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Volume 34 Contents

 November 2000 (Vol. 34, No. 1)

February 2001 (Vol. 34, No. 2)

May 2001 (Vol. 34, No. 3)

August 2001 (Vol. 34, No. 4)

Volume 34 Index

 Volume 34 (Nov. 2000, February 2001, May 2001, and August 2001)


Table of Contents
NOVEMBER 2000 ISSUE (Vol. 34, No. 1)

THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
Materials Engineering and the Challenge of Teaching History in the Community College
by Marc Dollinger

SPECIAL SECTION: THE PREPARATION OF HISTORY TEACHERS
Responding to the Winds of Change in History Education
by Matthew T. Downey and Fritz Fischer

Why and How Should History Departments Train Secondary Social Studies Teachers?
by John Shedd

Using History Departments to Train Secondary Social Studies Teachers: A Challenge for the Profession in the 21st Century
by Donald Schwartz

The Summative Teaching Portfolio and the Reflective Practitioner of History
by Frederick D. Drake and Lawrence W. McBride

HISTORIOGRAPHY
Interpreting the 1954 U.S. Intervention in Guatemala: Realist, Revisionist, and Postrevisionist Perspectives
by Stephen M. Streeter

SPECIAL FEATURE: NATIONAL HISTORY DAY 2000 PRIZE ESSAYS
Introduction

The Haitian Revolution and the Forging of America
by Jim Thomson, Junior Division

The Battle of Okinawa, 1945: Final Turning Point in the Pacific
by Megan Tzeng, Senior Division

REVIEWS
Textbooks and Readers

Legum, Africa Since Independence
by Wayne Ackerson

Levine, The History of Brazil
by Craig Hendricks

General Books
Bartov, The Holocaust: Origins, Implementation, Aftermath
by William R. Fernekes

Bérenger, trans. by Simpson, A History of the Habsburg Empire 1790-1918
by Frank L. Vatal

Brinkley, The Unfinished Presidency: Jimmy Carter's Journey Beyond the White House
by Joe P. Dunn

Buckley, Air Power in the Age of Total War
by Nelson E. Woodard

Cannadine, The Rise and Fall of Class in Britain
by Deborah Wiggins

Ferguson, The House of Rothschild: Money's Prophets, 1798-1848
by Bernard Hirschhorn

Gonzalez, Harvest of Empire: A History of Latinos in America
by Julian J. DelGaudio

Hamilton-Merritt, Tragic Mountains: The Hmong, the Americans, and the Secret Wars for Laos, 1942-1992
by Loren Crabtree

Mishler, Raising Reds: The Young Pioneers, Radical Summer Camps, and Communist Political Culture in the United States
by Kalman Goldstein

Olson and Freeman, eds., Historical Dictionary of the 1960s, and
Olson, ed., Historical Dictionary of the 1970s
by John G. Selby

Rice, Cleopatra
by Stanley Burstein

Sale, The Shaping of Containment: Harry S. Truman, the National Security Council, and the Cold War
by Arlene Lazarowitz

Simonelli, American Fuehrer: George Lincoln Rockwell and the American Nazi Party
by Robert C. Cottrell

Trefousse, Impeachment of a President: Andrew Johnson, the Blacks and Reconstruction
by Paul Horton

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Table of Contents
FEBRUARY 2001 ISSUE (Vol. 34, No. 2)

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
The History Teacher and the History Cooperative Go On-Line Together

GENERAL
French Expansion in North America
by Cornelius J. Jaenen

The World According to Jared Diamond
by J.R. McNeill

Building Social Networks with Computer Networks: A New Deal for Teaching and Learning
by Thomas Thurston

THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
Reading, Writing, and Critical Viewing: Coordinating Skill Development in History Learning
by John E. O'Connor

The Coming of the French Revolution in Multi-Media
by Gregory S. Brown

Beyond Amusement: Reflections on Multimedia, Pedagogy, and Digital Literacy in the History Seminar
by Daniel M. Ringrose

THE STATE OF THE PROFESSION
A Tribute to a Founding Father: David Van Tassel and National History Day
by Cathy Gorn

New Tidings for History Education, or Lessons We Should Have Learned by Now
by Leon Fink

CONTINUING SERIES
Interviews with Exemplary Teachers: Leon F. Litwack
by Roy Rosenzweig

NOTES AND COMMENTS
Should We "Reconstruct" History?
by David S. Trask

REVIEWS
Textbooks and Readers
Beck, Black, Naylor, and Shabaka, World History: Patterns of Interaction
by John A. Shedd

Laybourn, ed., Modern Britain since 1906: A Reader
by D.M. Cregier

Thomas and Carter, The Civil War on the Web: A Guide to the Very Best Sites
by Paul Horton

General Books
Adickes, To Be Young Was Very Heaven: Women in New York Before the First World War
by Jeffrey Williams

Culver and Hyde, American Dreamer: A Life of Henry A. Wallace
by Robert C. Cottrell

Fitzpatrick, ed., Stalinism: New Directions
by Edward Alan Cole

Ginzberg, Women in Antebellum Reform
by Mina Carson

Hornung, The Ancient Egyptian Books of the Afterlife
and
Watterson, Gods of Ancient Egypt
by William Greenwalt

Johansen, Shapers of the Great Debate on Native Americans, Land, Spirit, and Power, A Biographical Dictionary
by Päivi Hoikkala

Khalidi, Palestinian Identity. The Construction of Modern National Consciousness
by Steven Bowman

Leiby, The Unification of Germany, 1989-1990
by Thomas N. Keefe

Navarro and Korrol, Women in Latin America and the Caribbean
by Jayne Howell

Rhoden and Steele, The Human Tradition in The American Revolution
by Steven R. Boyd

Robarge, A Chief Justice's Progress: John Marshall from Revolutionary Virginia to the Supreme Court
by John Anthony Scott

