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Volume 33 of The History Teacher, Contents and Index

Volume 33 Contents

 November 1999 (Vol. 33, No. 1)

February 2000 (Vol. 33, No. 2)

May 2000 (Vol. 33, No. 3)

August 2000 (Vol. 33, No. 4)

Volume 33 Index

 Volume 33 (Nov. 1999, February 2000, May 2000, and August 2000)


Table of Contents
NOVEMBER 1999 ISSUE (Vol. 33, No. 1)

SPECIAL FOCUS ISSUE:
History Teaching at the Community College
Coeditors: Ellen Caldwell, David S. Trask, and James J. Lorence

History Teaching at the Community College: A Preface

Educational Priorities and Challenges: Teaching History in Community Colleges Today--An Introduction
by David S. Trask

Class Struggles: Teaching History in the Postmodern Age
by Shirley Wilton

Gems from Rough Stones: Teaching with Technology in the Two-Year Environment
by Laura G. Musselwhite

Technology and Student-Centered Learning: The University of Wisconsin Student History Network Project
by David Robert Huehner and Daniel Kallgren

Academic Professionalism and the Business Model in Education: Reflections of a Community College Historian
by Charles A. Zappia

Should Historians Become Programmers? Limitations and Possibilities of Computer-Assisted Instruction in the United States History Survey
by Julian J. DelGaudio

Collaboration in History Teaching: Status, Problems, and Opportunities
by James J. Lorence

A Collaboration of Two- and Four-Year Colleges: Reconceptualizing the Introductory Survey Course
by Noralee Frankel and Linn Shapiro

CONTINUING SERIES
Interviews with Exemplary Teachers: James O. Horton
by Roy Rosenzweig
 
REVIEWS
Textbooks and Readers
Beyer and Weisman, eds., The Great Depression: A Nation in Distress
by Bernard Hirschhorn

Britton, The United States and Latin America: A Select Bibliography
by Allen Wells

Emert, ed., Women in the Civil War: Warriors, Patriots, Nurses, and Spies, and
Edwards, ed., Reconstruction: Binding the Wounds
by Jonathan McLeod

Hochman and Hochman, The Penguin Dictionary of Contemporary American History: 1945 to the Present
by Robert C. Cottrell

General Books
Bell, The Origins of the Second World War in Europe
by Bentley B. Gilbert

Berghahn, Imperial Germany, 1871-1914: Economy, Society, Culture, and Politics
by Thomas M. Keefe

Burbank and Ransel, eds., Imperial Russia: New Histories for the Empire
by Andrei A. Znamenski

Burrell, The Words We Live By: The Creeds, Mottoes, and Pledges That Have Shaped America
by Jerry Hopkins

Cayton, Frontier Indiana
by Emil Pocock

Haigh, Profiles in Power: Elizabeth I
by Ellis Archer Wasson

Handler and Gable, The New History in an Old Museum: Creating the Past at Colonial Williamsburg
by Steven Kirk Bane

Hiden and Salmon, The Baltic Nations and Europe: Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in the Twentieth Century
by Charles E. Clark

Hoppen, The Mid-Victorian Generation, 1846-1886
by Walter L. Arnstein

Hurt, The Ohio Frontier: Crucible of the Old Northwest, 1720-1830
by Anne Woo-Sam

Kirk, The Longman Companion to Nazi Germany
by Robert A. Pois

Kramer, Nationalism
by Sidney Monas

Linenthal, Preserving Memory: The Struggle to Create America's Holocaust Museum
by Samuel Totten

Malcolm, Bosnia: A Short Story
by Zdenko Zlatar

Reitan, Politics, War, and Empire: The Rise of Britain to a World Power, 1688-1792
by Leland J. Bellot

Schwalm, A Hard Fight for We: Women's Transition from Slavery to Freedom in South Carolina
by William F. Muggleston

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FEBRUARY 2000 ISSUE (Vol. 33, No. 2)

THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
Plat Maps as a History and Geography Teaching Tool
by Robert M. Ward and Chica McCabe

A Model for Teaching Secondary History: The Case of Fort Pillow
by Paul Horton

THE STATE OF THE PROFESSION
Student Identities and World History Teaching
Peter N. Stearns

HISTORIOGRAPHY
"Dad, What Did You Do During the War?": A Postmodernist(?) Classroom Exercise
by Michael F. Palo

NOTES AND COMMENTS
Teaching Global History: Context, Not Chronicle; Passion, Not Pedantry
by Jack Betterly

SPECIAL FEATURE: 1999 NATIONAL HISTORY DAY PRIZE ESSAYS
Introduction

Human Eugenics: Whose Perception of Perfection?
by Parendi Mehta

The Times They Are A-Changing: The Influence of Railroad Technology on the Adoption of Standard Times Zones in 1883
by Nathaniel Allen

REVIEWS
Textbooks and Readers

Barron and Saul, eds., England and the Low Countries in the Middle Ages

by Joel T. Rosenthal

Jones, Daily Life on the 19th-Century American Frontier
by Karen J. Bradley

Blum, The Rise of Fascism in Europe
by Paul Schue

Schudson, The Good Citizen: A History of American Civic Life
by Jim McKee

Stephens and Brown, Learning About the Civil War: Literature and Other Resources for Young People
by Christopher B. Harrod

Townshend, Ireland: The 20th Century
by D.M. Cregier

Ware, ed., Forgotten Heroes: Inspiring American Portraits From Our Leading Historians
by Mina Carson

General Books
Abrams, The Pilgrims and Pocahontas: Rival Myths of American Origin
by Douglas R. Egerton

Bruffee, Collaborative Learning: Higher Education, Interdependence, and the Authority of Knowledge, 2nd. ed.
by John Anthony Scott

Foster, Lockhart, and Lockhart, Culture and Customs of Argentina
by Michael Monteón

Gillespie and Clinton, eds., Taking Off the White Gloves: Southern Women and Women Historians
by Joan Smyth Iversen

