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EXTRA ISSUE: VOL. 13 · NO. 01.5 · November 2012

Poetic Research Department
Elizabeth Bradfield

Josh Brown
A graphic novel in several parts


Matthew Amato
Eyewitnessing and Slavery
Maurie D. McInnis, Slaves Waiting for Sale

Matthew J. Clavin
Slavery and the State
David F. Ericson, Slavery in the American Republic

Patrick Spero
Outsourced History
Chris DeRose, Founding Rivals

Kelly Wisecup
Routes and Revolutions
Christopher P. Iannini, Fatal Revolutions · VOL. 13 · NO. 01 · October 2012

image Eric Gardner
Sowing and Reaping
A 'New' Chapter from Frances Ellen Watkins Harper's Second Novel

image Alexis McCrossen
The Sound and Look of Time
Bells and Clocks in Philadelphia

image Jason Shaffer
You Say You Want A Second Revolution?
The War of 1812 and Theater in the United States

Joshua R. Greenberg
Josiah Warren's Labor Notes


Joseph M. Adelman
A Transatlantic Culture of News?
Uriel Heyd, Reading Newspapers

Tara Bynum
The life of Phillis Wheatley, finally!
Vincent Carretta, Phillis Wheatley

Randall Lewis
Death of a Memory: Robert Booth's Search for Salem's Forgotten Commercial Past
Robert Booth, Death of an Empire

Justine S. Murison
Comfortable in our Unbelief?
John Lardas Modern, Secularism in Antebellum America


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Poetic Research Department
Frances Richard
Outlet Fire

Josh Brown
A graphic novel in several parts

crierPublick Occurences 2.0
Jeffrey L. Pasley

Ask the author
Richard Bell
In Bleak Waters
Suicide and the State of the Union

imageThe Common School
Keat Murray and David Fialkow
Undergraduates in Early American Archives
Transcribing Quaker Scribal Texts

imageObject Lessons
Jeffrey D. Groves
Pressing Matters
An experiential study of the Isaiah Thomas printing press at the American Antiquarian Society

imageTales from the Vault
Britt Rusert
Types of Mankind
Visualizing Kinship in Afro-Native America

Web Library
Peter Choi
The Common-place Web Library is an annotated selection of Web resources in American History. This month's link: The Bethlehem Digital History Project

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