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Volume 39 of The History Teacher, Contents and Index

Volume 39 Contents

 November 2005 (Vol. 39, No. 1)

February 2006 (Vol. 39, No. 2)

May 2006 (Vol. 39, No. 3)

August 2006 (Vol. 39, No. 4)

Volume 39 Index

 Volume 39 (November 2005, February 2006, May 2006, and August 2006)


Table of Contents
NOVEMBER 2005 ISSUE (Vol. 39, No. 1)

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
Welcome to Our New Editor: Jane Dabel
by Nancy Quam-Wickham, The History Teacher

GENERAL
Why Students Think There Are Two Kinds of American History
by Tony Waters

THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
What Happened and Why? Helping Students Read and Write Like Historians
by Patrick Rael

THE STATE OF THE PROFESSION
James Conant's Uncompleted Revolution: Methods Faculty and the Historical Profession, 1978-2004
by Russell B. Olwell

HISTORIOGRAPHY
The Spanish Borderlands, Historiography Redux
by David J. Weber

SPEICAL FEATURE
National History Day 2005 Prize Essays

Introduction
by Nancy Quam-Wickham, The History Teacher

Divided by a Common Language: The Babel Proclamation and its Influence in Iowa History
by Stephen J. Frese, Senior Division

The Great Communicator: How FDR's Radio Speeches Shaped American History
by Lumeng (Jenny) Yu, Junior Division

NOTES AND COMMENTS
'To Feel Fiercely': Tradition, Heritage, and Nostalgia in English History
by Jesse Freedman

SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS
Visit Us at the American Historical Association Meeting in January:
Please Join Us for a Special Reception and at Our Exhibit Booths

Eugene Asher Award for Distinguished Teaching: Nominations Now Being Accepted
Sponsored by Society for History Education/American Historical Association

REVIEWS
Aronson, Sir Walter Raleigh and the Quest for El Dorado
and John Winthrop, Oliver Cromwell, and the Land of Promise
by Bruce Allyn Lesh

Dillon, Morality and Custom in Ancient Greece
by Stanley M. Burstein

Fritz, Endkampf: Soldiers, Civilians, and the Death of the Third Reich
by Paul B. Hatley

Gevinson, Schrum, and Rosenzweig, History Matters: A Student Guide to U.S. History Online
by Barbara Kantz

Godbeer, Escaping Salem: The Other Witch Hunt of 1692
by Phillip Luke Sinitiere

Higgs, Against Leviathan: Government Power and a Free Society
by Caryn E. Neumann

Knepper, ed., Dear Mrs. Roosevelt: Letters to Eleanor Roosevelt Through Depression and War
by Margaret Rung

Kupfer, We Felt the Flames: Hitler's Blitzkrieg, America's Story
by Jeffery C. Livingston

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

Lane, Genghis Khan and Mongol Rule
by D. W. Y. Kwok

Ling and Monteith, eds., Gender and the Civil Rights Movement
by John Drabble

Mead, How the West Was Won: Woman Suffrage in the Western United States, 1868-1914
by Melanie Gustafson

Mihalkanin, ed., American Statesmen: Secretaries of State from John Jay to Colin Powell
by H. B. Ussach

O'Connor, The History of the Baltic States
by Andrejs Plakans

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

Sturgis, Presidents from Hayes through McKinley, 1877-1901: Debating the Issues in Pro and Con Primary Documents
by Michael E. Long

Townsend, Pocahontas and the Powhatan Dilemma
by Judith Ridner

Wittner, The Struggle Against the Bomb: Toward Nuclear Abolition, Vol. III
by Charles F. Howlett

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FEBRUARY 2006 ISSUE (Vol. 39, No. 2)

GENERAL
Rare Exceptions: Some University Professors and the Teaching of Native American History, 1900-1970
by Steven Crum

THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
Interactions and Connections: Locating and Managing Historical Complexity
by Patrick Manning

July 14 and September 11: Historical Method and Pedagogical Method
by Jeffrey Merrick

Free Black Activism in the Antebellum North
by Patrick Rael

REVIEWS
Adamson, Food in Medieval Times
by Charles W. Clark

Black, The Hanoverians: The History of a Dynasty
by Phillip Sinitiere

Blight, ed., The Underground Railroad in History and Memory: Passages to Freedom
by Gary T. Edwards

Bowling, Shapers of the Great Debate on the Great Society: A Biographical Dictionary
by Jeff Bloodworth

Budiansky, Her Majesty's Spymaster: Elizabeth I, Sir Francis Walsingham, and the Birth of Modern Espionage
by Roy Schreiber

Coker, Franklin D. Roosevelt: A Biography
by Roger Biles

Drew, Magna Carta
by Scott Wells

Eland, The Empire Has No Clothes: US Foreign Policy Exposed
by Tisa M. Anders

Filene, The Joy of Teaching: A Practical Guide for New College Instructors
by John E. Purmont

Houston, ed., Franklin: The Autobiography and other Writings on Politics, Economics, and Virtue
by Jonathan Turchek

Huff, The Revolutionary War Era
by John M. Lund

Kelm II, To Feel as Our Ancestors Did: Collecting and Performing Oral Histories
by Bruce Lesh

Lawson, ed., To Secure These Rights: The Report of Harry S Truman's Committee on Civil Rights
by Benton Williams

Lement and Dunakin, And Justice for Some: Exploring American Justice through Drama and Theatre
by D. Antonio Cantu

Moreno, Encyclopedia of Ellis Island
by David Rheimer

Platt, Shock Cities: The Environmental Transformation and Reform of Manchester and Chicago
by Tom McKinney

Pole, ed., The Federalist
by Douglas R. Egerton

Rees, Auschwitz: A New History
by William R. Fernekes

Southern, The Progressive Era and Race: Reaction and Reform, 1900-1917
by Angela Firkus

Thackeray, ed., Events That Changed Germany
by Paul B. Hatley

Young and Young, Music of the Great Depression
by Kalman Goldstein

Zinn and Anthony Arnove, eds., Voices of a People's History of the United States
by Gregory L. Kaster

