of view), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 22 (Nov. 2005), 119–56. In Korean.

Lugosi, Charles I., “When Abortion Was a Crime: A Historical Perspective,” University of Detroit Mercy Law Review, 83 (Winter 2006), 51–69.

Miller, Douglas K., “The Quest to Become Chief of Police: The Illustrious Career of George Augustus Sheets,” Utah Historical Quarterly, 74 (Winter 2006), 24–46.

Monkkonen, Eric, “Homicide: Explaining America’s Exceptionalism,” American Historical Review, 111 (Feb. 2006), 76–94.

Morris, Charles E., III, “Passing by Proxy: Collusive and Convulsive Silence in the Trial of Leopold and Loeb,” Quarterly Journal of Speech, 91 (Aug. 2005), 264–90.

Palmer, Bryan D., “csi Labor History: Haymarket and the Forensics of Forgetting,” Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas, 3 (Spring 2006), 25–36.

Peterson, Carla L., “African Americans and the New York Draft Riots: Memory and Reconciliation in America’s Civil War,” Nanzan Review of American Studies (Nagoya), 27 (2005), 1–14.

Rauchway, Eric, “William McKinley and Us,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (July 2005), 235–53.

Razlogova, Elena, “True Crime Radio and Listener Disenchantment with Network Broadcasting, 1935–1946,” American Quarterly, 58 (March 2006), 137–53.

Sandberg, Brian, “Beyond Encounters: Religion, Ethnicity, and Violence in the Early Modern Atlantic World, 1492–1700,” Journal of World History, 17 (March 2006), 1–25.

Spierenburg, Pieter, “Democracy Came Too Early: A Tentative Explanation for the Problem of American Homicide,” American Historical Review, 111 (Feb. 2006), 104–14.

Strange, Carolyn, “The ‘Shock’ of Torture: A Historiographical Challenge,” History Workshop Journal (Oxford), 61 (Spring 2006), 135–52.

Sullivan, William F., Jr., “Battle for the Brass City: The Waterbury Strike of 1919,” Connecticut History, 45 (Spring 2006), 94–113.

 

Atkins, Deborah Jean, “An Ethnographic Inquiry into the History of Lesbian Domestic Violence” (University of Texas, Arlington, 2005). Order No. DA3179113.

Janssen, Volker, “Convict Labor, Civic Welfare: Rehabilitation in California’s Prisons, 1941–1971” (University of California, San Diego, 2005). Order No. DA3179290.

Jones, James Thomas, III, “Creating Revolution As We Advance: The Revolutionary Years of the Black Panther Party for Self-Defense and Those Who Destroyed It” (Ohio State University, 2005). Order No. DA3177143.

Walker, Darin Ray, “American Militias” (University of Southern Mississippi, 2005). Order No. DA3180164.

Zorea, Aharon W., “Plurality and Law: The Rise of Law Enforcement in Organized Crime Control” (Saint Louis University, 2005). Order No. DA3185110.

 

Borders, Gary B., A Hanging in Nacogdoches: Murder, Race, Politics, and Polemics in Texas’s Oldest Town, 1870–1916. (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2006. xiv, 209 pp. Cloth, $50.00, isbn 0-292-70252-3. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-292-71299-5.)

Johnson, David, The Mason County “Hoo Doo” War, 1874–1902. (Denton: University of North Texas Press, 2006. xiv, 332 pp. $27.95, isbn 1-57441-204-3.)

Long, Carolyn N., Mapp v. Ohio: Guarding against Unreasonable Searches and Seizures. (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2006. xii, 228 pp. Cloth, $35.00, isbn 0-7006-1440-0. Paper, $15.95, isbn 0-7006-1441-9.)

Lubet, Steven, Murder in Tombstone: The Forgotten Trial of Wyatt Earp. (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2004. x, 253 pp. Cloth, $30.00, isbn 0-300-10426-X. Paper, $16.00, isbn 0-300-11527-X.)

Schwartz, David G., Cutting the Wire: Gambling Prohibition and the Internet. (Reno: University of Nevada Press, 2005. xiv, 282 pp. Cloth, $49.95, isbn 0-87417-619-0. Paper, $24.95, isbn 0-87417-620-4.)


Demography

Fitch, Catherine Andrea, “Transition to Marriage in the United States, 1850–2000” (University of Minnesota, 2005). Order No. DA3179986.

 

Hillygus, D. Sunshine, et al., The Hard Count: The Political and Social Challenges of Census Mobilization. (New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2006. xii, 156 pp. $27.50, isbn 0-87154-363-X.)



Environment and Natural Resources

Alley, Bill, “Crashing Timbers, Ice Floods, and Movie Stars: Universal Studios Comes to Klamath Falls,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 96 (Fall 2005), 181–86. Heavily illustrated.

Crum, Steven, “Native Americans, the Lehman Caves, and Great Basin National Park,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly, 48 (Fall 2005), 347–68.

Falck, Zachary, and Marijke Hecht, “The Sewering and Salvaging of Nine Mile Run,” Western Pennsylvania History, 89 (Spring 2006), 40–50.

Graves, Gregory R., “The Rhetoric of Opposition: Anticonservation and the Early Forest Reserves,” Journal of the West, 44 (Fall 2005), 11–17. Heavily illustrated.

Hawkins, Rusty, “John C. Williams and West Texas Reclamation,” Panhandle-Plains Historical Review, 77 (2004), 33–46.

Kinchy, Abby, “On the Borders of Post-war Ecology: Struggles over the Ecological Society of America’s Preservation Committee, 1917–1946,” Science as Culture (London), 15 (March 2006), 23–44.

Louter, David B., “Wilderness on Display: Shifting Ideals of Cars and National Parks,” Journal of the West, 44 (Fall 2005), 29–38. Heavily illustrated.

McLeman, Robert, “Migration Out of 1930s Rural Eastern Oklahoma: Insights for Climate Change Research,” Great Plains Quarterly, 26 (Winter 2006), 27–40.

McQuaid, Kim, “Selling the Space Age: nasa and Earth’s Environment, 1958–1990,” Environment and History (Cambridge), 12 (May 2006), 127–63.

Mighetto, Lisa, “The Strange Fate of the Black River: How Urban Engineering Shaped Lake Washington and the Duwamish River Watershed,” Journal of the West, 44 (Fall 2005), 47–57. Heavily illustrated.

Mosley, Stephen, “Common Ground: Integrating Social And Environmental History,” Journal of Social History, 39 (Spring 2006), 915–33.

Norris, Frank, “A Room with a View: Controversies over Hotel Development in Mount McKinley National Park, 1927–1970,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 96 (Fall 2005), 171–80. Heavily illustrated.

Park, Jinbin, “Jeongwondosi wha Dosigaehwoik eui Migukgeok Jeongae” (The Garden City movement and city planning in the United States), Soyangsaron/Korean Journal of Western History (Seoul), 84 (March 2005), 143–68. In Korean.

Sowards, Adam M., “William O. Douglas’s Wilderness Politics: Public Protest and Committees of Correspondence in the Pacific Northwest,” Western Historical Quarterly, 37 (Spring 2006), 21–42.

Sowards, Adam, “Modern Ahabs in Texas: William O. Douglas and Lone Star Conservation,” Journal of the West, 44 (Fall 2005), 39–46. Heavily illustrated.

Tilley, David Rogers, “National Metabolism and Communications Technology Development in the United States, 1790–2000,” Environment and History (Cambridge), 12 (May 2006), 165–90.

Winchester, Juti A., “‘So Glad God Let Me Be an Outdoor Woman’: The Conservationist Writings of Sharlot Mabridth Hall,” Journal of the West, 44 (Fall 2005), 18–25. Heavily illustrated.

Young, T., “False, Cheap, and Degraded: When History, Economy, and Environment Collided at Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park,” Journal of Historical Geography (London), 32 (Jan. 2006), 169–89.

 

Ackerman, Joy Whiteley, “Walden: A Sacred Geography” (Antioch New England Graduate School, 2005). Order No. DA3181625.

Gruber, Laura Katherine, “Unstable Geographies: Context, Representation, and Ideology in American Western Writing, 1885–1927” (Washington State University, 2005). Order No. DA3184142.

Helmer, Joel William, “Float Trips, Dams, and Tailwater Trout: An Environmental History of the White River of Northern Arkansas, 1870–2004” (Oklahoma State University, 2005). Order No. DA3181657.

Krahe, Diane L., “Last Refuge: The Uneasy Embrace of Indian Lands by the National Wilderness Movement, 1937–1965” (Washington State University, 2005). Order No. DA3184149.

Lifset, Robert Douglas, “Storm King Mountain and the Emergence of Modern American Environmentalism, 1962–1980” (Columbia University, 2005). Order No. DA3182964.

McFarland, Sarah Elizabeth, “Engendering the Wild: The Construction of Animals in Twentieth Century Nature Writing” (University of Oregon, 2005). Order No. DA3181112.

Smalley, Andrea L., “‘The liberty of killing a deer’: Histories of Wildlife Use and Political Ecology in Early America” (Northern Illinois University, 2005). Order No. DA3185449.

Waldner, Leora Susan, “Regional Plans, Local Fates? The Influence of the 1976 and 1985 Atlanta Regional Development Plans on Local Government Policy” (University of California, Berkeley, 2003). Order No. DA3183872.

 

Black, Brian, Nature and the Environment in Nineteenth-Century American Life. (Westport: Greenwood, 2006. xvi, 239 pp. $49.95, isbn 0-313-33201-1.) Heavily illustrated.

Evans, Sterling, ed., The Borderlands of the American and Canadian Wests: Essays on Regional History of the Forty-ninth Parallel. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2006. xxxvi, 386 pp. $49.95, isbn 0-8032-1826-5.) Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.

Hall, Marcus, Earth Repair: A Transatlantic History of Environmental Restoration. (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2005. xviii, 310 pp. $35.00, isbn 0-8139-2341-7.)

Kaufman, Polly Welts, National Parks and the Woman’s Voice: A History. (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2006. xxxviii, 312 pp. Paper, $22.95, isbn 0-8263-3994-8.) Updated edition.

Layman, William D., River of Memory: The Everlasting Columbia. (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2006. xvi, 150 pp. Cloth, $40.00, isbn 0-295-98591-7. Paper, $24.95, isbn 0-295-98592-5.) Heavily illustrated.

Zebrowski, Ernest, and Judith A. Howard, Category 5: The Story of Camille — Lessons Unlearned from America’s Most Violent Hurricane. (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2005. xii, 276 pp. $27.95, isbn 0-472-11525-1.)

 

Melzer, Richard, “Leonard W. ‘Si’ Porter’s Memories of Life in the Civilian Conservation Corps Camps of Southern New Mexico, 1936–1939,” New Mexico Historical Review, 80 (Fall 2005), 417–36.


Ethnicity

Blanco-Rivera, Joel A., “The Forbidden Files: Creation and Use of Surveillance Files against the Independence Movement in Puerto Rico,” American Archivist, 68 (Fall–Winter 2005), 297–311.

Buczek, Daniel, “Equality of Right: Polish American Bishops in the American Hierarchy,” Polish American Studies, 62 (Spring 2005), 5–28.

Erdmans, Mary Patrice, “The Poles, the Dutch, and the Grand Rapids Furniture Strike of 1911,” Polish American Studies, 62 (Autumn 2005), 5–22.

Kim, Youn-Jin, “Miguk You daein eui Injongjeok Odyssey: Baekin, ‘Baekin Taja,’ Geurigo Caucasian” (The racial odyssey of Jews in America: White, “White and other,” and Caucasian), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 21 (May 2005), 175–204. In Korean.

Kim, Youn-Jin, “Migukeui Imingwa Sosuminjok Yeongu: Yeoksahak gwa Sahoehakeui Mannam” (Immigration and ethnic studies in America: History and sociology), Sahakji/Korean Journal of History (Seoul), 37 (2005), 437–59. In Korean.

Mazurkewicz, Anna, “American Attitudes on Two Attempts to Establish Democracy in Poland, 1947 and 1989,” Polish American Studies, 62 (Spring 2005), 67–96.

Moss, Richard, “Jewish Farmers, Ethnic Identity, and Institutional Americanization in Turn-of-the-Century Connecticut,” Connecticut History, 45 (Spring 2006), 31–55.

Sandberg, Brian, “Beyond Encounters: Religion, Ethnicity, and Violence in the Early Modern Atlantic World, 1492–1700,” Journal of World History, 17 (March 2006), 1–25.

Soper, Kerry, “Performing ‘Jiggs’: Irish Caricature and Comedic Ambivalence toward Assimilation and the American Dream in George McManus’s Bringing Up Father,Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (April 2005), 173–213.

Stolarik, M. Mark, “A Slovak Perspective on the Lattimer Massacre,” Pennsylvania History, 69 (Winter 2002), 31–41.

Turner, George A., “The Lattimer Massacre: A Perspective from the Ethnic Community,” Pennsylvania History, 69 (Winter 2002), 11–30.

Versteegh, Pien, “Glück Auf: The Polish Labor Movement in the United States and Germany, 1890–1914,” Polish American Studies, 62 (Spring 2005), 53–66.

Walaszek, Adam, “Tomasz Siemiradzki: An Intellectual in Ethnic Politics,” Polish American Studies, 62 (Autumn 2005), 47–73.

 

Amato, Jean M., “The Representation of Ancestral Home and Homeland in Chinese American Fiction (1960s–1990s)” (University of Oregon, 2005). Order No. DA3181080.

Lee, Julia Hyoun Joo, “Almost American: Cross-Racial Representations in African American and Asian American Literatures, 1896–1937” (University of California, Los Angeles, 2005). Order No. DA3181734.

 

Bailey, Anne J., Invisible Southerners: Ethnicity in the Civil War. (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2006. xvi, 95 pp. $24.95, isbn 0-8203-2757-3.)

Chung, Sue Fawn, and Priscilla Wegars, eds., Chinese American Death Rituals: Respecting the Ancestors. (Walnut Creek: AltaMira, 2005. x, 307 pp. Cloth, $80.00, isbn 0-7591-0733-5. Paper, $34.95, isbn 0-7591-0734-3.)

Gardaphé, Fred L., From Wiseguys to Wise Men: The Gangster and Italian American Masculinities. (New York: Routledge, 2006. xx, 244 pp. Cloth, $85.00, isbn 0-415-94647-6. Paper, $22.95, isbn 0-415-94648-4.)

Giffin, William W., The Irish. (Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society, 2006. x, 127 pp. Paper, $13.95, isbn 0-87195-193-2.)

Perlmann, Joel, Italians Then, Mexicans Now: Immigrant Origins and Second-Generation Progress, 1890 to 2000. (New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2005. xii, 189 pp. $27.50, isbn 0-87154-662-0.)

Rivera, John-Michael, The Emergence of Mexican America: Recovering Stories of Mexican Peoplehood in U.S. Culture. (New York: New York University Press, 2006. x, 211 pp. Cloth, $65.00, isbn 0-8147-7557-8. Paper, $20.00, isbn 0-8147-7558-6.)

Strohschänk, Johannes, and William G. Thiel, The Wisconsin Office of Emigration, 1852–1855, and Its Impact on German Immigration to the State. (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2005. 155 pp. Paper, $15.95, isbn 0-924119-22-5.)

 

Aym, Zighen, Still Moments: A Story about Faded Dreams and Forbidden Pictures. (Mossville, IL: zawp, 2005. xvi, 65 pp. Paper, $10.95, isbn 0-9765998-0-5.)

Yung, Judy, Gordon H. Chang, and Him Mark Lai, eds., Chinese American Voices: From the Gold Rush to the Present. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2006. xxii, 462 pp. Cloth, $60.00, isbn 0-520-24309-9. Paper, $24.95, isbn 0-520-24310-2.)


Family

Ravenholt, Betty Butler, “From Carolina to Kentucky: Andrew Colley—Farmer, Fighter, Pioneer, Part Two,” Kentucky Ancestors, 40 (Summer 2005), 181–90.

Ridner, Judith, “‘What an Addition to My Happiness Has My Wife and Children Been to Me’? Three Eighteenth-Century Pennsylvania Husbands ‘Talk’ to and about Their Wives,” Pennsylvania History, 70 (Autumn 2003), 305–30.

 

Fitch, Catherine Andrea, “Transition to Marriage in the United States, 1850–2000” (University of Minnesota, 2005). Order No. DA3179986.

Hirst, Ynez Wilson, “The Effects of Race, Gender, and Family Background on Children’s Educational Attainment: Contemporary Patterns and Historical Change” (University of Southern California, 2005). Order No. DA3180333.

Ringel, Paul, “Conceiving Childhood: Juvenile Magazines and the Acculturation of American Children, 1823–1918” (Brandeis University, 2005). Order No. DA3180566.

Thomas, Kathleen Marie Way, “‘Their habits were startling’: The Perceptions, Strategies, and Erasing of a Mixed-Heritage Family in the Old Northwest” (University of Minnesota, 2005). Order No. DA3184976.

Yamin, Priscilla, “Nuptial Nation: Marriage and the Politics of Civil Membership in the United States” (New School University, 2005). Order No. DA3184400.

 

Hamilton, Virginia Van der Veer, ed., “‘Almost Like a Storybook’: A Childhood in Frankfort, Kentucky, 1901–1911,” Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, 103 (Spring 2005), 465–91. Heavily illustrated.

Harrison, Kimberly, ed., A Maryland Bride in the Deep South: The Civil War Diary of Priscilla Bond. (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2006. xviii, 384 pp. $45.00, isbn 0-8071-3143-1.)


Film

Alley, Bill, “Crashing Timbers, Ice Floods, and Movie Stars: Universal Studios Comes to Klamath Falls,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 96 (Fall 2005), 181–86. Heavily illustrated.

Auerbach, Jonathan, “American Studies and Film, Blindness, and Insight,” American Quarterly, 58 (March 2006), 31–50.

Becker, Matt, “A Point of Little Hope: Hippie Horror Films and the Politics of Ambivalence,” Velvet Light Trap, 57 (Spring 2006), 42–59.

Chung, Hye Seung, “Portrait of a Patriot’s Son: Philip Ahn and Korean Diasporic Identities in Hollywood,” Cinema Journal, 45 (Winter 2006), 43–67.

Deacon, Desley, “‘Films as foreign offices’: Transnationalism at Paramount in the Twenties and Early Thirties,” in Connected Worlds: History in Transnational Perspective, ed. Ann Curthoys and Marilyn Lake, 139–56. (Canberra: Australian National University, 2005. x, 278 pp. Paper, $25.00, isbn 1-920942-44-0.)

Ezquerra, Victor Junco, “Guerra Fría en Hollywood: Construcciones de identidad y alteridad en el ciclo de cine anticomunista, 1948–1952” (The Cold War in Hollywood: Constructions of identity and other in a cycle of anti-communist cinema, 1948–1952), Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses (Tenerife) (no. 49, 2004), 215–32. In Spanish.

Matthews, Jill Julius, “Modern Nomads and National Film History: The Multi-continental Career of J. D. Williams,” in Connected Worlds: History in Transnational Perspective, ed. Ann Curthoys and Marilyn Lake, 157–69. (Canberra: Australian National University, 2005. x, 278 pp. Paper, $25.00, isbn 1-920942-44-0.)

Rosenbloom, Nancy J., “From Regulation to Censorship: Film and Political Culture in New York in the Early Twentieth Century,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 3 (Oct. 2004), 369–406.

Zryd, Michael, “The Academy and the Avant-Garde: A Relationship of Dependence and Resistance,” Cinema Journal, 45 (Winter 2006), 17–42.

 

Askari, Kaveh, “Moving Pictures before Motion Pictures: The Pictorial Tradition and American Media Aesthetics, 1890–1920” (University of Chicago, 2005). Order No. DA3181312.

Barker, Jennifer, “The Aesthetics of Resistance: Modernism and Antifascism” (Indiana University, 2005). Order No. DA3178431.

Hunter, Latham, “The Celluloid Cubicle: Constructions of Masculinity in 1990s Office Movies” (McMaster University, Canada, 2005). Order No. DANQR04239.

Kaplan, Michael Alan, “Friendship and Citizenship in the Liberal Imaginary” (Northwestern University, 2005). Order No. DA3177739.


Gay and Lesbian

Estes, Steve, “Ask and Tell: Gay Veterans, Identity, and Oral History on a Civil Rights Frontier,” Oral History Review, 32 (Summer–Fall 2005), 21–47.

Freedman, Estelle B., “When Historical Interpretation Meets Legal Advocacy: Abortion, Sodomy, and Same-Sex Marriage,” in Feminism, Sexuality, & Politics, by Estelle B. Freedman, 175–95. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2006. x, 253 pp. Cloth, $45.00, isbn 0-8078-3031-3. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-8078-5694-0.)

Hill, Harvey, and Jennifer Watson, “In Christ There Is No Gay or Straight? Homosexuality in the Episcopal Church,” Anglican and Episcopal History, 75 (March 2006), 37–68.

 

Atkins, Deborah Jean, “An Ethnographic Inquiry into the History of Lesbian Domestic Violence” (University of Texas, Arlington, 2005). Order No. DA3179113.

Draper, Ranney Blake, “Same-Sex Desire in California, 1849–1900” (University of California, Riverside, 2005). Order No. DA3179374.

Herman, Paul A., “American Homophobia: ‘The homosexual menace’ in Twentieth-Century American Culture” (Stanford University, 2005). Order No. DA3186351.

Stephens, Vincent Lamar, “Queering the Textures of Rock and Roll History” (University of Maryland, College Park, 2005). Order No. DA3178641.


Gender, Masculinity, and Femininity

Cohen, Michael David, “‘What Gender Is Lex’? Women, Men, and Power Relations in Colleges of the Nineteenth Century,” History of Higher Education Annual, 24 (2005), 41–90.

Diprete, Thomas A., and Claudia Buchmann, “Gender-Specific Trends in the Value of Education and the Emerging Gender Gap in College Completion,” Demography, 43 (Feb. 2006), 1–24.

DuBois, Ellen Carol, “Three Decades of Women’s History,” Women’s Studies, 35 (Jan. 2006), 47–64.

Mieras, Emily, “Tales from the Other Side of the Bridge: ymca Manhood, Social Class, and Social Reform in Turn-of-the-Twentieth-Century Philadelphia,” Gender & History (Oxford), 17 (Aug. 2005), 409–40.

Spencer-Wood, Suzanne M., “A Feminist Theoretical Approach to the Historical Archaeology of Utopian Communities,” Historical Archaeology, 40 (no. 1, 2006), 152–85.

 

Denial, Catherine Jane, “‘A proper light before the country’: The Shifting Politics of Gender and Kinship among the Dakota, Ojibwe, and Non-Native Communities of the Upper Midwest, 1825–1845” (University of Iowa, 2005). Order No. DA3184704.

Helgren, Jennifer Hillman, “Inventing American Girlhood: Gender and Citizenship in the Twentieth-Century Camp Fire Girls” (Claremont Graduate University, 2005). Order No. DA3179500.

Hunter, Latham, “The Celluloid Cubicle: Constructions of Masculinity in 1990s Office Movies” (McMaster University, Canada, 2005). Order No. DANQR04239.

Meredith, Sarah, “With a Banjo on Her Knee: Gender, Race, Class, and the American Classical Banjo Tradition, 1880–1915” (Florida State University, 2003). Order No. DA3183093.

Shukalo, Alice Marie, “Communing with the Gods: Bodybuilding, Masculinity, and U.S. Imperialism, 1875–1900” (University of Texas, Austin, 2005). Order No. DA3183973.

Strand, Amy Dunham, “Governing Voices: Language, Gender, and Citizenship in American Literature, 1789–1919” (University of Washington, 2005). Order No. DA3178113.

 

Carroll, Susan J., and Richard L. Fox, eds., Gender and Elections: Shaping the Future of American Politics. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006. xvi, 223 pp. Cloth, $65.00, isbn 0-521-84492-4. Paper, $22.99, isbn 0-521-60670-5.)

Gardaphé, Fred L., From Wiseguys to Wise Men: The Gangster and Italian American Masculinities. (New York: Routledge, 2006. xx, 244 pp. Cloth, $85.00, isbn 0-415-94647-6. Paper, $22.95, isbn 0-415-94648-4.)


Gilded Age and Progressive Era

Bellomy, Donald C., “Vectors of Gilded Age Conservatism: William Graham Sumner, Henry Cabot Lodge, and Alexander Hamilton,” Migukhak Nonjip/Korean Journal of American Studies (Seoul), 36 (Spring 2004), 5–31.

Jakle, John A., and Keith A. Sculle, “The American Hotel in Postcard Advertising: An Image Gallery,” Material Culture, 37 (Fall 2005), 1–25.

Kang, Sun-Joo, “The World in Europe’s Embrace: Conceptualization of World History in the Early Twentieth-Century American High School Textbooks,” Migukhak Nonjip/Korean Journal of American Studies (Seoul), 36 (Spring 2004), 107–28.

Kim, Jin Hee, “Baekineui Euimu: 19 Saegi Miguk Orientialism gwa Migukeui Jeongchaeseong” (The white man’s burden: American orientalism and the formation of American identity in the late nineteenth century), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 19 (May 2004), 23–50. In Korean.

Kohn, Edward, “Crossing the Rubicon: Theodore Roosevelt, Henry Cabot Lodge, and the 1884 Republican National Convention,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 5 (Jan. 2006), 19–45.

Lawson, Andrew, “The Red Badge of Class: Stephen Crane and the Industrial Army,” Literature and History (Winchester), 14 (Oct. 2005), 53–68.

Lee, Hyungdae, “Migukeui Gijeok Jeontong gwa William James eui Gaeinjueui Sasang” (The American intellectual tradition and William James’s concept of individualism), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 22 (Nov. 2005), 29–60. In Korean.

Levy, Jonathan Ira, “Contemplating Delivery: Futures Trading and the Problem of Commodity Exchange in the United States, 1875–1905,” American Historical Review, 111 (April 2006), 307–35.

Mobley, Kendal P., “Susan B. Anthony and Helen Barrett Montgomery: An Intergenerational Feminist Partnership,” Baptist History & Heritage, 40 (Summer–Fall 2005), 80–90.

White, Richard, “The Bullmoose and the Bear: Theodore Roosevelt and John Wanamaker Struggle Over the Spoils,” Pennsylvania History, 71 (Winter 2004), 1–24.

 

Lantzer, Jason S., “‘Prohibition is here to stay’: The Reverend Edward S. Shumaker and the Rise and Fall of Dry Culture in America” (Indiana University, 2005). Order No. DA3183921.

Taff, Steven David, “The Phenomenology of the Backward Child: A History of School Failure in Progressive Era America, 1890–1930” (University of Missouri, Saint Louis, 2005). Order No. DA3177452.

VanOverbeke, Marc A., “Climbing the Ladder: The Evolving Relationship between Secondary and Higher Education and the Standardization of American Schooling, 1870–1910” (University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2005). Order No. DA3186251.

 

Makley, Michael J., The Infamous King of the Comstock: William Sharon and the Gilded Age of the West. (Reno: University of Nevada Press, 2006. xiv, 291 pp. $34.95, isbn 0-87417-630-1.)

Piott, Steven L., American Reformers, 1870–1920: Progressives in Word and Deed. (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2006. viii, 225 pp. Cloth, $72.00, isbn 0-7425-2762-X. Paper, $26.95, isbn 0-7425-2763-8.)

 

Eisenach, Eldon J., ed., The Social and Political Thought of American Progressivism. (Indianapolis: Hackett, 2006. xx, 331 pp. Cloth, $45.00, isbn 0-87220-785-4. Paper, $16.95, isbn 0-87220-784-6.)


Immigration and Migration

Barde, Robert, and Gustavo J. Bobonis, “Detention at Angel Island: First Empirical Evidence,” Social Science History, 30 (Spring 2006), 103–36.

Barton, H. Arnold, “Swedish America and the Genteel Tradition,” Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 57 (Jan. 2006), 14–32.

Bowman, Paul, “Ishi and the Long Concealment,” California Territorial Quarterly (no. 64, Winter 2005), 16–25.

Bunting, Robert, “Michael Luark and Settler Culture in the Western Pacific Northwest, 1853–1899,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 96 (Fall 2005), 198–205. Heavily illustrated.

Chung, Kyung Hee, and Inpyo Lee, “Jaemi Hanin eui SahoiGyongjaejeok Seongjang: Geu Yeongule wuan Ironjeok Gochal” (The social development of Korean-Americans: In search of new theoretical perspectives), Migukhak Nonjip/Korean Journal of American Studies (Seoul), 36 (Winter 2004), 280–304. In Korean.

Doyle, Michael, “Zionsgemeinde, Palmenthal, Revisited,” Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly, 79 (Spring 2006), 26–47.

Fox, John, “William Kelly, Gentleman Gold Digger California, 1849–50; Australia, 1853 and 1858,” California Territorial Quarterly (no. 64, Winter 2005), 36–44.

Guenther, Karen, “‘A Restless Desire’: Geographic Mobility and Members of Exeter Monthly Meeting, Berks County, PA., 1710–1789,” Pennsylvania History, 70 (Autumn 2003), 331–60.

Hoerder, Dirk, “From Ethnic Enclaves to Transcultural Perspectives: Internationalizing Migration History,” in Atlantic Passages: Constitution—Immigration—Internationalization, ed. Andreas Etges and Ursula Lehmkuhl, 116–30. (Münster: lit, 2006. 184 pp. €29.90, isbn 3-8258-9344-8.)

Ivanov, Petko, “To Chicago and Back: Bulgaria and the World’s Fair of 1893,” Chicago History, 34 (Spring 2006), 42–59. Heavily illustrated.

Kim, Youn-Jin, “Migukeui Imingwa Sosuminjok Yeongu: Yeoksahak gwa Sahoehakeui Mannam” (Immigration and ethnic studies in America: History and sociology), Sahakji/Korean Journal of History (Seoul), 37 (2005), 437–59. In Korean.

Mezzano, Michael, “The Progressive Origins of Eugenics Critics: Raymond Pearl, Herbert S. Jennings, and the Defense of Scientific Inquiry,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (Jan. 2005), 83–97.

O’Malley, Michael, “Free Silver and the Constitution of Man: The Money Debate and Immigration at the Turn of the Century,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Orum, Anthony M., “Circles of Influence and Chains of Command: The Social Processes whereby Ethnic Communities Influence Host Societies,” Social Forces, 84 (Dec. 2005), 921–39.

Pfaff, Carol W., and Tonjes Veenstra, “Germans in America: Immigration History and Language Development,” in Atlantic Passages: Constitution—Immigration—Internationalization, ed. Andreas Etges and Ursula Lehmkuhl, 107–15. (Münster: lit, 2006. 184 pp. €29.90, isbn 3-8258-9344-8.)

Rohrbacher, Frances A., and Richard W. Rohrbacher, “The Reverend John O’Hanlon’s Irish Immigrant’s Guide for the United States in 1851,” California Territorial Quarterly (no. 64, Winter 2005), 26–35.

Rowan, Steven, “The German Press in St. Louis and Missouri in the Nineteenth Century: The Establishment of a Tradition,” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 99 (Sept. 2005), 459–67.

Slavishak, Edward, “Working-Class Muscle: Homestead and Bodily Disorder in the Gilded Age,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 3 (Oct. 2004), 339–68.

Son, Young-Ho, “Dilingham Wewonheo eui Imin Bogoseo: Naeyong Bunseok gwa Tadangseong ae daehan Noneui” (Reports of the Dillingham Immigration Commission: An analysis of the findings), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 20 (Nov. 2004), 89–118. In Korean.

Synn, Chaeki, “Miguk Misul eui Gukjaewha Gwajeong gwa Iminja Misuleui Yoekhal” (The role of immigrant art in the internationalization of American art), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 20 (Nov. 2004), 119–40. In Korean.

Wedin, Walter F., “Seeds and Swedes: Emigrant Clover from Alsike,” Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 57 (Jan. 2006), 33–59.

Woirol, Greg, “Peter Speek and Migratory Labor: An Estonian Revolutionary Finds the Real America,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (July 2005), 293–313.

 

Aihui, Li, “Chuantongde yanxu yu zhuanhua: Dongou youtai yimin zai Meiguo de zaoqi jingli, 1880–1920” (Continuation and transformation of tradition: Early East European Jewish immigration to the United States) (Nankai University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Amos, Sharon L. Richardson, “Whose Dust Is Rising? Historical and Literacy Narratives of the Northern Migration of African American Women” (State University of New York, Buffalo, 2005). Order No. DA3185352.

Dayton, Amy E., “Representations of Literacy: The Teaching of English and the Immigrant Experience in Early Twentieth-Century America” (University of Arizona, 2005). Order No. DA3179170.

Eves, Jamie H., “A Valley White with Mist: Settlers, Nature, and Culture in a North Woods River Valley, 1800–1870” (University of Connecticut, 2005). Order No. DA3180200.

Hastak, Astrid, “‘I was never one of those Fräuleins’: The Impact of Cultural Image on German War Brides in America” (Purdue University, 2005). Order No. DA3185764.

Keeling, Andrew Allan, “The Business of Transatlantic Migration between Europe and the usa, 1900–1914” (University of California, Berkeley, 2005). Order No. DA3187066.

Michaelidis, Gregory, “Salvation Abroad: Macedonian Migration to North America and the Making of Modern Macedonia, 1870–1970” (University of Maryland, College Park, 2005). Order No. DA3178605.

Parson, Edy Meiling, “Facing the Aliens: Asian American Identity through the Eyes of Both Cultures, 1870s–1940s” (Iowa State University, 2005). Order No. DA3184599.

Stanger-Ross, Jordan, “The Choreography of Community: Italian Ethnicity in Postwar Toronto and Philadelphia” (University of Pennsylvania, 2005). Order No. DA3179800.

 

García, María Cristina, Seeking Refuge: Central American Migration to Mexico, the United States, and Canada. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2006. xvi, 274 pp. Cloth, $50.00, isbn 0-520-24700-0. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-520-24701-9.)

Giffin, William W., The Irish. (Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society, 2006. x, 127 pp. Paper, $13.95, isbn 0-87195-193-2.)

Perlmann, Joel, Italians Then, Mexicans Now: Immigrant Origins and Second-Generation Progress, 1890 to 2000. (New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2005. xii, 189 pp. $27.50, isbn 0-87154-662-0.)

Roorda, Eric Paul, Cuba, America, and the Sea: The Story of the Immigrant Boat Analuisa and 500 Years of History between Cuba and America. (Mystic: Mystic Seaport Museum, 2005. 173 pp. $39.95, isbn 0-939510-98-7.)

Strohschänk, Johannes, and William G. Thiel, The Wisconsin Office of Emigration, 1852–1855, and Its Impact on German Immigration to the State. (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2005. 155 pp. Paper, $15.95, isbn 0-924119-22-5.)

 

Aym, Zighen, Still Moments: A Story about Faded Dreams and Forbidden Pictures. (Mossville, IL: zawp, 2005. xvi, 65 pp. Paper, $10.95, isbn 0-9765998-0-5.)


Intellectual

Auerbach, Jonathan, “American Studies and Film, Blindness, and Insight,” American Quarterly, 58 (March 2006), 31–50.

Barrett, James R., “Vatican II Comes to the West Side: An Experiment in Catholic Autobiography and the Historiography of Race and Class,” U.S. Catholic Historian, 23 (Fall 2005), 95–119.

Bellomy, Donald C., “Vectors of Gilded Age Conservatism: William Graham Sumner, Henry Cabot Lodge, and Alexander Hamilton,” Migukhak Nonjip/Korean Journal of American Studies (Seoul), 36 (Spring 2004), 5–31.

Bellomy, Donald C., “William Graham Sumner and the Quandaries of Conservative Anti-imperialism,” Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 21 (May 2005), 35–68.

Carithers, David, “Steve Earle and the Possibilities of Pragmatism,” Americana, 4 (Fall 2005) http://www.americanpopularculture.com/journal/.

Choi, Ho-Keun, “Migukaeseoeui Holocaust Gieok Byunwha” (Changes in Holocaust memory in America), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 19 (May 2004), 133–58. In Korean.

Connolly, James J., “The Public Good and the Problem of Pluralism in Lincoln Steffen’s Civic Imagination,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (April 2005), 125–47.

Diggins, John P., “Arthur O. Lovejoy and the Challenge of Intellectual History,” Journal of the History of Ideas, 67 (Jan. 2006), 181–208.

Good, James A., “John Dewey’s ‘Permanent Hegelian Deposit’ and the Exigencies of War,” Journal of the History of Philosophy, 44 (April 2006), 293–313.

Grimsted, David, “Dueling Ideas of History: Public, People’s, Popular, and Academic—and Henry Adams’s Surprising Failures,” Maryland Historian, 30 (Spring 2006), 11–40.

Gunnell, John G., “Louis Hartz and the Liberal Metaphor: A Half-Century Later,” Studies in American Political Development, 19 (Oct. 2005), 196–205.

Kim, Jin Hee, “Baekineui Euimu: 19 Saegi Miguk Orientialism gwa Migukeui Jeongchaeseong” (The white man’s burden: American orientalism and the formation of American identity in the late nineteenth century), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 19 (May 2004), 23–50. In Korean.

Kim, Jin Hee, “Migukjeok Yeoejueui, Hokeun ‘Sombart sik Jilmoon’ ei daehan Jae Gochal” (Reconsidering the Sombart Question/American exceptionalism), Migukhak Nonjip/Korean Journal of American Studies (Seoul), 36 (Fall 2004), 96–126. In Korean.

Labaree, David F., “Mutual Subversion: A Short History of the Liberal and the Professional in American Higher Education,” History of Education Quarterly, 46 (Spring 2006), 1–15.

Lee, Hyungdae, “Migukeui Gijeok Jeontong gwa William James eui Gaeinjueui Sasang” (The American intellectual tradition and William James’s concept of individualism), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 22 (Nov. 2005), 29–60. In Korean.

Leffer, Melvyn P., “Cold War and Global Hegemony, 1945–1991,” oah Magazine of History, 19 (March 2005), 65–72.

Lipscomb, Lan, “Andrew A. Lipscomb: A Preacher, Teacher, and Man of Letters in Alabama, 1842–1860,” Alabama Review, 59 (Jan. 2006), 2–43.

Livingston, James, “War and the Intellectuals: Bourne, Dewey, and the Fate of Pragmatism,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 2 (Oct. 2003), 431–50.

Marwick, Arthur, “The Cultural Revolution of the Long Sixties: Voices of Reaction, Protest, and Permeation,” International History Review (Burnaby), 28 (Dec. 2005), 780–806.

Moon, Ji-Young, “Prangce Gisikin gwa Banmijueui Damnon, 1919–1939” (The French intellectuals and the discourse of anti-Americanism, 1919–1939), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 22 (Nov. 2005), 61–89. In Korean.

O’Brien, David J., “The Renewal of American Catholicism: A Retrospective,” U.S. Catholic Historian, 23 (Fall 2005), 83–94.

Park, Hee-Joo, “Mediating the Evolution Controversy in America: The Case of the American Scientific Association,” Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 20 (Nov. 2004), 193–222.

Ritchie, Donald A., “The Past Meets the Press: Historians and the News Media,” Maryland Historian, 30 (Spring 2006), 61–71.

Roberts, Timothy, “Margaret Fuller’s Rome and the Problem of Provincial American Democracy,” Patterns of Prejudice (London), 40 (March 2006), 45–60.

Schmidt, Sarah, “Hagiography in the Diaspora: Golda Meir and Her Biographers,” American Jewish History, 92 (June 2004), 157–88.

