Archives Library Information Center (ALIC)

Quarterly Compilation of Periodical Literature
Reflecting the Use of Records in the National Archives: 1996



Current Issues
Volume 23, Number 1 January-March, 1996

1. Aldrich, Mark. Preventing "the Needless Peril of the Coal Mine": The Bureau of Mines and the Campaign against Coal Mine Explosions, 1910-1940. Technology and Culture. July 1995; 36(3): 483-518.
RG070.

2. Allen, Ernest, Jr. Waiting for Tojo: The Pro-Japan Vigil of Black Missourians, 1932-1943. Gateway Heritage. Fall 1995; 16(2): 38-55.
RG021/RG165/FDR Library.

3. Berger, Mark L. Franklin D. Roosevelt and Cason J. Callaway: An Enduring Friendship. Georgia Historical Quarterly. Winter 1995; 79(4): 904-919.
FDR Library.

4. Boose, Donald W., Jr. Portentous Sideshow: The Korean Occupation Decision. Parameters. Winter 1995-96; 25(4): 112-129.
RG165/RG218.

5. Bredhoff, Stacey. American Originals. Prologue. Winter 1995; 27(4): 369-373.
RG046/RG093/RG094/RG111/RG121/HST Library/Nixon materials.

6. Cannon, Brian Q. "Keep on a-goin'": Life and Social Interaction in a New Deal Labor Camp. Agricultural History. Winter 1996; 70(1): 1-32.
RG096.

7. Cantelon, Philip L. The Origins of Microwave Telephony - Waves of Change. Technology and Culture. July 1995; 36(3): 560- 582.
RG173.

8. Cashin, Joan E. Black Families in the Old Northwest. Journal of the Early Republic. Fall 1995; 15(3): 449-475.
RG029.

9. Childs, William R. Texas, the Interstate Oil Compact Commission, and State Control of Oil Production: Regionalism, States' Rights, and Federalism During World War II. Pacific Historical Review. November 1995; 64(4): 567-598.
RG253/FDR Library/LBJ Library.

10. Churella, Albert. Corporate Culture and Marketing in the American Railway Locomotive Industry: American Locomotive and Electro-Motive Despond to Dieselization. Business History Review. Summer 1995; 69(2): 191-229.
RG021.

11. Cobbs, Elizabeth A. Decolonization, the Cold War, and the Foreign Policy of the Peace Corps. Diplomatic History. Winter 1996; 20(1): 79-105.
RG059/RG306/JFK Library.

12. Cozzens, Peter. The Tormenting Flame. Civil War Times Illustrated. April 1996; 35(1): 45-54.
NARA photos.

13. Cullather, Nick. "Fuel for the Good Dragon": The United States and Industrial Policy in Taiwan, 1950-1965. Diplomatic History. Winter 1996; 20(1): 1-25.
RG059/RG286/RG469/DDE Library.

14. Danovitch, Sylvia. Humanizing Institutional History: Oral History at the EEOC. Prologue. Winter 1995; 27(4): 334-347.
RG011/RG079/RG220/RG306.

15. Dobak, William A. Killing the Canadian Buffalo, 1821-1881. Western Historical Quarterly. Spring 1996; 27(1): 33-52.
RG075.

16. Draper, Alan. The New Southern Labor History Revisited: The Success of the Mine, Mill, and Smelter Workers Union in Birmingham, 1934-1938. Journal of Southern History. February 1996; 62(1): 87-108.
RG025.

17. Dye, Karen. Politics and Greed? Allotments and Town Building Schemes in the Cherokee Outlet. Chronicles of Oklahoma. Fall 1995; 73(3): 308-321.
RG048/RG075.

18. Ekbladh, David. "Wise as a Serpent and Harmless as a Dove": John F. Stevens and American Policy in Manchuria and Siberia, 1918-1924. Prologue. Winter 1995; 27(4): 318-333.
RG043/RG059/RG111/RG165.

19. Fontenoy, Paul E. An "Experimental" Voyage to China, 1785- 1787. American Neptune. Fall 1995; 55(4): 289-300.
RG036.

20. Gleijeses, Piero. Truth or Credibility: Castro, Carter, and the Invasions of Shaba. International History Review. February 1996; 18(1): 70-103.
JC Library.

21. Gonz lez, Gilbert G. Company Unions, the Mexican Consulate, and the Imperial Valley Agricultural Strikes, 1928-1934. Western Historical Quarterly. Spring 1996; 27(1): 53-73.
RG025/RG059/RG280.

22. Goodwin, Joanne L. 'Employable Mothers' and 'Suitable Work': A Re-evaluation of Welfare and Wage-earning for Women in the Twentieth-Century United States. Journal of Social History. Winter 1995; 29(2): 253-274.
RG021.

23. Gutfeld, Arnon. Western Justice and the Rule of Law: Bourquin on Loyalty, the "Red Scare," and Indians. Pacific Historical Review. February 1996; 65(1): 85-106.
RG060.

24. Harmon, Alexandra. Lines in Sand: Shifting Boundaries Between Indians and Non-Indians in the Puget Sound Region. Western Historical Quarterly. Winter 1995; 26(4): 428-453.
RG021/RG075/NARA photos.

25. Herr, Elizabeth. The Census, Estimation Biases, and Female Labor-Force Participation Rates in 1880 Colorado. Historical Methods. Fall 1995; 28(4): 167-181.
RG029.

26. Hurley, Andrew. On the Waterfront: Railroads and Real Estate in Antebellum St. Louis. Gateway Heritage. Fall 1995; 16(2): 56-69.
RG107.

27. Jacobs, Lawrence R.; Shapiro, Robert Y. Presidential Manipulation of Polls and Public Opinion: The Nixon Administration and the Pollsters. Political Science Quarterly. Winter 1995-96; 110(4): 519-539.
Nixon materials.

28. Johnston, Paul Forsythe. Downbound: The History of the Early Great Lakes Propeller Indiana. American Neptune. Fall 1995; 55(4): 323-355.
RG041.

29. Kennan, George F.; Lukacs, John. From World War to Cold War. American Heritage. December 1995; 46(8): 42-67.
FDR Library.

30. Kimball, Warren F. Stalingrad: A Chance for Choices. Journal of Military History. January 1996; 60(1): 89-114.
RG165/RG218/FDR Library.

31. Kimberling, Clark. David Dale Owen and Joseph Granville Norwood: Pioneer Geologists in Indiana and Illinois. Indiana Magazine of History. March 1996; 92(1): 2-25.
RG029.

32. Kunzel, Regina. Pulp Fictions and Problem Girls: Reading and Rewriting Single Pregnancy in the Postwar United States. American Historical Review. December 1995; 100(5): 1465-1487.
RG102.

33. Lemons, William E. History by Unreliable Narrators: Sitting Bull's Circus Horse. Montana: Magazine of Western History. Autumn-Winter 1995; 45(4): 64-74.
RG075/RG094.

