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Volume 104  
2008  

VOLUME 104, 2008: Table of Contents


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March

    Articles

    "Deceitful Paupers or Worthy Poor? Oscar McCulloch and Charity Reform," by Brent Ruswick

    "Oscar McCulloch's 'Tribe of Ishmael' and Twentieth-Century Eugenics," by Elsa F. Kramer

    "'The Life of a Methodist Circuit Rider in Pioneer Indiana," by Riley B. Case

    Book Reviews

    Gehring, James Dean: Rebel with a Cause and Smith, Hoosiers in Hollywood, by Randy Roberts

    Owens, The Devil's Topographer: Ambrose Bierce and the American War Story, by Jonathan Elmer

    Guice, ed., By His Own Hand? The Mysterious Death of Meriwether Lewis, by Larry A. Morris

    Barnes, The Cost of Being Poor, by Edward Schmitt

    Steiner, An Honest Calling: The Law Practice of Abraham Lincoln, by Gerald Prokopowicz

    Washington, Packing Them In: An Archaeology of Environmental Racism in Chicago, 1865-1954, by David Naguib Pellow

    Hoover, A Good Day's Work: An Iowa Farm in the Great Depression, by James Trulock

    Mason, Slavery and Politics in the Early Republic, by J. Matthew Gallman

    Kachun, Festivals of Freedom: Memory and Meaning in African American Emancipation Celebrations, 1808-1915, by Cornelius Bynum

    Blondheim, ed., Copperhead Gore: Benjamin Wood's Fort Lafayette and Civil War America, by David M. Owens

    Currell and Cogdell, Popular Eugenics: National Efficiency and American Mass Culture in the 1930s, by Jason S. Lantzer

    Rymph, Republican Women: Feminism and Conservatism From Suffrage Through the Rise of the New Right, by Gregory L. Schneider

    Archibald, The New Town Square: Museums and Communities in Transition, by Amy Levin

    Middleton, Smerk, and Diehl, eds., Encyclopedia of North American Railroads, by Richard Saunders Jr.

    Letters

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June

    Articles

    "The Home of Ben-Hur: Lew Wallace's Study," by Cinnamon Catlin-Legutko

    "A Struggle for Respect: Lew Wallace's Relationships with Ulysses S. Grant and William Tecumseh Sherman After Shiloh," by William M. Ferraro

    "The Charioteer and the Christ: Ben-Hur in America from the Gilded Age to the Culture Wars," by Howard Miller

    "Publishing Lew and Susan Wallace in the Twenty-first Century," by Thomas A. Mason, Marcia R. Caudell, Suzanne S. Bellamy, and Ray E. Boomhower

    Book Reviews

    Holzer, ed., Abraham Lincoln Portrayed in the Collections of the Indiana Historical Society, by Cinda Ann May

    Bennett, He Almost Changed the World: The Life and Times of Thomas Riley Marshall, by Joel K. Goldstein

    Keating, Chicagoland: City and Suburbs in the Railroad Age, by Joseph C. Bigott

    Boomhower, 'One Shot': The World War II Photography of John A. Bushemi, by Claude Cookman

    Baker, The Rescue of Joshua Glover: A Fugitive Slave, the Constitution, and the Coming of the Civil War, by John Craig Hammond

    Calhoun, Conceiving the New Republic: The Republican Party and the Southern Question, 1869-1900, by Peter Argersinger

    Lawson, A Commonwealth of Hope: The New Deal Response to Crisis, by John F. Bauman

    Jaspin, Buried in the Bitter Waters: The Hidden History of Racial Cleansing in America, by Richard Nation

    Dippel, Race to the Frontier: 'White Flight' and Westward Expansion, by David Gellman

    Jones, The Songs that Fought the War: Popular Music and the Homefront, 1939-1945, by Kenneth J. Bindas

    Donahue and Trump, The Politics of Zoos: Exotic Animals and Their Protectors, by Paul Grayson

    Ascoli, Julius Rosenwald: The Man Who Built Sears, Roebuck and Advanced the Cause of Black Education in the American South, by John H. Stanfield II

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

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September

    Articles

    "The Bicycle Boom and the Bicycle Bloc: Cycling and Politics in the 1890s," by Michael Taylor

