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ARCHIVES, Volume 38

Volume 38 of The History Teacher, Contents and Index

Volume 38 Contents

 November 2004 (Vol. 38, No. 1)

February 2005 (Vol. 38, No. 2)

May 2005 (Vol. 38, No. 3)

August 2005 (Vol. 38, No. 4)

Volume 38 Index

 Volume 38 (November 2004, February 2005, May 2005, and August 2005)


Table of Contents
NOVEMBER 2004 ISSUE (Vol. 38, No. 1)

THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
Teaching the 1960s with Primary Sources
by Peter B. Levy

THE STATE OF THE PROFESSION
Implementing Assessment and Improving Undergraduate Writing: One Department's Experience
by Russell Olwell and Ronald Delph

SPECIAL FEATURE: NATIONAL HISTORY DAY 2004 PRIZE ESSAYS
Introduction
by Nancy Quam-Wickham, Editor, The History Teacher

Comrade Khrushchev and Farmer Garst: East-West Encounters Foster Agricultural Exchange
by Stephen J. Frese, Senior Division

Fifty Years After Brown: Tarnished Gold, Broken Promises
by Julie Gantz, Junior Division

NOTES AND COMMENTS
Strategies for Improving the Advanced Placement Examination Scores of AP Social Studies Students
by R. Mason Goss

REVIEWS
Caroli, First Ladies: From Martha Washington to Laura Bush, 3rd ed.
by Rachel Hays Williams

Corbett and Naugle, eds., Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness: Documents in American History
by John Bryan

Garroutte, Real Indians: Identity and the Survival of Native America
by Lisa E. Emmerich

Gerwin and Zevin, Teaching U.S. History as Mystery
by J.D. Bowers

Hunter, How Young Ladies Became Girls: The Victorian Origins of American Girlhood
by Lynn Y. Weiner

Leavy, Sandy Koufax: A Lefty's Legacy
by Amy Essington

Lipson, dir.; Lipson, Sadoff and Sadoff, prods., Standing on My Sisters' Shoulders
and
Hamilton, dir., Armian, Demme, Hamilton, and Viola, prods., Beah: A Black Woman Speaks
by Joe P. Dunn

Manning, Navigating World History: Historians Create a Global Past
by Robert A. Pierce

Morton, The American Revolution
by John Donoghue

Paulsson, Secret City: The Hidden Jews of Warsaw, 1940-1945
by Guillaume de Syon

Peterson, Jump Back in Time: A Living History Resource
by D. Antonio Cantu

Polishuk, Sticking to the Union: An Oral History of the Life and Times of Julia Ruuttila
by Martin Halpern

Rosenberg, Financial Missionaries to the World: The Politics and Culture of Dollar Diplomacy, 1900-1930
by Jerald Combs

Salmond, The Trial of the Cannibal Dog: The Remarkable Story of Captain Cook's Encounters in the South Seas
by Thom

Sinisi, Sacred Debts: State Civil War Claims and American Federalism, 1861-1880
by Paul Horton

Smith, Extraordinary Women from U.S. History: Readers Theatre for Grades 4-8
by Clair W. Keller

Woodger and Toropov, Encyclopedia of the Lewis and Clark Expedition
by James T. Carroll

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FEBRUARY 2005 ISSUE (Vol. 38, No. 2)

GENERAL
Eastern Europe in Western Civilization Textbooks: The Example of Poland
by John J. Kulczycki

Teaching History in Russia After the Collapse of the USSR
by Tatyana Volodina

THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
Teaching the Nazi Dictatorship: Focus on Youth
by Stephen Pagaard

Digging Into History: Authentic Learning through Archeology
by Matt Glendinning

Looking for Laura Secord on the Web: Using a Famous Figure from the War of 1812 as a Model for Evaluating Historical Web Sites
by Marsha Ann Tate

THE STATE OF THE PROFESSION
Issues and Options in Creating a National Assessment in World History
by Robert B. Bain and Tamara L. Shreiner

REVIEWS
Bingham, Mordecai: An Early American Family
by Arlene Lazarowitz

Eubank, The Origins of World War II, Third Edition
by Amy R. Sims

Fromkin, Europe's Last Summer: Who Started the Great War in 1914?
by Matthew Stewart

Klein, A Population History of the United States
by John Bryan

McManus, The Americans at D-Day: The American Experience at the Normandy Invasion
by Jeffrey S. Crompton

Picard, Elizabeth's London: Everyday Life in Elizabethan London
by Roy Schreiber

Schwartz, Baptist Faith in Action: The Private Writings of Maria Baker Taylor, 1813-1895
by Phillip Luke Simitiere

Wadman and Allison, Navigating World History: Historians Create a Global Past
by Alexander L. Gerould

Weigley, A Great Civil War: A Military and Political History, 1861-1865
by Kenneth W. Noe

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May 2005 ISSUE (Vol. 38, No. 3)

IN MEMORIAM
In Memoriam: Nadine Hata, 1941-2005
by William A. Weber

GENERAL
The French Revolution on Film: American and French Perspectives
by Casey Harison

THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
Looking for Zalman: Making Historical Scholarship Visible to Undergraduates
by Ellen Eisenberg

Assessing Investigative Skills in History: A Case Study from Scotland
by Peter Hillis

THE STATE OF THE PROFESSION
Bridging Learning Communities: A Summer Workshop for Social Studies Teachers
by James J. Carpenter, Thomas Dublin, and Penelope Harper

CONTINUING SERIES
Interview With Exemplary Teachers: Nancy A. Hewitt
Introduction by Roy Rosenzweig
Interview by Sharon Leon

HISTORIOGRAPHY
The Changing Face of Diplomatic History: A Literature Review
by Brenda Gayle Plummer

REVIEWS
Bernstein, Thomas Jefferson: The Revolution of Ideas
by Douglas R. Egerton

Conn, History's Shadow: Native Americans and Historical Consciousness in the Nineteenth Century
by Charles L. P. Silet

Copeland, The Antebellum Era: Primary Documents on Events from 1820 to 1860
by Brett Mizelle

Danziger and Gillingham, 1215: The Year of Magna Carta
by Robert L. Woods, Jr.

