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The Historian by Phi Alpha Theta
The Historian 1975 May by The Historian
The Historian 1986 49.1 by Dr. Gerald Thompson
The Historian 1991 53 by Roger Adelson
The Historian 1993 56.1 by Phi Alpha Theta
The Historian 1994 56.3 by Phi Alpha Theta
The Historian 1994 56.4 by Phi Alpha Theta
The Historian 1994 57.1 by Phi Alpha Theta
The Historian 1995 57.3 by Phi Alpha Theta
The Historian 1995 57.4 by Phi Alpha Theta
The Historian 1995 58.1 by Linda Cook; Editor Johnson
The Historian 1996 58.2 by Roger Adelson
The Historian 1996 58.3 by Phi Alpha Theta
The Historian 1996 59.1 by Linda Cooke (editor) [Roger Adelson Johnson, Reinier H. Hesseli (The Historian)
The Historian 1997 59.4 by Linda Cooke Johnson
The Historian 2000 62.3 by Phi Alpha Theta
The Historian 2000 63.1
The Historian 2001 63.3 by Michigan State University Press
The Historian 2001 63.4 by Michigan State University
The Historian 2001 64.1 by Unknown
The Historian 2001 64.2
The Historian 2002 65.1 by Phi Alpha Theta
The Historian 2002 65.2 by Unknown
The Historian 2003 65.3 by Kathleen Paul
The Historian 2003 65.4 by Kathleen Paul
The Historian 2003 65.5
The Historian 2003 65.6 by Kathleen Paul
The Historian 2004 66.1 by Blackwell Publishing
The Historian 2004 66.2 by Kathleen Paul
The Historian 2004 66.3 by editor Kathleen Paul
The Historian 2004 66.4 by Kathleen Paul
The Historian 2005 67.1
The Historian 2005 67.3
The Historian 2005 67.4
The Historian 2006 68.1
The Historian 2006 68.2 by Blackwell Publishing
The Historian 2006 68.3
The Historian 2006 68.4 by David R. Carr
The Historian 2007 69.1 by n/a
The Historian 2007 69.3 by Editors
The Historian 2009 71.2
The Historian 2009 71.3
The Historian 2009 71.4
The Historian 2010 72.1
The Historian 2010 72.4 by Kees Boterbloem
The Historian 2013 75.2 by Kees Boterbloem
The Historian: A Journal of History, Vol XLIX No. 2, February 1987 by Gerald Thompson
The Historian: A Journal of History, Vol XLIX No. 4, Aug. 1987 by Gerald Thompson
The Historian: A Journal of History, Vol. XLIX, No. 3, May 1987 by Gerald Thompson
The Historian by Phi Alpha ThetaMultiples

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