Hamilton, Terrific Majesty: The Powers of Shaka Zulu and the Limits of Historical Invention
by Peter F.B. Nayenga

Haynes and Klehr, Venona: Decoding Soviet Espionage in America
by T. Michael Ruddy

Marable, Black Leadership: Four Great American Leaders and the Struggle for Civil Rights
by William F. Mugleston

Mendelson and Crawford, Women in Early Modern England, 1550-1720
by Lisa Forman Cody

Nesaule, A Woman in Amber: Healing the Trauma of War and Exile
by Evelyn Haller

Nicholls, The Bonn Republic: West German Democracy, 1945-1990
by Thomas M. Keefe

Perry, Conceived in Liberty: Joshua Chamberlain, William Oates, and the American Civil War
by Joan Waugh

Stocking, Bender, Cookman, Peterson, and Votaw, More Quick Hits: Successful Strategies by Award-Winning Teachers
by Eileen H. Tamura

Strangis, Lewis Hayden and the War Against Slavery
by Paul Horton

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MAY 2000 ISSUE (Vol. 33, No. 3)

Affecting the Great Continuum of K-16 History Education
by Leon Fink

GENERAL
Ethnic vs. Evangelical Religions: Beyond Teaching the World Religion Approach
by Joel E. Tishken

THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
World Crisis as "Teachable Moment": Joining Global Issues, International Law, and the Internet in the Classroom
by John E. Leary, Jr.

"In Their Own Eyes": Using Journals with Primary Sources with College Students
by Susan Leighow Meo

The Reader's Journal in Lower-Division History Courses: A Strategy to Improve Reading, Writing and Discussion
by Andrew August

Getting Undergraduates to Seek Primary Sources in Archives
by Marian J. Matyn

Four Elements of Successful Historical Role-Playing in the Classroom
by Kathryn N. McDaniel

Integrating Women and Active Learning into the U.S. History Survey
by Jennifer Frost

HISTORIOGRAPHY
The Great Historical Jeremiad: The Problem of Specialization in American Historiography
by Ian Tyrell

NOTES AND COMMENTS
The Making of a National Curriculum: The British Case
by Ross E. Dunn

REVIEWS
Textbooks and Readers

Berkeley, The Women's Liberation Movement in America
by Joan Smythe Iversen

Black, Eighteenth-Century Europe, 2nd ed.
by Joseph P. Ward

Britnell, ed., Daily Life in the Late Middle Ages
by Lezlé Knox

Brown and Louis, eds., The Oxford History of the British Empire: Vol. IV, The Twentieth Century
by Henry Weisser

Cogliano, Revolutionary America, 1763-1815: A Political History
by J.D. Bowers

General Books
James and Wells, America and the Great War, 1914-1920
by Michael A. Vieira

Johnson, The Dreyfus Affair: Honour and Politics in the Belle Epoque
by Tamara L. Whited

Lencek and Bosker, The Beach: A History of Paradise on Earth
by Matthew Redinger

Ramusack and Sievers, Restoring Women to History: Women in Asia
by Rumi Yasutake

Zemelman, Beardan, Simmons, and Leki, History Comes Home: Family Stories Across the Curriculum
by Clair W. Keller

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AUGUST 2000 ISSUE (Vol. 33, No. 4)

GENERAL
History Didactics in the Post Cold War World: Central Asia, the Middle East, and China
by Louise Forsyth, David Gould, and David Lawrence

THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
Nonreaders Anonymous: Reading History Collaboratively
by Robert D. Marcus

Teaching Students How to Be Historians: An Oral History Project for the Secondary School Classroom
by Glenn Whitman

Integrating United States and World History in the High School Curriculum:
The Trials and Tribulations of a Good Idea
by Mark Wallace

SPECIAL SECTION: MORE ABOUT ADVANCED PLACEMENT
The Impact of the Document-Based Question on the Teaching of United States History
by Eric Rothschild

Document Analysis as a Tool to Strengthen Student Writing
by John E. Stovel

Preparing for the AP Exam: The Dangers of Teaching to the Test
by Jonathan M. Chu

AP U.S. History: Beneficial or Problematic?
by Maxine N. Lurie

What Do You Mean You Don't Do Advanced Placement?: Confessions of an Educational Heretic
by Ron Briley

HISTORIOGRAPHY
Recent Scholarship on Memory and History
by Patrick Hutton

REVIEWS
Textbooks and Readers

Colbert, Eyewitness to the American West: 500 Years of Firsthand History, and
Nabokov, Native American Testimony (rev. ed.)
by Keith Edgerton

McGauhey, Five Epochs of Civilization: World History as Emerging in Five Civilizations
by Philip F. Riley

Richards and Waibel, Twentieth Century Europe: A Brief History
by Thomas T. Spencer

Rubinstein, Britain's Century: A Political and Social History, 1815-1905
by Thomas W. Laqueur

General Books
Abels, Alfred the Great: War, Kingship and Culture in Anglo-Saxon England
by Nicole Guenther Discenza

Goodrich, Black Flag: Guerilla Warfare on the Western Border, 1861-1865
by Christopher Harrod

Hirschhorn, Democracy Reformed: Richard Spencer Childs and His Fight for Better Government
by Ellen Nore

Hodges, Slavery, Freedom & Culture Among Early American Workers
by Richard S. Chew

Jacoby, Laboring for Freedom: A New Look at the History of Labor in America
by Timothy Messer-Kruse

Jorgensen, History Workshop: Reconstructing the Past with Elementary Students
by John A. Shedd

Penna, Nature's Bounty: Historical and Modern Environmental Perspectives
by Gabriele G. Carey

Percoco, A Passion for the Past
by John A. Shedd

SPECIAL SECTION
Index to Volume 33

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Index
VOLUME 33

November 1999: pp. 1-144
February 2000: pp. 145-288
May 2000: pp. 289-416
August 2000: pp. 417-576

ARTICLES
Special Sections
1999 National History Day Prize Essays

Allen, Nathaniel, "The Times They Are A-Changing: The Influence of Railroad Technology on the Adoption of Standard Times Zones in 1883," 241-256.