34. Lerner, Mitchell. Vietnam and the 1964 Election: A Defense of Lyndon Johnson. Presidential Studies Quarterly. Fall 1995; 25(4): 751-766.
LBJ Library. 35. Lichtenstein, Alex. Chain Gangs, Communism, and the "Negro Question": John L. Spivak's Georgia Nigger. Georgia Historical Quarterly. Fall 1995; 79(3): 633-658.
RG030.

36. Little, Douglas. His Finest Hour? Eisenhower, Lebanon, and the 1958 Middle East Crisis. Diplomatic History. Winter 1996; 20(1): 27-54.
RG059/DDE Library.

37. Luconi, Stefano. Machine Politics and the Consolidation of the Roosevelt Majority: The Case of Italian Americans in Pittsburgh and Philadelphia. Journal of American Ethnic History. Winter 1996; 15(2): 32-59.
RG069/FDR Library.

38. McFadden, David W. After the Colby Note: The Wilson Administration and the Bolsheviks, 1920-21. Presidential Studies Quarterly. Fall 1995; 25(4): 741-750.
RG059.

39. McKanna, Clare V., Jr. Alcohol, Handguns, and Homicide in the American West: A Tale of Three Counties, 1880-1920. Western Historical Quarterly. Winter 1995; 26(4): 455-482. RG029.

40. Meerse, David E. Buchanan, The Patronage, and the Lecompton Constitution: A Case Study. Civil War History. December 1995; 41(4): 291-312.
RG048.

41. Moses, H. Vincent. G. Harold Powell and the Corporate Consolidation of the Modern Citrus Enterprise, 1904-1922. Business History Review. Summer 1995; 69(2): 119-155.
RG004/RG054.

42. Musick, Michael P. War in an Age of Wonders: Civil War Arms and Equipment. Prologue. Winter 1995; 27(4): 348-368.
RG092/RG094/RG109/RG156.

43. Peterson, Paul D., Jr.; Griffith, Clay S.; Campbell, C. Lee. Frank Lamson-Scribner and American Plant Pathology, 1885-1888. Agricultural History. Winter 1996; 70(1): 33-56.
RG054.

44. Rabe, Stephen G. The Caribbean Triangle: Betancourt, Castro, and Trujillo and U.S. Foreign Policy, 1958-1963. Diplomatic History. Winter 1996; 20(1): 55-78.
DDE Library/JFK Library/LBJ Library.

45. Sauder, Robert A. State v. Society: Public Land Law and Mormon Settlement in the Sevier Valley, Utah. Agricultural History. Winter 1996; 70(1): 57-89.
RG049.

46. Scarborough, Thomas A. H. The Bislands of Natchez: Sugar, Secession, and Strategies for Survival. Journal of Mississippi History. Spring 1996; 58(1): 23-62.
RG029/RG056/RG094/RG105/RG366/RG393.

47. Scheele, Henry Z. "Prelude to the Presidency": An Examination of the Gerald R. Ford-Charles A. Halleck House Minority Leadership Contest. Presidential Studies Quarterly. Fall 1995; 25(4): 767-785.
GRF Library.

48. Schlup, Leonard. First Lady of Illinois: Elizabeth Stevenson Ives and Her Letters. Manuscripts. Winter 1996; 48(4): 23-32.
FDR Library/LBJ Library.

49. Sehlinger, Peter J. General William Preston: Kentucky's Last Cavalier Fights for Southern Independence. Register of the Kentucky Historical Society. Summer 1995; 93(3): 257-285.
RG109.

50. Smallwood, James. Black Freedwomen after Emancipation: The Texas Experience. Prologue. Winter 1995; 27(4): 302-317.
RG069/RG105.

51. Spencer, Thomas T. "Old" Democrats and New Deal Politics: Claude G. Bowers, James A. Farley, and the Changing Democratic Party, 1933-1940. Indiana Magazine of History. March 1996; 92(1): 26-45.
FDR Library.

52. Stolberg, Mary M. Policing the Twilight Zone: Federalizing Crime Fighting During the New Deal. Journal of Policy History. 1995; 7(4): 393-415.
RG060/FDR Library.

53. Sutter, Paul S. Paved With Good Intentions: Good Roads, the Automobile, and the Rhetoric of Rural Improvements in the Kansas Farmer, 1890-1914. Kansas History. Winter 1995-1996; 18(4): 284-299.
RG029.

54. Thompson, J. Rebecca. Deshee Farm: A New Deal Experiment with Cooperative Farming. Indiana Magazine of History. December 1995; 91(4): 380-406.
RG096/FDR Library.

55. Trennert, Robert A. The Federal Government and Indian Health in the Southwest: Tuberculosis and the Phoenix East Farm Sanitorium, 1909-1955. Pacific Historical Review. February 1996; 65(1): 61-84.
RG075.

56. Walker, William O., III. Cuba and the Roots of U.S. Foreign Relations: Feature Review. Diplomatic History. Winter 1996; 20(1): 125-131.
JFK Library.

57. Washington, Reginald. The Southern Claims Commission: A Source for African-American Roots. Prologue. Winter 1995; 27(4): 374-382.
RG015/RG111/RG123/RG217/RG233/RG365.

58. Williams, William J. Josephus Daniels and the U.S. Navy's Shipbuilding Program During World War I. Journal of Military History. January 1996; 60(1): 7-38.
RG080.

59. Zhu, Liping. 'A Chinaman's Chance' on the Rocky Mountain Mining Frontier. Montana: Magazine of Western History. Autumn-Winter 1995; 45(4): 36-51.
RG021.

60. Zimmerman, Jonathan. Beyond Double Consciousness: Black Peace Corps Volunteers in Africa, 1961-1971. Journal of American History. December 1995; 82(3): 999-1028.
JFK Library/LBJ Library/Nixon materials/NARA photos.

61. Zissu, Erik M. Conscription, Sovereignty, and Land: American Indian Resistance during World War I. Pacific Historical Review. November 1995; 64(4): 537-566.
RG075.

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Volume 23, Number 2, April-June, 1996

62. Alanen, Arnold R.; Tishler, William H. Farming the Lake Superior Shore: Agriculture and Horticulture on the Apostle Islands, 1840-1940. Wisconsin Magazine of History. Spring 1996; 79(3): 162-203.
RG026/RG029/RG049.

63. Asher, Brad. "Their Own Domestic Difficulties": Intra-Indian Crime and White Law in Western Washington Territory, 1873-1889. Western Historical Quarterly. Summer 1996; 27(2): 189-209.
RG075.

64. Benton, Thomas Hart. The President and Me: The Intimate Story. Gateway Heritage. Winter 1995-96; 16(3): 5-17.
HST Library.