Dawisha, Arab Nationalism in the Twentieth Century: From Triumph to Despair
by Frank P. Tipton

Doutrich, Shapers of the Great Debate on Jacksonian Democracy: A Biographical Dictionary
by Jonathan Turchek

Evans, The Social Studies Wars: What Should We Teach the Children?
by Wilson J. Warren

Finnen, Talking Drums: Reading and Writing with African-American Stories, Spirituals, and Multimedia Resources
by James T. Carroll

Frantzen, Bloody Good: Chivalry, Sacrifice, and the Great War
by Tom Lamont

Fromkin, Europe's Last Summer: Who Started the Great War in 1914?
by Matthew Stewart

Gilbert and Reynolds, Africa in World History: From Prehistory to the Present
by John David Leaver

Halpern, Unions, Radicals, and Democratic Presidents: Seeking Social Change in the Twentieth Century
by Gregory L. Kaster

Hutton, Philippe Ariès and the Politics of French Cultural History
by Robert H. Blackman

King, Budweisers into Czechs and Germans: A Local History of Bohemian Politics 1848-1948
by Caitlin Murdock

Lambert, dir., Deadly Enemies
by Jacob Darwin Hamblin

Rees and Pollack, eds., The Voice of the People: Primary Sources on the History of American Labor, Industrial Relations, and Working-Class Culture
by Taylor Hollander

Rubio and Purcell, eds., Mexico Under Fox
by William Diaz-Brown

Shoemaker, A Strange Likeness: Becoming Red and White in Eighteenth-Century North America
by Paivi Hoikkala

Stackelberg and Winkle, eds., The Nazi Germany Sourcebook: An Anthology of Texts
by Amy R. Sims

Winders, Sacrificed at the Alamo: Tragedy and Triumph in the Texas Revolution
by Paul B. Hatley

Wootton, ed., The Essential Federalist and Anti-Federalist Papers
by Douglas R. Edgerton

Zelizer, On Capitol Hill: The Struggle to Reform Congress and its Consequences, 1948-2000
by Donna M. Binkiewicz

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August 2005 ISSUE (Vol. 38, No. 4)

GENERAL
The Fannie Lou Hamer National Institute on Citizenship and Democracy: Engaging a Curriculum and Pedagogy
by Michelle D. Deardorff, Jeffrey Kolnick, Thandekile R.M. Mvusi and Leslie Burl McLemore

THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
Teaching the Civil Rights Era: A Student-Active Approach
by Joe P. Dunn

Open Admissions, Controversies, and CUNY: Digging into Social History Through a First-Year Composition Course
by Ting Man Tsao

The Rhode Island "Washington": Meaning Making in Social Studies Through Art History
by Joseph M. Piro

The Impact of Having 9th Graders "Do History"
by Jada Kohlmeier

THE STATE OF THE PROFESSION
Faculty-Undergraduate Collaboration in Digital History at a Public Research University
by Robert Stephens and Josh Thumma

REVIEWS
Conolly-Smith, Translating America: An Immigrant Press Visualizes American Popular Culture, 1895-1918
by Ellen Nore

Diffley, ed., To Live and Die: Collected Stories of the Civil War, 1861-1876
by Thomas J. Brown

Ede and Cormack, A History of Science in Society: from Philosophy to Utility
by Jacob Darwin Hamblin

Fasolt, The Limits of History
by Amy R. Sims

Fleisher, The Bear River Massacre and the Making of History
by Angela Firkus

Hoffer, Past Imperfect: Facts, Fictions, and the Writing of American History
by David H. Noon

Landsberg, Prosthetic Memory: The Transformation of American Remembrance in the Age of Mass Culture
by Lee Bernstein

Lindaman and Ward, History Lessons: How Textbooks from Around the World Portray American History
by James F. Adomanis

Michaels, Hinduism: Past and Present
by Joseph Gerics

Moses, Creative Conflict in African American Thought: Frederick Douglass, Alexander Crummell, Booker T. Washington, W. E. B. DuBois, and Marcus Garvey
by Jackie R. Booker

Oxoby, American Popular Culture Through History: The 1990s
by Kalman Goldstein

Pace and Frazier, Frontier Texas: History of a Borderland to 1880
by Thomas C. Rust

Pacyga, Polish Immigrants and Industrial Chicago: Workers on the South Side, 1880-1920
by Donna M. Binkiewicz

Schrum, Some Wore Bobby Sox: The Emergence of Teenage Girls' Culture, 1920-1945
by Susan Ware

Watkins, Jr., Reclaiming the American Revolution: The Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions and their Legacy
by Thomas J. Humphrey

Weigley, The Age of Battles: The Quest for Decisive Warfare from Breitenfeld to Waterloo
by Edward F. Finch

SPECIAL SECTION
Annual Volume Index
Index to Volume 38

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Index
VOLUME 38

No. 1: November 2004: 1-144
No. 2: February 2005: 145-288
No. 3: May 2005: 289-432
No. 4: August 2005: 433-576

SPECIAL SECTIONS
In Memoriam
"Memoriam: Nadine Hata, 1941-2005," by William A. Weber, 297-98.

