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Series: Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science

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Death and Ritual in Renaissance Florence by Sharon T. Strocchia
Erin's Daughters in America: Irish Immigrant Women in the Nineteenth Century by Hasia R. Diner
Juana the Mad: Sovereignty and Dynasty in Renaissance Europe by Bethany Aram
Refined Tastes: Sugar, Confectionery, and Consumers in Nineteenth-Century America (The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science) by Wendy A. Woloson
The Rise of the States: Evolution of American State Government by Jon C. Teaford
Schooling in Renaissance Italy: Literacy and Learning, 1300-1600 by Paul F. Grendler
Venetians in Constantinople: Nation, Identity, and Coexistence in the Early Modern Mediterranean by Eric R Dursteler
The Working People of Paris, 1871-1914 by Professor Lenard Berlanstein
White Servitude in the Colony of Virginia: A Study of the System of Indentured Labor in the American Colonies by James Curtis Ballaghser. 13, nos. 6-7
Semi-centennial history of West Virginia,: With special articles on development and resources by James Morton Callahanser. 19, nos. 1-3
The standard rate in American trade unions by David A. McCabeser. 30, no.2
The government of American trade unions by Theodore Wesley Glockerser. 31, no. 2
The helper and American trade unions by John H. Ashworthser. 33, no. 3
The boycott in American trade unions by Leo Wolmanser. 34, no. 1
The Amalgamated association of iron, steel and tin workers by Jesse S. Robinsonser. 38, no. 2
The wage policies of labor organizations in a period of industrial depression by Vertrees Judson Wyckoffser. 44, no. 3
Twilight of Progressivism: The Western Republican Senators and the New Deal by Ronald L. Feinmanser. 99, no. 1
Trade and Aid: Eisenhower's Foreign Economic Policy, 1953-1961 by Burton I. Kaufmanser. 100, no. 1
Firstborn of Venice: Vicenza in the Early Renaissance State by James S. Grubbser. 106, no. 3
Shipbuilders of the Venetian Arsenal: Workers and Workplace in the Preindustrial City by Robert C. Davisser. 109, no. 1
On the Threshold of Modernity: Relativism in the French Renaissance by Zachary S. Schiffmanser. 109, no. 3
A Spirited Resistance: The North American Indian Struggle for Unity, 1745-1815 by Gregory Evans Dowdser. 109, no. 4
Dressing Renaissance Florence: Families, Fortunes, and Fine Clothing by Carole Collier Frickser. 120, no.3
When Champagne Became French: Wine and the Making of a National Identity by Kolleen M. Guyser. 121, no. 1
Tribe, Race, History: Native Americans in Southern New England, 1780-1880 by Daniel R. Mandellser. 125, no. 2

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