65. Beronius, George. Joe Johnston's Last Charge. Civil War Times Illustrated. May 1996; 35(2): 44-53.
NARA photos.

66. Biddiscombe, Perry. Operation Selection Board: The Growth and Suppression of the Neo-Nazi "Deutsche Revolution" 1945-47. Intelligence and National Security (Great Britain). January 1996; 11(1): 59-77.
RG059/RG260/RG407.

67. Bishel, William V. Fall from Grace: U.S. Business Interests versus U.S. Diplomatic Interests in Peru, 1885-1890. Diplomatic History. Spring 1996; 20(2): 163-183.
RG059.

68. Blake, Kellee Green. Aiding and Abetting: Disloyalty Prosecutions in the Federal Civil Courts of Southern Illinois, 1861-1866. Illinois Historical Journal. Summer 1994; 87(2): 95-108.
RG021/RG109.

69. Bloomfield, Anne B. A History of the California Historical Society's New Mission Street Neighborhood. California History. Winter 1995-96; 74(4): 372-393.
RG029.

70. Breen, William J. Industrial Training and Craft Dilution in World War I: Unions, Employers, and the State, 1917-1919. Labor History. Winter 1995-96; 37(1): 50-74.
RG061/RG062.

71. Bruegel, Martin. Unrest: Manorial Society and the Market in the Hudson Valley, 1780-1850. Journal of American History. March 1996; 82(4): 1393-1424.
RG029.

72. Burton, Shirley J. The Espionage and Sedition Acts of 1917 and 1918. Illinois Historical Journal. Spring 1994; 87(1): 41-50.
RG021.

73. Cannistraro, Philip V. Mussolini, Sacco-Vanzetti, and the Anarchists: The Transatlantic Context. Journal of Modern History. March 1996; 68(1): 31-62.
RG059.

74. Cannon, Brian Q. Keeping Their Instructions Straight: Implementing the Rural Resettlement Program in the West. Agricultural History. Spring 1996; 70(2): 251-267.
RG096.

75. Carter, Susan B.; Sutch, Richard. Fixing the Facts: Editing the 1880 U.S. Census of Occupations with Implications for Long-Term Labor-Force Trends and the Sociology of Official Statistics. Historical Methods. Winter 1996; 29(1): 5-24.
RG029/RG048.

76. Clow, Richmond. Bison Ecology, Brul‚ and Yankton Winter Hunting, and the Starving Winter of 1832-33. Great Plains Quarterly. Fall 1995; 15(4): 259-270.
RG075.

77. Collins, Robert M. The Economic Crisis of 1968 and the Waning of the "American Century". American Historical Review. April 1996; 101(2): 396-422.
LBJ Library.

78. Cooper, Charles G. The Day It Became the Longest War. Proceedings, U.S. Naval Institute. May 1996; 122(5): 77-80.
LBJ Library.

79. Dallek, Robert. Lyndon Johnson and Vietnam: The Making of a Tragedy. Diplomatic History. Spring 1996; 20(2): 146-162.
LBJ Library.

80. Davis, Robert S., Jr. Memoirs of a Partisan War: Sion Darnell Remembers North Georgia, 1861-1865. Georgia Historical Quarterly. Spring 1996; 80(1): 93-116.
RG094/RG217/RG233.

81. Dean, Virgil W. Why Not the Brannan Plan? Agricultural History. Spring 1996; 70(2): 268-282.
RG016/RG051.

82. Dewberry, Suzanne. Public Records and Genealogy: A Serendipitous Adventure. California History. Spring 1996; 75(1): 56-62.
RG021/NARA photos.

83. Dobak, William A. "One of the Nastiest Rivers that I Know of": Municipal and Rural Sanitation in Nineteenth-Century Kansas. Kansas History. Spring 1996; 19(1): 52-63.
RG092.

84. Eagleton, Thomas F.; Duffin, Diane L. Bob Hannegan and Harry Truman's Vice Presidential Nomination. Missouri Historical Review. April 1996; 90(3): 265-283.
FDR Library/HST Library.

85. Edstrom, James A. "With...candour and good faith": Nathaniel Pope and the Admission Enabling Act of 1818. Illinois Historical Journal. Winter 1995; 88(4): 241-262.
RG233.

86. Fehner, Terrence R.; Gosling, F. G. Coming in From the Cold: Regulating U.S. Department of Energy Nuclear Facilities, 1942-96. Environmental History. April 1996; 1(2): 5-33.
RG326.

87. Ferrell, Robert H. Lookin Back: The Truman Books. Indiana Magazine of History. June 1996; 92(2): 160-170.
HST Library.

88. Flippen, John Brooks. Containing the Urban Sprawl: The Nixon Administration's Land Use Policy. Presidential Studies Quarterly. Winter 1996; 26(1): 197-207.
Nixon materials.

89. Foley, Neil. Mexicans, Mechanization, and the Growth of Corporate Cotton Culture in South Texas: The Taft Ranch, 1900-1930. Journal of Southern History. May 1996; 62(2): 275-302.
RG083/RG174.

90. Fones-Wolf, Ken. From Craft to Industrial Unionism in the Window-Glass Industry: Clarksburg, West Virginia, 1900-1937. Labor History. Winter 1995-96; 37(1): 28-49.
RG029.

91. Fox, Tim. Highballs and High Stakes: The President, the Painter, and the Truman Library Mural. Gateway Heritage. Winter 1995-96; 16(3): 2-4.
HST Library.

92. Fried, Richard M. Liars' Club: The Remington Case. Reviews in American History. March 1996; 24(1): 156-160.
Nixon materials.

93. Gilbert, Jess. Democratic Planning in Agricultural Policy: The Federal-County Land-Use Planning Program, 1938-1942. Agricultural History. Spring 1996; 70(2): 233-250.
RG083.

94. Goebel, Thomas. The Uneven Rewards of Professional Labor: Wealth and Income in the Chicago Professions, 1870-1920. Journal of Social History. Summer 1996; 29(4): 749-777.
RG029/RG058.

95. Gragg, Rod. Running the Blockade. Civil War Times Illustrated. May 1996; 35(2): 22-26.
FDR Library.

96. Grandstaff, Mark R. Making the Military American: Advertising, Reform, and the Demise of an Antistanding Military Tradition, 1945-1955. Journal of Military History. April 1996; 60(2): 299-323.
RG018/RG407.

97. Greenwood, John T. The U.S. Army Military Observers with the Japanese Army during the Russo-Japanese War (1904-1905). Army History. Winter 1996; 36: 1-14.
RG059/RG094/RG165.

98. Gregson, W. C. Ready, Fire, Aim. Proceedings, U.S. Naval Institute. April 1996; 122(4): 33-35.
NARA photos.

99. Heaps, Jennifer Davis. The Cultivation of the Taft Museum Neighborhood, 1900-1932. Queen City Heritage. Winter 1995; 53(4): 3-22.
RG029.

100. Heineman, Elizabeth. The Hour of the Woman: Memories of Germany's "Crisis Years" and West German National Identity. American Historical Review. April 1996; 101(2): 354-395.
RG260.

