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ARCHIVES, Volume 37

Volume 37 of The History Teacher, Contents and Index

Volume 37 Contents

 November 2003 (Vol. 37, No. 1)

February 2004 (Vol. 37, No. 2)

May 2004 (Vol. 37, No. 3)

August 2004 (Vol. 37, No. 4)

Volume 37 Index

 Volume 37 (Nov. 2003, February 2004, May 2004, and August 2004)


Table of Contents
NOVEMBER 2003 ISSUE (Vol. 37, No. 1)

GENERAL
Does Nature Have Historical Agency? World History, Environmental History, and How Historians Can Help Save the Planet
by Richard C. Foltz

CRAFT OF TEACHING
Doing Original Research in an Undergraduate Environmental History Course
by Robert M. Rakoff

Eastern European Elites: Teaching About Aristocrats in the AP Curriculum
by Ellis Archer Wasson

SPECIAL SECTION:
ENVIRONMENTAL HISTORY IN ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES CLASSROOMS
Doing Environmental History in Environmental Studies Programs: Introduction
by Marcus Hall

Thickening Our Stories: Models for Using Environmental History as Context
by Brian Black

Putting History at the Core: History and Literature in Environmental Studies
by Kathryn Morse

Keeping the Academics in Service Learning Projects, or Teaching Environmental History to Tree Planters
by Mark Stemen

NOTES & COMMENTS
Recent Cold War Studies
by Ronn Pineo

SPECIAL FEATURE:
NATIONAL HISTORY DAY 2003 PRIZE ESSAYS
Introduction
by Nancy Quam-Wickham, Editor

Presidents, Congress, and the Use of Force: A Critique of Presidential Powers
by Jeremiah Kittredge, Senior Division

Aldo Leopold: An American Prophet
by Stephen J. Frese, Junior Division

REVIEWS
Alonso, Growing Up Abolitionist: The Story of the Garrison Children
by Kevin Gannon

Ambrosius, Wilsonianism: Woodrow Wilson and His Legacy in American Foreign Relations
by Jeffrey Williams

Barton and Logue, eds., The Civil War Soldier: A Historical Reader
by Gary T. Edwards

Chernus, General Eisenhower: Ideology and Discourse
by James L. Gormly

Cohen, ed., Dear Mrs. Roosevelt: Letters from Children of the Great Depression
by Margaret Rung

Collins and Gitelman, Thomas Edison and Modern America: A Brief History with Documents
by David A. Reid

Fichman, Evolutionary Theory and Victorian Culture
by David M. Fahey

McKanna, Jr., Race and Homicide in Nineteenth-Century California
by Abraham Hoffman

Murguía, The Medicine of Memory: A Mexica Clan in California
by William E. Doody

Mushkat, ed., A Citizen Soldier's Civil War: The Letters of Brevet Major General Alvin C. Boris
by Mark D. Kemp

Reed, The Holy Profane: Religion in Black Popular Music
by John Drabble

Szonert, World War II through Polish Eyes: In the Nazi-Soviet Grip
by Lee Baker

Toplin, Reel History: In Defense of Hollywood
by Matthew Stewart

Treadgold, A Concise History of Byzantium
by Sam Collins

Wilson and Drakeman, eds., Church and State in American History: Key Documents, Decisions, and Commentary From the Past Three Centuries, 3rd ed.
by Amanda Porterfield

Wilson, The Reconstruction Desegregation Debate: The Politics of Equality and the Rhetoric of Place, 1870-1875
by Michael E. Long

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
Eugene Asher Award for Distinguished Teaching

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FEBRUARY 2004 ISSUE (Vol. 37, No. 2)

THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
Fourth in a Special Series:
Internationalizing United States History
Internationalizing United States History
­Editor's Note
by Nancy Quam-Wickham, Editor, The History Teacher

Settling Accounts with Settler Societies: Strategies for Using Australian Women's History in a United States Women's History Class
by M. Alison Kibler
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Greater Expectations: Teaching and Assessing for Academic Skills and Knowledge in the General Education History Classroom
by Kevin M. Casey

Teaching High School History in the Context of Performance Based Standards: An Innovative Approach for Urban Schools
by Robert A. Scappini

Improving Critical Thinking Skills in the United States Survey Course: An Activity for Teaching the Vietnam War
by Wilson J. Warren, David M. Memory, and Kevin Bolinger

Teaching Japanese-American Incarceration
by Karen L. Miksch and David Ghere

BIBLIOGRAPHY
An Online Bibliography of Resources for the Study of Woman Suffrage
by Elizabeth Kenny Sparacino

NOTES & COMMENTS
The Idea of History Teaching: Using Collingwood's Idea of History to Promote Critical Thinking in the High School History Classroom
by Anthony E. Pattiz

REVIEWS
Assensoh and Alex-Assensoh, African Military History and Politics: Coups and Ideological Incursions, 1900-Present
by Alexander M. Bielakowski

Brown, Globalization and America since 1945
by Blaine T. Browne

Fowler, The Columbia Guide to American Indians of the Great Plains
by Thomas C. Rust

Go and Foster, eds., The American Colonial State in the Philippines: Global Perspectives
by Hal M. Friedman

