Journal of American History

Recent Scholarship


Brazeal, Donald K., “Precursor to Modern Media Hype: The 1830s Penny Press,” Journal of American Culture, 28 (Dec. 2005), 405–14.

Hoeflich, M. H., “Comparative Law in Antebellum America,” Washington University Global Studies Law Review, 4 (no. 3, 2005), 535–45.

Russell, Sarah, “Intermarriage and Intermingling: Constructing the Planter Class in Louisiana’s Sugar Parishes, 1803–1850,” Louisiana History, 46 (Fall 2005), 407–34.

Schmit, David, “Re-visioning Antebellum American Psychology: The Dissemination of Mesmerism, 1836–1854,” History of Psychology, 8 (Nov. 2005), 403–34.


Aley, Ginette M., “Westward Expansion, John Tipton, and the Emergence of the American Midwest, 1800–1839” (Iowa State University, 2005). Order No. DA3172197.

Booth, Charles L., “Let the American Flag Wave in the Aegean: America Responds to the Greek War of Independence (1821–1824)” (New York University, 2005). Order No. DA3170806.

Eyal, Yonatan, “The New Democrats: Young America and Party Transformation, 1828–1861” (Harvard University, 2005). Order No. DA3173895.

Faflik, David, “To the Boardinghouse: Inhabiting the American Urban Literary Imagination, 1840–1860” (University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, 2005). Order No. DA3170429.

Gunn, Robert Lawrence, “Jeffersonian Liberalism and the Romance of History” (New York University, 2005). Order No. DA3170835.

Holland, David F., “Continuing Revelation: An Idea and Its Contexts in Early America” (Stanford University, 2005). Order No. DA3171662.

Marvin, Charles, “Nineteenth-Century Professional Culture and the Development of American Authorship” (University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, 2005). Order No. DA3168222.

Mitton, Steven Heath, “The Free World Confronted: The Problem of Slavery and Progress in American Foreign Relations, 1833–1844” (Louisiana State University, 2005). Order No. DA3167114.

Reeves, Russ Patrick, “Countering Revivalism and Revitalizing Protestantism: High Church, Confessional, and Romantic Critiques of Second Great Awakening Revivalism, 1835 to 1852” (University of Iowa, 2005). Order No. DA3172430.


Honma, Nagayo, Seigi no leadership (Righteous leadership). (Tokyo: ntt, 2004. 306 pp. ¥2,200, isbn 4757140681.) In Japanese.

Richter, William L., Historical Dictionary of the Old South. (Lanham: Scarecrow, 2006. xxx, 507 pp. $95.00, isbn 0-8108-5074-5.)


Bratt, James D., ed., Antirevivalism in Antebellum America: A Collection of Religious Voices. (New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, 2006. xxxii, 278 pp. Cloth, $62.00, isbn 0-8135-3692-7. Paper, $25.95, isbn 0-8135-3693-6.)

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