The OAH Magazine of History

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The full run of the OAH Magazine of History from 1985 to the present is available at the online archive of Oxford University Press. The archive is fully searchable, and articles can be downloaded and printed. For issues from 2003 to the present, articles are available as full-text HTML or PDF files. For issues from 1985 to 2002, they are available in PDF form. Full access to the archive is a benefit of membership in the OAH.

Back issues of the OAH Magazine of History are available at JSTOR. Users are able to access articles as full-text PDF files for searching, browsing, downloading, and printing from the Magazine’s first year of publication in 1985 up until the most recent five years. Individual articles from the OAH Magazine are also available for purchase.

Back issues are also available at EBSCOhost. Users are able to access articles as full-text PDF files for searching, browsing, downloading, and printing from July 2003 through the year prior to the present volume year.

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Microform and article copies of the OAH Magazine of History are available through:

National Archive Publishing Company
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P.O. Box 998
Ann Arbor, MI 48106-0998

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Permission to make digital or hard copies of part or all of any article published in the OAH Magazine of History for personal or educational use within one’s home institution is hereby granted without fee, provided that the first page or initial screen of a display includes the notice “Copyright © 2010 by the Organization of American Historians. All rights reserved” along with the full citation, including the name(s) of the author(s).

For more information including permissions for coursepacks and readers, please read the OAH permission and copyright policy.

About the Magazine

Published from 1985–2013, each quarterly issue of the OAH Magazine of History focused on a theme in U.S. history. Articles drew upon recent scholarship, surveyed the historiography, and provided practical teaching strategies. Guest edited and written by subject specialists, the OAH Magazine, enhanced the teaching and presentation of U.S. history in secondary and college classrooms, as well as in public history settings.

Please note, the OAH Magazine of History will cease publication with its October 2013 issue (volume 27, number 4). The full archive of back issues are available to OAH members at Oxford University Press. The OAH Magazine also may be found online at JSTOR.

Opinions expressed by authors or contributors do not necessarily reflect the opinions or policies of the OAH or the OAH Magazine of History. The OAH reserves the right to reject editorial material, announcements, and advertising sent in for publication that is not consonant with the goals and purposes of the organization. The OAH Magazine of History (ISSN 0882-228X) is published by the:

Organization of American Historians
112 N. Bryan Avenue
Bloomington, IN 47408-4141

Editorial Board

Thomas Andrews, University of Colorado, Boulder
John DeRose, Whitefish Bay (WI) High School
Kimberly Gilmore, The History Channel
Kelly Lytle Hernández, University of California, Los Angeles
Heather Huyck, National Collaborative for Women’s History Sites
Lisa Kapp, Saint Ann’s School, Brooklyn, NY
Bruce A. Lesh, Franklin High School, Reisterstown, MD
Mark Roehrs, Lincoln Land Community College, Springfield, IL
Peter Seibert, National Council for History Education
Jon Butler, Yale University, OAH Executive Board Liaison
Steve Andrews, Managing Editor, Journal of American History, ex officio