Journal of American History

Index Vol. 95

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A. Philip Randolph, by Taylor, revd., 571–72

Abandoned, by Miller, revd., 845–46

Abbott, Carl, revs., 601–2

Abbott, Philip, revs., 185–86

Abel, Emily K., Tuberculosis and the Politics of Exclusion, revd., 559

Abolitionists Remember, by Jeffrey, revd., 858–59

Abrams, Douglas Carl, revs., 873–74

Act of Justice, by Carnahan, revd., 543–44

“Action, and Action Now”, exhibition, revd., 783–86

Adams, Katherine H., coauth., Alice Paul and the American Suffrage Campaign, revd., 866–67

Adams, Sean Patrick, “Warming the Poor and Growing Consumers: Fuel Philanthropy in the Early Republic’s Urban North,” 69–94; revs., 852–53

An African Republic, by Tyler-McGraw, revd., 832–33

After Redemption, by Giggie, revd., 873–74

Against the President, by White, revd., 594–95

The Age of Strict Construction, by Zavodnyik, revd., 521–22

Akenson, Donald Harman, Some Family, revd., 600–601

Albertine, Susan, revs., 213

Alder, Ken, The Lie Detectors, revd., 233–34

Alexander, John K., revs., 1145–46

Alexander, June Granatir, revs., 257–58

Alfred Kazin, by Cook, revd., 579

Alice, by Cordery, revd., 248

Alice Paul and the American Suffrage Campaign, by Adams and Keene, revd., 866–67

Alive Day Memories, movie, revd., 288–90

Alkebulan, Paul, Survival Pending Revolution, revd., 611–12

All Bound Up Together, by Jones, revd., 204–5

All Honor to Jefferson?, by Root, revd., 1152–53

Allen, David Grayson, The Olmsted National Historic Site and the Growth of Historic Landscape Preservation, revd., 1183–84

Allen, Thomas M., A Republic in Time, revd., 834–35

Alliance, by Fenby, revd., 901–2

Allies for Armageddon, by Clark, revd., 581–82

Allin, Lawrence C., revs., 494–95

Alonso, Harriet Hyman, Robert E. Sherwood, revd., 888–89

Altink, Henrice, Representations of Slave Women in Discourses on Slavery and Abolition, 1780–1838, revd., 203–4

Alwood, Edward, Dark Days in the Newsroom, revd., 265–66

Amberg, Stephen, revs., 1251–52

Ambrosius, Lloyd E., revs., 241–42

American Angels, by Gardella, revd., 620

American Broadsides and Ephemera, Series I, Web site, revd., 298

American Catholics in the Protestant Imagination, by Carroll, revd., 535–36

American Empire and the Politics of Meaning, by Go, revd., 1188–89

American Indians and State Law, by Rosen, revd., 518–19

American Inquisition, by Muller, revd., 256–57

American Leviathan, by Griffin, revd., 187–88

The American Mission and the “Evil Empire,” by Foglesong, revd., 217–18

American Pragmatism and Democratic Faith, by Lacey, revd., 568

American Sovereigns, by Fritz, revd., 825–26

American State Papers, 1789–1838, Web site, revd., 951–52

American-Made, by Taylor, revd., 900

The Americanization of Social Science, by Haney, revd., 907–8

America’s Joan of Arc, by Gallman, revd., 538

America’s Three Regimes, by Keller, revd., 492–93

Amussen, Susan Dwyer, Caribbean Exchanges, revd., 499–500

Anderson, David L., coed., The War That Never Ends, revd., 615–16

Anderson, Ken, Dan Moody, revd., 570–71

Anderson, Terry H., revs., 1235–36

Andradè, Dale, revs., 918–19

Andrews, Stephen D., “Structuring the Past: Thinking about the History Curriculum,” 1094–1101

Angell, Stephen W., revs., 515–16

Anthropology Goes to the Fair, by Parezo and Fowler, revd., 231–32

Anzilotti, Cara, revs., 205–6

Aparicio, Frances R., trans., The Book of Salsa, revd., 926

Apocalypse Management, by Chernus, revd., 906

Archer, Robin, Why Is There No Labor Party in the United States?, revd., 882–83

Archibald Monteath, by Warner-Lewis, revd., 1155–56

Architect of Justice, by Mitchell, revd., 250–51

Armitage, David, revs., 500–501

Arnesen, Eric, revs., 1181–82

Aronowitz, Robert A., Unnatural History, revd., 533

Arredondo, Gabriela F., Mexican Chicago, revd., 895

Arsenals of Folly, by Rhodes, revd., 264

The Art of the American Shapshot, 1888–1978, exhibition, revd., 155–58

Art Work, by Masten, revd., 1161–62

Artillery of Heaven, by Makdisi, revd., 1189

The Arts of Democracy, ed. by Blake, revd., 1225–26

Ashby, LeRoy, revs., 1186–87

Ashton, Susanna, revs., 214

Atlantic Loyalties, by McMichael, revd., 824–25

Attack Politics, by Buell and Sigelman, revd., 914–15

Aucoin, Brent J., A Rift in the Clouds, revd., 565–66

Auerbach, Jonathan, Body Shots, revd., 582–83; revs., 1208–9

Augst, Thomas, coed., Institutions of Reading, revd., 182–83

Austin, Allan W., revs., 227–28

Auto Mechanics, by Borg, revd., 232–33

Axelrod, Jeremiah B. C., revs., 909–10

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Bacon, Jacqueline, Freedom’s Journal, revd., 1166–67

Bad Fruits of the Civilized Tree, by Ishii, revd., 1164–65

Bailey, Brigitte, revs., 1142–43

Bakken, Gordon Morris, revs., 826–27

Baldwin, Davarian L., Chicago’s New Negroes, revd., 889–90; revs., 874–75

Baldwin, Kate A., revs., 237

Baldwin, Lewis V., revs., 1135

Bank, Rosemarie K., revs., 199–200

Bankrupting the Enemy, by Miller, revd., 589

Banned in Kansas, by Butters, revd., 884–85

Banner, Stuart, Possessing the Pacific, revd., 861–62

Bannister, Robert C., revs., 907–8

Barber, David, A Hard Rain Fell, revd., 1241–42

Barde, Robert Eric, Immigration at the Golden Gate, revd., 1192–93; revs., 867–68

Baritono, Raffaella, revs., 913–14

Barkan, Elliott Robert, From All Points, revd., 223–24; From Arrival to Incorporation, revd., 1249–50

Barnett, James F., Jr., The Natchez Indians, revd., 1126–27

Barney, William L., The Making of a Confederate, revd., 538–39

Barr, Daniel P., revs., 820–21

Barrow, Mark V., Jr., revs., 828–29

Basch, Norma, revs., 536–37

Basson, Lauren L., White Enough to Be American?, revd., 561–62

Battista, Andrew, The Revival of Labor Liberalism, revd., 1251–52

Battle Lines, Web site, revd., 952–53

Bayer, Ronald, coauth., Searching Eyes, revd., 577–78

Beachy, Robert, coed., Pious Pursuits, revd., 501–2

Beasley, Maurine H., revs., 1172–73

Beautiful Democracy, by Castronovo, revd., 567–68

Beckert, Jens, Inherited Wealth, revd., 833–34

Becoming African in America, by Sidbury, revd., 201–2

“‘Becoming International Again’: C. Wright Mills and the Emergence of a Global New Left, 1956–1962,” by Daniel Geary, 710–36

Beer and Revolution, by Goyens, revd., 574

Bell, Rudolph M., coed., Women on Their Own, revd., 835–36

Bellin, Joshua David, Medicine Bundle, revd., 524–25; revs., 513–14

Bender, Daniel E., revs., 493–94

Bendersky, Joseph W., revs., 588–89

Bendroth, Margaret, revs., 228–29

Bennett, Edward M., revs., 217–18

Bensel, Richard Franklin, Passion and Preferences, revd., 1186–87

Benson, Susan Porter, Household Accounts, revd., 884

Berg, Manfred, revs., 1205

Berg Sobrè, Judith, revs., 558–59

Berger, Martin A., revs., 230–31

Bergeron, Paul H., revs., 513

Bergland, Renèe, Maria Mitchell and the Sexing of Science, revd., 1162–63

Berglund, Barbara, Making San Francisco American, revd., 560

Bergman, David, revs., 883–84

Bergquist, James M., revs., 1149–50

Bergstrom, Randolph E., revs., 573–74

Berkowitz, Edward D., revs., 605

Berlant, Lauren, The Female Complaint, revd., 1154–55

Berman, David R., Radicalism in the Mountain West, 1890–1920, revd., 876–77

Berry, Daina Ramey, “Swing the Sickle for the Harvest Is Ripe,” revd., 205–6

Bertrand, Michael T., revs., 269–70

Best, Wallace D., Passionately Human, No Less Divine, revd., 890–91

Beyan, Amos J., revs., 832–33

Beyond Red Power, ed. by Cobb and Fowler, revd., 879–80

Beyond the Alamo, by Ramos, revd., 839–40

Big Daddy, by Boyarsky, revd., 605–6

Big Enough to Be Inconsistent, by Fredrickson, revd., 1174–75

Bilgin, Pinar, revs., 1253–54

Billinger, Robert D., Jr., Nazi pows in the Tar Heel State, revd., 1219–20

Binder, Frederick M., revs., 1249–50

Binnington, Ian, revs., 547–48

Birdnow, Brian, revs., 250

Bischof, Günter J., revs., 1219–20

Bjelajac, David, revs., 1182–83

Bjork, Ulf Jonas, revs., 911–12

Bjorkman, Timothy W., Verne Sankey, revd., 578–79

Black, Allida, ed., The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers, vol. 1, revd., 1223–25