Sklar, Martin J., “Thoughts on Capitalism and Socialism: Utopian and Realistic,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 2 (Oct. 2003), 361–76.

Thomas, Samuel J., “A ‘Final Disposition. One Way or Another’: The Real End of the First Curran Affair,” Catholic Historical Review, 91 (Oct. 2005), 714–42.

Tyrrell, Ian, “Historians and Publics in the Early Televisual Age: Academics, Film, and the Rise of Television in the 1950s and 1960s,” Maryland Historian, 30 (Spring 2006), 41–59.

 

Allred, Jeffrey B., “American Modernism and Depression Documentary” (University of Pennsylvania, 2005). Order No. DA3179698.

Armstrong, Stephen R., II, “Persistent Optimism and Recurrent Skepticism: Herbert Spencer and the United States” (City University of New York, 2005). Order No. DA3187461.

Askari, Kaveh, “Moving Pictures before Motion Pictures: The Pictorial Tradition and American Media Aesthetics, 1890–1920” (University of Chicago, 2005). Order No. DA3181312.

Barker, Jennifer, “The Aesthetics of Resistance: Modernism and Antifascism” (Indiana University, 2005). Order No. DA3178431.

Dolinar, Brian, “Where History Turned Another Page: The Black Popular Art of Langston Hughes, Ollie Harrington, and Chester Himes” (Claremont Graduate University, 2005). Order No. DA3179498.

Gongrong, Wang, “Zhongmei waijiao sixiang chuantongde bijiao fenxi” (A comparative analysis of the foreign thinking traditions of China and the United States) (cpc Party College, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Heafner, Christopher Allen, “Transcendental Teaching: A Reinvention of American Education” (University of South Carolina, 2005). Order No. DA3181954.

Hodge, Deckard Francis, “Expatriate Modernisms: Border Crossing in the 1920s” (University of California, Berkeley, 2005). Order No. DA3179379.

Jiamei, Xu, “Meiguo duidongou zhengce yanjiu, 1955–1969” (United States research on East European policy, 1955–1969) (Fudan University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Vanderford, Chad, “Rights of Humans, Rights of States: The Academic Legacy of St. George Tucker in Nineteenth-Century Virginia” (Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College, 2005). Order No. DA3184105.

Zhanlao, Mu, “Meiguo sixiangku yu Meizhongguanxi yanjiu” (On United States think tanks and Sino–United States relations) (cpc Party College, China, 2004). In Chinese.

 

Chung, Kyung Hee, Migukeul Mandn Sasangdl (The thoughts that made the United States). (Seoul: Sallim, 2004. 94 pp. ₩ 3,300, isbn 89-522-0215-5.) In Korean.


International Relations

Asada, Sadao, “Between the Old Diplomacy and the New, 1918–1922: The Washington System and the Origins of Japanese-American Rapprochement,” Diplomatic History, 30 (April 2006), 211–30.

Astié-Burgos, Walter, “Mexico and the United Nations,” Voices of Mexico (Mexico City), 74 (Jan.–March 2006), 13–18.

Biddle, Stephen, “Seeing Baghdad, Thinking Saigon,” Foreign Affairs, 85 (March–April 2006), 2–14.

Brands, Hal, “The Emperor’s New Clothes: American Views of Hirohito after World War II,” Historian, 68 (Spring 2006), 1–28.

Brands, Hal, “Progress Unseen: U.S. Arms Control Policy and the Origins of Détente, 1963–1968,” Diplomatic History, 30 (April 2006), 253–85.

Brits, J. P., “Tiptoeing along the Apartheid Tightrope: The United States, South Africa, and the United Nations in 1952,” International History Review (Burnaby), 28 (Dec. 2005), 754–79.

Broadberry, Stephen N., and Douglas A. Irwin, “Labor Productivity in the United States and the United Kingdom during the Nineteenth Century,” Explorations in Economic History, 43 (April 2006), 257–79.

Cha, Sangchul, “1950 Nyeondae Syungman Rhee gwa Hanmi Dongmaeng” (Syngman Rhee and the Korean-American alliance in the 1950s), in A Reappraisal of the 1950s in Korea, ed. Chung In Moon and Se Joong Kim, 343–69. (Seoul: Sun In, 2004. ₩ 30,000, isbn 89-89205-79-4.) In Korean.

Chan, Yuen-Ying, “Reimagining America,” Social Research, 72 (Winter 2005), 935–52.

Diemert, Brian, “Uncontainable Metaphor: George F. Kennan’s ‘X’ Article and Cold War Discourse,” Canadian Review of American Studies/Revue canadienne d’études américaines (Ottawa), 35 (no. 1, 2005), 21–55.

Dyson, Stephen Benedict, and Thomas Preston, “Individual Characteristics of Political Leaders and the Use of Analogy in Foreign Policy Decision Making,” Political Psychology, 27 (April 2006), 265–88.

Frederick, Bonnie, “Harriet Beecher Stowe and the Virtuous Mother: Argentina, 1852–1910,” Journal of Women’s History, 18 (no. 1, 2006), 101–20.

Goldstone, Richard, “Ambiguity and America: South Africa and U.S. Foreign Policy,” Social Research, 72 (Winter 2005), 811–24.

Good, James A., “John Dewey’s ‘Permanent Hegelian Deposit’ and the Exigencies of War,” Journal of the History of Philosophy, 44 (April 2006), 293–313.

Graham, S. E., “The (Real)politiks of Culture: U.S. Cultural Diplomacy in unesco, 1946–1954,” Diplomatic History, 30 (April 2006), 231–51.

Hartley, David B., and Katherine C. Hartley, “The 1927 American-Japanese Friendship Doll Exchange and the Dreams of International Peace,” South Dakota History, 36 (Spring 2006), 32–65.

Hochman, Dafna, “Rehabilitating a Rogue: Libya’s wmd Reversal and Lessons for U.S. Policy,” Parameters, 36 (Spring 2006), 63–68.

Jarab, Josef, Marcel Arbeit, and Jenel Virden, eds., America in the Course of Human Events: Presentations and Interpretations. (Amsterdam: >vu University Press, 2006. 306 pp. Paper, €39.50, isbn 90-5383-9925.) Citations to relevant essays can be found in Recent Scholarship Online </rso/>.

Kim, Deok-ho, “21Saegi edo ‘Pax American’ neun Yeojeonhee Ganeunghanga?” (Is “Pax Americana” still possible during the twenty-first century?), Soyangsaron/Korean Journal of Western History (Seoul), 77 (June 2003), 203–31. In Korean.

Kim, Deok-ho, “Haebang Ihoo Hangku eseoeu Sobi wa Migukwha Munjae” (Consumption and the question of Americanization in Korea since 1945), Migukhak Nonjip/Korean Journal of American Studies (Seoul), 37 (Fall 2005), 156–90. In Korean.

Kramer, Paul A., “Race-Making and Colonial Violence in the U.S. Empire: The Philippine-American War as Race War,” Diplomatic History, 30 (April 2006), 169–210.

Kwon, Oh Shin, “Eisenhower Daeoei Jeongchaekeui Gijo: ‘New Look’ Jeongchak gwa ‘Eisenhower Doctrine’” (The foundations of Eisenhower’s foreign policy: The “New Look” policy and the “Eisenhower Doctrine”), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 21 (May 2005), 141–73. In Korean.

Lazich, Michael C., “American Missionaries and the Opium Trade in Nineteenth-Century China,” Journal of World History, 17 (June 2006), 197–223.

Leiber, Keir A., and Daryl G. Press, “The Rise of U.S. Nuclear Primacy,” Foreign Affairs, 85 (March–April 2006), 42–54.

Li, Minqi, and Adam Hanieh, “Secular Trends, Long Waves, and the Cost of the State: Evidence from the Long-Term Movement of the Profit Rate in the U.S. Economy,” Review: Fernand Braudel Center, 29 (no. 1, 2006), 87–114.

Livingston, James, “War and the Intellectuals: Bourne, Dewey, and the Fate of Pragmatism,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 2 (Oct. 2003), 431–50.

Marwick, Arthur, “The Cultural Revolution of the Long Sixties: Voices of Reaction, Protest, and Permeation,” International History Review (Burnaby), 28 (Dec. 2005), 780–806.

Mazurkewicz, Anna, “American Attitudes on Two Attempts to Establish Democracy in Poland, 1947 and 1989,” Polish American Studies, 62 (Spring 2005), 67–96.

Miller, John H., “Will the Real Japan Please Stand Up?,” World Policy Journal, 22 (Winter 2005), 36–46.

Muzaffar, Chandra, “The Relationship between Southeast Asia and the United States: A Contemporary Analysis,” Social Research, 72 (Winter 2005), 903–12.

Nitzan, Jonathan, and Shimshon Bichler, “New Imperialism or New Capitalism?,” Review: Fernand Braudel Center, 29 (no. 1, 2006), 1–86.

Nyang, Sulayman S., “U.S.-Africa Relations over the Last Century: An African Perspective,” Social Research, 72 (Winter 2005), 913–34.

Park, Eunjin, “From ‘Saving Souls’ to ‘Reforming Society’: Changing Educational Goals of the American Methodist Mission to China, 1847–1911,” Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 20 (Nov. 2004), 29–58.

Park, Insook, “Eisnehower Haengjeongbu wa ‘Pyeongwha’ eui Susahak” (Eisenhower’s rhetoric of ‘peace’), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 22 (Nov. 2005), 157–92. In Korean.

Perren, Richard, “Farmers and Consumers under Strain: Allied Meat Supplies in the First World War,” Agricultural History Review (Oxford), 53 (part II, 2005), 212–28.

Reid, Brian Holden, “‘A Signpost That Was Missed’? Reconsidering British Lessons from the American Civil War,” Journal of Military History, 70 (April 2006), 385–414.

Roberts, Timothy, “Margaret Fuller’s Rome and the Problem of Provincial American Democracy,” Patterns of Prejudice (London), 40 (March 2006), 45–60.

Roberts, Timothy, “The European Revolutions of 1848 and Antebellum Violence in Kansas,” Journal of the West, 44 (Fall 2005), 58–68. Heavily illustrated.

Sarantakes, Nicholas Evan, “One Last Crusade: The British Pacific Fleet and Its Impact on the Anglo-American Alliance,” English Historical Review (Oxford), 121 (April 2006), 429–66.

Sheingate, Adam D., and Takakazu Yamagishi, “Occupation Politics: American Interests and the Struggle over Health Insurance in Postwar Japan,” Social Science History, 30 (Spring 2006), 137–64.

Sherbiny, Naiem A., “America: A View from Egypt,” Social Research, 72 (Winter 2005), 831–56.

Yang, Hong-Seuk, “19 Saegimal 20 Saegicho Miguk Seongyosadeul eui Jungguk ei daehan Ihae” (American missionaries’ understanding of China from the late nineteenth to the early twentieth centuries), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 20 (Nov. 2004), 59–88. In Korean.

Yoshimitsu, Miyakawa, “Japan’s Modernization vs. American Expansionist Thrust into East Asia at the Turn of the Last Century: The Russo-Japanese War of 1904–5,” Nanzan Review of American Studies (Nagoya), 27 (2005), 51–63.

 

Allen, Cleo Joffrion, “Foreign News Coverage in Selected U.S. Newspapers, 1927–1997: A Content Analysis” (Louisiana State University, 2005). Order No. DA3184042.

An, Jiang, “Yishixingtai yu Meiguo duihua zhengce yanjiu” (On ideology and United States policy toward China) (Northeast Normal University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Bass, Jeffrey David, “Cold Warrior Coterie: Senate Democrats and Presidential Foreign Policy, 1953–1973” (University of Connecticut, 2005). Order No. DA3180186.

Beiqing, Guo, “Aisenhaoweier zhengfu guojia anquan zhengce yanjiu” (On the national security policy of the Eisenhower administration) (Northeast Normal University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Bu, Xiangguo, “Qaianjiu yu Zhipei” (Compromise and control: American policy of peace negotiations toward the state of Israel, 1973–1979) (Fudan University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Butler-Smith, Alice A., “Imitations of Influence: Eisenhower, the Jews, and the Middle East” (University of Kansas, 2005). Order No. DA3185133.

Cao, Lingjun, “Baguojitian yanjiu—Cong G7 dao G8” (On the eight country group— From G7 to G8) (cpc Party College, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Chunyuan, Qian, “Meiguo sirenjijinhui yu Meizhong guanxi—Jianlun guoji zhengzhi shehuihua” (On United States private foundations in Sino–United States relations, and on the socialization of international politics) (China Foreign Affairs University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Daping, Liu, “Meiguo dui Yindunixiyade waijiao zhengce” (On United States policy toward Indonesia, 1953–1961) (Northeast Normal University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Dexian, Hou, “Luanzhaou Yataidiqi Zhingri guanxi yu Meiguo yinsude yingxiang” (U.S. influence on Sino-Japanese relations in the Asian Pacific area after the Cold War) (East China Normal University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Fang, Wang, “Meiguo guohui yu meiguo duihua renquan waijiao zhengce” (The United States Congress and United States civil rights policy toward China, 1980–2003) (Fudan University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Gongrong, Wang, “Zhongmei waijiao sixiang chuantongde bijiao fenxi” (A comparative analysis of the foreign thinking traditions of China and the United States) (cpc Party College, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Guanhui, He, “Meiri duiwai yiuanzhuzhi bijiao” (A comparison of foreign aid between the United States and Japan) (Fudan University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Hongda, Fan, “Baliewei guowang shiqide Meiguo Yilang guanxi yanjiu, 1941–1979” (On United States–Iranian relations in the period of King Pahlavi Reza, 1941–1979) (Capital Normal University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Hongfeng, Liu, “Meiguo dui Hanguo yuanzhu zhengce yanjiu, 1948–1968” (On the foreign aid policy of the United States towards Korea, 1948–1968) (East China Normal University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Hongyan, Xu, “Meiguo guohui yu Zhongmei guanxi, 1949–1979” (The United States Congress and Sino–United States relations, 1949–1979) (Fudan University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Hui, Xu, “Cong Bosiwan dao Chaoxianbandao: Hou lengzhan shiqi Meiguo weiji guanli bijiao yanjiu” (From the Persian Gulf to the Korean peninsula: Comparative research on American crisis management in the post–Cold War period) (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Huiyan, Li, “Zhewngzhi jingjide hudong yu Zhongmei guanxi” (The political economy of Sino–United States relations) (cpc Party College, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Huiying, Wang, “Kennidi dangzhengshiqi Meiguode duiwai jingji yuanzhu zhengce” (U.S. foreign economic aid policy in the Kennedy administration) (Nankai University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Jiamei, Xu, “Meiguo duidongou zhengce yanjiu, 1955–1969” (United States research on East European policy, 1955–1969) (Fudan University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Jianguo, Ma, “Kangrizhanzheng shiqide Zhongmei junshi hezuo, 1937–1945” (Sino–United States military cooperation in the anti-Japanese period, 1937–1945) (Central China Normal University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Junfang, Song, “Zhongei guanxide zhengzhi jingjixue yanjiu” (Research into the political economy of Sino–United States relations) (Fudan University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Junxi, Su, “Luanzhao yilai Chaoxibandao jushide yanbian yu zhuhan meihun de weilai” (On the development of the Korean peninsula and the future of the United States army in Korea since the Cold War) (Fudan University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Kagan, Robert William, “The Sources of American Conduct in International Affairs: From the Colonial Era to the Civil War” (American University, 2005). Order No. DA3182557.

Laderman, Scott, “Witnessing the Past: History, Tourism, and Memory in Vietnam, 1930–2002” (University of Minnesota, 2005). Order No. DA3180001.

Majewski, John D., “nato as Social Construction: Explaining Cooperation and Discord within the Atlantic Community, 1956–1996” (State University of New York, Albany, 2005). Order No. DA3183894.

Qiaorong, Wang, “apec yu Zhoingmeiguanxi” (apec and Sino–United States relations) (cpc Party College, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Qingjun, Jia, “Meiguo gongchanzhuyi yundong yu Mosikede guanxi lishi kaicha” (A historical investigation of relations between the United States communist movement and Moscow) (Nankai University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Qingshi, Zhao, “20shiji 70niandai shiyouweiji yu Meiguo shiyou anquan tixi” (The petroleum crisis and the American petroleum security system in the 1970s: Construction, proceedings, and reform) (Fudan University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Quanhong, Zhu, “Meiguo duoyuan wenhua waijiao zhengce jiqi lishi yanjiu yanjoiu” (On United States multi-cultural foreign policy and its historical development) (East China Normal University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Shuang, Zhang, “‘Meiguozhishang’: Dui luanzhanhou meiguo guojia anquan zhanlue baogao de yizhong jiedu” (“American supremacy”: An explanation of the post–Cold War national security strategy of the United States) (Fudan University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Shuyun, Zheng, “Dnaji baquan—20shiji Meiguo guoce qiangdude sanci tisheng” (Mono-hegemony: Three ways the United States promoted national strength in the twentieth century) (Jilin University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Songxia, Wang, “Meiguo baquan yu Guba geming” (United States hegemony and the Cuban revolution) (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Steel, Laura Szumanski, “In the Name of the Father: The American Catholic Church and United States Foreign Policy during the Vietnam War” (Temple University, 2005). Order No. DA3178832.

Tangfeng, Wang, “Zhianade qianzou: 1941–1954nian Meiguo duiyue zhengcede yanbian” (A prelude to catastrophe: The development of American policy toward Vietnam, 1941–1954) (Fudan University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Wanli, Yu, “Meiguo kuaguogongsi yu 90niandaide Zhongmeiguanxi” (Multi-national corporations in the United States and Sino–United States relations in the 1990s) (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Wei, Wang, “Meiguo dui Guba ouzhi zhengcede qiyuan” (Origins of United States containment policy toward Cuba) (Northeast Normal University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Weinberger, Seth Harold, “Institutional Signaling and the Cold War” (Duke University, 2005). Order No. DA3179335.

Xiaoyan, Jiang, “Meiguo guohui yu duihua anquan zhengce” (The United States Congress and security policy toward China, 1989–2003) (Fudan University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Xinxuan, Yu, “Guoji zhixu zhuangebian beijingxiade Weierxunzhuyi: Qiyuan, zhengce he yingxiang” (Wilsonianism under a changing international order: Origin, policy, and its effect) (Fudan University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Xiong, Liu, “Dierjie Aisenhaoweier zhengfude Yazhou zhengce” (The Asian policy of the second Eisenhower administration) (Northeast Normal University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Xumeng, Yang, “Chaoxianbandao weiji yu Zhongmeiguanxi” (The Korean peninsula crisis and Sino–United States relations) (cpc Party College, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Yin, Zhang, “20shiji 60niandai Meiguo dui Yingguo zhengce yanjiu” (United States policy toward the United Kingdom in the 1960s) (Northeast Normal University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Yingchun, Yu, “Meiguo qujue ‘Quanmian jinzhi heshiyan tiaoyue’ zhi yanjiu” (On U.S. refusal to sign a nuclear test-ban treaty) (Fudan University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Yingying, He, “Lu n luanzhanhou Rimei junshi tongmengzhng de muca guanxi” (On frictions in the U.S.-Japan military alliance after World War II) (Fudan University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Yiwei, Guo, “LengZhan yilai meiguo de anquan zhanlue he anq1uanguan” (United States security strategy and safety outlook since the Cold War) (Centre China Normal University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Youxin, Guo, “Chuanyu’ tiemu’: Meiguo dui; ‘sudongguojia’ de luanzhan xuanchuan” (To cross “The Iron Curtain”: United States Cold War propaganda toward Soviet Russia and Eastern Europe, 1945–1963) (Northeast Normal University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Yuduo, Zhang, “Xinganshezhuyi yanjiu—Yi Meiguo weizhongxin” (On the new interventionism: The United States as the center) (Jilin University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Yuguang, Bai, “Meiguo dui Yiselie zhengce ji Meiyi guanxide fazhan, 1948–1980” (United States policy toward Israel and the development of U.S.-Israel relations, 1948–1980) (Fudan University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Yuqun, Shao, “Meiguo guohui yu Taiwan” (The United States Congress and Taiwan, 1979–2002) (Fudan University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Zhan, Xin, “Dulumen zhengfu guojia anquan zhengce yanjiu” (On the national security policy of the Truman administration) (Northeast Normal University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Zhanlao, Mu, “Meiguo sixiangku yu Meizhongguanxi yanjiu” (On United States think tanks and Sino–United States relations) (cpc Party College, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Zikua, Liu, “Ouzhi yu guli: 60 niandai Meiguo duihua zhengce” (Containment and isolation: United States policy toward China in the 1960s) (Fudan University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

 

Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.

Anastaksi, Dimitry, Auto Pact: Creating a Borderless North American Auto Industry, 1960–1971. (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2005. xiv, 285 pp. Cloth, $55.00, isbn 0-8020-3903-0. Paper, $29.95, isbn 0-8020-3821-2.)

Ashcroft, Bill, Gareth Griffiths, and Helen Tiffin, eds., The Post–Colonial Studies Reader. (London: Routledge, 2006. xxviii, 587 pp. Cloth, $113.00, isbn 0-415-34564-2. Paper, $34.95, isbn 0-415-34565-0.) Second Edition.

Bernardi, Emanuele, La riforma agraria in Italia e gli Stati Uniti: Guerra fredda, Piano Marshall e interventi per il Mezzogiorno negli del centrismo degasperiano (Agrarian reform in Italy and the United States: The Cold War, the Marshall Plan, and interventions in southern Italy in the years of De Gasperi centrism). (Bologna: Mulino, 2006. 397 pp. Paper, €28.00, isbn 88-15-10810-6.) In Italian.

Brecher, Frank W., Negotiating the Louisiana Purchase: Robert Livingston’s Mission to France, 1801–1804. (Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 2006. vi, 194 pp. Paper, $35.00, isbn 0-7864-2395-1.)

Brigham, Robert K., arvn: Life and Death in the South Vietnamese Army. (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2006. xiv, 178 pp. $29.95, isbn 0-7006-1433-8.)

Brune, Lester H., The United States and the Balkan Crisis, 1990–2005: Conflict in Bosnia and Kosovo. (Claremont: Regina, 2006. vi, 149 pp. Paper, $14.95, isbn 0-930053-39-8.)

Buell, Hal, Uncommon Valor, Common Virtue: Iwo Jima and the Photograph That Captured America. (New York: Berkley, 2006. xiv, 258 pp. $28.95, isbn 0-425-20980-6.) Heavily illustrated. Includes dvd.

Cha, Sangchul, Hanmi Dongmaeng 50 Nyon (Fifty years of the Korean-American alliance). (Seoul: Sanggak ui Namu, 2004. 297 pp. ₩ 15,000, isbn 89-8498-389-6.) In Korean.

Cheong, Sunghwa, Naengjeongwa Migukeu Haekjeongchaek (The Cold War and American nuclear policy). (Seoul: Myungji University Press, 2005. 111 pp. ₩ 15,000, isbn 89-7335-055-2.) In Korean.

Curthoys, Ann, and Marilyn Lake, eds., Connected Worlds: History in Transnational Perspective. (Canberra: Australian National University, 2005. x, 278 pp. Paper, $25.00, isbn 1-920942-44-0.) Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.

Dudziak, Mary L., and Leti Volpp, eds., Legal Borderlands: Law and the Construction of American Borders. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006. x, 421 pp. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-8018-8414-4.)

Evans, Sterling, ed., The Borderlands of the American and Canadian Wests: Essays on Regional History of the Forty-ninth Parallel. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2006. xxxvi, 386 pp. $49.95, isbn 0-8032-1826-5.) Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.

García, María Cristina, Seeking Refuge: Central American Migration to Mexico, the United States, and Canada. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2006. xvi, 274 pp. Cloth, $50.00, isbn 0-520-24700-0. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-520-24701-9.)

Grendler, Paul F., The European Renaissance in American Life. (Westport: Praeger, 2006. xvi, 341 pp. $49.95, isbn 0-275-98486-9.)

Guttmann, Allen, Sports: The First Five Millennia. (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2004. xvi, 448 pp. $34.95, isbn 1-55849-470-7.)

Hansen, Keith A., The Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty: An Insider’s Perspective. (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2006. xxii, 233 pp. $24.95, isbn 0-8047-5303-2.)

Holderegger, Thomas, Die trilateralen Verhandlungen 1966/1967. Der erste Schritt der Administration Johnson zur Lösung der nato-Krise (The trilateral negotiations of 1966/1967. The first step of the Johnson administration to solve the nato crisis). (Zurich: eth Zentrum, 2006. 330 pp. Paper, isbn 3-905696-06-1.) In German.

Homsher, David C., American Battlefields of World War I, Château-Thierry—Then and Now: A Guidebook, Anthology, and Photographic Essay. (San Mateo, Calif.: Battleground Productions, 2006. 304 pp. Paper, $39.95, isbn 0-9702443-0-7.) Heavily illustrated.

MacGillivray, Alex, A Brief History of Globalization: The Untold Story of Our Incredible Shrinking Planet. (New York: Carroll & Graf, 2006. xiv, 338 pp. Paper, $13.95, isbn 0-7867-1710-6.)

Meyer, G. J., A World Undone: The Story of the Great War, 1914 to 1918. (New York: Bantam, 2006. xxxiv, 670 pp. $28.00, isbn 0-553-80354-9.)

Pelt, Mogens, Tying Greece to the West: U.S.–West German–Greek Relations, 1949–74. (Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press, 2006. 454 pp. Paper, $64.00, isbn 87-7289-583-7.)

Roorda, Eric Paul, Cuba, America, and the Sea: The Story of the Immigrant Boat Analuisa and 500 Years of History between Cuba and America. (Mystic: Mystic Seaport Museum, 2005. 173 pp. $39.95, isbn 0-939510-98-7.)

Trachtenberg, Marc, The Craft of International History: A Guide to Method. (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2006. xii, 266 pp. Cloth, $45.00, isbn 0-691-12501-5. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-691-12569-4.)

Weber, Ronald, News of Paris: American Journalists in the City of Light between the Wars. (Chicago: Dee, 2006. 333 pp. $27.50, isbn 1-56663-676-0.)


Jewish

Choi, Ho-Keun, “Migukaeseoeui Holocaust Gieok Byunwha” (Changes in Holocaust memory in America), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 19 (May 2004), 133–58. In Korean.

Collomp, Catherine, “The Jewish Labor Committee, American Labor, and the Rescue of European Socialists, 1934–1941,” International Labor and Working-Class History, 68 (Oct. 2005), 112–33.

Fallace, Thomas D., “The Origins of Holocaust Education in American Public Schools,” Holocaust and Genocide Studies, 20 (Spring 2006), 80–102.

Glanz, Rudolf, “Jews and Chinese in America,” Western States Jewish History, 38 (Winter 2006), 112–32.

Kim, Youn-Jin, “Miguk You daein eui Injongjeok Odyssey: Baekin, ‘Baekin Taja,’ Geurigo Caucasian” (The racial odyssey of Jews in America: White, “White and other,” and Caucasian), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 21 (May 2005), 175–204. In Korean.

Moss, Richard, “Jewish Farmers, Ethnic Identity, and Institutional Americanization in Turn-of-the-Century Connecticut,” Connecticut History, 45 (Spring 2006), 31–55.

Norwood, Stephen H., “Legitimating Nazism: Harvard University and the Hitler Regime, 1933–1937,” American Jewish History, 92 (June 2004), 189–223.

Pollak, Oliver B., “The Education of Henry Monsky: Omaha Nebraska’s American Jewish Hero, 1890–1947,” Western States Jewish History, 38 (Winter 2006), 133–61.

Rosen, Hymer Elias, “‘I Planted Me Vineyards’: Rabbi Joseph M. Roth, El Paso, Texas, 1894–1953,” Western States Jewish History, 38 (Winter 2006), 99–111.

Schmidt, Sarah, “Hagiography in the Diaspora: Golda Meir and Her Biographers,” American Jewish History, 92 (June 2004), 157–88.

 

Aihui, Li, “Chuantongde yanxu yu zhuanhua: Dongou youtai yimin zai Meiguo de zaoqi jingli, 1880–1920” (Continuation and transformation of tradition: Early East European Jewish immigration to the United States) (Nankai University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Spear, Sonja, “Jesus the Jew: Jewish, Protestant, and Catholic Construction of Jesus in an Age of Anti-Semitism, 1890–1940” (Indiana University, 2005). Order No. DA3185401.


Labor and Working Class

Amberg, Stephen, “Varieties of Capitalist Development: Worker-Manager Relations in the Texas Apparel Industry, 1935–1975,” Social Science History, 30 (Summer 2006), 231–62.

Aurand, Harold W., ed., “The Lattimer Massacre of 1897,” Pennsylvania History, 69 (Winter 2002), 5–78. Special Issue.

Bader, Mary Christine, “‘Sisters in Toil’: St. Paul’s First Union of Garment Workers,” Minnesota History, 60 (Spring 2006), 26–39.

Bauer, William J., Jr., “‘We Were All Migrant Workers Here’: Round Valley Indian Labor in Northern California, 1850–1929,” Western Historical Quarterly, 37 (Spring 2006), 43–63.

Beik, Mildred Allen, “The Significance of the Lattimer Massacre: Who Owns Its History?,” Pennsylvania History, 69 (Winter 2002), 58–70.

Blatz, Perry, “Reflections on Lattimer: A Complex and Significant Event,” Pennsylvania History, 69 (Winter 2002), 42–51.

Broadberry, Stephen N., and Douglas A. Irwin, “Labor Productivity in the United States and the United Kingdom during the Nineteenth Century,” Explorations in Economic History, 43 (April 2006), 257–79.

Ciani, Kyle E., “Hidden Laborers: Female Day Workers in Detroit, 1870–1920,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (Jan. 2005), 23–57.

Collomp, Catherine, “The Jewish Labor Committee, American Labor, and the Rescue of European Socialists, 1934–1941,” International Labor and Working-Class History, 68 (Oct. 2005), 112–33.

Dubofsky, Melvin, “The Lattimer Massacre and the Meaning of Citizenship,” Pennsylvania History, 69 (Winter 2002), 52–57.

Enyeart, John P., “Revolution or Evolution: The Socialist Party, Western Workers, and Law in the Progressive Era,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 2 (Oct. 2003), 377–402.

Erdmans, Mary Patrice, “The Poles, the Dutch, and the Grand Rapids Furniture Strike of 1911,” Polish American Studies, 62 (Autumn 2005), 5–22.

Ferrari, Mary, “‘Obliged to Earn Subsistence for Themselves’: Women Artisans in Charleston, South Carolina, 1763–1808,” South Carolina Historical Magazine, 106 (Oct. 2005), 235–55.

Frahm, Jill, “The Hello Girls: Women Telephone Operators with the American Expeditionary Forces during World War I,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 3 (July 2004), 271–93.

Gilbert, Stephanie Patterson, “Bakers and Confectioners of Harrisburg’s Old Eighth Ward, 1890–1917,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Autumn 2005), 428–42.

Hurst, Julie Ann, “Barbershops in Harrisburg’s Old Eighth Ward, 1890–1905,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Autumn 2005), 443–53.

Knowles, A. K., “‘The white lands “damn them . . . won’t stick”’: Labor Scarcity and Spatial Discipline in the Antebellum Iron Industry,” Journal of Historical Geography (London), 32 (Jan. 2006), 57–73.

Laslett, John H. M., “Linking the Old World with the New: Recent Studies of Labor Migration, Race, and Political Protest in America and the British Empire,” Labor History, 46 (May 2005), 185–94.

Laugen, R. Todd, “Struggles for the Public Interest: Organized Labor and State Mediation in Postwar America,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (Jan. 2005), 69–82.

Maibor, Carolyn R., “Upstairs, Downstairs, and the In-Between: Louisa May Alcott on Domestic Service,” New England Quarterly, 79 (March 2006), 65–91.

McDonnell, Michael A., “Class War? Class Struggles during the American Revolution in Virginia,” William and Mary Quarterly, 63 (April 2006), 305–44.

McGuire, John Thomas, “Making the Case for Night Work Legislation in Progressive Era New York, 1911–1915,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 5 (Jan. 2006), 47–70.

Minchin, Timothy J., “The Milledgeville Spy Case and the Struggle to Organize J. P. Stevens,” Georgia Historical Quarterly, 90 (Spring 2006), 96–122.

Myers, John D., “The Butcher Shops of Harrisburg’s Old Eighth Ward, 1860–1916,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Autumn 2005), 454–62.

Osborne, Christopher M., “Invisible Hands: Slaves, Bound Laborers, and the Development of Western Pennsylvania, 1780–1820,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Winter 2005), 77–89.

Pope, Jim, “Worker Lawmaking, Sit-Down Strikes, and the Shaping of American Industrial Relations, 1935–1958,” Law & History Review, 24 (Spring 2006), 45–113.

Short, Joanna, “Confederate Veteran Pensions, Occupation, and Men’s Retirement in the New South,” Social Science History, 30 (Spring 2006), 75–101.

Sidorick, Daniel, “The ‘Girl Army’: The Philadelphia Shirtwaist Strike of 1909–1910,” Pennsylvania History, 71 (Summer 2004), 323–69.

Slavishak, Edward, “Working-Class Muscle: Homestead and Bodily Disorder in the Gilded Age,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 3 (Oct. 2004), 339–68.

Stolarik, M. Mark, “A Slovak Perspective on the Lattimer Massacre,” Pennsylvania History, 69 (Winter 2002), 31–41.

Sullivan, William F., Jr., “Battle for the Brass City: The Waterbury Strike of 1919,” Connecticut History, 45 (Spring 2006), 94–113.

Thompson, Peter, “The Thief, the Householder, and the Commons: Languages of Class in Seventeenth-Century Virginia,” William and Mary Quarterly, 63 (April 2006), 253–80.

Turner, George A., “The Lattimer Massacre: A Perspective from the Ethnic Community,” Pennsylvania History, 69 (Winter 2002), 11–30.

Versteegh, Pien, “Glück Auf: The Polish Labor Movement in the United States and Germany, 1890–1914,” Polish American Studies, 62 (Spring 2005), 53–66.

Woirol, Greg, “Peter Speek and Migratory Labor: An Estonian Revolutionary Finds the Real America,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (July 2005), 293–313.

 

Duncan, James Bryan, “Literary Labor: Reform and Resistance in American Literature, 1936–1945” (University of Oregon, 2005). Order No. DA3181097.

Hungate, Adam B., “Let Them Eat Yellowcake: Navajo Uranium and American Marginalism” (University of California, Riverside, 2005). Order No. DA3179382.

Lihua, Liu, “Meiguo gongyehua shiq gongrende gongzuo he shenghui yanjiu” (On labor’s work and livelihood in the United States in the industrialization period) (Nankai University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Rowley, Cathleen J., “Women’s Rights and Women’s Work: Politics and Professionalism in 19th Century American Fiction” (City University of New York, 2005). Order No. DA3187422.

 

Chester, Eric Thomas, True Mission: Socialists and the Labor Party Question in the U.S. (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2004. xii, 260 pp. Cloth, $75.00, isbn 0-7453-2215-8. Paper, $24.95, isbn 0-7453-2214-X.)

Jung, Moon-Ho, Coolies and Cane: Race, Labor, and Sugar in the Age of Emancipation. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006. xii, 275 pp. $48.95, isbn 0-8018-8281-8.)

Ninnemann, John L., and Duane A. Smith, San Juan Bonanza: Western Colorado’s Mining Legacy. (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2006. xvi, 85 pp. $24.95, isbn 0-8263-3578-0.) Heavily illustrated.

Perez, Karni R., Fishing for Gold: The Story of Alabama’s Catfish Industry. (Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2006. xvi, 263 pp. Paper, $22.95, isbn 0-8173-5344-5.)


Legal and Constitutional

Arnold, Andrew B., “Between the Laws: Informal Definitions of Job and Property Rights in Central Pennsylvania, 1870–1884,” Pennsylvania History, 70 (Winter 2003), 28–54.

Berg, Manfred, “From Disfranchisement to Minority Vote Dilution: The U.S. Supreme Court and Black Voting Rights since the Civil Rights Revolution,” in Atlantic Passages: Constitution—Immigration—Internationalization, ed. Andreas Etges and Ursula Lehmkuhl, 73–86. (Münster: lit, 2006. 184 pp. €29.90, isbn 3-8258-9344-8.)

Blinka, Daniel D., “Jefferson and Juries: The Problem of Law, Reason, and Politics in the New Republic,” American Journal of Legal History, 47 (Jan. 2005), 35–103.

Cho, Ji-Hyung, “Miguk eui Daetongryong Tanhaekgwa Ipheonchji” (The presidential impeachment and original intent), Migukhak Nonjip/Korean Journal of American Studies (Seoul), 36 (Winter 2004), 324–35. In Korean.

Cho, Ji-Hyung, “Pyungdeungeui Uneuiwa Injong Chabyul eui Jeongchi: Brown Sageoneul Jungsimeuro” (Racism, the Brown case, and the language of equality in the United States), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 17 (May 2003), 147–84. In Korean.

Chung, Kyung Hee, “Miguk Daetongryung Seonchuljaedo eui Hyungseong: Seongeo Indan Jaedo eui Giwon” (Making the mode of presidential selection in the U.S.: The origins of the electoral college), Yoksa Kyoyuk/Korean History Education Review (Seoul) (no. 94, 2005), 151–69. In Korean.

Cox, Dwayne, “The Rise of Confidentiality: State Courts on Access to Public Records during the Mid-Twentieth Century,” American Archivist, 68 (Fall–Winter 2005), 312–22.

Cox, Dwayne, “Title Company v. County Recorder: A Case Study in Open Records Litigation, 1874–1918,” in Political Pressure and the Archival Record, ed. Margaret Procter, Michael Cook, and Caroline Williams, 45–57. (Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 2005. xxviii, 345 pp. Paper, $42.00, isbn 1-931666-15-6.)

Davies, Thomas Y., Randolph N. Jonakait, and Peter Tillers, “Symposium: Crawford and beyond—Exploring the Future of the Confrontation Clause in Light of Its Past,” Brooklyn Law Review, 71 (Fall 2005), 105–239.

Dippel, Horst, “The Rise of Modern Constitutionalism and the Relevance of American State Constitutions,” in Atlantic Passages: Constitution—Immigration—Internationalization, ed. Andreas Etges and Ursula Lehmkuhl, 57068. (Münster: lit, 2006. 184 pp. €29.90, isbn 3-8258-9344-8.)

Forgette, Richard, and John W. Winkle, “Partisan Gerrymandering and the Voting Rights Act,” Social Science Quarterly, 87 (March 2006), 155–73.

Goldberg, Suzanne B., “A Historical Guide to the Future of Marriage for Same-Sex Couples,” Columbia Journal of Gender and Law, 15 (no.1, 2006), 249–72.

Hockett, Robert, “A Jeffersonian Republican by Hamiltonian Means: Values, Constraints, and Finance in the Design of a Comprehensive and Contemporary ‘Ownership Society,’” Southern California Law Review, 79 (Nov. 2005), 45–164.

Howard, A.E. Dick, “Willi Paul Adams and American Constitutionalism,” in Atlantic Passages: Constitution—Immigration—Internationalization, ed. Andreas Etges and Ursula Lehmkuhl, 45–56. (Münster: lit, 2006. 184 pp. €29.90, isbn 3-8258-9344-8.)

Kelly, M. Ruth Reilly, “‘Rightfully Theirs and Valid in the Law’: Western Pennsylvania Land Wars, 1792–1810,” Pennsylvania History, 71 (Winter 2004), 25–51.

