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Volume 102  
2006  

VOLUME 102, 2006: Table of Contents


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March

    Articles

    "A Young Hoosier's Adventures on the Mississippi River," by Dawn E. Bakken

    "The Journals of the Davy Crockett, commencing December 20th 1834 " by Asbury C. Jacquess

    "'Race and (In)justice on the Mississippi: An Episode from 'The Journals of the Davy Crockett','" by Thomas C. Buchanan

    "The 'Slows': The Torment of Milk Sickness on the Midwest Frontier," by Walter J. Daly

    Book Reviews

    Review Essay: Understanding Lincoln, by Daniel W. Stowell

    Calhoun, Benjamin Harrison, by Edward O. Frantz

    Rusch and Pizer, eds., Theodore Dreiser. Interviews, byLawrence H. Hussman

    Byers, The Ohio Hopewell Episode. Paradigm Lost and Paradigm Gained, by Christopher Peebles

    O'Donnell, Ohio's First Peoples, by Colin G. Calloway

    Thompson, Kings. The True Story of Chicago's Policy Kings and Numbers Racketeers: An Informal History, by Amanda I. Seligman

    Daly, When Slavery Was Called Freedom. Evangelicalism, Proslavery, and the Causes of the Civil War , by John R. McKivigan

    Burns, The Spirits of America. A Social History, by Mark E. Lender

    Rosen, Preaching Eugenics. Religious Leaders and the American Eugenics Movement, by Angela Lahr

    Wolfe and Akenson, eds., Country Music Goes to War, by Chris Stone

    Jager, The Fate of Family Farming. Variations on an American Idea, by Paul Salstrom

    Saunders, Main Lines. Rebirth of the North American Railroads, 1970-2002, by Maury Klein

    Index, Volume 101

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June

    Articles

    "From Internment to Indiana: Japanese Americans, the War Relocation Authority, the Disciples of Christ, and Citizen Committees in Indianapolis," by Nancy Nakano Conner

    "Asian Indians in Indiana," by M. Gail Hickey

    Review Essays

    Et in Arcadia. The Growing Market for Local History, by Patrick J. Furlong

    Saving the Daylights Out of Saving Daylight, by Michael Martone

    Book Reviews

    Nation, At Home in the Hoosier Hills. Agriculture, Politics, and Religion in Southern Indiana, 1810-1870, by Nicole Etcheson

    Winger, Lincoln, Religion, and Romantic Cultural Politics, by Lloyd Hunter

    Blakey, Creating a Hoosier Self-Portrait. The Federal Writers' Project in Indiana, 1935-1942, by Susan Neville

    Mills, Honoring Those Who Paid the Price”: Forgotten Voices from the Korean War, by Kevin Smith

    Gray, IUPUI. The Making of an Urban University and Kern and Lane, eds., Steel Shavings Vol. 35: Educating the Calumet: A History of Indiana University Northwest, by Burton J. Bledstein

    Harroff, The Amish Schools of Indiana. Faith in Education and Pratt, Shipshewana: An Indiana Amish Community, by Theron F. Schlabach

    Friend, Along the Maysville Road. The Early Republic in the Trans-Appalachian West, b y Lisa C. Tolbert

    Riley, Confronting Race. Women and Indians on the Frontier, 1815-1915, by Ginette Aley

    Nordin and Scott, From Prairie Farmer to Entrepreneur. The Transformation of Midwestern Agriculture, by Carl E. Kramer

    Greenhouse and Weininger, Chicago Painting 1895-1945: The Bridges Collection, by Rachel Berenson Perry

    Lieberman, Prairie Power. Voices of 1960s Midwestern Student Protest, by Joel P. Rhodes

    Spencer, ed., The Other Missouri History. Populists, Prostitutes, and Regular Folk, by Virginia J. Laas

    Howe, Language and Political Meaning in Revolutionary America, by Randall T. Shepard

    Blue, No Taint of Compromise. Crusaders in Antislavery Politics, by Rachel Hope Cleves

    Huston, Calculating the Value of the Union. Slavery, Property Rights, and the Economic Origins of the Civil War, by John Herbert Roper

    Letters

    Recent Articles, Books, Pamphlets, Dissertations, and Other Publications in Indiana History, compiled by Suzanne Hahn