Hall, Civilising Subjects: Metropole and Colony in the English Imagination 1830-1867
by Myron C. Noonkester

Howes and Herzenberg; forward, Weaver, Their Day in the Sun: Women of the Manhattan Project
by Barbara McGowan

Jones and Murphy, Israel Challenges to Identity, Democracy and the State
by Donna Robinson Divine

Kessell, Spain in the Southwest: A Narrative History of Colonial New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, and California
by Linda Heidenreich

Martínez-Fernández, Figueredo, Perez, Jr., and González, eds., Encyclopedia of Cuba: People, History, Culture, 2 vols.
by Giovanni Hortua

Perman, Emancipation and Reconstruction, 2nd edition
by James S. Baugess

Polakow, Daisy Bates: Civil Rights Crusader
by William E. Doody

Sacks, Understanding Emerson: "The American Scholar" and His Struggle For Self-Reliance
by Burton J. Bledstein

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
William Gilbert Award for Teaching Articles-2003 Recipient Named

Eugene Asher Award for Distinguished Teaching-Call for Nominations

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May 2004 ISSUE (Vol. 37, No. 3)

GENERAL
Innovative Ways to Look at New World Historical Geography
by W. Dirk Raat

THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
Fifth in a Special Series:
Internationalizing United States History
Internationalizing United States History
--Editor's Note
by Nancy Quam-Wickham, Editor, The History Teacher

"And, We Burned Down the White House, Too": American History, Canadian Undergraduates, and Nationalism
by James Tagg

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Using Structured Debate to Achieve Autonomous Student Discussion
by Elizabeth Green Musselman

Why Students Don't Get Evidence and What We Can Do About It
by Joel M. Sipress

Popular Culture and the Teaching of History: The Modern Caribbean History Course
by Kirwin R. Shaffer

THE STATE OF THE PROFESSION
History in the Digital Age: A Study of the Impact of Interactive Resources on Student Learning
by Deborah Vess

REVIEWS
Aronson, Witch-Hunt: Mysteries of the Salem Witch Trials
by Charles W. Clark

Bradford, ed., Atlas of American Military History
by Alexander M. Bielakowski

Lewis, The History of Argentina
by Ronn Pineo

Library of America, Reporting Civil Rights: Part One: American Journalism, 1941-1963 and Reporting Civil Rights: Part Two: American Journalism, 1963-1973
by Jonathan Rosenberg

Ostler, Dewdrops, Waldos, and Slackers: A Decade-by-Decade Guide to the Vanishing Vocabulary of the Twentieth Century
by Matthew Mooney

Scheid, auth., Lloyd, trans., An Introduction to Roman Religion
by Jack Wells

Selwyn and Maher, History in the Present Tense: Engaging Students Through Inquiry and Action
by John Shedd

Spongberg, Writing Women's History Since the Renaissance
by Jennifer Thigpen

Stearns, Western Civilization in World History
by Richardd Neitzel Holzapfel

Williams, Ratté and Andrian, Exploring World History: Ideas for Teachers
by Robert H. Blackman

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
William Gilbert Award for Teaching Articles-2003 Recipient Named

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August 2004 ISSUE (Vol. 37, No. 4)

THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
Teaching America's GAPE (or any other period) with Political Cartoons: A Systematic Approach to Primary Source Analysis
by Samuel J. Thomas

Teaching U.S. History Online: Problems and Prospects
by John F. Lyons

Public Opinion on Long Island about the Vietnam War: A School Year Project Using Local Sources and Perspectives in the Classroom and in Student Research Papers
by Charles Howlett

SPECIAL SECTION
OAH Panel: Race, Gender and Ethnicity in the United States History Survey

Race, Gender and Ethnicity in the United States History Survey: Introduction
by Michael Johanek

Surveying Gender: Another Look at the Way We Teach United States History
by Mary Frederickson

The Risks and Rewards of Teaching Race
by Jonathan M. Chu

Immigrant and Ethnic History in the United States Survey
by Diane C. Vecchio

Race and Gender Issues on the AP United States History Examination
by Uma Venkateswaran

Comment: Meeting the Challenges of the United States History Survey
by Michael Grossberg

NOTES AND COMMENTS
Teaching History at America's #1 High School
by Julie A. Taylor

REVIEWS
Alonso, ed., Women at The Hague: The International Congress of Women and Its Results
by Tisa M. Anders

Barber, Marching on Washington, The Forging of an American Political Tradition
by Judith Bentley

Childress, Chaucer's England
by J.M.B. Porter

Johnson, British Imperialism
by Newell D. Boyd

Mink and Solinger, Welfare: A Documentary History of U.S. Policy and Politics
by E. Wayne Carp

Moore, Booker T. Washington, W.E.B. Du Bois, and the Struggle for Racial Uplift
by Reginnia N. Williams

National Park Service, The Statue of Liberty National Monument and Ellis Island Teaching Guide [Lesson Plans]
by D. Antonio Cantu

Rollins and O'Conner, eds., Shenkman, fwd., Hollywood's White House: the American Presidency in Film and History
by Matthew Mooney

Shectman, Groundbreaking Scientific Experiments, Inventions and Discoveries of the 18th Century
by Garth D. Reese Jr.