Zinn, You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train. Film by Ellis and Mueller, First Run Icarus Films.
by Judith Bentley

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May 2006 ISSUE (Vol. 39, No. 3)

GENERAL
A "Genuine Relationship with the Actual": New Perspectives on Primary Sources, History and the Internet in the Classroom
by Michael Eamon

The "New Social History" in China: The Development of Women's History
by Shuo Wang

THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
Teaching Environmental History: Environmental Thinking and Practice in Europe, 1500 to the Present
by Robert M. Schwartz

A Study Guide for Stephen B. Oates' The Fires of Jubilee: Nat Turner's Fierce Rebellion
by Ron Briley

THE STATE OF THE PROFESSION
History Teacher Certification Standards in the States
by Sarah Drake Brown

The Myth of a Multicultural Curriculum: An Analysis of New York State U.S. History Regents
by Melissa Amy Maestri

REVIEWS
Applebaum, The Scientific Revolution and the Foundations of Modern Science
by Michael J. Salevouris

Black, The Hanoverians: The History of a Dynasty
by John Leo Donoghue

Bohning, The Castro Obsession: U.S. Covert Operations Against Cuba, 1959-1965
by Michael L. Krenn

Colot, The Public Vaults Unlocked
by D. Antonio Cantu

Coote, Drake: The Life and Legend of an Elizabethan Hero
by Robert Davidson

Donovan Bransford, eds., How Students Learn: History in the Classroom
by James F. Adomanis

Fraioli, Joan of Arc and the Hundred Years War
by Kate Staples

Hale, Subjects unto the Same King: Indians, English, and the Contest for Authority in Colonial New England
by James A. Bryant, Jr.

Kashatus; forward by Horton and Horton, In Pursuit of Freedom: Teaching the Underground Railroad
by William E. Doody

Mormino, Land of Sunshine, State of Dreams: A Social History of Modern Florida
by Joe P. Dunn

Quigley, Second Founding: New York City, Reconstruction, and the Making of American Democracy
by Alan Lessoff

Schissler and Soysal, eds., The Nation, Europe and the World: Textbooks and Curricula in Transition
by Robert Blackman

Scrijvers, The Unknown Dead: Civilians in the Battle of the Bulge
by Matthew McMurray

Small, At the Water's Edge: American Politics and the Vietnam War
by Phillip A. Cantrell, II

Smith, Presidents from Adams through Polk, 1825-1849: Debating the Issues in Pro and Con Primary Documents
by Darcy R. Fryer

Smith, The War Comes to Plum Street
by Michael W. Vogt

Waibel, Martin Luther: A Brief Introduction to His Life and Works
by Phillip Luke Sinitiere

Wright, Revolutionary Generation: Harvard Men and the Consequences of Independence
by Carolyn Williams

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August 2006 ISSUE (Vol. 39, No. 4)

THE CRAFT OF TEACHING
What's Wrong with Online Readings? Text, Hypertext, and the History Web
by Stephen Robertson

Images and the History Lecture: Teaching the History Channel Generation
by Joseph Coohill

Popular Culture in the Classroom: Using Audio and Video Clips to Enhance Survey Classes
by D. Sandy Hoover

History to Go: Why iTeach with iPods
by Deborah L. Vess

THE STATE OF THE PROFESSION
Reflections on TAH and the Historian's Role: Reciprocal Exchanges and Transformative Contributions to History Education
by Kelly Ann Long

NOTES AND COMMENTS
The New Political History and Women's History: Comments on The Democratic Experiment
by Kathryn Kish Sklar

Tunes of the Times: Historical Songs as Pedagogy for Recent US History
by Donna M. Binkiewicz

Do Old Ladies Make World History?: Student Perceptions of Elder Female Agency
by Stephen M. Woodburn

REVIEWS
Beir with Josepher, Roosevelt and the Holocaust: A Rooseveltian Examines the Politics and Remembers the Times
by Paul Vincent

Best, Churchill and War
by Thomas Saylor

Johnson, Daily Life in Colonial New England and
Gray, ed., Colonial America: A History in Documents
by David T. Courtwright

Kelly, The Lost Oasis. The Desert War and the Hunt for Zerzura: The True Story Behind The English Patient
by Johnpeter Horst Grill

Kerstetter, God's Country, Uncle Sam's Land: Faith and Conflict in the American West
by James T. Carroll

Love, Race Over Empire: Racism and U.S. Imperialism, 1865-1900
by Joyce S. Goldberg

Lucassen, The Immigrant Threat: The Integration of Old and New Migrants in Western Europe since 1850
by Robert B. Kane

Maier, The Kennedys: America's Emerald Kings
by Linda C. Gugin

Matviko, ed., The American President in Popular Culture
by Kalman Goldstein

McKibben, Beyond Cannery Row: Sicilian Women, Immigration, and Community in Monterey, California, 1915-1999
by Abraham Hoffman

Merli; Fahey, ed., The Alabama, British Neutrality, and the American Civil War
by Steven E. Woodworth

Michael, A Concise History of American Antisemitism
by Arlene Lazarowitz

Mintz, Huck's Raft: A History of American Childhood
by Jessica Weiss

Moulton, Chief Joseph: Guardian of the People
by James T. Carroll

Orleck, Storming Caesars Palace: How Black Mothers Fought Their Own War on Poverty
by Lynn Y. Weiner

Pearcy, The History of Central America
by Alberto E. Nickerson

Popkin, History, Historians, & Autobiography
by David S. Bovee

Readex, Archive of Americana
by W. Dean Eastman and Barbara Skaryd Fecteau

Rees, Auschwitz: A New History
by Jeffrey C. Blutinger

Schweikart and Allen, A Patriot's History of the United States
by David Hoogland Noon

Sewell, Jr., Logics of History: Social Theory and Social Transformation
by Deborah Hall

Soyer, ed., A Coat of Many Colors: Immigration, Globalization, and Reform in New York City's Garment Industry
by Myrna Cherkoss Donahoe, emeritus

Stevenson, Cataclysm: The First World War as Political Tragedy
by Geoff Eley

Stromquist, Re-inventing 'The People': The Progressive Movement, the Class Problem, and the Origins of Modern Liberalism
by Ellen Nore

SPECIAL SECTION
Annual Volume Index

Index to Volume 39

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Index
VOLUME 39

No. 1: November 2005: 1-144
No. 2: February 2006: 145-288
No. 3: May 2006: 289-432
No. 4: August 2006: 433-576

SPECIAL SECTIONS
Special Announcement
Quam-Wickham, Nancy, "Welcome to Our New Editor: Jane Dabel," 9-10.