Sinn, Olympia: Cult, Sport, and Ancient Festival
by David Hood

Strieter, Nineteenth Century European Art. A Topical Dictionary
by Nancy Weston

Thomas, An Appalachian New Deal: West Virginia in the Great Depression
by Richard D. Starnes

Whitman, The Price of Freedom: Slavery and Manumission in Baltimore and Early National Maryland
by Carolyn Williams

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MAY 2001 ISSUE (Vol. 34, No. 3)

GENERAL
Ancient Israel in Western Civ Textbooks
by Jack Cargill

SPECIAL SECTION: HISTORY MATTERS
Making History on the Web Matter in Your Classroom
by Kelly Schrum

Using History Matters with a Ninth Grade Class
by David Kobrin

Evaluating Websites for History Teachers: Using History Matters in a Graduate Seminar
by Tracey Weis

THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
Teaching About Women and Underdevelopment in Latin American History
by Julio César Pino

THE STATE OF THE PROFESSION
Using Student Mentors in an Introductory World History Class
by Kate Lang

HISTORIOGRAPHY
The Consequences of Democratizing Knowledge: Reconsidering Richard Hofstadter and the History of Education
by Deborah M. De Simone

NOTES AND COMMENTS
Pluses and Minuses of a Secondary School World History Text
by Ane Lintvedt

Libros de Historia en Español: Recent Noteworthy History Books in Spanish for Children and Adolescents
by Isabel Schon

Expectations of Postsecondary History Instructors in California and North Carolina
by James Ingram Martin, Sr.

REVIEWS
Textbooks, Readers, and References
Adamson, Notable Women in American History: A Guide to Recommended Biographies and Autobiographies
by Karen Cobb Carroll

Booth and Hyland, eds., The Practice of University History Teaching
by Barbara Kantz

Day and McNeil, eds., The Biographical Dictionary of the History of Technology
by John Morello

Jordanova, History in Practice
by Michael J. Salevouris

Lightman and Lightman, Ancient Greek and Roman Women
by David Hood

Minahan, Miniature Empires: A Historical Dictionary of the Newly Independent States
by Janet D. Stone

Shepherd and Beckles, eds., Caribbean Slavery in the Atlantic World: A Student Reader
by Michael Jarvis

General Books
Fraser, Ireland in Conflict: 1922-1998
by Curtis W. Wood

Green, Taking History to Heart: The Power of the Past in Building Social Movements
by Jennifer Frost

Griffiths, The Reign of King Henry VI
by L. L. Ford

Huppert, The Style of Paris: Renaissance Origins of the French Enlightenment
by David G. Troyansky

Lowe, The Korean War
by Hal M. Friedman

O'Shaughnessy, An Empire Divided: The American Revolution and the British Caribbean
by Susan Westbury

Porter, ed., The Oxford History of the British Empire-Volume III
by Ellis Archer Wasson

Ramet, Eastern Europe: Politics, Culture and Society Since 1939
by Troy Paddock

Schwartz, Victors and Vanquished: Spanish and Nahua Views of the Conquest of Mexico
by Jayne Howell

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AUGUST 2001 ISSUE (Vol. 34, No. 4)

GENERAL
The Pleasures of Teaching History
by James Axtell

THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
The Uses of Economics in an Integrated Cluster
by William Abbott and Kathryn Nantz

New Views of Slavery: Using Recent Historical Work to Promote Critical Thinking about the "Peculiar Institution"
by Russell Olwell

Integrative Studies: Teaching for the Twenty-first Century
by Mary Ann Davies

The Internet as an Opportunity for Students to Create Their Own Document-Based Question
by Daniel Kotzin

To Think On Paper: Using Writing Assignments in the World History Survey
by Kathleen A. Tobin

THE STATE OF THE PROFESSION
Bridging the Digital Divide: Reflections on "Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age"
by Linda Pomerantz

Electronic Resources and the Education of History Professionals
by William H. Mulligan, Jr.

NOTES AND COMMENTS
Using The List of Creepy Coincidences as an Educational Opportunity
by Kevin Kern and Kathren Brown

REVIEWS
Textbooks, Readers, and References

Copeland, Debating the Issues in Colonial Newspapers: Primary Documents on Events of the Period
by James F. Adomanis

Gordon, ed., The Selected Papers of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony: Volume II: Against an Aristocracy of Sex, 1866 to 1873
by Barbara McGowan

Hoyt, GI's War: American Soldiers in Europe During World War II
by Alexander M. Bielakowski

Kaledin, Daily Life in the United States, 1940-1959: Shifting Worlds
by Blaine T. Browne

Malone, The Skulking Way of War: Technology and Tactics among the New England Indians
by Emil Pocock

Mayers, Wars and Peace: The Future Americans Envisioned, 1861-1991
by William Thomas Allison

Singman, Daily Life in Medieval Europe
by Mavis Mate

Smith, Reimagining Indians: Native Americans through Anglo Eyes 1880-1940
by Angela Firkus

General Books
Anderson, The Sixties
by Linda Alkana

Cavallo, A Fiction of the Past: The Sixties in American History
by Theresa Kaminski

Crunden, Body and Soul: The Making of American Modernism: Art, Music and Letters in the Jazz Age, 1919-1926
by Kalman Goldstein

Gatrell, A Whole Empire Walking: Refugees in Russia During World War I
by Sidney Monas

Kornbluh, Why America Stopped Voting: The Decline of Participatory Democracy and the Emergence of Modern American Politics
by James McKee

McDermid and Hillyar, Midwives of the Revolution: Female Bolsheviks and Women Workers in 1917
by Barbara Evans Clements

Muir, Jr. , ed., The Human Tradition in the World War II Era
by Jason Follett

Russo, American History from a Global Perspective: An Interpretation
by Elizabeth Bailey

Werner, Through the Eyes of Innocents: Children Witness World War II
by Donna L. Boutelle

SPECIAL SECTION
Index to Volume 34

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Index
VOLUME 34

November 2000: pp. 1-144
February 2001: pp. 145-288
May 2001: pp. 289-424
August 2001: pp. 425-568

ARTICLES
Special Sections
History Matters

"Evaluating Websites for History Teachers: Using History Matters in a Graduate Seminar," by Tracey Weis, 345-351.

