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Volume 105  

VOLUME 105, 2009: Table of Contents

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    "The Hoosier Cabinet and the American Housewife," by Nancy Hiller

    "The 1863 Diary of William H. Carroll, Mess No. 2, Company D, 24th Indiana Volunteers"

    Book Reviews

    Towne, ed., A Fierce, Wild Joy: The Civil War Letters of Colonel Edward J. Wood, 48th Indiana Volunteer Infantry Regiment, by Thomas E. Rogers

    Blocker, A Little More Freedom: African Americans Enter the Urban Midwest, by Darrel E. Bigham

    Gray, Meredith Nicholson: A Writing Life, by Barbara A. Stedman

    Lane, ed., Steel Shavings, Volume 39: Brothers in Arms, by Joel P. Rhodes

    Boomhower, Robert F. Kennedy and the 1968 Indiana Primary, by Chris Sautter

    Kahf, The Girl in the Tangerine Scarf, by Purnima Rose

    Clark, The Shawnee, by John Sugden

    Hoxie and Nelson, eds., Lewis & Clark and the Indian Country: The Native American Perspective, by James J. Holmberg

    Dichtl, Frontiers of Faith: Bringing Catholicism to the West in the Early Republic, by Leslie W. Tentler

    Van Ravenswaay, The Arts and Architecture of German Settlements in Missouri: A Survey of a Vanishing Culture, by Timothy G. Anderson

    Feurer, Radical Unionism in the Midwest, 1900-1950, by Cynthia G. Yaudes

    Vazzano, Politician Extraordinaire: The Tempestuous Life and Times of Martin L. Davey, by Paul Musgrave

    Walker, Style and Status: Selling Beauty to African American Women, 1920-1975, by Laila Haidrali

    Ngai, Impossible Subjects: Illegal Aliens and the Making of Modern America, by John Nieto-Phillips

    Review Notices

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    Editor's Note


    "Introduction: The Benton Murals of Indiana," by Kathryn Lofton and Matthew Pratt Guterl

    "Action, Agency, Affect: Thomas Hart Benton's Hoosier History," by Erika Doss

    "Looking Forward/Looking Backward: Benton's Indiana Murals and the Chicago World's Fair," by Joy S. Kasson

    "Art for America: Race in Thomas Hart Benton's Murals, 1919-1936," by Austen Barron Bailly

    "Thomas Hart Benton and the Melodrama of Democracy," by Casey Nelson Blake

    "The Campus as a Pedagogical Agent: Herman B. Wells, Cultural Entrepreneurship, and the Benton Murals," by James H. Capshew


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    "Was Pittsburgh's Economic Destiny Set in 1815?" by Edward K. Muller

    "Cincinnati a Queen City? Only on the Frontier," by David S. Stradling

    "Louisville: An Intellectual Journey with Richard C. Wade," by Carl E. Kramer

    "The Double Life of St. Louis: Narratives of Origins and Maturity in Wade's Urban Frontier," by Adam Arenson

    "The Urban Frontier in Pioneer Indiana," by Robert G. Barrows and Leigh Darbee

    Book Reviews

    Wright, The Terror of Terre Haute: Bud Taylor and the 1920s, by Tom Roznowski

    Graham and Cody, Getting Open: The Unknown Story of Bill Garrett and the Integration of College Basketball, by John Mutka

    Edmunds, ed., Enduring Nations: Native Americans in the Midwest, by Raymond E. Hauser

    Lumpkins, American Pogrom: The East St. Louis Race Riot and Black Politics, by Ashley Howard

    Joiner, Sin in the City: Chicago and Revivalism, 1880-1920, by Bruce Evensen

    Varon, Disunion! The Coming of the American Civil War, 1789-1859, by Stephen M. Stowe

    Clifford and Wilson, eds., Presidents, Diplomats, and Other Mortals, by Robert A. Strong

    Daugherty and Bolton, eds., With All Deliberaty Speed: Implementing Brown v. Board of Education, by Eric R. Jackson

    Kyvig, The Age of Impeachment: American Constitutional Culture since 1960, by Keith E. Whittington

    Jacobson, Roots Too: White Ethnic Revival in Post-Civil Rights America, by Darren Dochuk

    Gallagher, Causes Lost, Won, and Forgotten: How Hollywood and Popular Art Shape What We Know about the Civil War, by David B. Sachsman

    Review Notices


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    "Losing Lincoln: A Call to Commemorative Action," by Keith A. Erekson, guest editor

    "Securing Lincoln's Indiana Legacy: Saving the Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection. Comments by Ian Rolland, Michael Westfall, Jeffrey R. Krull, and Barry Dressel

    "Interpreting Lincoln: A Work in Progress; Lincoln Boyhood National Memorial as a Case Study," by Michael A. Capps

    "Abraham Lincoln Statues in the Hoosier State," by James A. Percoco

    "Jesse W. Weik: The Young Indiana Lawyer Who Made Herndon's Lincoln Possible," by Randall T. Shepherd

    Book Reviews

    Davis and Wilson, eds., The Lincoln-Douglas Debates and Guelzo, Lincoln and Douglas: The Debates that Defined America, by Dan Monroe

    Bartelt, There I Grew Up: Remembering Abraham Lincoln's Indiana Youth, by Richard F. Nation

    Harris, Lincoln's Rise to the Presidency, by Mark E. Steiner

    Dirck, ed., Lincoln Emancipated: The President and the Politics of Race, by Paul D. Escott

    McClintock, Lincoln and the Decision for War: The Northern Response to Secession, by Allen C. Guelzo

    McPherson, Tried by War: Abraham Lincoln as Commander in Chief, by Michael E. Genovese

    Bulla, Lincoln's Censor: Milo Hascall and the Freedom of the Press in Civil War Indiana, by Debra Reddin Van Tuyll

    Spurgeon, Man of Douglas, Man of Lincoln: The Political Odyssey of James Henry Lane, by Brooke Speer Orr

    Marten and Foster, eds., More Than a Contest Between Armies: Essays on the Civil War Era, by James J. Holmberg

    Gillispie, Andersonvilles of the North: The Myths and Realities of Northern Treatment of Civil War Confederate Prisoners, by Stephen E. Towne

    Jeffrey, Abolitionists Remember: Antislavery Autobiographies and the Unfinished Work of Emancipation, by John David Smith

    Review Notices



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