"Welcome to Our New Editor: Jane Dabel," by Nancy Quam-Wickham, 9-10.

Special Feature
National History Day 2005 Prize Essays

"Divided by a Common Language: The Babel Proclamation and its Influence in Iowa History," by Stephen J. Frese, 059-88.

Frese, Stephen J., "Divided by a Common Language: The Babel Proclamation and its Influence in Iowa History," 059-88.

"Great Communicator, The : How FDR's Radio Speeches Shaped American History," by Lumeng (Jenny) Yu, 89-106.

"Introduction, " by Nancy Quam-Wickham, 057-58.

Quam-Wickham, Nancy, "Introduction, " 57-58.

Yu, Lumeng (Jenny), "The Great Communicator: How FDR's Radio Speeches Shaped American History," 89-106.

STANDARD SECTIONS
General Subject

"A 'Genuine Relationship with the Actual': New Perspectives on Primary Sources, History and the Internet in the Classroom," by Michael Eamon, 297-314.

Crum, Steven, "Rare Exceptions: Some University Professors and the Teaching of Native American History, 1900-1970," 153-73.

Eamon, Michael, "A 'Genuine Relationship with the Actual': New Perspectives on Primary Sources, History and the Internet in the Classroom," 297-314.

"Rare Exceptions: Some University Professors and the Teaching of Native American History, 1900-1970," by Steven Crum, 153-73.

"'New Social History' in China, The: The Development of Women's History," by Shuo Wang, 315-23.

Wang, Shuo, "The 'New Social History' in China: The Development of Women's History," 315-23.

Waters, Tony, "Why Students Think There Are Two Kinds of American History," 11-21.

"Why Students Think There Are Two Kinds of American History," by Tony Waters, 11-21.

The Craft of Teaching
"A Study Guide for Stephen B. Oates' The Fires of Jubilee: Nat Turner's Fierce Rebellion," by Ron Briley, 355-66.

Briley, Ron, "A Study Guide for Stephen B. Oates' The Fires of Jubilee: Nat Turner's Fierce Rebellion," 355-66.

Coohill, Joseph, "Images and the History Lecture: Teaching the History Channel Generation," 455-65.

"Free Black Activism in the Antebellum North," by Patrick Rael, 215-53.

"History to Go: Why iTeach with iPods," by Deborah L. Vess, 479-92.

Hoover, D. Sandy, "Popular Culture in the Classroom: Using Audio and Video Clips to Enhance Survey Classes," 467-78.

"Images and the History Lecture: Teaching the History Channel Generation," by Joseph Coohill, 455-65.

"Interactions and Connections: Locating and Managing Historical Complexity," by Patrick Manning, 175-95.

"July 14 and September 11: Historical Method and Pedagogical Method," by Jeffrey Merrick, 197-214.

Manning, Patrick, "Interactions and Connections: Locating and Managing Historical Complexity," 175-95.

Merrick, Jeffrey, "July 14 and September 11: Historical Method and Pedagogical Method," 197-214.

"Popular Culture in the Classroom: Using Audio and Video Clips to Enhance Survey Classes," by D. Sandy Hoover, 467-78.

Rael,, Patrick, "What Happened and Why? Helping Students Read and Write Like Historians," 023-32.

Robertson, Stephen, "What's Wrong with Online Readings? Text, Hypertext, and the History Web," 441-54.

Schwartz, Robert M., "Teaching Environmental History: Environmental Thinking and Practice in Europe, 1500 to the Present," 325-54.

"Teaching Environmental History: Environmental Thinking and Practice in Europe, 1500 to the Present," by Robert M. Schwartz, 325-54.

Vess, Deborah L., "History to Go: Why iTeach with iPods," 479-92.

"What Happened and Why? Helping Students Read and Write Like Historians," by Patrick Rael, 023-32.

"What's Wrong with Online Readings? Text, Hypertext, and the History Web," by Stephen Robertson, 441-54.

Historiography
"Spanish Borderlands, The, Historiography Redux", by David J. Weber, 43-56.

Weber, David J., "The Spanish Borderlands, Historiography Redux", 43-56.

Notes and Comments
Binkiewicz, Donna M., "Tunes of the Times: Historical Songs as Pedagogy for Recent US History," 515-20.

"Do Old Ladies Make World History?: Student Perceptions of Elder Female Agency," by Stephen M. Woodburn, 521-27.

Freedman, Jesse, "'To Feel Fiercely': Tradition, Heritage, and Nostalgia in English History," 107-15.

"New Political History and Women's History, The: Comments on The Democratic Experiment," by Kathryn Kish Sklar, 509-14.

Sklar, Kathryn Kish, "The New Political History and Women's History: Comments on The Democratic Experiment," 509-14.

"'To Feel Fiercely': Tradition, Heritage, and Nostalgia in English History," by Jesse Freedman, 107-15.

"Tunes of the Times: Historical Songs as Pedagogy for Recent US History," by Donna M. Binkiewicz, 515-20.

Woodburn, Stephen M., "Do Old Ladies Make World History?: Student Perceptions of Elder Female Agency," 521-27.

The State of the Profession
Brown, Sarah Drake, "History Teacher Certification Standards in the States," 367-80.

"History Teacher Certification Standards in the States," by Sarah Drake Brown, 367-80.

"James Conant's Uncompleted Revolution: Methods Faculty and the Historical Profession, 1978-2004," by Russell B. Olwell, 33-41.

Long, Kelly Ann, "Reflections on TAH and the Historian's Role: Reciprocal Exchanges and Transformative Contributions to History Education," 493-508.