101. Helfrich, Kurt. Modernism for Washington? The Kennedys and the Redesign of Lafayette Square. Washington History. Spring-Summer 1996; 8(1): 16-37.
RG066/RG269/DDE Library/NARA photos.

102. Hewitt, William L. "The Indian Who Never Got Home": The Burial of Sergeant John R. Rice. Nebraska History. Spring 1996; 77(1): 12-20.
HST Library.

103. Hilsman, Roger. McNamara's War - Against the Truth: A Review Essay. Political Science Quarterly. Spring 1996; 111(1): 151-163.
JFK Library.

104. Hoff, Joan. A Revisionist View of Nixon's Foreign Policy. Presidential Studies Quarterly. Winter 1996; 26(1): 107-129.
RG220/Nixon materials.

105. Johnson, Robert David. The Origins of Dissent: Senate Liberals and Vietnam, 1959-1964. Pacific Historical Review. May 1996; 65(2): 249-275.
HH Library/JFK Library/LBJ Library.

106. Kennedy, Patrick D. Chicago's Irish Americans and the Candidacies of Franklin D. Roosevelt, 1932-1944. Illinois Historical Journal. Winter 1995; 88(4): 263-278.
FDR Library.

107. Kester, John G. Charles Polke: Indian Trader of the Potomac, 1703-1753. Maryland Historical Magazine. Winter 1995; 90(4): 446-465.
RG093.

108. Kotlowski, Dean J. Trial by Error: Nixon, the Senate, and the Haynsworth Nomination. Presidential Studies Quarterly. Winter 1996; 26(1): 71-91.
Nixon materials.

109. LaMotta, Greg. Electronic Records in the National Archives Relating to the History of Agriculture and Rural America. Agricultural History. Spring 1996; 70(2): 439-448.
RG029/RG047/RG058/RG085/RG095/RG164/RG195/
RG235/RG257/RG307/RG354/RG355/RG375/
RG381/RG462/RG510.

110. Linn, Brian McAllister. The Long Twilight of the Frontier Army. Western Historical Quarterly. Summer 1996; 27(2): 140-167.
RG094/RG165/RG350/RG395/RG407.

111. Lothrop, Gloria Ricci. Archival Resources Pertaining to Ethnic and Gender Issues. California History. Spring 1996; 75(1): 84-97.
RG004/RG085.

112. Lowell, Waverly B. Pollution, Production, and Power: Natural Resources, Society, and Technology. California History. Spring 1996; 75(1): 40-46.
RG021/RG049/RG079/RG118/NARA photos.

113. Lowell, Waverly B.; Stern, Teena. California Archives: An Introduction. California History. Spring 1996; 75(1): 2-11.
NARA photos.

114. Lucas, Scott. Campaigns of Truth: The Psychological Strategy Board and American Ideology, 1951-1953. International History Review. May 1996; 18(2): 279-302.
HST Library/DDE Library.

115. McKaughan, Joshua. "Few Were the Hearts...that did not Swell with Devotion": Community and Confederate Service in Rowan County, North Carolina, 1861-1862. North Carolina Historical Review. April 1996; 73(2): 156-183.
RG029.

116. Mehnert, Ute. German Weltpolitik and the American Two-Front Dilemma: The "Japanese Peril" in German-American Relations, 1904-1917. Journal of American History. March 1996; 82(4): 1452-1477.
RG038/RG059/RG080.

117. Mitchell, Nancy. The Height of the German Challenge: The Venezuela Blockade, 1902-03. Diplomatic History. Spring 1996; 20(2): 185-209.
RG059/RG080.

118. Mitchell, Nancy. Protective Imperialism versus Weltpolitik in Brazil: Part One: Pan-German Vision and Mahanian Response. International History Review. May 1996; 18(2): 253-278.
RG059/RG080.

119. Nuxoll, Elizabeth M. Illegitimacy, Family Status, and Property in the Early Republic: The Morris-Croxall Family of New Jersey. New Jersey History. Fall-Winter 1995; 113(3-4): 2-21.
RG015/RG267.

120. Ostler, Jeffrey. Conquest and the State: Why the United States Employed Massive Military Force to Suppress the Lakota Ghost Dance. Pacific Historical Review. May 1996; 65(2): 217-248.
RG075/RG094.

121. Patrick, Jeffrey L. Reporting From an Enemy's Land: The Indiana Letters of "Chincoupin," 1861. Missouri Historical Review. April 1996; 90(3): 309-329.
RG029/RG109.

122. Rathmell, Andrew. Copeland and Za'im: Re-evaluating the Evidence. Intelligence and National Security (Great Britain). January 1996; 11(1): 89-105.
RG059/RG084/HST Library.

123. Rubin, Alexis P. The Schleifer Children: A Special Holocaust Rescue Case. American Jewish History. March 1996; 84(1): 1-9.
RG059.

124. Ruffner, Kevin Conley. Lost in the Lost Cause: The First Maryland Infantry Regiment (C.S.). Maryland Historical Magazine. Winter 1995; 90(4): 424-445.
RG109.

125. Russell, Edmund P., III. "Speaking of Annihilation": Mobilizing for War against Human and Insect Enemies, 1914-1945. Journal of American History. March 1996; 82(4): 1505-1529.
RG007/RG112/RG175/RG179/RG319.

126. Schlup, Leonard. Prairie Politician: William Andrew Jackson Sparks and the Politics of Honor During the Gilded Age. Illinois Historical Journal. Summer 1995; 88(2): 117-134.
RG049.

127. Schmitzer, Jeanne Cannella. CCC Camp 510: Black Participation in the Creation of Mammoth Cave National Park. Register of the Kentucky Historical Society. Autumn 1995; 93(4): 446-464.
RG035/RG079.

128. Shulimson, Jack. Military Professionalism: The Case of the U.S. Marine Officer Corps, 1880-1898. Journal of Military History. April 1996; 60(2): 231-242.
RG080.

129. Skelton, William B. Samuel P. Huntington and the Roots of the American Military Tradition. Journal of Military History. April 1996; 60(2): 325-338.
RG077.

130. Slaybaugh, Douglas. Adlai Stevenson, Television, and the Presidential Campaign of 1956. Illinois Historical Journal. Spring 1996; 89(1): 2-16.
JFK Library/DDE Library.

131. Smith, R. B. The International Setting of the Cambodia Crisis, 1969-1970. International History Review. May 1996; 18(2): 303-335.
Nixon materials.

132. Stanik, Joseph T. Welcome to El Dorado Canyon. Proceedings, U.S. Naval Institute. April 1996; 122(4): 57-62.
RR Library.

133. Tadman, Michael. The Hidden History of Slave Trading in Antebellum South Carolina: John Springs III and Other "Gentlemen Dealing in Slaves". South Carolina Historical Magazine. January 1996; 97(1): 6-29.
RG029.