Weber, William A., "Memoriam: Nadine Hata, 1941-2005," 297-98.

Continuing Series
"Interview With Exemplary Teachers: Nancy A. Hewitt," intro. by Roy Rosenzweig, interview by Sharon Leon, 371-84.

Leon, Sharon, interview, "Interview With Exemplary Teachers: Nancy A. Hewitt," 372-84.

Rosenzweig, Roy, intro., "Interview With Exemplary Teachers: Nancy A. Hewitt," 371.

Special Features
National History Day 2004 Prize Essays
"Comrade Khrushchev and Farmer Garst: East-West Encounters Foster Agricultural Exchange," by Stephen J. Frese, 37-65.

"Fifty Years After Brown: Tarnished Gold, Broken Promises," by Julie Gantz, 66-113.

Frese, Stephen J., "Comrade Khrushchev and Farmer Garst: East-West Encounters Foster Agricultural Exchange," 37-65.

Gantz, Julie, "Fifty Years After Brown: Tarnished Gold, Broken Promises," 66-113.

"Introduction," by Nancy Quam-Wickham, 35-36.

Quam-Wickham, Nancy, "Introduction," 35-36.

STANDARD SECTIONS
General Subject
Deardorff, Michelle D., co-auth., "The Fannie Lou Hamer National Institute on Citizenship and Democracy: Engaging a Curriculum and Pedagogy," 441-53.

"Eastern Europe in Western Civilization Textbooks: The Example of Poland," by John J. Kulczycki, 153-77.

"Fannie Lou Hamer National Institute on Citizenship and Democracy, The: Engaging a Curriculum and Pedagogy," by Michelle D. Deardorff, Jeffrey Kolnick, Leslie Burl McLemore and Thandekile R.M. Mvusi, 441-53.

"French Revolution on Film, The: American and French Perspectives," by Casey Harison, 299-324.

Harison, Casey, "The French Revolution on Film: American and French Perspectives," 299-324.

Kolnick, Jeffrey, co-auth., "The Fannie Lou Hamer National Institute on Citizenship and Democracy: Engaging a Curriculum and Pedagogy," 441-53.

Kulczycki, John J., "Eastern Europe in Western Civilization Textbooks: The Example of Poland," 153-77.

McLemore, Leslie Burl, co-auth., "The Fannie Lou Hamer National Institute on Citizenship and Democracy: Engaging a Curriculum and Pedagogy," 441-53.

Mvusi, Thandekile R.M., co-auth., "The Fannie Lou Hamer National Institute on Citizenship and Democracy: Engaging a Curriculum and Pedagogy," 441-53.

"Teaching History in Russia After the Collapse of the USSR," by Tatyana Volodina, 179-88.

Volodina, Tatyana, "Teaching History in Russia After the Collapse of the USSR," 179-88.

The Craft of Teaching
"Assessing Investigative Skills in History: A Case Study from Scotland," by Peter Hillis, 341-60.

"Digging Into History: Authentic Learning through Archeology," by Matt Glendinning, 209-23.

Dunn, Joe P., "Teaching the Civil Rights Era: A Student-Active Approach," 455-68.

Eisenberg, Ellen, "Looking for Zalman: Making Historical Scholarship Visible to Undergraduates," 325-40.

Glendinning, Matt, "Digging Into History: Authentic Learning through Archeology," 209-23.

Hillis, Peter, "Assessing Investigative Skills in History: A Case Study from Scotland," 341-60.

"Impact of Having 9th Graders 'Do History,' The" by Jada Kohlmeier, 499-524.

Kohlmeier, Jada, "The Impact of Having 9th Graders 'Do History,'" 499-524.

Levy, Peter B., "Teaching the 1960s with Primary Sources," 9-20.

"Looking for Laura Secord on the Web: Using a Famous Figure from the War of 1812 as a Model for Evaluating Historical Web Sites," by Marsha Ann Tate, 225-40.

"Looking for Zalman: Making Historical Scholarship Visible to Undergraduates," by Ellen Eisenberg, 325-40.

"Open Admissions, Controversies, and CUNY: Digging into Social History Through a First-Year Composition Course," by Ting Man Tsao, 469-82.

Pagaard, Stephen, "Teaching the Nazi Dictatorship: Focus on Youth," 189-207.

Piro, Joseph M., "The Rhode Island 'Washington': Meaning Making in Social Studies Through Art History," 483-97.

"Rhode Island 'Washington,' The: Meaning Making in Social Studies Through Art History," by Joseph M. Piro, 483-97.

Tate, Marsha Ann, "Looking for Laura Secord on the Web: Using a Famous Figure from the War of 1812 as a Model for Evaluating Historical Web Sites," 225-40.

"Teaching the 1960s with Primary Sources," by Peter B. Levy, 9-20.

"Teaching the Civil Rights Era: A Student-Active Approach," by Joe P. Dunn, 455-68.

"Teaching the Nazi Dictatorship: Focus on Youth," by Stephen Pagaard, 189-207.

Tsao, Ting Man, "Open Admissions, Controversies, and CUNY: Digging into Social History Through a First-Year Composition Course," 469-82.

Historiography
"Changing Face of Diplomatic History, The: A Literature Review," by Brenda Gayle Plummer, 385-400.

Plummer, Brenda Gayle, "The Changing Face of Diplomatic History: A Literature Review," 385-400.

Notes and Comments
Goss, R. Mason, "Strategies for Improving the Advanced Placement Examination Scores of AP Social Studies Students," 115-17.