Maestri, Melissa Amy, "The Myth of a Multicultural Curriculum: An Analysis of New York State U.S. History Regents," 381-402.

"Myth of a Multicultural Curriculum, The: An Analysis of New York State U.S. History Regents," by Melissa Amy Maestri, 381-402.

Olwell, Russell B., "James Conant's Uncompleted Revolution: Methods Faculty and the Historical Profession, 1978-2004," 33-41.

"Reflections on TAH and the Historian's Role: Reciprocal Exchanges and Transformative Contributions to History Education," by Kelly Ann Long, 493-508.

REVIEWS
A Coat of Many Colors: Immigration, Globalization, and Reform in New York City's Garment Industry, ed. by Daniel Soyer, revd., 556-57.

A Concise History of American Antisemitism, by Robert Michael, revd., 543-44.

A Patriot's History of the United States, by Larry Schweikart and Michael Allen, revd., 554-55.

Adomanis, James F., r., How Students Learn: History in the Classroom, ed. by M. Suzanne Donovan and John D. Bransford, 410-11.

Against Leviathan: Government Power and a Free Society, by Robert Higgs, revd., 123-24.

Alabama, British Neutrality, and the American Civil War, The, by Frank J. Merli; ed. by David M. Fahey, revd., 542-43.

Allen, Michael, A Patriot's History of the United States, revd., 554-55.

American President in Popular Culture, The, ed. by John W. Matviko, revd., 539-41.

American Statesmen: Secretaries of State from John Jay to Colin Powell, ed. by Edward S. Mihalkanin, revd., 132-33.

And Justice for Some: Exploring American Justice through Drama and Theatre, by Wendy Lement and Bethany Dunakin, revd., 271-72.

Anders, Tisa M., r., The Empire Has No Clothes: US Foreign Policy Exposed, by Ivan Eland, 264-65.

Applebaum, Wilbur, The Scientific Revolution and the Foundations of Modern Science, revd., 403-04.

Archive of Americana, by Readex, revd., 551-52.

Arnove, Anthony, co-ed., Voices of a People's History of the United States, revd., 281-82.

Aronson, Marc, John Winthrop, Oliver Cromwell, and the Land of Promise, revd., 117-18.

Aronson, Marc, Sir Walter Raleigh and the Quest for El Dorado, revd., 117-18.

At the Water's Edge: American Politics and the Vietnam War, by Melvin Small, revd., 421-22.

Auschwitz: A New History, by Laurence Rees, revd., 552-53.

Auschwitz: A New History, by Laurence Rees, revd., 276-77.

Beir, Robert L., co-auth., Roosevelt and the Holocaust: A Rooseveltian Examines the Politics and Remembers the Times, revd., 529-30.

Bentley, Judith, r., You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train, by Howard Zinn, 282-83.

Bernstein, Lee, r., Prosthetic Memory: The Transformation of American Remembrance in the Age of Mass Culture, by Alison Landsberg, 126-28.

Best, Geoffrey, Churchill and War, revd., 530-31.

Beyond Cannery Row: Sicilian Women, Immigration, and Community in Monterey, California, 1915-1999, by Carol Lynn McKibben, revd., 541-42.

Biles, Roger, r., Franklin D. Roosevelt: A Biography, by Jeffrey W. Coker, 261-62.

Black, Jeremy, The Hanoverians: The History of a Dynasty, revd., 405-06.

Blackman, Robert, r., The Nation, Europe and the World: Textbooks and Curricula in Transition, ed. by Hanna Schissler and Yasemin Nuhoglu Soysal, 418-19.

Blight, David W., ed., The Underground Railroad in History and Memory: Passages to Freedom, revd., 258-59.

Bloodworth, Jeff, r., Shapers of the Great Debate on the Great Society: A Biographical Dictionary, by Lawson Bowling, 259-60.

Blutinger, Jeffrey C., r., Auschwitz: A New History, by Laurence Rees, 552-53.

Bohning, Don, The Castro Obsession: U.S. Covert Operations Against Cuba, 1959-1965, revd., 406-07.

Bovee, David S., r., History, Historians, & Autobiography, by Jeremy D. Popkin, 549-51.

Bowling, Lawson, Shapers of the Great Debate on the Great Society: A Biographical Dictionary, revd., 259-60.

Bransford, John D., co-ed., How Students Learn: History in the Classroom, revd., 410-11.

Bryant, Jr., James A., r., Subjects unto the Same King: Indians, English, and the Contest for Authority in Colonial New England, by Jenny Hale, 413-14.

Budiansky, Stephen, Her Majesty's Spymaster: Elizabeth I, Sir Francis Walsingham, and the Birth of Modern Espionage, revd., 260-61.

Burstein, Stanley M., r., Morality and Custom in Ancient Greece, by John M. Dillon, 118-19.

Cantrell, II, Phillip A., r., At the Water's Edge: American Politics and the Vietnam War, by Melvin Small, 421-22.

Cantu, D. Antonio, r., And Justice for Some: Exploring American Justice through Drama and Theatre, by Wendy Lement and Bethany Dunakin, 271-72.

Cantu, D. Antonio, r., The Public Vaults Unlocked, by Thora Colot, et al, 407-09.

Carroll, James T., r., Chief Joseph: Guardian of the People, by Candy Moulton,, 546-47.

Carroll, James T., r., God's Country, Uncle Sam's Land: Faith and Conflict in the American West, by Todd M. Kerstetter, 535.

Castro Obsession, The: U.S. Covert Operations Against Cuba, 1959-1965, by Don Bohning, revd., 406-07.

Cataclysm: The First World War as Political Tragedy, by David Stevenson, revd., 558-59.

Chief Joseph: Guardian of the People, by Candy Moulton,, revd., 546-47.

Churchill and War, by Geoffrey Best, revd., 530-31.

Clark, Charles W., r., Food in Medieval Times, by Melitta Weiss Adamson, 255-56.

Coker, Jeffrey W., Franklin D. Roosevelt: A Biography, revd., 261-62.