134. Tidwell, William A. Charles County: Confederate Cauldron. Maryland Historical Magazine. Spring 1996; 91(1): 17-27.
RG153.

135. Vitalis, Robert. The "New Deal" in Egypt: The Rise of Anglo-American Commercial Competition in World War II and the Fall of Neocolonialism. Diplomatic History. Spring 1996; 20(2): 211-239.
RG059/HST Library.

136. Waldrep, Christopher. Substituting Law for the Lash: Emancipation and Legal Formalism in a Mississippi County Court. Journal of American History. March 1996; 82(4): 1425-1451.
RG029/RG105.

137. Whittlesey, Lee H. The First National Park Interpreter: G.L. Henderson in Yellowstone, 1882-1902. Montana: Magazine of Western History. Spring 1996; 46(1): 26-41.
RG048.

138. Williams, C. Fred. William M. Jardine and the Foundations for Republican Farm Policy, 1925-1929. Agricultural History. Spring 1996; 70(2): 216-232.
RG016/HH Library.

139. Wirth, John D. The Trail Smelter Dispute: Canadians and Americans Confront Transboundary Pollution, 1927-41. Environmental History. April 1996; 1(2): 34-51.
RG017/RG054/RG070/RG097.

140. Zeidel, Robert F. Hayseed Immigration Policy: "Uncle Joe" Cannon and the Immigration Question. Illinois Historical Journal. Autumn 1995; 88(3): 173-188.
RG085/HH Library.

141. Zuczek, Richard. The Federal Government's Attack on the Ku Klux Klan: A Reassessment. South Carolina Historical Magazine. January 1996; 97(1): 47-64.
RG060/RG094.

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Volume 23, Number 3, July-September, 1996

142. Adams, Margaret O'Neill. Punch Card Records: Precursors of Electronic Records. American Archivist 58, no.2 (Spring 1995): 182-201.
RG029/RG064/RG200/RG319/RG389.

143. Aliyetti, John E. Gallantry Under Fire. Civil War Times 35, no.5 (October 1996): 50- 55.
NARA photos.

144. Alperovitz, Gar and Kai Bird. A Theory of Cold War Dynamics: U.S. Policy, Germany, and the Bomb. History Teacher 29, no.3 (May 1996): 281- 300.
HST Library.

145. Auel, Lisa B. Prologue Portfolio: Tokens and Treasures: Gifts to Twelve Presidents. Prologue 28, no.2 (Summer 1996): 152-161.
HH Library/FDR Library/HST Library/DDE Library/LBJ Library/Nixon materials/GRF Library/JC Library/Bush materials/Presidential Libraries.

146. Balachandran, G. Gold, Silver, and India in Anglo- American Monetary Relations, 1925-1933. International History Review 18, no.3 (August 1996): 573-590.
RG056/RG082.

147. Baptist, Edward E. The Migration of Planters to Antebellum Florida: Kinship and Power. Journal of Southern History 62, no.3 (August 1996): 527-554.
RG029.

148. Beisner, Robert L. Patterns of Peril: Dean Acheson Joins the Cold Warriors, 1945-46. Diplomatic History 20, no.3 (Summer 1996): 321-355.
HST Library.

149. Bergreen, Laurence. Irving Berlin: This is the Army. Prologue 28, no.2 (Summer 1996): 94- 105.
RG111/RG208.

150. Blake, Kellee. "First in the Path of the Firemen": The Fate of the 1890 Population Census. Prologue 28, no.1 (Spring 1996): 64-81.
RG015/RG021/RG029/RG040/RG048/RG064/RG111/HH Library.

151. Brazier, James E. An Anti-New Dealer Legacy: The Administrative Procedure Act. Journal of Policy History 8, no.2 (1996): 206-226.
HST Library.