Black, White, and Indian, by Saunt, revd., 560–61

Black and Blue, by Frymer, revd., 1236

Black on the Block, by Pattillo, revd., 924–25

Black Women in Texas History, ed. by Glasrud and Pitre, revd., 1158–59

Blair, Sara, Harlem Crossroads, revd., 238–39

Blake, Casey Nelson, ed., The Arts of Democracy, revd., 1225–26

Blanton, Carlos Kevin, revs., 1231–32

Blaszczyk, Regina Lee, ed., Producing Fashion, revd., 1244–45

Blight, David W., A Slave No More, revd., 526–27

Bliss, Robert M., revs., 1137–38

Bloch, Avital H., revs., 1236–37

Block, Sharon, revs., 850

Blocker, Jack S., A Little More Freedom, revd., 874–75

The Bloody Shirt, by Budiansky, revd., 545–46

Bloom, Alexander, revs., 291–93

Bloom, Jack M., revs., 266–67

Blue, Frederick J., revs., 851–52

Blue and Gold and Black, by Schneller, revd., 925–26

Blue Skies, by Parsons, revd., 932–33

Blum, Edward J., W. E. B. Du Bois, revd., 235–36

Blumenthal, Susanna, revs., 233–34

Bodenhorn, Howard, revs., 195–96

The Body in the Reservoir, by Trotti, revd., 892–93

Body Shots, by Auerbach, revd., 582–83

BodyWorlds3, exhibition, revd., 165–71

Boggis, JerriAnne, coed., Harriet Wilson’s New England, revd., 525–26

Bogue, Allan G., revs., 853–54

Boisseau, Tracey Jean, revs., 866

Bokovoy, Matthew, revs., 604–5

Bolster, W. Jeffrey, coauth., The Way of the Ship, revd., 494–95

Bonds of Affection, by Holland, revd., 507

Bonner, Robert E., William F. Cody’s Wyoming Empire, revd., 222–23

The Book of Salsa, by Rondòn, trans. Aparicio and White, revd., 926

Boomhower, Ray E., Robert F. Kennedy and the 1968 Indiana Primary, revd., 1249

Border Citizens, by Meeks, revd., 557–58

Borg, Kevin L., Auto Mechanics, revd., 232–33

Borish, Linda J., coauth., “Rethinking a Curricular ‘Muddle in the Middle’: Revising the Undergraduate History Major at Western Michigan University,” 1102–13

Borne, Lawrence R., revs., 222–23

Bose, Meena, revs., 261–62

Boss-Busters and Sin Hounds, by Haskell, revd., 881–82

The Boston Cosmopolitans, by Rennella, revd., 870–71

Boucher, Philip P., France and the American Tropics to 1700, revd., 499; revs., 497–98

Bouton, Terry, Taming Democracy, revd., 188–89; revs., 825–26

Bowers, J. D., Joseph Priestley and English Unitarianism in America, revd., 190–91

Bowes, John P., Exiles and Pioneers, revd., 831–32

Boyarsky, Bill, Big Daddy, revd., 605–6

Brady, David W., coed., Party, Process, and Political Change in Congress, vol. 2, revd., 192–93

Braitman, Jacqueline, revs., 605–6

Brands, Hal, From Berlin to Baghdad, revd., 1252–53

Brazinsky, Gregg, Nation Building in South Korea, revd., 268–69

Breeding Contempt, by Largent, revd., 533–34

Breen, William James, revs., 1203–4

Breines, Winifred, The Trouble between Us, revd., 1243–44;

Brennan, Mary C., Wives, Mothers, and the Red Menace, revd., 916

Breslaw, Elaine G., Dr. Alexander Hamilton and Provincial America, revd., 815–16

Britton’s Botanical Empire, by Mickulas, revd., 869–70

Brockley, Janice, revs., 1189–90

Brother’s Keeper, by Parker, revd., 897–98

Brown, John K., revs., 844–45

Brown, Matthew P., The Pilgrim and the Bee, revd., 507–8

Brown, Nikki, revs., 609–10

Brown, Richmond F., ed., Coastal Encounters, revd., 516–17

Brundage, Anthony, coauth., The Great Tradition, revd., 564–65

Brundage, David T., revs., 882–83

Brutes in Suits, by Pettegrew, revd., 230–31

Bruyneel, Kevin, The Third Space of Sovereignty, revd., 512; revs., 518–19

Buckley, Jay H., William Clark, revd., 1148–49

Budiansky, Stephen, The Bloody Shirt, revd., 545–46

Buell, Emmett H., Jr., coauth., Attack Politics, revd., 914–15

Buffalo Bill, movie, revd., 942–44

Buggeln, Gretchen Townsend, revs., 830–31

Buhite, Russell D., revs., 252–53

Building the Bay Colony, by McWilliams, revd., 502–3

Building the Body Politic, by Farrar, revd., 601–2

The Burden of Black Religion, by Evans, revd., 1135

Burkhimer, Michael, Lincoln’s Christianity, revd., 1175–76

Burnett, D. Graham, Trying Leviathan, revd., 833

Burran, James A., revs., 900

Burton, H. Sophie, coauth., Colonial Natchitoches, revd., 517–18

Burying the Dead but Not the Past, by Janney, revd., 860

Bush, Gregory W., revs., 1249

The Business of Letters, by Jackson, revd., 843

Bussel, Robert, revs., 1180

Butler, Anthea D., Women in the Church of God in Christ, revd., 239–40

Butler, Nicholas Michael, Votaries of Apollo, revd., 506–7

Butsch, Richard, The Citizen Audience, revd., 887–88

Butters, Gerald R., Jr., Banned in Kansas, revd., 884–85; revs., 270–72

Buying into the World of Goods, by Martin, revd., 1140

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Cain, Louis P., revs., 614

Calhoun, Charles W., revs., 210–11

California Polyphony, by Yang, revd., 1185–86

Callahan, Richard J., Jr., ed., New Territories, New Perspectives, revd., 1150

Calloway, Colin G., White People, Indians, and Highlanders, revd., 1133–34

Camp Chase and the Evolution of Union Prison Policy, by Pickenpaugh, revd., 548–49

Campbell, Ballard, revs., 1199–1200

Campbell, James T., coed., Race, Nation, & Empire in American History, revd., 493–94

Campbell, Karl E., Senator Sam Ervin, Last of the Founding Fathers, revd., 606–7

Campbell, Malcolm, Ireland’s New Worlds, revd., 837–38

Campbell, Robert, In Darkest Alaska, revd., 564

“Can These Dry Bones Live?: An Anthropological Approach to the History of the Senses,” by David Howes, 442–51

Capozzola, Christopher, Uncle Sam Wants You, revd., 1202–3

Capper, Charles, coed., Margaret Fuller, revd., 1142–43

The Captive’s Position, by Toulouse, revd., 1136–37

Caribbean Exchanges, by Amussen, revd., 499–500

Carnahan, Burrus M., Act of Justice, revd., 543–44

Caroli, Betty Boyd, revs., 931–32

Carp, Benjamin L., Rebels Rising, revd., 1145–46

Carp, E. Wayne, revs., 845–46

Carpenter, Kenneth, coed., Institutions of Reading, revd., 182–83

Carrigan, William D., revs., 864–65

Carriker, Robert, revs., 1163

Carroll, Michael P., American Catholics in the Protestant Imagination, revd., 535–36

Carruthers, Susan, revs., 284–85

Carson, James Taylor, revs., 180–81

Carty, Thomas J., revs., 272–73

Casdorph, Paul D., revs., 862–63

Casper, Scott E., “More than the Sum of Its Parts: Rethinking the History Curriculum,” 1092–93; Sarah Johnson’s Mount Vernon, revd., 822

del Castillo, Richard Griswold, ed., World War II and Mexican American Civil Rights, revd., 1218–19

Castronovo, Russ, Beautiful Democracy, revd., 567–68

Catholicism in the American West, ed. by Treviòo and Francaviglia, revd., 1163

Caughfield, Adrienne, revs., 1150

Cavallo, Dominick, revs., 917–18

Cayton, Andrew R. L., revs., 831–32

Central Africans, Atlantic Creoles, and the Foundation of the Americas, 1585–1660, by Heywood and Thornton, revd., 1128–29

Ceplair, Larry, The Marxist and the Movies, revd., 902–3

Cesar Chavez and the Common Sense of Nonviolence, by Orosco, revd., 1242–43

Chambers, Jason, Madison Avenue and the Color Line, revd., 910–11

Chambers, Thomas, revs., 878–79

Chan, Sucheng, coed., Chinese Americans and the Politics of Race and Culture, revd., 1191–92

Chaney, Michael A., Fugitive Vision, revd., 1168–69

Charles, Douglas M., J. Edgar Hoover and the Anti-interventionists, revd., 586–87

Charles Eliot Norton, by Dowling, revd., 530–31

Charlie Wilson’s War, movie, revd., 286–87

Charters, Samuel, A Trumpet around the Corner, revd., 872–73

Chévez, John R., coed., Memories and Migrations, revd., 894–95

Cheathem, Mark R., Old Hickory’s Nephew, revd., 208–9

Chebahtah, William, coauth., Chevato, revd., 556–57

Chernus, Ira, Apocalypse Management, revd., 906

Chevato, by Chebahtah and Minor, revd., 556–57

Chiang, Connie Y., “The Nose Knows: The Sense of Smell in American History,” 405–16

“Chicago”, exhibition, revd., 804–7

Chicago 10, movie, revd., 947–49

Chicago’s New Negroes, by Baldwin, revd., 889–90

Chidester, David, revs., 1129–30

Children at Play, by Chudacoff, revd., 197

Chinese Americans and the Politics of Race and Culture, ed. by Chan and Hsu, revd., 1191–92

The Choctaws in Oklahoma, by Kidwell, revd., 209–10

Chomsky, Aviva, Linked Labor Histories, revd., 1198–99

Christensen, Lawrence O., revs., 875–76

Christian Sisterhood, Race Relations, and the ywca, 1906–46, by Robertson, revd., 1196