Taylor and Moore, eds., African American Women Confront the West, 1600-2000
by Jackie R. Booker

Veenendaal, American Railroads in the Nineteenth Century
by Roger L. Nichols

Williams, Voyages of Delusion: The Quest for the Northwest Passage
by Thomas C. Rust

SPECIAL SECTION
Annual Volume Index

Index to Volume 37

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Index
VOLUME 37

November 2003: 1-144
February 2004: 145-272
May 2004: 273-416
August 2004: 417-560

SPECIAL SECTIONS
Special Announcements
Eugene Asher Award for Distinguished Teaching-Call for Nominations, 38, 268.
William Gilbert Award for Teaching Articles-2003 Recipient Named, 250, 350.

Special Features
Environmental History in Environmental Studies Classrooms

Black, Brian, "Thickening Our Stories: Models for Using Environmental History as Context," 57-66.

"Doing Environmental History in Environmental Studies Programs: Introduction," by Marcus Hall, 51-55.

Hall, Marcus, "Doing Environmental History in Environmental Studies Programs: Introduction," 51-55.

"Keeping the Academics in Service Learning Projects, or Teaching Environmental History to Tree Planters," by Mark Stemen, 73-78.

Morse, Kathryn, "Putting History at the Core: History and Literature in Environmental Studies," 67-72.

"Putting History at the Core: History and Literature in Environmental Studies," by Kathryn Morse, 67-72.

Stemen, Mark, "Keeping the Academics in Service Learning Projects, or Teaching Environmental History to Tree Planters," 73-78.

"Thickening Our Stories: Models for Using Environmental History as Context," by Brian Black, 57-66.

National History Day 2003 Prize Essays
"Aldo Leopold: An American Prophet," by Stephen J. Frese, 99-118.

Frese, Stephen J., "Aldo Leopold: An American Prophet," 99-118.

"Introduction," by Nancy Quam-Wickham, 87-88.

Kittredge, Jeremiah, "Presidents, Congress, and the Use of Force: A Critique of Presidential Powers," 89-98.

"Presidents, Congress, and the Use of Force: A Critique of Presidential Powers," by Jeremiah Kittredge, 89-98.

Quam-Wickham, Nancy, "Introduction," 87-88.

OAH Panel: Race, Gender and Ethnicity in the United States History Survey
Chu, Jonathan M., "Risks and Rewards of Teaching Race, The," 484-93.

"Comment: Meeting the Challenges of the United States History Survey," by Michael Grossberg, 512-16.

Frederickson, Mary, "Surveying Gender: Another Look at the Way We Teach United States History," 476-84.

Grossberg, Michael, "Comment: Meeting the Challenges of the United States History Survey," 512-16.

"Immigrant and Ethnic History in the United States Survey," by Diane C. Vecchio, 494-500.

Johanek, Michael, "Race, Gender and Ethnicity in the United States History Survey: Introduction," 473-76.

"Race and Gender Issues on the AP United States History Examination," by Uma Venkateswaran, 501-12.

"Race, Gender and Ethnicity in the United States History Survey: Introduction," by Michael Johanek, 473-76.

"Risks and Rewards of Teaching Race, The," by Jonathan M. Chu, 484-93.

"Surveying Gender: Another Look at the Way We Teach United States History," by Mary Frederickson, 476-84.

Vecchio, Diane C., "Immigrant and Ethnic History in the United States Survey," 494-500.

Venkateswaran, Uma, "Race and Gender Issues on the AP United States History Examination," 501-12.

STANDARD SECTIONS
General Subject

"Does Nature Have Historical Agency? World History, Environmental History, and How Historians Can Help Save the Planet," by Richard C. Foltz, 9-28.

Foltz, Richard C., "Does Nature Have Historical Agency? World History, Environmental History, and How Historians Can Help Save the Planet," 9-28.

"Innovative Ways to Look at New World Historical Geography," by W. Dirk Raat, 281-306.

Raat, W. Dirk, "Innovative Ways to Look at New World Historical Geography," 281-306.

Bibliography
"An Online Bibliography of Resources for the Study of Woman Suffrage," by Elizabeth Kenny Sparacino, 229-38.
Sparacino, Elizabeth Kenny, "An Online Bibliography of Resources for the Study of Woman Suffrage," 229-38.

The Craft of Teaching
Bolinger, Kevin, co-auth., "Improving Critical Thinking Skills in the United States Survey Course: An Activity for Teaching the Vietnam War," 193-209.

Casey, Kevin M., "Greater Expectations: Teaching and Assessing for Academic Skills and Knowledge in the General Education History Classroom," 171-81.

"Doing Original Research in an Undergraduate Environmental History Course," by Robert M. Rakoff, 29-37.

"Eastern European Elites: Teaching About Aristocrats in the AP Curriculum," by Ellis Archer Wasson, 39-49.

Ghere, David, co-auth., "Teaching Japanese-American Incarceration," 211-27.

"Greater Expectations: Teaching and Assessing for Academic Skills and Knowledge in the General Education History Classroom," by Kevin M. Casey, 171-81.