Krakau, Knud, “Hate Speech under the Constitution,” in Atlantic Passages: Constitution—Immigration—Internationalization, ed. Andreas Etges and Ursula Lehmkuhl, 87–104. (Münster: lit, 2006. 184 pp. €29.90, isbn 3-8258-9344-8.)

Larkins, John K., Jr., “Judge Fite’s Contempt: Race and the Rule of Law in Early Twentieth Century Georgia,” Georgia Historical Quarterly, 90 (Spring 2006), 62–95.

Lash, Kurt T., “James Madison’s Celebrated Report of 1800: The Transformation of the Tenth Amendment,” George Washington Law Review, 74 (Feb. 2006), 165–200.

Levine, Samuel J., “Rediscovering Julius Henry Cohen and the Origins of the Business/Profession Dichotomy: A Study in the Discourse of Early Twentieth Century Legal Professionalism,” American Journal of Legal History, 47 (Jan. 2005), 1–34.

Lugosi, Charles I., “When Abortion Was a Crime: A Historical Perspective,” University of Detroit Mercy Law Review, 83 (Winter 2006), 51–69.

Maxey, David W., “The Honorable Proprieties v. Samuel Wallis: ‘A Matter of Great Consequence’ in the Province of Pennsylvania,” Pennsylvania History, 70 (Autumn 2003), 361–95.

Pope, Jim, “Worker Lawmaking, Sit-Down Strikes, and the Shaping of American Industrial Relations, 1935–1958,” Law & History Review, 24 (Spring 2006), 45–113.

Richards, Nelson, “The Bricker Amendment and Congress’s Failure to Check the Inflation of the Executive’s Foreign Affairs Powers, 1951–1954,” California Law Review, 94 (Jan. 2006), 175–213.

Robertson, Stephen, “What’s Law Got to Do with It? Legal Records and Sexual Histories,” Journal of the History of Sexuality, 14 (Jan./April 2005), 161–85.

Sanders, Anthony B., “The ‘New Judicial Federalism’ before Its Time: A Comprehensive Review of Economic Substantive Due Process under State Constitutional Law since 1940 and the Reasons for Its Recent Decline,” American University Law Review, 55 (Dec. 2005), 457–540.

White, Adam J., “Toward the Framers’ Understanding of ‘Advice and Consent’: A Historical and Textual Inquiry,” Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy, 29 (Fall 2005), 103–48.

 

Anderson, William D., “The President’s Agenda: Position-Taking, Legislative Support, and the Persistence of Time” (Ohio State University, 2005). Order No. DA3179685.

Barton, John Cyril, “Literary Executions: Plotting Death Sentences in U.S. Law and Literature, 1830–1925” (University of California, Irvine, 2005). Order No. DA3181245.

Benson, Kelly M., “United States Supreme Court Decisions That Have Shaped K-12 Education in America, 1972–2004” (University of Montana, 2005). Order No. DA3180758.

Grisinger, Joanna Lynn, “Reforming the State: Reorganization and the Federal Government, 1937–1964” (University of Chicago, 2005). Order No. DA3181348.

Linjun, Zhou, “Meiguo gongyong shiye guanzhifalv zhidu gaige jidui woguode qidi” (Reforms of public utility control law in the United States and its inspiration for our country) (South West Univeristy of Politics and Law, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Williams-Searle, Bridgett Mary, “Intimate Empires: Domestic Order, Property Relations, and the Law in the Western Country, 1760–1830” (University of Iowa, 2005). Order No. DA3184768.

Xlaoya, Liu, “Meiguo xingshi sifa gongzheng de xianfa baozhang” (Constitutional protection of criminal justice cases in the United States) (East China University of Politics and Law, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Xuehua, Hou, “Zhanmusi Maidixun yu Meiguo xianzhengde queli” (James Madison and the establishment of constitutional government in the United States) (Nankai University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Zorea, Aharon W., “Plurality and Law: The Rise of Law Enforcement in Organized Crime Control” (Saint Louis University, 2005). Order No. DA3185110.

 

Cho, Ji-Hyung, Tanhaek: Gamsi Kyollyokinga Jongchijok Muginga? (Impeachment: Watchdog or political weapon?). (Seoul: Chaek Se Sang, 2004. 211 pp. ₩ 5,000, isbn 89-7013-439-5.) In Korean.

Dinan, John J., The American State Constitutional Tradition. (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2006. x, 430 pp. $35.00, isbn 0-7006-1435-4.)

Dudziak, Mary L., and Leti Volpp, eds., Legal Borderlands: Law and the Construction of American Borders. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006. x, 421 pp. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-8018-8414-4.)

Long, Carolyn N., Mapp v. Ohio: Guarding against Unreasonable Searches and Seizures. (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2006. xii, 228 pp. Cloth, $35.00, isbn 0-7006-1440-0. Paper, $15.95, isbn 0-7006-1441-9.)


Latino/a

Avella, Steven M., “Building the Latino/a Catholic Presence in Sacramento, California,” U.S. Catholic Historian, 23 (Fall 2005), 17–38.

Heiskanan, Benita, “The Latinization of Boxing: A Texas Case-Study,” Journal of Sport History, 32 (Spring 2005), 6.

 

Rivera, John-Michael, The Emergence of Mexican America: Recovering Stories of Mexican Peoplehood in U.S. Culture. (New York: New York University Press, 2006. x, 211 pp. Cloth, $65.00, isbn 0-8147-7557-8. Paper, $20.00, isbn 0-8147-7558-6.)


Mass Communications

Bradshaw, Katherine A., “‘America Speaks’: George Gallup’s First Syndicated Public Opinion Poll,” Journalism History, 31 (Winter 2006), 198–205.

Cherry, James M., “Rituals of Nostalgia: Old-Fashioned Melodrama at the Millenium,” Americana, 4 (Fall 2005) http://www.americanpopularculture.com/journal/.

Chris, Cynthia, “Can You Repeat That? Patterns of Media Ownership and the Repurposing Trend,” Communication Review (Yverdon), 9 (Jan.–March 2006), 63–84.

Craig, Steve, “‘The More They Listen, the More They Buy’: Radio and the Modernizing of Rural America, 1930–1939,” Agricultural History, 80 (Winter 2006), 1–16.

Mascaro, Thomas A., “The Chilling Effect of Politics: cbs News and Documentaries during the Fin-Syn Debate in the Reagan Years,” American Journalism, 22 (Fall 2005), 69–97.

Razlogova, Elena, “True Crime Radio and Listener Disenchantment with Network Broadcasting, 1935–1946,” American Quarterly, 58 (March 2006), 137–53.

Telotte, J. P., “Lost in Space: Television as Science Fiction Icon,” Journal of Popular Film and Television, 33 (Winter 2006), 178–86.

Tyrrell, Ian, “Historians and Publics in the Early Televisual Age: Academics, Film, and the Rise of Television in the 1950s and 1960s,” Maryland Historian, 30 (Spring 2006), 41–59.

 

Fuller, Douglas B., “Media Depictions of African Americans: An Examination of the Washington Post, the New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, and the Los Angeles Times, 1978, 1988, and 1998” (Howard University, 2004). Order No. DA3184869.

Harsch, George, IV, “‘Puff Graham’: American Media, American Culture, and the Creation of Billy Graham, 1949–1953” (University of Southern Mississippi, 2005). Order No. DA3180141.

Herzberg, David L., “Designer Consciousness: Medicine, Marketing, and Identity in American Culture from Miltown to Prozac” (University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2005). Order No. DA3186190.

Ying, He, “Lengzhanhou Meiguo meiti duihua fuminabaodaode jiangouzhuyi fenxi” (An analysis of U.S. media reporting toward China after the Cold War) (Fudan University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Youxin, Guo, “Chuanyu’ tiemu’: Meiguo dui; ‘sudongguojia’ de luanzhan xuanchuan” (To cross “The Iron Curtain”: United States Cold War propaganda toward Soviet Russia and Eastern Europe, 1945–1963) (Northeast Normal University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

 

Anreus, Alejandro, Diana L. Linden, and Jonathan Weinberg, The Social and the Real: Political Art in the 1930s in the Western Hemisphere. (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2006. xxii, 362 pp. Paper, $50.00, isbn 0-271-02691-X.) Heavily illustrated.

Klinger, Barbara, Beyond the Multiplex: Cinema, New Technologies, and the Home. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2006. xii, 310 pp. Cloth, $60.00, isbn 0-520-22315-5. Paper, $24.95, isbn 0-520-24586-5.)

Rosenstone, Robert A., History on Film/Film on History. (Harlow, Eng.: Pearson, 2006. xiv, 182 pp. Paper, $27.99, isbn 0-582-50584-4.)

Seib, Philip, Broadcasts from the Blitz: How Edward R. Murrow Helped Lead America into War. (Dulles: Potomac, 2006. xii, 209 pp. $24.95, isbn 1-59797-012-3.)

Smith, David L., Hoosiers in Hollywood. (Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society, 2006. xx, 596 pp. $59.95, isbn 0-87195-194-0.) Heavily illustrated.


Material Culture and Architecture

Birmingham, Elizabeth, “The Case of Marion Mahony Griffin and the Gendered Nature of Discourse in Architectural History,” Women’s Studies, 35 (March 2006), 87–123.

Bromberg, Francine W., and Steven J. Shephard, “The Quaker Burying Ground in Alexandria, Virginia: A Study of Burial Practices of the Religious Society of Friends,” Historical Archaeology, 40 (no. 1, 2006), 57–88.

Hughes, Delos D., “A Kentucky Builder in the New South: The M. T. Lewman and Falls City Construction Companies in Alabama, 1897–1915,” Alabama Review, 59 (April 2006), 107–42.

Jacobs, James A., “William Hamilton and the Woodlands: A Construction of Refinement in Philadelphia,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 130 (April 2006), 181–209.

Kruty, Paul, “Wood Bungalows and Burnt-Clay Cottages: Building a Model Brick House at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition,” Winterthur Portfolio, 40 (Summer–Autumn 2005), 133–49.

Manca, Joseph, “On the Origins of the American Porch: Architectural Persistence in Hudson Valley Dutch Settlements,” Winterthur Portfolio, 40 (Summer–Autumn 2005), 91–132.

Pitts, Francis D., III, “The Making of a Kentucky Architect and Entrepreneur: Insights into the Life of Matthew Kennedy,” Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, 103 (Spring 2005), 493–515.

Preucel, Robert W., and Steven R. Pendery, “Envisioning Utopia: Transcendentalist and Fourierist Landscapes at Brook Farm, West Roxbury, Massachusetts,” Historical Archaeology, 40 (no. 1, 2006), 6–19.

Spencer-Wood, Suzanne M., “A Feminist Theoretical Approach to the Historical Archaeology of Utopian Communities,” Historical Archaeology, 40 (no. 1, 2006), 152–85.

Van Wormer, Heather M., “The Ties That Bind: Ideology, Material Culture, and the Utopian Ideal,” Historical Archaeology, 40 (no. 1, 2006), 37–56.

Wallace, Aurora, “A Height Deemed Appalling: Nineteenth-Century New York Newspaper Buildings,” Journalism History, 31 (Winter 2006), 178–89.

Wilson, Michael C., “The ‘Placing’ of Identity in Nomadic Societies: Aboriginal Landscapes of the Northwestern Plains of North America,” Material Culture Review (Ottawa) (no. 62, Fall 2005), 7–19.

 

Banning, Jennifer Lynn, “Feed Sack Fashions in South Louisiana, 1949–1968: The Use of Commodity Bags in Garment Construction” (Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College, 2005). Order No. DA3184046.

Marshall, Jennifer Jane, “The Stuff of Modern Life: Materiality and Thingness in the Museum of Modern Art’s Machine Art Show, 1934” (University of California, Los Angeles, 2005). Order No. DA3181735.

 

Bednar, Michael, L’Enfant’s Legacy: Public Open Spaces in Washington, D. C. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006. xii, 285 pp. $65.00, isbn 0-8018-8318-0.) Heavily illustrated.

Brooks, H. Allen, The Prairie School: Frank Lloyd Wright and His Midwest Contemporaries. (New York: Norton, 2006. xxiv, 373 pp. Paper, $25.00, isbn 0-393-73191-X.) Originally published in 1972. Heavily illustrated.

Kingwell, Mark, Nearest Thing to Heaven: The Empire State Building and American Dreams. (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2006. xiv, 235 pp. $26.00, isbn 0-300-10622-X.)

McCarter, Robert, Frank Lloyd Wright. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2006. 224 pp. Paper, $16.95, isbn 1-86189-268-3.)

Mrozowski, Stephen A., The Archaeology of Class in Urban America. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006. xviii, 190 pp. $75.00, isbn 0-521-85394-X.) Heavily illustrated.

Regan, Bob, The Bridges of Pittsburgh. (Pittsburgh: Local History Company, 2006. x, 182 pp. Paper, $22.95, isbn 0-9770429-2-8.) Heavily illustrated.

Severa, Joan L., My Likeness Taken: Daguerreian Portraits in America. (Kent: Kent State University Press, 2005. xx, 303 pp. $65.00, isbn 0-87338-837-2.) Heavily illustrated.

Smith, Ryan K., Gothic Arches, Latin Crosses: Anti-Catholicism and American Church Designs in the Nineteenth Century. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2006. xiv, 224 pp. Cloth, $55.00, isbn 0-8078-3025-9. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-8078-5689-4.)


Medicine

Bamberg, Cherry Fletcher, “Peleg Gifford’s Tale,” Rhode Island History, 63 (Fall 2005), 51–68.

Bellin, Joshua David, “Taking the Indian Cure: Thoreau, Indian Medicine, and the Performance of American Culture,” New England Quarterly, 79 (March 2006), 3–36.

Bittel, Carla, “Science, Suffrage, and Experimentation: Mary Putnam Jacobi and the Controversy over Vivisection in Late Nineteenth-Century America,” Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 79 (Winter 2005), 664–94.

Borst, Charlotte G., and Kathleen W. Jones, “As Patients and Healers: The History of Women and Medicine,” oah Magazine of History, 19 (Sept. 2005), 23–26.

Daly, Walter J., “The ‘Slows’: The Torment of Milk Sickness on the Midwest Frontier,” Indiana Magazine of History, 102 (March 2006), 29–40.

Greene, Jeremy A., “Releasing the Flood Waters: Diuril and the Reshaping of Hypertension,” Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 79 (Winter 2005), 749–94.

Herzberg, David, “‘The Pill You Love Can Turn On You’: Feminism, Tranquilizers, and the Valium Panic of the 1970’s,” American Quarterly, 58 (March 2006), 79–103.

Kopperman, Paul E., “The Medical Aspect of the Braddock and Forbes Expeditions,” Pennsylvania History, 71 (Summer 2004), 257–83.

Lederer, Susan, “Experimentation on Human Beings,” oah Magazine of History, 19 (Sept. 2005), 20–22.

Schuster, David G., “Personalizing Illness and Modernity: S. Weir Mitchell, Literary Women, and Neurasthenia, 1870–1914,” Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 79 (Winter 2005), 695–722.

Sloane, David, “‘Not Designed Merely to Heal’: Women Reformers and the Emergence of Children’s Hospitals,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (Oct. 2005), 331–54.

Smith, Susan L., “Teaching the History of Public Health and Health Reform,” oah Magazine of History, 19 (Sept. 2005), 27–29.

Tomes, Nancy, “Bodies of Evidence,” oah Magazine of History, 19 (Sept. 2005), 7–13.

Tomes, Nancy, “The Great American Medicine Show Revisited,” Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 79 (Winter 2005), 627–63.

Tuckel, Peter, et al., “The Diffusion of the Influenza Pandemic of 1918 in Hartford, Connecticut,” Social Science History, 30 (Summer 2006), 167–96.

Weaver, Karol K., “‘She Knew All the Old Remedies’: Medical Caregiving and Neighborhood Women of the Anthracite Coal Region of Pennsylvania,” Pennsylvania History, 71 (Autumn 2004), 421–44.

 

Becker, Ann Marie, “Smallpox in Washington’s Army: Strategic Implications of the Disease during the American Revolutionary War” (State University of New York, Stony Brook, 2005). Order No. DA3179616.

Bosia, Michael J., “Blood Ties: Identity, Citizenship, and the Politics of aids in France and the United States” (Northwestern University, 2005). Order No. DA3177688.

Emin-Tunc, Tanfer, “Technologies of Choice: A History of Abortion Techniques in the United States, 1850–1980” (State University of New York, Stony Brook, 2005). Order No. DA3179633.

Hatcher, Jessamyn, “Psychoanalysis and Everyday Life: The Popularization and Popular Use of Psychoanalysis in the United States, 1909–1935” (Duke University, 2004). Order No. DA3177857.

Herzberg, David L., “Designer Consciousness: Medicine, Marketing, and Identity in American Culture from Miltown to Prozac” (University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2005). Order No. DA3186190.

Hribkova, Klara, “Power, Subject, and Syphilis: Towards a Sociology of Venereal Disease in the United States, 1900–1950” (Simon Fraser University, Canada, 2004). Order No. DANR03129.

McGraw, Charles Dean, “‘Every nurse is not a sister’: Sex, Work, and the Invention of the Spanish-American War Nurse” (University of Connecticut, 2005). Order No. DA3180230.

Myers, Judith Gay, “A Socio-Historical Analysis of the Kentucky Birth Control Movement, 1933–1943” (University of Kentucky, 2005). Order No. DA3178520.

Wake, Naoko, “Private Practices: Harry Stack Sullivan, Homosexuality, and the Limits of Psychiatric Liberalism” (Indiana University, 2005). Order No. DA3178480.

 

Dickerson, James L., Yellow Fever: A Deadly Disease Poised to Kill Again. (Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus, 2006. 271 pp. $25.00, isbn 1-59102-399-8.)

Goldwasser, Eugene, Jake: Leon O. Jacobson, M.D.—The Life and Work of a Distinguished Medical Scientist. (Canton: Science History Publications, 2006. xii, 83 pp. Paper, $14.95, isbn 0-88135-279-9.)

Snyder, Sharon L., and David T. Mitchell, Cultural Locations of Disability. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2006. xiv, 245 pp. Cloth, $58.00, isbn 0-226-76731-0. Paper, $19.00, isbn 0-226-76732-9.)

Zink, Brian J., Anyone, Anything, Anytime: A History of Emergency Medicine. (Philadelphia: Mosby, 2006. xvi, 310 pp. $69.95, isbn 1-56053-710-8.) Heavily illustrated.

 

Vagelos, Roy, and Louis Galambos, The Moral Corporation: Merck Experiences. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006. x, 185 pp. Cloth, $60.00, isbn 0-521-86455-0. Paper, $18.95, isbn 0-521-68383-1.)


Military

Baker, Mary Beth, “Nathan Hale: Icon of Innocence,” Connecticut History, 45 (Spring 2006), 1–30.

Barnes, Trevor J., “Geographical Intelligence: American Geographers and Research Analysis in the Office of Strategic Services, 1941–1945,” Journal of Historical Geography (London), 32 (Jan. 2006), 149–68.

Biddle, Stephen, “Seeing Baghdad, Thinking Saigon,” Foreign Affairs, 85 (March–April 2006), 2–14.

Boehm, Mike, “Hope Rises from the Ashes of My Lai: The Madison Quakers Projects in Vietnam,” Nanzan Review of American Studies (Nagoya), 27 (2005), 27–50.

Estes, Steve, “Ask and Tell: Gay Veterans, Identity, and Oral History on a Civil Rights Frontier,” Oral History Review, 32 (Summer–Fall 2005), 21–47.

Fowler, John D., “‘The finishing stroke to the independence of the Southern Confederacy’: Perceptions of Hood’s Tennessee Campaign,” Tennessee Historical Quarterly, 64 (Fall 2005), 216–35.

Gallicchio, Marc, “What Were We Fighting For? Myth, Memory, and the Vietnam War in American Politics,” Nanzan Review of American Studies (Nagoya), 27 (2005), 15–25.

Hannah, Eleanor L., “The Gilded Age of Camp Lincoln, 1886–1916,” Chicago History, 34 (Spring 2006), 20–41. Heavily illustrated.

Hochman, Dafna, “Rehabilitating a Rogue: Libya’s wmd Reversal and Lessons for U.S. Policy,” Parameters, 36 (Spring 2006), 63–68.

Hummel, Laurel J., “The U.S. Military as Geographical Agent: The Case of Cold War Alaska,” Geographical Review, 95 (Jan. 2005), 47–72.

Johansson, M. Jane, “Gibson’s Louisiana Brigade during the 1864 Tennessee Campaign,” Tennessee Historical Quarterly, 64 (Fall 2005), 186–95.

Keefer, Louis, “One Lucky Buckeye over Germany,” Timeline, 23 (April–June 2006), 34–49. Heavily illustrated.

Kim, Nam Gyun, “1952 Nyun Miguk Daetongnyung Seongeowa Hanguk Jeongaeng” (The influence of the Korean War on the 1952 presidential election of the United States), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 20 (Nov. 2004), 141–66. In Korean.

Kwon, Oh Shin, “Eisenhower Daeoei Jeongchaekeui Gijo: ‘New Look’ Jeongchak gwa ‘Eisenhower Doctrine’” (The foundations of Eisenhower’s foreign policy: The “New Look” policy and the “Eisenhower Doctrine”), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 21 (May 2005), 141–73. In Korean.

Leiber, Keir A., and Daryl G. Press, “The Rise of U.S. Nuclear Primacy,” Foreign Affairs, 85 (March–April 2006), 42–54.

Livingston, Rebecca, “When an American City is Destroyed,” Prologue, 38 (Spring 2006), 36–44.

Lowitt, Richard, “Fort Sill Enters the Missile Age,” Chronicles of Oklahoma, 83 (Winter 2005–2006), 388–430.

Macias, Richard, “‘We All Had a Cause’: Kansas City’s Bomber Plant, 1941–1945,” Kansas History, 28 (Winter 2005–2006), 244–61. Heavily illustrated.

Mayer, Holly A., “From Forts to Families: Following the Army into Western Pennsylvania,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 130 (Jan. 2006), 5–43.

Ortiz, Stephen R., “The ‘New Deal’ for Veterans: The Economy Act, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and the Origins of New Deal Dissent,” Journal of Military History, 70 (April 2006), 415–38.

Phillips, Gervase, “Warhorses of the U.S. Civil War,” History Today (London), 55 (Dec. 2005), 10–17.

Plunkett, W. Howard, “Radar Bombing during Rolling Thunder—Part I: Ryan’s Raiders,” Air Power History, 53 (Spring 2006), 4–21.

Ramage, James A., “Recent Historiography of Guerrilla Warfare in the Civil War—A Review Essay,” Register of the Kentucky Historical Society, 103 (Spring 2005), 517–41.

Severance, Ben H., “Tennessee’s ‘Fighting Joe’: The Civil War Experience of General Joseph A. Cooper,” Tennessee Historical Quarterly, 64 (Fall 2005), 196–215.

Sheingate, Adam D., and Takakazu Yamagishi, “Occupation Politics: American Interests and the Struggle over Health Insurance in Postwar Japan,” Social Science History, 30 (Spring 2006), 137–64.

Spanbauer, Jeffrey A., “Gift Giving and Acting the Role of ‘Father’ in the Illinois Country: John Wilkins’s Journal of Transactions with the Indians, 1768–1772,” Journal of Illinois History, 8 (Winter 2005), 295–320.

Trowbridge, John M., “‘Doomed to Their Fate’: Kentuckians at Dudley’s Defeat, 5 May 1813, Part Two,” Kentucky Ancestors, 40 (Summer 2005), 191–204.

Weaver, Michael E., “The Volunteers of 1941: The Pennsylvania National Guard and Continuity in American Military Policy,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Summer 2005), 347–68.

Yoshimitsu, Miyakawa, “Japan’s Modernization vs. American Expansionist Thrust into East Asia at the Turn of the Last Century: The Russo-Japanese War of 1904–5,” Nanzan Review of American Studies (Nagoya), 27 (2005), 51–63.

 

Becker, Ann Marie, “Smallpox in Washington’s Army: Strategic Implications of the Disease during the American Revolutionary War” (State University of New York, Stony Brook, 2005). Order No. DA3179616.

Beiqing, Guo, “Aisenhaoweier zhengfu guojia anquan zhengce yanjiu” (On the national security policy of the Eisenhower administration) (Northeast Normal University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Crager, Kelly Eugene, “Lone Star under the Rising Sun: Texas’s ‘Lost Battalion,’ 2nd Battalion, 131st Field Artillery Regiment, during World War II” (University of North Texas, 2005). Order No. DA3181039.

Daly, Lisa Jean, “Defending a Way of Life: Civil Defense in the United States, 1940–1963” (Syracuse University, 2005). Order No. DA3182635.

Hui, Xu, “Cong Bosiwan dao Chaoxianbandao: Hou lengzhan shiqi Meiguo weiji guanli bijiao yanjiu” (From the Persian Gulf to the Korean peninsula: Comparative research on American crisis management in the post–Cold War period) (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Jianguo, Ma, “Kangrizhanzheng shiqide Zhongmei junshi hezuo, 1937–1945” (Sino–United States military cooperation in the anti-Japanese period, 1937–1945) (Central China Normal University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Junxi, Su, “Luanzhao yilai Chaoxibandao jushide yanbian yu zhuhan meihun de weilai” (On the development of the Korean peninsula and the future of the United States army in Korea since the Cold War) (Fudan University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Kinsella, Timothy P., “A World of Hurt: Art Music and the American War in Vietnam” (University of Washington, 2005). Order No. DA3178088.

Laderman, Scott, “Witnessing the Past: History, Tourism, and Memory in Vietnam, 1930–2002” (University of Minnesota, 2005). Order No. DA3180001.

Shuang, Zhang, “‘Meiguozhishang’: Dui luanzhanhou meiguo guojia anquan zhanlue baogao de yizhong jiedu” (“American supremacy”: An explanation of the post–Cold War national security strategy of the United States) (Fudan University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Shuyun, Zheng, “Dnaji baquan—20shiji Meiguo guoce qiangdude sanci tisheng” (Mono-hegemony: Three ways the United States promoted national strength in the twentieth century) (Jilin University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Tangfeng, Wang, “Zhianade qianzou: 1941–1954nian Meiguo duiyue zhengcede yanbian” (A prelude to catastrophe: The development of American policy toward Vietnam, 1941–1954) (Fudan University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Tietchen, Todd F., “Soldiers, Pacifists, and Secret Agents: Militarization and the Cold War Public Arena” (University of Washington, 2005).

Xiaoyan, Jiang, “Meiguo guohui yu duihua anquan zhengce” (The United States Congress and security policy toward China, 1989–2003) (Fudan University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Xumeng, Yang, “Chaoxianbandao weiji yu Zhongmeiguanxi” (The Korean peninsula crisis and Sino–United States relations) (cpc Party College, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Yingchun, Yu, “Meiguo qujue ‘Quanmian jinzhi heshiyan tiaoyue’ zhi yanjiu” (On U.S. refusal to sign a nuclear test-ban treaty) (Fudan University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Yingying, He, “Lu n luanzhanhou Rimei junshi tongmengzhng de muca guanxi” (On frictions in the U.S.-Japan military alliance after World War II) (Fudan University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Yiwei, Guo, “LengZhan yilai meiguo de anquan zhanlue he anq1uanguan” (United States security strategy and safety outlook since the Cold War) (Centre China Normal University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Yuduo, Zhang, “Xinganshezhuyi yanjiu—Yi Meiguo weizhongxin” (On the new interventionism: The United States as the center) (Jilin University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Zhan, Xin, “Dulumen zhengfu guojia anquan zhengce yanjiu” (On the national security policy of the Truman administration) (Northeast Normal University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

 

Baker, Nancy V., General Ashcroft: Attorney at War. (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2006. xii, 322 pp. $34.95, isbn 0-7006-1455-9.)

Brigham, Robert K., arvn: Life and Death in the South Vietnamese Army. (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2006. xiv, 178 pp. $29.95, isbn 0-7006-1433-8.)

Brune, Lester H., The United States and the Balkan Crisis, 1990–2005: Conflict in Bosnia and Kosovo. (Claremont: Regina, 2006. vi, 149 pp. Paper, $14.95, isbn 0-930053-39-8.)

Buell, Hal, Uncommon Valor, Common Virtue: Iwo Jima and the Photograph That Captured America. (New York: Berkley, 2006. xiv, 258 pp. $28.95, isbn 0-425-20980-6.) Heavily illustrated. Includes dvd.

Burrell, Robert S., The Ghosts of Iwo Jima. (College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 2006. xviii, 262 pp. $29.95, isbn 1-58544-483-9.)

Cha, Sangchul, Hanmi Dongmaeng 50 Nyon (Fifty years of the Korean-American alliance). (Seoul: Sanggak ui Namu, 2004. 297 pp. ₩ 15,000, isbn 89-8498-389-6.) In Korean.

Cheong, Sunghwa, Naengjeongwa Migukeu Haekjeongchaek (The Cold War and American nuclear policy). (Seoul: Myungji University Press, 2005. 111 pp. ₩ 15,000, isbn 89-7335-055-2.) In Korean.

Fleek, Sherman L., History May Be Searched in Vain: A Military History of the Mormon Battalion. (Spokane: Clark, 2006. 414 pp. $37.50, isbn 0-87062-343-5.)

Gallagher, Gary W., ed., The Shenandoah Valley Campaign of 1864. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2006. xxii, 392 pp. $45.00, isbn 0-8078-3005-4.) Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.

Hacker, Barton C., with Margaret Vining, American Military Technology: The Life Story of a Technology. (Westport: Greenwood, 2006. xxiv, 205 pp. $45.00, isbn 0-313-33308-4.) Heavily illustrated.

Hall, Harry H., A Johnny Reb from Salem: The Pride of Tarheelia. (Raleigh: North Carolina Office of Archives and History, 2006. xxii, 288 pp. Paper, $26.00, isbn 0-86526-320-5.)

Hall, James R., Den of Misery: Indiana’s Civil War Prison. (Gretna: Pelican, 2006. 159 pp. $25.00, isbn 1-58980-351-0.)

Hiam, C. Michael, Who the Hell Are We Fighting? The Story of Sam Adams and the Vietnam Intelligence Wars. (South Royalton: Steerforth, 2006. 326 pp. $25.95, isbn 1-58642-104-2.)

Holderegger, Thomas, Die trilateralen Verhandlungen 1966/1967. Der erste Schritt der Administration Johnson zur Lösung der nato-Krise (The trilateral negotiations of 1966/1967. The first step of the Johnson administration to solve the nato crisis). (Zurich: eth Zentrum, 2006. 330 pp. Paper, isbn 3-905696-06-1.) In German.

Holzer, Harold, and Tim Mulligan, eds., The Battle of Hampton Roads: New Perpsectives on the uss Monitor and css Virginia. (New York: Fordham University Press, 2006. xviii, 222 pp. Cloth, $44.95, isbn 0-8232-2480-5. Paper, $24.95, isbn 0-8232-2481-3.) Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.

Homsher, David C., American Battlefields of World War I, Château-Thierry—Then and Now: A Guidebook, Anthology, and Photographic Essay. (San Mateo, Calif.: Battleground Productions, 2006. 304 pp. Paper, $39.95, isbn 0-9702443-0-7.) Heavily illustrated.

Meyer, G. J., A World Undone: The Story of the Great War, 1914 to 1918. (New York: Bantam, 2006. xxxiv, 670 pp. $28.00, isbn 0-553-80354-9.)

Morris, Rob, Untold Valor: Forgotten Stories of American Bomber Crews over Europe in World War II. (Dulles: Potomac, 2006. xxii, 255 pp. Paper, $19.95, isbn 1-57488-999-0.)

Nelson, James L., Benedict Arnold’s Navy: The Ragtag Fleet That Lost the Battle of Lake Champlain but Won the American Revolution. (Boston: McGraw Hill, 2006. xvi, 386 pp. $24.95, isbn 0-07-146806-4.)

Shellum, Brian G., Black Cadet in a White Bastion: Charles Young at West Point. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2006. xxii, 175 pp. $16.95, isbn 0-8032-9315-1.)

Smith, Timothy B., The Untold Story of Shiloh: The Battle and the Battlefield. (Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2006. xxii, 206 pp. $34.00, isbn 1-57233-466-5.)

Sweeney, Jerry K., ed., A Handbook of American Military History: From the Revolutionary War to the Present. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2006. xiv, 383 pp. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-8032-9337-2.) Second edition.

Tucker, Jonathan B., War of Nerves: Chemical Warfare from World War I to Al-Qaeda. (New York: Pantheon, 2006. xii, 479 pp. $30.00, isbn 0-375-42229-3.)

Van Tassel, David D., with John Vacha, “Behind Bayonets”: The Civil War in Northern Ohio. (Kent: Kent State University Press, 2006. x, 125 pp. $35.00, isbn 0-87338-850-X.) Heavily illustrated.

White, David Fairbank, Bitter Ocean: The Battle of the Atlantic, 1939–1945. (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2006. 350 pp. $26.00, isbn 0-7432-2929-0.)

Whitlock, Flint, Distant Bugles, Distant Drums: The Union Response to the Confederate Invasion of New Mexico. (Boulder: University Press of Colorado, 2006. xxii, 293 pp. $29.95, isbn 0-87081-835-X.)

Young, Marilyn B., and Robert Buzzanco, eds., A Companion to the Vietnam War. (Malden: Blackwell, 2006. xii, 514 pp. Paper, $39.95, isbn 1-4051-4983-3.) Originally published in 2002.

 

Browne, George, An American Soldier in World War I, ed. David L. Snead. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2006. xiv, 199 pp. $29.95, isbn 0-8032-1351-4.)

Davis, James M., In Hostile Skies: An American B-24 Pilot in World War II, ed. David L. Snead. (Denton: University of North Texas Press, 2006. xxii, 226 pp. $27.95, isbn 1-57441-209-4.)

Franklin, Robert “Doc Joe,” Medic! How I Fought World War II with Morphine, Sulfa, and Iodine Swabs. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2006. xviii, 151 pp. $21.95, isbn 0-8032-2014-6.)

Kollander, Patricia, with John O’Sullivan, “I Must Be Part of This War”: A German American’s Fight against Hitler and Nazism. (New York: Fordham University Press, 2005. xviii, 254 pp. $32.95, isbn 0-8232-2528-3.)

Lengel, Edward G., ed., The Papers of George Washington: Revolutionary War Series, vol. 15: May–June 1778. (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2006. xxxviii, 670 pp. $85.00, isbn 0-8139-2522-3.)

Messent, Peter, and Steve Courtney, eds., The Civil War Letters of Joseph Hopkins Twichell: A Chaplain’s Story. (Athens: University of Georgia Press, 2006. xvi, 333 pp. $34.95, isbn 0-8203-2693-3.)

Shively, John C., The Last Lieutenant: A Foxhole View of the Epic Battle for Iwo Jima. (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2006. xviii, 128 pp. $27.95, isbn 0-253-34728-9.)

Vernon, Alex, Most Succinctly Bred. (Kent: Kent State University Press, 2006. xii, 100 pp. $16.95, isbn 0-87338-855-0.)


Music

Bakker, Gerben, “The Making of a Music Multinational: PolyGram’s International Businesses, 1945–1998,” Business History Review, 80 (Spring 2006), 81–123.

Bonnin, Jeri W., “Katinka Dániel and Her Contributions to Kodály Pedagogy in the United States,” Journal of Historical Research in Music Education, 27 (Oct. 2005), 49–64.

Carithers, David, “Steve Earle and the Possibilities of Pragmatism,” Americana, 4 (Fall 2005) http://www.americanpopularculture.com/journal/.

Crawford, Richard, “Where Did Porgy and Bess Come From?,” Journal of Interdisciplinary History, 36 (Spring 2006), 697–734.

Elles, Marios, “Chinese Whispers: Jimi Hendrix, Fame, and ‘The Star Spangled Banner,’” 49th Parallel (Birmingham) (no. 17, Spring 2006) http://www.49thparallel.bham.ac.uk.

Gleason, Bruce P., “U.S. Mounted Bands and Cavalry Field Musicians in the Union Army during the Civil War—Background, Duties, and Training,” Journal of Historical Research in Music Education, 27 (April 2006), 102–19.

Horowitz, Joseph, “Music and the Gilded Age: Social Control and Sacralization Revisited,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 3 (July 2004), 227–45.

Joyner, Charles, “A Region in Harmony: Southern Music and the Sound Track of Freedom,” Journal of Southern History, 72 (Feb. 2006), 3–38.

Lindstrom, Linda, “The Lehi Brass Band,” Utah Historical Quarterly, 74 (Winter 2006), 47–65.

Marcus, Kenneth H., “Living the Los Angeles Renaissance: A Tale of Two Black Composers,” Journal of African American History, 91 (Winter 2006), 55–72.

May, Lissa Fleming, “Early Musical Development of Selected African American Jazz Musicians in Indianapolis in the 1930s and 1940s,” Journal of Historical Research in Music Education, 27 (Oct. 2005), 21–32.

McGill, Jason, “The Celebrity Club: Social Change in Postwar Providence,” Rhode Island History, 63 (Summer 2005), 31–48. Heavily illustrated.

Moon, Kyung-Suk, “The Commencement of the Manhattanville Music Curriculum Program: 1957–1966,” Journal of Historical Research in Music Education, 27 (April 2006), 71–84.

Newbury, Michael, “Polite Gaiety: Cultural Hierarchy and Musical Comedy, 1893–1904,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (Oct. 2005), 381–407.

Spurgeon, Alan L., “msnc Comes of Age: George Oscar Brown and the 1928 Conference,” Journal of Historical Research in Music Education, 27 (Oct. 2005), 3–20.

Tobin, R. Nicholas, “A Chronicle of the First Degrees: Music Teacher Training from Normal School to State College,” Journal of Historical Research in Music Education, 27 (April 2006), 85–101.

Vieker, Jon D., “‘Who from Our Mothers’ Arms’: The Story of the Hymnals That Came Before Us,” Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly, 79 (Spring 2006), 2–25.

Whitmer, Mariana, “Songs with Social Significance: An Introduction,” oah Magazine of History, 19 (July 2005), 9–16, 22.

Woodard, Patricia, “Musical Life at Ocean Grove, New Jersey: The First Fifty Years, 1869–1919, Part II,” Methodist History, 44 (April 2006), 140–52.

 

Ames, Jeffery L., “A Pioneering Twentieth-Century African-American Musician: The Choral Works of George T. Walker” (Florida State University, 2005). Order No. DA3183034.

Carney, Courtney Patterson, “Jazz and the Cultural Transformation of America in the 1920s” (Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College, 2003). Order No. DA3182877.

Granade, Samuel Andrew, II, “‘I was a bum once myself’: Harry Partch, ‘U.S. Highball,’ and the Dust Bowl in the American Imagination” (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2005). Order No. DA3182271.

Kinsella, Timothy P., “A World of Hurt: Art Music and the American War in Vietnam” (University of Washington, 2005). Order No. DA3178088.

Meredith, Sarah, “With a Banjo on Her Knee: Gender, Race, Class, and the American Classical Banjo Tradition, 1880–1915” (Florida State University, 2003). Order No. DA3183093.

Stephens, Vincent Lamar, “Queering the Textures of Rock and Roll History” (University of Maryland, College Park, 2005). Order No. DA3178641.

Van Nostrand, Jill, “Minstrelsy in Post–Civil War New York, 1865–1870” (City University of New York, 2005). Order No. DA3187433.