"Strategies for Improving the Advanced Placement Examination Scores of AP Social Studies Students," by R. Mason Goss, 115-17.

The State of the Profession
Bain, Robert B., co-auth., "Issues and Options in Creating a National Assessment in World History," 241-71.

"Bridging Learning Communities: A Summer Workshop for Social Studies Teachers," by James J. Carpenter, Thomas Dublin and Penelope Harper, 361-69.

Carpenter, James J., co-auth., "Bridging Learning Communities: A Summer Workshop for Social Studies Teachers," 361-69.

Delph, Ronald, co-auth., "Implementing Assessment and Improving Undergraduate Writing: One Department's Experience," 21-34.

Dublin, Thomas, co-auth., "Bridging Learning Communities: A Summer Workshop for Social Studies Teachers," 361-69.

"Faculty-Undergraduate Collaboration in Digital History at a Public Research University," by Robert Stephens and Josh Thumma, 525-42.

Harper, Penelope, co-auth., "Bridging Learning Communities: A Summer Workshop for Social Studies Teachers," 361-69.

"Implementing Assessment and Improving Undergraduate Writing: One Department's Experience," by Russell Olwell and Ronald Delph, 21-34.

"Issues and Options in Creating a National Assessment in World History," by Robert B. Bain and Tamara L. Shreiner, 241-71.

Olwell, Russell, co-auth., "Implementing Assessment and Improving Undergraduate Writing: One Department's Experience," 21-34.

Shreiner, Tamara L., co-auth., "Issues and Options in Creating a National Assessment in World History," 241-71.

Stephens, Robert, co-auth., "Faculty-Undergraduate Collaboration in Digital History at a Public Research University," 525-42.

Thumma, Josh, co-auth., "Faculty-Undergraduate Collaboration in Digital History at a Public Research University," 525-42.

REVIEWS
1215: The Year of Magna Carta, by Danny Danziger and John Gillingham, revd., 404-05.

A Great Civil War: A Military and Political History, 1861-1865, by Russell F. Weigley, revd., 283-84.

A History of Science in Society: from Philosophy to Utility, by Andrew Ede and Lesley B. Cormack, revd., 546-47.

A Population History of the United States, by Herbert S. Klein, revd., 277-78.

A Strange Likeness: Becoming Red and White in Eighteenth-Century North America, by Nancy Shoemaker, revd., 421-22.

Adomanis, James F., rev., History Lessons: How Textbooks from Around the World Portray American History, by Dana Lindaman and Kyle Ward, 552-53.

Africa in World History: From Prehistory to the Present, by Erik Gilbert and Jonathan T. Reynolds, revd., 412-13.

Age of Battles, The: The Quest for Decisive Warfare from Breitenfeld to Waterloo, by Russell F. Weigley, revd., 563-64.

Allison, William Thomas, Navigating World History: Historians Create a Global Past, revd., 281-83.

American Popular Culture Through History: The 1990s, by Marc Oxoby, revd., 556-58.

American Revolution, The, by Joseph C. Morton, revd., 129-30.

Americans at D-Day, The: The American Experience at the Normandy Invasion, by John C. McManus, revd., 278-79.

Antebellum Era, The: Primary Documents on Events from 1820 to 1860, by David A. Copeland, revd., 403-04.

Arab Nationalism in the Twentieth Century: From Triumph to Despair, by Adeed Dawisha, revd., 406-07.

Armian, Neda, co-prod., Beah: A Black Woman Speaks, revd., 126-27.

Baptist Faith in Action: The Private Writings of Maria Baker Taylor, 1813-1895, by Kathryn Carlisle Schwartz, revd., 280-81.

Beah: A Black Woman Speaks, dir. by LisaGay Hamilton, prod. by Neda Armian, Jonathan Demme, LisaGay Hamilton, and Joe Viola, revd. 126-27.

Bear River Massacre and the Making of History, The, by Kass Fleisher, revd., 548-49.

Bernstein, Lee, rev., Prosthetic Memory: The Transformation of American Remembrance in the Age of Mass Culture, by Alison Landsberg, 551-52.

Bernstein, R.B., Thomas Jefferson: The Revolution of Ideas, revd., 401-02.

Bingham, Emily, Mordecai: An Early American Family, revd., 273-74.

Binkiewicz, Donna M., rev., On Capitol Hill: The Struggle to Reform Congress and its Consequences, 1948-2000, by Julian Zelizer, 426-28.

Binkiewicz, Donna M., rev., Polish Immigrants and Industrial Chicago: Workers on the South Side, 1880-1920, by Dominic A. Pacyga, 559-60.

Blackman, Robert H., rev., Philippe Ariès and the Politics of French Cultural History, by Patrick H. Hutton, 415-16.

Bloody Good: Chivalry, Sacrifice, and the Great War, by Allen J. Frantzen, revd., 410-11.

Booker, Jackie R., rev., Creative Conflict in African American Thought: Frederick Douglass, Alexander Crummell, Booker T. Washington, W. E. B. DuBois, and Marcus Garvey, by Wilson J. Moses, 555-56.

Bowers, J.D., rev., Teaching U.S. History as Mystery, by David Gerwin and Jack Zevin, 123.

Brown, Thomas J., rev., To Live and Die: Collected Stories of the Civil War, 1861-1876, ed. by Kathleen Diffley, 544-45.

Bryan, John, rev., A Population History of the United States, by Herbert S. Klein, 277-78.

Bryan, John, rev., Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness: Documents in American History, ed. by P. Scott Corbett and Ronald C. Naugle, 120-21.

