Bibliographic update July 2016: All

American Communist History

On the Republication of Sidney Hook's Towards the Understanding of Karl Marx
The red taboo in American women's history: on not seeing revolutionary Russia
Anti-communism in twentieth-century America: a critical history
On Jews and Taboos in American Communist History
The Port Huron Statement: Sources and Legacies of the New Left's Founding Manifesto
Beyond A Chilling Effect: The Impact of FBI Surveillance on African American Literature during the Hoover Era

American Nineteenth Century History

“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
Heir to the Empire City: New York and the making of Theodore Roosevelt
vol. 17 (1): 124-126
Forging African American Minds: Black Pragmatism, “intelligent labor,” and a new look at industrial education, 1879–1900
vol. 17 (1): 43-73
The Enigmatic South: Toward Civil War and its Legacies
vol. 17 (1): 119-121
Through the Heart of Dixie: Sherman’s March and American Memory
vol. 17 (1): 116-118
Era of Experimentation: American Political Practices in the Early Republic
vol. 17 (1): 104-106
Fanny Seward: A Life
vol. 17 (1): 113-114
Battle Lines: A Graphic History of the Civil War
vol. 17 (1): 121-123
Before the Movies: American Magic-Lantern Entertainment and the Nation’s First Great Screen Artist, Joseph Boggs Beale
vol. 17 (1): 118-119
1863: Lincoln's pivotal year
vol. 17 (1): 114-116
Capitalism by gaslight: illuminating the economy of nineteenth-century America
vol. 17 (1): 109-111
The Ragged Road to Abolition: Slavery and Freedom in New Jersey, 1775–1865
vol. 17 (1): 106-108
Llewellyn Castle: A Worker’s Cooperative on the Great Plains
vol. 17 (1): 123-124
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