 

Dargan, William T., Lining Out the Word: Dr. Watts Hymn Singing in the Music of Black Americans. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2006. xvi, 320 pp. $45.00, isbn 0-520-23448-0.)

Gennari, John, Blowin’ Hot and Cold: Jazz and Its Critics. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2006. xiv, 480 pp. $35.00, isbn 0-226-28922-2.)

 

Sanders, Paul D., ed., Lyrics and Borrowed Tunes of the American Temperance Movement. (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2006. x, 281 pp. $49.95, isbn 0-8262-1645-8.)

Silver, Horace, Let’s Get to the Nitty Gritty: The Autobiography of Horace Silver, ed. Phil Pastras. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2006. xviii, 264 pp. $29.95, isbn 0-520-24374-9.)


Naval and Maritime

Byl, Neil F., “William Moulton’s Endless Revolution: Deep-Sea Mutiny and Frontier Politics in the Early American Republic,” Pennsylvania History, 69 (Summer 2002), 393–428.

Douma, Michael J., “Struggle against the Sand: The Development of the Harbor at Holland, Michigan, 1847–1881,” Inland Seas, 61 (Winter 2005), 282–93.

Levinson, Marc, “Container Shipping and the Decline of New York, 1955–1975,” Business History Review, 80 (Spring 2006), 49–80.

 

Long, Charles Thomas, “Green Water Revolution: The War for American Independence on the Waters of the Southern Chesapeake Theater” (George Washington University, 2005). Order No. DA3183145.

 

Holzer, Harold, and Tim Mulligan, eds., The Battle of Hampton Roads: New Perpsectives on the uss Monitor and css Virginia. (New York: Fordham University Press, 2006. xviii, 222 pp. Cloth, $44.95, isbn 0-8232-2480-5. Paper, $24.95, isbn 0-8232-2481-3.) Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.

White, David Fairbank, Bitter Ocean: The Battle of the Atlantic, 1939–1945. (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2006. 350 pp. $26.00, isbn 0-7432-2929-0.)


Politics

Adeleke, Tunde, “Violence as an Option for Free Blacks in Nineteenth-Century America,” Canadian Review of American Studies/Revue canadienne d’études américaines (Ottawa), 35 (no. 1, 2005), 87–107.

Armstrong, Robert D., “‘Impenetrable Obscurity’: The Comptroller, the Secretary, and Territorial Printing,” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 99 (Sept. 2005), 411–25.

Astié-Burgos, Walter, “Mexico and the United Nations,” Voices of Mexico (Mexico City), 74 (Jan.–March 2006), 13–18.

Barry, Rick, “Ethics Issues for Creators, Managers, and Users of Records,” in Political Pressure and the Archival Record, ed. Margaret Procter, Michael Cook, and Caroline Williams, 131–49. (Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 2005. xxviii, 345 pp. Paper, $42.00, isbn 1-931666-15-6.)

Becker, Matt, “A Point of Little Hope: Hippie Horror Films and the Politics of Ambivalence,” Velvet Light Trap, 57 (Spring 2006), 42–59.

Berg, Manfred, “From Disfranchisement to Minority Vote Dilution: The U.S. Supreme Court and Black Voting Rights since the Civil Rights Revolution,” in Atlantic Passages: Constitution—Immigration—Internationalization, ed. Andreas Etges and Ursula Lehmkuhl, 73–86. (Münster: lit, 2006. 184 pp. €29.90, isbn 3-8258-9344-8.)

Blinka, Daniel D., “Jefferson and Juries: The Problem of Law, Reason, and Politics in the New Republic,” American Journal of Legal History, 47 (Jan. 2005), 35–103.

Bourque, Monique, “Populating the Poorhouse: A Reassessment of Poor Relief in the Antebellum Delaware Valley,” Pennsylvania History, 70 (Autumn 2003), 397–432.

Bradsher, Greg, “A Founding Father in Dissent,” Prologue, 38 (Spring 2006), 30–35.

Brands, Hal, “Progress Unseen: U.S. Arms Control Policy and the Origins of Détente, 1963–1968,” Diplomatic History, 30 (April 2006), 253–85.

Brands, Hal, “The Emperor’s New Clothes: American Views of Hirohito after World War II,” Historian, 68 (Spring 2006), 1–28.

Brewin, Mark, “The Freak Election Bet and the Performance of the Democratic Paradox,” Communication Review (Yverdon), 9 (Jan.–March 2006), 37–62.

Cafferata, Patty, and Dale Erquiaga, “Special Interests Run Amuck: State Treasurer Eben Rhoades,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly, 48 (Winter 2005), 465–85.

Cho, Ji-Hyung, “Miguk eui Daetongryong Tanhaekgwa Ipheonchji” (The presidential impeachment and original intent), Migukhak Nonjip/Korean Journal of American Studies (Seoul), 36 (Winter 2004), 324–35. In Korean.

Cho, Ji-Hyung, “Privacy eui Euimi yeoa Seong eui Jeongchi” (The meanings of privacy and the politics of sexuality), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 19 (May 2004), 79–116. In Korean.

Choi, Myung-Duk, “The Background of the Christian Right and Their Involvement in Politics,” Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 19 (May 2004), 159–74.

Cole, Allen F., “Asserting His Authority: James Buchanan’s Failed Vindication,” Pennsylvania History, 70 (Winter 2003), 81–97.

Collins, William J., “The Political Economy of State Fair Housing Laws before 1968,” Social Science History, 30 (Spring 2006), 15–49.

Connolly, James J., “The Public Good and the Problem of Pluralism in Lincoln Steffen’s Civic Imagination,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (April 2005), 125–47.

Connors, Thomas James, “The Bush Administration and ‘Information Lockdown,’” in Political Pressure and the Archival Record, ed. Margaret Procter, Michael Cook, and Caroline Williams, 195–208. (Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 2005. xxviii, 345 pp. Paper, $42.00, isbn 1-931666-15-6.)

Cox, Dwayne, “Title Company v. County Recorder: A Case Study in Open Records Litigation, 1874–1918,” in Political Pressure and the Archival Record, ed. Margaret Procter, Michael Cook, and Caroline Williams, 45–57. (Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 2005. xxviii, 345 pp. Paper, $42.00, isbn 1-931666-15-6.)

Darmofal, David, “The Political Geography of Macro-level Turnout in American Political Development,” Political Geography (Oxford), 25 (Feb. 2006), 123–50.

Davies, Thomas Y., Randolph N. Jonakait, and Peter Tillers, “Symposium: Crawford and beyond—Exploring the Future of the Confrontation Clause in Light of Its Past,” Brooklyn Law Review, 71 (Fall 2005), 105–239.

Denney, Susan G., “The Woman Suffrage Movement in the Texas Panhandle, 1916–1920,” Panhandle-Plains Historical Review, 77 (2004), 47–63.

Dippel, Horst, “The Rise of Modern Constitutionalism and the Relevance of American State Constitutions,” in Atlantic Passages: Constitution—Immigration—Internationalization, ed. Andreas Etges and Ursula Lehmkuhl, 57068. (Münster: lit, 2006. 184 pp. €29.90, isbn 3-8258-9344-8.)

Dyson, Stephen Benedict, and Thomas Preston, “Individual Characteristics of Political Leaders and the Use of Analogy in Foreign Policy Decision Making,” Political Psychology, 27 (April 2006), 265–88.

Enyeart, John P., “Revolution or Evolution: The Socialist Party, Western Workers, and Law in the Progressive Era,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 2 (Oct. 2003), 377–402.

Esposito, Jackie R., “‘Any Tangible Thing’: The usa Patriot Act and Its Impact on Higher Education Administration,” in Political Pressure and the Archival Record, ed. Margaret Procter, Michael Cook, and Caroline Williams, 185–94. (Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 2005. xxviii, 345 pp. Paper, $42.00, isbn 1-931666-15-6.)

Ezquerra, Victor Junco, “Guerra Fría en Hollywood: Construcciones de identidad y alteridad en el ciclo de cine anticomunista, 1948–1952” (The Cold War in Hollywood: Constructions of identity and other in a cycle of anti-communist cinema, 1948–1952), Revista Canaria de Estudios Ingleses (Tenerife) (no. 49, 2004), 215–32. In Spanish.

Fearon, Peter, “Taxation, Spending, Budgets: Public Finance in Kansas during the Great Depression,” Kansas History, 28 (Winter 2005–2006), 230–43.

Fine, Gary Alan, “The Chaining of Social Problems: Solutions and Unintended Consequences in the Age of Betrayal,” Social Problems, 53 (Feb. 2006), 3–17.

Forgette, Richard, and John W. Winkle, “Partisan Gerrymandering and the Voting Rights Act,” Social Science Quarterly, 87 (March 2006), 155–73.

Glasmeier, Amy, and Lawrence Wood, “Policy Debates Analysis of U.S. Economic Development Administration Expenditure Patterns over 30 Years,” Rethinking History (London), 10 (March 2006), 1261–74.

Goldberg, Suzanne B., “A Historical Guide to the Future of Marriage for Same-Sex Couples,” Columbia Journal of Gender and Law, 15 (no.1, 2006), 249–72.

Gunnell, John G., “Louis Hartz and the Liberal Metaphor: A Half-Century Later,” Studies in American Political Development, 19 (Oct. 2005), 196–205.

Gustafson, Melanie, “The Historiography of Gendered Political Cultures,” oah Magazine of History, 19 (March 2005), 10–13.

Hardwick, Kevin R., “Narratives of Villainy and Virtue: Governor Francis Nicholson and the Character of the Good Ruler in Early Virginia,” Journal of Southern History, 72 (Feb. 2006), 39–74.

Hauptman, Laurence M., “The Two Worlds of Aunt Dinah John (1774?–1883), Onondaga Indian,” New York History, 87 (Winter 2006), 5–27.

Hawkins, Rusty, “John C. Williams and West Texas Reclamation,” Panhandle-Plains Historical Review, 77 (2004), 33–46.

Heineman, Kenneth J., “Reformation: Monsignor Charles Owen Rice and the Fragmentation of the New Deal Electoral Coalition in Pittsburgh, 1960–1972,” Pennsylvania History, 71 (Winter 2004), 53–85.

Howard, A.E. Dick, “Willi Paul Adams and American Constitutionalism,” in Atlantic Passages: Constitution—Immigration—Internationalization, ed. Andreas Etges and Ursula Lehmkuhl, 45–56. (Münster: lit, 2006. 184 pp. €29.90, isbn 3-8258-9344-8.)

Hsieh, Chang-Tai, and Christina D. Romer, “Was the Federal Reserve Constrained by the Gold Standard during the Great Depression? Evidence from the 1932 Open Market Purchase Program,” Journal of Economic History, 66 (March 2006), 140–76.

Hwang, Haesung, “Nambukjeonjaenggi Lincoln Daetongryong eui Leadership: ‘Bulgul eui Jeonsa’” (Lincoln’s leadership during the Civil War: A “tough warrior”), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 17 (May 2003), 27–48. In Korean.

Kim, Deok-ho, “21Saegi edo ‘Pax American’ neun Yeojeonhee Ganeunghanga?” (Is “Pax Americana” still possible during the twenty-first century?), Soyangsaron/Korean Journal of Western History (Seoul), 77 (June 2003), 203–31. In Korean.

Kim, Deok-ho, “Miguk eseoeui Minjujueui wa Sahaegeahyeok eu Giwon gwa Seonggyeok” (Democracy and the nature and origins of social reform in America), in Political Reform and Democracy in the United States of America, ed. Chan-Wook Park and Hyeon-Lee Lee, 13–52. (Seoul: Oreum, 2004. 416 pp. ₩ 15,000, isbn 89-7778-213-9.) In Korean.

Kim, Jin Hee, “The Nemesis of the New Deal: The New York State Economic Council and the Ives Committee in New York State,” Migukhak Nonjip/Korean Journal of American Studies (Seoul), 37 (Spring 2005), 66–94.

Kim, Nam Gyun, “1952 Nyun Miguk Daetongnyung Seongeowa Hanguk Jeongaeng” (The influence of the Korean War on the 1952 presidential election of the United States), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 20 (Nov. 2004), 141–66. In Korean.

Kim, Nam Gyun, “Miguk Daetongnyung Seongeo Jaedo gwa Seongeo Munwha: 1948 Nyun gwa 2004 Nyun Daetongnyung Seongeo Bigyo” (The U.S. presidential election system and culture: A comparison of the 1948 and 2004 election), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 22 (Nov. 2005), 193–222. In Korean.

Kohn, Edward, “Crossing the Rubicon: Theodore Roosevelt, Henry Cabot Lodge, and the 1884 Republican National Convention,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 5 (Jan. 2006), 19–45.

Koslow, Jennifer, “Putting It to a Vote: The Provision of Pure Milk in Progressive Era Los Angeles,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 3 (April 2004), 111–44.

Krakau, Knud, “Hate Speech under the Constitution,” in Atlantic Passages: Constitution—Immigration—Internationalization, ed. Andreas Etges and Ursula Lehmkuhl, 87–104. (Münster: lit, 2006. 184 pp. €29.90, isbn 3-8258-9344-8.)

Krimsky, Sheldon, “From Asilomar to Industrial Biotechnology: Risks, Reductionism, and Regulation,” Science as Culture (London), 14 (Dec. 2005), 309–23.

Larson, Grace H., and Henry E. Erdman, “Aaron Sapiro: Genius of Farm Co-operative Promotion, Part 2,” Western States Jewish History, 38 (Winter 2006), 171–86.

Laugen, R. Todd, “Struggles for the Public Interest: Organized Labor and State Mediation in Postwar America,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (Jan. 2005), 69–82.

Lee, Chang-Sin, “Gyeongjae Daegongwhanggi Gender Chaegaewa Miguk Yeoseong: Yeoseong Goyong Jeongcha gwa Jeongchi Network Hyeongseongeul Jungsimeuiro” (The gender system and American women in the economic depression era: The employment policy and women’s political networks), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 17 (May 2003), 121–46. In Korean.

Lee, Ju Cheon, “Alger Hiss Gancheopsageon ei daehan Yeongusajeok Geomto: Jeontongjueuijaeeui Ipjangaeseo” (Historiographical review of the Alger Hiss espionage case: A traditionalist point of view), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 22 (Nov. 2005), 119–56. In Korean.

Levine, Samuel J., “Rediscovering Julius Henry Cohen and the Origins of the Business/Profession Dichotomy: A Study in the Discourse of Early Twentieth Century Legal Professionalism,” American Journal of Legal History, 47 (Jan. 2005), 1–34.

Lewis, George, “Virginia’s Northern Strategy: Southern Segregationists and the Route to National Conservatism,” Journal of Southern History, 72 (Feb. 2006), 111–46.

Malone, Christopher, “Rethinking the End of Black Voting Rights in Antebellum Pennsylvania: Racial Ascriptivism, Partisanship, and Political Development in the Keystone State,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Autumn 2005), 466–504.

Mascaro, Thomas A., “The Chilling Effect of Politics: cbs News and Documentaries during the Fin-Syn Debate in the Reagan Years,” American Journalism, 22 (Fall 2005), 69–97.

McCormick, Charles, “From Seeing Reds to Being Feds: The Pittsburgh Bureau of Investigation Field Office in Transition,” Pennsylvania History, 69 (Summer 2002), 367–92.

McGuire, John Thomas, “Making the Case for Night Work Legislation in Progressive Era New York, 1911–1915,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 5 (Jan. 2006), 47–70.

McGuire, John Thomas, “Two Feminist Visions: Social Justice Feminism and Equal Rights, 1899–1940,” Pennsylvania History, 71 (Autumn 2004), 445–78.

Miller, John H., “Will the Real Japan Please Stand Up?,” World Policy Journal, 22 (Winter 2005), 36–46.

Mires, Charlene, “The Lure of New England and the Search for the Capital of the World,” New England Quarterly, 79 (March 2006), 37–64.

Muzaffar, Chandra, “The Relationship between Southeast Asia and the United States: A Contemporary Analysis,” Social Research, 72 (Winter 2005), 903–12.

Newbury, Michael, “Polite Gaiety: Cultural Hierarchy and Musical Comedy, 1893–1904,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (Oct. 2005), 381–407.

Ortiz, Stephen R., “The ‘New Deal’ for Veterans: The Economy Act, the Veterans of Foreign Wars, and the Origins of New Deal Dissent,” Journal of Military History, 70 (April 2006), 415–38.

Peterson, Sarah Jo, “Voting for Play: The Democratic Potential of Progressive Era Playgrounds,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 3 (April 2004), 145–75.

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Rauchway, Eric, “William McKinley and Us,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (July 2005), 235–53.

Richards, Nelson, “The Bricker Amendment and Congress’s Failure to Check the Inflation of the Executive’s Foreign Affairs Powers, 1951–1954,” California Law Review, 94 (Jan. 2006), 175–213.

Rosenbloom, Nancy J., “From Regulation to Censorship: Film and Political Culture in New York in the Early Twentieth Century,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 3 (Oct. 2004), 369–406.

Schneirow, Richard, “The Odyssey of William English Walling: Revisionism, Social Democracy, and Evolutionary Pragmatism,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 2 (Oct. 2003), 403–30.

Sherbiny, Naiem A., “America: A View from Egypt,” Social Research, 72 (Winter 2005), 831–56.

Short, Joanna, “Confederate Veteran Pensions, Occupation, and Men’s Retirement in the New South,” Social Science History, 30 (Spring 2006), 75–101.

Sklar, Martin J., “Thoughts on Capitalism and Socialism: Utopian and Realistic,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 2 (Oct. 2003), 361–76.

Son, Young-Ho, “Dilingham Wewonheo eui Imin Bogoseo: Naeyong Bunseok gwa Tadangseong ae daehan Noneui” (Reports of the Dillingham Immigration Commission: An analysis of the findings), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 20 (Nov. 2004), 89–118. In Korean.

Sowards, Adam M., “William O. Douglas’s Wilderness Politics: Public Protest and Committees of Correspondence in the Pacific Northwest,” Western Historical Quarterly, 37 (Spring 2006), 21–42.

Spalding, Elizabeth Edwards, “True Believers,” Wilson Quarterly, 30 (Spring 2006), 40–48.

Stourzh, Gerald, “‘Members Only’: Willi Adams and Equality in Revolutionary America—Some Lessons for the Understanding of American Constitutionalism,” in Atlantic Passages: Constitution—Immigration—Internationalization, ed. Andreas Etges and Ursula Lehmkuhl, 33–44. (Münster: lit, 2006. 184 pp. €29.90, isbn 3-8258-9344-8.)

Strahan, Randall, Matthew Gunning, and Richard L. Vining Jr., “From Moderator to Leader: Floor Participation by U.S. House Speakers, 1789–1841,” Social Science History, 30 (Spring 2006), 51–74.

Tamas, Bernard Ivan, “A Divided Political Elite: Why Congress Banned Multimember Districts in 1842,” New Political Science, 28 (March 2006), 23–44.

Tananbaum, Duane, “‘I Can Leave the Combination of My Safe to Colonel Lehman’: Herbert Lehman and Franklin Roosevelt—Working Together to Improve the Lives of New Yorkers and People All over the World,” New York History, 87 (Winter 2006), 89–133.

Theriault, Sean M., “Party Politics during the Louisiana Purchase,” Social Science History, 30 (Summer 2006), 293–323.

Trees, Andy, “The Diary of William Maclay and Political Manners in the First Congress,” Pennsylvania History, 69 (Spring 2002), 210–29.

Turner, Leland, “The Livestock Lobby: Murdo Mackenzie, Railroad Reform, Cattle Associations, and Progressive Legislation,” Panhandle-Plains Historical Review, 77 (2004), 14–34.

Warshauer, Matthew, “Contested Mourning: The New York Battle over Andrew Jackson’s Death,” New York History, 87 (Winter 2006), 29–65.

Weir, Margaret, “States, Race, and the Decline of New Deal Liberalism,” Studies in American Political Development, 19 (Oct. 2005), 157–72.

Wells, Christopher W., “The Changing Nature of Country Roads: Farmers, Reformers, and the Shifting Uses of Rural Space, 1880–1905,” Agricultural History, 80 (Spring 2006), 143–66.

White, Richard, “The Bullmoose and the Bear: Theodore Roosevelt and John Wanamaker Struggle Over the Spoils,” Pennsylvania History, 71 (Winter 2004), 1–24.

Whitford, Andrew B., Jeff Yates, and Holona L. Ochs, “Ideological Extremism and Public Participation,” Social Science Quarterly, 87 (March 2006), 36–54.

Whorley, Tywanna, “The Tuskegee Syphilis Study: Access and Control over Controversial Records,” in Political Pressure and the Archival Record, ed. Margaret Procter, Michael Cook, and Caroline Williams, 109–14. (Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 2005. xxviii, 345 pp. Paper, $42.00, isbn 1-931666-15-6.)

Wolkoff, Adam, “Creating a Suburban Ghetto: Public Housing at New Haven’s West Rock, 1945–1979,” Connecticut History, 45 (Spring 2006), 56–93.

Worthen, James, “Sunny Jim in the Boiling Cauldron: The Fatal First Year of the Rolph Administration,” California History, 83 (no. 3, 2006), 28–44, 64–65. Heavily illustrated.

Yang, Jae Yul, “Kansas-Nebrask Beopan gwa Jiyeokjueui” (The Kansas-Nebraska Act and sectionalism), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 22 (Nov. 2005), 1–28. In Korean.

 

Anderson, William D., “The President’s Agenda: Position-Taking, Legislative Support, and the Persistence of Time” (Ohio State University, 2005). Order No. DA3179685.

Bass, Jeffrey David, “Cold Warrior Coterie: Senate Democrats and Presidential Foreign Policy, 1953–1973” (University of Connecticut, 2005). Order No. DA3180186.

Bosia, Michael J., “Blood Ties: Identity, Citizenship, and the Politics of aids in France and the United States” (Northwestern University, 2005). Order No. DA3177688.

Bu, Xiangguo, “Qaianjiu yu Zhipei” (Compromise and control: American policy of peace negotiations toward the state of Israel, 1973–1979) (Fudan University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Butler-Smith, Alice A., “Imitations of Influence: Eisenhower, the Jews, and the Middle East” (University of Kansas, 2005). Order No. DA3185133.

Cahoon, Heather M., “For Better or for Worse: Flathead Indian Reservation Governance and Sovereignty” (University of Montana, 2005). Order No. DA3179158.

Cao, Lingjun, “Baguojitian yanjiu—Cong G7 dao G8” (On the eight country group— From G7 to G8) (cpc Party College, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Cohn, Lora Ann, “Eisenhower’s Middle Way: The Domestic Policy Rhetoric of a Successful Preemptive President” (University of Kansas, 2005). Order No. DA3185140.

Coil, William Russell, “‘New Deal Republican’: James A. Rhodes and the Transformation of the Republican Party, 1933–1983” (Ohio State University, 2005). Order No. DA3180621.

Daly, Lisa Jean, “Defending a Way of Life: Civil Defense in the United States, 1940–1963” (Syracuse University, 2005). Order No. DA3182635.

Dennis, Donna I., “Obscenity Regulation, New York City, and the Creation of American Erotica, 1820–1880” (Princeton University, 2005). Order No. DA3181608.

Dochuk, Darren, “From Bible Belt to Sunbelt: Plain Folk Religion, Grassroots Politics, and the Southernization of Southern California, 1939–1969” (University of Notre Dame, 2005). Order No. DA3181536.

Erickson, David James, “Community Capitalism: How Housing Advocates, the Private Business Sector, and Government Forged New Low-Income Housing Policy, 1964–1996” (University of California, Berkeley, 2005). Order No. DA3187029.

Fang, Wang, “Meiguo guohui yu meiguo duihua renquan waijiao zhengce” (The United States Congress and United States civil rights policy toward China, 1980–2003) (Fudan University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Grisinger, Joanna Lynn, “Reforming the State: Reorganization and the Federal Government, 1937–1964” (University of Chicago, 2005). Order No. DA3181348.

Guorong, Xie, “Minquan yundongde qianchou: Dulumen dangzhengshiqi meiguo heiren minquanyundong wenti yanjiu” (A prelude to the civil rights movement: African American civil rights in the Truman administration period) (Nankai University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Hongyan, Xu, “Meiguo guohui yu Zhongmei guanxi, 1949–1979” (The United States Congress and Sino–United States relations, 1949–1979) (Fudan University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Janssen, Volker, “Convict Labor, Civic Welfare: Rehabilitation in California’s Prisons, 1941–1971” (University of California, San Diego, 2005). Order No. DA3179290.

Jianhong, Wang, “Meiguo fantuolasi wenti yanjiu” (Anti-trust issues in the United States) (Nankai University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Jinapin, Chen, “Zai ‘Gongpingshizheng’ de qizhixia—Dulumen zhengfu neizheng yanjiu” (Under the flag of the “Square Deal”— Research on the domestic policy of the Truman administration) (East China Normal University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Kagan, Robert William, “The Sources of American Conduct in International Affairs: From the Colonial Era to the Civil War” (American University, 2005). Order No. DA3182557.

Kaplan, Michael Alan, “Friendship and Citizenship in the Liberal Imaginary” (Northwestern University, 2005). Order No. DA3177739.

Knight, Misty Lynn Ellis, “From Private to Public Life: Rhetoric of First Ladies in Their First Year” (University of Southern Mississippi, 2005). Order No. DA3180145.

Lan, Zhang, “Wudeluo Weierxun shehui sixiang yanjiu” (On Woodrow Wilson’s social ideas) (Fudan University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Leonard, Joe E., Jr., “‘We are catchin’ hell down here’: The Struggle for Public Accommodations and Voter Franchisement by the Congress of Racial Equality in Louisiana, 1960–1965” (Howard University, 2005). Order No. DA3184879.

Lifset, Robert Douglas, “Storm King Mountain and the Emergence of Modern American Environmentalism, 1962–1980” (Columbia University, 2005). Order No. DA3182964.

Linjun, Zhou, “Meiguo gongyong shiye guanzhifalv zhidu gaige jidui woguode qidi” (Reforms of public utility control law in the United States and its inspiration for our country) (South West Univeristy of Politics and Law, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Majewski, John D., “nato as Social Construction: Explaining Cooperation and Discord within the Atlantic Community, 1956–1996” (State University of New York, Albany, 2005). Order No. DA3183894.

Nista, Cathleen Barbara, “Go Get Mother’s Picket Sign: Crossing Spheres with the Material Culture of Suffrage” (University of California, Riverside, 2005). Order No. DA3179395.

O’Brien, Karen Elizabeth, “Pragmatic Toleration: Lived Religion, Obligation, and Political Identity in the American Revolution” (Northwestern University, 2005). Order No. DA3177783.

Pahaham, Cheryl Ann, “Racial Origins of Wisconsin’s Welfare Reform, 1980 to 2000” (New School University, 2005). Order No. DA3184385.

Qignhuan, Shi, “Xingzheng jiquan: Xiaodai Meiguo guanliao zhengzhi yanjiu” (Concentration of executive forces: Research into bureaucratic politics in the contemporary United States) (Northeast Normal University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Qingjun, Jia, “Meiguo gongchanzhuyi yundong yu Mosikede guanxi lishi kaicha” (A historical investigation of relations between the United States communist movement and Moscow) (Nankai University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Rottinghaus, Brandon, “Measure of the Mind of the Public: Patterns of Presidential Rhetoric and Public Opinion from Dwight D. Eisenhower to Bill Clinton” (Northwestern University, 2005). Order No. DA3177799.

Silva, Chandra, “Esto Perpetua: The Persistence and Transformation of Feminism in Idaho through the Struggle to Ratify the Equal Rights Amendment” (Washington State University, 2005). Order No. DA3184170.

Smith, Michael T., “The Enemy Within: Corruption and Political Culture in the Civil War North” (Pennsylvania State University, 2005). Order No. DA3187563.

Swiontek, Danielle Jean, “With Ballots and Pocketbooks: Women, Labor, and Reform in Progressive California” (University of California, Santa Barbara, 2005). Order No. DA3186803.

Tietchen, Todd F., “Soldiers, Pacifists, and Secret Agents: Militarization and the Cold War Public Arena” (University of Washington, 2005).

Veenstra, David W., “The Civil Presidency: Gerald R. Ford and the Politics of Renewal” (University of Illinois, Chicago, 2005). Order No. DA3183706.

Waldner, Leora Susan, “Regional Plans, Local Fates? The Influence of the 1976 and 1985 Atlanta Regional Development Plans on Local Government Policy” (University of California, Berkeley, 2003). Order No. DA3183872.

Walker, Darin Ray, “American Militias” (University of Southern Mississippi, 2005). Order No. DA3180164.

Walker, Donald Lee, Jr., “Alexander Hamilton’s American Empire: The Intellectual Foundations of Federalist Foreign Policy” (University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 2005). Order No. DA3186887.

Weinberger, Seth Harold, “Institutional Signaling and the Cold War” (Duke University, 2005). Order No. DA3179335.

Wilkens, Mark, “Making the City Work: Municipal Employees and Their Managers in New York City and Philadelphia, 1880–1940” (University of Pennsylvania, 2005). Order No. DA3179831.

Wishnoff, Daniel A., “The Tolerance Point: Race, Public Housing, and the Forest Hills Controversy, 1945–1975” (City University of New York, 2005). Order No. DA3187479.

Xuehua, Hou, “Zhanmusi Maidixun yu Meiguo xianzhengde queli” (James Madison and the establishment of constitutional government in the United States) (Nankai University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Yamin, Priscilla, “Nuptial Nation: Marriage and the Politics of Civil Membership in the United States” (New School University, 2005). Order No. DA3184400.

Yin, Zhang, “20shiji 60niandai Meiguo dui Yingguo zhengce yanjiu” (United States policy toward the United Kingdom in the 1960s) (Northeast Normal University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Yuejun, Jing, “Zhanhou Meiguo chanyejiegou yanbian yanjiu” (On industrial structural development in the United States after World War II) (Jinlin University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Yun, Yao, “Meiguo gaodeng jiaoyu life yanjiu” (On United States higher education legislation) (East China Normal University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

 

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Alter, Jonathan, The Defining Moment: fdr’s Hundred Days and the Triumph of Hope. (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2006. xvi, 415 pp. $29.95, isbn 0-7432-4600-4.)

Arthur, Anthony, and John Broesamle, Twelve Great Clashes That Shaped Modern America: From Geronimo to George W. Bush. (New York: Pearson, 2006. viii, 360 pp. Paper, $14.95, isbn 0-321-41826-3.)

Ashcroft, Bill, Gareth Griffiths, and Helen Tiffin, eds., The Post–Colonial Studies Reader. (London: Routledge, 2006. xxviii, 587 pp. Cloth, $113.00, isbn 0-415-34564-2. Paper, $34.95, isbn 0-415-34565-0.) Second Edition.

Baker, Nancy V., General Ashcroft: Attorney at War. (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2006. xii, 322 pp. $34.95, isbn 0-7006-1455-9.)

Barney, William L., ed., A Companion to 19th-Century America. (Malden: Blackwell, 2006. x, 414 pp. Paper, $39.95, isbn 1-4051-4982-5.) Originally published in 2001.

Bass, Jack, and Marilyn W. Thompson, Strom: The Complicated Personal and Political Life of Strom Thurmond. (New York: Public Affairs, 2005. xvi, 415 pp. $27.50, isbn 1-58648-297-1.)

Bernardi, Emanuele, La riforma agraria in Italia e gli Stati Uniti: Guerra fredda, Piano Marshall e interventi per il Mezzogiorno negli del centrismo degasperiano (Agrarian reform in Italy and the United States: The Cold War, the Marshall Plan, and interventions in southern Italy in the years of De Gasperi centrism). (Bologna: Mulino, 2006. 397 pp. Paper, €28.00, isbn 88-15-10810-6.) In Italian.

Blair, Karen J., Joining In: Exploring the History of Voluntary Organizations. (Malabar: Krieger, 2006. xii, 184 pp. $27.50, isbn 1-57524-025-4.) Heavily illustrated.

Carroll, Susan J., and Richard L. Fox, eds., Gender and Elections: Shaping the Future of American Politics. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006. xvi, 223 pp. Cloth, $65.00, isbn 0-521-84492-4. Paper, $22.99, isbn 0-521-60670-5.)

Chester, Eric Thomas, True Mission: Socialists and the Labor Party Question in the U.S. (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2004. xii, 260 pp. Cloth, $75.00, isbn 0-7453-2215-8. Paper, $24.95, isbn 0-7453-2214-X.)

Cho, Ji-Hyung, Tanhaek: Gamsi Kyollyokinga Jongchijok Muginga? (Impeachment: Watchdog or political weapon?). (Seoul: Chaek Se Sang, 2004. 211 pp. ₩ 5,000, isbn 89-7013-439-5.) In Korean.

Dawson, Virginia P., and Mark D. Bowles, eds., Realizing the Dream of Flight: Biographical Essays in Honor of the Centennial of Flight, 1903–2003. (Washington: nasa, 2005. xvi, 310 pp. $20.00, isbn 2005018938.)

Dinan, John J., The American State Constitutional Tradition. (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2006. x, 430 pp. $35.00, isbn 0-7006-1435-4.)

Ferrell, Robert H., Harry S. Truman and the Cold War Revisionists. (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2006. xii, 142 pp. $24.95, isbn 0-8262-1653-3.)

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Gibson, Alan, Interpreting the Founding: Guide to the Enduring Debates over the Origins and Foundations of the American Republic. (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2006. xviii, 174 pp. Cloth, $35.00, isbn 0-7006-1453-2. Paper, $15.95, isbn 0-7006-1454-0.)

Giglio, James N., The Presidency of John F. Kennedy: Second Edition, Revised. (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2006. xvi, 360 pp. Cloth, $35.00, isbn 0-7006-1436-2. Paper, $17.95, isbn 0-7006-1457-5.) Originally published in 1991.

Griffin, John Chandler, Abraham Lincoln’s Execution. (Gretna: Pelican, 2006. 464 pp. $29.95, isbn 1-58980-395-7.)

Hansen, Keith A., The Comprehensive Nuclear Test Ban Treaty: An Insider’s Perspective. (Stanford: Stanford University Press, 2006. xxii, 233 pp. $24.95, isbn 0-8047-5303-2.)

Hartigan, John, Jr., Odd Tribes: Toward a Cultural Analysis of White People. (Durham: Duke University Press, 2005. x, 359 pp. Cloth, $84.95, isbn 0-8223-3584-0. Paper, $23.95, isbn 0-8223-3597-2.)

Higginbotham, Don, Revolution in America: Considerations and Comparisons. (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2005. xiv, 230 pp. Cloth, $49.50, isbn 0-8139-2383-2. Paper, $19.50, isbn 0-8139-2384-0.)

Hillygus, D. Sunshine, et al., The Hard Count: The Political and Social Challenges of Census Mobilization. (New York: Russell Sage Foundation, 2006. xii, 156 pp. $27.50, isbn 0-87154-363-X.)

Holzer, Harold, Edna Greene Medford, and Frank J. Williams, The Emancipation Proclamation: Three Views. (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2006. xiv, 162 pp. $29.95, isbn 0-8071-3144-X.) Heavily illustrated. Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.

Johnson, David, The Mason County “Hoo Doo” War, 1874–1902. (Denton: University of North Texas Press, 2006. xiv, 332 pp. $27.95, isbn 1-57441-204-3.)

Lemov, Rebecca, World as Laboratory: Experiments with Mice, Mazes, and Men. (New York: Hill and Wang, 2005. 291 pp. $30.00, isbn 0-8090-7464-8.)

Medhurst, Martin J., ed., The Rhetorical Presidency of George H. W. Bush. (College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 2006. xii, 207 pp. $40.00, isbn 1-58544-471-5.)

Michael, George, The Enemy of My Enemy: The Alarming Convergence of Militant Islam and the Extreme Right. (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2006. viii, 397 pp. $34.95, isbn 0-7006-1444-3.)

Pelt, Mogens, Tying Greece to the West: U.S.–West German–Greek Relations, 1949–74. (Copenhagen: Museum Tusculanum Press, 2006. 454 pp. Paper, $64.00, isbn 87-7289-583-7.)

Procter, Margaret, Michael Cook, and Caroline Williams, eds., Political Pressure and the Archival Record. (Chicago: Society of American Archivists, 2005. xxviii, 345 pp. Paper, $42.00, isbn 1-931666-15-6.) Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.

Reid, John Phillip, A Law of Blood: The Primitive Law of the Cherokee Nation. (DeKalb: Northern Illinois University Press, 2006. xii, 340 pp. Paper, $26.00, isbn 0-87580-608-2.) Originally published in 1970.

Ware, Alan, The Democratic Party Heads North, 1877–1962. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006. xviii, 281 pp. Cloth, $70.00, isbn 0-521-85827-5. Paper, $24.99, isbn 0-521-67500-6.)

Weiner, Mark S., Americans Without Law: The Racial Boundaries of Citizenship. (New York: New York University Press, 2006. x, 197 pp. $45.00, isbn 0-8147-9364-9.)

Zebrowski, Ernest, and Judith A. Howard, Category 5: The Story of Camille — Lessons Unlearned from America’s Most Violent Hurricane. (Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2005. xii, 276 pp. $27.95, isbn 0-472-11525-1.)

 

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Dinunzio, Mario R., ed., Woodrow Wilson: Essential Writings and Speeches of the Scholar-President. (New York: New York University Press, 2006. xvi, 429 pp. $39.00, isbn 0-8147-1984-8.)

Newborg, Gerald G., ed., “Guardian of the Land: Arthur A. Link,” North Dakota History, 72 (nos. 1–2, 2005), 2–28, 37–46. Heavily illustrated.


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Alley, Bill, “‘Nightmare’ in Pen and Ink: ‘Pinto’ Colvig as Silver State Cartoonist,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly, 48 (Fall 2005), 369–80.

Armstrong, Robert D., “‘Impenetrable Obscurity’: The Comptroller, the Secretary, and Territorial Printing,” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 99 (Sept. 2005), 411–25.

Bradshaw, Katherine A., “‘America Speaks’: George Gallup’s First Syndicated Public Opinion Poll,” Journalism History, 31 (Winter 2006), 198–205.

Cavitch, Max, “Emma Lazarus and the Golem of Liberty,” American Literary History, 18 (Spring 2006), 1–28.

Chapman, Mary, “Are Women People? Alice Duer Miller’s Poetry and Politics,” American Literary History, 18 (Spring 2006), 59–85.

Clark, Daniel A., “Piggy Goes to Harvard: Mass Magazines, the Middle Class, and the Re-Conceptualization of College for a Corporate Age, 1895–1910,” History of Higher Education Annual, 24 (2005), 1–40.

Davis, Erin K., “Printing at the Fair: The Printing Exhibits at the 1904 Louisiana Purchase International Exposition,” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 99 (Sept. 2005), 427–44.

Frasca, Ralph, “Benjamin Franklin’s Printing Network and the Stamp Act,” Pennsylvania History, 71 (Autumn 2004), 403–19.

Goldberg, Martin, “The Jewel of the Valley: The Carnegie Library of Homestead,” Pennsylvania History, 70 (Spring 2003), 149–73.

Hoy, Jim, and Catherine Hoy, “Portraits of the Plains: The Photographs of F. M. Steele,” Kansas History, 28 (Winter 2005–2006), 262–73. Heavily illustrated.

Hunt, Alex, “Hunting Charles Goodnight’s Buffalo: Texas Fiction, Panhandle Folklore, and Kiowa History,” Panhandle-Plains Historical Review, 77 (2004), 1–13.

