American Nineteenth Century History articles

Volume 15 (2)

International Celebrities and Irish Identity in the United States and Beyond, 1840–1860
vol. 15 (2): 147-168
“A Typical Negro”: Gordon, Peter, Vincent Colyer, and the Story behind Slavery's Most Famous Photograph
vol. 15 (2): 169-186
Plaçage and the Performance of Whiteness: The Trial of Eulalie Mandeville, Free Colored Woman, of Antebellum New Orleans
vol. 15 (2): 187-209
Frontier Cities: Encounters at the Crossroads of Empire
vol. 15 (2): 211-213
American Slavery, Atlantic Slavery, and Beyond: The U.S. “Peculiar Institution” in International Perspective
vol. 15 (2): 213-215
We Shall Be No More: Suicide and Self-Government in the Newly United States
vol. 15 (2): 215-217
“Those Who Labor for My Happiness”: Slavery at Thomas Jefferson's Monticello
vol. 15 (2): 217-219
Slavery's Borderland: Freedom and Bondage along the Ohio River
vol. 15 (2): 219-220
The Problem of Democracy in the Age of Slavery: Garrisonian Abolitionists and Transatlantic Reform
vol. 15 (2): 220-222
Lincoln: A Life. Volume 1 / Lincoln: A Life. Volume 2
vol. 15 (2): 222-224
The Won Cause: Black and White Comradeship in the Grand Army of the Republic
vol. 15 (2): 224-225
The Rhetoric of Rebel Women: Civil War Diaries and Confederate Persuasion
vol. 15 (2): 226-227
Constitutionalism in the Approach and Aftermath of the Civil War
vol. 15 (2): 227-229
They Left Great Marks on Me: African American Testimonies of Racial Violence from Emancipation to World War 1
vol. 15 (2): 229-231
Progressives at War: William G. McAdoo and Newton D. Baker, 1863–1941
vol. 15 (2): 231-233
Books Reviewed
vol. 15 (2): 235-235

Volume 15 (1)

The Irreducibility of the County in the South and America, Past and Present
vol. 15 (1): 1-13
Population Knowledge and the Practice of Guardianship
vol. 15 (1): 15-42
Loyalty and Liturgy: Union Occupation and Religious Liberty in Wilmington, North Carolina, 1865
vol. 15 (1): 43-65
Joseph Dennie and The Farmer's Weekly Museum: Readership and Pseudonymous Celebrity in Early National Journalism
vol. 15 (1): 67-87
A Nation of Deadbeats: An Uncommon History of America's Financial Disasters
vol. 15 (1): 89-90
The Roots of Rough Justice: Origins of American Lynching
vol. 15 (1): 90-92
Taming Passion for the Public Good: Policing Sex in the Early Republic
vol. 15 (1): 93-94
Rebels and Runaways: Slave Resistance in Nineteenth-Century Florida
vol. 15 (1): 95-96
Forging Freedom: Black Women and the Pursuit of Liberty in Antebellum Charleston
vol. 15 (1): 96-98
The Abolitionist Imagination
vol. 15 (1): 98-100
Gender, Race and Family in Nineteenth Century America: From Northern Woman to Plantation Mistress
vol. 15 (1): 100-101
Help Me to Find My People: The African American Search for Family Lost in Slavery
vol. 15 (1): 102-104
Shifting Grounds: Nationalism and the American South, 1848–1865
vol. 15 (1): 104-105
Worth a Dozen Men: Women and Nursing in the Civil War South
vol. 15 (1): 106-107
Sick from Freedom: African American Illness and Suffering during the Civil War and Reconstruction
vol. 15 (1): 108-109
Chicago in the Age of Capital: Class, Politics, and Democracy during the Civil War and Reconstruction
vol. 15 (1): 110-111
Playing It Straight: Art and Humor in the Gilded Age
vol. 15 (1): 111-113
Race for Citizenship: Black Orientalism and Asian Uplift from Pre-Emancipation to Neoliberal America
vol. 15 (1): 113-115
Books Reviewed
vol. 15 (1): 116-116
British Perspectives on Nineteenth-Century American History: A Special Conference of the Association of British American Nineteenth Century Historians (BrANCH)
vol. 15 (1): 117-117

Volume 14 (3)

Editorial Board
vol. 14 (3): 0-0
The Hudson River School of Incarceration: Sing Sing Prison in Antebellum New York
vol. 14 (3): 261-282
The Republicans Are the Nation? Thomas Jefferson, William Duane, and the Evolution of the Republican Coalition, 1809–1815
vol. 14 (3): 283-304
The Death of Frank Wilson: Race, Crime, and Punishment in Post-Civil War Pennsylvania
vol. 14 (3): 305-323