Kobrin, David, "Using History Matters with a Ninth Grade Class," 339-343.

"Making History on the Web Matter in Your Classroom," by Kelly Schrum, 327-337.

Schrum, Kelly, "Making History on the Web Matter in Your Classroom," 327-337.

"Using History Matters with a Ninth Grade Class," by David Kobrin, 339-343.

Weis, Tracey, "Evaluating Websites for History Teachers: Using History Matters in a Graduate Seminar," 345-351.

National History Day 2000 Prize Essays
"Battle of Okinawa, 1945, The: Final Turning Point in the Pacific," by Megan Tzeng, 95-117.

"Haitian Revolution and the Forging of America, The," by Jim Thomson, 76-94.

Introduction, 075-76.

Thomson, Jim, "The Haitian Revolution and the Forging of America," 76-94.

Tzeng, Megan, "The Battle of Okinawa, 1945: Final Turning Point in the Pacific," 95-117.

The Preparation of History Teachers
Downey, Matthew T., co-auth., "Responding to the Winds of Change in History Education," 21-28.

Drake, Frederick D., co-auth., "The Summative Teaching Portfolio and the Reflective Practitioner of History," 41-60.

Fischer, Fritz, co-auth., "Responding to the Winds of Change in History Education," 21-28.

McBride, Lawrence W., co-auth., "The Summative Teaching Portfolio and the Reflective Practitioner of History," 41-60.

"Responding to the Winds of Change in History Education," by Matthew T. Downey and Fritz Fischer, 21-28.

Schwartz, Donald, "Using History Departments to Train Secondary Social Studies Teachers: A Challenge for the Profession in the 21st Century," 35-39.

Shedd, John, "Why and How Should History Departments Train Secondary Social Studies Teachers?," 29-33.

"Summative Teaching Portfolio and the Reflective Practitioner of History, The," by Frederick D. Drake and Lawrence W. McBride, 41-60.

"Using History Departments to Train Secondary Social Studies Teachers: A Challenge for the Profession in the 21st Century," by Donald Schwartz, 35-39.

"Why and How Should History Departments Train Secondary Social Studies Teachers?," by John Shedd, 29-33.

General Subject
"Ancient Israel in Western Civ Textbooks," by Jack Cargill, 297-326.

Axtell, James, "The Pleasures of Teaching History," 433-446.

"Building Social Networks with Computer Networks: A New Deal for Teaching and Learning," by Thomas Thurston, 175-181.

Cargill, Jack, "Ancient Israel in Western Civ Textbooks," 297-326.

"French Expansion in North America," by Cornelius J. Jaenen, 155-164.

Jaenen, Cornelius J., "French Expansion in North America," 155-164.

McNeill, J.R., "The World According to Jared Diamond," 165-174.

"Pleasures of Teaching History, The," by James Axtell, 433-446.

Thurston, Thomas, "Building Social Networks with Computer Networks: A New Deal for Teaching and Learning," 175-181.

"World According to Jared Diamond, The," by J.R. McNeill, 165-174.

The Craft of Teaching
Abbott, William, co-auth., "The Uses of Economics in an Integrated Cluster," 447-458.

"Beyond Amusement: Reflections on Multimedia, Pedagogy, and Digital Literacy in the History Seminar," by Daniel M. Ringrose, 209-228.

Brown, Gregory S., "The Coming of the French Revolution in Multi-Media," 193-208.

"Coming of the French Revolution in Multi-Media, The," by Gregory S. Brown, 193-208.

Davies, Mary Ann, "Integrative Studies: Teaching for the Twenty-first Century," 471-485.

Dollinger, Marc, "Materials Engineering and the Challenge of Teaching History in the Community College," 9-20.

"Integrative Studies: Teaching for the Twenty-first Century," by Mary Ann Davies, 471-485.

"Internet as an Opportunity for Students to Create Their Own Document-Based Question, The," by Daniel Kotzin, 487-496.

Kotzin, Daniel, "The Internet as an Opportunity for Students to Create Their Own Document-Based Question," 487-496.

"Materials Engineering and the Challenge of Teaching History in the Community College," by Marc Dollinger, 9-20.

Nantz, Kathryn, co-auth., "The Uses of Economics in an Integrated Cluster," 447-458.

"New Views of Slavery: Using Recent Historical Work to Promote Critical Thinking about the 'Peculiar Institution,'" by Russell Olwell, 459-469.

O'Connor, John E., "Reading, Writing, and Critical Viewing: Coordinating Skill Development in History Learning," 183-192.

Olwell, Russell, "New Views of Slavery: Using Recent Historical Work to Promote Critical Thinking about the 'Peculiar Institution,'" 459-469.

Pino, Julio César, "Teaching About Women and Underdevelopment in Latin American History," 353-360.

"Reading, Writing, and Critical Viewing: Coordinating Skill Development in History Learning," by John E. O'Connor, 183-192.

Ringrose, Daniel M., "Beyond Amusement: Reflections on Multimedia, Pedagogy, and Digital Literacy in the History Seminar," 209-228.

"Teaching About Women and Underdevelopment in Latin American History," by Julio César Pino, 353-360.

"To Think On Paper: Using Writing Assignments in the World History Survey," by Kathleen A. Tobin, 497-508.

Tobin, Kathleen A., "To Think On Paper: Using Writing Assignments in the World History Survey," 497-508.