Howlett, Charles, "Public Opinion on Long Island about the Vietnam War: A School Year Project Using Local Sources and Perspectives in the Classroom and in Student Research Papers," 457-72.

"Improving Critical Thinking Skills in the United States Survey Course: An Activity for Teaching the Vietnam War," by Wilson J. Warren, David M. Memory, and Kevin Bolinger, 193-209.

Lyons, John F., "Teaching U.S. History Online: Problems and Prospects," 447-56.

Memory, David M., co-auth., "Improving Critical Thinking Skills in the United States Survey Course: An Activity for Teaching the Vietnam War," 193-209.

Miksch, Karen L., co-auth., "Teaching Japanese-American Incarceration," 211-27.

Musselman, Elizabeth Green, "Using Structured Debate to Achieve Autonomous Student Discussion," 335-49.

"Popular Culture and the Teaching of History: The Modern Caribbean History Course," by Kirwin R. Shaffer, 365-83.

"Public Opinion on Long Island about the Vietnam War: A School Year Project Using Local Sources and Perspectives in the Classroom and in Student Research Papers," by Charles Howlett, 457-72.

Rakoff, Robert M., "Doing Original Research in an Undergraduate Environmental History Course," 29-37.

Scappini, Robert A., "Teaching High School History in the Context of Performance Based Standards: An Innovative Approach for Urban Schools," 183-91.

Shaffer, Kirwin R., "Popular Culture and the Teaching of History: The Modern Caribbean History Course," 365-83.

Sipress, Joel M., "Why Students Don't Get Evidence and What We Can Do About It," 351-63.

"Teaching America's GAPE (or any other period) with Political Cartoons: A Systematic Approach to Primary Source Analysis," by Samuel J. Thomas, 425-46.

"Teaching High School History in the Context of Performance Based Standards: An Innovative Approach for Urban Schools," by Robert A. Scappini, 183-91.

"Teaching Japanese-American Incarceration," by Karen L. Miksch and David Ghere, 211-27.

"Teaching U.S. History Online: Problems and Prospects," by John F. Lyons, 447-56.

Thomas, Samuel J., "Teaching America's GAPE (or any other period) with Political Cartoons: A Systematic Approach to Primary Source Analysis," 425-46.

"Using Structured Debate to Achieve Autonomous Student Discussion," by Elizabeth Green Musselman, 335-49.

Warren, Wilson J., co-auth., "Improving Critical Thinking Skills in the United States Survey Course: An Activity for Teaching the Vietnam War," 193-209.

Wasson, Ellis Archer, "Eastern European Elites: Teaching About Aristocrats in the AP Curriculum," 39-49.

"Why Students Don't Get Evidence and What We Can Do About It," by Joel M. Sipress, 351-63.

The Craft of Teaching: Continuing Series
Internationalizing United States History

"'And, We Burned Down the White House, Too': American History, Canadian Undergraduates, and Nationalism," by James Tagg, 309-34.

"Internationalizing United States History-Editor's Note," by Nancy Quam-Wickham, 153-54, 307-08.

Kibler, M. Alison, "Settling Accounts with Settler Societies: Strategies for Using Australian Women's History in a United States Women's History Class," 155-70.

Quam-Wickham, Nancy, "Internationalizing United States History-Editor's Note," 153-54, 307-08.

"Settling Accounts with Settler Societies: Strategies for Using Australian Women's History in a United States Women's History Class," by M. Alison Kibler, 155-70.

Tagg, James, "'And, We Burned Down the White House, Too': American History, Canadian Undergraduates, and Nationalism," 309-34.

Notes and Comments
"Idea of History Teaching, The: Using Collingwood's Idea of History to Promote Critical Thinking in the High School History Classroom," by Anthony E. Pattiz, 239-49.

Pattiz, Anthony E., "The Idea of History Teaching: Using Collingwood's Idea of History to Promote Critical Thinking in the High School History Classroom," 239-49.

Pineo, Ronn, "Recent Cold War Studies," 79-86.

"Recent Cold War Studies," by Ronn Pineo, 79-86.

Taylor, Julie A., "Teaching History at America's #1 High School," 517-31.

"Teaching History at America's #1 High School," by Julie A. Taylor, 517-31.

The State of the Profession
"History in the Digital Age: A Study of the Impact of Interactive Resources on Student Learning," by Deborah Vess, 385-99.

Vess, Deborah, "History in the Digital Age: A Study of the Impact of Interactive Resources on Student Learning," 385-99.

REVIEWS
A Citizen Soldier's Civil War: The Letters of Brevet Major General Alvin C. Boris, ed. by Jerome Mushkat, revd., 130-31.

A Concise History of Byzantium, by Warren Treadgold, revd., 136.

African American Women Confront the West, 1600-2000, ed. by Quintard Taylor and Shirley Ann Wilson Moore, revd., 545-46.

African Military History and Politics: Coups and Ideological Incursions, 1900-Present, by A.B. Assensoh and Yvette M. Alex-Assensoh, revd., 251-52.