"Human Eugenics: Whose Perception of Perfection?," by Parendi Mehta, 222-240.
Introduction, 221-222.

Mehta, Parendi, "Human Eugenics: Whose Perception of Perfection?," 222-240.

"Times They Are A-Changing, The: The Influence of Railroad Technology on the Adoption of Standard Times Zones in 1883," by Nathaniel Allen, 241-256.

History Teaching at the Community College
"Academic Professionalism and the Business Model in Education: Reflections of a Community College Historian," by Charles A. Zappia, 55-66.

"Class Struggles: Teaching History in the Postmodern Age," by Shirley Wilton, 25-32.

"Collaboration in History Teaching: Status, Problems, and Opportunities," by James J. Lorence, 79-89.

"Collaboration of Two- and Four-Year Colleges, A: Reconceptualizing the Introductory Survey Course," by Noralee Frankel and Linn Shapiro, 91-95.

DelGaudio, Julian J., "Should Historians Become Programmers? Limitations and Possibilities of Computer-Assisted Instruction in the United States History Survey," 67-78.

"Educational Priorities and Challenges: Teaching History in Community Colleges Today-An Introduction," by David S. Trask, 11-24.

Frankel, Noralee, co-auth., "A Collaboration of Two- and Four-Year Colleges: Reconceptualizing the Introductory Survey Course," 91-95.

"Gems from Rough Stones: Teaching with Technology in the Two-Year Environment," by Laura G. Musselwhite, 33-39.

"History Teaching at the Community College: A Preface," 9-10.

Huehner, David Robert, co-auth., "Technology and Student-Centered Learning: The University of Wisconsin Student History Network Project," 41-54.

Kallgren, Daniel, co-auth., "Technology and Student-Centered Learning: The University of Wisconsin Student History Network Project," 41-54.

Lorence, James J., "Collaboration in History Teaching: Status, Problems, and Opportunities," 79-89.

Musselwhite, Laura G., "Gems from Rough Stones: Teaching with Technology in the Two-Year Environment," 33-39.

Shapiro, Linn, co-auth., "A Collaboration of Two- and Four-Year Colleges: Reconceptualizing the Introductory Survey Course," 91-95.

"Should Historians Become Programmers? Limitations and Possibilities of Computer-Assisted Instruction in the United States History Survey," by Julian J. DelGaudio, 67-78.

"Technology and Student-Centered Learning: The University of Wisconsin Student History Network Project," by David Robert Huehner and Daniel Kallgren, 41-54.

Trask, David, "Educational Priorities and Challenges: Teaching History in Community Colleges Today-An Introduction," 11-24.

Wilton, Shirley, "Class Struggles: Teaching History in the Postmodern Age," 25-32.

Zappia, Charles A., "Academic Professionalism and the Business Model in Education: Reflections of a Community College Historian," 55-66.

More About Advanced Placement
"AP U.S. History: Beneficial or Problematic?," by Maxine N. Lurie, 521-525

Briley, Ron, "What Do You Mean You Don't Do Advanced Placement?: Confessions of an Educational Heretic," 527-532.

Chu, Jonathan M., "Preparing for the AP Exam: The Dangers of Teaching to the Test," 511-520.

"Document Analysis as a Tool to Strengthen Student Writing," by John E. Stovel, 501-509.

"Impact of the Document-Based Question on the Teaching of United States History, The" by Eric Rothschild, 495-500.

Lurie, Maxine N., "AP U.S. History: Beneficial or Problematic?," 521-525.

"Preparing for the AP Exam: The Dangers of Teaching to the Test," by Jonathan M. Chu, 511-520.

Rothschild, Eric, "The Impact of the Document-Based Question on the Teaching of United States History," 495-500.

Stovel, John E., "Document Analysis as a Tool to Strengthen Student Writing," 501-509.

"What Do You Mean You Don't Do Advanced Placement?: Confessions of an Educational Heretic," by Ron Briley, 527-532.

General Subject
"Affecting the Great Continuum of K-16 History Education," by Leon Fink, 297-302.

"Ethnic vs. Evangelical Religions: Beyond Teaching the World Religion Approach," by Joel E. Tishken, 303-320.

Fink, Leon, "Affecting the Great Continuum of K-16 History Education," 297-302.

Forsyth, Louise, co-auth., "History Didactics in the Post Cold War World: Central Asia, the Middle East, and China," 425-451.

Gould, David, co-auth., "History Didactics in the Post Cold War World: Central Asia, the Middle East, and China," 425-451.

"History Didactics in the Post Cold War World: Central Asia, the Middle East, and China," by Louise Forsyth, David Gould, and David Lawrence, 425-451.

Lawrence, David, co-auth., "History Didactics in the Post Cold War World: Central Asia, the Middle East, and China," 425-451.

Tishken, Joel E., "Ethnic vs. Evangelical Religions: Beyond Teaching the World Religion Approach," 303-320.

Continuing Series
"Interviews with Exemplary Teachers: James O. Horton," by Roy Rosenzweig, 97-107.

Rosenzweig, Roy, "Interviews with Exemplary Teachers: James O. Horton," 97-107.

The Craft of Teaching
August, Andrew, "Reader's Journal in Lower-Division History Courses, The: A Strategy to Improve Reading, Writing and Discussion," 343-348.

"Four Elements of Successful Historical Role-Playing in the Classroom," by Kathryn N. McDaniel, 357-362.

Frost, Jennifer, "Integrating Women and Active Learning into the U.S. History Survey," 363-370.

"Getting Undergraduates to Seek Primary Sources in Archives," by Marian J. Matyn, 349-355.

