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Volume 103  

VOLUME 103, 2007: Table of Contents

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    Editor's Note


    "'We Cannot Make a Silk Purse Out of a Sow's Ear': Eugenics in the Hoosier Heartland," by Alexandra Minna Stern

    "Creating a Jewish American Identity in Indianapolis: The Jewish Welfare Federation and the Regulation of Leisure, 1920-1934, " by Richard Moss

    "'Mr. Halleck's New Deal: Congressman Charles Halleck and the Limits to Reform," by Robert L. Fuller

    "Engulfed by the Past: History and Experience at the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library and Museum," by Keith A. Erekson

    Book Reviews

    White, Fragile Alliances, by Gary L. Bailey

    Carr, Our Town: A Heartland Lynching, a Haunted Town, and the Hidden History of White America, by Edward T. Linenthal

    Peters, Five Days in Philadelphia: The Amazing 'We Want Willkie' Campaign of 1940 and How it Freed FDR to Save the Western World, by Paul Musgrave

    Gould, prod., Ernie Pyle's War: A Documentary on Ernie Pyle, World War II Correspondent, by Owen V. Johnson

    Black, Come Hither to Go Yonder: Playing Bluegrass with Bill Monroe, by Bland Simpson

    Rund, The Indiana Rail Road Company: America's New Regional Railroad, by Richard Saunders, Jr.

    Goodwin, Team of Rivals: The Political Genius of Abraham Lincoln, by Matthew N. Vosmeier

    Matthews, Basil Wilson Duke, C.S.A.: The Right Man in the Right Place, by Robert G. Mangrum

    Loewen, Sundown Towns: A Hidden Dimension of American Racism, by William Munn

    Higbie, Indispensable Outcasts: Hobo Workers and Community in the American Midwest, 1880-1903 and Dickson and Allen, The Bonus Army: An American Epic, by Kenneth L. Kusmer

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    "The Local Origins of a New Deal Housing Project: The Case of Lockefield Gardens in Indianapolis," by Robert G. Barrows

    "Memory, Identity, and Heritage in the Great Depression: The LaPorte, Indiana, Centennial of 1932 as a Case Study, " by George W. Boudreau

    "'Not Southern Scorn but Local Pride: The Origin of the Word Hoosier and Indiana's River Culture," by Jonathan Clark Smith

    Book Reviews

    Mills, Jonathan Jennings: Indiana's First Governor, by Ralph D. Gray

    David, ed., To Prefer Nothing to Christ: Saint Meinrad Archabbey 1854-2004, by Steven M. Avella

    Firstenberger, In Rare Form: A Pictorial History of Baseball Evangelist Billy Sunday and Sunday, The Sawdust Trail: Billy Sunday in His Own Words, by Betty DeBerg

    Beveridge and Radomsky, Chronicle of Catherine Eddy Beveridge: An American Girl Travels into the Twentieth Century, by Amy L. Wink

    Cayton and Hobbs, eds., The Center of a Great Empire: The Ohio Country in the Early Republic, by Ginette Aley

    Sparks, Racoon John Smith: Frontier Kentucky's Most Famous Preacher, by Brian Wilson

    Doyle, Pioneer Spirit: Catherine Spalding, Sister of Charity of Nazareth, by Anne M. Butler

    Hoy, Good Hearts: Catholic Sisters in Chicago's Past, by Lisa Krissoff Boehm

    Knupfer, The Chicago Black Renaissance and Women's Activism, by Floris Barnett Cash

    Banner, How the Indians Lost their Land: Law and Power on the Frontier and Robertson, Conquest by Law: How the Discovery of America Dispossessed the Indigenous Peoples of their Land, by Thomas J. Lappas

    Sayre, The Indian Chief as Tragic Hero: Native Resistance and the Literatures of America, from Montezuma to Tecumseh and Brown, Injun Joe's Ghost: The Indian Mixed-Blood in American Writing, by Renee Bergland

    Neely, The Boundaries of American Political Culture in the Civil War Era, by Stephen Hansen

    Morgan, Women and Patriotism in Jim Crow America, by Barbara J. Steinson

    Kinney, The Carriage Trade: Making Horse-Drawn Vehicles in America, by Philip M. Teigen

    Friedman, Birth of a Salesman: The Transformation of Selling in America, by Burton Folsom, Jr.