Budweisers into Czechs and Germans: A Local History of Bohemian, by Jeremy King, revd., 416-17.

Cantu, D. Antonio, revd., Jump Back in Time: A Living History Resource, by Carol Peterson, 131-33.

Caroli, Betty Boyd, First Ladies: From Martha Washington to Laura Bush, 3rd ed., revd., 119-20.

Carroll, James T., rev., Encyclopedia of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, by Elin Woodger and Brandon Toropov, 140.

Carroll, James T., rev., Talking Drums: Reading and Writing with African-American Stories, Spirituals, and Multimedia Resources, by Wanda Cobb Finnen, 409-10.

Combs, Jerald, rev., Financial Missionaries to the World: The Politics and Culture of Dollar Diplomacy, 1900-1930, by Emily S. Rosenberg, 134-36.

Conn, Steven, History's Shadow: Native Americans and Historical Consciousness in the Nineteenth Century, revd., 402-03.

Conolly-Smith, Peter, Translating America: An Immigrant Press Visualizes American Popular Culture, 1895-1918, revd., 543-44.

Copeland, David A., The Antebellum Era: Primary Documents on Events from 1820 to 1860, revd., 403-04.

Corbett, P. Scott, co-ed., Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness: Documents in American History, revd., 120-21.

Cormack, Lesley B., co-auth., A History of Science in Society: from Philosophy to Utility, revd., 546-47.

Creative Conflict in African American Thought: Frederick Douglass, Alexander Crummell, Booker T. Washington, W. E. B. DuBois, and Marcus Garvey, by Wilson J. Moses, revd., 555-56.

Crompton, Jeffrey S., rev., The Americans at D-Day: The American Experience at the Normandy Invasion, by John C. McManus, 278-79.

Danziger Danny, co-auth., 1215: The Year of Magna Carta, revd., 404-05.

Dawisha, Adeed, Arab Nationalism in the Twentieth Century: From Triumph to Despair, revd., 406-07.

de Syon, Guillaume, rev., Secret City: The Hidden Jews of Warsaw, 1940-1945, by Gunnar S. Paulsson, 130-31.

Deadly Enemies, dir. by Susan Lambert, revd., 418-19.

Demme, Jonathan, co-prod., Beah: A Black Woman Speaks, revd., 126-27.

Diaz-Brown, William, rev., Mexico Under Fox, ed. by Luis Rubio and Susan Kaufman Purcell, 420-21.

Diffley, Kathleen, ed., To Live and Die: Collected Stories of the Civil War, 1861-1876, revd., 544-45.

Donoghue, John, rev., The American Revolution, by Joseph C. Morton, 129-30.

Doutrich, Paul E., Shapers of the Great Debate on Jacksonian Democracy: A Biographical Dictionary, revd., 407-08.

Dunn, Joe P., rev., Beah: A Black Woman Speaks, dir. by LisaGay Hamilton, prod. by Neda Armian, Jonathan Demme, LisaGay Hamilton, and Joe Viola, 126-27.

Dunn, Joe P., rev., Standing on My Sisters' Shoulders, dir. by Laura J. Lipson, prod. by Laura J. Lipson, Dr. Robert and Joan Sadoff, 126-27.

Ede, Andrew, co-auth., A History of Science in Society: from Philosophy to Utility, revd., 546-47.

Edgerton, Douglas R., rev., The Essential Federalist and Anti-Federalist Papers, ed. by David Wootton, 425-26.

Edgerton, Douglas R., rev., Thomas Jefferson: The Revolution of Ideas, by R.B. Bernstein, 401-02.

Elizabeth's London: Everyday Life in Elizabethan London, by Liza Picard, revd., 279-80.

Emmerich, Lisa E., rev., Real Indians: Identity and the Survival of Native America, by Eva Marie Garroutte, 121-22.

Encyclopedia of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, by Elin Woodger and Brandon Toropov, revd., 140.

Essential Federalist and Anti-Federalist Papers, The, ed. by David Wootton, revd., 425-26.

Essington, Amy, rev., Sandy Koufax: A Lefty's Legacy, by Jane Leavy, 125-26.

Eubank, Keith, The Origins of World War II, Third Edition, revd., 274-75.

Europe's Last Summer: Who Started the Great War in 1914?, by David Fromkin, revd., 276-77, 411-12.

Evans, Ronald W., The Social Studies Wars: What Should We Teach the Children?, revd., 408-09.

Extraordinary Women from U.S. History: Readers Theatre for Grades 4-8, by Chari R. Smith, revd., 139.

Fasolt, Constantin, The Limits of History, revd., 547-48.

Financial Missionaries to the World: The Politics and Culture of Dollar Diplomacy, 1900-1930, by Emily S. Rosenberg, revd., 134-36.

Finch, Edward F., rev., The Age of Battles: The Quest for Decisive Warfare from Breitenfeld to Waterloo, by Russell F. Weigley, 563-64.

Finnen, Wanda Cobb, Talking Drums: Reading and Writing with African-American Stories, Spirituals, and Multimedia Resources, revd., 409-10.

Firkus, Angela, rev., The Bear River Massacre and the Making of History, by Kass Fleisher, 548-49.

First Ladies: From Martha Washington to Laura Bush, 3rd ed., by Betty Boyd Caroli, revd., 119-20.

Fleisher, Kass, The Bear River Massacre and the Making of History, revd., 548-49.

Frantzen, Allen J., Bloody Good: Chivalry, Sacrifice, and the Great War, revd., 410-11.

