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The Rhetoric of American Politics: A Study of Documents by William Raymond Smith1
The Columbian Exchange: Biological and Cultural Consequences of 1492 by Alfred W. Crosby2
The Presidency of Rutherford B. Hayes by Kenneth E. Davison3
A Touchstone for Greatness: Essays, Addresses, and Occasional Pieces About Abraham Lincoln by Roy P. Basler4
The Politics of a Literary Man: William Gilmore Simms by Jon L. Wakelyn5
The Collected Works of Abraham Lincoln: 1st Supplement, 1832-1865 by Abraham Lincoln7
Progress and Pragmatism: James, Dewey, and Beard, and the American Idea of Progress by David W. Marcell9
The Muse and the Librarian by Roy P. Basler10
Henry B. Fuller of Chicago: The Ordeal of a Genteel Realist in Ungenteel America by Bernard R. Bowron11
Mother Was a Lady: Self and Society in Selected American Children's Periodicals, 1865-1890 by R. Gordon Kelly12
The Eagle and Brooklyn: A Community Newspaper, 1841-1955 by Raymond A. Schroth13
Black Protest: Issues and Tactics by Robert C. Dick14
American Values: Continuity and Change (Contributions in American Studies) by Ralph H. Gabriel15
Where I'm bound; patterns of slavery and freedom in Black American autobiography by Sidonie Smith16
the ignoble savage: american literary racism, 1790-1890 by Louise K. Barnett18
Appointment at Armageddon : muckraking and progressivism in the American tradition by Louis Filler20
Growth in America: (Contributions in American Studies) by Chester L. Cooper21
American studies abroad by Robert Harris Walker22
The Modern Corporate State: Private Governments and the American Constitution (Contributions in American Studies) by Arthur Selwyn Miller23
American Studies: Topics and Sources (Contributions in American Studies) by Robert H. Walker24
In the driver's seat : the automobile in American literature and popular culture by cynthia golomb dettelbach25
The United States in Norwegian History by Sigmund Skard26
Milestones in American Literary History by Robert Spiller27
A divided people by Kenneth Schuyler Lynn30
The Indians and Their Captives: (Contributions in American Studies) by James Levernier31
Title Concerned About the Planet: The Reporter Magazine and American Liberalism, 1949-1968 by Martin K. Doudna32
New World Journeys: Contemporary Italian Writers and the Experience of America (Contributions in American Studies) by Angela M. Jeannet33
Other Voices, Other Views: An International Collection of Essays from the Bicentennial by Robin W. Winks34
family, drama, and american dreams by Tom Scanlan35
"Ezra Pound Speaking": Radio Speeches of World War II (Contributions in American Studies) by Leonard W. Doob37
Television Fraud: The History and Implications of the Quiz Show Scandals (Contributions in American Studies; No. 39) by Kent Anderson39
menace in the west: rise of french anti-americanism in modern times by Sylvia Strauss40
American Character and Culture in a Changing World by John A. Hague42
Olmsted South, old South critic, new South planner by Dana F. White43
In the trough of the sea : selected American sea-deliverance narratives, 1610-1766 by Donald P. Wharton44
Aaron Burr and the American Literary Imagination by Charles J. Nolan45
The Popular Mood of Pre-Civil War America by Lewis O. Saum46
The Essays of Mark Van Doren, 1924-1972 (Contributions in American Studies) by Mark Van Doren47
Touching Base: Professional Baseball and American Culture in the Progressive Era (Sport and Society) by Steven A. Riess48
Late Harvest: Essays and Addresses in American Literature and Culture (Contributions in American Studies) by Robert E. Spiller49
Steppin' Out: New York Nightlife and the Transformation of American Culture by Lewis A. Erenberg50
For Better or Worse: The American Influence in the World (Contributions in American Studies) by Allen F. Davis51
Silver Bullet: The Martini in American Civilization (Contributions in American Studies : No. 52) by Lowell Edmunds52
The Oriental Religions and American Thought: Nineteenth-Century Explorations (Contributions in American Studies ; No. 55) by Carl T. Jackson55
Abortion, Politics, and the Courts: Roe v. Wade and its Aftermath by Eva R. Rubin57
An anxious democracy : aspects of the 1830s by John J. Duffy58
Artistic Voyagers: Europe and the American Imagination in the Works of Irving, Allston, Cole, Cooper and Hawthorne by Joy S. Kasson60
Sources for American Studies: (Contributions in American Studies) by Jefferson B. Kellogg64
A New World Jerusalem: The Swedenborgian Experience in Community Construction (Contributions in American Studies)65
Musical nationalism : American composers' search for identity by Alan Howard Levy66
Sons of Liberty: The Masculine Mind in Nineteenth-Century America (Contributions in American Studies) by David Pugh68
American tough : the tough-guy tradition and American character by Rupert Wilkinson69
The disreputable profession : the actor in society by Mendel Kohansky72
A Campaign of Ideas: The 1980 Anderson/Lucey Platform by Clifford W. Brown76
Dreams and Visions: A Study of American Utopias, 1865-1917 (Contributions in American Studies) by Charles J. Rooney77
Prologue: The Novels of Black American Women, 1891-1965 by Carole McAlpine Watson79
The Soul of the Wobblies: The I.W.W., Religion, and American Culture in the Progressive Era, 1905-1917 (Contributions in American Studies) by Donald E. Winters81
Strikes, Dispute Procedures, and Arbitration: Essays on Labor Law (Contributions in American Studies) by William B. Gould82
The Supreme Court and the American family : ideology and issues by Eva R. Rubin85
heralds of promise: drama of the american people during the age of jackson by Walter J. Meserve86
Corporations and society : power and responsibility by Warren J. Samuels88
The Secret Constitution and the Need for Constitutional Change by Arthur S. Miller90
Business and religion in the American 1920s by Rolf Lundén91
modular america: cross-cultural perspectives on the emergence of an american way by John G. Blair92
The Rhetoric of War: Training Day, the Militia, and the Military Sermon by Marie L. Ahearn95
In the Public Interest: The League of Women Voters, 1920-1970 (Contributions in American Studies) by Louise Merwin Young96
restrained response: american novels of the cold war and korea, 1945-1962 by arne axelsson97
in search of america: transatlantic essays, 1951-1990 by Marcus Cunliffe98
prophetic pictures: nathaniel hawthorne's knowledge and uses of the visual arts by rita gollin99
testing the faith: new catholic fiction in america by Anita Gandolfo100
Blowing the bridge : essays on Hemingway and For whom the bell tolls by Rena Sanderson101
in praise of common things: lizette woodworth reese revisited by Robert Jones102
melville and melville studies in japan by kenzaburo ohashi103
Yesterday's Stories: Popular Women's Novels of the Twenties and Thirties (Contributions in American Studies) by Patricia Raub104
Preserving Charleston's Past, Shaping Its Future: The Life and Times of Susan Pringle Frost (Contributions in American Studies) by Sidney R. Bland105
for the public record: a documentary history of the league of women voters by Barbara Stuhler108