"Uses of Economics in an Integrated Cluster, The," by William Abbott and Kathryn Nantz, 447-458.

The State of the Profession
"Bridging the Digital Divide: Reflections on 'Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age,'" by Linda Pomerantz, 509-522.

"Electronic Resources and the Education of History Professionals," by William H. Mulligan, Jr., 523-529.

Fink, Leon, "New Tidings for History Education, or Lessons We Should Have Learned by Now," 235-242.

Gorn, Cathy, "Tribute to a Founding Father, A: David Van Tassel and National History Day," 229-233.

Lang, Kate, "Using Student Mentors in an Introductory World History Class," 361-372.

Mulligan, Jr., William H., "Electronic Resources and the Education of History Professionals," 523-529.

"New Tidings for History Education, or Lessons We Should Have Learned by Now," by Leon Fink, 235-242.

Pomerantz, Linda, "Bridging the Digital Divide: Reflections on 'Teaching and Learning in the Digital Age,'" 509-522.

"Tribute to a Founding Father, A: David Van Tassel and National History Day," by Cathy Gorn, 229-233.

"Using Student Mentors in an Introductory World History Class," by Kate Lang, 361-372.

Historiography
"Consequences of Democratizing Knowledge, The: Reconsidering Richard Hofstadter and the History of Education," by Deborah M. De Simone, 373-382.

De Simone, Deborah M., "The Consequences of Democratizing Knowledge: Reconsidering Richard Hofstadter and the History of Education," 373-382.

"Interpreting the 1954 U.S. Intervention in Guatemala: Realist, Revisionist, and Postrevisionist Perspectives," by Stephen M. Streeter, 61-74.

Streeter, Stephen M., "Interpreting the 1954 U.S. Intervention in Guatemala: Realist, Revisionist, and Postrevisionist Perspectives," 61-74.

Continuing Series
"Interviews with Exemplary Teachers: Leon F. Litwack," by Roy Rosenzweig, 243-253.

Rosenzweig, Roy, "Interviews with Exemplary Teachers: Leon F. Litwack," 243-253.

Notes and Comments
Brown, Kathren, co-auth., "Using The List of Creepy Coincidences as an Educational Opportunity," 531-535.

"Expectations of Postsecondary History Instructors in California and North Carolina," by James Ingram Martin, Sr., 395-400.

Kern, Kevin, co-auth., "Using The List of Creepy Coincidences as an Educational Opportunity," 531-535.

"Libros de Historia en Español: Recent Noteworthy History Books in Spanish for Children and Adolescents," by Isabel Schon, 389-393.

Lintvedt, Ane, "Pluses and Minuses of a Secondary School World History Text," 383-387.

Martin, Sr., James Ingram, "Expectations of Postsecondary History Instructors in California and North Carolina," 395-400.

"Pluses and Minuses of a Secondary School World History Text," by Ane Lintvedt, 383-387.

Schon, Isabel, "Libros de Historia en Español: Recent Noteworthy History Books in Spanish for Children and Adolescents," 389-393.

"Should We 'Reconstruct' History?," by David S. Trask, 255-258.

Trask, David S., "Should We 'Reconstruct' History?," 255-258.

"Using The List of Creepy Coincidences as an Educational Opportunity," by Kevin Kern and Kathren Brown, 531-535.

REVIEWS
Textbooks and Readers

Ackerson, Wayne, rev., Africa Since Independence, by Colin Legum, 119-120.

Adamson, Lynda G., Notable Women in American History: A Guide to Recommended Biographies and Autobiographies, revd., 401-402.

Adomanis, James F., rev., Debating the Issues in Colonial Newspapers: Primary Documents on Events of the Period, by David A. Copeland, 537-538.

Africa Since Independence, by Colin Legum, revd., 119-120.

Allison, William Thomas, rev., Wars and Peace: The Future Americans Envisioned, 1861-1991, by David Mayers, 543-544.

Ancient Greek and Roman Women, by Marjorie Lightman and Benjamin Lightman, revd., 405-406.

Beck, Roger G., co-auth., World History: Patterns of Interaction, revd., 259-260.

Beckles, Hilary McD., co-ed., Caribbean Slavery in the Atlantic World: A Student Reader, revd., 407-408.

Bielakowski, Alexander M., rev., GI's War: American Soldiers in Europe During World War II, by Edwin P. Hoyt, 539-540.

Biographical Dictionary of the History of Technology, The, ed. by Lance Day and Ian McNeil, revd., 403-404.

Black, Linda, co-auth., World History: Patterns of Interaction, revd., 259-260.

Booth, Alan, co-ed., The Practice of University History Teaching, revd., 402-403.

Browne, Blaine T., rev., Daily Life in the United States, 1940-1959: Shifting Worlds, by Eugenia Kaledin, 540-541.

Caribbean Slavery in the Atlantic World: A Student Reader, ed. by Verene Shepherd and Hilary McD. Beckles, revd., 407-408.

Carroll, Karen Cobb, rev., Notable Women in American History: A Guide to Recommended Biographies and Autobiographies, by Lynda G. Adamson, 401-402.

Carter, Alice C., co-auth., The Civil War on the Web: A Guide to the Very Best Sites, revd., 262-263.

Civil War on the Web, The: A Guide to the Very Best Sites, by William G. Thomas and Alice C. Carter, revd., 262-263.

Copeland, David A., Debating the Issues in Colonial Newspapers: Primary Documents on Events of the Period, revd., 537-538.

Cregier, D.M., rev., Modern Britain since 1906: A Reader, ed. by Keith Laybourn, 260-261.

Daily Life in Medieval Europe, by Jeffrey L. Singman, revd., 544-545.

Daily Life in the United States, 1940-1959: Shifting Worlds, by Eugenia Kaledin, revd., 540-541.