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September

    Articles

    "Bank Robbers and Vigilantes in 1920s Indiana," by Paul Musgrave

    "The Long Struggle for Suffrage in Fort Wayne," by Peggy Seigel

    The Civil City: An Interview with William H. Hudnut, III

    Book Reviews

    Pierce, Polite Protest. The Political Economy of Race in Indianapolis, 1920-1970, by Damon Freeman

    Lassiter, et. al, eds., The Other Side of Middletown. Exploring Muncie's African American Community, by Khalil Gibran Muhammad

    Whitford and Martin, The Grand Old Man of Purdue University and Indiana Agriculture. A Biography of William Carroll Latta, by R. Douglas Hurt

    Beekman, William Dudley Pelley. A Life in Right-Wing Extremism and the Occult, by Timothy Crumrin

    Smith, The War Comes to Plum Street, by Anne M. Valk

    Grossman, Keating and Reiff, The Encyclopedia of Chicago, by David J. Bodenhamer

    Benedict and Winkler, The History of Ohio Law, by Elizabeth R. Osborn

    Ruud, ed., Karl Bodner's North American Prints, by Suzan Campbell

    Dahlstrom and Dahlstrom, The John Deere Story. A Biography of Plowmakers John and Charles Deere, by Hugh Prince

    Briggs, Lincoln's Speeches Reconsidered, by Allen Carl Guelzo

    Goodrich, Darkest Dawn. Lincoln Booth and the Great American Tragedy and Guttridge and Neff, Dark Union. The Secret Web of Profiteers, Politicians and Booth Conspirators that Led to Lincoln's Death, by Michael W. Pfau

    Bukowski, Pictures of Home. A Memoir of Family and City, by Thomas J. Jablonsky

    Mackey, The Uncivil War. Irregular Warfare in the Upper South, 1861-1865, by Robert E. May

    Jakle and Sculle, Signs in America's Auto Age. Singatures of Landscape and Place, by Bruce Bigelow

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December

    Editor's Note

    Articles

    "Back Home Again (and Again) in Indiana: E. Howard Cadle, Christian Populism, and the Resilience of American Fundamentalism," by Theo Anderson

    "Memories of the Ku Klux Klan in One Indiana Town," by William Clayton Wilkinson, Jr.

    "Hoosier Author as Diplomat: Meredith Nicholson in Latin America, 1933-1941," by Ralph D. Gray

    Book Reviews

    Lane, Steel Shavings, Vol. 37: Gary's First Hundred Years: A centennial History of Gary, Indiana, 1906-2006, by Andrew Hurley

    Bray, Peter Cartwright: Legendary Frontier Preacher, by A. James Fuller

    Middleton, The Black Laws: Race and the Legal Process in Early Ohio, by Richard Nation

    Bordewich, Bound for Canaan: The Underground Railroad and the War for the Soul of America , by David Gellman

    Bigham, On Jordan's Banks: Emancipation and Its Aftermath in the Ohio River Valley, by Lester C. Lamon

    Reps, John Caspar Wild: Painter and Printmaker of Nineteenth-Century Urban America, by Rachel Berenson Perry

    Carpenter, On the Farm Front: The Women's Land Army in World War II, by Thomas D. Isern

    Dixon, Never Come to Peace Again: Pontiac's Uprising and the Fate of the British Empire in North America, by Greg O'Brien

    Denson, Demanding the Cherokee Nation: Indian Autonomy and American Culture, 1830-1900, by Linda W. Reese

    Schneider, Lincoln's Defense of Politics: The Public Man and His Opponents in the Crisis Over Slavery, by Jim Cullen

    Pate, Livestock Hotels: America's Historic Stockyards, by Robert Slayton

    Richter, Home on the Rails: Women, the Railroad, and the Rise of Public Domesticity, by Errol Lincoln Uys

    Meinig, The Shaping of America: A Geographical Perspective on 500 Years of History, Volume 4, Global America, 1915-2000, by Bruce Bigelow

    Lewis, The Changing Face of Public History: The Chicago Historical Society and the Transformation of an American Museum, by Elizabeth Kryder-Reid

    Moore, Pinn and Sawyer, eds., Peoples Temple and Black Religion in America, by Monroe H. Little, Jr.

    Review Notices

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