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Recommendations

  1. Ecological Imperialism: The Biological Expansion of Europe, 900-1900 by Alfred W. Crosby (1986)
  2. Cheap Amusements: Working Women and Leisure in Turn-of-the-Century New York by Kathy Peiss (1986)
  3. Creating the National Pastime by G. Edward White (1996)
  4. Changes in the Land: Indians, Colonists, and the Ecology of New England by William Cronon (1983)
  5. Baseball: America's Diamond Mind, 1919-1941 by Richard C. Crepeau (1980)
  6. Amusing the Million: Coney Island at the Turn of the Century by John F. Kasson (1978)
  7. Deadball Stars of the American League: The Society for American Baseball Research by David Jones (2006)
  8. Incredible New York : High Life and Low Life from 1850 to 1950 by Lloyd R. Morris (1951)
  9. The Middle Ground: Indian, Empires, and Republics in the Great Lakes Region, 1650-1815 by Richard White (1991)
  10. Baseball: The Golden Age by Harold Seymour (1971)
  11. The Conquest of Paradise: Christopher Columbus and the Columbian Legacy by Kirkpatrick Sale (1990)
  12. Horrible Prettiness: Burlesque and American Culture by Robert C. Allen (1991)
  13. Poverty and Progress: Social Mobility in a Nineteenth Century City (Joint Center for Urban Studies) by Stephan Thernstrom (1964)
  14. The Ecological Indian: Myth and History by Shepard Krech III (1999)
  15. Where They Ain't: The Fabled Life and Untimely Death of the Original Baltimore Orioles, the Team That Gave Birth to Modern Baseball by Burt Solomon (1999)