Day, Lance, co-ed., The Biographical Dictionary of the History of Technology, revd., 403-404.

Debating the Issues in Colonial Newspapers: Primary Documents on Events of the Period, by David A. Copeland, revd., 537-538.

Eugenia Kaledin, Daily Life in the United States, 1940-1959: Shifting Worlds, revd., 540-541.

Firkus, Angela, rev., Reimagining Indians: Native Americans through Anglo Eyes 1880-1940, by Sherry L. Smith, 545-546.

GI's War: American Soldiers in Europe During World War II, by Edwin P. Hoyt, revd., 539-540.

Gordon, Ann D., ed., The Selected Papers of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony: Volume II: Against an Aristocracy of Sex, 1866 to 1873, revd., 538-539.

Hendricks, Craig, rev., The History of Brazil, by Robert Levine, 120-121.

History in Practice, by Ludmilla Jordanova, revd., 404-405.

History of Brazil, The, by Robert Levine, revd., 120-121.

Hood, David, rev., Ancient Greek and Roman Women, by Marjorie Lightman and Benjamin Lightman, 405-406.

Horton, Paul, rev., The Civil War on the Web: A Guide to the Very Best Sites, by William G. Thomas and Alice C. Carter, 262-263.

Hoyt, Edwin P., GI's War: American Soldiers in Europe During World War II, revd., 539-540.

Hyland, Paul, co-ed., The Practice of University History Teaching, revd., 402-403.

Jarvis, Michael, rev., Caribbean Slavery in the Atlantic World: A Student Reader, ed. by Verene Shepherd and Hilary McD. Beckles, 407-408.

Jordanova, Ludmilla, History in Practice, revd., 404-405.

Kantz, Barbara, rev., The Practice of University History Teaching, ed. by Alan Booth and Paul Hyland, 402-403.

Laybourn, Keith, ed., Modern Britain since 1906: A Reader, revd., 260-261.

Legum, Colin, Africa Since Independence, revd., 119-120.

Levine, Robert, The History of Brazil, revd., 120-121.

Lightman, Benjamin, co-auth., Ancient Greek and Roman Women, revd., 405-406.

Lightman, Marjorie, co-auth., Ancient Greek and Roman Women, revd., 405-406.

Malone, Patrick M., The Skulking Way of War: Technology and Tactics among the New England Indians, revd., 541-543.

Mate, Mavis, rev., Daily Life in Medieval Europe, by Jeffrey L. Singman, 544-545.

Mayers, David, Wars and Peace: The Future Americans Envisioned, 1861-1991, revd., 543-544.

McGowan, Barbara, rev., The Selected Papers of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony: Volume II: Against an Aristocracy of Sex, 1866 to 1873, ed. by Ann D. Gordon, 538-539.

McNeil, Ian, co-ed., The Biographical Dictionary of the History of Technology, revd., 403-404.

Minahan, James, Miniature Empires: A Historical Dictionary of the Newly Independent States, revd., 406-407.

Miniature Empires: A Historical Dictionary of the Newly Independent States, by James Minahan, revd., 406-407.

Modern Britain since 1906: A Reader, ed. by Keith Laybourn, revd., 260-261.

Morello, John, rev., The Biographical Dictionary of the History of Technology, ed. by Lance Day and Ian McNeil, 403-404.

Naylor, Phillip C., co-auth., World History: Patterns of Interaction, revd., 259-260.

Notable Women in American History: A Guide to Recommended Biographies and Autobiographies, by Lynda G. Adamson, revd., 401-402.

Pocock, Emil, rev., The Skulking Way of War: Technology and Tactics among the New England Indians, by Patrick M. Malone, 541-543.

Practice of University History Teaching, The, ed. by Alan Booth and Paul Hyland, revd., 402-403.

Reimagining Indians: Native Americans through Anglo Eyes 1880-1940, by Sherry L. Smith, revd., 545-546.

Salevouris, Michael J., rev., History in Practice, by Ludmilla Jordanova, 404-405.

Selected Papers of Elizabeth Cady Stanton and Susan B. Anthony, The: Volume II: Against an Aristocracy of Sex, 1866 to 1873, ed. by Ann D. Gordon, revd., 538-539.

Shabaka, Dahia Ibo, co-auth., World History: Patterns of Interaction, revd., 259-260.

Shedd, John A., rev., World History: Patterns of Interaction, by Roger G. Beck, Linda Black, Phillip C. Naylor, and Dahia Ibo Shabaka, 259-260.

Shepherd, Verene, co-ed., Caribbean Slavery in the Atlantic World: A Student Reader, revd., 407-408.

Singman, Jeffrey L., Daily Life in Medieval Europe, revd., 544-545.

Skulking Way of War, The: Technology and Tactics among the New England Indians, by Patrick M. Malone, revd., 541-543.

Smith, Sherry L., Reimagining Indians: Native Americans through Anglo Eyes 1880-1940, revd., 545-546.

Stone, Janet D., rev., Miniature Empires: A Historical Dictionary of the Newly Independent States, by James Minahan, 406-407.

Thomas, William G., co-auth., The Civil War on the Web: A Guide to the Very Best Sites, revd., 262-263.

Wars and Peace: The Future Americans Envisioned, 1861-1991, by David Mayers, revd., 543-544.

World History: Patterns of Interaction, by Roger G. Beck, Linda Black, Phillip C. Naylor, and Dahia Ibo Shabaka, revd., 259-260.

General Subject
A Chief Justice's Progress: John Marshall from Revolutionary Virginia to the Supreme Court, by David Robarge, revd., 276-277.

A Fiction of the Past: The Sixties in American History, by Dominick Cavallo, revd., 547-548.

A History of the Habsburg Empire 1790-1918, by Jean Bérenger, trans. by C.A. Simpson, revd., 123-125.