Colonial America: A History in Documents, ed. by Edward G. Gray, revd., 532-33.

Colot, Thora, et al, The Public Vaults Unlocked, revd., 407-09.

Coote, Stephen, Drake: The Life and Legend of an Elizabethan Hero, revd., 409-10.

Courtwright, David T., r., Colonial America: A History in Documents, ed. by Edward G. Gray, 532-33.

Courtwright, David T., r., Daily Life in Colonial New England, by Claudia Durst Johnson, 532-33.

Daily Life in Colonial New England, by Claudia Durst Johnson, revd., 532-33.

Davidson, Robert, r., Drake: The Life and Legend of an Elizabethan Hero, by Stephen Coote, 409-10.

Dear Mrs. Roosevelt: Letters to Eleanor Roosevelt Through Depression and War, ed., by Cathy D. Knepper, revd., 124-25.

Diaz-Brown, William, r., Mexico Under Fox, ed. by Luis Rubio and Susan Kaufman Purcell, 134-35.

Dillon, John M., Morality and Custom in Ancient Greece, revd., 118-19.

Donahoe, Myrna Cherkoss, r., A Coat of Many Colors: Immigration, Globalization, and Reform in New York City's Garment Industry, ed. by Daniel Soyer, 556-57.

Donoghue, John Leo, r., The Hanoverians: The History of a Dynasty, by Jeremy Black, 405-06.

Donovan, M. Suzanne, co-ed., How Students Learn: History in the Classroom, revd., 410-11.

Doody, William E., r., In Pursuit of Freedom: Teaching the Underground Railroad, by William C. Kashatus; forward by James and Lois Horton, revd., 414-15.

Drabble, John, r., Gender and the Civil Rights Movement, ed. by Peter J. Ling and Sharon Monteith, 129-30.

Drake: The Life and Legend of an Elizabethan Hero, by Stephen Coote, revd., 409-10.

Drew, Katherine Fischer, Magna Carta, revd., 263-64.

Dunakin, Bethany, co-auth., And Justice for Some: Exploring American Justice through Drama and Theatre, revd., 271-72.

Dunn, Joe P., r., Land of Sunshine, State of Dreams: A Social History of Modern Florida, by Gary R. Mormino, 415-17.

Eastman, W. Dean, co-r., Archive of Americana, by Readex, 551-52.

Edwards, Gary T., r., The Underground Railroad in History and Memory: Passages to Freedom, ed. by David W. Blight, 258-59.

Egerton, Douglas R., r., The Federalist, ed. by J.R. Pole, 275.

Eland, Ivan, The Empire Has No Clothes: US Foreign Policy Exposed, revd., 264-65.

Eley, Geoff, r., Cataclysm: The First World War as Political Tragedy, by David Stevenson, 558-59.

Empire Has No Clothes, The: US Foreign Policy Exposed, by Ivan Eland, revd., 264-65.

Encyclopedia of Ellis Island, by Barry Moreno, revd., 272-73.

Endkampf: Soldiers, Civilians, and the Death of the Third Reich, by Stephen G. Fritz,, revd., 119-20.

Escaping Salem: The Other Witch Hunt of 1692, by Richard Godbeer, revd., 121-23.

Events That Changed Germany, ed. by Frank W. Thackeray, revd., 278-79.

Fahey, David M., ed., The Alabama, British Neutrality, and the American Civil War, revd., 542-43.

Fecteau, Barbara Skaryd, co-r., Archive of Americana, by Readex, 551-52.

Federalist, The, ed. by J.R. Pole, revd., 275.

Fernekes, William R., r., Auschwitz: A New History, by Laurence Rees, 276-77.

Filene, Peter, The Joy of Teaching: A Practical Guide for New College Instructors, revd., 265-66.

Firkus, Angela, r., The Progressive Era and Race: Reaction and Reform, 1900-1917, by David W. Southern, 277-78.

Food in Medieval Times, by Melitta Weiss Adamson, revd., 255-56.

Fraioli, Deborah A., Joan of Arc and the Hundred Years War, revd., 411-12.

Franklin D. Roosevelt: A Biography, by Jeffrey W. Coker, revd., 261-62.

Franklin: The Autobiography and other Writings on Politics, Economics, and Virtue, ed. by Alan Houston, revd., 266-67.

Fritz,, Stephen G., Endkampf: Soldiers, Civilians, and the Death of the Third Reich, revd., 119-20.

Fryer, Darcy R., r., Presidents from Adams through Polk, 1825-1849: Debating the Issues in Pro and Con Primary Documents, by David A. Smith, 422-23.

Gender and the Civil Rights Movement, ed. by Peter J. Ling and Sharon Monteith, revd., 129-30.

Genghis Khan and Mongol Rule, George Lane, revd., 128-29.

Gevinson, Alan, co-auth., History Matters: A Student Guide to U.S. History Online, revd., 121.

God's Country, Uncle Sam's Land: Faith and Conflict in the American West, by Todd M. Kerstetter, revd., 535.

Godbeer, Richard, Escaping Salem: The Other Witch Hunt of 1692, revd., 121-23.

Goldberg, Joyce S., r., Race Over Empire: Racism and U.S. Imperialism, 1865-1900, by Eric T.L. Love, 536-37.

Goldstein, Kalman, r., Music of the Great Depression, by William H. Young and Nancy K. Young, 279-81.

Goldstein, Kalman, r., The American President in Popular Culture, ed. by John W. Matviko, 539-41.

Gray, Edward G., ed., Colonial America: A History in Documents, revd., 532-33.

Grill, Johnpeter Horst, r., The Lost Oasis. The Desert War and the Hunt for Zerzura: The True Story Behind The English Patient, by Saul Kelly, 533-34.

Gugin, Linda C., r., The Kennedys: America's Emerald Kings, by Thomas Maier, 538-39.

Gustafson, Melanie, r., How the West Was Won: Woman Suffrage in the Western United States, 1868-1914, by Rebecca J. Mead, 131-32.

Hale, Jenny, Subjects unto the Same King: Indians, English, and the Contest for Authority in Colonial New England, revd., 413-14.