Alex-Assensoh, Yvette M., African Military History and Politics: Coups and Ideological Incursions, 1900-Present, revd., 251-52.

Alonso, Harriet Hyman, ed., Women at The Hague: The International Congress of Women and Its Results, revd., 533-34.

Alonso, Harriet Hyman, Growing Up Abolitionist: The Story of the Garrison Children, revd., 119-20.

Ambrosius, Lloyd F., Wilsonianism: Woodrow Wilson and His Legacy in American Foreign Relations, revd., 120-21.

American Colonial State in the Philippines, The: Global Perspectives, ed. by Julian Go and Anne L. Foster, revd., 254-56.

American Railroads in the Nineteenth Century, by Augustus J. Veenendaal, revd., 546-47.

An Introduction to Roman Religion, by John Scheid., trans. by Janet Lloyd, revd., 406-07.

Anders, Tisa M., rev., Women at The Hague: The International Congress of Women and Its Results, ed. by Harriet Hyman Alonso, 533-34.

Andrian, Robert K., co-auth., Exploring World History: Ideas for Teachers, revd., 411-12.

Aronson, Marc, Witch-Hunt: Mysteries of the Salem Witch Trials, revd., 401-02.

Assensoh , A.B., co-auth., African Military History and Politics: Coups and Ideological Incursions, 1900-Present, revd., 251-52.

Atlas of American Military History, ed. by James C. Bradford, revd., 402.

Baker. Lee, rev., World War II through Polish Eyes: In the Nazi-Soviet Grip, by M.B. Szonert, 133-34.

Barber, Lucy G., Marching on Washington, The Forging of an American Political Tradition, revd., 534-35.

Barton, Michael, co-ed., The Civil War Soldier: A Historical Reader, revd., 122.

Baugess, James S., rev., Emancipation and Reconstruction, 2nd edition, by Michael Perman, 263-64.

Bentley, Judith, rev., Marching on Washington, The Forging of an American Political Tradition, by Lucy G. Barber, 534-35.

Bielakowski, Alexander M., rev., African Military History and Politics: Coups and Ideological Incursions, 1900-Present, by A.B. Assensoh and Yvette M. Alex-Assensoh, 251-52.

Bielakowski, Alexander M., rev., Atlas of American Military History, ed. by James C. Bradford, 402.

Blackman, Robert H., rev., Exploring World History: Ideas for Teachers, by Mark Williams, Lou Ratté and Robert K. Andrian, 411-12.

Bledstein, Burton J., rev., Understanding Emerson: "The American Scholar" and His Struggle For Self-Reliance, by Kenneth Sacks, 265-67.

Booker T. Washington, W.E.B. Du Bois, and the Struggle for Racial Uplift, by Jacqueline M. Moore, revd., 539-40.

Booker, Jackie R., rev., African American Women Confront the West, 1600-2000, ed. by Quintard Taylor and Shirley Ann Wilson Moore, 545-46.

Boyd, Newell D., rev., British Imperialism, by Robert Johnson, 537-38.

Bradford, James C., ed., Atlas of American Military History, revd., 402.

British Imperialism, by Robert Johnson, revd., 537-38.

Brown, D. Clayton, Globalization and America since 1945, revd., 252-53.

Browne, Blaine T., rev., Globalization and America since 1945, by D. Clayton Brown, 252-53.

Cantu, D. Antonio, rev., Statue of Liberty National Monument and Ellis Island Teaching Guide, The [Lesson Plans], by National Park Service, 541-42.

Carp, E. Wayne, rev., Welfare: A Documentary History of U.S. Policy and Politics, by Gwendolyn Mink and Rickie Solinger, 538-39.

Chaucer's England, by Diana Childress, revd., 536-37.

Chernus, Ira, General Eisenhower: Ideology and Discourse, revd., 123-24.

Childress, Diana, Chaucer's England, revd., 536-37.

Church and State in American History: Key Documents, Decisions, and Commentary From the Past Three Centuries, 3rd ed., ed. by John F. Wilson and Donald L. Drakeman, revd., 137-38.

Civil War Soldier, The: A Historical Reader, by Michael Barton and Larry M. Logue, eds., revd., 122.

Civilising Subjects: Metropole and Colony in the English Imagination 1830-1867, by Catherine Hall, revd., 256-57.

Clark, Charles W., rev., Witch-Hunt: Mysteries of the Salem Witch Trials, by Marc Aronson, 401-02.

Cohen, Robert, ed., Dear Mrs. Roosevelt: Letters from Children of the Great Depression, revd., 124-25.

Collins , Theresa M., co-auth., Thomas Edison and Modern America: A Brief History with Documents, revd., 125-26.

Collins, Sam, rev., A Concise History of Byzantium, by Warren Treadgold, 136.

Columbia Guide to American Indians of the Great Plains, The, by Loretta Fowler, revd., 253-54.

Daisy Bates: Civil Rights Crusader, by Amy Polakow, revd., 264-65.

Dear Mrs. Roosevelt: Letters from Children of the Great Depression, ed. by Robert Cohen, revd., 124-25.

Dewdrops, Waldos, and Slackers: A Decade-by-Decade Guide to the Vanishing Vocabulary of the Twentieth Century, by Rosemarie Ostler, revd., 405-06.