Horton, Paul, "Model for Teaching Secondary History, A: The Case of Fort Pillow," 175-183.

"'In Their Own Eyes': Using Journals with Primary Sources with College Students," by Susan Leighow Meo, 335-341.

"Integrating United States and World History in the High School Curriculum: The Trials and Tribulations of a Good Idea," by Mark Wallace, 483-494.

"Integrating Women and Active Learning into the U.S. History Survey," by Jennifer Frost, 363-370.

Leary, Jr., John E., "World Crisis as 'Teachable Moment': Joining Global Issues, International Law, and the Internet in the Classroom," 321-333.

Marcus, Robert D., "Nonreaders Anonymous: Reading History Collaboratively," 453-468.

Matyn, Marian J., "Getting Undergraduates to Seek Primary Sources in Archives," 349-355.

McCabe, Chica, coauthor, "Plat Maps as a History and Geography Teaching Tool," 153-173.

McDaniel, Kathryn N., "Four Elements of Successful Historical Role-Playing in the Classroom," 357-362.

Meo, Susan Leighow, "'In Their Own Eyes': Using Journals with Primary Sources with College Students," 335-341.

"Model for Teaching Secondary History, A: The Case of Fort Pillow," by Paul Horton, 175-183.

"Nonreaders Anonymous: Reading History Collaboratively," by Robert D. Marcus, 453-468.

"Plat Maps as a History and Geography Teaching Tool," by Robert M. Ward and Chica McCabe, 153-173.

"Reader's Journal in Lower-Division History Courses, The: A Strategy to Improve Reading, Writing and Discussion," by Andrew August, 343-348.

"Teaching Students How to Be Historians: An Oral History Project for the Secondary School Classroom," by Glenn Whitman, 469-481.

Wallace, Mark, "Integrating United States and World History in the High School Curriculum: The Trials and Tribulations of a Good Idea," 483-494.

Ward, Robert M., coauthor, "Plat Maps as a History and Geography Teaching Tool," 153-173.

Whitman, Glenn, "Teaching Students How to Be Historians: An Oral History Project for the Secondary School Classroom," 469-481.

"World Crisis as 'Teachable Moment': Joining Global Issues, International Law, and the Internet in the Classroom," by John E. Leary, Jr., 321-333.

Historiography
"'Dad, What Did You Do During the War?': A Postmodernist(?) Classroom Exercise," by Michael F. Palo, 193-212.

"Great Historical Jeremiad, The: The Problem of Specialization in American Historiography," by Ian Tyrell, 371-393.

Hutton, Patrick, "Recent Scholarship on Memory and History," 533-548.

Palo, Michael F., "'Dad, What Did You Do During the War?': A Postmodernist(?) Classroom Exercise," 193-212.

"Recent Scholarship on Memory and History," by Patrick Hutton, 533-548.

Tyrell, Ian, "The Great Historical Jeremiad: The Problem of Specialization in American Historiography," 371-393.

Notes and Comments
Betterly, Jack, "Teaching Global History: Context, Not Chronicle; Passion, Not Pedantry," 213-219.

Dunn, Ross E., "Making of a National Curriculum, The: The British Case," 395-398.

"Making of a National Curriculum, The: The British Case," by Ross E. Dunn, 395-398.

"Teaching Global History: Context, Not Chronicle; Passion, Not Pedantry," by Jack Betterly, 213-219.

The State of the Profession
Stearns, Peter N., "Student Identities and World History Teaching," 185-192.

"Student Identities and World History Teaching," by Peter N. Stearns, 185-192.

REVIEWS
Textbooks and Readers
Barron, Caroline, co-ed., England and the Low Countries in the Middle Ages, revd., 257-258.

Berkeley, Kathleen C., The Women's Liberation Movement in America, revd., 399-400.

Beyer, Janet, co-ed., The Great Depression: A Nation in Distress, revd., 115-116.

Black, Jeremy, Eighteenth-Century Europe, 2nd ed., revd., 400-401.

Blum, George P., The Rise of Fascism in Europe, revd., 260-261.

Bowers, J.D., rev., Revolutionary America, 1763-1815: A Political History, by Francis D. Cogliano, 404-405.

Bradley, Karen J., rev., Daily Life on the 19th-Century American Frontier, by Mary Ellen Jones, 258-260.

Britain's Century: A Political and Social History, 1815-1905, by W.D. Rubinstein, revd., 553-554.

Britnell, Richard, ed., Daily Life in the Late Middle Ages, revd., 401-403.

Britton, John A., The United States and Latin America: A Select Bibliography, revd., 116-117.

Brown, Jean E., co-auth., Learning About the Civil War: Literature and Other Resources for Young People, revd., 262-263.

Brown, Judith M., co-ed., The Oxford History of the British Empire: Vol. IV, The Twentieth Century, revd., 403-404.

Carson, Mina, rev., Forgotten Heroes: Inspiring American Portraits From Our Leading Historians, ed. by Susan Ware, 264-265.

Cogliano, Francis D., Revolutionary America, 1763-1815: A Political History, revd., 404-405.

Colbert, David, Eyewitness to the American West: 500 Years of Firsthand History, revd., 549-551.

Cottrell, Robert C., rev., The Penguin Dictionary of Contemporary American History: 1945 to the Present, by Stanley Hochman and Eleanor Hochman, 119-120.

Cregier, D.M., rev., Ireland: The 20th Century, by Charles Townshend, 263-264.

Daily Life in the Late Middle Ages, ed. by Richard Britnell, revd., 401-403.

Daily Life on the 19th-Century American Frontier, by Mary Ellen Jones, revd., 258-260.

Edgerton, Keith, rev., Eyewitness to the American West: 500 Years of Firsthand History, by David Colbert, 549-551.

Edgerton, Keith, rev., Native American Testimony (rev. ed.), by Peter Nabokov, 549-551.

Edwards, Cheryl, ed., Reconstruction: Binding the Wounds, revd., 117-118.