Hall, Deborah, r., Logics of History: Social Theory and Social Transformation, by William H. Sewell, Jr., 555-56.

Hanoverians, The: The History of a Dynasty, by Jeremy Black, revd., 405-06.

Hatley, Paul B., r., Endkampf: Soldiers, Civilians, and the Death of the Third Reich, by Stephen G. Fritz,, 119-20.

Hatley, Paul B., r., Events That Changed Germany, ed. by Frank W. Thackeray, 278-79.

Her Majesty's Spymaster: Elizabeth I, Sir Francis Walsingham, and the Birth of Modern Espionage, by Stephen Budiansky, revd., 260-61.

Higgs, Robert, Against Leviathan: Government Power and a Free Society, revd., 123-24.

History Matters: A Student Guide to U.S. History Online, by Alan Gevinson, Kelly Schrum, and Roy Rosenzweig, revd., 121.

History of Central America, The, by Thomas L. Pearcy, revd., 548-49.

History of Central America, The, by Thomas L. Pearcy, revd., 548-49.

History of the Baltic States, The, by Kevin O'Connor, revd., 133-34.

History, Historians, & Autobiography, by Jeremy D. Popkin, revd., 549-51.

Hoffman, Abraham, r., Beyond Cannery Row: Sicilian Women, Immigration, and Community in Monterey, California, 1915-1999, by Carol Lynn McKibben, 541-42.

Horton, James, co-fwd., In Pursuit of Freedom: Teaching the Underground Railroad, revd., 414-15.

Horton, Lois, co-fwd., In Pursuit of Freedom: Teaching the Underground Railroad, revd., 414-15.

Houston, Alan, ed., Franklin: The Autobiography and other Writings on Politics, Economics, and Virtue, revd., 266-67.

How Students Learn: History in the Classroom, ed. by M. Suzanne Donovan and John D. Bransford, revd., 410-11.

How the West Was Won: Woman Suffrage in the Western United States, 1868-1914, by Rebecca J. Mead, revd., 131-32.

Howlett, Charles F., r., The Struggle Against the Bomb: Toward Nuclear Abolition, Vol. III, by Lawrence S. Wittner, 138-39.

Huck's Raft: A History of American Childhood, by Steven Mintz, revd., 544-46.

Huff, Randall, The Revolutionary War Era, revd., 267-68.

Immigrant Threat, The: The Integration of Old and New Migrants in Western Europe since 1850, by Leo Lucassen, revd., 537-38.

In Pursuit of Freedom: Teaching the Underground Railroad, by William C. Kashatus; forward by James and Lois Horton, revd., 414-15.

Joan of Arc and the Hundred Years War, by Deborah A. Fraioli, revd., 411-12.

John Winthrop, Oliver Cromwell, and the Land of Promise, by Marc Aronson, revd., 117-18.

Johnson, Claudia Durst, Daily Life in Colonial New England, revd., 532-33.

Josepher, Brian, co-auth., Roosevelt and the Holocaust: A Rooseveltian Examines the Politics and Remembers the Times, revd., 529-30.

Joy of Teaching, The: A Practical Guide for New College Instructors, by Peter Filene, revd., 265-66.

Kane, Robert B., r., The Immigrant Threat: The Integration of Old and New Migrants in Western Europe since 1850, by Leo Lucassen, 537-38.

Kantz, Barbara, r., History Matters: A Student Guide to U.S. History Online, by Alan Gevinson, Kelly Schrum, and Roy Rosenzweig, 121.

Kashatus, William C., In Pursuit of Freedom: Teaching the Underground Railroad, revd., 414-15.

Kaster, Gregory L., Voices of a People's History of the United States, ed. by Howard Zinn and Anthony Arnove, 281-82.

Kelly, Saul, The Lost Oasis. The Desert War and the Hunt for Zerzura: The True Story Behind The English Patient, revd., 533-34.

Kelm II, Daniel, To Feel as Our Ancestors Did: Collecting and Performing Oral Histories, revd., 268-69.

Kennedys, The: America's Emerald Kings, by Thomas Maier, revd., 538-39.

Kerstetter, Todd M., God's Country, Uncle Sam's Land: Faith and Conflict in the American West, revd., 535.

Knepper, Cathy D., ed., Dear Mrs. Roosevelt: Letters to Eleanor Roosevelt Through Depression and War, revd., 124-25.

Krenn, Michael L., r., The Castro Obsession: U.S. Covert Operations Against Cuba, 1959-1965, by Don Bohning, 406-07.

Kupfer, Charles, We Felt the Flames: Hitler's Blitzkrieg, America's Story, revd., 125-26.

Kwok, D. W. Y., r., Genghis Khan and Mongol Rule, George Lane, 128-29.

Land of Sunshine, State of Dreams: A Social History of Modern Florida, by Gary R. Mormino, revd., 415-17.

Landsberg, Alison, Prosthetic Memory: The Transformation of American Remembrance in the Age of Mass Culture, revd., 126-28.

Lane, George, Genghis Khan and Mongol Rule, revd., 128-29.

Lawson, Steven F., ed., To Secure These Rights: The Report of Harry S Truman's Committee on Civil Rights, revd., 270-71.

Lazarowitz, Arlene, r., A Concise History of American Antisemitism, by Robert Michael, 543-44.

Lement, Wendy, co-auth., And Justice for Some: Exploring American Justice through Drama and Theatre, revd., 271-72.

Lesh, Bruce Allyn, r., Sir Walter Raleigh and the Quest for El Dorado, by Marc Aronson, 117-18.

Lesh, Bruce, r., To Feel as Our Ancestors Did: Collecting and Performing Oral Histories, by Daniel Kelm II, 268-69.

Lessoff, Alan, r., Second Founding: New York City, Reconstruction, and the Making of American Democracy, by David Quigley, 417-18.

Ling, Peter J., co-ed., Gender and the Civil Rights Movement, revd., 129-30.

Livingston, Jeffery C., r., We Felt the Flames: Hitler's Blitzkrieg, America's Story, 125-26.