Divine, Donna Robinson, rev., Israel Challenges to Identity, Democracy and the State, by Clive Jones and Emma C. Murphy, 259-60.

Doody, William E., rev., Daisy Bates: Civil Rights Crusader, by Amy Polakow, 264-65.

Doody, William E., rev., The Medicine of Memory: A Mexica Clan in California, by Alejandro Murguía, 129-30.

Drabble, John, rev., The Holy Profane: Religion in Black Popular Music, by Teresa L. Reed, 132-33.

Drakeman, Donald L., co-ed., Church and State in American History: Key Documents, Decisions, and Commentary From the Past Three Centuries, 3rd ed., revd., 137-38.

Edwards, Gary T., rev., The Civil War Soldier: A Historical Reader, ed. by Michael Barton and Larry M. Logue, 122.

Emancipation and Reconstruction, 2nd edition, by Michael Perman, revd., 263-64.

Encyclopedia of Cuba: People, History, Culture, 2 vols., ed. by Luis Martínez-Fernández, D.H. Figueredo, Louis A. Perez, Jr., and Luis González, revd., 262-63.

Evolutionary Theory and Victorian Culture, by Martin Fichman, revd., 127-28.

Exploring World History: Ideas for Teachers, by Mark Williams, Lou Ratté and Robert K. Andrian, revd., 411-12.

Fahey, David M., rev., Evolutionary Theory and Victorian Culture, by Martin Fichman, 127-28.

Fichman, Martin, Evolutionary Theory and Victorian Culture, revd., 127-28.

Figueredo, D.H., co-ed., Encyclopedia of Cuba: People, History, Culture, 2 vols., revd., 262-63.

Foster, Anne L., co-ed., The American Colonial State in the Philippines: Global Perspectives, revd., 254-56.

Fowler, Loretta, The Columbia Guide to American Indians of the Great Plains, revd., 253-54.

Friedman, Hal M., rev., The American Colonial State in the Philippines: Global Perspectives, ed. by Julian Go and Anne L. Foster, 254-56.

Gannon, Kevin. rev., Growing Up Abolitionist: The Story of the Garrison Children, by Harriet Hyman Alonso, 119-20.

General Eisenhower: Ideology and Discourse, by Ira Chernus, revd., 123-24.

Gitelman, Lisa, co-auth., Thomas Edison and Modern America: A Brief History with Documents, revd., 125-26.

Globalization and America since 1945, by D. Clayton Brown, revd., 252-53.

Go, Julian, co-ed., The American Colonial State in the Philippines: Global Perspectives, revd., 254-56.

González, Luis, co-ed., Encyclopedia of Cuba: People, History, Culture, 2 vols., revd., 262-63.

Gormly, James L., rev., General Eisenhower: Ideology and Discourse, by Ira Chernus, 123-24.

Groundbreaking Scientific Experiments, Inventions and Discoveries of the 18th Century, by Jonathan Shectman, revd., 544-45.

Growing Up Abolitionist: The Story of the Garrison Children, by Harriet Hyman Alonso, revd., 119-20.

Hall, Catherine, Civilising Subjects: Metropole and Colony in the English Imagination 1830-1867, revd., 256-57.

Heidenreich, Linda, rev., Spain in the Southwest: A Narrative History of Colonial New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, and California, by John L. Kessell, 260-61.

Herzenberg, Caroline L., co-auth., Their Day in the Sun: Women of the Manhattan Project, revd., 258-59.

History in the Present Tense: Engaging Students Through Inquiry and Action, by Douglas Selwyn and Jan Maher, revd., 407-08.

History of Argentina, The, by Daniel K. Lewis, revd., 402-04.

Hoffman, Abraham, rev., Race and Homicide in Nineteenth-Century California, by Clare V. McKanna, Jr., 128-29.

Hollywood's White House: the American Presidency in Film and History, ed. by Peter C. Rollins and John E. O'Conner, fwd. by Richard Shenkman, revd., 542-43.

Holy Profane, The: Religion in Black Popular Music, by Teresa L. Reed, revd., 132-33.

Holzapfel, Richardd Neitzel, rev., Western Civilization in World History, by Peter N. Stearns, 410-11.

Hortua, Giovanni, rev., Encyclopedia of Cuba: People, History, Culture, 2 vols., ed. by Luis Martínez-Fernández, D.H. Figueredo, Louis A. Perez, Jr., and Luis González, 262-63.

Howes, Ruth H., co-auth., Their Day in the Sun: Women of the Manhattan Project, revd., 258-59.

Israel Challenges to Identity, Democracy and the State, by Clive Jones and Emma C. Murphy, revd., 259-60.

Johnson, Robert, British Imperialism, revd., 537-38.

Jones, Clive, co-auth., Israel Challenges to Identity, Democracy and the State, revd., 259-60.

Kemp, Mark D., rev., A Citizen Soldier's Civil War: The Letters of Brevet Major General Alvin C. Boris, ed. by Jerome Mushkat, 130-31.

Kessell, John L., Spain in the Southwest: A Narrative History of Colonial New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, and California, revd., 260-61.