Eighteenth-Century Europe, 2nd ed., by Jeremy Black, revd., 400-401.

Emert, Phyllis Rabin, ed., Women in the Civil War: Warriors, Patriots, Nurses, and Spies, revd., 117-118.

England and the Low Countries in the Middle Ages, ed. by Caroline Barron and Nigel Saul, revd., 257-258.

Eyewitness to the American West: 500 Years of Firsthand History, by David Colbert, revd., 549-551.

Five Epochs of Civilization: World History as Emerging in Five Civilizations, by William McGauhey, revd., 551-552.

Forgotten Heroes: Inspiring American Portraits From Our Leading Historians, ed. by Susan Ware, revd., 264-265.

Good Citizen, The: A History of American Civic Life, by Michael Schudson, revd., 261-262.

Great Depression, The: A Nation in Distress, ed. by Janet Beyer and JoAnne B. Weisman, revd., 115-116.

Harrod, Christopher B., rev., Learning About the Civil War: Literature and Other Resources for Young People, by Elaine C. Stephens and Jean E. Brown, 262-263.

Hirschhorn, Bernard, rev., The Great Depression: A Nation in Distress, ed. by Janet Beyer and JoAnne B. Weisman, 115-116.

Hochman, Eleanor, The Penguin Dictionary of Contemporary American History: 1945 to the Present, revd., 119-120.

Hochman, Stanley, co-auth., The Penguin Dictionary of Contemporary American History: 1945 to the Present, revd., 119-120.

Ireland: The 20th Century, by Charles Townshend, revd., 263-264.

Iversen, Joan Smythe, rev., The Women's Liberation Movement in America, by Kathleen C. Berkeley, 399-400.

Jones, Mary Ellen, Daily Life on the 19th-Century American Frontier, revd., 258-260.

Knox, Lezlé rev., Daily Life in the Late Middle Ages, ed. by Richard Britnell, 401-403.

Laqueur, Thomas W., rev., Britain's Century: A Political and Social History, 1815-1905, by W.D. Rubinstein, 553-554.

Learning About the Civil War: Literature and Other Resources for Young People, by Elaine C. Stephens and Jean E. Brown, revd., 262-263.

Louis, Wm. Roger, co-ed., The Oxford History of the British Empire: Vol. IV, The Twentieth Century, revd., 403-404.

McGauhey, William, Five Epochs of Civilization: World History as Emerging in Five Civilizations, revd., 551-552.

McKee, Jim, rev., The Good Citizen: A History of American Civic Life, by Michael Schudson, 261-262.

McLeod, Jonathan, rev., Reconstruction: Binding the Wounds, ed. by Cheryl Edwards, 117-118.

McLeod, Jonathan, rev., Women in the Civil War: Warriors, Patriots, Nurses, and Spies, ed. by Phyllis Rabin Emert, 117-118.

Nabokov, Peter, Native American Testimony (rev. ed.), revd., 549-551.

Native American Testimony (rev. ed.), by Peter Nabokov, revd., 549-551.

Oxford History of the British Empire, The: Vol. IV, The Twentieth Century, ed. by Judith M. Brown and Wm. Roger Louis, revd., 403-404.

Penguin Dictionary of Contemporary American History, The: 1945 to the Present, by Stanley Hochman and Eleanor Hochman, revd., 119-120.

Reconstruction: Binding the Wounds, ed. by Cheryl Edwards, revd., 117-118.

Revolutionary America, 1763-1815: A Political History, by Francis D. Cogliano, revd., 404-405.

Richards, Michael D., co-auth., Twentieth Century Europe: A Brief History, revd., 552-553.

Riley, Philip F., rev., Five Epochs of Civilization: World History as Emerging in Five Civilizations, by William McGauhey, 551-552.

Rise of Fascism in Europe, The, by George P. Blum, revd., 260-261.

Rosenthal, Joel T., rev., England and the Low Countries in the Middle Ages, ed. by Caroline Barron and Nigel Saul, 257-258.

Rubinstein, W.D., Britain's Century: A Political and Social History, 1815-1905, revd., 553-554.

Saul, Nigel, co-ed., England and the Low Countries in the Middle Ages, revd., 257-258.

Schudson, Michael, The Good Citizen: A History of American Civic Life, revd., 261-262.

Schue, Paul, rev., The Rise of Fascism in Europe, by George P. Blum, 260-261.

Spencer, Thomas T., rev., Twentieth Century Europe: A Brief History, by Michael D. Richards and Paul R. Waibel, 552-553.

Stephens, Elaine C., co-auth., Learning About the Civil War: Literature and Other Resources for Young People, revd., 262-263.

Townshend, Charles, Ireland: The 20th Century, revd., 263-264.

Twentieth Century Europe: A Brief History, by Michael D. Richards and Paul R. Waibel, revd., 552-553.

United States and Latin America, The: A Select Bibliography, by John A. Britton, revd., 116-117.

Waibel, Paul R., co-auth., Twentieth Century Europe: A Brief History, revd., 552-553.

Ward, Joseph P., rev., Eighteenth-Century Europe, 2nd ed., by Jeremy Black, 400-401.

Ware, Susan, ed., Forgotten Heroes: Inspiring American Portraits From Our Leading Historians, revd., 264-265.

Weisman, JoAnne B., co-ed., The Great Depression: A Nation in Distress, revd., 115-116.

Weisser, Henry, rev., The Oxford History of the British Empire: Vol. IV, The Twentieth Century, ed. by Judith M. Brown and Wm. Roger Louis, 403-404.

Wells, Allen, rev., The United States and Latin America: A Select Bibliography, by John A. Britton, 116-117.

Women in the Civil War: Warriors, Patriots, Nurses, and Spies, ed. by Phyllis Rabin Emert, revd., 117-118.

Women's Liberation Movement in America, The, by Kathleen C. Berkeley, revd., 399-400.