Logics of History: Social Theory and Social Transformation, by William H. Sewell, Jr., revd., 555-56.

Long, Michael E., r., Presidents from Hayes through McKinley, 1877-1901: Debating the Issues in Pro and Con Primary Documents, by Amy H. Sturgis, 136-37.

Lost Oasis, The. The Desert War and the Hunt for Zerzura: The True Story Behind The English Patient, by Saul Kelly, revd., 533-34.

Love, Eric T.L., Race Over Empire: Racism and U.S. Imperialism, 1865-1900, revd., 536-37.

Lucassen, Leo, The Immigrant Threat: The Integration of Old and New Migrants in Western Europe since 1850, revd., 537-38.

Lund, John M., r., The Revolutionary War Era, by Randall Huff, 267-68.

Magna Carta, by Katherine Fischer Drew, revd., 263-64.

Maier, Thomas, The Kennedys: America's Emerald Kings, revd., 538-39.

Martin Luther: A Brief Introduction to His Life and Works, by Paul R. Waibel, revd., 424-25.

Matviko, John W., ed., The American President in Popular Culture, revd., 539-41.

McKibben, Carol Lynn, Beyond Cannery Row: Sicilian Women, Immigration, and Community in Monterey, California, 1915-1999, revd., 541-42.

McKinney, Tom, r., Shock Cities: The Environmental Transformation and Reform of Manchester and Chicago, by Harold L. Platt, 274.

McMurray, Matthew, r., The Unknown Dead: Civilians in the Battle of the Bulge, by Peter Scrijvers, 419-21.

Mead, Rebecca J., How the West Was Won: Woman Suffrage in the Western United States, 1868-1914, revd., 131-32.

Merli, Frank J., The Alabama, British Neutrality, and the American Civil War, revd., 542-43.

Mexico Under Fox, ed. by Luis Rubio and Susan Kaufman Purcell, revd., 134-35.

Michael, Robert, A Concise History of American Antisemitism, revd., 543-44.

Mihalkanin, Edward S., ed., American Statesmen: Secretaries of State from John Jay to Colin Powell, revd., 132-33.

Mintz, Steven, Huck's Raft: A History of American Childhood, revd., 544-46.

Monteith, Sharon, co-ed., Gender and the Civil Rights Movement, revd., 129-30.

Morality and Custom in Ancient Greece, by John M. Dillon, revd., 118-19.

Moreno, Barry, Encyclopedia of Ellis Island, revd., 272-73.

Mormino, Gary R., Land of Sunshine, State of Dreams: A Social History of Modern Florida, revd., 415-17.

Moulton,, Candy, Chief Joseph: Guardian of the People, revd., 546-47.

Music of the Great Depression, by William H. Young and Nancy K. Young, revd., 279-81.

Nation, Europe and the World, The: Textbooks and Curricula in Transition, ed. by Hanna Schissler and Yasemin Nuhoglu Soysal, revd., 418-19.

Neumann, Caryn E., r., Against Leviathan: Government Power and a Free Society, by Robert Higgs, 123-24.

Nickerson, Alberto E., r., The History of Central America, by Thomas L. Pearcy, 548-49.

Nickerson, Alberto E., r., The History of Central America, by Thomas L. Pearcy, 548-49.

Noon, David Hoogland, r., A Patriot's History of the United States, by Larry Schweikart and Michael Allen, 554-55.

Nore, Ellen, r., Re-inventing 'The People': The Progressive Movement, the Class Problem, and the Origins of Modern Liberalism, by Shelton Stromquist, 559-60.

O'Connor, Kevin, The History of the Baltic States, revd., 133-34.

Orleck, Annelise, Storming Caesars Palace: How Black Mothers Fought Their Own War on Poverty, revd., 547-48.

Pearcy, Thomas L., The History of Central America, revd., 548-49.

Pearcy, Thomas L., The History of Central America, revd., 548-49.

Plakans, Andrejs, r., The History of the Baltic States, by Kevin O'Connor, 133-34.

Platt, Harold L., Shock Cities: The Environmental Transformation and Reform of Manchester and Chicago, revd., 274.

Pocahontas and the Powhatan Dilemma, by Camilla Townsend, revd., 137-38.

Pole, J.R., ed., r., The Federalist, revd., 275.

Popkin, Jeremy D., History, Historians, & Autobiography, revd., 549-51.

Presidents from Adams through Polk, 1825-1849: Debating the Issues in Pro and Con Primary Documents, by David A. Smith, revd., 422-23.

Presidents from Hayes through McKinley, 1877-1901: Debating the Issues in Pro and Con Primary Documents, by Amy H. Sturgis, revd., 136-37.

Progressive Era and Race, The: Reaction and Reform, 1900-1917, by David W. Southern, revd., 277-78.

Prosthetic Memory: The Transformation of American Remembrance in the Age of Mass Culture, by Alison Landsberg, revd., 126-28.

Public Vaults Unlocked, The, by Thora Colot, et al, revd., 407-09.

Purcell, Susan Kaufman, co-ed., Mexico Under Fox, revd., 134-35.

Purmont, John E., r., The Joy of Teaching: A Practical Guide for New College Instructors, by Peter Filene, 265-66.

Quigley, David, Second Founding: New York City, Reconstruction, and the Making of American Democracy, revd., 417-18.

Race Over Empire: Racism and U.S. Imperialism, 1865-1900, by Eric T.L. Love, revd., 536-37.

Readex, Archive of Americana, revd., 551-52.

Rees, Laurence, Auschwitz: A New History, revd., 552-53.

Rees, Laurence, Auschwitz: A New History, revd., 276-77.

Re-inventing 'The People': The Progressive Movement, the Class Problem, and the Origins of Modern Liberalism, by Shelton Stromquist, revd., 559-60.

Revolutionary Generation: Harvard Men and the Consequences of Independence, by Conrad Edick Wright, revd., 426-27.

Revolutionary War Era, The, by Randall Huff, revd., 267-68.

Rheimer, David, r., Encyclopedia of Ellis Island, by Barry Moreno, 272-73.