Frazier, Donald S., co-auth., Frontier Texas: History of a Borderland to 1880, revd., 558-59.

Fromkin, David, Europe's Last Summer: Who Started the Great War in 1914?, revd., 276-77, 411-12.

Frontier Texas: History of a Borderland to 1880, by Robert F. Pace and Donald S. Frazier, revd., 558-59.

Garroutte, Eva Marie, Real Indians: Identity and the Survival of Native America, revd., 121-22.

Gerics, Joseph, rev., Hinduism: Past and Present, by Axel Michaels, 553-55.

Gerould, Alexander L., rev., Navigating World History: Historians Create a Global Past, by Robert C. Wadman and William Thomas Allison, 281-83.

Gerwin, David, co-auth., Teaching U.S. History as Mystery, revd., 123.

Gilbert, Erik, co-auth., Africa in World History: From Prehistory to the Present, revd., 412-13.

Gillingham, John, co-auth., 1215: The Year of Magna Carta, revd., 404-05.

Goldstein, Kalman, rev., American Popular Culture Through History: The 1990s, by Marc Oxoby, 556-58.

Halpern, Martin, rev., Sticking to the Union: An Oral History of the Life and Times of Julia Ruuttila, by Sandy Polishuk, 133-34.

Halpern, Martin, Unions, Radicals, and Democratic Presidents: Seeking Social Change in the Twentieth Century, revd., 414-15.

Hamblin, Jacob Darwin, rev., A History of Science in Society: from Philosophy to Utility, by Andrew Ede and Lesley B. Cormack, 546-47.

Hamblin, Jacob Darwin, rev., Deadly Enemies, dir. by Susan Lambert, 418-19.

Hamilton, LisaGay, dir. and co-prod., Beah: A Black Woman Speaks, revd., 126-27.

Hatley, Paul B., rev., Sacrificed at the Alamo: Tragedy and Triumph in the Texas Revolution, by Richard Bruce Winders, 424-25.

Hinduism: Past and Present, by Axel Michaels, revd., 553-55.

History Lessons: How Textbooks from Around the World Portray American History, by Dana Lindaman and Kyle Ward, revd., 552-53.

History's Shadow: Native Americans and Historical Consciousness in the Nineteenth Century, by Steven Conn, revd., 402-03.

Hoffer, Peter Charles, Past Imperfect: Facts, Fictions, and the Writing of American History, revd., 549-51.

Hoikkala, Paivi, rev., A Strange Likeness: Becoming Red and White in Eighteenth-Century North America, by Nancy Shoemaker, 421-22.

Hollander, Taylor, rev., The Voice of the People: Primary Sources on the History of American Labor, Industrial Relations, and Working-Class Culture, ed. by Jonathan Rees and Jonathan Z.S. Pollack, 419-20.

Horton, Paul, rev., Sacred Debts: State Civil War Claims and American Federalism, 1861-1880, by Kyle S. Sinisi, 137-38.

How Young Ladies Became Girls: The Victorian Origins of American Girlhood, by Jane H. Hunter, revd., 124-25.

Humphrey, Thomas J., rev., Reclaiming the American Revolution: The Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions and their Legacy, by William J. Watkins, Jr., 562-63.

Hunter, Jane H., How Young Ladies Became Girls: The Victorian Origins of American Girlhood, revd., 124-25.

Hutton, Patrick H., Philippe Ariès and the Politics of French Cultural History, revd., 415-16.

Jump Back in Time: A Living History Resource, by Carol Peterson, revd., 131-33.

Kaster, Gregory L., rev., Unions, Radicals, and Democratic Presidents: Seeking Social Change in the Twentieth Century, by Martin Halpern, 414-15.

Keller, Clair W., rev., Extraordinary Women from U.S. History: Readers Theatre for Grades 4-8, by Chari R. Smith, 139.

King, Jeremy, Budweisers into Czechs and Germans: A Local History of Bohemian, revd., 416-17.

Klein, Herbert S., A Population History of the United States, revd., 277-78.

Lambert, Susan, dir., Deadly Enemies, revd., 418-19.

Lamont, Tom, rev., Bloody Good: Chivalry, Sacrifice, and the Great War, by Allen J. Frantzen, 410-11.

Landsberg, Alison, Prosthetic Memory: The Transformation of American Remembrance in the Age of Mass Culture, revd., 551-52.

Lazarowitz, Arlene, rev., Mordecai: An Early American Family, by Emily Bingham, 273-74.

Leaver, John David, rev., Africa in World History: From Prehistory to the Present, by Erik Gilbert and Jonathan T. Reynolds, 412-13.

Leavy, Jane, Sandy Koufax: A Lefty's Legacy, revd., 125-26.

Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness: Documents in American History, ed. by P. Scott Corbett and Ronald C. Naugle, revd., 120-21.

Limits of History, The, by Constantin Fasolt, revd., 547-48.

Lindaman, Dana, co-auth., History Lessons: How Textbooks from Around the World Portray American History, revd., 552-53.

Lipson, Laura J., dir. and co-prod., Standing on My Sisters' Shoulders, revd., 126-27.

Luis Rubio, co-ed., Mexico Under Fox, revd., 420-21.

Manning, Patrick, Navigating World History: Historians Create a Global Past, revd., 128-29.

McManus, John C., The Americans at D-Day: The American Experience at the Normandy Invasion, revd., 278-79.

Mexico Under Fox, ed. by Luis Rubio and Susan Kaufman Purcell, revd., 420-21.

Michaels, Axel, Hinduism: Past and Present, revd., 553-55.