    Jacobson, Raising Consumers: Children and the American Mass Market in the Early Twentieth Century, by Karen M. Dunak

    Ferrell, Presidential Leadership: From Woodrow Wilson to Harry S. Truman and Ferrell, Harry S. Truman and the Cold War Revisionists, by Tracy S. Uebelhor

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

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    "'A Noble Experiment': The Marriage Course at Indiana University, 1938-1940," by Donna Drucker

    "Law and Disorder North of the Ohio: Runaways and the Patriarchy of Print Culture, 1793-1815," by Robert M. Owens

    "Herman B Wells and the Legacy of Leadership at Indiana University," by Kenneth Gros Louis

    "'The Gentleman from Indianapolis': Kurt Vonnegut, 1922-2007, by Gregory Sumner

    Book Reviews

    Bodenhamer and Shepard, History of Indiana Law, by Elizabeth Brand Monroe

    Giffin, The Irish: Peopling Indiana, by Jay P. Dolan

    Hall, Den of Misery, by James J. Barnes

    Reinhart, ed., August Willich's Gallant Dutchmen: Civil War Letters from the 32nd Indiana Infantry, by Norbert Krapf

    Bridge, These Men Were Heroes Once: The 69th Indiana Volunteer Infantry, by Michael Barton

    Hiner, Mac's Boys: Branch McCracken and the Legendary 1953 Hurryin' Hoosiers, by Bob Hammel

    FitzGibbon, To Bear Any Burden: A Hoosier Green Beret's Letters from Vietnam, by Randy Mills

    Watts, In This Remote Country: French Colonial Culture in the Anglo-American Imagination, 1780-1860, by Brett Rushforth

    Garb, City of American Dreams: A History of Home Ownership and Housing Reform in Chicago, 1871-1919, by Thomas J. Jablonsky

    Leidenberger, Chicago's Progressive Alliance: Labor and the Bid for Public Streetcars, by Rosemary Feurer

    Silber, Daughters of the Union: Northern Women Fight the Civil War, by Rebecca Edwards

    Nordstrom, Danger on the Doorstep: Anti-Catholicism and American Print Culture in the Progressive Era, by Glen Jeansonne

    Stewart, Migrating to the Movies: Cinema and Black Urban Modernity, by DeWitt Douglas Kilgore

    Singh, Black is a Country: Race and the Unfinished Struggle for Democracy, by Valerie Grim

    Bruegmann, Sprawl: A Compact History, by John R. Ottensmann

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    "'An Unusual Case': Dan Shay, Clarence Euell, Gertrude Anderson, and the Limits of Hoosier Progressivism," by David Jones

    "Senator from Oklahoma: The Legislative Career of Hoosier Elmer Thomas ," by Carolyn G. Hanneman

    "'Forty Years a Legislator': Memoir of a Hoosier Boyhood," by Elmer Thomas

    "Doing Local History in Indiana: A Conversation with Linda Lou Rippy, Charlotte Sellers, and Joseph L. Skvarenina"

    "Observing Local History in Indiana: Responses by Rebecca Conard, Jannelle Warren-Findley, and David Glassberg"

    Book Reviews

    Waller, Butler University: A Sesquicentennial History, by William C. Ringenberg

    Finkelman and Hershock, eds., The History of Michigan Law, by Rebecca S. Shoemaker

    Van Vugt, British Buckeyes: The English, Scots, and Welsh in Ohio, 1700-1900, by Donald J. Ratcliffe

    Mogren, Native Soil: A History of the DeKalb County Farm Bureau, by J. L. Anderson

    Satler, Two Tales of a City: Rebuilding Chicago's Architectural and Social Landscape, 1926-2005, by Larry Bennett

    FitzSimmons Steinberg, Irma: A Chicago Woman's Story, 1871-1966, by Rima Lunin Schultz

    Clark, My Century in History: Memoirs, by Robert H. Ferrell

    Williams, Healing the Heart, Healing the 'Hood, by Richard Pierce

    Gottschalk, Rolling Away the Stone: Mary Baker Eddy's Challenge to Materialism, by Candy Gunther Brown

    Weber, Copperheads: The Rise and Fall of Lincoln's Opponents in the North, by Joseph Fornieri

    McGovern, Sold American: Consumption and Citizenship, 1890-1945, by David Steigerwald

    Franch, Robber Baron: The Life of Charles Tyson Yerkes, by Maureen Flanagan

    Review Notices



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