Christianson, Scott, revs., 1146

Chronicling America, Web site, revd., 624–25

Chu, Jonathan M., revs., 520–21

Chudacoff, Howard P., Children at Play, revd., 197

Chung, Sue Fawn, revs., 1191–92

Chused, Richard H., revs., 833–34

Cimbala, Paul A., coed., Making a New South, revd., 214–15

The Citizen Audience, by Butsch, revd., 887–88

Citizen Employers, by Haydu, revd., 1180

Citizens More than Soldiers, by Laver, revd., 838–39

The Civil War and the Limits of Destruction, by Neely, revd., 546–47

Clanton, O. Gene, A Common Humanity, revd., 537

Clark, Emily, Masterless Mistresses, revd., 181–82

Clark, Victoria, Allies for Armageddon, revd., 581–82

Class and Gender Politics in Progressive-Era Seattle, by Putman, revd., 893–94

Class and the Color Line, by Gerteis, revd., 554

Clements, Kendrick A., revs., 1204–5

Clifford, Deborah Pickman, coauth., “The Troubled Roar of the Waters,” revd., 255

Clifford, J. Garry, revs., 1252–53

Clifford, Nicholas R., coauth., “The Troubled Roar of the Waters,” revd., 255

Clinging to Mammy, by McElya, revd., 609–10

Coastal Encounters, ed. by Brown, revd., 516–17

Cobb, Daniel M., coed., Beyond Red Power, revd., 879–80

Cohen, Daniel, coauth., “Interchange: The Promise of Digital History,” 452–91

Cohen, Patricia Cline, coauth., The Flash Press, revd., 1160–61

Coining Corruption, by Hohenstein, revd., 219–20

Coker, Jeffrey W., revs., 218–19

Colby, Jason, revs., 897–98

Cole, Peter, Wobblies on the Waterfront, revd., 243; revs., 1259–60

Cole, Stephanie, revs., 840–41

Coleman, David G., coauth., Real-World Nuclear Deterrence, revd., 609

The Colfax Massacre, by Keith, revd., 550–51

Colgrove, James, coauth., Searching Eyes, revd., 577–78

The College “Y,” by Setran, revd., 229–30

Colonial Natchitoches, by Burton and Smith, revd., 517–18

Colonizing Leprosy, by Moran, revd., 867–68

The Colored Cartoon, by Lehman, revd., 1196–97

Colored Memories, by Curtis, revd., 1216–17

Colored Property, by Freund, revd., 236–37

Combs, Jerald A., revs., 828

A Common Humanity, by Clanton, revd., 537

Comrades, ed. by Jeffries, revd., 923–24

Conaway, Carol B., revs., 1243–44

Confronting Modernity, by Megraw, revd., 1214–15

The Congrègation de Notre-Dame, Superiors, and the Paradox of Power, 1693–1796, by Gray, revd., 498

Connolly, Cynthia A., Saving Sickly Children, revd., 1189–90

Conser, Walter H., Jr., coed., Southern Crossroads, revd., 847–48

The Conservative Ascendancy, by Critchlow, revd., 274–75

Contested Democracy, ed. by Sinha and Von Eschen, revd., 202–3

Contosta, David R., Rebel Giants, revd., 1173–74

Cook, James W., “Seeing the Visual in U.S. History,” 432–41

Cook, Mary J. Straw, Doòa Tules, revd., 200–201

Cook, Richard M., Alfred Kazin, revd., 579

Cook, Susan C., revs., 1211

Cool, Paul, Salt Warriors, revd., 863–64

Cooling, Benjamin Franklin, Counter-Thrust, revd., 857–58

Cordery, Stacy A., Alice, revd., 248

Corke, Sarah-Jane, U.S. Covert Operations and Cold War Strategy, revd., 905

Cornford, Daniel, revs., 244

Corporate Wasteland, by High and Lewis, revd., 614

Cortina, by Thompson, revd., 201

Coryell, Janet L., revs., 1167–68

Cosgrove, Richard A., coauth., The Great Tradition, revd., 564–65

Cotkin, George, revs., 568

Cottrell, Robert C., revs., 888–89

Counter-Revolution of the Word, by Filreis, revd., 1225

Counter-Thrust, by Cooling, revd., 857–58

Counterculture Green, by Kirk, revd., 614–15

Courtship and Love among the Enslaved in North Carolina, by Fraser, revd., 850

Courtwright, David T., revs., 1211–12

Coward, John M., revs., 1180–81

CQ Historic Documents, Web site, revd., 625

Craddock, Susan, revs., 559

Crafton, Donald, revs., 1196–97

Craig, Robert H., revs., 810–11

Cravey, Altha, revs., 1198–99

Crawford, Martin, revs., 538–39

Creeks and Southerners, by Frank, revd., 181

Crespino, Joseph, In Search of Another Country, revd., 607–8

Crimm, Carolina Castillo, revs., 201

The Crisis of Imprisonment, by McLennan, revd., 1146

Criss, Nur Bilge, revs., 922–23

Critchlow, Donald T., The Conservative Ascendancy, revd., 274–75; Phyllis Schlafly and Grassroots Conservatism, revd., 1236–37

Crossing the Border, by Hepburn, revd., 205

Crossing Waters, Crossing Worlds, ed. by Miles and Holland, revd., 515–16

Crow, Jeffrey J., revs., 554

Cuban Catholics in the United States, 1960–1980, by Poyo, revd., 277–78

Culbert, David, revs., 912

The Culture of Calamity, by Rozario, revd., 176–77

The Culture War in the Civil Rights Movement, by Street, revd., 1226–27

Cumbler, John T., From Abolition to Rights for All, revd., 859–60

Cumfer, Cynthia, Separate Peoples, One Land, revd., 513–14

Cumiford, William L., revs., 596–97

Cummins, Light Townsend, revs., 517–18

Cuordileone, K. A., revs., 912–13

Curnutt, Kirk, revs., 1178–79

Curran, Thomas F., revs., 855

Currie, James T., revs., 193

Curry, Lynne, revs., 848–49

Curtis, Susan, Colored Memories, revd., 1216–17

Custerology, by Elliott, revd., 934–35

Cutler, Robin R., A Soul on Trial, revd., 566–67

Czitrom, Daniel, coauth., Rediscovering Jacob Riis, revd., 868–69

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D. W. Griffith’s The Birth of a Nation, by Stokes, revd., 1207–8

Daddy Grace, by Dallam, revd., 599–600

Dagbovie, Pero Gaglo, The Early Black History Movement, Carter G. Woodson, and Lorenzo Johnston Greene, revd., 234–35

Dallam, Marie W., Daddy Grace, revd., 599–600

Daly, John Patrick, revs., 1136

Dan Moody, by Anderson, revd., 570–71

Danbom, David B., Going It Alone, revd., 1216

Daniels, Bruce C., revs., 818–19

D’Antonio, Patricia, revs., 818

Dark Days in the Newsroom, by Alwood, revd., 265–66

Dark Victorians, by Dickerson, revd., 1172

Daum, Andreas W., Kennedy in Berlin, revd., 919–20

David Macaulay, exhibition, revd., 171–74

Davidson, James West, “They Say,” revd., 215–16

Davies, Carole Boyce, Left of Karl Marx, revd., 917

Davies, Edward J., II, coauth., The Myth of the Eastern Front, revd., 903–4

Davies, Gareth, See Government Grow, revd., 598

Davis, Donald G., Jr., revs., 182–83

Davis, Hugh, revs., 530–31

Davis, Morris L., The Methodist Unification, revd., 1194

Davis, Thomas J., revs., 612–13

Daynes, Kathryn M., revs., 600–601

Days on the Family Farm, by Meyer, revd., 569–70

Dean, Virgil W., revs., 1217–18

DeBerg, Betty A., revs., 293–94

Decentering America, ed. by Gienow-Hecht, revd., 1238–39

Decision in the Heartland, by Woodworth, revd., 1176–77

The Decline of Sentiment, by Jacobs, revd., 1208–9

The Deepest South, by Horne, revd., 1130–31

DeGroot, Gerard J., The Sixties Unplugged, revd., 917–18

“Deist Monster On Religious Common Sense in the Wake of the American Revolution,” by Christopher Grasso, 43–68

Dekolonisierung in Südostasien (Decolonization in Southeast Asia), by Frey, revd., 1245

Del Pero, Mario, “On the Limits of Thomas Zeiler’s Historiographical Triumphalism,” 1079–82

Delton, Jennifer, revs., 1216–17

DeLuzio, Crista, Female Adolescence in American Scientific Thought, 1830–1930, revd., 531–32

Denkler, Ann, Sustaining Identity, Recapturing Heritage, revd., 935–36

Denson, Andrew, revs., 860–61

DeRosier, Arthur H., Jr., William Dunbar, revd., 511–12

Desrochers, Robert E., Jr., revs., 1128–29

The Detonators, by Millman, revd., 574–75

Deutsch, James I., revs., 290–91

Deutsch, Sarah, revs., 893–94

Deutsch-Amerikaner im Ersten Weltkrieg (German Americans in World War I), by Wüstenbecker, revd., 242–43

Deutsche Juden in Amerika (German Jews in America), by Wilhelm, revd., 842–43

Diba Jimooyung, exhibition, revd., 159–63

Dichtl, John R., Frontiers of Faith, revd., 1149–50

Dickerson, Vanessa D., Dark Victorians, revd., 1172

Diehard Rebels, by Phillips, revd., 547–48

Digital Sanborn Maps, 1867–1970, Web site, revd., 622–24

Diner, Hasia, coed., From Arrival to Incorporation, revd., 1249–50

“The Diplomatic History Bandwagon: A State of the Field,” by Thomas W. Zeiler, 1053–73

Divine Hierarchies, by McCloud, revd., 176

Divita, James J., revs., 225–26

Dr. Alexander Hamilton and Provincial America, by Breslaw, revd., 815–16

Documenting the Face of America, movie, revd., 944–46

Doenecke, Justus D., revs., 1206–7

Doherty, Thomas, Hollywood’s Censor, revd., 583; revs., 265–66

Doòa Tules, by Cook, revd., 200–201

Donaldson, Gary A., The First Modern Campaign, revd., 272–73

Dönmez, Rasim Özgür, coed., Yeni Imparatorluk Çagi (The new era of empire), revd., 1253–54