A Whole Empire Walking: Refugees in Russia During World War I, by Peter Gatrell, revd., 550-551.

Adickes, Sandra, To Be Young Was Very Heaven: Women in New York Before the First World War, revd., 263-264.

Air Power in the Age of Total War, by John Buckley, revd., 127-128.

Alkana, Linda, rev., The Sixties, by Terry Anderson, 546-547.

American Dreamer: A Life of Henry A. Wallace, by John C. Culver and John Hyde, revd., 264-265.

American Fuehrer: George Lincoln Rockwell and the American Nazi Party, by Frederick J. Simonelli, revd., 138-139.

American History from a Global Perspective: An Interpretation, by David J. Russo, revd., 554-555.

An Appalachian New Deal: West Virginia in the Great Depression, by Jerry Thomas, revd., 279-280.

An Empire Divided: The American Revolution and the British Caribbean, by Andrew Jackson O'Shaughnessy, revd., 415-416.

Ancient Egyptian Books of the Afterlife, The, by Erik Hornung, revd., 268-269.

Anderson, Terry, The Sixties, revd., 546-547.

Bailey, Elizabeth, rev., American History from a Global Perspective: An Interpretation, by David J. Russo, 554-555.

Bartov, Omer, The Holocaust: Origins, Implementation, Aftermath, revd., 122-123.

Bérenger, Jean, A History of the Habsburg Empire 1790-1918, revd., 123-125.

Body and Soul: The Making of American Modernism: Art, Music and Letters in the Jazz Age, 1919-1926, by Robert M. Crunden, revd., 548-550.

Boutelle, Donna L., rev., Through the Eyes of Innocents: Children Witness World War II, by Emmy E. Werner, 555-556.

Bowman, Steven, rev., Palestinian Identity. The Construction of Modern National Consciousness, by Rashid Khalidi, 271-272.

Boyd, Steven R., rev., The Human Tradition in The American Revolution, by Nancy L. Rhoden and Ian K. Steele, 275-276.

Brinkley, Douglas, The Unfinished Presidency: Jimmy Carter's Journey Beyond the White House, revd., 125-126.

Buckley, John, Air Power in the Age of Total War, revd., 127-128.

Burstein, Stanley, rev., Cleopatra, by E.E. Rice, 135-136.

Cannadine, Dave, The Rise and Fall of Class in Britain, revd., 128-129.

Carson, Mina, rev., Women in Antebellum Reform, by Lori D. Ginzberg, 267-268.

Cavallo, Dominick, A Fiction of the Past: The Sixties in American History, revd., 547-548.

Clements, Barbara Evans, rev., Midwives of the Revolution: Female Bolsheviks and Women Workers in 1917, by Jane McDermid and Anna Hillyar, 552-553.

Cleopatra, by E.E. Rice, revd., 135-136.

Cole, Edward Alan, rev., Stalinism: New Directions, ed. by Sheila Fitzpatrick, 266-267.

Cottrell, Robert C., rev., American Dreamer: A Life of Henry A. Wallace, by John C. Culver and John Hyde, 264-265.

Cottrell, Robert C., rev., American Fuehrer: George Lincoln Rockwell and the American Nazi Party, by Frederick J. Simonelli, 138-139.

Crabtree, Loren, rev., Tragic Mountains: The Hmong, the Americans, and the Secret Wars for Laos, 1942-1992, by Jane Hamilton-Merritt, 132-133.

Crunden, Robert M., Body and Soul: The Making of American Modernism: Art, Music and Letters in the Jazz Age, 1919-1926, revd., 548-550.

Culver, John C., co-auth., American Dreamer: A Life of Henry A. Wallace, revd., 264-265.

DelGaudio, Julian J., rev., Harvest of Empire: A History of Latinos in America, by Juan Gonzalez, 130-131.

Dunn, Joe P., rev., The Unfinished Presidency: Jimmy Carter's Journey Beyond the White House, by Douglas Brinkley, 125-126.

E.E. Rice, Cleopatra, revd., 135-136.

Eastern Europe: Politics, Culture and Society Since 1939, by Sabrina P. Ramet, revd., 417-418.

Ferguson, Niall, The House of Rothschild: Money's Prophets, 1798-1848, revd., 129-130.

Fernekes, William R., rev., The Holocaust: Origins, Implementation, Aftermath, by Omer Bartov, 122-123.

Fitzpatrick, Sheila, ed., Stalinism: New Directions, revd., 266-267.

Follett, Jason, rev., The Human Tradition in the World War II Era, ed. by Malcolm Muir, Jr., 553-554.

Ford, L.L., rev., The Reign of King Henry VI, by R.A. Griffiths, 411-412.

Fraser, T.G., Ireland in Conflict: 1922-1998, revd., 409.

Freeman, Samuel, co-ed., Historical Dictionary of the 1960s, revd., 134-135.

Friedman, Hal M., rev., The Korean War, by Peter Lowe, 414-415.

Frost, Jennifer, rev., Taking History to Heart: The Power of the Past in Building Social Movements, by James Green, 410-411.

Gatrell, Peter, A Whole Empire Walking: Refugees in Russia During World War I, revd., 550-551.

Ginzberg, Lori D., Women in Antebellum Reform, revd., 267-268.

Gods of Ancient Egypt, by Barbara Watterson, revd., 268-269.

Goldstein, Kalman, rev., Body and Soul: The Making of American Modernism: Art, Music and Letters in the Jazz Age, 1919-1926, by Robert M. Crunden, 548-550.

Goldstein, Kalman, rev., Raising Reds: The Young Pioneers, Radical Summer Camps, and Communist Political Culture in the United States, by Paul C. Mishler, 133-134.

Gonzalez, Juan, Harvest of Empire: A History of Latinos in America, revd., 130-131.

Green, James, Taking History to Heart: The Power of the Past in Building Social Movements, revd., 410-411.