Series description

Published by Greenwood Press

Editor: Robert Walker

LT is missing number 6, Visions of America; eleven literary historical essays by Kenneth S. Lynn;
number 8, Art and politics; cartoonists of the Masses and Liberator by Richard Fitzgerald;
number 17, William Allen White : maverick on main street by John DeWitt McKee;
number 19, Sodoms in Eden : the city in American fiction before 1860 by Janis P. Stout;
number 28, The American dream in the Great Depression Charles R. Hearn;
number 29, Several more lives to live : Thoreau’s political reputation in America by Michael Meyer;
number 36, Hemispheric perspectives on the United States : papers from the New World Conference edited by Joseph S. Tulchin;
number 38, The Supreme Court : myth and reality by Arthur Selwyn Miller;
number 41, Social change and fundamental law : America’s evolving Constitution by Arthur Selwyn Miller;
number 47, The essays of Mark Van Doren (1924-1972) by Mark Van Dorn;
number 53, Boosters and businessmen : popular economic thought and urban growth in the antebellum Middle West by Carl Abbott;
number 54, Democratic dictatorship : the emergent constitution of control by Arthur Selwyn Miller;
number 56, Contemporaries : portraits in the progressive era by David Graham Phillips;
number 59, Toward increased judicial activism : the political role of the Supreme Court by Arthur Selwyn Miller;
number 61, Lawyers v. educators : black colleges and desegregation in public higher education by Jean L. Preer;
number 62, The Nuyorican experience : literature of the Puerto Rican minority by Eugene V. Mohr;
number 63, Business and its environment : essays for Thomas C. Cochran edited by Harold Issadore Sharlin;
number 67, The dilemmas of individualism : status, liberty, and American constitutional law by Michael J. Phillips;
number 70, Uncle Sam at home : civilian mobilization, wartime federalism, and the Council of National Defense, 1917-1919 by William J. Breen;
number 71, The bang and the whimper : apocalypse and entropy in American literature by Zbigniew Lewicki;
number 73, The formative essays of Justice Holmes : the making of an American legal philosophy by Frederic Rogers Kellogg;
number 74, A "capacity for outrage" : the judicial odyssey of J. Skelly Wright by Arthur Selwyn Miller;
number 75, On courts and democracy : selected nonjudicial writings of J. Skelly Wright by Arthur Selwyn Miller;
number 80, The line of duty : maverick congressmen and the development of American political culture, 1836-1860 by Johanna Nicol Shields;
number 83, Politics, democracy, and the Supreme Court : essays on the frontier of constitutional theory by Arthur Selwyn Miller;
numer 84, The golden sword : the coming of capitalism to the Colorado mining frontier by Michael Neuschatz;
Number 87 is a revised edition of The course of American democratic thought by Ralph Henry Gabriel
Number 89 is the revised edition of number 57
LT is missing number 93, The social Christian novel by Robert Glenn Wright;
number 94, The urbanists, 1865-1915 by Dana F. White;
number 106, Feast of strangers : selected prose and poetry of Reuel Denney edited by Tony Quagliano;
number 107, The selected writings of Mordecai Noah edited by Michael Schuldiner and Daniel J. Kleinfeld

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