Dotson, Rand, Roanoke, Virginia, 1882–1912, revd., 555

Douglas, George H., revs., 247–48

Douglass and Lincoln, by Kendrick and Kendrick, revd., 852–53

Dowling, Linda, Charles Eliot Norton, revd., 530–31

Doyle, Laura, Freedom’s Empire, revd., 814–15

Dublin, Thomas, revs., 868–69

Duffin, Andrew P., Plowed Under, revd., 877

Dunbar, Erica Armstrong, A Fragile Freedom, revd., 1167–68

Duncan, Christopher M., revs., 846–47

Dunlap, Thomas, trans., Inherited Wealth, revd., 833–34

Durham, David I., A Southern Moderate in Radical Times, revd., 1151–52

Durham, Martin, White Rage, revd., 608–9

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The Early Black History Movement, Carter G. Woodson, and Lorenzo Johnston Greene, by Dagbovie, revd., 234–35

Early Recognized Treaties with American Indian Nations, Web site, revd., 1255–56

Ecuador and the United States, by Pineo, revd., 596–97

Education and the Cold War, by Hartman, revd., 908–9

Ehrman, John, revs., 608–9

Einolf, Christopher J., George Thomas, revd., 854–55

Ekberg, Carl J., Stealing Indian Women, revd., 180–81

The Eleanor Roosevelt Papers, vol. 1, ed. by Black, revd., 1223–25

Electing fdr, by Ritchie, revd., 899

Eliza Calvert Hall, by Niedermeier, revd., 213

Ellenberg, George B., Mule South to Tractor South, revd., 1163–64

Ellinghaus, Katherine, revs., 561–62

Elliott, Clark A., Thaddeus William Harris (1795–1856), revd., 828–29

Elliott, Michael A., Custerology, revd., 934–35; revs., 1247–48

Ellis, Mark R., Law and Order in Buffalo Bill’s Country, revd., 555–56

Ellis, Rex, revs., 822

Ellis, Richard J., revs., 492–93

Emerald City, by Klingle, revd., 568–69

Emigrant Worlds and Transatlantic Communities, by Errington, revd., 836–37

The End of the Innocence, by Samuel, revd., 604–5

Engel, Jeffrey A., ed., Local Consequences of the Global Cold War, revd., 906–7; revs., 792–94

Engels, Jeremy, revs., 567–68

Engerman, David C., revs., 263–64

English Atlantics Revisited, ed. by Rhoden, revd., 500–501

Enke, Anne, Finding the Movement, revd., 603–4

Ensalaco, Mark, Middle Eastern Terrorism, revd., 922–23

Enstam, Elizabeth York, revs., 1158–59

An Entrenched Legacy, by Garry, revd., 900–901

Epidemics and Enslavement, by Kelton, revd., 495–96

Epstein, Terrie, communication from, 630–31

Ernest, John, revs., 1166–67

Ernst, John, coed., The War That Never Ends, revd., 615–16

Errington, Elizabeth Jane, Emigrant Worlds and Transatlantic Communities, revd., 836–37

Esperdy, Gabrielle, Modernizing Main Street, revd., 1215–16

Espiritu, Augusto Fauni, Five Faces of Exile, revd., 1193–94

Estes, Todd, revs., 193–94

Estrada, William David, The Los Angeles Plaza, revd., 841–42

Etcheson, Nicole, revs., 545–46

Ethridge, Robbie, revs., 1126–27

Eustace, Nicole, Passion Is the Gale, revd., 1144–45

Evans, Curtis J., The Burden of Black Religion, revd., 1135

Evans, Stephanie Y., revs., 234–35

Everything Was Better in America, by Welky, revd., 1213–14

The Exchange Artist, by Kamensky, revd., 524

The Execution of Willie Francis, by King, revd., 1227–28

Exiles and Pioneers, by Bowes, revd., 831–32

“Exploiting the North-South Differential: Corporate Power, Southern Politics, and the Decline of Organized Labor after World War II,” by Tami J. Friedman, 323–48

Eyal, Yonatan, The Young America Movement and the Transformation of the Democratic Party, 1828–1861, revd., 196–97

Ezra, Michael, revs., 1226–27

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The Failed Welfare Revolution, by Steensland, revd., 605

Fairchild, Amy L., coauth., Searching Eyes, revd., 577–78

The Faithful, by O’Toole, revd., 1134–35

Fallen Founder, by Isenberg, revd., 821–22

The Far Reaches of Empire, by Grenier, revd., 1137–38

Farmer, Jared, On Zion’s Mount, revd., 1156–57

Farnham [Pope], Christie Anne, revs., 204–5

Farrar, Margaret E., Building the Body Politic, revd., 601–2

A Fatal Drifting Apart, by Westhoff, revd., 230

Fateful Beauty, by Mao, revd., 1178–79

Faust, Drew Gilpin, This Republic of Suffering, revd., 808–9

A Faustian Foreign Policy from Woodrow Wilson to George W. Bush, by Hoff, revd., 1205

Favored Flowers, by Ziegler, revd., 220–21

Fay, Jennifer, Theaters of Occupation, revd., 1222–23

The fbi, by Jeffreys-Jones, revd., 219

fdr, by Smith, revd., 251–52

fdr and the Spanish Civil War, by Tierney, revd., 255–56

fdr’s First Fireside Chat, by Kiewe, revd., 252–53

Fea, John, The Way of Improvement Leads Home, revd., 1141–42

Feingold, Henry L., revs., 813–14

Fellman, Michael, revs., 550–51

Female Adolescence in American Scientific Thought, 1830–1930, by DeLuzio, revd., 531–32

The Female Complaint, by Berlant, revd., 1154–55

Fenby, Jonathan, Alliance, revd., 901–2

Fenians, Freedmen, and Southern Whites, by Snay, revd., 216–17

Ferguson, Clyde R., revs., 194–95

Ferguson, Helena, revs., 622–24

Fernandez, Nancy Page, revs., 1244–45

Fernlund, Kevin J., revs., 511–12

The Feud That Wasn’t, by Smallwood, revd., 862–63

Filene, Benjamin, introduction to exhibition reviews, 782–83

Filreis, Alan, Counter-Revolution of the Word, revd., 1225

Finding the Movement, by Enke, revd., 603–4

Findlay, James, revs., 1201–2

Findling, John E., revs., 231–32

A Fire in Their Hearts, by Michels, revd., 572–73

The First Modern Campaign, by Donaldson, revd., 272–73

Fisher, Colin, revs., 1153–54

Fisher, Louis, revs., 574–75

Fitzgerald, Gerard J., “In Good Taste: Rethinking American History with Our Palates,” 392–404

Fitzgerald, Michael W., revs., 1151–52

Five Faces of Exile, by Espiritu, revd., 1193–94

The Flash Press, by Cohen, Gilfoyle, and Horowitz, revd., 1160–61

Fleming, Cynthia Griggs, revs., 1179–80

Fleming, Thomas, The Perils of Peace, revd., 189–90

Flint, Richard, No Settlement, No Conquest, revd., 1127–28

Floyd-Thomas, J. M., revs., 235–36

Fogleman, Aaron, revs., 501–2

Foglesong, David S., The American Mission and the “Evil Empire,” revd., 217–18; revs., 906–7

Foley, Barbara, revs., 593–94

Foote, Kenneth E., revs., 619–20

Footsteps in the Dark, by Lipsitz, revd., 269–70

For Jobs and Freedom, by Zieger, revd., 865–66

For the People, by Formisano, revd., 822–23

For the Soul of Mankind, by Leffler, revd., 262–63

Ford, Lacy, “Reconfiguring the Old South: ‘Solving’ the Problem of Slavery, 1787–1838,” 95–122

Ford, Nancy Gentile, The Great War and America, revd., 1203–4

Foreign Aid as Foreign Policy, by Taffet, revd., 269

Forgeries of Memory and Meaning, by Robinson, revd., 889

Forgotten Continent, by Reid, revd., 930

Formisano, Ronald P., For the People, revd., 822–23

Foster, A. Kristen, revs., 823–24

Foster, Anne L., revs., 244–45

Foster, Mark S., revs., 877–78

Foster, Thomas A., ed., Long before Stonewall, revd., 179–80

Foster, William Henry, revs., 181–82

Four Hats in the Ring, by Gould, revd., 1199–1200

Fowler, Don D., coauth., Anthropology Goes to the Fair, revd., 231–32

Fowler, Josephine, Japanese and Chinese Immigrant Activists, revd., 227–28

Fowler, Loretta, coed., Beyond Red Power, revd., 879–80

A Fragile Freedom, by Dunbar, revd., 1167–68

Framing the Black Panthers, by Rhodes, revd., 610–11

Francaviglia, Richard V., coed., Catholicism in the American West, revd., 1163; revs., 1156–57

France and the American Tropics to 1700, by Boucher, revd., 499

Frank, Andrew K., Creeks and Southerners, revd., 181; revs., 514–15

Frank, Richard B., revs., 281–84

Frankel, Oz, revs., 843–44

Franz, Kathleen, revs., 149–55, 1230

Fraser, Rebecca J., Courtship and Love among the Enslaved in North Carolina, revd., 850

Frederick, Jeff, Stand Up for Alabama, revd., 273–74

Frederick Douglass and Herman Melville, ed. by Levine and Otter, revd., 1171

Fredrickson, George M., Big Enough to Be Inconsistent, revd., 1174–75

A Freedom Bought with Blood, by James, revd., 214

Freedom for Themselves, by Reid, revd., 855–56

Freedom of the Screen, by Wittern-Keller, revd., 885–86

Freedom’s Empire, by Doyle, revd., 814–15

Freedom’s Journal, by Bacon, revd., 1166–67

The French Atlantic Triangle, by Miller, revd., 1131–32

French Founding Father, exhibition, revd., 802–4

Freund, David M. P., Colored Property, revd., 236–37; revs., 896

Frey, Marc, Dekolonisierung in Södostasien (Decolonization in Southeast Asia), revd., 1245

Friedel, Robert D., revs., 527–28

Friedman, Lawrence M., Guarding Life’s Dark Secrets, revd., 536–37

Friedman, Tami J., “Exploiting the North-South Differential: Corporate Power, Southern Politics, and the Decline of Organized Labor after World War II,” 323–48

