American Nineteenth Century History articles

Volume 17 (1)

Black Swan/White Raven: the racial politics of Elizabeth Greenfield’s American concert career, 1851–1855
vol. 17 (1): 75-102
The first U.S. history textbooks: constructing and disseminating the American tale in the nineteenth century
vol. 17 (1): 103-104
Era of Experimentation: American Political Practices in the Early Republic
vol. 17 (1): 104-106
The Ragged Road to Abolition: Slavery and Freedom in New Jersey, 1775–1865
vol. 17 (1): 106-108
South Carolina fire-eater: the life of Laurence Massillon Keitt, 1824–1864
vol. 17 (1): 108-109
Capitalism by gaslight: illuminating the economy of nineteenth-century America
vol. 17 (1): 109-111
The Business of Slavery and the Rise of American Capitalism, 1815–1860
vol. 17 (1): 111-113
Fanny Seward: A Life
vol. 17 (1): 113-114
1863: Lincoln's pivotal year
vol. 17 (1): 114-116
Through the Heart of Dixie: Sherman’s March and American Memory
vol. 17 (1): 116-118
Before the Movies: American Magic-Lantern Entertainment and the Nation’s First Great Screen Artist, Joseph Boggs Beale
vol. 17 (1): 118-119
The Enigmatic South: Toward Civil War and its Legacies
vol. 17 (1): 119-121
Battle Lines: A Graphic History of the Civil War
vol. 17 (1): 121-123
Llewellyn Castle: A Worker’s Cooperative on the Great Plains
vol. 17 (1): 123-124
Heir to the Empire City: New York and the making of Theodore Roosevelt
vol. 17 (1): 124-126
Books Reviewed
vol. 17 (1): 127-127

Volume 16 (3)

“Half Bacchanalian, Half Devout”: White Intellectuals, Black Folk Culture, and the “Negro Problem”
vol. 16 (3): 241-267
Cities are Alive with the Sound of Music: Saengerfest and the Transformation of Urban Public Music in Nineteenth-century America
vol. 16 (3): 269-296
Parade's End: A Sesquicentennial Snapshot of Civil War Soldiers, Civilians and Veterans
vol. 16 (3): 297-306
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