General Subject
A Hard Fight for We: Women's Transition from Slavery to Freedom in South Carolina, by Leslie A. Schwalm, revd., 138-139.

A Passion for the Past, by James A. Percoco, revd., 563-564.

A Woman in Amber: Healing the Trauma of War and Exile, by Agate Nesaule, revd., 276-277.

Abels, Richard, Alfred the Great: War, Kingship and Culture in Anglo-Saxon England, revd., 555-556.

Abrams, Ann Ahry, The Pilgrims and Pocahontas: Rival Myths of American Origin, revd., 266-267.

Alfred the Great: War, Kingship and Culture in Anglo-Saxon England, by Richard Abels, revd., 555-556.

America and the Great War, 1914-1920, by D. Clayton James and Anne Sharp Wells, revd., 405-406.

Arnstein, Walter L., rev., The Mid-Victorian Generation, 1846-1886, by K. Theodore Hoppen, 130-131.

Baltic Nations and Europe, The: Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in the Twentieth Century, by John Hiden and Patrick Salmon, revd., 129.

Bane, Steven Kirk, rev., The New History in an Old Museum: Creating the Past at Colonial Williamsburg, by Richard Handler and Eric Gable, 128.

Beach, The: A History of Paradise on Earth, by Lena Lencek and Gideon Bosker, revd., 408-409.

Beardan, Patricia, co-auth., History Comes Home: Family Stories Across the Curriculum, revd., 410-411.

Bell, P.M.H., The Origins of the Second World War in Europe, revd., 120-121.

Bellot, Leland J., rev., Politics, War, and Empire: The Rise of Britain to a World Power, 1688-1792, by Earl A. Reitan, 137-138.

Bender, Eileen T., co-auth., More Quick Hits: Successful Strategies by Award-Winning Teachers, revd., 280-281.

Berghahn, Volker R., Imperial Germany, 1871-1914: Economy, Society, Culture, and Politics, revd., 121-122.

Black Flag: Guerilla Warfare on the Western Border, 1861-1865, by Thomas Goodrich, revd., 556-557.

Black Leadership: Four Great American Leaders and the Struggle for Civil Rights, by Manning Marable, revd., 274-275.

Bonn Republic, The: West German Democracy, 1945-1990, by A.J. Nicholls, revd., 277-279.

Bosker, Gideon, The Beach: A History of Paradise on Earth, revd., 408-409.

Bosnia: A Short Story, by Noel Malcolm, revd., 136-137.

Bruffee, Kenneth A., ed., Collaborative Learning: Higher Education, Interdependence, and the Authority of Knowledge, 2nd., revd., 267-268.

Burbank, Jane, co-ed., Imperial Russia: New Histories for the Empire, revd., 123-124.

Burrell, Brian, The Words We Live By: The Creeds, Mottoes, and Pledges That Have Shaped America, revd., 124-125.

Carey, Gabriele G., rev., Nature's Bounty: Historical and Modern Environmental Perspectives, by Anthony N. Penna, 562-563.

Cayton, Andrew R.L., Frontier Indiana, revd., 125-126.

Chew, Richard S., rev., Slavery, Freedom & Culture Among Early American Workers, by Graham Russell Hodges, 558-559.

Clark, Charles E., rev., The Baltic Nations and Europe: Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in the Twentieth Century, by John Hiden and Patrick Salmon, 129.

Clinton, Catherine, co-ed., Taking Off the White Gloves: Southern Women and Women Historians, revd., 269-270.

Cody, Lisa Forman, rev., Women in Early Modern England, 1550-1720, by Sara Mendelson and Patricia Crawford, 275-276.

Collaborative Learning: Higher Education, Interdependence, and the Authority of Knowledge, 2nd., ed. by Kenneth A. Bruffee, revd. 267-268.

Conceived in Liberty: Joshua Chamberlain, William Oates, and the American Civil War, by Mark Perry, revd., 279-280.

Cookman, Claude H., co-auth., More Quick Hits: Successful Strategies by Award-Winning Teachers, revd., 280-281.

Crawford, Patricia, co-auth., Women in Early Modern England, 1550-1720, revd., 275-276.

Culture and Customs of Argentina, by David William Foster, Melissa Fitch Lockhart, and Darrell B. Lockhart, revd., 268-269.

Democracy Reformed: Richard Spencer Childs and His Fight for Better Government, by Bernard Hirschhorn, revd., 557-558.

Discenza, Nicole Guenther, rev., Alfred the Great: War, Kingship and Culture in Anglo-Saxon England, by Richard Abels, 555-556.

Dreyfus Affair, The: Honour and Politics in the Belle Epoque, by Martin P. Johnson, revd., 406-407.

Egerton, Douglas R., rev., The Pilgrims and Pocahontas: Rival Myths of American Origin, by Ann Ahry Abrams, 266-267.

Foster, David William, co-auth., Culture and Customs of Argentina, revd., 268-269.

Frontier Indiana, by Andrew R.L. Cayton, revd., 125-126.

Gable, Eric, co-auth., The New History in an Old Museum: Creating the Past at Colonial Williamsburg, revd., 128.

Gilbert, Bentley B., rev., The Origins of the Second World War in Europe, by P.M.H. Bell, 120-121.

Gillespie, Michelle, co-ed., Taking Off the White Gloves: Southern Women and Women Historians, revd., 269-270.

Goodrich, Thomas, Black Flag: Guerilla Warfare on the Western Border, 1861-1865, revd., 556-557.

Haigh, Christopher, Profiles in Power: Elizabeth I, revd., 127-128.

Haller, Evelyn, rev., A Woman in Amber: Healing the Trauma of War and Exile, by Agate Nesaule, 276-277.

Hamilton, Carolyn, Terrific Majesty: The Powers of Shaka Zulu and the Limits of Historical Invention, revd., 271-272.

Handler, Richard, co-auth., The New History in an Old Museum: Creating the Past at Colonial Williamsburg, revd., 128.