Frisch, Michael, coauth., “Interchange: The Promise of Digital History,” 452–91

Fritz, Christian G., American Sovereigns, revd., 825–26

Frizzell, Robert W., Independent Immigrants, revd., 551–52

From Abolition to Rights for All, by Cumbler, revd., 859–60

From All Points, by Barkan, revd., 223–24

From Arrival to Incorporation, ed. by Barkan, Diner, and Kraut, revd., 1249–50

From Berlin to Baghdad, by Brands, revd., 1252–53

From Chinese Exclusion to Guantánamo Bay, by Saito, revd., 226–27

From Nature to Experience, by Lundin, revd., 198–99

From Pioneering to Persevering, by Salstrom, revd., 207–8

From Rights to Economics, by Minchin, revd., 267–68

From Sacred to Secular, by Lacey, revd., 830–31

Frontiers of Faith, by Dichtl, revd., 1149–50

Fruits and Plains, by Pauly, revd., 1139–40

Frymer, Paul, Black and Blue, revd., 1236

Fugitive Vision, by Chaney, revd., 1168–69

Fuller-Seeley, Kathryn H., ed., Hollywood in the Neighborhood, revd., 886–87; revs., 624–25

The Future Almost Arrived, by Sneh, revd., 930–31

The Future City on the Inland Sea, by Olmanson, revd., 178–79

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Gallagher, Patrick, coauth., “Interchange: The Promise of Digital History,” 452–91

Gallicchio, Marc, ed., The Unpredictability of the Past, revd., 260–61

Gallman, J. Matthew, America’s Joan of Arc, revd., 538; revs., 546–47

Games, Alison, revs., 1131–32

Garay, Ronald, revs., 932–33

Garcìa, Mario T., revs., 272

Garcia, Richard A., revs., 1242–43

Gardella, Peter, American Angels, revd., 620

Garry, Patrick M., An Entrenched Legacy, revd., 900–901

Gaustad, Edwin, revs., 809–10

Gay Artists in Modern American Culture, by Sherry, revd., 912–13

Geary, Daniel, “‘Becoming International Again’: C. Wright Mills and the Emergence of a Global New Left, 1956–1962,” 710–36

Geelhoed, E. Bruce, revs., 580–81

Geiger, Jeffrey, Facing the Pacific, revd., 244–45

Geissler, Suzanne, revs., 821–22

Gelfand, H. Michael, revs., 566–67

Gellman, David N., revs., 201–2

Gemme, Paola, revs., 498

General Lee’s Army, by Glatthaar, revd., 1177–78

“Gentleman George” Hunt Pendleton, by Mach, revd., 529–30

The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum, exhibition, revd., 792–94

George Thomas, by Einolf, revd., 854–55

George Washington Papers at the Library of Congress, 1741–1799, Web site, revd., 296–98

Gerteis, Joseph, Class and the Color Line, revd., 554

Gerteis, Louis S., revs., 548–49

“Getting in Touch with Slavery and Freedom,” by Mark M. Smith, 381–91

Geyer, Dona, trans., Kennedy in Berlin, revd., 919–20

Ghamari-Tabrizi, Sharon, The Worlds of Herman Kahn, revd., 584–85

Ghost Dances and Identity, by Smoak, revd., 562–63

Giamo, Benedict, revs., 285–86

Gienow-Hecht, Jessica C. E., “What Bandwagon? Diplomatic History Today,” 1083–86; Decentering America, revd., 1238–39

Giggie, John M., After Redemption, revd., 873–74

The Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History, Web site, revd., 1256–58

Gildrie, Richard P., revs., 502–3

Gilfoyle, Timothy J., coauth., The Flash Press, revd., 1160–61

Gillespie, Michele, coed., Pious Pursuits, revd., 501–2

Giorcelli, Cristina, coed., Margaret Fuller, revd., 1142–43

Glasrud, Bruce A., coed., Black Women in Texas History, revd., 1158–59

Glatthaar, Joseph T., General Lee’s Army, revd., 1177–78

Gleeson, David, revs., 547

Go, Julian, American Empire and the Politics of Meaning, revd., 1188–89

God and Gold, by Mead, revd., 175

Goda, Norman J. W., revs., 258–59

God’s Ambassadors, by Holifield, revd., 809–10

Goeser, Caroline, Picturing the New Negro, revd., 237–38

Going It Alone, by Danbom, revd., 1216

Goldfield, David, revs., 555

Goldman, Roger L., revs., 929

Goldstein, Steven, revs., 595–96

Goluboff, Risa L., The Lost Promise of Civil Rights, revd., 897

Gomery, Douglas, revs., 887–88

Gûmez, Laura E., Manifest Destinies, revd., 840–41

Gonzales-Day, Ken, revs., 1159–60

Gonzalez [Maldonado], Michelle A., revs., 277–78

Gordis, Lisa M., revs., 507–8

Gordon, Beverly, revs., 1161–62

Gordon, Ian, revs., 246–47

Gordon-Reed, Annette, revs., 226–27

Gore, Dayo F., revs., 215–16

Gough, Barry, revs., 564

Gould, Lewis L., Four Hats in the Ring, revd., 1199–1200

Governing Spirits, by Román, revd., 563–64

Goyens, Tom, Beer and Revolution, revd., 574

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Granieri, Ronald J., revs., 919–20

Grant, Colin, Negro with a Hat, revd., 1190–91

Grant, Susan-Mary, revs., 541–42

Grëser, Marcus, “World History in a Nation-State: The Transnational Disposition in Historical Writing in the United States,” 1038–52

Grasso, Christopher, “Deist Monster On Religious Common Sense in the Wake of the American Revolution,” 43–68; “Nothing Says ‘Democracy’ Like a Visit from the Queen: Reflections on Empire and Nation in Early American Histories,” 764–81; communication from, 1261–62

Graves, Dianne, In the Midst of Alarms, revd., 522–23

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Graybill, Andrew R., Policing the Great Plains, revd., 553–54; revs., 863–64

The Great Awakening, by Kidd, revd., 503–4

The Great Experiment, by Talbott, revd., 279

The Great Plains during World War II, by Hurt, revd., 1217–18

The Great Strikes of 1877, ed. by Stowell, revd., 1181–82

The Great Tradition, by Brundage and Cosgrove, revd., 564–65

The Great War and America, by Ford, revd., 1203–4

Green, Elna C., “Relief from Relief: The Tampa Sewing-Room Strike of 1937 and the Right to Welfare,” 1012–37

Green, Jay D., revs., 890–91

Greene, Christina R., revs., 240–41

Greene, Jerome A., Stricken Field, revd., 1180–81

Greenwald, Maurine W., revs., 1197–98

Greenwald, Richard A., revs., 243

Greiner, Bernd, Krieg ohne Fronten (War without a front), revd., 1245–46

Grenier, John, The Far Reaches of Empire, revd., 1137–38

Griffin, Patrick, American Leviathan, revd., 187–88; revs., 510–11

Griffin, Stephen M., revs., 564–65

Griffith, R. Marie, “The Religious Encounters of Alfred C. Kinsey,” 349–77

Grodzins, Dean, revs., 859–60

Gronowicz, Anthony, revs., 196–97

Gross, Neil, Richard Rorty, revd., 1230–31

Groves, Jeffrey D., coed., A History of the Book in America, vol. 3, revd., 843–44

Guarding Life’s Dark Secrets, by Friedman, revd., 536–37

Guelzo, Allen C., Lincoln and Douglas, revd., 540–41

Gustafson, Kristian, Hostile Intent, revd., 921–22

Guterl, Matthew Pratt, coed., Race, Nation, & Empire in American History, revd., 493–94

Guyatt, Nicholas, “‘The Outskirts of Our Happiness’: Race and the Lure of Colonization in the Early Republic,” 986–1011; Providence and the Invention of the United States, 1607–1876, revd., 177–78

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Hackel, Heidi Brayman, coed., Reading Women, revd., 508–9

Hacsi, Timothy A., revs., 884

Hadden, Sally E., revs., 951–52

Hale, Matthew Rainbow, revs., 186

Hall, Thomas D., revs., 1147–48

Halpern, Martin, revs., 587–88

Hamblin, Jacob Darwin, Poison in the Well, revd., 1239–40

Hamilton, Phillip, revs., 1152–53

Hamm, Richard F., revs., 1176

Hammond, John Craig, Slavery, Freedom, and Expansion in the Early American West, revd., 1157–58

Hampf, M. Michaela, revs., 1221

Handy-Marchello, Barbara, revs., 569–70

Haney, David Paul, The Americanization of Social Science, revd., 907–8

Hangen, Tona J., revs., 245–46, 288

A Hard Journey, by Lorence, revd., 250

A Hard Rain Fell, by Barber, revd., 1241–42

Hard Road West, by Meldahl, revd., 528

Hariman, Robert, revs., 1229–30

Harlem Crossroads, by Blair, revd., 238–39

Harriet Tubman, by Sernett, revd., 1169–70

Harriet Wilson’s New England, ed. by Boggis, Raimon, and White, revd., 525–26

Harris, William C., revs., 549–50

Harrold, Stanley, revs., 542–43

Harry A. Blackmun, by Yarbrough, revd., 929

Hartgrove, J. Dane, revs., 187

Hartman, Andrew, Education and the Cold War, revd., 908–9

Harvey, Paul, revs., 176

Harvey, Tamara, revs., 1143–44

Haskell, Harry, Boss-Busters and Sin Hounds, revd., 881–82

Hass, Kristin, revs., 1225–26

Hastings, Max, Retribution, revd., 1220

Havard, Gilles, coauth., Histoire de l’Amèrique francaise (History of French America), revd., 497–98

Hawes, Joseph M., revs., 197

Hawley, Joshua David, Theodore Roosevelt, revd., 1187–88

Hayashi, Brian Masaru, revs., 256–57

Haydu, Jeffrey, Citizen Employers, revd., 1180

Haynes, John Earl, revs., 576–77

“The Hazards of the Flush Times: Gambling, Mob Violence, and the Anxieties of America’s Market Revolution,” by Joshua D. Rothman, 651–77