Mizelle, Brett, rev., The Antebellum Era: Primary Documents on Events from 1820 to 1860, by David A. Copeland, 403-04.

Mordecai: An Early American Family, by Emily Bingham, revd., 273-74.

Morton, Joseph C., The American Revolution, revd., 129-30.

Moses, Wilson J., Creative Conflict in African American Thought: Frederick Douglass, Alexander Crummell, Booker T. Washington, W. E. B. DuBois, and Marcus Garvey, revd., 555-56.

Murdock, Caitlin, rev., Budweisers into Czechs and Germans: A Local History of Bohemian, by Jeremy King, 416-17.

Naugle, Ronald C., co-ed., Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Happiness: Documents in American History, revd., 120-21.

Navigating World History: Historians Create a Global Past, by Patrick Manning, revd., 128-29.

Navigating World History: Historians Create a Global Past, by Robert C. Wadman and William Thomas Allison, revd., 281-83.

Nazi Germany Sourcebook, The: An Anthology of Texts, ed. by Robert Stackelberg and Sally A. Winkle, revd., 422-23.

Noe, Kenneth W., rev., A Great Civil War: A Military and Political History, 1861-1865, by Russell F. Weigley, 283-84.

Noon, David H., rev., Past Imperfect: Facts, Fictions, and the Writing of American History, by Peter Charles Hoffer, 549-51.

Nore, Ellen, rev., Translating America: An Immigrant Press Visualizes American Popular Culture, 1895-1918, by Peter Conolly-Smith, 543-44.

On Capitol Hill: The Struggle to Reform Congress and its Consequences, 1948-2000, by Julian Zelizer, revd., 426-28.

Origins of World War II, The, Third Edition, by Keith Eubank, revd., 274-75.

Oxoby, Marc, American Popular Culture Through History: The 1990s, revd., 556-58.

Pace, Robert F., co-auth., Frontier Texas: History of a Borderland to 1880, revd., 558-59.

Pacyga, Dominic A., Polish Immigrants and Industrial Chicago: Workers on the South Side, 1880-1920, revd., 559-60.

Past Imperfect: Facts, Fictions, and the Writing of American History, by Peter Charles Hoffer, revd., 549-51.

Paulsson, Gunnar S., Secret City: The Hidden Jews of Warsaw, 1940-1945, revd., 130-31.

Peterson, Carol, Jump Back in Time: A Living History Resource, revd., 131-33.

Philippe Ariès and the Politics of French Cultural History, by Patrick H. Hutton, revd., 415-16.

Picard, Liza, Elizabeth's London: Everyday Life in Elizabethan London, revd., 279-80.

Pierce, Robert A., rev., Navigating World History: Historians Create a Global Past, by Patrick Manning, 128-29.

Polish Immigrants and Industrial Chicago: Workers on the South Side, 1880-1920, by Dominic A. Pacyga, revd., 559-60.

Polishuk, Sandy, Sticking to the Union: An Oral History of the Life and Times of Julia Ruuttila, revd., 133-34.

Pollack, Jonathan Z.S., co-ed., The Voice of the People: Primary Sources on the History of American Labor, Industrial Relations, and Working-Class Culture, revd., 419-20.

Prosthetic Memory: The Transformation of American Remembrance in the Age of Mass Culture, by Alison Landsberg, revd., 551-52.

Purcell, Susan Kaufman, co-ed., Mexico Under Fox, revd., 420-21.

Real Indians: Identity and the Survival of Native America, by Eva Marie Garroutte, revd., 121-22.

Reclaiming the American Revolution: The Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions and their Legacy, by William J. Watkins, Jr., revd., 562-63.

Rees, Jonathan, co-ed., The Voice of the People: Primary Sources on the History of American Labor, Industrial Relations, and Working-Class Culture, revd., 419-20.

Reynolds, Jonathan T., co-auth., Africa in World History: From Prehistory to the Present, revd., 412-13.

Rosenberg, Emily S., Financial Missionaries to the World: The Politics and Culture of Dollar Diplomacy, 1900-1930, revd., 134-36.

Rust, Thomas C., rev., Frontier Texas: History of a Borderland to 1880, by Robert F. Pace and Donald S. Frazier, 558-59.

Sacred Debts: State Civil War Claims and American Federalism, 1861-1880, by Kyle S. Sinisi, revd., 137-38.

Sacrificed at the Alamo: Tragedy and Triumph in the Texas Revolution, by Richard Bruce Winders, revd., 424-25.

Sadoff, Joan, co-prod., Standing on My Sisters' Shoulders, revd., 126-27.

Sadoff, Robert, co-prod., Standing on My Sisters' Shoulders, revd., 126-27.

Salmond, Anne, The Trial of the Cannibal Dog: The Remarkable Story of Captain Cook's Encounters in the South Seas, revd., 136-37.

Sandy Koufax: A Lefty's Legacy, by Jane Leavy, revd., 125-26.

Saylor, Thomas, rev., The Trial of the Cannibal Dog: The Remarkable Story of Captain Cook's Encounters in the South Seas, by Anne Salmond, 136-37.

Schreiber, Roy, rev., Elizabeth's London: Everyday Life in Elizabethan London, by Liza Picard, 279-80.

Schrum, Kelly, Some Wore Bobby Sox: The Emergence of Teenage Girls' Culture, 1920-1945, revd., 561-62.

Schwartz, Kathryn Carlisle, Baptist Faith in Action: The Private Writings of Maria Baker Taylor, 1813-1895, revd., 280-81.

Secret City: The Hidden Jews of Warsaw, 1940-1945, by Gunnar S. Paulsson, revd., 130-31.