Ridner, Judith, r., Pocahontas and the Powhatan Dilemma, by Camilla Townsend, 137-38.

Roosevelt and the Holocaust: A Rooseveltian Examines the Politics and Remembers the Times, by Robert L. Beir with Brian Josepher, revd., 529-30.

Rosenzweig, Roy, co-auth., History Matters: A Student Guide to U.S. History Online, revd., 121.

Rubio, Luis, co-ed., Mexico Under Fox, revd., 134-35.

Rung, Margaret, r., Dear Mrs. Roosevelt: Letters to Eleanor Roosevelt Through Depression and War, ed., by Cathy D. Knepper, 124-25.

Salevouris, Michael J., r., The Scientific Revolution and the Foundations of Modern Science, by Wilbur Applebaum, 403-04.

Saylor, Thomas, r., Churchill and War, by Geoffrey Best, 530-31.

Schissler, Hanna, co-ed., The Nation, Europe and the World: Textbooks and Curricula in Transition, revd., 418-19.

Schreiber, Roy, r., Her Majesty's Spymaster: Elizabeth I, Sir Francis Walsingham, and the Birth of Modern Espionage, by Stephen Budiansky, 260-61.

Schrum, Kelly, co-auth., History Matters: A Student Guide to U.S. History Online, revd., 121.

Schweikart, Larry, A Patriot's History of the United States, revd., 554-55.

Scientific Revolution and the Foundations of Modern Science, The, by Wilbur Applebaum, revd., 403-04.

Scrijvers, Peter, The Unknown Dead: Civilians in the Battle of the Bulge, revd., 419-21.

Second Founding: New York City, Reconstruction, and the Making of American Democracy, by David Quigley, revd., 417-18.

Sewell, Jr., William H., Logics of History: Social Theory and Social Transformation, revd., 555-56.

Shapers of the Great Debate on the Great Society: A Biographical Dictionary, by Lawson Bowling, revd., 259-60.

Shock Cities: The Environmental Transformation and Reform of Manchester and Chicago, by Harold L. Platt, revd., 274.

Sinitiere, Phillip Luke, r., Escaping Salem: The Other Witch Hunt of 1692, by Richard Godbeer, 121-23.

Sinitiere, Phillip Luke, r., Martin Luther: A Brief Introduction to His Life and Works, by Paul R. Waibel, 424-25.

Sir Walter Raleigh and the Quest for El Dorado, by Marc Aronson, revd., 117-18.

Small, Melvin, At the Water's Edge: American Politics and the Vietnam War, revd., 421-22.

Smith, Bruce C., The War Comes to Plum Street, revd., 423-24.

Smith, David A., Presidents from Adams through Polk, 1825-1849: Debating the Issues in Pro and Con Primary Documents, revd., 422-23.

Southern, David W., The Progressive Era and Race: Reaction and Reform, 1900-1917, revd., 277-78.

Soyer, Daniel, ed., A Coat of Many Colors: Immigration, Globalization, and Reform in New York City's Garment Industry, revd., 556-57.

Soysal, Yasemin Nuhoglu, co-ed., The Nation, Europe and the World: Textbooks and Curricula in Transition, revd., 418-19.

Staples, Kate, r., Joan of Arc and the Hundred Years War, by Deborah A. Fraioli, 411-12.

Stevenson, David, Cataclysm: The First World War as Political Tragedy, revd., 558-59.

Storming Caesars Palace: How Black Mothers Fought Their Own War on Poverty, by Annelise Orleck, revd., 547-48.

Stromquist, Shelton, Re-inventing 'The People': The Progressive Movement, the Class Problem, and the Origins of Modern Liberalism, revd., 559-60.

Struggle Against the Bomb, The: Toward Nuclear Abolition, Vol. III, by Lawrence S. Wittner, revd., 138-39.

Sturgis, Amy H., Presidents from Hayes through McKinley, 1877-1901: Debating the Issues in Pro and Con Primary Documents, revd., 136-37.

Subjects unto the Same King: Indians, English, and the Contest for Authority in Colonial New England, by Jenny Hale, revd., 413-14.

Thackeray, Frank W., ed., Events That Changed Germany, revd., 278-79.

To Feel as Our Ancestors Did: Collecting and Performing Oral Histories, by Daniel Kelm II, revd., 268-69.

To Secure These Rights: The Report of Harry S Truman's Committee on Civil Rights, ed., by Steven F. Lawson, revd., 270-71.

Townsend, Camilla, Pocahontas and the Powhatan Dilemma, revd., 137-38.

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Underground Railroad in History and Memory, The: Passages to Freedom, ed. by David W. Blight, revd., 258-59.

Unknown Dead, The: Civilians in the Battle of the Bulge, by Peter Scrijvers, revd., 419-21.

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Voices of a People's History of the United States, ed. by Howard Zinn and Anthony Arnove, revd., 281-82.

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We Felt the Flames: Hitler's Blitzkrieg, America's Story, by Charles Kupfer, revd., 125-26.

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Weiss Adamson, Melitta, Food in Medieval Times, revd., 255-56.

Weiss, Jessica, r., Huck's Raft: A History of American Childhood, by Steven Mintz, 544-46.

Wells, Scott, r., Magna Carta, by Katherine Fischer Drew, 263-64.

Williams, Benton, r., To Secure These Rights: The Report of Harry S Truman's Committee on Civil Rights, ed., by Steven F. Lawson, 270-71.

Williams, Carolyn, r., Revolutionary Generation: Harvard Men and the Consequences of Independence, by Conrad Edick Wright, 426-27.

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Wright, Conrad Edick, Revolutionary Generation: Harvard Men and the Consequences of Independence, revd., 426-27.

You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train, by Howard Zinn, revd., 282-83.

Young, Nancy K., co-auth., Music of the Great Depression, revd., 279-81.

Young, William H., co-auth., Music of the Great Depression, revd., 279-81.

Zinn, Howard, co-ed., Voices of a People's History of the United States, revd., 281-82.

Zinn, Howard, You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train, revd., 282-83.

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