Kim, Youn-Jin, “Hanguk Eunron eul Tonghae Bon Miguk gwa Migukhwa: Imigi wa Damnon” (America and Americanization: Images and discourses in Korean journalism), Migukhak Nonjip/Korean Journal of American Studies (Seoul), 37 (Winter 2005), 7–38. In Korean.

Lawson, Andrew, “The Red Badge of Class: Stephen Crane and the Industrial Army,” Literature and History (Winchester), 14 (Oct. 2005), 53–68.

Massoni, Kelley, “‘Teena Goes to Market’: Seventeen Magazine and the Early Construction of the Teen Girl (as) Consumer,” Journal of American Culture, 29 (March 2006), 31–42.

Miles, George, “The Press in the West: A Roundup of Recent Work,” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 99 (Sept. 2005), 445–58.

Nowatzki, Robert C., “‘Our Only Truly National Poets’: Blackface Minstrelsy and Cultural Nationalism,” atq: 19th Century American Literature and Culture, 20 (March 2006), 361–78.

Putnam, Thomas, “Hemingway on War and Its Aftermath,” Prologue, 38 (Spring 2006), 22–29.

Rhodes, Sonny, “Opposite Extremes: How Two Editors Portrayed a Civil War Atrocity,” American Journalism, 22 (Fall 2005), 27–45.

Ritchie, Donald A., “The Past Meets the Press: Historians and the News Media,” Maryland Historian, 30 (Spring 2006), 61–71.

Roberts, Timothy, “The European Revolutions of 1848 and Antebellum Violence in Kansas,” Journal of the West, 44 (Fall 2005), 58–68. Heavily illustrated.

Rohrbacher, Frances A., and Richard W. Rohrbacher, “The Reverend John O’Hanlon’s Irish Immigrant’s Guide for the United States in 1851,” California Territorial Quarterly (no. 64, Winter 2005), 26–35.

Rowan, Steven, “The German Press in St. Louis and Missouri in the Nineteenth Century: The Establishment of a Tradition,” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 99 (Sept. 2005), 459–67.

Rowley, Karen M., and John Maxwell Hamilton, “A Missing Link in the History of American War Correspondents: James Morgan Bradford and the Time Piece of St. Francisville, Louisiana,” American Journalism, 22 (Fall 2005), 7–26.

Saum, Lewis O., “The Gilded Age, Dakota, and ‘Phocion’ of the Chicago Times,Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 3 (Oct. 2004), 231–37.

Sheridan, Susan, “Adrienne Rich and the Women’s Liberation Movement: A Politics of Reception,” Women’s Studies, 35 (Jan. 2006), 17–45.

Smalley, Andrea L., “‘Our Lady Sportsmen’: Gender, Class, and Conservation in Sport Hunting Magazines, 1873–1920,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (Oct. 2005), 355–80.

Soper, Kerry, “Performing ‘Jiggs’: Irish Caricature and Comedic Ambivalence toward Assimilation and the American Dream in George McManus’s Bringing Up Father,Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (April 2005), 173–213.

Tomes, Nancy, “The Great American Medicine Show Revisited,” Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 79 (Winter 2005), 627–63.

Unrue, Darlene Harbour, “Antonieta Rivas Mercado: Katherine Anne Porter’s Horror and Inspiration,” Journal of the Southwest, 47 (Winter 2005), 615–35.

Wallace, Aurora, “A Height Deemed Appalling: Nineteenth-Century New York Newspaper Buildings,” Journalism History, 31 (Winter 2006), 178–89.

Ward, Douglas B., “From Barbarian Farmers to Yeoman Consumers: Curtis Publishing Company and the Search for Rural America, 1910–1930,” American Journalism, 22 (Fall 2005), 47–67.

 

Abston, Carmen Patrice, “Representation and Signification: The Street and Dutchman as Revisions of Richard Wright’s Portrayal of Black Identity and Experience in Native Son” (University of Southern Mississippi, 2005). Order No. DA3180131.

Allen, Cleo Joffrion, “Foreign News Coverage in Selected U.S. Newspapers, 1927–1997: A Content Analysis” (Louisiana State University, 2005). Order No. DA3184042.

Allred, Jeffrey B., “American Modernism and Depression Documentary” (University of Pennsylvania, 2005). Order No. DA3179698.

Alves, Jaime Osterman, “Miss Schooled: American Fictions of Female Education in the Nineteenth Century” (University of Maryland, College Park, 2005). Order No. DA3178724.

Barton, John Cyril, “Literary Executions: Plotting Death Sentences in U.S. Law and Literature, 1830–1925” (University of California, Irvine, 2005). Order No. DA3181245.

Bilsky, Dana, “Tangled Skeins: Identification and Fantasmatic Genealogies of Slavery in Narratives by Jacobs, Crafts, Wilson, and Keckley” (Northwestern University, 2005). Order No. DA3177687.

Boggs, Nicholas Taylor, “The Critic and the Little Man: On African-American Literacy Studies in the Post–Civil Rights Era” (Columbia University, 2005). Order No. DA3182930.

Chancellor, Shannon Bradley, “Subject to Interpretation: Blood and Boundaries in American Cultural Medias, 1903–1996” (University of Southern California, 2004). Order No. DA3180769.

Chia, Christina Mei Ting, “‘People of color’: The Black-White Binary and U.S. Multiracism, 1833–1909” (Duke University, 2004). Order No. DA3181472.

Collins, Brennan, “‘Forsaking the promised land’: Raymond Andrews and the Many African-American Literary Perspectives on the South” (Georgia State University, 2005). Order No. DA3180053.

Dorsey, Carol G., “Self-Fashioning (Im)possibilities: A Literary Tapestry of Women at Work in Nineteenth-Century America” (University of Maryland, College Park, 2005). Order No. DA3178630.

Duncan, James Bryan, “Literary Labor: Reform and Resistance in American Literature, 1936–1945” (University of Oregon, 2005). Order No. DA3181097.

Feerst, Alex Jonathan, “Bowery Beautiful: Progressive Slumming and Ghetto Aesthetics, 1880–1930” (Duke University, 2005). Order No. DA3183938.

Fenton, Sarah Kathleen, “Rebel Angels: American Literature across the Civil War” (Northwestern University, 2005). Order No. DA3177718.

Fuller, Douglas B., “Media Depictions of African Americans: An Examination of the Washington Post, the New York Times, the Chicago Tribune, and the Los Angeles Times, 1978, 1988, and 1998” (Howard University, 2004). Order No. DA3184869.

Hale, Alison Tracy, “Pedagogical Gothic: Education and National Identity in Early American Sensational Fiction, 1790–1830” (University of Washington, 2005). Order No. DA3183363.

Hanrahan, Heidi Michelle, “Competing for the Reader: The Writer/Editor Relationship in Nineteenth-Century American Literature” (University of North Carolina, Greensboro, 2005). Order No. DA3185999.

Hatcher, Jessamyn, “Psychoanalysis and Everyday Life: The Popularization and Popular Use of Psychoanalysis in the United States, 1909–1935” (Duke University, 2004). Order No. DA3177857.

Hobbs, Amy Laurel, “‘The world, our home’: The Rhetorical Vision of Women’s Clubs in American Literature, 1870–1920” (University of Maryland, College Park, 2005). Order No. DA3178591.

Ibrahim, Habiba, “Inside the Color Line: Reading Biracialism in Twentieth Century American Culture” (State University of New York, Albany, 2005). Order No. DA3181801.

Jensen, Melba P., “Frederick Douglass’s The Heroic Slave: Text, Context, and Interpretation” (University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 2005). Order No. DA3179890.

Johnson, Sherita, “‘Truth is stranger than fiction’: Black Women in American Literature of the South” (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2005). Order No. DA3182291.

Karl, Alissa G., “Modernism and the Marketplace: Literary Cultures and Consumer Capitalism, 1915–1939” (University of Washington, 2005). Order No. DA3178087.

King, Robert W., “Tales of Enchantment: Southwest Literature and Its Cultural Work, 1885–1930” (University of Utah, 2005). Order No. DA3181463.

Kobayashi, Junko, “‘Bitter sweet home’: Celebration of Biculturalism in Japanese Language Japanese American Literature, 1936–1952” (University of Iowa, 2005). Order No. DA3179090.

Lee, Julia Hyoun Joo, “Almost American: Cross-Racial Representations in African American and Asian American Literatures, 1896–1937” (University of California, Los Angeles, 2005). Order No. DA3181734.

McFarland, Sarah Elizabeth, “Engendering the Wild: The Construction of Animals in Twentieth Century Nature Writing” (University of Oregon, 2005). Order No. DA3181112.

Parris, Brandy, “Emotional Labor, Women’s Work, and Sentimental Capital in Nineteenth-Century American Fiction” (University of Washington, 2005). Order No. DA3178100.

Railton, Benjamin A., “Reconstructing the Past: History and Narrative in American Literature, 1876–1886” (Temple University, 2005). Order No. DA3178825.

Rider, Janet, “A Quest for Self: The Social and Intellectual World of Judith Sargent Murray” (University of Connecticut, 2005). Order No. DA3180248.

Robolin, Stéphane Pierre Raymond, “‘You are now in fairyland’: Remapping Resistance in South African and African American Literatures” (Duke University, 2005). Order No. DA3179214.

Roylance, Patricia Jane, “International Nationalism: World History as Usable Past in Nineteenth-Century U.S. Culture” (Stanford University, 2005). Order No. DA3187339.

Schoolman, Martha Elizabeth, “American Abolitionist Geographies: Literature and the Politics of Place, 1840–1861” (University of Pennsylvania, 2005). Order No. DA3179806.

Shaffer, Donald M., Jr., “Making Space(s): The Representation of Place and Identity in Black Migration Novels, 1902–1953” (University of Chicago, 2005). Order No. DA3181417.

Siddons, Louise Elizabeth, “The Future of the American Race: Reproducing the Racialized Nation in Print Media, 1925–1940” (Stanford University, 2005). Order No. DA3186401.

Singer, Amy Elisabeth, “Under the Radar: The Subversive Work of American Children’s Books, 1930–1980” (University of Washington, 2005). Order No. DA3178109.

Slater, David Jeremiah, “The American Girl, Her Life and Times: An Ideal and Its Creators, 1890–1930” (University of Minnesota, 2005). Order No. DA3180026.

Smith, Judy Teresa, “Magnolia Matriarchs: Six Women’s Contributions to the Community Press in Mississippi” (University of Southern Mississippi, 2005). Order No. DA3180161.

Stanley, William Chad, “Uncivil Defenses: The Nuclear Fictions of Philip Wylie” (University of Connecticut, 2005). Order No. DA3180259.

Strand, Amy Dunham, “Governing Voices: Language, Gender, and Citizenship in American Literature, 1789–1919” (University of Washington, 2005). Order No. DA3178113.

Trone, Carole Jeanne, “National Communications Campaigns on Public Education, 1890–1945” (University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2005). Order No. DA3186207.

Webb-Anderson, Aerie Frances, “The Finer Shades of Difference: Race, Class, and Grammar in the Nineteenth Century of Henry James, Edith Wharton, and William Dean Howells” (State University of New York, Stony Brook, 2005). Order No. DA3179600.

Worden, Joel Daniel, “The Galapagos in American Consciousness: American Fiction Writers’ Responses to Darwinism” (University of Delaware, 2005). Order No. DA3181874.

Xiaohui, Chen, “Dangdai Meiguo huaren wenxue zhongde ‘ta’ xiezui: Dui Tang tingting, Tan enmei, Yan gelin degn huaren nv zuojia de duomian fenxi” (“She” in contemporary Chinese-American literature: Analysis of Chinese-American authors Tang Tingting, Tan Enmei, Yan Geling, and others) (Fujian Normal University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Xu, Chen, “Meiguo xibu xiaoshuo yanjiu” (On United States western novels) (Shaihai Normal University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Yaping, Li, “20shiji zhonghouqi meiguo huawen wenxuede zhuti bijiao yanjiu” (Comparative research on Chinese-American literature in the later period of the twentieth century) (Jinan University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Ying, He, “Lengzhanhou Meiguo meiti duihua fuminabaodaode jiangouzhuyi fenxi” (An analysis of U.S. media reporting toward China after the Cold War) (Fudan University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

 

Castillo, Susan, Colonial Encounters in New World Writing, 1500–1786: Performing America. (London: Routledge, 2006. xii, 276 pp. Cloth, $97.00, isbn 0-415-31606-5. Paper, $33.95, isbn 0-415-31607-3.)

Irwin, Raymond D., Books on Early American History and Culture, 1951–1960: An Annotated Bibliography. (Westport: Praeger, 2006. xii, 298 pp. $97.95, isbn 0-313-31433-0.)

Lawson, Andrew, Walt Whitman and the Class Struggle. (Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2006. xxvi, 157 pp. $29.95, isbn 0-87745-973-8.)

Weber, Ronald, News of Paris: American Journalists in the City of Light between the Wars. (Chicago: Dee, 2006. 333 pp. $27.50, isbn 1-56663-676-0.)

 

Gross, Jonathan, ed., Thomas Jefferson’s Scrapbooks: Poems of Nation, Family, and Romantic Love Collected by America’s Third President. (South Royalton: Steerforth, 2006. xviii, 570 pp. $32.95, isbn 1-58642-107-7.)

Schmidgall, Gary, ed., Conserving Walt Whitman’s Fame: Selections from Horace Traubel’s Conservator, 1890–1919. (Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2006. lviii, 418 pp. $59.95, isbn 0-87745-972-X.)

Yarbrough, Jean M., ed., The Essential Jefferson. (Indianapolis: Hackett, 2006. xviii, 287 pp. Paper, $12.95, isbn 0-87220-747-1.)


Public History and Memory

Archuleta, Elizabeth, “Gym Shoes, Maps, and Passports, Oh My! Creating Community or Creating Chaos at nmai?,” American Indian Quarterly, 29 (Summer–Fall 2005), 426–49.

Beik, Mildred Allen, “The Significance of the Lattimer Massacre: Who Owns Its History?,” Pennsylvania History, 69 (Winter 2002), 58–70.

Boehm, Mike, “Hope Rises from the Ashes of My Lai: The Madison Quakers Projects in Vietnam,” Nanzan Review of American Studies (Nagoya), 27 (2005), 27–50.

Bookspan, Shelley, “Something Ventured, Many Things Gained: Reflections on Being a Historian-Entrepreneur,” Public Historian, 28 (Winter 2006), 67–74.

Buell, Lawrence, “The Timeliness of Place: Response to the Presidential Address,” American Quarterly, 58 (March 2006), 17–22.

Cobb, Amanda J., “The National Museum of the American Indian: Sharing the Gift,” American Indian Quarterly, 29 (Summer–Fall 2005), 360–83.

Conard, Rebecca, ed., “Roundtable: Ethics in Practice,” Public Historian, 28 (Winter 2006), 75–131.

Conard, Rebecca, and Shelley Bookspan, eds., “Public History as Reflective Practice,” Public Historian, 28 (Winter 2006), 9–74. Special issue.

Corbett, Katharine T., and Howard S. (Dick) Miller, “A Shared Inquiry into Shared Inquiry,” Public Historian, 28 (Winter 2006), 15–38.

Cox, Richard J., “Public Memory Meets Archival Memory: The Interpretation of Williamsburg’s Secretary’s Office,” American Archivist, 68 (Fall–Winter 2005), 279–96.

Deloria, Philip J., “Places Like Houses, Banks, and Continents: An Appreciative Reply to the Presidential Address,” American Quarterly, 58 (March 2006), 23–29.

Downey, Dennis B., et al., “Racial Lynching, History, and the Filmmaker’s Craft: A Roundtable Discussion of Stephen Labovsky’s In the Dead Fire’s Ashes—The Lynching a Town Forgot,Pennsylvania History, 72 (Summer 2005), 269–321. Roundtable.

Fadely, James Philip, “The Veteran and the Memorial: George J. Langsdale and the Soldiers and Sailors Monument,” Traces of Indiana and Midwestern History, 18 (Winter 2006), 26–35. Heavily illustrated.

Gallicchio, Marc, “What Were We Fighting For? Myth, Memory, and the Vietnam War in American Politics,” Nanzan Review of American Studies (Nagoya), 27 (2005), 15–25.

Gilbert, Stephanie Patterson, “Harrisburg’s Old Eighth Ward: Constructing a Website for Student Research,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Autumn 2005), 419–27.

Gordon, Stephen C., “Rustic Repose: Spring Grove and the Rural Cemetery Movement,” Timeline, 23 (April–June 2006), 2–19. Heavily illustrated.

Grimsted, David, “Dueling Ideas of History: Public, People’s, Popular, and Academic—and Henry Adams’s Surprising Failures,” Maryland Historian, 30 (Spring 2006), 11–40.

Halttunen, Karen, “Groundwork: American Studies in Place—Presidential Address to the American Studies Association, November 4, 2005,” American Quarterly, 58 (March 2006), 1–15.

Kohlstedt, Sally Gregory, “‘Thoughts in Things,’” Isis, 96 (Dec. 2005), 586–601.

Ostrowitz, Judith, “‘Concourse and Periphery’ in Perspective: Well Past Planning,” American Indian Quarterly, 29 (Summer–Fall 2005), 384–425.

Smith, Timothy B., “Civil War Battlefield Preservation in Tennessee: A Nashville National Military Park Case Study,” Tennessee Historical Quarterly, 64 (Fall 2005), 236–47.

Stowe, Noel J., “Public History Curriculum: Illustrating Reflective Practice,” Public Historian, 28 (Winter 2006), 39–65.

 

Beutler, Keith Tony, “The Memory Revolution in America and Memory of the American Revolution, 1790–1840” (Washington University, 2005). Order No. DA3181154.

Kirchler, Leslie Brett, “Reinterpreting a ‘Silent’ History: Slave Sites at Four Virginia Plantations” (University of Michigan, 2005). Order No. DA3186669.

Lain, Brian Anderson, “Remembering Internment: The Function of Japanese American Rhetorics in Multicultural America” (University of Iowa, 2005). Order No. DA3184728.

Ribet, Elizabeth, “Memory, Generation, and Post-War Identities: Jewish Daughters of Holocaust Survivors in the United States” (University of California, Irvine, 2005). Order No. DA3185469.

Speights-Binet, Jennifer, “The Road to Redevelopment: New Urbanism, Nostalgia, and the Process of Downtown Revitalization in Baton Rouge, Louisiana” (Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College, 2004). Order No. DA3182914.

Trail, Susan W., “Remembering Antietam: Commemoration and Preservation of a Civil War Battlefield” (University of Maryland, College Park, 2005). Order No. DA3178554.

 

Grendler, Paul F., The European Renaissance in American Life. (Westport: Praeger, 2006. xvi, 341 pp. $49.95, isbn 0-275-98486-9.)

Rosenstone, Robert A., History on Film/Film on History. (Harlow, Eng.: Pearson, 2006. xiv, 182 pp. Paper, $27.99, isbn 0-582-50584-4.)

Starbuck, David R., The Archeology of New Hampshire: Exploring 10,000 Years in the Granite State. (Durham: University of New Hampshire Press, 2006. xiv, 256 pp. Paper, $29.95, isbn 1-58465-562-3.) Heavily illustrated.

Stofik, M. Barron, Saving South Beach. (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2005. xviii, 303 pp. $27.95, isbn 0-8130-2902-3.)

Taylor, Andrew, and Eldrid Herrington, eds., The Afterlife of John Brown. (New York: Palgrave, 2005. xii, 243 pp. $69.95, isbn 1-4039-6992-2.) Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.

Wehrey, Jane, Voices from This Long Brown Land: Oral Recollections of Owens Valley Lives and Manzanar Pasts. (New York: Palgrave, 2006. xiv, 238 pp. Cloth, $69.95, isbn 0-312-29539-1. Paper, $24.95, isbn 0-312-29541-3.)


Race

Allen, Arly, “Jess Willard and Carl Morris: Heavyweight Boxing in Oklahoma,” Chronicles of Oklahoma, 83 (Winter 2005–2006), 432–51.

Behan, Barbara Carol, “Forgotten Heritage: African Americans in the Montana Territory, 1864–1889,” Journal of African American History, 91 (Winter 2006), 23–40.

Buchanan, Thomas C., “Race and (In)justice on the Mississippi: An Episode from ‘The Journals of the Davy Crockett,’” Indiana Magazine of History, 102 (March 2006), 25–28.

Budros, Art, “The Antislavery Movement in Early America: Religion, Social Environment, and Slave Manumissions,” Social Forces, 84 (Dec. 2005), 941–66.

Craig, John M., “‘There Is Hell Going On Up There’: The Carnegie Klan Riot of 1923,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Summer 2005), 322–46.

Demas, Lane, “The Brown Bomber’s Dark Day: Louis-Schmeling I and America’s Black Hero,” Journal of Sport History, 31 (Fall 2004), 253–71.

Goldstone, Richard, “Ambiguity and America: South Africa and U.S. Foreign Policy,” Social Research, 72 (Winter 2005), 811–24.

Harrison, Robert, “Welfare and Employment Policies of the Freedmen’s Bureau in the District of Columbia,” Journal of Southern History, 72 (Feb. 2006), 75–110.

Joyner, Charles, “A Region in Harmony: Southern Music and the Sound Track of Freedom,” Journal of Southern History, 72 (Feb. 2006), 3–38.

Kemper, Kurt Edward, “The Smell of Roses and the Color of the Players: College Football and the Expansion of the Civil Rights Movement in the West,” Journal of Sport History, 31 (Fall 2004), 317–39.

Kim, Youn-Jin, “Chabyeoleui Sijeoninga, Woodaeinga: Sosusaeryok Chabyeol Sijon Jeongcha gwa Geuei Daehan Nonjaeng” (Affirmative action: Redress or preference), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 18 (Nov. 2003), 159–85. In Korean.

Koehlinger, Amy, “‘Race relations needs the Nun’: Sources of Continuity and Change in the Racial Apostolate of the 1960s,” U.S. Catholic Historian, 23 (Fall 2005), 39–59.

Kramer, Paul A., “Race-Making and Colonial Violence in the U.S. Empire: The Philippine-American War as Race War,” Diplomatic History, 30 (April 2006), 169–210.

Lake, Marilyn, “From the Mississippi to Melbourne via Natal: The Invention of the Literacy Test as a Technology of Racial Exclusion,” in Connected Worlds: History in Transnational Perspective, ed. Ann Curthoys and Marilyn Lake, 209–29. (Canberra: Australian National University, 2005. x, 278 pp. Paper, $25.00, isbn 1-920942-44-0.)

Larkins, John K., Jr., “Judge Fite’s Contempt: Race and the Rule of Law in Early Twentieth Century Georgia,” Georgia Historical Quarterly, 90 (Spring 2006), 62–95.

Laslett, John H. M., “Linking the Old World with the New: Recent Studies of Labor Migration, Race, and Political Protest in America and the British Empire,” Labor History, 46 (May 2005), 185–94.

Lewis, George, “Virginia’s Northern Strategy: Southern Segregationists and the Route to National Conservatism,” Journal of Southern History, 72 (Feb. 2006), 111–46.

Malone, Christopher, “Rethinking the End of Black Voting Rights in Antebellum Pennsylvania: Racial Ascriptivism, Partisanship, and Political Development in the Keystone State,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Autumn 2005), 466–504.

Monkkonen, Eric, “Homicide: Explaining America’s Exceptionalism,” American Historical Review, 111 (Feb. 2006), 76–94.

Nowatzki, Robert C., “‘Our Only Truly National Poets’: Blackface Minstrelsy and Cultural Nationalism,” atq: 19th Century American Literature and Culture, 20 (March 2006), 361–78.

Offenburger, Andrew, ed., “Safundi and White Supremacy: An Introduction to Issue 21,” Safundi (no. 21, Jan. 2006) http://www.safundi.com. Special issue.

Quinn, John F., “The Rise and Fall of Repeal: Slavery and Irish Nationalism in Antebellum Philadelphia,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 130 (Jan. 2006), 45–78.

Schultz, Jaime, “‘A Wager Concerning a Diplomatic Pig’: A Crooked Reading of the Floyd of Rosedale Narrative,” Journal of Sport History, 32 (Spring 2005), 1–21.

 

Ayabe, Masatomo, “The Ku Klux Klan Movement in Williamson County, Illinois, 1923–1926” (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2005). Order No. DA3182215.

Bethea, Trina Caviness, “Segregation, Desegregation, Resegregation: Dudley High School as a Case in Point” (University of North Carolina, Greensboro, 2005). Order No. DA3182826.

Chancellor, Shannon Bradley, “Subject to Interpretation: Blood and Boundaries in American Cultural Medias, 1903–1996” (University of Southern California, 2004). Order No. DA3180769.

Chia, Christina Mei Ting, “‘People of color’: The Black-White Binary and U.S. Multiracism, 1833–1909” (Duke University, 2004). Order No. DA3181472.

Clavin, Matthew J., “‘Men of color, to arms!’ Remembering Toussaint Louverture and the Haitian Revolution in the American Civil War” (American University, 2005). Order No. DA3182552.

Denis, Milagros, “One Drop of Blood: Racial Formation and Meanings in Puerto Rican Society, 1898–1960” (Howard University, 2005). Order No. DA3184859.

Fisler, Benjamin Daniel, “The Phenomenology of Racialism: Blackface Puppetry in American Theatre, 1872–1939” (University of Maryland, College Park, 2005). Order No. DA3178726.

Ibrahim, Habiba, “Inside the Color Line: Reading Biracialism in Twentieth Century American Culture” (State University of New York, Albany, 2005). Order No. DA3181801.

Lan, Zhang, “Wudeluo Weierxun shehui sixiang yanjiu” (On Woodrow Wilson’s social ideas) (Fudan University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Railton, Benjamin A., “Reconstructing the Past: History and Narrative in American Literature, 1876–1886” (Temple University, 2005). Order No. DA3178825.

Rohrer, Judy L., “Haole Matters: An Interrogation of Whiteness in Hawai‘i” (University of Hawai‘i, 2005). Order No. DA3184512.

Rosenior, Derrick Rodney, “Toward Racial Reconciliation: Collective Memory, Myth, and Nostalgia in American Pentecostalism” (Howard University, 2005). Order No. DA3184886.

Schoolman, Martha Elizabeth, “American Abolitionist Geographies: Literature and the Politics of Place, 1840–1861” (University of Pennsylvania, 2005). Order No. DA3179806.

Siddons, Louise Elizabeth, “The Future of the American Race: Reproducing the Racialized Nation in Print Media, 1925–1940” (Stanford University, 2005). Order No. DA3186401.

Thomas, Kathleen Marie Way, “‘Their habits were startling’: The Perceptions, Strategies, and Erasing of a Mixed-Heritage Family in the Old Northwest” (University of Minnesota, 2005). Order No. DA3184976.

Webb-Anderson, Aerie Frances, “The Finer Shades of Difference: Race, Class, and Grammar in the Nineteenth Century of Henry James, Edith Wharton, and William Dean Howells” (State University of New York, Stony Brook, 2005). Order No. DA3179600.

 

Borders, Gary B., A Hanging in Nacogdoches: Murder, Race, Politics, and Polemics in Texas’s Oldest Town, 1870–1916. (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2006. xiv, 209 pp. Cloth, $50.00, isbn 0-292-70252-3. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-292-71299-5.)

Boswell, Terry, et al., Racial Competition and Class Solidarity. (Albany: State University of New York Press, 2006. x, 258 pp. $75.00, isbn 0-7914-6671-X.)

Finkelman, Paul, ed., Encyclopedia of African American History, 1619–1895: From the Colonial Period to the Age of Frederick Douglass. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2006. Vol. 1: xviii, 490; Vol. 2: 543; Vol. 3: 490 pp. $375.00, /setisbn 0-19-516777-5./set.)

Hartigan, John, Jr., Odd Tribes: Toward a Cultural Analysis of White People. (Durham: Duke University Press, 2005. x, 359 pp. Cloth, $84.95, isbn 0-8223-3584-0. Paper, $23.95, isbn 0-8223-3597-2.)

Jung, Moon-Ho, Coolies and Cane: Race, Labor, and Sugar in the Age of Emancipation. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006. xii, 275 pp. $48.95, isbn 0-8018-8281-8.)

Kevorkian, Martin, Color Monitors: The Black Face of Technology in America. (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2006. xiv, 204 pp. Cloth, $59.95, isbn 0-8014-4443-8. Paper, $17.95, isbn 0-8014-7278-4.)

Schiesl, Martin, and Mark M. Dodge, eds., City of Promise: Race and Historical Change in Los Angeles. (Claremont: Regina, 2006. vi, 228 pp. Paper, $18.95, isbn 1-930053-42-8.) Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.

Weiner, Mark S., Americans Without Law: The Racial Boundaries of Citizenship. (New York: New York University Press, 2006. x, 197 pp. $45.00, isbn 0-8147-9364-9.)

Yarema, Allan, The American Colonization Society: An Avenue to Freedom? (Lanham: University Press of America, 2006. x, 90 pp. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-7618-3359-5.)

 

Davis, Thomas J., ed., Race Relations in America: A Reference Guide with Primary Documents. (Westport: Greenwood, 2006. xxx, 301 pp. $75.00, isbn 0-313-31115-3.)


Religion

Allen, J. Timothy, “Religion and Politics: James O’Kelley’s Republicanism and Francis Asbury’s Federalism,” Methodist History, 44 (April 2006), 153–65.

Allen, William Loyd, “‘Exquisite Powers’: Ann Baker Graves and Corinthia Read Williams, Obedient Revolutionaries,” Baptist History & Heritage, 40 (Summer–Fall 2005), 100–111.

Avella, Steven M., “Building the Latino/a Catholic Presence in Sacramento, California,” U.S. Catholic Historian, 23 (Fall 2005), 17–38.

Baepler, Richard, “John Strietelmeier: Called to the ‘Holy Laity,’” Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly, 78 (Winter 2005), 219–44.

Baldwin, Eric, “‘The Devil Begins to Roar’: Opposition to Early Methodists in New England,” Church History, 75 (March 2006), 94–119.

Barrett, James R., “Vatican II Comes to the West Side: An Experiment in Catholic Autobiography and the Historiography of Race and Class,” U.S. Catholic Historian, 23 (Fall 2005), 95–119.

Bendroth, Margaret Lamberts, “An Understated Tale of Epic Social Change: Women’s Ordination 50 Years Ago and Now,” Journal of Presbyterian History, 83 (Fall–Winter 2005), 105–17. Heavily illustrated.

Blosser, Jacob M., “Constructing Modernity: Historical Imagery and Religious Identity in Charleston’s Great Awakening,” South Carolina Historical Magazine, 106 (Oct. 2005), 212–34.

Blum, Edward, “‘Paul Has Been Forgotten’: Women, Gender, and Revivalism during the Gilded Age,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 3 (July 2004), 247–70.

Bozeman, Theodore Dwight, “John Clarke and the Complications of Liberty,” Church History, 75 (March 2006), 69–93.

Bromberg, Francine W., and Steven J. Shephard, “The Quaker Burying Ground in Alexandria, Virginia: A Study of Burial Practices of the Religious Society of Friends,” Historical Archaeology, 40 (no. 1, 2006), 57–88.

Buczek, Daniel, “Equality of Right: Polish American Bishops in the American Hierarchy,” Polish American Studies, 62 (Spring 2005), 5–28.

Burns, Jeffrey M., “Prelude to Reform: The Church in San Francisco before the Council,” U.S. Catholic Historian, 23 (Fall 2005), 1–15.

Canipe, Lee, “The Unlikely Argument of a Baptist Fundamentalist: John Roach Straton’s Defense of Women in the Pulpit,” Baptist History & Heritage, 40 (Spring 2005), 64–76.

Cannon, Brian Q., “Mormonism in Montana,” Montana, 56 (Spring 2006), 2–19.

Chinnici, Joseph P., “Changing Religious Practice and the End of Christendom in the United States, 1965–1980,” U.S. Catholic Historian, 23 (Fall 2005), 61–82.

Choi, Myung-Duk, “The Background of the Christian Right and Their Involvement in Politics,” Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 19 (May 2004), 159–74.

Doyle, Michael, “Zionsgemeinde, Palmenthal, Revisited,” Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly, 79 (Spring 2006), 26–47.

Fenton, Elizabeth, “Birth of a Protestant Nation: Catholic Canadians, Religious Pluralism, and National Unity in the Early Republic,” Early American Literature, 41 (March 2006), 29–57.

Griffin, Dale, “Steadfast Servants in Trying Times: The 1938–1944 Faculty of Concordia Theological Seminary, Springfield, Illinois,” Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly, 78 (Winter 2005), 245–55.

Guenther, Karen, “‘A Restless Desire’: Geographic Mobility and Members of Exeter Monthly Meeting, Berks County, PA., 1710–1789,” Pennsylvania History, 70 (Autumn 2003), 331–60.

Hill, Harvey, and Jennifer Watson, “In Christ There Is No Gay or Straight? Homosexuality in the Episcopal Church,” Anglican and Episcopal History, 75 (March 2006), 37–68.

Koehlinger, Amy, “‘Race relations needs the Nun’: Sources of Continuity and Change in the Racial Apostolate of the 1960s,” U.S. Catholic Historian, 23 (Fall 2005), 39–59.

Lazich, Michael C., “American Missionaries and the Opium Trade in Nineteenth-Century China,” Journal of World History, 17 (June 2006), 197–223.

Lipscomb, Lan, “Andrew A. Lipscomb: A Preacher, Teacher, and Man of Letters in Alabama, 1842–1860,” Alabama Review, 59 (Jan. 2006), 2–43.

McKevitt, Gerald, “Northwest Indian Evangelization by European Jesuits, 1841–1909,” Catholic Historical Review, 91 (Oct. 2005), 688–713.

Meyer, Scott J., “A Lutheran Patriarch: Pastor Theodore Kohn,” Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly, 78 (Winter 2005), 194–218.

Mohon, Timothy, “The Effect and Implications of the Theology of Elder Reuben Ross on Baptist Life,” Baptist History & Heritage, 40 (Spring 2005), 86–97.

Nixon, John Ashley, “Like a Wildfire: The Growth of Virginia Baptists between 1765 and 1774,” Baptist History & Heritage, 40 (Spring 2005), 77–85.

O’Brien, David J., “The Renewal of American Catholicism: A Retrospective,” U.S. Catholic Historian, 23 (Fall 2005), 83–94.

O’Sullivan, Meg Devlin, “Missionary and Mother: Jerusha Swain’s Transformation in the Cherokee Nation, 1852–1861,” Chronicles of Oklahoma, 83 (Winter 2005–2006), 452–65.

Park, Eunjin, “From ‘Saving Souls’ to ‘Reforming Society’: Changing Educational Goals of the American Methodist Mission to China, 1847–1911,” Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 20 (Nov. 2004), 29–58.

Preucel, Robert W., and Steven R. Pendery, “Envisioning Utopia: Transcendentalist and Fourierist Landscapes at Brook Farm, West Roxbury, Massachusetts,” Historical Archaeology, 40 (no. 1, 2006), 6–19.

Smoot, Pamela A., “Keep Your Hand on the Plow—Hold On: Black Baptist Women in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,” Baptist History & Heritage, 40 (Summer–Fall 2005), 28–39.

Smucker, Janneken, “Destination Amish Quilt Country: The Consumption of Quilts in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, 80 (April 2006), 185–206.

Sweet, Julie Anne, “‘The Excellency and Advantage of Doing Good’: Thoughts on the Anniversary Sermons Preached before the Trustees of Georgia, 1731–1750,” Georgia Historical Quarterly, 90 (Spring 2006), 1–34.

Thomas, Samuel J., “A ‘Final Disposition. One Way or Another’: The Real End of the First Curran Affair,” Catholic Historical Review, 91 (Oct. 2005), 714–42.

Troehler, Daniel, “The Kingdom of God on Earth and Early Chicago Pragmatism,” Educational Theory, 56 (Feb. 2006), 89–105.

Turner, John G., “The Power behind the Throne: Henrietta Mears and Post–World War II Evangelicalism,” Journal of Presbyterian History, 83 (Fall–Winter 2005), 141–57.

Van Wormer, Heather M., “The Ties That Bind: Ideology, Material Culture, and the Utopian Ideal,” Historical Archaeology, 40 (no. 1, 2006), 37–56.

Vieker, Jon D., “‘Who from Our Mothers’ Arms’: The Story of the Hymnals That Came Before Us,” Concordia Historical Institute Quarterly, 79 (Spring 2006), 2–25.

Woodard, Patricia, “Musical Life at Ocean Grove, New Jersey: The First Fifty Years, 1869–1919, Part II,” Methodist History, 44 (April 2006), 140–52.

Yang, Hong-Seuk, “19 Saegimal 20 Saegicho Miguk Seongyosadeul eui Jungguk ei daehan Ihae” (American missionaries’ understanding of China from the late nineteenth to the early twentieth centuries), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 20 (Nov. 2004), 59–88. In Korean.

 

Belvadi, Anikumar, “American Missions and Sunday Schools in Victorian India” (Washington University, 2005). Order No. DA3181153.

Carter, Catherine Lee, “The Role of Theology in the Production of Space in Shaker Societies” (University of Maryland, College Park, 2005). Order No. DA3178497.

Dochuk, Darren, “From Bible Belt to Sunbelt: Plain Folk Religion, Grassroots Politics, and the Southernization of Southern California, 1939–1969” (University of Notre Dame, 2005). Order No. DA3181536.

Ford, Rebecca Reno, “A Fire in Her Bones: Autobiographical Accounts of Women’s Public Evangelism in Nineteenth-Century America” (Purdue University, 2005). Order No. DA3185756.

Harsch, George, IV, “‘Puff Graham’: American Media, American Culture, and the Creation of Billy Graham, 1949–1953” (University of Southern Mississippi, 2005). Order No. DA3180141.

Lantzer, Jason S., “‘Prohibition is here to stay’: The Reverend Edward S. Shumaker and the Rise and Fall of Dry Culture in America” (Indiana University, 2005). Order No. DA3183921.

O’Brien, Karen Elizabeth, “Pragmatic Toleration: Lived Religion, Obligation, and Political Identity in the American Revolution” (Northwestern University, 2005). Order No. DA3177783.

Rosenior, Derrick Rodney, “Toward Racial Reconciliation: Collective Memory, Myth, and Nostalgia in American Pentecostalism” (Howard University, 2005). Order No. DA3184886.

Snyder, Robert Arthur, “William T. Brantly (1787–1845): A Southern Unionist and the Breakup of the Triennial Convention” (Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, 2005). Order No. DA3181605.

Spear, Sonja, “Jesus the Jew: Jewish, Protestant, and Catholic Construction of Jesus in an Age of Anti-Semitism, 1890–1940” (Indiana University, 2005). Order No. DA3185401.

Stanwood, Owen Charles, “Creating the Common Enemy: Catholics, Indians, and the Politics of Fear in Imperial North America, 1678–1700” (Northwestern University, 2005). Order No. DA3177813.

Steel, Laura Szumanski, “In the Name of the Father: The American Catholic Church and United States Foreign Policy during the Vietnam War” (Temple University, 2005). Order No. DA3178832.

Sutton, Matthew Avery, “Aimee Semple McPherson and the Remaking of American Faith, Politics, and Culture” (University of California, Santa Barbara, 2005). Order No. DA3178751.

 

Conforti, Joseph A., Saints and Strangers: New England in British North America. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006. xii, 236 pp. Cloth, $55.00, isbn 0-8018-8253-2. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-8018-8254-0.)

Emerson, Michael O., with Rodney M. Woo, People of the Dream: Multiracial Congregations in the United States. (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2006. xiv, 261 pp. $24.95, isbn 0-691-12451-5.)