Greenwalt, William, rev., Gods of Ancient Egypt, by Barbara Watterson, 268-269.

Greenwalt, William, rev., The Ancient Egyptian Books of the Afterlife, by Erik Hornung, 268-269.

Griffiths, R.A., The Reign of King Henry VI, revd., 411-412.

Hamilton-Merritt, Jane, Tragic Mountains: The Hmong, the Americans, and the Secret Wars for Laos, 1942-1992, revd., 132-133.

Harvest of Empire: A History of Latinos in America, by Juan Gonzalez, revd., 130-131.

Hillyar, Anna, co-auth., Midwives of the Revolution: Female Bolsheviks and Women Workers in 1917, revd., 552-553.

Hirschhorn, Bernard, rev., The House of Rothschild: Money's Prophets, 1798-1848, by Niall Ferguson, 129-130.

Historical Dictionary of the 1960s, ed. by James S. Olson and Samuel Freeman, revd., 134-135.

Historical Dictionary of the 1970s, ed. by James S. Olson, revd., 134-135.

Hoikkala, Päivi, rev., Shapers of the Great Debate on Native Americans, Land, Spirit, and Power, A Biographical Dictionary, by Bruce E. Johansen, 270.

Holocaust, The: Origins, Implementation, Aftermath, by Omer Bartov, revd., 122-123.

Hood, David, rev., Olympia: Cult, Sport, and Ancient Festival, by Ulrich Sinn, 277-278.

Hornung, Erik, The Ancient Egyptian Books of the Afterlife, revd., 268-269.

Horton, Paul, rev., Impeachment of a President: Andrew Johnson, the Blacks and Reconstruction, by Hans L. Trefousse, 139-140.

House of Rothschild, The: Money's Prophets, 1798-1848, by Niall Ferguson, revd., 129-130.

Howell, Jayne, rev., Victors and Vanquished: Spanish and Nahua Views of the Conquest of Mexico, by Stuart B. Schwartz, 419-420.

Howell, Jayne, rev., Women in Latin America and the Caribbean, by Marysa Navarro and Virginia Sánchez Korrol, 273-274.

Human Tradition in The American Revolution, The, by Nancy L. Rhoden and Ian K. Steele, revd., 275-276.

Human Tradition in the World War II Era, The, ed. by Malcolm Muir, Jr., revd., 553-554.

Huppert, George, The Style of Paris: Renaissance Origins of the French Enlightenment, revd., 412-413.

Hyde, John, co-auth., American Dreamer: A Life of Henry A. Wallace, revd., 264-265.

Impeachment of a President: Andrew Johnson, the Blacks and Reconstruction, by Hans L. Trefousse, revd., 139-140.

Ireland in Conflict: 1922-1998, by T.G. Fraser, revd., 409.

Johansen, Bruce E., Shapers of the Great Debate on Native Americans, Land, Spirit, and Power, A Biographical Dictionary, revd., 270.

Kaminski, Theresa, rev., A Fiction of the Past: The Sixties in American History, by Dominick Cavallo, 547-548.

Keefe, Thomas N., rev., The Unification of Germany, 1989-1990, by Richard A. Leiby, 272-273.

Khalidi, Rashid, Palestinian Identity. The Construction of Modern National Consciousness, revd., 271-272.

Korean War, The, by Peter Lowe, revd., 414-415.

Kornbluh, Mark Lawrence, Why America Stopped Voting: The Decline of Participatory Democracy and the Emergence of Modern American Politics, revd., 551-552.

Korrol, Virginia Sánchez, co-auth., Women in Latin America and the Caribbean, revd., 273-274.

Lazarowitz, Arlene, rev., The Shaping of Containment: Harry S. Truman, the National Security Council, and the Cold War, by Sara L. Sale, 136-137.

Leiby, Richard A., The Unification of Germany, 1989-1990, revd., 272-273.

Lowe, Peter, The Korean War, revd., 414-415.

McDermid, Jane, co-auth., Midwives of the Revolution: Female Bolsheviks and Women Workers in 1917, revd., 552-553.

McKee, James, rev., Why America Stopped Voting: The Decline of Participatory Democracy and the Emergence of Modern American Politics, by Mark Lawrence Kornbluh, 551-552.

Midwives of the Revolution: Female Bolsheviks and Women Workers in 1917, by Jane McDermid and Anna Hillyar, revd., 552-553.

Mishler, Paul C., Raising Reds: The Young Pioneers, Radical Summer Camps, and Communist Political Culture in the United States, revd., 133-134.

Monas, Sidney, rev., A Whole Empire Walking: Refugees in Russia During World War I, by Peter Gatrell, 550-551.

Muir, Malcolm, Jr., ed., The Human Tradition in the World War II Era, revd., 553-554.

Navarro, Marysa, co-auth., Women in Latin America and the Caribbean, revd., 273-274.

Nineteenth Century European Art. A Topical Dictionary, by Terry W. Strieter, revd., 278-279.

O'Shaughnessy, Andrew Jackson, An Empire Divided: The American Revolution and the British Caribbean, revd., 415-416.

Olson, James S., co-ed., Historical Dictionary of the 1960s, revd., 134-135.

Olson, James S., ed., Historical Dictionary of the 1970s, revd., 134-135.

Olympia: Cult, Sport, and Ancient Festival, by Ulrich Sinn, revd., 277-278.

Oxford History of the British Empire, The-Volume III, ed. by Andrew Porter, revd., 416-417.

Paddock, Troy, rev., Eastern Europe: Politics, Culture and Society Since 1939, by Sabrina P. Ramet, 417-418.

Palestinian Identity. The Construction of Modern National Consciousness, by Rashid Khalidi, revd., 271-272.

Porter, Andrew, ed., The Oxford History of the British Empire-Volume III, revd., 416-417.