Head, William, revs., 615–16

The Head in Edward Nugent’s Hand, by Oberg, revd., 811–12

Heading West, Web site, revd., 621–22

Heale, M. J., revs., 933

Healy, David, coauth., Shock Therapy, revd., 1212–13

“Hearing American History,” by Richard Cullen Rath, 417–31

Heasley, Lynne, revs., 254–55

Hèctor P. Garcìa, by Kells, revd., 272

Hegarty, Marilyn E., Victory Girls, Khaki-Wackies, and Patriotutes, revd., 1221

Hemispheric American Studies, ed. by Levander and Levine, revd., 279–80

Hemphill, C. Dallett, revs., 197–98

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Henry, Charles P., Long Overdue, revd., 612–13

Hepburn, Sharon A. Roger, Crossing the Border, revd., 205

Herman, Ellen, revs., 531–32

Hernández-Ehrisman, Laura, Inventing the Fiesta City, revd., 558–59

Herring, Scott, Queering the Underworld, revd., 883–84

Hersch, Charles, Subversive Sounds, revd., 1184–85; revs., 872–73

Hershberg, Eric, revs., 279–80

Hewitt, William L., revs., 560–61

Heywood, Linda M., coauth., Central Africans, Atlantic Creoles, and the Foundation of the Americas, 1585–1660, revd., 1128–29

High, Steven, coauth., Corporate Wasteland, revd., 614

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Hills, Jill, Telecommunications and Empire, revd., 898–899

Hinsley, Curtis M., Jr., revs., 872

Hip-Hop Revolution, by Ogbar, revd., 613–14

Hirsch, Susan Eleanor, revs., 804–7

Histoire de l’Amèrique francaise (History of French America), by Havard and Vidal, revd., 497–98

Historical Memories of the Japanese American Internment and the Struggle for Redress, by Murray, revd., 1221–22

The History of Discrimination in U.S. Education, ed. by Tamura, revd., 1194–95

A History of the Book in America, vol. 3, ed. by Casper, Groves, Nissenbaum, and Winship, revd., 843–44

Hixson, Walter L., The Myth of American Diplomacy, revd., 828; revs., 947–49

Hodgson, Godfrey, revs., 274–75

Hoff, Joan, A Faustian Foreign Policy from Woodrow Wilson to George W. Bush, revd., 1205

Hoffbeck, Steven R., revs., 618–19

Hoffer, Peter Charles, coauth., The Supreme Court, revd., 826–27

Hoffer, Williamjames Hull, To Enlarge the Machinery of Government, revd., 210–11; The Supreme Court, revd., 826–27

Hoffert, Sylvia D., revs., 538

Hoffman, Paul E., revs., 496–97

Hoffnung-Garskof, Jesse, A Tale of Two Cities, revd., 1232–33

Hogan, Wesley, revs., 1241–42

Hoganson, Kristin, “Hop off the Bandwagon! It’s a Mass Movement, Not a Parade,” 1087–91; revs., 220–21

Hohenstein, Kurt, Coining Corruption, revd., 219–20

Holifield, E. Brooks, God’s Ambassadors, revd., 809–10

Holland, Matthew S., Bonds of Affection, revd., 507

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Hollywood in the Neighborhood, ed. by Fuller-Seeley, revd., 886–87

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Murray, Alice Yang, Historical Memories of the Japanese American Internment and the Struggle for Redress, revd., 1221–22

Murray, John E., Origins of American Health Insurance, revd., 249

Museo Alameda, exhibition, revd., 149–55

Musser, Charles, revs., 1207–8

Myers, John L., Senator Henry Wilson and the Civil War, revd., 853–54

Mysteries of Sex, by Ryan, revd., 1130

The Myth of American Diplomacy, by Hixson, revd., 828

The Myth of the Eastern Front, by Smelser and Davies, revd., 903–4

Myth of the Hanging Tree, by Tûrrez, revd., 1159–60

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Nacos, Brigitte L., revs., 891–92

Nadel, Alan, revs., 286–87

Nadel, Stanley, revs., 842–43

Nagy, John A., Rebellion in the Ranks, revd., 819–20

Nasaw, David, revs., 1201

Nash, Ilana, revs., 300–301

The Natchez Indians, by Barnett, revd., 1126–27

Nation Building in South Korea, by Brazinsky, revd., 268–69

A Nation of Counterfeiters, by Mihm, revd., 195–96

nato 1948, by Kaplan, revd., 261–62

Nature’s New Deal, by Maher, revd., 253–54

Nazi pows in the Tar Heel State, by Billinger, revd., 1219–20

Neale, Steve, coed., “Un-American” Hollywood, revd., 591–92

Neely, Mark E., Jr., The Civil War and the Limits of Destruction, revd., 546–47

Negotiating with the Enemy, by Xia, revd., 595–96

Negro with a Hat, by Grant, revd., 1190–91

Neiberg, Michael S., revs., 1202–3

Nelson, Anna K., revs., 906

Nelson, Larry L., revs., 522–23

Nemanic, Mary Lou, One Day for Democracy, revd., 224–25; communication from, 957

Networked Machinists, by Meyer, revd., 206–7

Neuhaus, Jessamyn, revs., 221–22

Neve, Brian, coed., “Un-American” Hollywood, revd., 591–92

Nevels, Cynthia Skove, Lynching to Belong, revd., 552–53

New Territories, New Perspectives, ed. by Callahan, revd., 1150

Newark, by Mumford, revd., 276–77

Newman, Louise Michele, revs., 602–3

Nexus, by Winkler, revd., 1206

Nichols, David A., A Matter of Justice, revd., 266–67

Niedermeier, Lynn E., Eliza Calvert Hall, revd., 213

Nissenbaum, Stephen W., coed., A History of the Book in America, vol. 3, revd., 843–44

Nixon in the World, ed. by Logevall and Preston, revd., 926–28

No Settlement, No Conquest, by Flint, revd., 1127–28

Noakes, John, revs., 219

Noer, Thomas J., Soapy, revd., 587–88

Nolt, Steven M., coauth., Mennonites, Amish, and the American Civil War, revd., 855

North American Indians in the Great War, by Krouse, revd., 575–76

“The Nose Knows: The Sense of Smell in American History,” by Connie Y. Chiang, 405–16

“Nothing Says ‘Democracy’ Like a Visit from the Queen: Reflections on Empire and Nation in Early American Histories,” by Christopher Grasso and Karin Wulf, 764–81

Nuclear Implosions, by Pope, revd., 1234–35

Nwokeji, G. Ugo, revs., 1155–56

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Oakes, James, The Radical and the Republican, revd., 542–43

Oberg, Michael Leroy, The Head in Edward Nugent’s Hand, revd., 811–12

O’Brien, Michael, revs., 835–36

O’Donnell, James H., III, revs., 495–96

Ogbar, Jeffrey O. G., Hip-Hop Revolution, revd., 613–14; revs., 923–24

Ogilvie, Marilyn, revs., 1162–63

Old Hickory’s Nephew, by Cheathem, revd., 208–9

Olegario, Rowena, revs., 1140

Olivas, J. Richard, revs., 503–4

Oliver, Lawrence J., revs., 1187–88

Olmanson, Eric D., The Future City on the Inland Sea, revd., 178–79

The Olmsted National Historic Site and the Growth of Historic Landscape Preservation, by Allen, revd., 1183–84

Olwell, Robert, revs., 849–50

O’Mara, Margaret Pugh, revs., 265

On Speed, by Rasmussen, revd., 1211–12

“On the Limits of Thomas Zeiler’s Historiographical Triumphalism,” by Mario Del Pero, 1079–82

On Zion’s Mount, by Farmer, revd., 1156–57

One Day for Democracy, by Nemanic, revd., 224–25

One Nation under Debt, by Wright, revd., 827

Originalism, Federalism, and the American Constitutional Enterprise, by Purcell, revd., 519

Origins of American Health Insurance, by Murray, revd., 249

The Origins of Christian Anti-Internationalism, by Ruotsila, revd., 1206–7

The Origins of Proslavery Christianity, by Irons, revd., 1136

“Origins of the Conservative Ascendancy: Barry Goldwater’s Early Senate Career and the De-legitimization of Organized Labor,” by Elizabeth Tandy Shermer, 678–709

Orosco, Josè-Antonio, Cesar Chavez and the Common Sense of Nonviolence, revd., 1242–43

Ortquist, Richard T., revs., 899

Ostler, Jeffrey, revs., 1148–49

Ostrowski, Carl, revs., 183–84

Oswald’s Ghost, movie, revd., 291–93

O’Toole, James M., The Faithful, revd., 1134–35

Otter, Samuel, coed., Frederick Douglass and Herman Melville, revd., 1171

Ouellet, Nelson, revs., 889–90

Our Daily Bread, by Mann, revd., 244

Our Man in Mexico, by Morley, revd., 920–21

Our Present Complaint, by Rosenberg, revd., 616–17

“‘The Outskirts of Our Happiness’: Race and the Lure of Colonization in the Early Republic,” by Nicholas Guyatt, 986–1011

Overfield, Richard A., revs., 869–70

Owens, Kenneth N., revs., 861–62

Owens, Robert M., Mr. Jefferson’s Hammer, revd., 194–95

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Packer, Jeremy, Mobility without Mayhem, revd., 1230

Pagan, John Ruston, revs., 179–80

Painter, Nell Irvin, “Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Saxons,” 977–85

Palmer, Bryan D., James P. Cannon and the Origins of the American Revolutionary Left, 1890–1928, revd., 218–19

Paludan, Phillip Shaw, ed., Lincoln’s Legacy, revd., 549–50

Papers of George Washington Digital Edition, Web site, revd., 296–98

Parezo, Nancy J., coauth., Anthropology Goes to the Fair, revd., 231–32

Parker, Alison M., revs., 200–201

Parker, Jason C., Brother’s Keeper, revd., 897–98

Parsons, Patrick R., Blue Skies, revd., 932–33

Party, Process, and Political Change in Congress, vol. 2, ed. by Brady and McCubbins, revd., 192–93

