Journal of American History

Issues

The Journal of American History is the leading scholarly publication and the journal of record in the field of American history. Published quarterly in March, June, September, and December, the Journal continues its nine-decades-long career presenting original articles on American history. Each volume features pieces that deal with a wide range of American history topics and fields, including state-of-the-field essays, broadly inclusive book reviews, and reviews of films, museum exhibitions, and Web sites.

Volume 101, 2014–2015

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Volume 100, 2013–2014

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Volume 99, 2012–2013

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Volume 98, 2011–2012

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Volume 97, 2010–2011

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Volume 96, 2009–2010

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Volume 95, 2008–2009

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Volume 94, 2007–2008

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Volume 93, 2006–2007

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Volume 92, 2005–2006

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Volume 91, 2004–2005

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Volume 90, 2003–2004

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Volume 89, 2002–2003

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Recent Issues

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