152. Breen, William J. Labor-Market Statistics and the State: The United States in the Era of the Great War, 1914- 1930. Journal of Policy History 8, no.3 (1996): 310-334.
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153. Buecker, Thomas R. History of Camp Sheridan, Nebraska. Periodical: Journal of the Council on America's Military Past 22, no.1-4 (1995): 55-73.
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154. Cockrell, David L. The Ambitious Reformer: Arthur MacArthur and the Promotion Reform of 1890. Periodical: Journal of the Council on America's Military Past 22, no.1-4 (1995): 36-46.
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155. Coon, Deborah J. "One Moment in the World's Salvation": Anarchism and the Radicalism of William James. Journal of American History 83, no.1 (June 1996): 70-99.
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156. Dawson, Joseph G., III. American Civil-Military Relations and Military Government: The Service of Colonel Alexander Doniphan in the Mexican War. Armed Forces and Society 22, no.4 (Summer 1996): 555-572.
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157. Entz, Gary R. Image and Reality on the Kansas Prairie: "Pap" Singleton's Cherokee County Colony. Kansas History 19, no.2 (Summer 1996): 124- 139.
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158. Evans, Charles M. Air War Over Virginia. Civil War Times 35, no.5 (October 1996): 56- 70.
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159. Flamm, Michael W. Price Controls, Politics, and the Perils of Policy by Analogy: Economic Demobilization After World War II. Journal of Policy History 8, no.3 (1996): 335-355.
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160. Gaines, William. The Coastal and Harbor Defenses of Key West, Florida. Periodical: Journal of the Council on America's Military Past 22, no.1-4 (1995): 8- 17.
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161. Gonzales, Michael J. U.S. Copper Companies, the Mine Workers' Movement, and the Mexican Revolution, 1910-1920. Hispanic American Historical Review 76, no.3 (August 1996): 503-534.
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162. Hall, R. Cargill. From Concept to National Policy: Strategic Reconnaissance in the Cold War. Prologue 28, no.2 (Summer 1996): 106-125.
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163. Haydock, Michael. The G.I. Bill. American History 31, no.4 (September-October 1996): 52-56, 68-70.
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164. Higgins, Billy D. The Origins and Fate of the Marion County Free Black Community. Arkansas Historical Quarterly 54, no.4 (Winter 1995): 427-443.
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165. Hoffbeck, Steven R. "Victories Yet to Win": Charles W. Scrutchin, Bemidji's Black Activist Attorney. Minnesota History 55, no.2 (Summer 1996): 59- 75.
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166. Hoopes, Roy. When the Stars Went to War: Hollywood and World War II. Prologue 28, no.1 (Spring 1996): 34-43.
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167. Hopkins, Robert S., III. An Expanded Understanding of Eisenhower, American Policy, and Overflights. Intelligence and National Security 11, no.2 (April 1996): 332-344.
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168. Horres, C. R., Jr. Charleston's Civil War "Monster Guns," The Blakely Rifles. South Carolina Historical Magazine 97, no.2 (April 1996): 115-138.
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169. Humphreys, Margaret. Kicking a Dying Dog: DDT and the Demise of Malaria in the American South, 1942-1950. ISIS 87, no.1 (March 1996): 1-17.
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170. Hurt, R. Douglas. Gaining Control of the Environment: The Morton County Land Utilization Project in the Kansas Dust Bowl. Kansas History 19, no.2 (Summer 1996): 140-153.
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171. Ingimundarson, Valur. The Eisenhower Administration, the Adenauer Government, and the Political Uses of the East German Uprising in 1953. Diplomatic History 20, no.3 (Summer 1996): 381-409.
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172. Just, Ward. McNamara's Complaint. Diplomatic History 20, no.3 (Summer 1996): 462- 466.
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173. Knower, Rosemary H. Failure is Impossible: Dramatic Readings Celebrating the Passage of the Nineteenth Amendment. Prologue 28, no.1 (Spring 1996): 56-63.
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174. Kroeger, Brooke. Nellie Bly: She Did It All. Prologue 28, no.1 (Spring 1996): 6-15.
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175. Krome, Frederic. Tunisian Victory and Anglo-American Film Propaganda in World War II. Historian 58, no.3 (Spring 1996): 517-529.
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176. Kuziemko, Ilyana. FDR and the Court-Packing Controversy. Prologue 28, no.2 (Summer 1996): 147-151.
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177. Lane, Bryan. The Familiar Road: The Life of Confederate Brigadier General John Adams. Civil War Times 35, no.5 (October 1996): 40-46.
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178. Launius, Roger D. Eisenhower, Sputnik, and the Creation of NASA. Prologue 28, no.2 (Summer 1996): 126-143.
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179. Lovin, Hugh. A Century of Efforts Trying to Reclaim the Mountain Home Plateau. Idaho Yesterdays 40, no.1 (Spring 1996): 10-25.
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180. Lyles, Kevin L. Presidential Expectations and Judicial Performance Revisited: Law and Politics in the Federal District Courts, 1960-1992. Presidential Studies Quarterly 26, no.2 (Spring 1996): 447-472.
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181. Mart, Michelle. Tough Guys and American Cold War Policy: Images of Israel, 1948-1960. Diplomatic History 20, no.3 (Summer 1996): 357-380.
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182. McChristian, Douglas C. Burying the Hatchet: The Semi-Centennial of the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Montana: Magazine of Western History 46, no.2 (Summer 1996): 50-64.
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183. McDermott, John D. The Battles of Mud Springs and Rush Creek, February 1865. Nebraska History 77, no.2 (Summer 1996): 78-88.
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184. McMahon, Robert J. The Illusion of Vulnerability: American Reassessments of the Soviet Threat, 1955-1956. International History Review 18, no.3 (August 1996): 591-619.
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185. Mellinger Phil. How the IWW Lost Its Western Heartland: Western Labor History Revisited. Western Historical Quarterly 27, no.3 (Autumn 1996): 303- 324.
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186. Mitchell, Nancy. Protective Imperialism versus Weltpolitik in Brazil: Part Two: Settlement, Trade, and Opportunity. International History Review 18, no.3 (August 1996): 546-572.
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187. Moon, John Allis van Courtland. United States Chemical Warfare Policy in World War II: A Captive of Coalition Policy? Journal of Military History 60, no.3 (July 1996): 495-511.
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188. O'Brien, Patrick G. "I Want Everyone to Know the Shame of the State": Henry J. Allen Confronts the Ku Klux Klan, 1921-1923. Kansas History 19, no.2 (Summer 1996): 98-111.
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189. Pauly, Philip J. The Beauty and Menace of the Japanese Cherry Trees: Conflicting Visions of American Ecological Independence. ISIS 87, no.1 (March 1996): 51-73.
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190. Pitts, Debra K. Stuart Symington and Harry S. Truman: A Mutual Friendship. Missouri Historical Review 90, no.4 (July 1996): 453-479.
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191. Podet, Allen Howard. Review of Brands, H.W., Inside the Cold War: Loy Henderson and the Rise of the American Empire. American Jewish Archives 47, no.1 (Spring-Summer 1995): 124-130.
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192. Quist, John W. Slaveholding Operatives of the Benevolent Empire: Bible, Tract, and Sunday School Societies in Antebellum Tuscaloosa County, Alabama. Journal of Southern History 62, no.3 (August 1996): 481-526.
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193. Roorda, Eric Paul. Genocide Next Door: The Good Neighbor Policy, the Trujillo Regime, and the Haitian Massacre of 1937. Diplomatic History 20, no.3 (Summer 1996): 301-319.
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194. Rotter, Andrew J. Review of New Museum at the John F. Kennedy Library. Journal of American History 83, no.1 (June 1996): 162-166.
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195. Rourke, Francis E. and Roger E. Brown. Presidents, Professionals, and Telecommunications Policy Making in the White House. Presidential Studies Quarterly 26, no.2 (Spring 1996): 539-549.