Paskoff, Paul F., Troubled Waters, revd., 844–45

Passion and Preferences, by Bensel, revd., 1186–87

Passion Is the Gale, by Eustace, revd., 1144–45

Passionately Human, No Less Divine, by Best, revd., 890–91

Pastorello, Karen, A Power among Them, revd., 1197–98

Path of Empire, by McGuinness, revd., 529

Pattillo, Mary, Black on the Block, revd., 924–25

Pauly, Philip J., Fruits and Plains, revd., 1139–40

Payne, Rodger M., coed., Southern Crossroads, revd., 847–48

Pearlman, Michael D., Truman and MacArthur, revd., 1237–38

Pearson, Ellen, revs., 298

Pecknold, Diane, The Selling Sound, revd., 592–93

Pencak, William, Jews and Gentiles in Early America, 1654–1800, revd., 813–14

Penney, Sherry H., revs., 534–35

Perdue, Susan Holbrook, revs., 296–98

Peretti, Burton W., revs., 1184–85

Performing Patriotism, by Shaffer, revd., 504–5

The Perils of Peace, by Fleming, revd., 189–90

Perkins, Edwin J., revs., 816–17

Perlinger Archives, Web site, revd., 300–301

Pete Seeger, movie, revd., 291

Peters, Shawn Francis, When Prayer Fails, revd., 848–49; revs., 833

Petit, Jeanne D., revs., 837–38

Petrick, Gabriella M., “In Good Taste: Rethinking American History with Our Palates,” 392–404

Petroski, Henry, The Toothpick, revd., 527–28

Pettegrew, John, Brutes in Suits, revd., 230–31; revs., 1230–31

Petty, Leslie Ellen, revs., 1154–55

Pharo, Helge, revs., 1245

Philadelphia Divided, by Wolfinger, revd., 896

Phillips, Jason, Diehard Rebels, revd., 547–48

Phillips, Sarah T., This Land, This Nation, revd., 254–55

Photographic Memories, by Kroes, revd., 1229–30

Phyllis Schlafly and Grassroots Conservatism, by Critchlow, revd., 1236–37

Pickenpaugh, Roger, Camp Chase and the Evolution of Union Prison Policy, revd., 548–49

Picturing the New Negro, by Goeser, revd., 237–38

Pierce, Michael, revs., 794–98

Pierson Doti, Lynne, revs., 524

The Pilgrim and the Bee, by Brown, revd., 507–8

Pineo, Ronn, Ecuador and the United States, revd., 596–97

Pinn, Anthony B., revs., 571–72

Pinsker, Matthew, revs., 543–44

Pious Pursuits, ed. by Gillespie and Beachy, revd., 501–2

Pitre, Merline, coed., Black Women in Texas History, revd., 1158–59

Plowed Under, by Duffin, revd., 877

Poison in the Well, by Hamblin, revd., 1239–40

Policing the Great Plains, by Graybill, revd., 553–54

Polis Is This, movie, revd., 294–95

“Politics and Foreign Relations,” by Fredrik Logevall, 1074–78

The Politics of Inequality, by Thompson, revd., 520–21

Poole, William Scott, revs., 1194

Pope, Daniel, Nuclear Implosions, revd., 1234–35

Popular Ideologies, by Smulyan, revd., 246–47

Possessing the Pacific, by Banner, revd., 861–62

Potamianos, George, revs., 885–86

A Power among Them, by Pastorello, revd., 1197–98

Powers, Richard Gid, revs., 586–87

Poyo, Gerald E., Cuban Catholics in the United States, 1960–1980, revd., 277–78; revs., 563–64

Preaching Politics, by Mahaffey, revd., 818–19

Prescott, Heather Munro, Student Bodies, revd., 532–33

President Lincoln, by Miller, revd., 851–52

Preston, Andrew, coed., Nixon in the World, revd., 926–28

Price, Jay, revs., 163–65

Prichard, James M., revs., 838–39

Prodigal Daughters, by Rust, revd., 1143–44

Producing Fashion, ed. by Blaszczyk, revd., 1244–45

The Promise Fulfilled, by Lovoll, revd., 618–19

Providence and the Invention of the United States, 1607–1876, by Guyatt, revd., 177–78

Purcell, Edward A., Jr., Originalism, Federalism, and the American Constitutional Enterprise, revd., 519; revs., 250–51

Pursell, Carroll, Technology in Postwar America, revd., 265

Putman, John C., Class and Gender Politics in Progressive-Era Seattle, revd., 893–94

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Queering the Underworld, by Herring, revd., 883–84

Quinn, Eithne, revs., 613–14

Quiroz, Anthony, revs., 839–40

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Rable, George C., revs., 808–9

Rabushka, Alvin, Taxation in Colonial America, revd., 816–17

RACE, exhibition, revd., 163–65

Race, Nation, & Empire in American History, ed. by Campbell, Guterl, and Lee, revd., 493–94

Race and the Cherokee Nation, by Yarbrough, revd., 860–61

The Radical and the Republican, by Oakes, revd., 542–43

Radical Sisters, by Valk, revd., 602–3

Radicalism in the Mountain West, 1890–1920, by Berman, revd., 876–77

Raeburn, John, revs., 944–46

Raimon, Eve Allegra, coed., Harriet Wilson’s New England, revd., 525–26; revs., 949–50

Raising Freedom’s Child, by Mitchell, revd., 1170

Ralph, James R., Jr., revs., 606–7

Ralph Ellison, by Rampersad, revd., 237

“Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Saxons,” by Nell Irvin Painter, 977–85

Ramìrez, Susan E., revs., 1150–51

Ramos, Raúl A., Beyond the Alamo, revd., 839–40

Rampersad, Arnold, Ralph Ellison, revd., 237

Ramsey, Sonya, Reading, Writing, and Segregation, revd., 1179–80

Ramsey, William L., The Yamasee War, revd., 1138–39; revs., 181

Rand, Jacki Thompson, Kiowa Humanity and the Invasion of the State, revd., 1165–66

Ranlet, Philip, revs., 802–4

Raphael-Hernandez, Heike, revs., 590–91

Rasmussen, Nicolas, On Speed, revd., 1211–12

Rath, Richard Cullen, “Hearing American History,” 417–31

Ray, Angela G., revs., 829–30

Ray, Kristofer, Middle Tennessee, 1775–1825, revd., 513

Raymond, C. Elizabeth, revs., 178–79

Reading, Writing, and Segregation, by Ramsey, revd., 1179–80

Reading Women, ed. by Hackel and Kelly, revd., 508–9

Reagan, Leslie J., coed., Medicine’s Moving Pictures, revd., 584

Reagan at Bergen-Belsen and Bitburg, by Jensen, revd., 933

Real-World Nuclear Deterrence, by Coleman and Siracusa, revd., 609

Rebel Giants, by Contosta, revd., 1173–74

Rebellion in the Ranks, by Nagy, revd., 819–20

Rebels Rising, by Carp, revd., 1145–46

Recasting Race after World War II, by Schroer, revd., 590–91

“Reconfiguring the Old South: ‘Solving’ the Problem of Slavery, 1787–1838,” by Lacy Ford, 95–122

Red Chicago, by Storch, revd., 576–77

Red Land, Red Power, by Teuton, revd., 1247–48

Redacted, movie, revd., 284–85

Redinger, Matthew A., revs., 1240–41

Rediscovering Jacob Riis, by Yochelson and Czitrom, revd., 868–69

Reichard, Gary Warren, revs., 1237–38

Reid, John G., revs., 1133–34

Reid, Michael, Forgotten Continent, revd., 930

Reid, Richard M., Freedom for Themselves, revd., 855–56

Reidy, Joseph P., revs., 1163–64

Reinhardt, Akim D., revs., 512

Reinhartz, Dennis, revs., 1127–28

Reisler, Mark, revs., 894–95

“Relief from Relief: The Tampa Sewing-Room Strike of 1937 and the Right to Welfare,” by Elna C. Green, 1012–37

Religion in American Politics, by Lambert, revd., 810–11

“The Religious Encounters of Alfred C. Kinsey,” by R. Marie Griffith, 349–77

Remini, Robert V., The House, revd., 193

Rennella, Mark, The Boston Cosmopolitans, revd., 870–71

Representations of Slave Women in Discourses on Slavery and Abolition, 1780–1838, by Altink, revd., 203–4

The Republic in Print, by Loughran, revd., 183–84

A Republic in Time, by Allen, revd., 834–35

Resch, John, revs., 819–20

Reschly, Steven D., revs., 551–52

Resèndez, Andrès, A Land So Strange, revd., 496–97

“Rethinking a Curricular ‘Muddle in the Middle’: Revising the Undergraduate History Major at Western Michigan University,” by Linda J. Borish, Mitch Kachun, and Cheryl Lyon-Jenness, 1102–13

Retribution, by Hastings, revd., 1220

The Return of the Native, by Earle, revd., 1150–51

The Revival of Labor Liberalism, by Battista, revd., 1251–52

Reynolds, David, Summits, revd., 580–81

Reynolds, Donald E., Texas Terror, revd., 539–40

Rhoden, Nancy L., ed., English Atlantics Revisited, revd., 500–501

Rhodes, Jane, Framing the Black Panthers, revd., 610–11

Rhodes, Richard, Arsenals of Folly, revd., 264

Richard Rorty, by Gross, revd., 1230–31

Richardson, David, revs., 1130–31

A Rift in the Clouds, by Aucoin, revd., 565–66

Righteous Warrior, by Link, revd., 915–16

Rightward Bound, ed. by Schulman and Zelizer, revd., 928–29

Riordan, Liam, Many Identities, One Nation, revd., 186; revs., 1144–45

Ritchie, Donald A., Electing fdr, revd., 899; revs., 579–80, 625

Ritterhouse, Jennifer, revs., 1170

The Road to Dallas, by Kaiser, revd., 920–21

Roanoke, Virginia, 1882–1912, by Dotson, revd., 555

Robert Altman’s McCabe & Mrs. Miller, by Self, revd., 270–72

Robert E. Sherwood, by Alonso, revd., 888–89

Robert F. Kennedy and the 1968 Indiana Primary, by Boomhower, revd., 1249

Roberts, Rita, revs., 856–57

Robertson, Henry O., “In the Habit of Acting Together,” revd., 838

Robertson, Nancy Marie, Christian Sisterhood, Race Relations, and the ywca, 1906–46, revd., 1196