Harrod, Christopher, rev., Black Flag: Guerilla Warfare on the Western Border, 1861-1865, by Thomas Goodrich, 556-557.

Haynes, John Earlt, co-auth., Venona: Decoding Soviet Espionage in America, revd., 272-273.

Hiden, John, co-auth., The Baltic Nations and Europe: Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in the Twentieth Century, revd., 129.

Hirschhorn, Bernard, Democracy Reformed: Richard Spencer Childs and His Fight for Better Government, revd., 557-558.

History Comes Home: Family Stories Across the Curriculum, by Steven Zemelman, Patricia Beardan, Yolanda Simmons, and Pete Leki, revd., 410-411.

History Workshop: Reconstructing the Past with Elementary Students, by Karen L. Jorgensen, revd., 561-562.

Hodges, Graham Russell, Slavery, Freedom & Culture Among Early American Workers, revd., 558-559.

Hopkins, Jerry, rev., The Words We Live By: The Creeds, Mottoes, and Pledges That Have Shaped America, by Brian Burrell, 124-125.

Hoppen, K. Theodore, The Mid-Victorian Generation, 1846-1886, revd., 130-131.

Horton, Paul, rev., Lewis Hayden and the War Against Slavery, by Joel Strangis, 281-283.

Hurt, Douglas, The Ohio Frontier: Crucible of the Old Northwest, 1720-1830, revd., 131-132.

Imperial Germany, 1871-1914: Economy, Society, Culture, and Politics, by Volker R. Berghahn, revd., 121-122.

Imperial Russia: New Histories for the Empire, ed. by Jane Burbank and David L. Ransel, revd., 123-124.

Iversen, Joan Smyth, rev., Taking Off the White Gloves: Southern Women and Women Historians, ed. by Michelle Gillespie and Catherine Clinton, 269-270.

Jacoby, Daniel, Laboring for Freedom: A New Look at the History of Labor in America, revd., 559-560.

James, D. Clayton, co-auth., America and the Great War, 1914-1920, revd., 405-406.

Johnson, Martin P., The Dreyfus Affair: Honour and Politics in the Belle Epoque, revd., 406-407.

Jorgensen, Karen L., History Workshop: Reconstructing the Past with Elementary Students, revd., 561-562.

Keefe, Thomas M., rev., Imperial Germany, 1871-1914: Economy, Society, Culture, and Politics, by Volker R. Berghahn, 121-122.

Keefe, Thomas M., rev., The Bonn Republic: West German Democracy, 1945-1990, by A.J. Nicholls, 277-279.

Keller, Clair W., rev., History Comes Home: Family Stories Across the Curriculum, by Steven Zemelman, Patricia Beardan, Yolanda Simmons, and Pete Leki, 410-411.

Kirk, Tim, The Longman Companion to Nazi Germany, revd., 132-133.

Klehr, Harvey, co-auth., Venona: Decoding Soviet Espionage in America, revd., 272-273.

Kramer, Lloyd, Nationalism, revd., 133-134.

Laboring for Freedom: A New Look at the History of Labor in America, by Daniel Jacoby, revd., 559-560.

Leki, Pete, co-auth., History Comes Home: Family Stories Across the Curriculum, revd., 410-411.

Lencek, Lena, co-auth., The Beach: A History of Paradise on Earth, revd., 408-409.

Lewis Hayden and the War Against Slavery, by Joel Strangis, revd., 281-283.

Linenthal, Edward T., Preserving Memory: The Struggle to Create America's Holocaust Museum, revd., 134-136.

Lockhart, Darrell B., co-auth., Culture and Customs of Argentina, revd., 268-269.

Lockhart, Melissa Fitch, co-auth., Culture and Customs of Argentina, revd., 268-269.

Longman Companion to Nazi Germany, The, by Tim Kirk, revd., 132-133.

Malcolm, Noel, Bosnia: A Short Story, revd., 136-137.

Marable, Manning, Black Leadership: Four Great American Leaders and the Struggle for Civil Rights, revd., 274-275.

Mendelson, Sara, co-auth., Women in Early Modern England, 1550-1720, revd., 275-276.

Messer-Kruse, Timothy, rev., Laboring for Freedom: A New Look at the History of Labor in America, by Daniel Jacoby, 559-560.

Mid-Victorian Generation, The, 1846-1886, by K. Theodore Hoppen, revd., 130-131.

Monas, Sidney, rev., Nationalism, by Lloyd Kramer, 133-134.

Monteón, Michael, rev., Culture and Customs of Argentina, by David William Foster, Melissa Fitch Lockhart, and Darrell B. Lockhart, 268-269.

More Quick Hits: Successful Strategies by Award-Winning Teachers, by S. Holly Stocking, Eileen T. Bender, Claude H. Cookman, J. Vincent Peterson, and Robert B. Votaw, revd., 280-281.

Muggleston, William F., rev., A Hard Fight for We: Women's Transition from Slavery to Freedom in South Carolina, by Leslie A. Schwalm, 138-139.

Mugleston, William F., rev., Black Leadership: Four Great American Leaders and the Struggle for Civil Rights, by Manning Marable, 274-275.

Nationalism, by Lloyd Kramer, revd., 133-134.

Nature's Bounty: Historical and Modern Environmental Perspectives, by Anthony N. Penna, revd., 562-563.

Nayenga, Peter F.B., rev., Terrific Majesty: The Powers of Shaka Zulu and the Limits of Historical Invention, by Carolyn Hamilton, 271-272.

Nesaule, Agate, A Woman in Amber: Healing the Trauma of War and Exile, revd., 276-277.

New History in an Old Museum, The: Creating the Past at Colonial Williamsburg, by Richard Handler and Eric Gable, revd., 128.

Nicholls, A.J., The Bonn Republic: West German Democracy, 1945-1990, revd., 277-279.