Lewis, Daniel K., The History of Argentina, revd., 402-04.

Library of America, Reporting Civil Rights: Part One: American Journalism, 1941-1963 and Reporting Civil Rights: Part Two: American Journalism, 1963-1973, revd., 404-05.

Lloyd, Janet, trans., An Introduction to Roman Religion, revd., 406-07.

Logue, Larry M., co-ed., The Civil War Soldier: A Historical Reader, revd., 122.

Long, Michael E., rev., The Reconstruction Desegregation Debate: The Politics of Equality and the Rhetoric of Place, 1870-1875, by Kirt H. Wilson, 138-39.

Maher, Jan, co-auth., History in the Present Tense: Engaging Students Through Inquiry and Action, revd., 407-08.

Marching on Washington, The Forging of an American Political Tradition, by Lucy G. Barber, revd., 534-35.

Martínez-Fernández, Luis, co-ed., Encyclopedia of Cuba: People, History, Culture, 2 vols., revd., 262-63.

McGowan, Barbara, rev., Their Day in the Sun: Women of the Manhattan Project, by Ruth H. Howes and Caroline L. Herzenberg, fwd. by Ellen C. Weaver, 258-59.

McKanna, Jr., Clare V., Race and Homicide in Nineteenth-Century California, revd., 128-29.

Medicine of Memory, The: A Mexica Clan in California, by Alejandro Murguía, revd., 129-30.

Mink, Gwendolyn, co-auth., Welfare: A Documentary History of U.S. Policy and Politics, revd., 538-39.

Mooney, Matthew, rev., Dewdrops, Waldos, and Slackers: A Decade-by-Decade Guide to the Vanishing Vocabulary of the Twentieth Century, by Rosemarie Ostler, 405-06.

Mooney, Matthew, rev., Hollywood's White House: the American Presidency in Film and History, ed. by Peter C. Rollins and John E. O'Conner, fwd. by Richard Shenkman, 542-43.

Moore, Jacqueline M., Booker T. Washington, W.E.B. Du Bois, and the Struggle for Racial Uplift, revd., 539-40.

Moore, Shirley Ann Wilson, co-ed., African American Women Confront the West, 1600-2000, revd., 545-46.

Murguía, Alejandro, The Medicine of Memory: A Mexica Clan in California, revd., 129-30.

Murphy, Emma C., co-auth., Israel Challenges to Identity, Democracy and the State, revd., 259-60.

Mushkat, Jerome, ed., A Citizen Soldier's Civil War: The Letters of Brevet Major General Alvin C. Boris, revd., 130-31.

National Park Service, The Statue of Liberty National Monument and Ellis Island Teaching Guide [Lesson Plans], revd., 541-42.

Nichols, Roger L., rev., American Railroads in the Nineteenth Century, by Augustus J. Veenendaal, 546-47.

Noonkester, Myron C., rev., Civilising Subjects: Metropole and Colony in the English Imagination 1830-1867, by Catherine Hall, 256-57.

O'Conner, John E., co-ed., Hollywood's White House: the American Presidency in Film and History, revd., 542-43.

Ostler, Rosemarie, Dewdrops, Waldos, and Slackers: A Decade-by-Decade Guide to the Vanishing Vocabulary of the Twentieth Century, revd., 405-06.

Perez, Jr., Louis A., co-ed., Encyclopedia of Cuba: People, History, Culture, 2 vols., revd., 262-63.

Perman, Michael, Emancipation and Reconstruction, 2nd edition, revd., 263-64.

Pineo, Ronn, rev., The History of Argentina, by Daniel K. Lewis, 402-04.

Polakow, Amy, Daisy Bates: Civil Rights Crusader, revd., 264-65.

Porter, J.M.B., rev., Chaucer's England, by Diana Childress, 536-37.

Porterfield, Amanda, rev., Church and State in American History: Key Documents, Decisions, and Commentary From the Past Three Centuries, 3rd ed., ed. by John F. Wilson and Donald L. Drakeman, 137-38.

Race and Homicide in Nineteenth-Century California, by Clare V. McKanna, Jr., revd., 128-29.

Ratté, Lou, co-auth., Exploring World History: Ideas for Teachers, revd., 411-12.

Reconstruction Desegregation Debate, The: The Politics of Equality and the Rhetoric of Place, 1870-1875, by Kirt H. Wilson, revd., 138-39.

Reed, Teresa L., The Holy Profane: Religion in Black Popular Music, revd., 132-33.

Reel History: In Defense of Hollywood, by Robert Brent Toplin, revd., 134-35.

Reese Jr., Garth D., rev., Groundbreaking Scientific Experiments, Inventions and Discoveries of the 18th Century, by Jonathan Shectman, 544-45.

Reid, David A., rev., Thomas Edison and Modern America: A Brief History with Documents, by Theresa M. Collins and Lisa Gitelman, 125-26.

Reporting Civil Rights: Part One: American Journalism, 1941-1963 and Reporting Civil Rights: Part Two: American Journalism, 1963-1973, by Library of America, revd., 404-05.