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196. Slotten, Hugh Richard. Radio Engineers, the Federal Radio Commission, and the Social Shaping of Broadcast Technology: Creating "Radio Paradise". Technology and Culture 36, no.4 (October 1995): 950-986.
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197. Spence, Mark David. Crown of the Continent, Backbone of the World: The American Wilderness Ideal and Blackfeet Exclusion from Glacier National Park. Environmental History 1, no.3 (July 1996): 29-49.
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198. Startt, James D. American Propaganda in Britain During World War I. Prologue 28, no.1 (Spring 1996): 16-33.
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199. Tidball, Eugene C. John C. Tidball: Soldier-Artist of the Great Renaissance. Journal of Arizona History 37, no.2 (Summer 1996): 107-130.
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200. Watson, Harry L. "The Common Rights of Mankind": Subsistence, Shad, and Commerce in the Early Republican South. Journal of American History 83, no.1 (June 1996):13-43.
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201. Weingartner, James. War Against Subhumans: Comparisons Between the German War Against the Soviet Union and the American War Against Japan, 1941-1945. Historian 58, no.3 (Spring 1996): 557-573.
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202. Weiss, Robert. Normandy: Recollections of the "Lost Battalion" at the Battle of Mortain, August 1944. Prologue 28, no.1 (Spring 1996): 44-55.
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203. Wilhelm, Kristen. Roots in the Rotunda: Finding Biographical Information about Former Members of Congress. Prologue 28, no.2 (Summer 1996): 162-167.
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204. Yoder, Edwin M., Jr. A Very Subdued Confession. Diplomatic History 20, no.3 (Summer 1996): 456- 461.
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205. Young, Marilyn B. The Closest of Hindsight. Diplomatic History 20, no.3 (Summer 1996): 440- 444.
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206. Anderson, Carol From Hope to Disillusion: African Americans, the United Nations, and the Struggle for Human Rights, 1944-1947. Diplomatic History 20, no.4 (Fall 1996): 531-563.
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207. Anfinson, Scott F. The Wreck of the USS Essex. Minnesota History 55, no.3 (Fall 1996): 94-103.
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208. Bailey, Fred Arthur Tennessee's Antebellum Common Folk. Tennessee Historical Quarterly 55, no.1 (Spring 1996): 40-55.
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209. BellesŒles, Michael A. The Origins of Gun Culture in the United States, 1760-1865. Journal of American History 83, no.2 (September 1996): 425-455.
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210. Benson, Barbara E. Delaware Goes to War. Delaware History 26, no.3-4 (Spring-Summer 1995, Fall-Winter 1996): 143-201.
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211. Brierley, Brooks T. The Emperor's Pierce-Arrow. American Heritage 47, no.7 (November 1996): 78-82.
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212. Brinkley, Douglas The Rising Stock of Jimmy Carter: The "Hands on" Legacy of Our Thirty-Ninth President. Diplomatic History 20, no.4 (Fall 1996): 505-529.
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213. Buecker, Thomas R. Prelude to Brownsville: The Twenty-Fifth Infantry at Fort Niobrara, Nebraska, 1902-06. Great Plains Quarterly 16, no.2 (Spring 1996): 95-106.
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214. Capeci, Dominic J., Jr. and Jack C. Knight Reckoning with Violence: W.E.B Du Bois and the 1906 Atlanta Race Riot. Journal of Southern History 62, no.4 (November 1996): 727-766.
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215. Caplinger, Christopher The Politics of Trusteeship Governance: Jimmy Carter's Fight for a Standby Gasoline Rationing Plan. Presidential Studies Quarterly 26, no.3 (Summer 1996): 778-794.
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216. Cherkasky, Mara "For Sale to Colored": Racial Change on S Street, N.W. Washington History 8, no.2 (Fall/Winter 1996-97): 40-57.
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217. Clements, Kendrick A. Secretary of State William Jennings Bryan. Nebraska History 77, no.3/4 (Fall/Winter 1996): 167-176.
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218. Cohen, Warren I. From Texas With Love: LBJ Confronts Some Parts of the World. Diplomatic History 20, no.4 (Fall 1996): 685-688.
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219. Combs, Edwin L., Jr. Confederate Shipbuilding on the Cape Fear River. North Carolina Historical Review 73, no.4 (October 1996): 409-434.
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220. DiNardo, R. L. The Dysfunctional Coalition: The Axis Powers and the Eastern Front in World War II. Journal of Military History 60, no.4 (October 1996): 711-730.
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221. Durr, Kenneth When Southern Politics Came North: The Roots of White Working-Class Conservatism in Baltimore, 1940-1964. Labor History 37, no.3 (Summer 1996): 309-331.
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222. Ellis, Clyde Boarding School Life at the Kiowa-Comanche Agency, 1893-1920. Historian 58, no.4 (Summer 1996): 777-793.
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223. Erskine, Ralph Kriegsmarine Signal Indicators. Cryptologia 20, no.4 (October 1996): 330-340.
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224. Esposito, David Political and Institutional Constraints on Wilson's Defense Policy. Presidential Studies Quarterly 26, no.4 (Fall 1996): 1114-1125.
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225. Farnham, Thomas J. and Francis P. King "The March of the Destroyer": The New Bern Yellow Fever Epidemic of 1864. North Carolina Historical Review 73, no.4 (October 1996): 435-483.
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226. Felten, Peter G. The Path to Dissent: Johnson, Fulbright, and the 1965 Intervention in the Dominican Republic. Presidential Studies Quarterly 26, no.4 (Fall 1996): 1009-1018.
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227. Flora, Samuel R. "I consider the Regiment my home": The Orphan Brigade Life and Letters of Capt. Edward Ford Spears, 1861-65. Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 94, no.2 (Spring 1996): 134-173.
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228. Foot, Rosemary The Eisenhower Administration's Fear of Empowering the Chinese. Political Science Quarterly 111, no.3 (Fall 1996): 505-521.
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229. Forsythe, Warren L. Resolving Conflict between Records: A Spurious Moseley Bible. National Genealogical Society Quarterly 84, no.3 (September 1996): 182-199.
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230. Gibney, Alex Six Days to Reinvent Japan. Wilson Quarterly 20, no.4 (Autumn 1996): 72-80.
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231. Gilbert, Robert E. Lyndon B. Johnson's Physical and Psychological Pain: The Years of Ascent. Presidential Studies Quarterly 26, no.3 (Summer 1996): 694-707.
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232. Gill, Christopher J. A Year of Residence in the Household of a South Carolina Planter: Teacher, Daughters, Mistress, and Slaves. South Carolina Historical Magazine 97, no.4 (October 1996): 293-309.
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233. Gordon, John Steele Nice Work If You Can Get It. American Heritage 47, no.7 (November 1996): 18-20.
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234. Grandstaff, Mark R. General Regis de Trobriand, the Mormons, and the U.S. Army at Camp Douglas, 1870-71. Utah Historical Quarterly 64, no.3 (Summer 1996): 204-223.
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235. Gruenwald, Kim M. American Indians and the Public School System: A Case Study of the Northern Utes. Utah Historical Quarterly 64, no.3 (Summer 1996): 246-263.
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236. Halpern, Martin Jimmy Carter and the UAW: Failure of an Alliance. Presidential Studies Quarterly 26, no.3 (Summer 1996): 755-777.
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237. Hauptman, Laurence M. A Lost Cause: Indians Were the Real Losers in the Civil War. Civil War Times Illustrated 35, no.7 (February 1997): 42-5.
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238. Heller, Charles F., Jr. and John T. Houdek Farm Tenants and Landlords in Nineteenth-Century Southern Michigan: A Study of Two Townships. Agricultural History 70, no.4 (Fall 1996): 598-625.
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239. Isetti, Ronald The Moneychangers of the Temple: FDR, American Civil Religion, and the New Deal. Presidential Studies Quarterly 26, no.3 (Summer 1996): 678-693.