Fleek, Sherman L., History May Be Searched in Vain: A Military History of the Mormon Battalion. (Spokane: Clark, 2006. 414 pp. $37.50, isbn 0-87062-343-5.)

Hill, Samuel S., ed., The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, vol. 1: Religion. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2006. xx, 248 pp. Cloth, $39.95, isbn 0-8078-3003-8. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-8078-5674-6.)

Michael, George, The Enemy of My Enemy: The Alarming Convergence of Militant Islam and the Extreme Right. (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2006. viii, 397 pp. $34.95, isbn 0-7006-1444-3.)

Smith, Ryan K., Gothic Arches, Latin Crosses: Anti-Catholicism and American Church Designs in the Nineteenth Century. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2006. xiv, 224 pp. Cloth, $55.00, isbn 0-8078-3025-9. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-8078-5689-4.)

 

The Christian Woman’s Exchange, ed., Creole Cookery. (Gretna: Pelican, 2005. xxvi, 223 pp. $23.00, isbn 1-58980-342-6.) Originally published in 1885.


Revolutionary and Early National

Baker, Jennifer J., “Paper Money Gets Personal: Reading Credit and Character in Early America,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Baker, Mary Beth, “Nathan Hale: Icon of Innocence,” Connecticut History, 45 (Spring 2006), 1–30.

Baldwin, Eric, “‘The Devil Begins to Roar’: Opposition to Early Methodists in New England,” Church History, 75 (March 2006), 94–119.

Blessing, Tim H., “The Lewistown Riots, 1791–1793: A Micro-analytic Approach,” Pennsylvania History, 71 (Summer 2004), 285–321.

Chung, Kyung Hee, “Miguk Daetongryung Seonchuljaedo eui Hyungseong: Seongeo Indan Jaedo eui Giwon” (Making the mode of presidential selection in the U.S.: The origins of the electoral college), Yoksa Kyoyuk/Korean History Education Review (Seoul) (no. 94, 2005), 151–69. In Korean.

Doty, R. G., “When Money Was Different: A Look Backward,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Fenton, Elizabeth, “Birth of a Protestant Nation: Catholic Canadians, Religious Pluralism, and National Unity in the Early Republic,” Early American Literature, 41 (March 2006), 29–57.

Frasca, Ralph, “Benjamin Franklin’s Printing Network and the Stamp Act,” Pennsylvania History, 71 (Autumn 2004), 403–19.

Hemphill, C. Dallett, “Manners and Class in the Revolutionary Era: A Transatlantic Comparison,” William and Mary Quarterly, 63 (April 2006), 345–72.

Hockett, Robert, “A Jeffersonian Republican by Hamiltonian Means: Values, Constraints, and Finance in the Design of a Comprehensive and Contemporary ‘Ownership Society,’” Southern California Law Review, 79 (Nov. 2005), 45–164.

Irvin, Benjamin H., “Benjamin Franklin’s ‘Enriching Virtues’: Continental Currency and the Creation of a Revolutionary Republic,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Karmel, Jamie, “The Market Moment: Banking and Politics in Jeffersonian Pennsylvania, 1810–1815,” Pennsylvania History, 70 (Winter 2003), 55–80.

Kelly, M. Ruth Reilly, “‘Rightfully Theirs and Valid in the Law’: Western Pennsylvania Land Wars, 1792–1810,” Pennsylvania History, 71 (Winter 2004), 25–51.

Kopperman, Paul E., “The Medical Aspect of the Braddock and Forbes Expeditions,” Pennsylvania History, 71 (Summer 2004), 257–83.

Lash, Kurt T., “James Madison’s Celebrated Report of 1800: The Transformation of the Tenth Amendment,” George Washington Law Review, 74 (Feb. 2006), 165–200.

Marzagalli, Silvia, “Establishing Transatlantic Trade Networks in Time of War: Bordeaux and the United States, 1793–1815,” Business History Review, 79 (Winter 2005), 811–44.

McDonnell, Michael A., “Class War? Class Struggles during the American Revolution in Virginia,” William and Mary Quarterly, 63 (April 2006), 305–44.

Shaffer, Jason, “Making ‘an Excellent Die’: Death, Mourning, and Patriot Plays in the Propaganda Plays of the American Revolution,” Early American Literature, 41 (March 2006), 1–27.

Sklansky, Jeffrey, “‘A Bank on Parnassus’: Nicholas Biddle and the Beauty of Banking,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Stourzh, Gerald, “‘Members Only’: Willi Adams and Equality in Revolutionary America—Some Lessons for the Understanding of American Constitutionalism,” in Atlantic Passages: Constitution—Immigration—Internationalization, ed. Andreas Etges and Ursula Lehmkuhl, 33–44. (Münster: lit, 2006. 184 pp. €29.90, isbn 3-8258-9344-8.)

Theriault, Sean M., “Party Politics during the Louisiana Purchase,” Social Science History, 30 (Summer 2006), 293–323.

Trees, Andy, “The Diary of William Maclay and Political Manners in the First Congress,” Pennsylvania History, 69 (Spring 2002), 210–29.

White, Adam J., “Toward the Framers’ Understanding of ‘Advice and Consent’: A Historical and Textual Inquiry,” Harvard Journal of Law & Public Policy, 29 (Fall 2005), 103–48.

 

Beutler, Keith Tony, “The Memory Revolution in America and Memory of the American Revolution, 1790–1840” (Washington University, 2005). Order No. DA3181154.

Long, Charles Thomas, “Green Water Revolution: The War for American Independence on the Waters of the Southern Chesapeake Theater” (George Washington University, 2005). Order No. DA3183145.

Walker, Donald Lee, Jr., “Alexander Hamilton’s American Empire: The Intellectual Foundations of Federalist Foreign Policy” (University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 2005). Order No. DA3186887.

 

Berkin, Carol, Revolutionary Mothers: Women in the Struggle for America’s Independence. (New York: Vintage, 2005. xviii, 194 pp. Paper, $13.95, isbn 1-4000-7532-7.)

Gibson, Alan, Interpreting the Founding: Guide to the Enduring Debates over the Origins and Foundations of the American Republic. (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2006. xviii, 174 pp. Cloth, $35.00, isbn 0-7006-1453-2. Paper, $15.95, isbn 0-7006-1454-0.)

Higginbotham, Don, Revolution in America: Considerations and Comparisons. (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2005. xiv, 230 pp. Cloth, $49.50, isbn 0-8139-2383-2. Paper, $19.50, isbn 0-8139-2384-0.)

Nelson, James L., Benedict Arnold’s Navy: The Ragtag Fleet That Lost the Battle of Lake Champlain but Won the American Revolution. (Boston: McGraw Hill, 2006. xvi, 386 pp. $24.95, isbn 0-07-146806-4.)

Rappleye, Charles, Sons of Providence: The Brown Brothers, the Slave Trade, and the American Revolution. (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2006. 400 pp. $27.00, isbn 0-7432-6687-0.)

Rose, Alexander, Washington’s Spies: The Story of America’s First Spy Ring. (New York: Bantam, 2006. 370 pp. $26.00, isbn 0-553-80421-9.)

Wright, Robert E., and David J. Cowen, Financial Founding Fathers: The Men Who Made America Rich. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2006. 240 pp. $25.00, isbn 0-226-91068-7.)

 

Gross, Jonathan, ed., Thomas Jefferson’s Scrapbooks: Poems of Nation, Family, and Romantic Love Collected by America’s Third President. (South Royalton: Steerforth, 2006. xviii, 570 pp. $32.95, isbn 1-58642-107-7.)

Kaminski, John P., ed., The Quotable Jefferson. (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2006. lxiv, 557 pp. $19.95, isbn 0-691-12267-9.)

Lengel, Edward G., ed., The Papers of George Washington: Revolutionary War Series, vol. 15: May–June 1778. (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2006. xxxviii, 670 pp. $85.00, isbn 0-8139-2522-3.)

Lint, Gregg L., et al., eds., Papers of John Adams,vol. 13: May–October 1782. (Cambridge: Belknap, 2006. xxxvi, 607 pp. $85.00, isbn 0-674-01812-5.)

Marino, Cesare, and Karim M. Tiro, eds., Along the Hudson and Mohawk: The 1790 Journey of Count Paolo Andreani. (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2006. xii, 115 pp. $35.00, isbn 0-8122-3914-8.)

Yarbrough, Jean M., ed., The Essential Jefferson. (Indianapolis: Hackett, 2006. xviii, 287 pp. Paper, $12.95, isbn 0-87220-747-1.)


Science and Technology

Aldrich, Mark, “A Mighty Rough Road: The Deterioration of Work Safety on American Railroads, 1955–75,” Labor History, 46 (Aug. 2005), 307–28.

Carter, Julian, “On Mother-Love: History, Queer Theory, and Nonlesbian Identity,” Journal of the History of Sexuality, 14 (Jan./April 2005), 107–38.

Cruikshank, Kate, et al., “How Do We Show You What We’ve Got? Access to Archival Collections in the Digital Age,” Journal of the Association for History and Computing, 8 (Sept. 2005) http://mcel.pacificu.edu/JAHC/jahcindex.htm.

de la Peña, Carolyn Thomas, “‘Bleaching the Ethiopian’: Desegregating Race and Technology through Early X-Ray Experiments,” Technology and Culture, 47 (Jan. 2006), 27–55.

Freire, Olival, Jr., “Science and Exile: David Bohm, the Cold War, and a New Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics,” Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences, 36 (no. 1, 2005), 1–34.

Kanazawa, Mark, “Investment in Private Water Development: Property Rights and Contractual Opportunism during the California Gold Rush,” Explorations in Economic History, 43 (April 2006), 357–81.

Kimmel, Julie, “Web Evaluation in the History Classroom: Reconsidering the Checklist,” Journal of the Association for History and Computing, 8 (Sept. 2005) http://mcel.pacificu.edu/JAHC/jahcindex.htm.

Kohlstedt, Sally Gregory, “Nature, Not Books: Scientists and the Origins of the Nature-Study Movement in the 1890s,” Isis, 96 (Sept. 2005), 324–52.

Kohlstedt, Sally Gregory, “‘Thoughts in Things,’” Isis, 96 (Dec. 2005), 586–601.

Krimsky, Sheldon, “From Asilomar to Industrial Biotechnology: Risks, Reductionism, and Regulation,” Science as Culture (London), 14 (Dec. 2005), 309–23.

Lake, Marilyn, “From the Mississippi to Melbourne via Natal: The Invention of the Literacy Test as a Technology of Racial Exclusion,” in Connected Worlds: History in Transnational Perspective, ed. Ann Curthoys and Marilyn Lake, 209–29. (Canberra: Australian National University, 2005. x, 278 pp. Paper, $25.00, isbn 1-920942-44-0.)

McQuaid, Kim, “Selling the Space Age: nasa and Earth’s Environment, 1958–1990,” Environment and History (Cambridge), 12 (May 2006), 127–63.

Mezzano, Michael, “The Progressive Origins of Eugenics Critics: Raymond Pearl, Herbert S. Jennings, and the Defense of Scientific Inquiry,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (Jan. 2005), 83–97.

Mody, Cyrus C. M., “Corporations, Universities, and Instrumental Communities: Commercializing Probe Microscopy, 1981–1996,” Technology and Culture, 47 (Jan. 2006), 56–80.

Park, Hee-Joo, “Mediating the Evolution Controversy in America: The Case of the American Scientific Association,” Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 20 (Nov. 2004), 193–222.

Plunkett, W. Howard, “Radar Bombing during Rolling Thunder—Part I: Ryan’s Raiders,” Air Power History, 53 (Spring 2006), 4–21.

Robbins, Jane, “The ‘Problem of the Gifted Student’: National Research Council Efforts to Identify and Cultivate Undergraduate Talent in a New Era of Mass Education, 1919–1929,” History of Higher Education Annual, 24 (2005), 91–124.

Rudolph, John L., “Turning Science to Account: Chicago and the General Science Movement in Secondary Education, 1905–1920,” Isis, 96 (Sept. 2005), 353–89.

Soderstrom, Mark, “Family Trees and Timber Rights: Albert E. Jenks, Americanization, and the Rise of Anthropology at the University of Minnesota,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 3 (April 2004), 176–204.

Telotte, J. P., “Lost in Space: Television as Science Fiction Icon,” Journal of Popular Film and Television, 33 (Winter 2006), 178–86.

Tilley, David Rogers, “National Metabolism and Communications Technology Development in the United States, 1790–2000,” Environment and History (Cambridge), 12 (May 2006), 165–90.

Tucker, Jennifer, “The Historian, the Picture, and the Archive,” Isis, 97 (March 2006), 111–20.

 

Emin-Tunc, Tanfer, “Technologies of Choice: A History of Abortion Techniques in the United States, 1850–1980” (State University of New York, Stony Brook, 2005). Order No. DA3179633.

Miller, Kimberly A., “Eugenics and American Theatre, 1912–1921” (University of Kansas, 2005). Order No. DA3185194.

Shuhong, Gong, “Meiguo jiaoyu jishuxue de lishi yu fanshu yanjiu” (On the history and the paradigm of United States technological education) (South China Normal University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Vetter, Jeremy, “The Regional Development of Science: Knowledge, Environment, and Field Work in the U.S. Central Plains and Rocky Mountains, 1860–1920” (University of Pennsylvania, 2005). Order No. DA3179825.

Worden, Joel Daniel, “The Galapagos in American Consciousness: American Fiction Writers’ Responses to Darwinism” (University of Delaware, 2005). Order No. DA3181874.

 

Abbott, Carl, Frontiers Past and Future: Science Fiction and the American West. (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2006. x, 230 pp. $29.95, isbn 0-7006-1430-3.)

Conant, Jennet, 109 East Place: Robert Oppenheimer and the Secret City of Los Alamos. (New York: Simon & Schuster, 2005. xx, 424 pp. Paper, $14.00, isbn 0-7432-5008-7.)

Dawson, Virginia P., and Mark D. Bowles, eds., Realizing the Dream of Flight: Biographical Essays in Honor of the Centennial of Flight, 1903–2003. (Washington: nasa, 2005. xvi, 310 pp. $20.00, isbn 2005018938.)

Lemov, Rebecca, World as Laboratory: Experiments with Mice, Mazes, and Men. (New York: Hill and Wang, 2005. 291 pp. $30.00, isbn 0-8090-7464-8.)

Masco, Joseph, The Nuclear Borderlands: The Manhattan Project in Post–Cold War New Mexico. (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2006. xvi, 425 pp. Cloth, $65.00, isbn 0-691-12076-5. Paper, $24.95, isbn 0-691-12077-3.)


Sexuality

Carter, Julian, “On Mother-Love: History, Queer Theory, and Nonlesbian Identity,” Journal of the History of Sexuality, 14 (Jan./April 2005), 107–38.

Freedman, Estelle B., “When Historical Interpretation Meets Legal Advocacy: Abortion, Sodomy, and Same-Sex Marriage,” in Feminism, Sexuality, & Politics, by Estelle B. Freedman, 175–95. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2006. x, 253 pp. Cloth, $45.00, isbn 0-8078-3031-3. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-8078-5694-0.)

Morris, Charles E., III, “Passing by Proxy: Collusive and Convulsive Silence in the Trial of Leopold and Loeb,” Quarterly Journal of Speech, 91 (Aug. 2005), 264–90.

Robertson, Stephen, “What’s Law Got to Do with It? Legal Records and Sexual Histories,” Journal of the History of Sexuality, 14 (Jan./April 2005), 161–85.

 

Teo, Hsu-Ming, “The Americanisation of Romantic Love in Australia,” in Connected Worlds: History in Transnational Perspective, ed. Ann Curthoys and Marilyn Lake, 171–92. (Canberra: Australian National University, 2005. x, 278 pp. Paper, $25.00, isbn 1-920942-44-0.)

 

Dennis, Donna I., “Obscenity Regulation, New York City, and the Creation of American Erotica, 1820–1880” (Princeton University, 2005). Order No. DA3181608.

Draper, Ranney Blake, “Same-Sex Desire in California, 1849–1900” (University of California, Riverside, 2005). Order No. DA3179374.

Hribkova, Klara, “Power, Subject, and Syphilis: Towards a Sociology of Venereal Disease in the United States, 1900–1950” (Simon Fraser University, Canada, 2004). Order No. DANR03129.

Myers, Judith Gay, “A Socio-Historical Analysis of the Kentucky Birth Control Movement, 1933–1943” (University of Kentucky, 2005). Order No. DA3178520.


Social and Cultural

Brewin, Mark, “The Freak Election Bet and the Performance of the Democratic Paradox,” Communication Review (Yverdon), 9 (Jan.–March 2006), 37–62.

Brown, Candy Gunther, “Publicizing Domestic Piety: The Cultural Work of Religious Texts in the Woman’s Building Library,” Libraries & Culture, 41 (Winter 2006), 35–54.

Burns, Jeffrey M., “Prelude to Reform: The Church in San Francisco before the Council,” U.S. Catholic Historian, 23 (Fall 2005), 1–15.

Caric, Ric N., “From Ordered Buckets to Honored Felons: Fire Companies and Cultural Transformation in Philadelphia, 1785–1850,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Spring 2005), 117–58.

Chan, Yuen-Ying, “Reimagining America,” Social Research, 72 (Winter 2005), 935–52.

Chinnici, Joseph P., “Changing Religious Practice and the End of Christendom in the United States, 1965–1980,” U.S. Catholic Historian, 23 (Fall 2005), 61–82.

Cross, Gary, “Crowds and Leisure: Thinking Comparatively across the 20th Century,” Journal of Social History, 39 (Spring 2006), 631–50.

Davis, Erin K., “Printing at the Fair: The Printing Exhibits at the 1904 Louisiana Purchase International Exposition,” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America, 99 (Sept. 2005), 427–44.

Elles, Marios, “Chinese Whispers: Jimi Hendrix, Fame, and ‘The Star Spangled Banner,’” 49th Parallel (Birmingham) (no. 17, Spring 2006) http://www.49thparallel.bham.ac.uk.

Fishback, Price V., William C. Horrace, and Shawn Kantor, “The Impact of New Deal Expenditures on Mobility during the Great Depression,” Explorations in Economic History, 43 (April 2006), 179–222.

Fox, John, “William Kelly, Gentleman Gold Digger California, 1849–50; Australia, 1853 and 1858,” California Territorial Quarterly (no. 64, Winter 2005), 36–44.

Franklin, V. P., “The African American Experience in the Western States,” Journal of African American History, 91 (Winter 2006), 1–72. Special issue.

Freire, Olival, Jr., “Science and Exile: David Bohm, the Cold War, and a New Interpretation of Quantum Mechanics,” Historical Studies in the Physical and Biological Sciences, 36 (no. 1, 2005), 1–34.

Gallagher, Bernice E., “Illinois Women’s Novels at the Woman’s Building Library,” Libraries & Culture, 41 (Winter 2006), 109–32.

Gautier, Amina, “African American Women’s Writings in the Woman’s Building Library,” Libraries & Culture, 41 (Winter 2006), 55–84.

Goldberg, Martin, “The Jewel of the Valley: The Carnegie Library of Homestead,” Pennsylvania History, 70 (Spring 2003), 149–73.

Gordon, Sarah, “Prestige, Professionalism, and the Paradox of Eadweard Muybridge’s Animal Locomotion Nudes,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 130 (Jan. 2006), 79–104.

Gordon, Stephen C., “Rustic Repose: Spring Grove and the Rural Cemetery Movement,” Timeline, 23 (April–June 2006), 2–19. Heavily illustrated.

Graham, S. E., “The (Real)politiks of Culture: U.S. Cultural Diplomacy in unesco, 1946–1954,” Diplomatic History, 30 (April 2006), 231–51.

Hannah, Eleanor L., “The Gilded Age of Camp Lincoln, 1886–1916,” Chicago History, 34 (Spring 2006), 20–41. Heavily illustrated.

Hemphill, C. Dallett, “Manners and Class in the Revolutionary Era: A Transatlantic Comparison,” William and Mary Quarterly, 63 (April 2006), 345–72.

Hochman, Barbara, “Uncle Tom’s Cabin at the World’s Columbian Exposition,” Libraries & Culture, 41 (Winter 2006), 82–108.

Horowitz, Joseph, “Music and the Gilded Age: Social Control and Sacralization Revisited,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 3 (July 2004), 227–45.

Hwang, Haesung, “‘Weeheomhan Yeosong’ Flapper: 1920 Nyondae Miguk Munwha Danmyun Ilgi” (“A Dangerous Woman,” Flapper: A reading on 1920s American culture), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 22 (Nov. 2005), 89–118. In Korean.

Ivanov, Petko, “To Chicago and Back: Bulgaria and the World’s Fair of 1893,” Chicago History, 34 (Spring 2006), 42–59. Heavily illustrated.

Keirstead, Christopher M., “In Search of the ‘Great Human Family’: Tourism, Mass Culture, and the Knowable Community of Dickens’ American Notes,Nineteenth-Century Prose, 33 (Spring 2006), 117–32.

Kim, Deok-ho, “Naengjeon Chogi Coca-Cola wa Miguk Munwha Sanup eu Saegaewha” (Coca-Cola and the globalization of the American culture industry during the early Cold War era), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 21 (May 2005), 105–40. In Korean.

Kitch, Carolyn, “‘A Piazza from which the View Is Constantly Changing’: The Promise of Class and Gender Mobility on the Pennsylvania Railroad’s Cross-Country Tours,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Autumn 2005), 505–27.

Klem, Amelia, “A Life of Her Own Choosing: Anna Gibbons’ Fifty Years as a Tattooed Lady,” Wisconsin Magazine of History, 89 (Spring 2006), 28–39. Heavily illustrated.

Koslow, Jennifer, “Putting It to a Vote: The Provision of Pure Milk in Progressive Era Los Angeles,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 3 (April 2004), 111–44.

Kruty, Paul, “Wood Bungalows and Burnt-Clay Cottages: Building a Model Brick House at the Panama-Pacific International Exposition,” Winterthur Portfolio, 40 (Summer–Autumn 2005), 133–49.

Lewis, Herbert J., “A Connecticut Yankee in Early Alabama: Henry Wilbourne Stevens and the Founding of Ordered Society, 1814–1823,” Alabama Review, 59 (April 2006), 83–106.

Lindstrom, Linda, “The Lehi Brass Band,” Utah Historical Quarterly, 74 (Winter 2006), 47–65.

Lofthus, Richard, “‘Over Here, Over There’: The World War I Correspondence of the Pvt. John Warns Family,” South Dakota History, 36 (Spring 2006), 1–31.

Lundin, Anne, “Little Pilgrims’ Progress: Literary Horizons for Children’s Literature,” Libraries & Culture, 41 (Winter 2006), 133–52.

Manca, Joseph, “On the Origins of the American Porch: Architectural Persistence in Hudson Valley Dutch Settlements,” Winterthur Portfolio, 40 (Summer–Autumn 2005), 91–132.

Massoni, Kelley, “‘Teena Goes to Market’: Seventeen Magazine and the Early Construction of the Teen Girl (as) Consumer,” Journal of American Culture, 29 (March 2006), 31–42.

McClelland, James, “1876 Centennial Craze Sweeps into Philadelphia!,” Pennsylvania Heritage, 32 (Spring 2006), 16–25. Heavily illustrated.

McGill, Jason, “The Celebrity Club: Social Change in Postwar Providence,” Rhode Island History, 63 (Summer 2005), 31–48. Heavily illustrated.

Mires, Charlene, “The Lure of New England and the Search for the Capital of the World,” New England Quarterly, 79 (March 2006), 37–64.

Mosley, Stephen, “Common Ground: Integrating Social And Environmental History,” Journal of Social History, 39 (Spring 2006), 915–33.

Nyang, Sulayman S., “U.S.-Africa Relations over the Last Century: An African Perspective,” Social Research, 72 (Winter 2005), 913–34.

Oliver, Mamie O., “Idaho Ebony: The African American Presence in Idaho State History,” Journal of African American History, 91 (Winter 2006), 41–54.

Pfaff, Carol W., and Tonjes Veenstra, “Germans in America: Immigration History and Language Development,” in Atlantic Passages: Constitution—Immigration—Internationalization, ed. Andreas Etges and Ursula Lehmkuhl, 107–15. (Münster: lit, 2006. 184 pp. €29.90, isbn 3-8258-9344-8.)

Plymire, Darcy C., “Positive Addiction: Running and Human Potential in the 1970s,” Journal of Sport History, 31 (Fall 2004), 297–315.

Pollak, Oliver B., “The Education of Henry Monsky: Omaha Nebraska’s American Jewish Hero, 1890–1947,” Western States Jewish History, 38 (Winter 2006), 133–61.

Richards, Susan L., “Making Home Pay: Italian and Scottish Boardinghouse Keepers in Barre, 1880–1910,” Vermont History, 74 (Winter–Spring 2006), 48–66.

Roberts, Blain, “A New Cure for Brightleaf Tobacco: The Origins of the Tobacco Queen during the Great Depression,” Southern Cultures, 12 (Spring 2006), 30–52.

Rumbarger, Lee, “Housekeeping: Women Modernists’ Writing on War and Home,” Women’s Studies, 35 (Jan. 2006), 1–15.

Schürer, S. M., “H. Winslow Fegley and the fsa in Pennsylvania: Agenda and Context,” Pennsylvania History, 70 (Summer 2003), 269–86.

Schweitzer, Marlis, “‘The Mad Search for Beauty’: Actresses’ Testimonials, the Cosmetics Industry, and the ‘Democratization of Beauty,’” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (July 2005), 255–92.

Sheets, Kevin B., “Antiquity Bound: The Loeb Classical Library as Middlebrow Culture in the Early Twentieth Century,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (April 2005), 149–71.

Smucker, Janneken, “Destination Amish Quilt Country: The Consumption of Quilts in Lancaster County, Pennsylvania,” Mennonite Quarterly Review, 80 (April 2006), 185–206.

Sorby, Angela, “Symmetrical Womanhood: Poetry in the Woman’s Building Library,” Libraries & Culture, 41 (Winter 2006), 5–34.

Speltz, Mark, “An Interest in Health and Happiness as Yet Untold: The Woman’s Club of Madison, 1893–1917,” Wisconsin Magazine of History, 89 (Spring 2006), 2–15. Heavily illustrated.

Teo, Hsu-Ming, “The Americanisation of Romantic Love in Australia,” in Connected Worlds: History in Transnational Perspective, ed. Ann Curthoys and Marilyn Lake, 171–92. (Canberra: Australian National University, 2005. x, 278 pp. Paper, $25.00, isbn 1-920942-44-0.)

Todd, Emily B., “Afterword: The Woman’s Building Library and History,” Libraries & Culture, 41 (Winter 2006), 153–61.

Wadsworth, Sarah, ed., “The Woman’s Building Library of the World’s Columbian Exposition, 1893,” Libraries & Culture, 41 (Winter 2006), 1–167. Special issue.

Ward, Douglas B., “From Barbarian Farmers to Yeoman Consumers: Curtis Publishing Company and the Search for Rural America, 1910–1930,” American Journalism, 22 (Fall 2005), 47–67.

Weaver, Michael E., “The Volunteers of 1941: The Pennsylvania National Guard and Continuity in American Military Policy,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Summer 2005), 347–68.

Webster, Wendy, “Transnational Journeys and Domestic Histories,” Journal of Social History, 39 (Spring 2006), 651–66.

Whitford, Andrew B., Jeff Yates, and Holona L. Ochs, “Ideological Extremism and Public Participation,” Social Science Quarterly, 87 (March 2006), 36–54.

Wilkerson-Freeman, Sarah, “Fat Tuesday at Dixie’s: Jack Robinson’s New Orleans Mardi Gras Photographs, 1952–1955,” Southern Cultures, 12 (Spring 2006), 42–63.

 

Ackerman, Joy Whiteley, “Walden: A Sacred Geography” (Antioch New England Graduate School, 2005). Order No. DA3181625.

Banning, Jennifer Lynn, “Feed Sack Fashions in South Louisiana, 1949–1968: The Use of Commodity Bags in Garment Construction” (Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College, 2005). Order No. DA3184046.

Bowie, James I., “Innovation, Imitation, Legitimacy, and Deviance in the Design of Graphical Trademarks in the United States, 1884–2003” (University of Arizona, 2005). Order No. DA3179059.

Carney, Courtney Patterson, “Jazz and the Cultural Transformation of America in the 1920s” (Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College, 2003). Order No. DA3182877.

Carter, Catherine Lee, “The Role of Theology in the Production of Space in Shaker Societies” (University of Maryland, College Park, 2005). Order No. DA3178497.

Granade, Samuel Andrew, II, “‘I was a bum once myself’: Harry Partch, ‘U.S. Highball,’ and the Dust Bowl in the American Imagination” (University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, 2005). Order No. DA3182271.

Herman, Paul A., “American Homophobia: ‘The homosexual menace’ in Twentieth-Century American Culture” (Stanford University, 2005). Order No. DA3186351.

Iannacone, Rachel E., “Open Space for the Underclass: New York’s Small Parks (1880–1915)” (University of Pennsylvania, 2005). Order No. DA3179750.

Karl, Alissa G., “Modernism and the Marketplace: Literary Cultures and Consumer Capitalism, 1915–1939” (University of Washington, 2005). Order No. DA3178087.

Kase, Toyoshi, “Nisei Samurai: Culture and Agency in Three Japanese American Lives” (University of Maryland, College Park, 2005). Order No. DA3178608.

Orcutt, Kimberly, “‘Revising History’: Creating a Canon of American Art at the Centennial Exhibition” (City University of New York, 2005). Order No. DA3187359.

Parson, Edy Meiling, “Facing the Aliens: Asian American Identity through the Eyes of Both Cultures, 1870s–1940s” (Iowa State University, 2005). Order No. DA3184599.

Quirk, Martin W., “From Pioneers to Wheat Kings: The Development of Regional Image and Identity in Western Kansas, 1890–1929” (Marquette University, 2005). Order No. DA3184683.

Rohrer, Judy L., “Haole Matters: An Interrogation of Whiteness in Hawai‘i” (University of Hawai‘i, 2005). Order No. DA3184512.

Rottinghaus, Brandon, “Measure of the Mind of the Public: Patterns of Presidential Rhetoric and Public Opinion from Dwight D. Eisenhower to Bill Clinton” (Northwestern University, 2005). Order No. DA3177799.

Roylance, Patricia Jane, “International Nationalism: World History as Usable Past in Nineteenth-Century U.S. Culture” (Stanford University, 2005). Order No. DA3187339.

Schulle, Jennifer Marie, “Fashion and Fallen Women: The Apparel Industry, the Retail Trade, Fashion, and Prostitution in Late 19th-Century St. Louis” (Iowa State University, 2005). Order No. DA3184648.

Smalley, Andrea L., “‘The liberty of killing a deer’: Histories of Wildlife Use and Political Ecology in Early America” (Northern Illinois University, 2005). Order No. DA3185449.

Stanley, William Chad, “Uncivil Defenses: The Nuclear Fictions of Philip Wylie” (University of Connecticut, 2005). Order No. DA3180259.

Starr, Clinton Robert, “Bohemian Resonance: The Beat Generation and Urban Countercultures in the United States during the Late 1950s and Early 1960s” (University of Texas, Austin, 2005). Order No. DA3185984.

Wilson, Richard Arave, “The Development of the Idaho State Library: Chronicles and Narratives, 1901 to 2004” (University of Idaho, 2005). Order No. DA3178874.

Xu, Chen, “Meiguo xibu xiaoshuo yanjiu” (On United States western novels) (Shaihai Normal University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

 

Abrahams, Roger D., with Nick Spitzer, John F. Szwed, and Robert Farris Thompson, Blues for New Orleans: Mardi Gras and America’s Creole Soul. (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2006. 102 pp. $22.50, isbn 0-8122-3959-8.)

Agnew, Jean-Christophe, and Roy Rosenzweig, eds., A Companion to Post-1945 America. (Malden: Blackwell, 2006. xviii, 584 pp. $39.95, isbn 1-4051-4984-1.) Originally published in 2002.

Arthur, Anthony, and John Broesamle, Twelve Great Clashes That Shaped Modern America: From Geronimo to George W. Bush. (New York: Pearson, 2006. viii, 360 pp. Paper, $14.95, isbn 0-321-41826-3.)

Barney, William L., ed., A Companion to 19th-Century America. (Malden: Blackwell, 2006. x, 414 pp. Paper, $39.95, isbn 1-4051-4982-5.) Originally published in 2001.

Black, Brian, Nature and the Environment in Nineteenth-Century American Life. (Westport: Greenwood, 2006. xvi, 239 pp. $49.95, isbn 0-313-33201-1.) Heavily illustrated.

Boswell, Terry, et al., Racial Competition and Class Solidarity. (Albany: State University of New York Press, 2006. x, 258 pp. $75.00, isbn 0-7914-6671-X.)

Brison, Jeffrey D., Rockefeller, Carnegie, and Canada: American Philanthropy and the Arts and Letters in Canada. (Montreal: McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2005. xiv, 281 pp. $75.00, isbn 0-7735-2868-7.)

Burke, Peter, History and Social Theory: Second Edition. (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2006. xii, 224 pp. Cloth, $55.00, isbn 0-8014-4453-5. Paper, $21.95, isbn 0-8014-7285-7.) Originally published in 1993.

Dickerson, James L., Yellow Fever: A Deadly Disease Poised to Kill Again. (Amherst, N.Y.: Prometheus, 2006. 271 pp. $25.00, isbn 1-59102-399-8.)

Doheny, David A., David Finley: Quiet Force in America’s Arts. (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2006. viii, 392 pp. $35.00, isbn 0-89133-398-3.)

Eisenberg, John, The Great Match Race: When North Met South in America’s First Sports Spectacle. (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2006. xiv, 258 pp. $25.00, isbn 0-618-55612-5.)

Emerson, Michael O., with Rodney M. Woo, People of the Dream: Multiracial Congregations in the United States. (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2006. xiv, 261 pp. $24.95, isbn 0-691-12451-5.)

Field, Douglas, ed., American Cold War Culture. (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2005. x, 214 pp. Cloth, $75.00, isbn 0-7486-1922-4. Paper, $25.00, isbn 0-7486-1923-2.)

Gennari, John, Blowin’ Hot and Cold: Jazz and Its Critics. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2006. xiv, 480 pp. $35.00, isbn 0-226-28922-2.)

Haley, James L., Passionate Nation: The Epic History of Texas. (New York: Free Press, 2006. xviii, 636 pp. $35.00, isbn 0-684-86291-3.)

Helphand, Kenneth I., Defiant Gardens: Making Gardens in Wartime. (San Antonio: Trinity University Press, 2006. xvi, 303 pp. $34.95, isbn 1-59534-021-1.) Heavily illustrated.

Hill, Samuel S., ed., The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, vol. 1: Religion. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2006. xx, 248 pp. Cloth, $39.95, isbn 0-8078-3003-8. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-8078-5674-6.)

Hinds, Harold E., Jr., Marilyn F. Motz, and Angela M. S. Nelson, eds., Popular Culture Theory and Methodology: A Basic Introduction. (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2006. viii, 412 pp. Cloth, $65.00, isbn 0-87972-870-1. Paper, $21.95, isbn 0-87972-871-X.)

Jeansonne, Glen, with David Luhrssen, A Time of Paradox: America since 1890. (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2006. xxxiv, 538 pp. Cloth, $90.00, isbn 0-7425-3376-X. Paper, $32.95, isbn 0-7425-3377-8.)

Keller, Florian, Andy Kaufman: Wrestling with the American Dream. (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2005. xvi, 194 pp. $58.50, isbn 0-8166-4602-3.)

Klinger, Barbara, Beyond the Multiplex: Cinema, New Technologies, and the Home. (Berkeley: University of California Press, 2006. xii, 310 pp. Cloth, $60.00, isbn 0-520-22315-5. Paper, $24.95, isbn 0-520-24586-5.)

Krim, Arthur, Route 66: Iconography of the American Highway, ed. Denis Wood. (Santa Fe: Center for American Places, 2005. xx, 220 pp. $35.00, isbn 1-930066-35-X.) Heavily illustrated.

Masco, Joseph, The Nuclear Borderlands: The Manhattan Project in Post–Cold War New Mexico. (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2006. xvi, 425 pp. Cloth, $65.00, isbn 0-691-12076-5. Paper, $24.95, isbn 0-691-12077-3.)

Pillsbury, Richard, ed., The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, vol. 2: Geography. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2006. xx, 224 pp. Cloth, $39.95, isbn 0-8078-3013-5. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-8078-5681-9.)

Smith, David L., Hoosiers in Hollywood. (Indianapolis: Indiana Historical Society, 2006. xx, 596 pp. $59.95, isbn 0-87195-194-0.) Heavily illustrated.

Snyder, Sharon L., and David T. Mitchell, Cultural Locations of Disability. (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2006. xiv, 245 pp. Cloth, $58.00, isbn 0-226-76731-0. Paper, $19.00, isbn 0-226-76732-9.)

Szasz, Ferenc M., Larger Than Life: New Mexico in the Twentieth Century. (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2006. xviii, 298 pp. Paper, $22.95, isbn 0-8263-3883-6.) Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.

Vickers, Daniel, ed., A Companion to Colonial America. (Malden: Blackwell, 2006. xiv, 562 pp. Paper, $39.95, isbn 1-4051-4985-X.) Originally published in 2003.

Volti, Rudi, Cars and Culture: The Life Story of a Technology. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006. xviii, 171 pp. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-8018-8399-7.)

Young, Marilyn B., and Robert Buzzanco, eds., A Companion to the Vietnam War. (Malden: Blackwell, 2006. xii, 514 pp. Paper, $39.95, isbn 1-4051-4983-3.) Originally published in 2002.

 

Eisenach, Eldon J., ed., The Social and Political Thought of American Progressivism. (Indianapolis: Hackett, 2006. xx, 331 pp. Cloth, $45.00, isbn 0-87220-785-4. Paper, $16.95, isbn 0-87220-784-6.)

Green, Howard L., ed., Words That Make New Jersey: A Primary Source Reader. (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2006. xviii, 311 pp. $23.95, isbn 0-8135-3850-5.) Expanded Edition.

The Christian Woman’s Exchange, ed., Creole Cookery. (Gretna: Pelican, 2005. xxvi, 223 pp. $23.00, isbn 1-58980-342-6.) Originally published in 1885.


Social Welfare and Public Health

Bourque, Monique, “Populating the Poorhouse: A Reassessment of Poor Relief in the Antebellum Delaware Valley,” Pennsylvania History, 70 (Autumn 2003), 397–432.

Greene, Jeremy A., “Releasing the Flood Waters: Diuril and the Reshaping of Hypertension,” Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 79 (Winter 2005), 749–94.

Jach, Theresa R., “Reform versus Reality in the Progressive Era Texas Prison,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (Jan. 2005), 53–67.

Kim, Youn-Jin, “Chabyeoleui Sijeoninga, Woodaeinga: Sosusaeryok Chabyeol Sijon Jeongcha gwa Geuei Daehan Nonjaeng” (Affirmative action: Redress or preference), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 18 (Nov. 2003), 159–85. In Korean.

Mieras, Emily, “Tales from the Other Side of the Bridge: ymca Manhood, Social Class, and Social Reform in Turn-of-the-Twentieth-Century Philadelphia,” Gender & History (Oxford), 17 (Aug. 2005), 409–40.