Shapers of the Great Debate on Jacksonian Democracy: A Biographical Dictionary, by Paul E. Doutrich, revd., 407-08.

Shoemaker, Nancy, A Strange Likeness: Becoming Red and White in Eighteenth-Century North America, revd., 421-22.

Silet, Charles L.P., rev., History's Shadow: Native Americans and Historical Consciousness in the Nineteenth Century, by Steven Conn, 402-03.

Simitiere, Phillip Luke, rev., Baptist Faith in Action: The Private Writings of Maria Baker Taylor, 1813-1895, by Kathryn Carlisle Schwartz, 280-81.

Sims, Amy R., rev., The Limits of History, by Constantin Fasolt, 547-48.

Sims, Amy R., rev., The Nazi Germany Sourcebook: An Anthology of Texts, ed. by Robert Stackelberg and Sally A. Winkle, 422-23.

Sims, Amy R., rev., The Origins of World War II, Third Edition, by Keith Eubank, 274-75.

Sinisi, Kyle S., Sacred Debts: State Civil War Claims and American Federalism, 1861-1880, revd., 137-38.

Smith, Chari R., Extraordinary Women from U.S. History: Readers Theatre for Grades 4-8, revd., 139.

Social Studies Wars, The: What Should We Teach the Children?, by Ronald W. Evans, revd., 408-09.

Some Wore Bobby Sox: The Emergence of Teenage Girls' Culture, 1920-1945, by Kelly Schrum, revd., 561-62.

Stackelberg, Robert, co-ed., The Nazi Germany Sourcebook: An Anthology of Texts, revd., 422-23.

Standing on My Sisters' Shoulders, dir. by Laura J. Lipson, prod. by Laura J. Lipson, Dr. Robert and Joan Sadoff, revd., 126-27.

Stewart, Matthew, rev., Europe's Last Summer: Who Started the Great War in 1914?, by David Fromkin, 276-77, 411-12.

Sticking to the Union: An Oral History of the Life and Times of Julia Ruuttila, by Sandy Polishuk, revd., 133-34.

Talking Drums: Reading and Writing with African-American Stories, Spirituals, and Multimedia Resources, by Wanda Cobb Finnen, revd., 409-10.

Teaching U.S. History as Mystery, by David Gerwin and Jack Zevin, revd., 123.

Thomas Jefferson: The Revolution of Ideas, by R.B. Bernstein, revd., 401-02.

Tipton, Frank P., rev., Arab Nationalism in the Twentieth Century: From Triumph to Despair, by Adeed Dawisha, 406-07.

To Live and Die: Collected Stories of the Civil War, 1861-1876, ed. by Kathleen Diffley, revd., 544-45.

Toropov, Brandon, co-auth., Encyclopedia of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, revd., 140.

Translating America: An Immigrant Press Visualizes American Popular Culture, 1895-1918, by Peter Conolly-Smith, revd., 543-44.

Trial of the Cannibal Dog, The: The Remarkable Story of Captain Cook's Encounters in the South Seas, by Anne Salmond, revd., 136-37.

Turchek, Jonathan, rev., Shapers of the Great Debate on Jacksonian Democracy: A Biographical Dictionary, by Paul E. Doutrich, 407-08.

Unions, Radicals, and Democratic Presidents: Seeking Social Change in the Twentieth Century, by Martin Halpern, revd., 414-15.

Viola, Joe, co-prod., Beah: A Black Woman Speaks, revd., 126-27.

Voice of the People, The: Primary Sources on the History of American Labor, Industrial Relations, and Working-Class Culture, ed. by Jonathan Rees and Jonathan Z.S. Pollack, revd., 419-20.

Wadman, Robert C., Navigating World History: Historians Create a Global Past, revd., 281-83.

Ward, Kyle, co-auth., History Lessons: How Textbooks from Around the World Portray American History, revd., 552-53.

Ware, Susan, rev., Some Wore Bobby Sox: The Emergence of Teenage Girls' Culture, 1920-1945, by Kelly Schrum, 561-62.

Warren, Wilson J., rev., The Social Studies Wars: What Should We Teach the Children?, by Ronald W. Evans, 408-09.

Watkins, Jr., William J., Reclaiming the American Revolution: The Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions and their Legacy, revd., 562-63.

Weigley, Russell F., A Great Civil War: A Military and Political History, 1861-1865, revd., 283-84.

Weigley, Russell F., The Age of Battles: The Quest for Decisive Warfare from Breitenfeld to Waterloo, revd., 563-64.

Weiner, Lynn Y., rev., How Young Ladies Became Girls: The Victorian Origins of American Girlhood, by Jane H. Hunter, 124-25.

Williams, Rachel Hays, rev., First Ladies: From Martha Washington to Laura Bush, 3rd ed., by Betty Boyd Caroli, 119-20.

Winders, Richard Bruce, Sacrificed at the Alamo: Tragedy and Triumph in the Texas Revolution, revd., 424-25.

Winkle, Sally A., co-ed., The Nazi Germany Sourcebook: An Anthology of Texts, revd., 422-23.

Woodger, Elin, co-auth., Encyclopedia of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, revd., 140.

Woods, Jr., Robert L., rev., 1215: The Year of Magna Carta, by Danny Danziger and John Gillingham, 404-05.

Wootton, David., ed., The Essential Federalist and Anti-Federalist Papers, revd., 425-26.

Zelizer, Julian, On Capitol Hill: The Struggle to Reform Congress and its Consequences, 1948-2000, revd., 426-28.

Zevin, Jack, co-auth., Teaching U.S. History as Mystery, revd., 123.

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