Robins, Robert S., revs., 617–18

Robinson, Cedric J., Forgeries of Memory and Meaning, revd., 889

Robinson, Edward J., Show Us How You Do It, revd., 1201–2

Robinson, Jo Ann O., revs., 925–26

Rodgers, Marion Elizabeth, Mencken, revd., 247–48

Rodriguez, Clara, revs., 298–99

Rodriguez, Marc Simon, revs., 1232–33

Roland, Alex, coauth., The Way of the Ship, revd., 494–95

Rolinson, Mary G., revs., 1190–91

Román, Reinaldo L., Governing Spirits, revd., 563–64

The Ronald Reagon Presidential Library and Museum, exhibition, revd., 786–92

Rondûn, Cèsar Miguel, The Book of Salsa, revd., 926

Root, Erik S., All Honor to Jefferson?, revd., 1152–53

Rosalynn Carter, by Kaufman, revd., 931–32

Rosen, Deborah A., American Indians and State Law, revd., 518–19

Rosenberg, Charles E., Our Present Complaint, revd., 616–17

Roth, Benita, revs., 603–4

Roth, Sarah N., revs., 203–4

Rothman, Joshua D., “The Hazards of the Flush Times: Gambling, Mob Violence, and the Anxieties of America’s Market Revolution,” 651–77

Rowley, William D., revs., 621–22

Rozario, Kevin, The Culture of Calamity, revd., 176–77

Rubin, Joan Shelley, revs., 1225

Ruffin, J. Rixey, revs., 1141–42

Ruiz, Vicki L., coed., Memories and Migrations, revd., 894–95

Ruotsila, Markku, The Origins of Christian Anti-Internationalism, revd., 1206–7

Rust, Marion, Prodigal Daughters, revd., 1143–44

Ruth, David E., revs., 578–79

Ryan, Mary P., Mysteries of Sex, revd., 1130

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Sacco and Vanzetti, by Watson, revd., 1209–10

Sacher, John M., revs., 208–9

Sacred Claims, by Johnson, revd., 933–34

Safehaven, by Lorenz-Meyer, revd., 258–59

Saito, Natsu Taylor, From Chinese Exclusion to Guantánamo Bay, revd., 226–27

Salstrom, Paul, From Pioneering to Persevering, revd., 207–8

Salt Warriors, by Cool, revd., 863–64

Samson, Miles David, revs., 871–72

Samuel, Lawrence R., The End of the Innocence, revd., 604–5

San Francisco’s International Hotel, by Habal, revd., 1250–51

Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps, Utah, Web site, revd., 622–24

Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps for Georgia Towns and Cities, 1884–1922, Web site, revd., 622–24

Sanborn Fire Insurance Maps of South Carolina, Web site, revd., 622–24

Sanders, M. Elizabeth, revs., 594–95

Sanders, Randy, revs., 273–74

Sandoval-Strausz, A. K., Hotel, revd., 523–24

Sanneh, Lamin, revs., 1189

Sarah Johnson’s Mount Vernon, by Casper, revd., 822

Sartain, Lee, Invisible Activists, revd., 240–41

Saunt, Claudio, Black, White, and Indian, revd., 560–61

Savagian, John C., “Toward a Coherent Curriculum: Teaching and Learning History at Alverno College,” 1114–24

Saving Sickly Children, by Connolly, revd., 1189–90

Saxe, Robert, revs., 1228–29

Sayre, Gordon, revs., 524–25

Schalick, Walton O., III revs., 165–71

Scharnhorst, Gary, Kate Field, revd., 1172–73

Schmitz, David F., revs., 930–31

Schneider, Dorothee, revs., 242–43

Schneider, Gregory L., revs., 607–8

Schneller, Robert J., Jr., Blue and Gold and Black, revd., 925–26

Schoenwald, Jonathan, revs., 278

Schonhardt-Bailey, Cheryl, revs., 175

School Lunch Politics, by Levine, revd., 1200

Schrank, Sarah, revs., 841–42

Schroer, Timothy L., Recasting Race after World War II, revd., 590–91

Schulman, Bruce J., coed., Rightward Bound, revd., 928–29

Schultz, Jack M., revs., 209–10

Schwain, Kristin, Signs of Grace, revd., 1182–83

Schwartz, Vanessa R., It’s So French!, revd., 911–12

Scottish Highlanders and Native Americans, by Szasz, revd., 510–11

Scull, Andrew T., revs., 1212–13

Sculle, Keith A., coauth., Motoring, revd., 877–78

Searching Eyes, by Fairchild, Bayer, and Colgrove, collab. Wolfe, revd., 577–78

Seattle Civil Rights and Labor History Project, Web site, revd., 1259–60

See, Scott W., revs., 836–37

See Government Grow, by Davies, revd., 598

“Seeing the Visual in U.S. History,” by James W. Cook, 432–41

Seidman, Sarah, revs., 171–74

Seizing Destiny, by Kluger, revd., 187

Self, Robert T., Robert Altman’s McCabe & Mrs. Miller, revd., 270–72

Seligman, Amanda Irene, revs., 924–25

The Selling Sound, by Pecknold, revd., 592–93

The Seminole Freedmen, by Mulroy, revd., 514–15

Senator Henry Wilson and the Civil War, by Myers, revd., 853–54

Senator Sam Ervin, Last of the Founding Fathers, by Campbell, revd., 606–7

Seneca Falls and the Origins of the Women’s Rights Movement, by McMillen, revd., 534–35

Sensing the Past, by Smith, revd., 1129–30

Separate Peoples, One Land, by Cumfer, revd., 513–14

September Dawn, movie, revd., 288

Sernett, Milton C., Harriet Tubman, revd., 1169–70

Setran, David P., The College “Y,” revd., 229–30

1704 Colonial Encampment Weekend, exhibition, revd., 799–802

Shade, William G., revs., 1169–70

Shaffer, Donald R., revs., 855–56

Shaffer, Jason, Performing Patriotism, revd., 504–5

Shaw, Barton C., coed., Making a New South, revd., 214–15

Shaw, Tony, Hollywood’s Cold War, revd., 912

Sheehan-Dean, Aaron, Why Confederates Fought, revd., 547; revs., 952–53

Shermer, Elizabeth Tandy, “Origins of the Conservative Ascendancy: Barry Goldwater’s Early Senate Career and the De-legitimization of Organized Labor,” 678–709

Sherrer, John M. III, revs., 622–24

Sherry, Michael S., Gay Artists in Modern American Culture, revd., 912–13

Sheumaker, Helen, Love Entwined, revd., 197–98

The Shifting Grounds of Race, by Kurashige, revd., 909–10

Shock Therapy, by Shorter and Healy, revd., 1212–13

Shorter, Edward, coauth., Shock Therapy, revd., 1212–13

Shortridge, James R., revs., 207–8

Show Us How You Do It, by Robinson, revd., 1201–2

Sidbury, James, Becoming African in America, revd., 201–2

Siemens, Daniel, Metropole und Verbrechen (The city and crime), revd., 891–92

Sigelman, Lee, coauth., Attack Politics, revd., 914–15

Signs of Grace, by Schwain, revd., 1182–83

Simeone, James, revs., 1157–58

Simmons, Jerold L., revs., 583

Simpson, Christopher, revs., 898–899

Sin in the City, by Joiner, revd., 228–29

Sinha, Manisha, coed., Contested Democracy, revd., 202–3

Siracusa, Joseph M., coauth., Real-World Nuclear Deterrence, revd., 609; revs., 262–63

Sister Aimee, movie, revd., 293–94

The Sixties Unplugged, by DeGroot, revd., 917–18

Sklaroff, Lauren Rebecca, revs., 889

Skok, Deborah A., More than Neighbors, revd., 225–26

A Slave No More, by Blight, revd., 526–27

Slavery, Freedom, and Expansion in the Early American West, by Hammond, revd., 1157–58

Slinging Doughnuts for the Boys, by Madison, revd., 589–90

Small, Melvin, revs., 926–28

Smallwood, James M., The Feud That Wasn’t, revd., 862–63

Smelser, Ronald, coauth., The Myth of the Eastern Front, revd., 903–4

Smethurst, Richard J., revs., 589

Smith, Adam I. P., revs., 529–30

Smith, Catherine Parsons, Making Music in Los Angeles, revd., 223

Smith, Erin A., revs., 1213–14

Smith, F. Todd, coauth., Colonial Natchitoches, revd., 517–18

Smith, Jean Edward, fdr, revd., 251–52

Smith, John David, revs., 854–55

Smith, Katharine Capshaw, revs., 238–39

Smith, Mark M., “Still Coming to ‘Our’ Senses,” 378–80; “Getting in Touch with Slavery and Freedom,” 381–91; revd., 1129–30

Smith, Sherry L., revs., 575–76

Smoak, Gregory E., Ghost Dances and Identity, revd., 562–63

Smulyan, Susan, Popular Ideologies, revd., 246–47

Snay, Mitchell, Fenians, Freedmen, and Southern Whites, revd., 216–17; revs., 1175–76

Sneh, Itai Nartzizenfield, The Future Almost Arrived, revd., 930–31

Sneider, Allison L., Suffragists in an Imperial Age, revd., 866

Snyder, Christina, revs., 1138–39

Snyder, David J., revs., 902–3

Snyder, Terri L., revs., 892–93

Soapy, by Noer, revd., 587–88

The Social Contract in America, by Hulliung, revd., 185–86

Soffer, Jonathan, revs., 928–29

Soft Power and Its Perils, by Matsuda, revd., 260

Sokol, Jason, revs., 1248–49

Some Family, by Akenson, revd., 600–601

A Soul on Trial, by Cutler, revd., 566–67

Southern Crossroads, ed. by Conser and Payne, revd., 847–48

A Southern Moderate in Radical Times, by Durham, revd., 1151–52

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