    "Pushing the Color Line: Race and Employment in Fort Wayne, Indiana, 1933-1963," by Peggy Seigel

    "'Nothing Gives Me More Pleasure Than to Hear From You': The Civil War Letters of Sgt. Samuel B. Seely," edited by John Sickles

    "A Research Note: New Findings on the Earliest Written Uses of 'Hoosier,'" by Jonathan Clark Smith

    Book Reviews

    Sisson, Zacher, and Cayton, eds., The American Midwest: An Interpretive Encyclopedia, by J. Clark Archer

    Geib and Kite, Federal Justice in Indiana: The History of the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana, by Rebecca S. Shoemaker

    White, Worthy of the Gospel of Christ: A History of the Catholic Diocese of Ft. Wayne-South Bend, by Anne M. Butler

    Salstrom, From Pioneering to Persevering: Family Farming in Indiana to 1880, by Ginette Aley

    Johnson and Parrish, Triumph at the Falls: The Louisville and Portland Canal, by Thomas E. Castaldi

    Shevitz, Jewish Communities on the Ohio River: A History, by Jack Glazier

    Podruchny, Making the Voyageur World: Travelers and Traders in the North American Fur Trade, by J. Frederick Fausz

    Latimer, 1812: War with America, by Andrew Clayton

    Jung, The Black Hawk War of 1832, by Stephen Warren

    Skok, More Than Neighbors: Catholic Settlement and Day Nurseries in Chicago, 1893-1930, by Michael D. Jacobs

    Hull-House Maps and Papers, and Knight, Citizen: Jane Addams and the Struggle for Democracy, by Mary Jo Deegan

    Stager and Carver, eds., Looking Beyond the Dixie Highway: Dixie Roads and Culture, by Nicole King

    Green, Selling the Race: Culture, Community, and Black Chicago, 1940-1955, by Clovis E. Semmes

    Hay, Rivers Revealed: Rediscovering America's Waterways, by Michael Allen

    Ryan, Mysteries of Sex: Tracing Women and Men through American History, by Wendy Gamber

     

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December

    Editor's Note

    Articles

    "Against the Odds: Becoming a Female Physician in Midcentury Indiana," by Alexandra Minna Stern

    "Doing the 'Not Possible': The Memoirs of Elsie F. Meyers, M.D." by Elsie F. Meyers

    "'The Most Wonderful Thing I Have Ever Seen': Indiana's Contribution to Petrified Man Hoaxes," by Carl Runyon and Randy K. Mills

    "The Supreme Court and Indiana's Voter ID Law," by David Williams

    "The Whole World Was Watching...Again: Indiana's 2008 Presidential Primary," by Marjorie Randon Hershey

    Book Reviews

    Cheatham Bell, The Time and Place That Gave Me Life, by Monroe Little

    Knight, Taliaferro: Breaking Barriers from the NFL Draft to the Ivory Tower, by Earl Smith

    Kramer and Kramer, This Place We Call Home: A History of Clark County, Indiana, by Thomas M. Spencer

    Carnegie Center for Art & History, Ordinary People, Extraordinary Courage: Men and Women of the Underground Railroad in the Indiana and Kentucky Borderland, by Matthew N. Vosmeier

    Calloway, The Scratch of a Pen: 1763 and the Transformation of North America, by Andrew Denson

    Ekberg, Stealing Indian Women: Native Slavery in the Illinois Country, by Stephen Aron

    Owens, Mr. Jefferson's Hammer: William Henry Harrison and the Origins of American Indian Policy, by Robert E. Bieder

    Huston, Stephen A. Douglas and the Dilemmas of Democratic Equality, by Graham A. Peck

    Dempsey, On the Brinl: The Great Lakes in the 21st Century, by Steve Harold

    Simon, Holzer, and Vogel, eds., Lincoln Revisited: New Insights from the Lincoln Forum, by Matthew N. Vosmeier

    Faust, This Republic of Suffering: Death and the American Civil War, by Mark E. Neely, Jr.

    Daniel, Days of Glory: The Army of the Cumberland, 1861-1865, by Miranda L. Fraley

    McKnight, Contested Borderland: The Civil War in Appalachian Kentucky and Virginia, by Kent Masterson Brown

    Lehman and Nolt, Mennonites, Amish, and the American Civil War, by Thomas D. Hamm

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