American Nineteenth Century History articles

Volume 17 (3)

Beyond Freedom’s Reach: A Kidnapping in the Twilight of Slavery
vol. 17 (3): 351-353
The Age of Lincoln and Cavour: Comparative Perspectives on Nineteenth-Century American and Italian Nation-Building
vol. 17 (3): 353-354
The Age of Lincoln and Cavour: Comparative Perspectives on Nineteenth-Century American and Italian Nation-Building
vol. 17 (3): 353-354
The Smell of Battle, the Taste of the Siege: A Sensory History of the Civil War
vol. 17 (3): 354-355
The Smell of Battle, the Taste of the Siege: A Sensory History of the Civil War
vol. 17 (3): 354-355
Civil War Wests: Testing the Limits of the United States
vol. 17 (3): 355-357
Civil War Wests: Testing the Limits of the United States
vol. 17 (3): 355-357
Frontier Boosters: Port Townsend and the Culture of Development in the American West
vol. 17 (3): 357-358
Frontier Boosters: Port Townsend and the Culture of Development in the American West
vol. 17 (3): 357-358
Crisis of the Wasteful Nation: Empire and Conservation in Theodore Roosevelt’s America
vol. 17 (3): 358-360
Crisis of the Wasteful Nation: Empire and Conservation in Theodore Roosevelt’s America
vol. 17 (3): 358-360
Saving Faith: Making Religious Pluralism an American Value at the Dawn of the Secular Age
vol. 17 (3): 360-361
Saving Faith: Making Religious Pluralism an American Value at the Dawn of the Secular Age
vol. 17 (3): 360-361
Union Made: Working People and the Rise of Social Christianity in Chicago
vol. 17 (3): 362-363
Union Made: Working People and the Rise of Social Christianity in Chicago
vol. 17 (3): 362-363
The American Civil War in British Culture: Representations and Responses, 1870 to the Present
vol. 17 (3): 363-365
The American Civil War in British Culture: Representations and Responses, 1870 to the Present
vol. 17 (3): 363-365
To Make Men Free: A History of the Republican Party
vol. 17 (3): 365-366
To Make Men Free: A History of the Republican Party
vol. 17 (3): 365-366
Books Reviewed
vol. 17 (3): 367-367
Books Reviewed
vol. 17 (3): 367-367

Volume 17 (2)

Indigenous histories of the American South during the long nineteenth century
vol. 17 (2): 129-137
Indigenous histories of the American South during the long nineteenth century
vol. 17 (2): 129-137
“The Indians of every denomination were free, and independent of us”: Anglo-Virginian explorations of indigenous slavery, freedom, and society, 1772–1830
vol. 17 (2): 139-159
“The Indians of every denomination were free, and independent of us”: Anglo-Virginian explorations of indigenous slavery, freedom, and society, 1772–1830
vol. 17 (2): 139-159
Indian land sales and allotment in Antebellum Virginia: trustees, tribal agency, and the Nottoway reservation
vol. 17 (2): 161-180
Indian land sales and allotment in Antebellum Virginia: trustees, tribal agency, and the Nottoway reservation
vol. 17 (2): 161-180
Violence and the competition for sovereignty in Cherokee Country, 1829–1835
vol. 17 (2): 181-197
Violence and the competition for sovereignty in Cherokee Country, 1829–1835
vol. 17 (2): 181-197
Tribal “remnants” or state citizens: Mississippi Choctaws in the post-removal South
vol. 17 (2): 199-214
Tribal “remnants” or state citizens: Mississippi Choctaws in the post-removal South
vol. 17 (2): 199-214
Serving the Choctaw cause: Robert M. Jones, sovereignty, and pragmatic diplomacy during the American Civil War
vol. 17 (2): 215-233
Serving the Choctaw cause: Robert M. Jones, sovereignty, and pragmatic diplomacy during the American Civil War
vol. 17 (2): 215-233
A southern portrait by another kind of artist
vol. 17 (2): 235-239
A southern portrait by another kind of artist
vol. 17 (2): 235-239
Reflections on the long nineteenth century and Indian Removal
vol. 17 (2): 241-245
Reflections on the long nineteenth century and Indian Removal
vol. 17 (2): 241-245

Volume 17 (1)

“We knew no North, no South”: U.S.–Mexican War Veterans and the Construction of Public Memory in the Post-Civil War United States, 1874–1897
vol. 17 (1): 1-22
“The ideal home of the South”: The Robert E. Lee Camp Confederate soldiers' home and the institutionalization of Confederate veterans in Virginia
vol. 17 (1): 23-41
Forging African American Minds: Black Pragmatism, “intelligent labor,” and a new look at industrial education, 1879–1900
vol. 17 (1): 43-73