Sheets, Kevin B., “Antiquity Bound: The Loeb Classical Library as Middlebrow Culture in the Early Twentieth Century,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (April 2005), 149–71.

Speakman, Joseph M., “The Inspector and His Critics: Child Labor Reform in Pennsylvania,” Pennsylvania History, 69 (Spring 2002), 266–86.

Speakman, Joseph M., “The New Deal Arrives in Penn’s Woods: The Beginnings of the Civilian Conservation Corps in Pennsylvania,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 130 (April 2006), 211–32.

 

Chunyuan, Qian, “Meiguo sirenjijinhui yu Meizhong guanxi—Jianlun guoji zhengzhi shehuihua” (On United States private foundations in Sino–United States relations, and on the socialization of international politics) (China Foreign Affairs University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Moeschen, Sheila C., “Benevolent Actors and Charitable ‘Objects’: Physical Disability and the Theatricality of Charity in Nineteenth and Twentieth-Century America” (Northwestern University, 2005). Order No. DA3177779.

Pahaham, Cheryl Ann, “Racial Origins of Wisconsin’s Welfare Reform, 1980 to 2000” (New School University, 2005). Order No. DA3184385.

Shumin, Wang, “Zhanhou Meiguo pinkun wenti yanjiu” (On the problem of poverty in the United States after World War II) (Fudan University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Streiff, Meg, “Boston’s Settlement Housing: Social Reform in an Industrial City” (Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College, 2005). Order No. DA3184102.

Tao, Li, “Meiguode cishan jijinhui yu Meiguo zhengzhi” (American charitable foundations and politics in the United States) (Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, China, 2003). In Chinese.

 

Blair, Karen J., Joining In: Exploring the History of Voluntary Organizations. (Malabar: Krieger, 2006. xii, 184 pp. $27.50, isbn 1-57524-025-4.) Heavily illustrated.

Piott, Steven L., American Reformers, 1870–1920: Progressives in Word and Deed. (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2006. viii, 225 pp. Cloth, $72.00, isbn 0-7425-2762-X. Paper, $26.95, isbn 0-7425-2763-8.)

Zink, Brian J., Anyone, Anything, Anytime: A History of Emergency Medicine. (Philadelphia: Mosby, 2006. xvi, 310 pp. $69.95, isbn 1-56053-710-8.) Heavily illustrated.

 

Melzer, Richard, “Leonard W. ‘Si’ Porter’s Memories of Life in the Civilian Conservation Corps Camps of Southern New Mexico, 1936–1939,” New Mexico Historical Review, 80 (Fall 2005), 417–36.

Sanders, Paul D., ed., Lyrics and Borrowed Tunes of the American Temperance Movement. (Columbia: University of Missouri Press, 2006. x, 281 pp. $49.95, isbn 0-8262-1645-8.)


Sports and Recreation

Allen, Arly, “Jess Willard and Carl Morris: Heavyweight Boxing in Oklahoma,” Chronicles of Oklahoma, 83 (Winter 2005–2006), 432–51.

Carson, Bob, “imp: Ohio’s Queen of the Turf,” Timeline, 23 (April–June 2006), 24–33. Heavily illustrated.

Demas, Lane, “The Brown Bomber’s Dark Day: Louis-Schmeling I and America’s Black Hero,” Journal of Sport History, 31 (Fall 2004), 253–71.

Heiskanan, Benita, “The Latinization of Boxing: A Texas Case-Study,” Journal of Sport History, 32 (Spring 2005), 6.

Kemper, Kurt Edward, “The Smell of Roses and the Color of the Players: College Football and the Expansion of the Civil Rights Movement in the West,” Journal of Sport History, 31 (Fall 2004), 317–39.

Kirsch, George B., “Municipal Golf Courses in the United States: 1895 to 1930,” Journal of Sport History, 32 (Spring 2005), 23–44.

Norris, Frank, “A Room with a View: Controversies over Hotel Development in Mount McKinley National Park, 1927–1970,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 96 (Fall 2005), 171–80. Heavily illustrated.

Pfeiffer, David A., and John Vernon, “Beyond the Box Score,” Prologue, 38 (Spring 2006), 12–21.

Plymire, Darcy C., “Positive Addiction: Running and Human Potential in the 1970s,” Journal of Sport History, 31 (Fall 2004), 297–315.

Schultz, Jaime, “‘A Wager Concerning a Diplomatic Pig’: A Crooked Reading of the Floyd of Rosedale Narrative,” Journal of Sport History, 32 (Spring 2005), 1–21.

Smalley, Andrea L., “‘Our Lady Sportsmen’: Gender, Class, and Conservation in Sport Hunting Magazines, 1873–1920,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (Oct. 2005), 355–80.

Taylor, J., “Mapping Adventure: A Historical Geography of Yosemite Valley Climbing Landscapes,” Journal of Historical Geography (London), 32 (Jan. 2006), 190–219.

Young, T., “False, Cheap, and Degraded: When History, Economy, and Environment Collided at Cades Cove, Great Smoky Mountains National Park,” Journal of Historical Geography (London), 32 (Jan. 2006), 169–89.

 

Iannacone, Rachel E., “Open Space for the Underclass: New York’s Small Parks (1880–1915)” (University of Pennsylvania, 2005). Order No. DA3179750.

Shukalo, Alice Marie, “Communing with the Gods: Bodybuilding, Masculinity, and U.S. Imperialism, 1875–1900” (University of Texas, Austin, 2005). Order No. DA3183973.

 

Eisenberg, John, The Great Match Race: When North Met South in America’s First Sports Spectacle. (Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2006. xiv, 258 pp. $25.00, isbn 0-618-55612-5.)

Guttmann, Allen, Sports: The First Five Millennia. (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2004. xvi, 448 pp. $34.95, isbn 1-55849-470-7.)

Morris, Peter, A Game of Inches: The Game on the Field—The Stories Behind the Innovations That Shaped Baseball. (Chicago: Dee, 2006. xxvi, 533 pp. $29.95, isbn 1-56663-677-9.)

Porter, Karra, Mad Seasons: The Story of the First Women’s Professional Basketball League, 1978–1981. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2006. xvi, 336 pp. Paper, $18.95, isbn 0-8032-8789-5.)

Schwartz, David G., Cutting the Wire: Gambling Prohibition and the Internet. (Reno: University of Nevada Press, 2005. xiv, 282 pp. Cloth, $49.95, isbn 0-87417-619-0. Paper, $24.95, isbn 0-87417-620-4.)

 

Pollock, Alan J., Barnstorming to Heaven: Syd Pollock and His Great Black Teams, ed. James A. Riley. (Tuscaloosa: University of Alabama Press, 2006. xii, 407 pp. $35.00, isbn 0-8173-1495-4.)


Teaching, Surveys, and Textbooks

Chung, Kyung Hee, “Migukeiseoeui Gukga Yeoksa Pyojun Nonjaeng ei gwanhan Yeongu” (A study on the National History Standards controversy in the U.S.), Yoksa Kyoyuk/Korean History Education Review (Seoul) (no. 89, 2004), 35–64. In Korean.

Crum, Steven, “Rare Exceptions: Some University Professors and the Teaching of Native American History, 1900–1970,” History Teacher, 39 (Feb. 2006), 153–73.

Kimmel, Julie, “Web Evaluation in the History Classroom: Reconsidering the Checklist,” Journal of the Association for History and Computing, 8 (Sept. 2005) http://mcel.pacificu.edu/JAHC/jahcindex.htm.

Merrick, Jeffrey, “July 14 and September 11: Historical Method and Pedagogical Method,” History Teacher, 39 (Feb. 2006), 197–214.

Son, Se-Ho, “‘Miguk Yeoksa Pyojunseo’ wha Gaejeongpan eul Duleosan Nonjaeng” (Controversies on “National Standards for History” and its revised edition), Migukhak Nonjip/Korean Journal of American Studies (Seoul), 36 (Winter 2004), 102–30. In Korean.

Southgate, Beverley, “‘A Pair of White Gloves’: Historians and Ethics,” Rethinking History (London), 10 (March 2006), 49–61.

 

Martin, Daisy A., “Teaching for Historical Thinking: Teacher Conceptions, Practices, and Constraints” (Stanford University, 2005). Order No. DA3187316.

 

Jeansonne, Glen, with David Luhrssen, A Time of Paradox: America since 1890. (Lanham: Rowman & Littlefield, 2006. xxxiv, 538 pp. Cloth, $90.00, isbn 0-7425-3376-X. Paper, $32.95, isbn 0-7425-3377-8.)

Lee, Bohyung, Miguksa Gaeseol (American history: A survey). (Seoul: Iljogak, 2005. 504 pp. ₩ 20,000, isbn 89-337-0470-1.) Revised edition. In Korean.


Transnational and Comparative

Allen, Ann Taylor, “The Kindergarten in Germany and the United States, 1840–1914: A Comparative Perspective,” History of Education (London), 35 (March 2006), 173–88.

Asada, Sadao, “Between the Old Diplomacy and the New, 1918–1922: The Washington System and the Origins of Japanese-American Rapprochement,” Diplomatic History, 30 (April 2006), 211–30.

Barton, H. Arnold, “Swedish America and the Genteel Tradition,” Swedish-American Historical Quarterly, 57 (Jan. 2006), 14–32.

Boyer, Paul S., “Internationalizing American History: Some Post–9/11 Perspectives,” in Atlantic Passages: Constitution—Immigration—Internationalization, ed. Andreas Etges and Ursula Lehmkuhl, 140–45. (Münster: lit, 2006. 184 pp. 󌍍.90, isbn 3-8258-9344-8.)

Cha, Sangchul, “1950 Nyeondae Syungman Rhee gwa Hanmi Dongmaeng” (Syngman Rhee and the Korean-American alliance in the 1950s), in A Reappraisal of the 1950s in Korea, ed. Chung In Moon and Se Joong Kim, 343–69. (Seoul: Sun In, 2004. ₩ 30,000, isbn 89-89205-79-4.) In Korean.

Cross, Gary, “Crowds and Leisure: Thinking Comparatively across the 20th Century,” Journal of Social History, 39 (Spring 2006), 631–50.

Desan, Christine, “Money Talks: Listening to the History of Value,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Fear, Jeffrey, and Christopher Kobrak, “Diverging Paths: Accounting for Corporate Governance in America and Germany,” Business History Review, 80 (Spring 2006), 1–48.

Helleiner, Eric, “North American Monetary Union? A Mid-Nineteenth-Century Prelude,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Kim, Deok-ho, “Haebang Ihoo Hangku eseoeu Sobi wa Migukwha Munjae” (Consumption and the question of Americanization in Korea since 1945), Migukhak Nonjip/Korean Journal of American Studies (Seoul), 37 (Fall 2005), 156–90. In Korean.

Kim, Nam Gyun, “Miguk Daetongnyung Seongeo Jaedo gwa Seongeo Munwha: 1948 Nyun gwa 2004 Nyun Daetongnyung Seongeo Bigyo” (The U.S. presidential election system and culture: A comparison of the 1948 and 2004 election), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 22 (Nov. 2005), 193–222. In Korean.

Kim, Youn-Jin, “Hanguk Eunron eul Tonghae Bon Miguk gwa Migukhwa: Imigi wa Damnon” (America and Americanization: Images and discourses in Korean journalism), Migukhak Nonjip/Korean Journal of American Studies (Seoul), 37 (Winter 2005), 7–38. In Korean.

Manning, Patrick, “Interactions and Connections: Locating and Managing Historical Complexity,” History Teacher, 39 (Feb. 2006), 175–95.

McDonnell, Michael A., “Paths Not Yet Taken, Voices Not Yet Heard: Rethinking Atlantic History,” in Connected Worlds: History in Transnational Perspective, ed. Ann Curthoys and Marilyn Lake, 45–61. (Canberra: Australian National University, 2005. x, 278 pp. Paper, $25.00, isbn 1-920942-44-0.)

McElhinney, James L., “Lost in Our Own Backyard: How American Landscape Painting Lost Its Way,” American Arts Quarterly, 22 (Fall 2005), 13–18. Heavily illustrated.

McNeil, Daniel, “Afro(Americo)centricity in Black (American) Nova Scotia,” Canadian Review of American Studies/Revue canadienne d’études américaines (Ottawa), 35 (no. 1, 2005), 57–85.

Moon, Ji-Young, “Prangce Gisikin gwa Banmijueui Damnon, 1919–1939” (The French intellectuals and the discourse of anti-Americanism, 1919–1939), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 22 (Nov. 2005), 61–89. In Korean.

Offenburger, Andrew, ed., “Safundi and White Supremacy: An Introduction to Issue 21,” Safundi (no. 21, Jan. 2006) http://www.safundi.com. Special issue.

Orum, Anthony M., “Circles of Influence and Chains of Command: The Social Processes whereby Ethnic Communities Influence Host Societies,” Social Forces, 84 (Dec. 2005), 921–39.

Putnam, Lara, “To Study the Fragments/Whole: Microhistory and the Atlantic World,” Journal of Social History, 39 (Spring 2006), 615–30.

Spierenburg, Pieter, “Democracy Came Too Early: A Tentative Explanation for the Problem of American Homicide,” American Historical Review, 111 (Feb. 2006), 104–14.

Sterling, Evans, “Dependent Harvests: Grain Production on the American and Canadian Plains and the Double Dependency with Mexico, 1880–1950,” Agricultural History, 80 (Winter 2006), 35–63.

Thelen, David P., “What I Learned from Willi Paul Adams and Internationalization of the Journal of American History,” in Atlantic Passages: Constitution—Immigration—Internationalization, ed. Andreas Etges and Ursula Lehmkuhl, 133–139. (Münster: lit, 2006. 184 pp. 󌍍.90, isbn 3-8258-9344-8.)

 

Denis, Milagros, “One Drop of Blood: Racial Formation and Meanings in Puerto Rican Society, 1898–1960” (Howard University, 2005). Order No. DA3184859.

Guanhui, He, “Meiri duiwai yiuanzhuzhi bijiao” (A comparison of foreign aid between the United States and Japan) (Fudan University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

Hodge, Deckard Francis, “Expatriate Modernisms: Border Crossing in the 1920s” (University of California, Berkeley, 2005). Order No. DA3179379.

Hong, Zhang, “19shiji Yingmei guomin jiaoyu sixiang yanjiu bijiao yanjiu” (A comparison of U.K. and U.S. national education in the nineteenth century) (Beijing Normal University, China, 2004). In Chinese.

Keeling, Andrew Allan, “The Business of Transatlantic Migration between Europe and the usa, 1900–1914” (University of California, Berkeley, 2005). Order No. DA3187066.

Michaelidis, Gregory, “Salvation Abroad: Macedonian Migration to North America and the Making of Modern Macedonia, 1870–1970” (University of Maryland, College Park, 2005). Order No. DA3178605.

Runyon, Shane Alan, “Border and Rumors: The Georgia Frontier in the Atlantic World” (University of Florida, 2005). Order No. DA3178032.

Strobel, Christoph, “Contested Grounds: The Transformation of the American Upper Ohio Valley and the South African Eastern Cape, 1770–1850” (University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 2005). Order No. DA3179929.

 

Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.

Curthoys, Ann, and Marilyn Lake, eds., Connected Worlds: History in Transnational Perspective. (Canberra: Australian National University, 2005. x, 278 pp. Paper, $25.00, isbn 1-920942-44-0.) Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.

Hall, Marcus, Earth Repair: A Transatlantic History of Environmental Restoration. (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2005. xviii, 310 pp. $35.00, isbn 0-8139-2341-7.)


Technology, Industry, and Transportation

Hacker, Barton C., with Margaret Vining, American Military Technology: The Life Story of a Technology. (Westport: Greenwood, 2006. xxiv, 205 pp. $45.00, isbn 0-313-33308-4.) Heavily illustrated.

Tucker, Jonathan B., War of Nerves: Chemical Warfare from World War I to Al-Qaeda. (New York: Pantheon, 2006. xii, 479 pp. $30.00, isbn 0-375-42229-3.)

Volti, Rudi, Cars and Culture: The Life Story of a Technology. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006. xviii, 171 pp. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-8018-8399-7.)


Theory and Methodology

Barton, Michael, “Almost Our Own Montmartre: Studying Harrisburg’s Old Eighth Ward,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Autumn 2005), 405–18.

Bookspan, Shelley, “Something Ventured, Many Things Gained: Reflections on Being a Historian-Entrepreneur,” Public Historian, 28 (Winter 2006), 67–74.

Boyer, Paul S., “Internationalizing American History: Some Post–9/11 Perspectives,” in Atlantic Passages: Constitution—Immigration—Internationalization, ed. Andreas Etges and Ursula Lehmkuhl, 140–45. (Münster: lit, 2006. 184 pp. 󌍍.90, isbn 3-8258-9344-8.)

Buell, Lawrence, “The Timeliness of Place: Response to the Presidential Address,” American Quarterly, 58 (March 2006), 17–22.

Conard, Rebecca, and Shelley Bookspan, eds., “Public History as Reflective Practice,” Public Historian, 28 (Winter 2006), 9–74. Special issue.

Conard, Rebecca, ed., “Roundtable: Ethics in Practice,” Public Historian, 28 (Winter 2006), 75–131.

Corbett, Katharine T., and Howard S. (Dick) Miller, “A Shared Inquiry into Shared Inquiry,” Public Historian, 28 (Winter 2006), 15–38.

Cruikshank, Kate, et al., “How Do We Show You What We’ve Got? Access to Archival Collections in the Digital Age,” Journal of the Association for History and Computing, 8 (Sept. 2005) http://mcel.pacificu.edu/JAHC/jahcindex.htm.

Darmofal, David, “The Political Geography of Macro-level Turnout in American Political Development,” Political Geography (Oxford), 25 (Feb. 2006), 123–50.

Deloria, Philip J., “Places Like Houses, Banks, and Continents: An Appreciative Reply to the Presidential Address,” American Quarterly, 58 (March 2006), 23–29.

Fuller, Randall, “Errand into the Wilderness: Perry Miller as American Scholar,” American Literary History, 18 (Spring 2006), 102–28.

Freedman, Estelle B., “No Turning Back: The Historical Resilience of Feminism,” in Feminism, Sexuality, & Politics, by Estelle B. Freedman, 85–104. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2006. x, 253 pp. Cloth, $45.00, isbn 0-8078-3031-3. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-8078-5694-0.)

Halttunen, Karen, “Groundwork: American Studies in Place—Presidential Address to the American Studies Association, November 4, 2005,” American Quarterly, 58 (March 2006), 1–15.

Hoerder, Dirk, “From Ethnic Enclaves to Transcultural Perspectives: Internationalizing Migration History,” in Atlantic Passages: Constitution—Immigration—Internationalization, ed. Andreas Etges and Ursula Lehmkuhl, 116–30. (Münster: lit, 2006. 184 pp. €29.90, isbn 3-8258-9344-8.)

Kim, Jin Hee, “Migukjeok Yeoejueui, Hokeun ‘Sombart sik Jilmoon’ ei daehan Jae Gochal” (Reconsidering the Sombart Question/American exceptionalism), Migukhak Nonjip/Korean Journal of American Studies (Seoul), 36 (Fall 2004), 96–126. In Korean.

Manning, Patrick, “Interactions and Connections: Locating and Managing Historical Complexity,” History Teacher, 39 (Feb. 2006), 175–95.

Merrick, Jeffrey, “July 14 and September 11: Historical Method and Pedagogical Method,” History Teacher, 39 (Feb. 2006), 197–214.

Putnam, Lara, “To Study the Fragments/Whole: Microhistory and the Atlantic World,” Journal of Social History, 39 (Spring 2006), 615–30.

Southgate, Beverley, “‘A Pair of White Gloves’: Historians and Ethics,” Rethinking History (London), 10 (March 2006), 49–61.

Stowe, Noel J., “Public History Curriculum: Illustrating Reflective Practice,” Public Historian, 28 (Winter 2006), 39–65.

Strange, Carolyn, “The ‘Shock’ of Torture: A Historiographical Challenge,” History Workshop Journal (Oxford), 61 (Spring 2006), 135–52.

Thelen, David P., “What I Learned from Willi Paul Adams and Internationalization of the Journal of American History,” in Atlantic Passages: Constitution—Immigration—Internationalization, ed. Andreas Etges and Ursula Lehmkuhl, 133–139. (Münster: lit, 2006. 184 pp. 󌍍.90, isbn 3-8258-9344-8.)

Tucker, Jennifer, “The Historian, the Picture, and the Archive,” Isis, 97 (March 2006), 111–20.

Warren, Donald, “Slavery as an American Educational Institution: Historiographical Inquiries,” Journal of Thought, 40 (Winter 2005), 41–54.

Webster, Wendy, “Transnational Journeys and Domestic Histories,” Journal of Social History, 39 (Spring 2006), 651–66.

Weiler, Kathleen, “The Historiography of Gender and Progressive Education in the United States,” Paedagogica Historica (Gent), 42 (Feb. 2006), 161–76.

 

Martin, Daisy A., “Teaching for Historical Thinking: Teacher Conceptions, Practices, and Constraints” (Stanford University, 2005). Order No. DA3187316.

 

Burke, Peter, History and Social Theory: Second Edition. (Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2006. xii, 224 pp. Cloth, $55.00, isbn 0-8014-4453-5. Paper, $21.95, isbn 0-8014-7285-7.) Originally published in 1993.

Hinds, Harold E., Jr., Marilyn F. Motz, and Angela M. S. Nelson, eds., Popular Culture Theory and Methodology: A Basic Introduction. (Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 2006. viii, 412 pp. Cloth, $65.00, isbn 0-87972-870-1. Paper, $21.95, isbn 0-87972-871-X.)

Trachtenberg, Marc, The Craft of International History: A Guide to Method. (Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2006. xii, 266 pp. Cloth, $45.00, isbn 0-691-12501-5. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-691-12569-4.)


Transportation, Travel, and Exploration

Aldrich, Mark, “A Mighty Rough Road: The Deterioration of Work Safety on American Railroads, 1955–75,” Labor History, 46 (Aug. 2005), 307–28.

Alonso, Kathleen, “3,937 Pounds of Letters: National Air Mail Week in Nebraska, May 1938,” Nebraska History, 86 (Winter 2005), 110–23.

Bakken, Dawn E., “A Young Hoosier’s Adventures on the Mississippi River,” Indiana Magazine of History, 102 (March 2006), 1–7.

Bonfield, Lynn A., “Ho for California! Caledonia County Gold Miners,” Vermont History, 74 (Winter–Spring 2006), 5–47.

Buchanan, Thomas C., “Race and (In)justice on the Mississippi: An Episode from ‘The Journals of the Davy Crockett,’” Indiana Magazine of History, 102 (March 2006), 25–28.

Bunting, Robert, “Michael Luark and Settler Culture in the Western Pacific Northwest, 1853–1899,” Pacific Northwest Quarterly, 96 (Fall 2005), 198–205. Heavily illustrated.

Byl, Neil F., “William Moulton’s Endless Revolution: Deep-Sea Mutiny and Frontier Politics in the Early American Republic,” Pennsylvania History, 69 (Summer 2002), 393–428.

Camp, Gregory S., “The Corps of Discovery and the Final Challenges in Reaching the Pacific Ocean,” North Dakota History, 72 (nos. 1–2, 2005), 47–54. Heavily illustrated.

Douma, Michael J., “Struggle against the Sand: The Development of the Harbor at Holland, Michigan, 1847–1881,” Inland Seas, 61 (Winter 2005), 282–93.

Hepp, John H., IV, “‘Such a Well-Behaved Train Station’: Evolving Spatial Patterns at Philadelphia’s Late-Victorian Central Passenger Depots, 1876–1901,” Pennsylvania History, 70 (Winter 2003), 1–27.

Jakle, John A., and Keith A. Sculle, “The American Hotel in Postcard Advertising: An Image Gallery,” Material Culture, 37 (Fall 2005), 1–25.

Keirstead, Christopher M., “In Search of the ‘Great Human Family’: Tourism, Mass Culture, and the Knowable Community of Dickens’ American Notes,Nineteenth-Century Prose, 33 (Spring 2006), 117–32.

Kitch, Carolyn, “‘A Piazza from which the View Is Constantly Changing’: The Promise of Class and Gender Mobility on the Pennsylvania Railroad’s Cross-Country Tours,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Autumn 2005), 505–27.

Louter, David B., “Wilderness on Display: Shifting Ideals of Cars and National Parks,” Journal of the West, 44 (Fall 2005), 29–38. Heavily illustrated.

Lubetkin, M. John, “‘Twenty-Six Feet and No Bottom’: Surveying and Constructing the Northern Pacific Railroad,” Minnesota History, 60 (Spring 2006), 4–17.

Pieczynski, Christopher J., “Two Little Ships: Naval Action during the Conspiracy of Pontiac,” Inland Seas, 61 (Winter 2005), 294–309.

Rohrbough, Malcolm, “The California Gold Discoveries: The French View of Themselves and the World,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Swensen, James R., “Passing Through: Arthur Rothstein’s Photographic Account of Utah, March 1940,” Utah Historical Quarterly, 74 (Winter 2006), 66–78.

Watts, Liz, “The Flying Newsboy Takes to the Air,” Nebraska History, 86 (Winter 2005), 132–45.

 

Abbott, Carl, Frontiers Past and Future: Science Fiction and the American West. (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas, 2006. x, 230 pp. $29.95, isbn 0-7006-1430-3.)

Brecher, Frank W., Negotiating the Louisiana Purchase: Robert Livingston’s Mission to France, 1801–1804. (Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 2006. vi, 194 pp. Paper, $35.00, isbn 0-7864-2395-1.)

Hollis, Tim, Glass Bottom Boats and Mermaid Tails: Florida’s Tourist Springs. (Mechanicsburg: Stackpole, 2006. vi, 154 pp. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-8117-3266-5.) Heavily illustrated.

Janin, Hunt, Claiming the American Wilderness: International Rivalry in the Trans-Mississippi West, 1528–1803. (Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 2006. x, 268 pp. Paper, $35.00, isbn 0-7864-2551-2.)

Josephy, Alvin M., Jr., ed., Lewis and Clark through Indian Eyes. (New York: Knopf, 2006. xviii, 192 pp. $24.00, isbn 1-4000-4267-4.)

Krim, Arthur, Route 66: Iconography of the American Highway, ed. Denis Wood. (Santa Fe: Center for American Places, 2005. xx, 220 pp. $35.00, isbn 1-930066-35-X.) Heavily illustrated.

Kutz, Kevin, Lincoln Highway: Painting and Drawings. (Mechanicsburg: Stackpole, 2006. vi, 122 pp. Paper, $29.95, isbn 0-8117-3264-9.) Heavily illustrated.

Lubetkin, M. John, Jay Cooke’s Gamble: The Northern Pacific Railroad, the Sioux, and the Panic of 1873. (Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2006. xviii, 380 pp. $29.95, isbn 0-8061-3740-1.)

Wilson, Robert, The Explorer King: Adventure, Science, and the Great Diamond Hoax—Clarence King in the Old West. (New York: Scribner’s, 2006. xiv, 303 pp. $26.00, isbn 0-7432-6025-2.)

Wyckoff, William, On the Road Again: Montana’s Changing Landscape. (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2006. xviii, 180 pp. Paper, $26.95, isbn 0-295-98612-3.) Heavily illustrated.

 

Field, Martha R., Louisiana Voyages: The Travel Writings of Catharine Cole, ed. Joan B. McLaughlin and Jack McLaughlin. (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2006. xx, 236 pp. Cloth, $50.00, isbn 1-57806-825-8. Paper, $20.00, isbn 1-57806-826-6.)

Jaquess, Asbury C., “‘The Journals of the Davy Crockett commencing December 20th, 1834,’” Indiana Magazine of History, 102 (March 2006), 8–24.

Marino, Cesare, and Karim M. Tiro, eds., Along the Hudson and Mohawk: The 1790 Journey of Count Paolo Andreani. (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2006. xii, 115 pp. $35.00, isbn 0-8122-3914-8.)


Urban and Suburban

Barton, Michael, “Almost Our Own Montmartre: Studying Harrisburg’s Old Eighth Ward,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Autumn 2005), 405–18.

Caric, Ric N., “From Ordered Buckets to Honored Felons: Fire Companies and Cultural Transformation in Philadelphia, 1785–1850,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Spring 2005), 117–58.

Falck, Zachary, and Marijke Hecht, “The Sewering and Salvaging of Nine Mile Run,” Western Pennsylvania History, 89 (Spring 2006), 40–50.

Gilbert, Stephanie Patterson, “Bakers and Confectioners of Harrisburg’s Old Eighth Ward, 1890–1917,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Autumn 2005), 428–42.

Gilbert, Stephanie Patterson, “Harrisburg’s Old Eighth Ward: Constructing a Website for Student Research,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Autumn 2005), 419–27.

Heineman, Kenneth J., “Reformation: Monsignor Charles Owen Rice and the Fragmentation of the New Deal Electoral Coalition in Pittsburgh, 1960–1972,” Pennsylvania History, 71 (Winter 2004), 53–85.

Hillier, Amy, “Searching for Red Lines: Spatial Analysis of Lending Patterns in Philadelphia, 1940–1960,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Winter 2005), 25–47.

Hurst, Julie Ann, “Barbershops in Harrisburg’s Old Eighth Ward, 1890–1905,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Autumn 2005), 443–53.

Karamanski, Theodore J., “The Legend of Scarface,” Chicago History, 34 (Spring 2006), 4–19. Heavily illustrated.

Kirsch, George B., “Municipal Golf Courses in the United States: 1895 to 1930,” Journal of Sport History, 32 (Spring 2005), 23–44.

Krulikowski, Anne E., “‘Farms Don’t Pay’: The Transformation of the Philadelphia Metropolitan Landscape, 1880–1930,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Spring 2005), 193–227.

McCormick, Charles, “From Seeing Reds to Being Feds: The Pittsburgh Bureau of Investigation Field Office in Transition,” Pennsylvania History, 69 (Summer 2002), 367–92.

Myers, John D., “The Butcher Shops of Harrisburg’s Old Eighth Ward, 1860–1916,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Autumn 2005), 454–62.

Nightingale, Carl H., “The Transnational Contexts of Early Twentieth-Century American Urban Segregation,” Journal of Social History, 39 (Spring 2006), 667–702.

Park, Jinbin, “Jeongwondosi wha Dosigaehwoik eui Migukgeok Jeongae” (The Garden City movement and city planning in the United States), Soyangsaron/Korean Journal of Western History (Seoul), 84 (March 2005), 143–68. In Korean.

Post, Chris, “Company Town Culture: Sunflower Village, Kansas, in the 1940s,” Material Culture, 37 (Fall 2005), 42–59.

Sidorick, Daniel, “The ‘Girl Army’: The Philadelphia Shirtwaist Strike of 1909–1910,” Pennsylvania History, 71 (Summer 2004), 323–69.

Tuckel, Peter, et al., “The Diffusion of the Influenza Pandemic of 1918 in Hartford, Connecticut,” Social Science History, 30 (Summer 2006), 167–96.

Wolkoff, Adam, “Creating a Suburban Ghetto: Public Housing at New Haven’s West Rock, 1945–1979,” Connecticut History, 45 (Spring 2006), 56–93.

 

Britton, Glenn Worth, “‘Improving’ the Middle Landscape: Conservation and Social Change in Rural Southern Michigan, 1890 to 1940” (University of California, Los Angeles, 2005). Order No. DA3181743.

Fearing, Jeffrey John, “African-American Image, History, and Identity, in Twentieth-Century Washington, D.C., as Chronicled through the Art and Social Realism Photography of Addison N. Scurlock and the Scurlock Studios, 1904–1994” (Howard University, 2005). Order No. DA3184865.

Feerst, Alex Jonathan, “Bowery Beautiful: Progressive Slumming and Ghetto Aesthetics, 1880–1930” (Duke University, 2005). Order No. DA3183938.

Hyra, Derek S., “Race, Politics, and Neighborhood Revitalization: The Economic Transformation of Harlem and Bronzeville” (University of Chicago, 2005). Order No. DA3181359.

Ostergren, Gail Ann, “Angels and Saints: Making and Promoting Place in Los Angeles and Southern California, 1890–1932” (University of California, Los Angeles, 2005). Order No. DA3181716.

Speights-Binet, Jennifer, “The Road to Redevelopment: New Urbanism, Nostalgia, and the Process of Downtown Revitalization in Baton Rouge, Louisiana” (Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College, 2004). Order No. DA3182914.

Stanger-Ross, Jordan, “The Choreography of Community: Italian Ethnicity in Postwar Toronto and Philadelphia” (University of Pennsylvania, 2005). Order No. DA3179800.

Starr, Clinton Robert, “Bohemian Resonance: The Beat Generation and Urban Countercultures in the United States during the Late 1950s and Early 1960s” (University of Texas, Austin, 2005). Order No. DA3185984.

Streiff, Meg, “Boston’s Settlement Housing: Social Reform in an Industrial City” (Louisiana State University and Agricultural & Mechanical College, 2005). Order No. DA3184102.

Wilkens, Mark, “Making the City Work: Municipal Employees and Their Managers in New York City and Philadelphia, 1880–1940” (University of Pennsylvania, 2005). Order No. DA3179831.

Wishnoff, Daniel A., “The Tolerance Point: Race, Public Housing, and the Forest Hills Controversy, 1945–1975” (City University of New York, 2005). Order No. DA3187479.

Witt, Andrew, “‘Picking up the hammer’: The Community Programs and Services of the Black Panther Party with Emphasis on the Milwaukee Branch, 1966–1977” (Loyola University, Chicago, 2005). Order No. DA3180965.

 

Abrahams, Roger D., with Nick Spitzer, John F. Szwed, and Robert Farris Thompson, Blues for New Orleans: Mardi Gras and America’s Creole Soul. (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 2006. 102 pp. $22.50, isbn 0-8122-3959-8.)

Bednar, Michael, L’Enfant’s Legacy: Public Open Spaces in Washington, D. C. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2006. xii, 285 pp. $65.00, isbn 0-8018-8318-0.) Heavily illustrated.

Kingwell, Mark, Nearest Thing to Heaven: The Empire State Building and American Dreams. (New Haven: Yale University Press, 2006. xiv, 235 pp. $26.00, isbn 0-300-10622-X.)

Mrozowski, Stephen A., The Archaeology of Class in Urban America. (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006. xviii, 190 pp. $75.00, isbn 0-521-85394-X.) Heavily illustrated.

O’Connor, Thomas H., The Athens of America: Boston, 1825–1845. (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2006. xvi, 218 pp. Cloth, $60.00, isbn 1-55849-524-X. Paper, $19.95, isbn 1-55849-518-5.)

Regan, Bob, The Bridges of Pittsburgh. (Pittsburgh: Local History Company, 2006. x, 182 pp. Paper, $22.95, isbn 0-9770429-2-8.) Heavily illustrated.

Rosenfeld, Richard, ed., Hidden Assets: Connecting the Past to the Future of St. Louis. (St. Louis: Missouri Historical Society, 2006. xx, 188 pp. $22.95, isbn 1-883982-56-1.) Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.

Schiesl, Martin, and Mark M. Dodge, eds., City of Promise: Race and Historical Change in Los Angeles. (Claremont: Regina, 2006. vi, 228 pp. Paper, $18.95, isbn 1-930053-42-8.) Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.

Stofik, M. Barron, Saving South Beach. (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2005. xviii, 303 pp. $27.95, isbn 0-8130-2902-3.)

 

Josyph, Peter, Liberty Street: Encounters at Ground Zero. (Hanover: University Press of New England, 2006. 289 pp. $26.00, isbn 1-58465-551-8.)


Vietnam War

Hiam, C. Michael, Who the Hell Are We Fighting? The Story of Sam Adams and the Vietnam Intelligence Wars. (South Royalton: Steerforth, 2006. 326 pp. $25.95, isbn 1-58642-104-2.)


Visual and Performing Arts

Brumbaugh, Lee P., “Everyday Mysteries: Roy Curtis’s Photographs of Reno in the 1920s,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly, 48 (Winter 2005), 431–64.

Cherry, James M., “Rituals of Nostalgia: Old-Fashioned Melodrama at the Millenium,” Americana, 4 (Fall 2005) http://www.americanpopularculture.com/journal/.

Epstein, Edward, and Marybeth Gasman, “A Not-So-Systematic Effort to Study Art: Albert Barnes and Lincoln University,” History of Higher Education Annual, 24 (2005), 173–90.

Gordon, Sarah, “Prestige, Professionalism, and the Paradox of Eadweard Muybridge’s Animal Locomotion Nudes,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 130 (Jan. 2006), 79–104.

Hoy, Jim, and Catherine Hoy, “Portraits of the Plains: The Photographs of F. M. Steele,” Kansas History, 28 (Winter 2005–2006), 262–73. Heavily illustrated.

Mayer, Roberta A., “Family Ties: Thomas Eakins and the Sartains,” Nineteenth Century, 25 (Fall 2005), 13–22. Heavily illustrated.

McElhinney, James L., “Lost in Our Own Backyard: How American Landscape Painting Lost Its Way,” American Arts Quarterly, 22 (Fall 2005), 13–18. Heavily illustrated.

McNally, Michael D., “The Indian Passion Play: Contesting the Real Indian in Song of Hiawatha Pageants, 1901–1965,” American Quarterly, 58 (March 2006), 105–36.

Pegler-Gordon, Anna, “Chinese Exclusion, Photography, and the Development of U.S. Immigration Policy,” American Quarterly, 58 (March 2006), 51–77.

Saum, Lewis O., “The Gilded Age, Dakota, and ‘Phocion’ of the Chicago Times,Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 3 (Oct. 2004), 231–37.

Schürer, S. M., “H. Winslow Fegley and the fsa in Pennsylvania: Agenda and Context,” Pennsylvania History, 70 (Summer 2003), 269–86.

Shaffer, Jason, “Making ‘an Excellent Die’: Death, Mourning, and Patriot Plays in the Propaganda Plays of the American Revolution,” Early American Literature, 41 (March 2006), 1–27.

Swensen, James R., “Passing Through: Arthur Rothstein’s Photographic Account of Utah, March 1940,” Utah Historical Quarterly, 74 (Winter 2006), 66–78.

Synn, Chaeki, “Miguk Misul eui Gukjaewha Gwajeong gwa Iminja Misuleui Yoekhal” (The role of immigrant art in the internationalization of American art), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 20 (Nov. 2004), 119–40. In Korean.

Watson, Claudia, “The Photography of Dayton’s Albert Kern,” Timeline, 23 (April–June 2006), 50–67. Heavily illustrated.

Wilkerson-Freeman, Sarah, “Fat Tuesday at Dixie’s: Jack Robinson’s New Orleans Mardi Gras Photographs, 1952–1955,” Southern Cultures, 12 (Spring 2006), 42–63.

Zryd, Michael, “The Academy and the Avant-Garde: A Relationship of Dependence and Resistance,” Cinema Journal, 45 (Winter 2006), 17–42.

 

Addeo, Deborah Bershad, “The New York City Hall Portrait Collection, 1790–1830” (City University of New York, 2005). Order No. DA3187356.

Fisler, Benjamin Daniel, “The Phenomenology of Racialism: Blackface Puppetry in American Theatre, 1872–1939” (University of Maryland, College Park, 2005). Order No. DA3178726.

Marshall, Jennifer Jane, “The Stuff of Modern Life: Materiality and Thingness in the Museum of Modern Art’s Machine Art Show, 1934” (University of California, Los Angeles, 2005). Order No. DA3181735.

Miller, Kimberly A., “Eugenics and American Theatre, 1912–1921” (University of Kansas, 2005). Order No. DA3185194.

