American Nineteenth Century History articles

Volume 16 (3)

Making Banks Fit for the People: Confidence, Democracy, and the Rise of Banking Alternatives in America, 1880–1914
vol. 16 (3): 307-328
The Memory of Slavery at Saint Louis University
vol. 16 (3): 329-350
Revolutionary Medicine: The Founding Fathers and Mothers in Sickness and in Health
vol. 16 (3): 351-352
The Maroons of Prospect Bluff and Their Quest for Freedom in the Atlantic World
vol. 16 (3): 353-354
Humboldt and Jefferson: A Transatlantic Friendship of the Enlightenment
vol. 16 (3): 354-356
South Pass: Gateway to a Continent
vol. 16 (3): 356-358
Confronting Slavery: Edward Coles and the Rise of Anti-Slavery Politics in Nineteenth-Century America
vol. 16 (3): 358-360
The Myth of Seneca Falls: Memory and the Women's Suffrage Movement, 1848–1898
vol. 16 (3): 360-362
Doctoring Freedom: The Politics of African American Medical Care in Slavery and Emancipation
vol. 16 (3): 362-363
Against Wind and Tide: The African American Struggle against the Colonization Movement
vol. 16 (3): 364-365
Lincoln's Dilemma: Blair, Sumner, and the Republican Struggle over Racism and Equality in the Civil War Era
vol. 16 (3): 366-367
America's Corporal: James Tanner in War and Peace
vol. 16 (3): 367-368
Stories of the South: Race and the Reconstruction of Southern Identity, 1865–1915
vol. 16 (3): 368-370
American Carnage: Wounded Knee, 1890
vol. 16 (3): 370-372
Grover Cleveland's New Foreign Policy: Arbitration, Neutrality, and the Dawn of American Empire
vol. 16 (3): 372-374
Books Reviewed
vol. 16 (3): 375-375

Volume 16 (2)

“Charcoal scribblings of the most rascally character”: conflict, identity, and testimony in American Civil War graffiti
vol. 16 (2): 111-127
“The true principles of government”: William Henry Harrison and the Whig counter-revolution
vol. 16 (2): 129-157
From abolitionists to fundamentalists: the transformation of the Wesleyan Methodists in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
vol. 16 (2): 159-191
The Character and Influence of Abolitionism: A Sermon that Gripped a Nation and Defined a Man
vol. 16 (2): 193-211
Being American in Europe, 1750–1850
vol. 16 (2): 213-215
Nation Builder: John Quincy Adams and the Grand Strategy of the Republic
vol. 16 (2): 215-216
The Market Preparation of Carolina Rice: An Illustrated History of Innovations in the Lowcountry Rice Kingdom
vol. 16 (2): 216-218
Memories of War: Visiting Battlegrounds and Bonefields in the Early American Republic
vol. 16 (2): 218-220
True Yankees: The South Seas and the Discovery of American Identity
vol. 16 (2): 220-222
Sex, Sickness, and Slavery: Illness in the Antebellum South
vol. 16 (2): 222-223
Gendered Resistance: Women, Slavery, and the Legacy of Margaret Garner
vol. 16 (2): 223-226
Liberty and Liberticide: The Role of America in Nineteenth-Century British Radicalism
vol. 16 (2): 226-228
Northern Men with Southern Loyalties: The Democratic Party and the Sectional Crisis
vol. 16 (2): 228-230
The Tie That Bound Us: The Women of John Brown's Family and the Legacy of Radical Abolitionism
vol. 16 (2): 230-232
The Green and the Gray: The Irish in the Confederate States of America
vol. 16 (2): 232-234
After Slavery: Race, Labor, and Citizenship in the Reconstruction South
vol. 16 (2): 234-236
A Foreign Kingdom: Mormons and Polygamy in American Political Culture, 1852–1890
vol. 16 (2): 236-238
World's Fairs in a Southern Accent: Atlanta, Nashville, and Charleston, 1895–1902
vol. 16 (2): 238-239
Books Reviewed
vol. 16 (2): 240-240

Volume 16 (1)

The Bicentennial of the War of 1812: Reconsidering the “Forgotten Conflict”
vol. 16 (1): 1-10
“There was something very peculiar about Doc…”: Deciphering Queer Intimacy in Representations of Doc Holliday
vol. 16 (1): 11-33
Race Always Mattered: Black-on-Black Mob Violence and Interracial Relations in Kansas
vol. 16 (1): 35-57
“Where I First Learned the Nature of Care”: Women and Violence on the Late Eighteenth-century Frontier
vol. 16 (1): 59-81
Creating Citizenship in the Nineteenth-Century South
vol. 16 (1): 83-85