Rollins, Peter C., co-ed., Hollywood's White House: the American Presidency in Film and History, revd., 542-43.

Rosenberg, Jonathan , rev., Reporting Civil Rights: Part One: American Journalism, 1941-1963 and Reporting Civil Rights: Part Two: American Journalism, 1963-1973, by Library of America, 404-05.

Rung, Margaret, rev., Dear Mrs. Roosevelt: Letters from Children of the Great Depression, ed. by Robert Cohen, 124-25.

Rust, Thomas C., rev., Columbia Guide to American Indians of the Great Plains, The, by Loretta Fowler, 253-54.

Rust, Thomas C., rev., Voyages of Delusion: The Quest for the Northwest Passage, by Glyn Williams, 547-48.

Sacks, Kenneth, Understanding Emerson: "The American Scholar" and His Struggle For Self-Reliance, revd., 265-67.

Scheid, John, An Introduction to Roman Religion, revd., 406-07.

Selwyn, Douglas, co-auth., History in the Present Tense: Engaging Students Through Inquiry and Action, revd., 407-08.

Shectman, Jonathan, Groundbreaking Scientific Experiments, Inventions and Discoveries of the 18th Century, revd., 544-45.

Shedd, John, rev., History in the Present Tense: Engaging Students Through Inquiry and Action, by Douglas Selwyn and Jan Maher, 407-08.

Shenkman, Richard, fwd., Hollywood's White House: the American Presidency in Film and History, revd., 542-43.

Solinger, Rickie, co-auth., Welfare: A Documentary History of U.S. Policy and Politics, revd., 538-39.

Spain in the Southwest: A Narrative History of Colonial New Mexico, Arizona, Texas, and California, by John L. Kessell, revd., 260-61.

Spongberg, Mary, Writing Women's History Since the Renaissance, revd., 409-10.

Statue of Liberty National Monument and Ellis Island Teaching Guide, The [Lesson Plans], by National Park Service, revd., 541-42.

Stearns, Peter N., Western Civilization in World History, revd., 410-11.

Stewart, Matthew, rev., Reel History: In Defense of Hollywood, by Robert Brent Toplin, 134-35.

Szonert, M.B., World War II through Polish Eyes: In the Nazi-Soviet Grip, revd., 133-34.

Taylor, Quintard, co-ed., African American Women Confront the West, 1600-2000, revd., 545-46.

Their Day in the Sun: Women of the Manhattan Project, by Ruth H. Howes and Caroline L. Herzenberg, fwd. by Ellen C. Weaver, revd., 258-59.

Thigpen, Jennifer, rev., Writing Women's History Since the Renaissance, by Mary Spongberg, 409-10.

Thomas Edison and Modern America: A Brief History with Documents, by Theresa M. Collins and Lisa Gitelman, revd., 125-26.

Toplin, Robert Brent, Reel History: In Defense of Hollywood, revd., 134-35.

Treadgold, Warren., A Concise History of Byzantium, revd., 136.

Understanding Emerson: "The American Scholar" and His Struggle For Self-Reliance, by Kenneth Sacks, revd., 265-67.

Veenendaal, Augustus J., American Railroads in the Nineteenth Century, revd., 546-47.

Voyages of Delusion: The Quest for the Northwest Passage, by Glyn Williams, revd., 547-48.

Weaver, Ellen C., fwd., Their Day in the Sun: Women of the Manhattan Project, revd., 258-59.

Welfare: A Documentary History of U.S. Policy and Politics, by Gwendolyn Mink and Rickie Solinger, revd., 538-39.

Wells, Jack, rev., An Introduction to Roman Religion, by John Scheid, trans. by Janet Lloyd, 406-07.

Western Civilization in World History, by Peter N. Stearns, revd., 410-11.

Williams, Glyn, Voyages of Delusion: The Quest for the Northwest Passage, revd., 547-48.

Williams, Jeffrey, rev., Wilsonianism: Woodrow Wilson and His Legacy in American Foreign Relations, by Lloyd F. Ambrosius, 120-21.

Williams, Mark, co-auth., Exploring World History: Ideas for Teachers, revd., 411-12.

Williams, Reginnia N., rev., Booker T. Washington, W.E.B. Du Bois, and the Struggle for Racial Uplift, by Jacqueline M. Moore, 539-40.

Wilson, John F., co-ed., Church and State in American History: Key Documents, Decisions, and Commentary From the Past Three Centuries, 3rd ed., revd., 137-38.

Wilson, Kirt H., The Reconstruction Desegregation Debate: The Politics of Equality and the Rhetoric of Place, 1870-1875, revd., 138-39.

Wilsonianism: Woodrow Wilson and His Legacy in American Foreign Relations, by Lloyd F. Ambrosius, revd., 120-21.

Witch-Hunt: Mysteries of the Salem Witch Trials, by Marc Aronson, revd., 401-02.

Women at The Hague: The International Congress of Women and Its Results, ed. by Harriet Hyman Alonso, revd., 533-34.

World War II through Polish Eyes: In the Nazi-Soviet Grip, by M.B. Szonert, revd., 133-34.

Writing Women's History Since the Renaissance, by Mary Spongberg, revd., 409-10.

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