Moeschen, Sheila C., “Benevolent Actors and Charitable ‘Objects’: Physical Disability and the Theatricality of Charity in Nineteenth and Twentieth-Century America” (Northwestern University, 2005). Order No. DA3177779.

Orcutt, Kimberly, “‘Revising History’: Creating a Canon of American Art at the Centennial Exhibition” (City University of New York, 2005). Order No. DA3187359.

Pittenger, Peach, “Women in American Popular Entertainment: Creating a Niche in the Vaudevillian Era, 1890s to 1930s” (Ohio State University, 2005). Order No. DA3177183.

Rothman, Korey, “Somewhere There’s Music: Nancy Hamilton, the Old Girl’s Network, and the American Musical Theatre of the 1930s and 1940s” (University of Maryland, College Park, 2005). Order No. DA3178609.

Watson, Samuel E., “Childhood’s End: Representing American Youth, c. 1940–1970” (University of Kansas, 2005). Order No. DA3185242.

Wilson, Melinda, “Coming of Age in the Black Liberation Generation: The Construction of Youth in African American Drama, 1950–1980” (Northwestern University, 2005). Order No. DA3177828.

 

Anreus, Alejandro, Diana L. Linden, and Jonathan Weinberg, The Social and the Real: Political Art in the 1930s in the Western Hemisphere. (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2006. xxii, 362 pp. Paper, $50.00, isbn 0-271-02691-X.) Heavily illustrated.

Bohan, Ruth L., Looking into Walt Whitman: American Art, 1850–1920. (University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2006. xiv, 261 pp. $50.00, isbn 0-271-02702-9.) Heavily illustrated.

Kutz, Kevin, Lincoln Highway: Painting and Drawings. (Mechanicsburg: Stackpole, 2006. vi, 122 pp. Paper, $29.95, isbn 0-8117-3264-9.) Heavily illustrated.

Severa, Joan L., My Likeness Taken: Daguerreian Portraits in America. (Kent: Kent State University Press, 2005. xx, 303 pp. $65.00, isbn 0-87338-837-2.) Heavily illustrated.

Wyckoff, William, On the Road Again: Montana’s Changing Landscape. (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2006. xviii, 180 pp. Paper, $26.95, isbn 0-295-98612-3.) Heavily illustrated.


Women

Allen, William Loyd, “‘Exquisite Powers’: Ann Baker Graves and Corinthia Read Williams, Obedient Revolutionaries,” Baptist History & Heritage, 40 (Summer–Fall 2005), 100–111.

Bader, Mary Christine, “‘Sisters in Toil’: St. Paul’s First Union of Garment Workers,” Minnesota History, 60 (Spring 2006), 26–39.

Barlow, Tani E., et al., “The Modern Girl around the World: A Research Agenda and Preliminary Findings,” Gender & History (Oxford), 17 (Aug. 2005), 245–94.

Bendroth, Margaret Lamberts, “An Understated Tale of Epic Social Change: Women’s Ordination 50 Years Ago and Now,” Journal of Presbyterian History, 83 (Fall–Winter 2005), 105–17. Heavily illustrated.

Birk, Megan, “Playing House: Training Modern Mothers at Iowa State College Home Management Houses, 1925–1958,” Annals of Iowa, 64 (Winter 2005), 37–66.

Birmingham, Elizabeth, “The Case of Marion Mahony Griffin and the Gendered Nature of Discourse in Architectural History,” Women’s Studies, 35 (March 2006), 87–123.

Bittel, Carla, “Science, Suffrage, and Experimentation: Mary Putnam Jacobi and the Controversy over Vivisection in Late Nineteenth-Century America,” Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 79 (Winter 2005), 664–94.

Blum, Edward, “‘Paul Has Been Forgotten’: Women, Gender, and Revivalism during the Gilded Age,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 3 (July 2004), 247–70.

Brown, Candy Gunther, “Publicizing Domestic Piety: The Cultural Work of Religious Texts in the Woman’s Building Library,” Libraries & Culture, 41 (Winter 2006), 35–54.

Cavitch, Max, “Emma Lazarus and the Golem of Liberty,” American Literary History, 18 (Spring 2006), 1–28.

Chapman, Mary, “Are Women People? Alice Duer Miller’s Poetry and Politics,” American Literary History, 18 (Spring 2006), 59–85.

Cho, Ji-Hyung, “Privacy eui Euimi yeoa Seong eui Jeongchi” (The meanings of privacy and the politics of sexuality), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 19 (May 2004), 79–116. In Korean.

Ciani, Kyle E., “Hidden Laborers: Female Day Workers in Detroit, 1870–1920,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (Jan. 2005), 23–57.

Denney, Susan G., “The Woman Suffrage Movement in the Texas Panhandle, 1916–1920,” Panhandle-Plains Historical Review, 77 (2004), 47–63.

Devine, Jenny Barker, “‘Quite a Ripple But No Revolution’: The Changing Roles of Women in the Iowa Farm Bureau Foundation, 1921–1951,” Annals of Iowa, 64 (Winter 2005), 1–36.

DuBois, Ellen Carol, “Three Decades of Women’s History,” Women’s Studies, 35 (Jan. 2006), 47–64.

DuBois, Ellen, “Through Women’s Eyes: The Challenges of Integrating Women’s History and U.S. History in the Writing of a College Textbook,” oah Magazine of History, 19 (March 2005), 7–9.

Ferrari, Mary, “‘Obliged to Earn Subsistence for Themselves’: Women Artisans in Charleston, South Carolina, 1763–1808,” South Carolina Historical Magazine, 106 (Oct. 2005), 235–55.

Frahm, Jill, “The Hello Girls: Women Telephone Operators with the American Expeditionary Forces during World War I,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 3 (July 2004), 271–93.

Frederick, Bonnie, “Harriet Beecher Stowe and the Virtuous Mother: Argentina, 1852–1910,” Journal of Women’s History, 18 (no. 1, 2006), 101–20.

Gallagher, Bernice E., “Illinois Women’s Novels at the Woman’s Building Library,” Libraries & Culture, 41 (Winter 2006), 109–32.

Gautier, Amina, “African American Women’s Writings in the Woman’s Building Library,” Libraries & Culture, 41 (Winter 2006), 55–84.

Giesberg, Judith Ann, “From Harvest Field to Battlefield: Rural Pennsylvania Women and the U.S. Civil War,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Spring 2005), 159–91.

Herzberg, David, “‘The Pill You Love Can Turn On You’: Feminism, Tranquilizers, and the Valium Panic of the 1970’s,” American Quarterly, 58 (March 2006), 79–103.

Hochman, Barbara, “Uncle Tom’s Cabin at the World’s Columbian Exposition,” Libraries & Culture, 41 (Winter 2006), 82–108.

Hoganson, Kristin, “What’s Gender Got to Do with It? Women and Foreign Relations History,” oah Magazine of History, 19 (March 2005), 14–18.

Hwang, Haesung, “‘Weeheomhan Yeosong’ Flapper: 1920 Nyondae Miguk Munwha Danmyun Ilgi” (“A Dangerous Woman,” Flapper: A reading on 1920s American culture), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 22 (Nov. 2005), 89–118. In Korean.

Johnson, Karen A., “Undaunted Courage and Faith: The Lives of Three Black Women in the West and Hawaii in the Early 19th Century,” Journal of African American History, 91 (Winter 2006), 4–22.

Klem, Amelia, “A Life of Her Own Choosing: Anna Gibbons’ Fifty Years as a Tattooed Lady,” Wisconsin Magazine of History, 89 (Spring 2006), 28–39. Heavily illustrated.

Lee, Chang-Sin, “Buk America Wonjumin Yeoseong gwa Gender Gwangae” (Native North American women and gender relations), Migukhak Nonjip/Korean Journal of American Studies (Seoul), 36 (Fall 2004), 242–64. In Korean.

Lee, Chang-Sin, “Gyeongjae Daegongwhanggi Gender Chaegaewa Miguk Yeoseong: Yeoseong Goyong Jeongcha gwa Jeongchi Network Hyeongseongeul Jungsimeuiro” (The gender system and American women in the economic depression era: The employment policy and women’s political networks), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 17 (May 2003), 121–46. In Korean.

Lee, Chang-Sin, “Miguk Seobu Gaechuk Sigieui Frontier Yeoseongdeulei kwanan Yeongu” (A study of frontier women during the westward movement in America), Migukhak Nonjip/Korean Journal of American Studies (Seoul), 37 (Fall 2005), 155–88. In Korean.

Lundin, Anne, “Little Pilgrims’ Progress: Literary Horizons for Children’s Literature,” Libraries & Culture, 41 (Winter 2006), 133–52.

Maibor, Carolyn R., “Upstairs, Downstairs, and the In-Between: Louisa May Alcott on Domestic Service,” New England Quarterly, 79 (March 2006), 65–91.

McGuire, John Thomas, “Two Feminist Visions: Social Justice Feminism and Equal Rights, 1899–1940,” Pennsylvania History, 71 (Autumn 2004), 445–78.

Mobley, Kendal P., “Susan B. Anthony and Helen Barrett Montgomery: An Intergenerational Feminist Partnership,” Baptist History & Heritage, 40 (Summer–Fall 2005), 80–90.

Park, Hyun-Sook, “Catherine Beecher eui Gyoyuk Gaehyuk” (Catherine Beecher’s educational reform), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 20 (Nov. 2004), 1–28. In Korean.

Phillips, Kimberly L., “Keeping a Record of Life: Women and Art during World War II,” oah Magazine of History, 19 (March 2005), 20–24.

Richards, Susan L., “Making Home Pay: Italian and Scottish Boardinghouse Keepers in Barre, 1880–1910,” Vermont History, 74 (Winter–Spring 2006), 48–66.

Rumbarger, Lee, “Housekeeping: Women Modernists’ Writing on War and Home,” Women’s Studies, 35 (Jan. 2006), 1–15.

Schuster, David G., “Personalizing Illness and Modernity: S. Weir Mitchell, Literary Women, and Neurasthenia, 1870–1914,” Bulletin of the History of Medicine, 79 (Winter 2005), 695–722.

Schweitzer, Marlis, “‘The Mad Search for Beauty’: Actresses’ Testimonials, the Cosmetics Industry, and the ‘Democratization of Beauty,’” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (July 2005), 255–92.

Sheridan, Susan, “Adrienne Rich and the Women’s Liberation Movement: A Politics of Reception,” Women’s Studies, 35 (Jan. 2006), 17–45.

Sloane, David, “‘Not Designed Merely to Heal’: Women Reformers and the Emergence of Children’s Hospitals,” Journal of the Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 4 (Oct. 2005), 331–54.

Smoot, Pamela A., “Keep Your Hand on the Plow—Hold On: Black Baptist Women in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania,” Baptist History & Heritage, 40 (Summer–Fall 2005), 28–39.

Sorby, Angela, “Symmetrical Womanhood: Poetry in the Woman’s Building Library,” Libraries & Culture, 41 (Winter 2006), 5–34.

Speltz, Mark, “An Interest in Health and Happiness as Yet Untold: The Woman’s Club of Madison, 1893–1917,” Wisconsin Magazine of History, 89 (Spring 2006), 2–15. Heavily illustrated.

Terzian, Sevan G., “Science World, High School Girls, and the Prospect of Scientific Careers, 1957–1963,” History of Education Quarterly, 46 (Spring 2006), 73–99.

Todd, Emily B., “Afterword: The Woman’s Building Library and History,” Libraries & Culture, 41 (Winter 2006), 153–61.

Tolley, Kim, and Nancy Beadie, “Socioeconomic Incentives to Teach in New York and North Carolina: Toward a More Complex Model of Teacher Labor Markets, 1800–1850,” History of Education Quarterly, 46 (Spring 2006), 36–72.

Turner, John G., “The Power behind the Throne: Henrietta Mears and Post–World War II Evangelicalism,” Journal of Presbyterian History, 83 (Fall–Winter 2005), 141–57.

Unrue, Darlene Harbour, “Antonieta Rivas Mercado: Katherine Anne Porter’s Horror and Inspiration,” Journal of the Southwest, 47 (Winter 2005), 615–35.

Wadsworth, Sarah, ed., “The Woman’s Building Library of the World’s Columbian Exposition, 1893,” Libraries & Culture, 41 (Winter 2006), 1–167. Special issue.

Winchester, Juti A., “‘So Glad God Let Me Be an Outdoor Woman’: The Conservationist Writings of Sharlot Mabridth Hall,” Journal of the West, 44 (Fall 2005), 18–25. Heavily illustrated.

Wolfinger, James, “‘We Are in the Front Lines in the Battle for Democracy’: Carolyn Moore and Black Activism in World War II Philadelphia,” Pennsylvania History, 72 (Winter 2005), 1–23.

 

Dorsey, Carol G., “Self-Fashioning (Im)possibilities: A Literary Tapestry of Women at Work in Nineteenth-Century America” (University of Maryland, College Park, 2005). Order No. DA3178630.

Ford, Rebecca Reno, “A Fire in Her Bones: Autobiographical Accounts of Women’s Public Evangelism in Nineteenth-Century America” (Purdue University, 2005). Order No. DA3185756.

Hastak, Astrid, “‘I was never one of those Fräuleins’: The Impact of Cultural Image on German War Brides in America” (Purdue University, 2005). Order No. DA3185764.

Helgren, Jennifer Hillman, “Inventing American Girlhood: Gender and Citizenship in the Twentieth-Century Camp Fire Girls” (Claremont Graduate University, 2005). Order No. DA3179500.

Hobbs, Amy Laurel, “‘The world, our home’: The Rhetorical Vision of Women’s Clubs in American Literature, 1870–1920” (University of Maryland, College Park, 2005). Order No. DA3178591.

Knight, Misty Lynn Ellis, “From Private to Public Life: Rhetoric of First Ladies in Their First Year” (University of Southern Mississippi, 2005). Order No. DA3180145.

Leroux, Karen, “Veterans of the Schools: Women’s Work in U.S. Public Education, 1865–1902” (Northwestern University, 2005). Order No. DA3177759.

Lewis-Mhoon, Abena, “Adorning Adversaries, Affecting Avenues: African American Women’s Impact on Adornment and Fashion Design in Washington, D.C., 1880–1950” (Howard University, 2005). Order No. DA3184880.

McGraw, Charles Dean, “‘Every nurse is not a sister’: Sex, Work, and the Invention of the Spanish-American War Nurse” (University of Connecticut, 2005). Order No. DA3180230.

Nista, Cathleen Barbara, “Go Get Mother’s Picket Sign: Crossing Spheres with the Material Culture of Suffrage” (University of California, Riverside, 2005). Order No. DA3179395.

Parris, Brandy, “Emotional Labor, Women’s Work, and Sentimental Capital in Nineteenth-Century American Fiction” (University of Washington, 2005). Order No. DA3178100.

Pittenger, Peach, “Women in American Popular Entertainment: Creating a Niche in the Vaudevillian Era, 1890s to 1930s” (Ohio State University, 2005). Order No. DA3177183.

Rider, Janet, “A Quest for Self: The Social and Intellectual World of Judith Sargent Murray” (University of Connecticut, 2005). Order No. DA3180248.

Rothman, Korey, “Somewhere There’s Music: Nancy Hamilton, the Old Girl’s Network, and the American Musical Theatre of the 1930s and 1940s” (University of Maryland, College Park, 2005). Order No. DA3178609.

Rowley, Cathleen J., “Women’s Rights and Women’s Work: Politics and Professionalism in 19th Century American Fiction” (City University of New York, 2005). Order No. DA3187422.

Schulle, Jennifer Marie, “Fashion and Fallen Women: The Apparel Industry, the Retail Trade, Fashion, and Prostitution in Late 19th-Century St. Louis” (Iowa State University, 2005). Order No. DA3184648.

Silva, Chandra, “Esto Perpetua: The Persistence and Transformation of Feminism in Idaho through the Struggle to Ratify the Equal Rights Amendment” (Washington State University, 2005). Order No. DA3184170.

Slater, David Jeremiah, “The American Girl, Her Life and Times: An Ideal and Its Creators, 1890–1930” (University of Minnesota, 2005). Order No. DA3180026.

Smith, Judy Teresa, “Magnolia Matriarchs: Six Women’s Contributions to the Community Press in Mississippi” (University of Southern Mississippi, 2005). Order No. DA3180161.

Swiontek, Danielle Jean, “With Ballots and Pocketbooks: Women, Labor, and Reform in Progressive California” (University of California, Santa Barbara, 2005). Order No. DA3186803.

Xiaohui, Chen, “Dangdai Meiguo huaren wenxue zhongde ‘ta’ xiezui: Dui Tang tingting, Tan enmei, Yan gelin degn huaren nv zuojia de duomian fenxi” (“She” in contemporary Chinese-American literature: Analysis of Chinese-American authors Tang Tingting, Tan Enmei, Yan Geling, and others) (Fujian Normal University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

 

Berkin, Carol, Revolutionary Mothers: Women in the Struggle for America’s Independence. (New York: Vintage, 2005. xviii, 194 pp. Paper, $13.95, isbn 1-4000-7532-7.)

Carney, Viriginia Moore, Eastern Band Cherokee Women: Cultural Persistence in Their Letters and Speeches. (Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press, 2005. xviii, 230 pp. $32.00, isbn 1-57233-332-4.)

Garceau-Hagen, Dee, ed., Portraits of Women in the American West. (London: Routledge, 2005. xii, 273 pp. Cloth, $85.00, isbn 0-415-94802-9. Paper, $22.95, isbn 0-415-94803-7.) Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.

Kaufman, Polly Welts, National Parks and the Woman’s Voice: A History. (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2006. xxxviii, 312 pp. Paper, $22.95, isbn 0-8263-3994-8.) Updated edition.

Porter, Karra, Mad Seasons: The Story of the First Women’s Professional Basketball League, 1978–1981. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2006. xvi, 336 pp. Paper, $18.95, isbn 0-8032-8789-5.)

Vivian, Octavia, Coretta: The Story of Coretta Scott King. (Minneapolis: Fortress, 2006. xii, 126 pp. Cloth, $17.00, isbn 0-8006-3855-7. Paper, $10.00, isbn 0-8006-3853-0.) Heavily illustrated. Commemorative edition.

 

Field, Martha R., Louisiana Voyages: The Travel Writings of Catharine Cole, ed. Joan B. McLaughlin and Jack McLaughlin. (Jackson: University Press of Mississippi, 2006. xx, 236 pp. Cloth, $50.00, isbn 1-57806-825-8. Paper, $20.00, isbn 1-57806-826-6.)

Freedman, Estelle B., Feminism, Sexuality, & Politics. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2006. x, 253 pp. Cloth, $45.00, isbn 0-8078-3031-3. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-8078-5694-0.) Collected essays. Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.

Freedman, Estelle B., “No Turning Back: The Historical Resilience of Feminism,” in Feminism, Sexuality, & Politics, by Estelle B. Freedman, 85–104. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2006. x, 253 pp. Cloth, $45.00, isbn 0-8078-3031-3. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-8078-5694-0.)

Harrison, Kimberly, ed., A Maryland Bride in the Deep South: The Civil War Diary of Priscilla Bond. (Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press, 2006. xviii, 384 pp. $45.00, isbn 0-8071-3143-1.)

Litoff, Judy Barrett, An American Heroine in the French Resistance: The Diary and Memoir of Virginia D’Albert-Lake. (New York: Fordham University Press, 2006. xxxviii, 270 pp. $29.95, isbn 0-8232-2581-X.)


World War II

Barnes, Trevor J., “Geographical Intelligence: American Geographers and Research Analysis in the Office of Strategic Services, 1941–1945,” Journal of Historical Geography (London), 32 (Jan. 2006), 149–68.

Chen, Fu-Jen, and Su-Lin Yu, “Reclaiming the Southwest: A Traumatic Space in the Japanese American Internment Narrative,” Journal of the Southwest, 47 (Winter 2005), 551–70.

Keefer, Louis, “One Lucky Buckeye over Germany,” Timeline, 23 (April–June 2006), 34–49. Heavily illustrated.

Sarantakes, Nicholas Evan, “One Last Crusade: The British Pacific Fleet and Its Impact on the Anglo-American Alliance,” English Historical Review (Oxford), 121 (April 2006), 429–66.

 

Crager, Kelly Eugene, “Lone Star under the Rising Sun: Texas’s ‘Lost Battalion,’ 2nd Battalion, 131st Field Artillery Regiment, during World War II” (University of North Texas, 2005). Order No. DA3181039.

Dusselier, Jane E., “Artful Identifications: Crafting Survival in Japanese American Concentration Camps” (University of Maryland, College Park, 2005). Order No. DA3178711.

Ribet, Elizabeth, “Memory, Generation, and Post-War Identities: Jewish Daughters of Holocaust Survivors in the United States” (University of California, Irvine, 2005). Order No. DA3185469.

 

Burrell, Robert S., The Ghosts of Iwo Jima. (College Station: Texas A&M University Press, 2006. xviii, 262 pp. $29.95, isbn 1-58544-483-9.)

Morris, Rob, Untold Valor: Forgotten Stories of American Bomber Crews over Europe in World War II. (Dulles: Potomac, 2006. xxii, 255 pp. Paper, $19.95, isbn 1-57488-999-0.)

Seib, Philip, Broadcasts from the Blitz: How Edward R. Murrow Helped Lead America into War. (Dulles: Potomac, 2006. xii, 209 pp. $24.95, isbn 1-59797-012-3.)

 

Davis, James M., In Hostile Skies: An American B-24 Pilot in World War II, ed. David L. Snead. (Denton: University of North Texas Press, 2006. xxii, 226 pp. $27.95, isbn 1-57441-209-4.)

Franklin, Robert “Doc Joe,” Medic! How I Fought World War II with Morphine, Sulfa, and Iodine Swabs. (Lincoln: University of Nebraska Press, 2006. xviii, 151 pp. $21.95, isbn 0-8032-2014-6.)

Shively, John C., The Last Lieutenant: A Foxhole View of the Epic Battle for Iwo Jima. (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2006. xviii, 128 pp. $27.95, isbn 0-253-34728-9.)


East

Arnold, Andrew B., “Between the Laws: Informal Definitions of Job and Property Rights in Central Pennsylvania, 1870–1884,” Pennsylvania History, 70 (Winter 2003), 28–54.

Aurand, Harold W., ed., “The Lattimer Massacre of 1897,” Pennsylvania History, 69 (Winter 2002), 5–78. Special Issue.

Burton, John, “Collegiate Living and Cambridge Justice: Regulating the Colonial Harvard Student Community in the Eighteenth Century,” History of Higher Education Annual, 23 (2003–2004), 83–105.

Canipe, Lee, “The Unlikely Argument of a Baptist Fundamentalist: John Roach Straton’s Defense of Women in the Pulpit,” Baptist History & Heritage, 40 (Spring 2005), 64–76.

Hepp, John H., IV, “‘Such a Well-Behaved Train Station’: Evolving Spatial Patterns at Philadelphia’s Late-Victorian Central Passenger Depots, 1876–1901,” Pennsylvania History, 70 (Winter 2003), 1–27.

Hunt, Leslie, and Melissa Mandell, “Newly Available Collections at the Historical Society of Pennsylvania,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 130 (Jan. 2006), 105–12.

Kim, Jin Hee, “The Nemesis of the New Deal: The New York State Economic Council and the Ives Committee in New York State,” Migukhak Nonjip/Korean Journal of American Studies (Seoul), 37 (Spring 2005), 66–94.

Maxey, David W., “The Honorable Proprieties v. Samuel Wallis: ‘A Matter of Great Consequence’ in the Province of Pennsylvania,” Pennsylvania History, 70 (Autumn 2003), 361–95.

Nixon, John Ashley, “Like a Wildfire: The Growth of Virginia Baptists between 1765 and 1774,” Baptist History & Heritage, 40 (Spring 2005), 77–85.

Ridner, Judith, “‘What an Addition to My Happiness Has My Wife and Children Been to Me’? Three Eighteenth-Century Pennsylvania Husbands ‘Talk’ to and about Their Wives,” Pennsylvania History, 70 (Autumn 2003), 305–30.

Sandow, Robert M., “The Limits of Northern Patriotism: Early Civil War Mobilization in Pennsylvania,” Pennsylvania History, 70 (Spring 2003), 175–203.

Tananbaum, Duane, “‘I Can Leave the Combination of My Safe to Colonel Lehman’: Herbert Lehman and Franklin Roosevelt—Working Together to Improve the Lives of New Yorkers and People All over the World,” New York History, 87 (Winter 2006), 89–133.

Weaver, Karol K., “‘She Knew All the Old Remedies’: Medical Caregiving and Neighborhood Women of the Anthracite Coal Region of Pennsylvania,” Pennsylvania History, 71 (Autumn 2004), 421–44.

Williamson, Joy Ann, “‘Quacks, Quirks, Agitators, and Communists’: Private Black Colleges and the Limits of Institutional Autonomy,” History of Higher Education Annual, 23 (2003–2004), 83–105.

 

Eves, Jamie H., “A Valley White with Mist: Settlers, Nature, and Culture in a North Woods River Valley, 1800–1870” (University of Connecticut, 2005). Order No. DA3180200.

 

O’Connor, Thomas H., The Athens of America: Boston, 1825–1845. (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2006. xvi, 218 pp. Cloth, $60.00, isbn 1-55849-524-X. Paper, $19.95, isbn 1-55849-518-5.)

Starbuck, David R., The Archeology of New Hampshire: Exploring 10,000 Years in the Granite State. (Durham: University of New Hampshire Press, 2006. xiv, 256 pp. Paper, $29.95, isbn 1-58465-562-3.) Heavily illustrated.

 

Green, Howard L., ed., Words That Make New Jersey: A Primary Source Reader. (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2006. xviii, 311 pp. $23.95, isbn 0-8135-3850-5.) Expanded Edition.

Josyph, Peter, Liberty Street: Encounters at Ground Zero. (Hanover: University Press of New England, 2006. 289 pp. $26.00, isbn 1-58465-551-8.)


Midwest

Alonso, Kathleen, “3,937 Pounds of Letters: National Air Mail Week in Nebraska, May 1938,” Nebraska History, 86 (Winter 2005), 110–23.

Beuttler, Fred W., “Envisioning an Urban University: President David Henry and the Chicago Circle Campus of the University of Illinois, 1955–1975,” History of Higher Education Annual, 23 (2003–2004), 107–41.

Carson, Bob, “imp: Ohio’s Queen of the Turf,” Timeline, 23 (April–June 2006), 24–33. Heavily illustrated.

Christian, Mark, “Marcus Garvey and the Universal Negro Improvement Association (unia): With Special Reference to the ‘Lost’ Parade in Columbus, Ohio, September 25, 1923,” Western Journal of Black Studies, 28 (Fall 2004), 424–34.

Daly, Walter J., “The ‘Slows’: The Torment of Milk Sickness on the Midwest Frontier,” Indiana Magazine of History, 102 (March 2006), 29–40.

Diggins, John P., “Arthur O. Lovejoy and the Challenge of Intellectual History,” Journal of the History of Ideas, 67 (Jan. 2006), 181–208.

Post, Chris, “Company Town Culture: Sunflower Village, Kansas, in the 1940s,” Material Culture, 37 (Fall 2005), 42–59.

Watson, Claudia, “The Photography of Dayton’s Albert Kern,” Timeline, 23 (April–June 2006), 50–67. Heavily illustrated.

Watts, Liz, “The Flying Newsboy Takes to the Air,” Nebraska History, 86 (Winter 2005), 132–45.

 

Anderson, Joseph Leslie, “Industrializing the Corn Belt: Iowa Farmers, Technology, and the Midwestern Landscape, 1945–1972” (Iowa State University, 2005). Order No. DA3184581.

Coil, William Russell, “‘New Deal Republican’: James A. Rhodes and the Transformation of the Republican Party, 1933–1983” (Ohio State University, 2005). Order No. DA3180621.

Hopkins, Rosemary, “‘Tried in the furnace of affliction’: Political and Social Activism among Civil War Era St. Louis Women” (Saint Louis University, 2005). Order No. DA3185067.

Morrison, Thomas A., “Ball State University Corporate History, 1984–2000: The Worthen Presidency” (Ball State University, 2005). Order No. DA3179579.

Quirk, Martin W., “From Pioneers to Wheat Kings: The Development of Regional Image and Identity in Western Kansas, 1890–1929” (Marquette University, 2005). Order No. DA3184683.

Strobel, Christoph, “Contested Grounds: The Transformation of the American Upper Ohio Valley and the South African Eastern Cape, 1770–1850” (University of Massachusetts, Amherst, 2005). Order No. DA3179929.

Williams-Searle, Bridgett Mary, “Intimate Empires: Domestic Order, Property Relations, and the Law in the Western Country, 1760–1830” (University of Iowa, 2005). Order No. DA3184768.

 

Rosenfeld, Richard, ed., Hidden Assets: Connecting the Past to the Future of St. Louis. (St. Louis: Missouri Historical Society, 2006. xx, 188 pp. $22.95, isbn 1-883982-56-1.) Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.


South

Allen, J. Timothy, “Religion and Politics: James O’Kelley’s Republicanism and Francis Asbury’s Federalism,” Methodist History, 44 (April 2006), 153–65.

Gisolfi, Monica Richmond, “From Crop Lien to Contract Farming: The Roots of Agribusiness in the American South, 1929–1939,” Agricultural History, 80 (Spring 2006), 167–89.

Klotter, James C., “Promise, Pessimism, and Perseverance: An Overview of Higher Education History in Kentucky,” Ohio Valley History, 6 (Spring 2006), 45–60.

Lee, Young Hyo, “Virginia Nongjangju eui llsangsaengwhal: William Byrd II eui Sameul Jungsimeuro” (The daily life of Virginia planters, as revealed in the life of William Byrd II), Miguksa Yongu/Korean Journal of American History (Seoul), 21 (May 2005), 1–34. In Korean.

Minchin, Timothy J., “The Milledgeville Spy Case and the Struggle to Organize J. P. Stevens,” Georgia Historical Quarterly, 90 (Spring 2006), 96–122.

Mohon, Timothy, “The Effect and Implications of the Theology of Elder Reuben Ross on Baptist Life,” Baptist History & Heritage, 40 (Spring 2005), 86–97.

Ravenholt, Betty Butler, “From Carolina to Kentucky: Andrew Colley—Farmer, Fighter, Pioneer, Part Two,” Kentucky Ancestors, 40 (Summer 2005), 181–90.

Smith, John David, “Introduction to the University Press of Florida Edition,” in Florida Plantation Records: From the Papers of George Noble Jones, ed. Ulrich Bonnell Phillips and James David Glunt, v–xl. (Gainesville: University Press of Florida, 2006. xliv, 596 pp. $55.00, isbn 0-8130-2976-7.)

Trowbridge, John M., “‘Doomed to Their Fate’: Kentuckians at Dudley’s Defeat, 5 May 1813, Part Two,” Kentucky Ancestors, 40 (Summer 2005), 191–204.

 

Alexander, Dexter Lee, “‘ . . . A proper living basis . . .’: An Economic History of the University of Kentucky from the Passage of the First Morrill Act through the End of the Era of University Building” (University of Kentucky, 2005). Order No. DA3178505.

Boulware, Tyler W., “‘Rim of the gap’: Negotiating Identity on the Southern Colonial Frontier” (University of South Carolina, 2005). Order No. DA3181932.

Buckner, Timothy Ryan, “Constructing Identities on the Frontier of Slavery, Natchez, Mississippi, 1760–1860” (University of Texas, Austin, 2005). Order No. DA3187667.

Issa, Jahi U., “The Universal Negro Improvement Association in Louisiana: Creating a Provisional Government in Exile” (Howard University, 2005). Order No. DA3184874.

Kirchler, Leslie Brett, “Reinterpreting a ‘Silent’ History: Slave Sites at Four Virginia Plantations” (University of Michigan, 2005). Order No. DA3186669.

McCormick, Jacob L., “The Extracurriculum of the University of South Carolina: The First Century, 1805–1906” (University of South Carolina, 2005). Order No. DA3181972.

McInneshin, Seulky, “Remapping Southern Experiences: African Americans and the Forging of Race, Class, and Southern Identities, 1877–1898” (University of Minnesota, 2005). Order No. DA3184958.

Pflugrad-Jackisch, Ami, “We Are All Brothers: Secret Fraternal Organizations and the Transformation of the White Male Political Culture in Antebellum Virginia” (State University of New York, Buffalo, 2005). Order No. DA3185319.

Xufeng, Huang, “Meiguo nanfang zhuanxing shiqi shehui shenghuo yanjiu” (On social life in the U.S. South in the transitional period, 1877–1920s) (East China Normal University, China, 2003). In Chinese.

 

Hollis, Tim, Glass Bottom Boats and Mermaid Tails: Florida’s Tourist Springs. (Mechanicsburg: Stackpole, 2006. vi, 154 pp. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-8117-3266-5.) Heavily illustrated.

Pillsbury, Richard, ed., The New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture, vol. 2: Geography. (Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, 2006. xx, 224 pp. Cloth, $39.95, isbn 0-8078-3013-5. Paper, $19.95, isbn 0-8078-5681-9.)


West

Alley, Bill, “‘Nightmare’ in Pen and Ink: ‘Pinto’ Colvig as Silver State Cartoonist,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly, 48 (Fall 2005), 369–80.

Brumbaugh, Lee P., “Everyday Mysteries: Roy Curtis’s Photographs of Reno in the 1920s,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly, 48 (Winter 2005), 431–64.

Cafferata, Patty, and Dale Erquiaga, “Special Interests Run Amuck: State Treasurer Eben Rhoades,” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly, 48 (Winter 2005), 465–85.

Camp, Gregory S., “The Corps of Discovery and the Final Challenges in Reaching the Pacific Ocean,” North Dakota History, 72 (nos. 1–2, 2005), 47–54. Heavily illustrated.

Graves, Gregory R., “The Rhetoric of Opposition: Anticonservation and the Early Forest Reserves,” Journal of the West, 44 (Fall 2005), 11–17. Heavily illustrated.

Hummel, Laurel J., “The U.S. Military as Geographical Agent: The Case of Cold War Alaska,” Geographical Review, 95 (Jan. 2005), 47–72.

Iverson, Peter, “Discoverers, Pioneers, and Settlers: Toward a More Inclusive History of the North American West,” Western Historical Quarterly, 37 (Spring 2006), 5–19.

Leahy, Todd, “‘Beef Instead of Bayonets’: Cultural Mores and the Failure of Assimilation on the Kiowa-Comanche Reservation,” Chronicles of Oklahoma, 83 (Winter 2005–2006), 490–99.

Lee, Chang-Sin, “Miguk Seobu Gaechuk Sigieui Frontier Yeoseongdeulei kwanan Yeongu” (A study of frontier women during the westward movement in America), Migukhak Nonjip/Korean Journal of American Studies (Seoul), 37 (Fall 2005), 155–88. In Korean.

Lowitt, Richard, “Fort Sill Enters the Missile Age,” Chronicles of Oklahoma, 83 (Winter 2005–2006), 388–430.

Mighetto, Lisa, “The Strange Fate of the Black River: How Urban Engineering Shaped Lake Washington and the Duwamish River Watershed,” Journal of the West, 44 (Fall 2005), 47–57. Heavily illustrated.

Mullins, William H., “Businessman or Rogue? C. C. Julian in the Oklahoma Oil Fields,” Chronicles of Oklahoma, 83 (Winter 2005–2006), 466–89.

Rohrbough, Malcolm, “The California Gold Discoveries: The French View of Themselves and the World,” Common-Place, 6 (April 2006) http://www.common-place.org.

Sowards, Adam, “Modern Ahabs in Texas: William O. Douglas and Lone Star Conservation,” Journal of the West, 44 (Fall 2005), 39–46. Heavily illustrated.

Taylor, J., “Mapping Adventure: A Historical Geography of Yosemite Valley Climbing Landscapes,” Journal of Historical Geography (London), 32 (Jan. 2006), 190–219.

Wenger, Tisa, “‘We Are Guaranteed Freedom’: Pueblo Indians and the Category of Religion in the 1920s,” History of Religions, 45 (Nov. 2005), 89–113.

Worthen, James, “Sunny Jim in the Boiling Cauldron: The Fatal First Year of the Rolph Administration,” California History, 83 (no. 3, 2006), 28–44, 64–65. Heavily illustrated.

 

Addeo, Deborah Bershad, “The New York City Hall Portrait Collection, 1790–1830” (City University of New York, 2005). Order No. DA3187356.

Gruber, Laura Katherine, “Unstable Geographies: Context, Representation, and Ideology in American Western Writing, 1885–1927” (Washington State University, 2005). Order No. DA3184142.

King, Robert W., “Tales of Enchantment: Southwest Literature and Its Cultural Work, 1885–1930” (University of Utah, 2005). Order No. DA3181463.

Lee, Shelley Sang-Hee, “Cosmopolitan Identities: Japanese Americans in Seattle and the Pacific Rim, 1900–1942” (Stanford University, 2005). Order No. DA3186360.

Ostergren, Gail Ann, “Angels and Saints: Making and Promoting Place in Los Angeles and Southern California, 1890–1932” (University of California, Los Angeles, 2005). Order No. DA3181716.

Vetter, Jeremy, “The Regional Development of Science: Knowledge, Environment, and Field Work in the U.S. Central Plains and Rocky Mountains, 1860–1920” (University of Pennsylvania, 2005). Order No. DA3179825.

Wilson, Richard Arave, “The Development of the Idaho State Library: Chronicles and Narratives, 1901 to 2004” (University of Idaho, 2005). Order No. DA3178874.

 

Brooks, H. Allen, The Prairie School: Frank Lloyd Wright and His Midwest Contemporaries. (New York: Norton, 2006. xxiv, 373 pp. Paper, $25.00, isbn 0-393-73191-X.) Originally published in 1972. Heavily illustrated.

Haley, James L., Passionate Nation: The Epic History of Texas. (New York: Free Press, 2006. xviii, 636 pp. $35.00, isbn 0-684-86291-3.)

Hamill, James, Going Indian. (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 2006. xiv, 216 pp. Cloth, $40.00, isbn 0-252-03032-X. Paper, $20.00, isbn 0-252-07279-0.)

Janin, Hunt, Claiming the American Wilderness: International Rivalry in the Trans-Mississippi West, 1528–1803. (Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland, 2006. x, 268 pp. Paper, $35.00, isbn 0-7864-2551-2.)

Layman, William D., River of Memory: The Everlasting Columbia. (Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2006. xvi, 150 pp. Cloth, $40.00, isbn 0-295-98591-7. Paper, $24.95, isbn 0-295-98592-5.) Heavily illustrated.

Szasz, Ferenc M., Larger Than Life: New Mexico in the Twentieth Century. (Albuquerque: University of New Mexico Press, 2006. xviii, 298 pp. Paper, $22.95, isbn 0-8263-3883-6.) Citations to relevant essays can be found in “Recent Scholarship Online” /rso/.

Wehrey, Jane, Voices from This Long Brown Land: Oral Recollections of Owens Valley Lives and Manzanar Pasts. (New York: Palgrave, 2006. xiv, 238 pp. Cloth, $69.95, isbn 0-312-29539-1. Paper, $24.95, isbn 0-312-29541-3.)

Wilson, Robert, The Explorer King: Adventure, Science, and the Great Diamond Hoax—Clarence King in the Old West. (New York: Scribner’s, 2006. xiv, 303 pp. $26.00, isbn 0-7432-6025-2.)


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