Nore, Ellen, rev., Democracy Reformed: Richard Spencer Childs and His Fight for Better Government, by Bernard Hirschhorn, 557-558.

Ohio Frontier, The: Crucible of the Old Northwest, 1720-1830, by Douglas Hurt, revd., 131-132.

Origins of the Second World War in Europe, The, by P.M.H. Bell, revd., 120-121.

Penna, Anthony N., Nature's Bounty: Historical and Modern Environmental Perspectives, revd., 562-563.

Percoco, James A., A Passion for the Past, revd., 563-564.

Perry, Mark, Conceived in Liberty: Joshua Chamberlain, William Oates, and the American Civil War, revd., 279-280.

Peterson, J. Vincent, co-auth., More Quick Hits: Successful Strategies by Award-Winning Teachers, revd., 280-281.

Pilgrims and Pocahontas, The: Rival Myths of American Origin, by Ann Ahry Abrams, revd., 266-267.

Pocock, Emil, rev., Frontier Indiana, by Andrew R.L. Cayton, 125-126.

Pois, Robert A. , rev., The Longman Companion to Nazi Germany, by Tim Kirk, 132-133.

Politics, War, and Empire: The Rise of Britain to a World Power, 1688-1792, by Earl A. Reitan, revd., 137-138.

Preserving Memory: The Struggle to Create America's Holocaust Museum, by Edward T. Linenthal, revd., 134-136.

Profiles in Power: Elizabeth I, by Christopher Haigh, revd., 127-128.

Ramusack, Barbara N., co-auth., Restoring Women to History: Women in Asia, revd., 409-410.

Ransel, David L., co-ed., Imperial Russia: New Histories for the Empire, revd., 123-124.

Redinger, Matthew, rev., The Beach: A History of Paradise on Earth, by Lena Lencek and Gideon Bosker, 408-409.

Reitan, Earl A., Politics, War, and Empire: The Rise of Britain to a World Power, 1688-1792, revd., 137-138.

Restoring Women to History: Women in Asia, by Barbara N. Ramusack and Sharon Sievers, revd., 409-410.

Ruddy, T. Michael, rev., Venona: Decoding Soviet Espionage in America, by John Earlt Haynes and Harvey Klehr, 272-273.

Salmon, Patrick, co-auth., The Baltic Nations and Europe: Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania in the Twentieth Century, revd., 129.

Schwalm, Leslie A., A Hard Fight for We: Women's Transition from Slavery to Freedom in South Carolina, revd., 138-139.

Scott, John Anthony, rev., Collaborative Learning: Higher Education, Interdependence, and the Authority of Knowledge, 2nd. ed., by Kenneth A. Bruffee, 267-268.

Shedd, John A., rev., A Passion for the Past, by James A. Percoco, 563-564.

Shedd, John A., rev., History Workshop: Reconstructing the Past with Elementary Students, by Karen L. Jorgensen, 561-562.

Sievers, Sharon, co-auth., Restoring Women to History: Women in Asia, revd., 409-410.

Simmons, Yolanda, co-auth., History Comes Home: Family Stories Across the Curriculum, revd., 410-411.

Slavery, Freedom & Culture Among Early American Workers, by Graham Russell Hodges, revd., 558-559.

Stocking, S. Holly, co-auth., More Quick Hits: Successful Strategies by Award-Winning Teachers, revd., 280-281.

Strangis, Joel, Lewis Hayden and the War Against Slavery, revd., 281-283.

Taking Off the White Gloves: Southern Women and Women Historians, ed. by Michelle Gil-lespie and Catherine Clinton, revd., 269-270.

Tamura, Eileen H. , rev., More Quick Hits: Successful Strategies by Award-Winning Teachers, by S. Holly Stocking, Eileen T. Bender, Claude H. Cookman, J. Vincent Peterson, and Robert B. Votaw, 280-281.

Terrific Majesty: The Powers of Shaka Zulu and the Limits of Historical Invention, by Carolyn Hamilton, revd., 271-272.

Totten, Samuel, rev., Preserving Memory: The Struggle to Create America's Holocaust Museum, by Edward T. Linenthal, 134-136.

Venona: Decoding Soviet Espionage in America, by John Earlt Haynes and Harvey Klehr, revd., 272-273.

Vieira, Michael A., rev., America and the Great War, 1914-1920, by D. Clayton James and Anne Sharp Wells, 405-406.

Votaw, Robert B., co-auth., More Quick Hits: Successful Strategies by Award-Winning Teachers, revd., 280-281.

Wasson, Ellis Archer, rev., Profiles in Power: Elizabeth I, by Christopher Haigh, 127-128.

Waugh, Joan, rev., Conceived in Liberty: Joshua Chamberlain, William Oates, and the American Civil War, by Mark Perry, 279-280.

Wells, Anne Sharp, co-auth., America and the Great War, 1914-1920, revd., 405-406.

Whited, Tamara L., rev., The Dreyfus Affair: Honour and Politics in the Belle Epoque, by Martin P. Johnson, 406-407.

Women in Early Modern England, 1550-1720, by Sara Mendelson and Patricia Crawford, revd., 275-276.

Woo-Sam, Anne, rev., The Ohio Frontier: Crucible of the Old Northwest, 1720-1830, by Douglas Hurt, 131-132.

Words We Live By, The: The Creeds, Mottoes, and Pledges That Have Shaped America, by Brian Burrell, revd., 124-125.

Yasutake, Rumi, rev., Restoring Women to History: Women in Asia, by Barbara N. Ramusack and Sharon Sievers, 409-410.

Zemelman, Steven, co-auth., History Comes Home: Family Stories Across the Curriculum, revd., 410-411.

Zlatar, Zdenko, rev., Bosnia: A Short Story, by Noel Malcolm, 136-137.

Znamenski, Andrei A., rev., Imperial Russia: New Histories for the Empire, ed. by Jane Burbank and David L. Ransel, 123-124.

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