Price of Freedom, The: Slavery and Manumission in Baltimore and Early National Maryland, by T. Stephen Whitman, revd., 280-281.

Raising Reds: The Young Pioneers, Radical Summer Camps, and Communist Political Culture in the United States, by Paul C. Mishler, revd., 133-134.

Ramet, Sabrina P., Eastern Europe: Politics, Culture and Society Since 1939, revd., 417-418.

Reign of King Henry VI, The, by R.A. Griffiths, revd., 411-412.

Rhoden, Nancy L., co-auth., The Human Tradition in The American Revolution, revd., 275-276.

Rise and Fall of Class in Britain, The, by Dave Cannadine, revd., 128-129.

Robarge, David, A Chief Justice's Progress: John Marshall from Revolutionary Virginia to the Supreme Court, revd., 276-277.

Russo, David J., American History from a Global Perspective: An Interpretation, revd., 554-555.

Sale, Sara L., The Shaping of Containment: Harry S. Truman, the National Security Council, and the Cold War, revd., 136-137.

Schwartz, Stuart B., Victors and Vanquished: Spanish and Nahua Views of the Conquest of Mexico, revd., 419-420.

Scott, John Anthony, rev., A Chief Justice's Progress: John Marshall from Revolutionary Virginia to the Supreme Court, by David Robarge, 276-277.

Selby, John G., rev., Historical Dictionary of the 1960s, ed. by James S. Olson and Samuel Freeman, 134-135.

Selby, John G., rev., Historical Dictionary of the 1970s, ed. by James S. Olson, 134-135.

Shapers of the Great Debate on Native Americans, Land, Spirit, and Power, A Biographical Dictionary, by Bruce E. Johansen, revd., 270.

Shaping of Containment, The: Harry S. Truman, the National Security Council, and the Cold War, by Sara L. Sale, revd., 136-137.

Simonelli, Frederick J., American Fuehrer: George Lincoln Rockwell and the American Nazi Party, revd., 138-139.

Simpson, C.A., trans., A History of the Habsburg Empire 1790-1918, revd., 123-125.

Sinn, Ulrich, Olympia: Cult, Sport, and Ancient Festival, revd., 277-278.

Sixties, The, by Terry Anderson, revd., 546-547.

Stalinism: New Directions, ed. by Sheila Fitzpatrick, revd., 266-267.

Starnes, Richard D., rev., An Appalachian New Deal: West Virginia in the Great Depression, by Jerry Thomas, 279-280.

Steele, Ian K., co-auth., The Human Tradition in The American Revolution, revd., 275-276.

Strieter, Terry W., Nineteenth Century European Art. A Topical Dictionary, revd., 278-279.

Style of Paris, The: Renaissance Origins of the French Enlightenment, by George Huppert, revd., 412-413.

Taking History to Heart: The Power of the Past in Building Social Movements, by James Green, revd., 410-411.

Thomas, Jerry, An Appalachian New Deal: West Virginia in the Great Depression, revd., 279-280.

Through the Eyes of Innocents: Children Witness World War II, by Emmy E. Werner, revd., 555-556.

To Be Young Was Very Heaven: Women in New York Before the First World War, by Sandra Adickes, revd., 263-264.

Tragic Mountains: The Hmong, the Americans, and the Secret Wars for Laos, 1942-1992, by Jane Hamilton-Merritt, revd., 132-133.

Trefousse, Hans L., Impeachment of a President: Andrew Johnson, the Blacks and Reconstruction, revd., 139-140.

Troyansky, David G., rev., The Style of Paris: Renaissance Origins of the French Enlightenment, by George Huppert, 412-413.

Unfinished Presidency, The: Jimmy Carter's Journey Beyond the White House, by Douglas Brinkley, revd., 125-126.

Unification of Germany, The, 1989-1990, by Richard A. Leiby, revd., 272-273.

Vatal, Frank L., rev., A History of the Habsburg Empire 1790-1918, by Jean Bérenger, trans. by C.A. Simpson, 123-125.

Victors and Vanquished: Spanish and Nahua Views of the Conquest of Mexico, by Stuart B. Schwartz, revd., 419-420.

Wasson, Ellis Archer, rev., The Oxford History of the British Empire-Volume III, ed. by Andrew Porter, 416-417.

Watterson, Barbara, Gods of Ancient Egypt, revd., 268-269.

Werner, Emmy E., Through the Eyes of Innocents: Children Witness World War II, revd., 555-556.

Westbury, Susan, rev., An Empire Divided: The American Revolution and the British Caribbean, by Andrew Jackson O'Shaughnessy, 415-416.

Weston, Nancy, rev., Nineteenth Century European Art. A Topical Dictionary, by Terry W. Strieter, 278-279.

Whitman, T. Stephen, The Price of Freedom: Slavery and Manumission in Baltimore and Early National Maryland, revd., 280-281.

Why America Stopped Voting: The Decline of Participatory Democracy and the Emergence of Modern American Politics, by Mark Lawrence Kornbluh, revd., 551-552.

Wiggins, Deborah, rev., The Rise and Fall of Class in Britain, by Dave Cannadine, 128-129.

Williams, Carolyn, rev., The Price of Freedom: Slavery and Manumission in Baltimore and Early National Maryland, by T. Stephen Whitman, 280-281.

Williams, Jeffrey, rev., To Be Young Was Very Heaven: Women in New York Before the First World War, by Sandra Adickes, 263-264.

Women in Antebellum Reform, by Lori D. Ginzberg, revd., 267-268.

Women in Latin America and the Caribbean, by Marysa Navarro and Virginia Sánchez Korrol, revd., 273-274.

Wood, Curtis W., rev., Ireland in Conflict: 1922-1998, by T.G. Fraser, 409.

Woodard, Nelson E., rev., Air Power in the Age of Total War, by John Buckley, 127-128.

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