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240. Kitts, Kenneth Commission Politics and National Security: Gerald Ford's Response to the CIA Controversy of 1975. Presidential Studies Quarterly 26, no.4 (Fall 1996): 1081-1098.
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241. Knipmeyer, James H. The Denis Julien Inscriptions. Utah Historical Quarterly 64, no.1 (Winter 1996): 52-69.
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242. Krenn, Michael L. "Unfinished Business": Segregation and U.S. Diplomacy at the 1958 World's Fair. Diplomatic History 20, no.4 (Fall 1996): 591-612.
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243. Laville, Helen and Scott Lucas The American Way: Edith Sampson, the NAACP, and the African American Identity in the Cold War. Diplomatic History 20, no.4 (Fall 1996): 565-590.
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244. Leiner, Frederick C. The Seizure of the Flying Fish. American Neptune 56, no.2 (Spring 1996): 131-143.
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245. Louter, David From Wasteland to Wonderland: Craters of the Moon National Monument. Idaho Yesterdays 40, no.2 (Summer 1996): 21-36.
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246. Lowe, Marjorie J. "Let's Make It Happen": W.W. Keeler and Cherokee Renewal. Chronicles of Oklahoma 74, no.2 (Summer 1996): 116-129.
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247. Lutzker, Michael A. Presidentian Decision Making in the Korean War: The British Perspective. Presidential Studies Quarterly 26, no.4 (Fall 1996): 978-995.
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248. Mahnken, Thomas G. Gazing at the Sun: The Office of Naval Intelligence and Japanese Naval Innovation, 1918-1941. Intelligence and National Security (Great Britain) 11, no.3 (July 1996): 424-441.
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249. Mathews-Lamb, Sandra K. "Designing and Mischievous Individuals": The Cruzate Grants and the Office of the Surveyor General. New Mexico Historical Review 71, no.4 (October 1996): 341-359.
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250. McClintock, Megan J. Civil War Pensions and the Reconstruction of Union Families. Journal of American History 83, no.2 (September 1996): 455-480.
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251. McCutchan, Mary F. Dupont Memorial Fountain Celebrating 75 Years. CRM 19, no.4 (1996): 49-51.
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252. Meyer, Jeffrey F. The Eagle and the Dragon: Comparing the Designs of Washington and Beijing. Washington History 8, no.2 (Fall/Winter 1996-97): 4-21.
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253. Mihesuah, Devon A. Commonalty for Difference: American Indian Women and History. American Indian Quarterly 20, no.1 (Winter 1996): 15-27.
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254. Moran, Andrew D. Gerald R. Ford and the 1975 Tax Cut. Presidential Studies Quarterly 26, no.3 (Summer 1996): 738-754.
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255. Moul, Francis William McKinley Holt and the Indian Claims Commission. Great Plains Quarterly 16, no.3 (Summer 1996): 169-181.
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256. Munro-Leighton, Judith The Tokyo Surrender: A Diplomatic Marathon in Washington, August 10-14, 1945. Pacific Historical Review 65, no.3 (August 1996): 455-473.
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257. Murray, Martin G. Traveling with the Wounded: Walt Whitman and Washington's Civil War Hospitals. Washington History 8, no.2 (Fall/Winter 1996-97): 58-73.
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258. Newsom, D. Earl Milton W. Reynolds (Kicking Bird): The Man Who Named Oklahoma "Land of the Fair God". Chronicles of Oklahoma 74, no.2 (Summer 1996): 198-217.
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259. Nichols, Deborah and Laurence M. Hauptman Warriors for the Union. Civil War Times Illustrated 35, no.7 (February 1997): 34-41.
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260. Norris, Frank A Lone Voice in the Wilderness: The National Park Service in Alaska, 1917-1969. Environmental History 1, no.4 (October 1996): 66-76.
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261. Norwood, Stephen Ford's Brass Knuckles: Harry Bennett, The Cult of Muscularity, and Anti-Labor Terror - 1920-1945. Labor History 37, no.3 (Summer 1996): 365-391.
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262. Olmsted, Kathryn Reclaiming Executive Power: The Ford Administration's Response to the Intelligence Investigations. Presidential Studies Quarterly 26, no.3 (Summer 1996): 725-737.
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263. Olsen, Christopher J. "Molly Pitcher" of the Mississippi Whigs: The Editorial Career of Mrs. Harriet N. Prewett. Journal of Mississippi History 58, no.3 (Fall 1996): 236-254.
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264. Oyos, Matthew M. Theodore Roosevelt and the Implements of War. Journal of Military History 60, no.4 (October 1996): 631-655.
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265. Palm, Donald R. Intellectuals and the Presidency: Eric Goldman in the Lyndon B. Johnson White House. Presidential Studies Quarterly 26, no.3 (Summer 1996): 708-724.
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266. Potter, Jerry O. A Tragic Postscript. American History 31, no.5 (November/December 1996): 16-20, 58-61.
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267. Putnam, Arnold A. The Introduction of the Revolving Turret. American Neptune 56, no.2 (Spring 1996): 117-129.
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268. Raphael, Marc Lee "Our treasury is empty and our bank account is overdrawn": Washington Hebrew Congregation, 1855-1872. American Jewish History 84, no.2 (June 1996): 81-98.
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269. Reeves, Richard I'm Sorry, Mr. President. American Heritage 47, no.8 (December 1996): 52-55.
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270. Ross, Charles ssh! battle in progress! Civil War Times 35, no.6 (December 1996): 56-62.
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271. Shnayerson, Robert Judgement at Nuremberg. Smithsonian 27, no.7 (October 1996): 124-141.
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272. Sieg, Kent G. The 1968 Presidential Election and Peace in Vietnam. Presidential Studies Quarterly 26, no.4 (Fall 1996): 1062-1080.
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273. Stevens, Donald G. Organizing for Economic Defense: Henry Wallace and the Board of Economic Warfare's Foreign Policy Initiatives, 1942. Presidential Studies Quarterly 26, no.4 (Fall 1996): 1126-1139.
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274. Talbott, John E. Soldiers, Psychiatrists, and Combat Trauma. Journal of Interdisciplinary History 27, no.3 (Winter 1997): 437-454.
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275. Taylor, Alan The Great Change Begins: Settling the Forest of Central New York. New York History 76, no.3 (July 1995): 265-290.
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276. Thompson, D. Claudia Driven from Point to Point: Fact and Legend of the Bear River Riot. Montana: Magazine of Western History 46, no.4 (Winter 1996): 24-37.
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277. Trotti, Michael Freedmen and Enslaved Soil: A Case Study of Manumission, Migration, and Land. Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 104, no.4 (Autumn 1996): 455-480.
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278. Unterberger, Betty Miller The United States and National Self-Determiniation: A Wilsonian Perspective. Presidential Studies Quarterly 26, no.4 (Fall 1996): 926-941.
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279. Villa, Brian L. and John Bonnett Understanding Indignation: Gar Alperovitz, Robert Maddox, and the Decision to Use the Atomic Bomb. Reviews in American History 24, no.3 (September 1996): 529-536.
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280. Walker, Philip A., Jr. Lyndon B. Johnson's Senate Foreign Policy Activism: The Suez Canal Crisis, a Reappraisal. Presidential Studies Quarterly 26, no.4 (Fall 1996): 996-1008.
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281. Winid, Boguslaw W. After the Colby Note: The Wilson Administration and the Polish-Bolshevik War. Presidential Studies Quarterly 26, no.4 (Fall 1996): 1165-1169.
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282. Zahavi, Gerald Passionate Commitments: Race, Sex, and Communism at Schenectady General Electric, 1932-1954. Journal of American History 83, no.2 (September 1996): 514-548.
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283. Zhang, Xiaoming The Vietnam War, 1964-1969: A Chinese Perspective. Journal of Military History 60, no.4 (October 1996): 731-762.
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