Archives Library Information Center (ALIC)

Quarterly Compilation of Periodical Literature
Reflecting the Use of Records in the National Archives: 1999


Current Issues
Volume 26, Number 1, January-March, 1999
  1. Abroe, Mary Munsell. Observing the Civil War Centennial: Rhetoric, Reality, and the Bounds of Selective Memory. CRM 21, no.11 (1998): 22-25.
    RG079

  2. Ambrose, Stephen. "I learn a lot from the veterans". American Heritage 49, no.7 (November 1998): 64-72.
    NARA photos

  3. Batt, William L., Jr.; Balducchi, David E. Origin of the 1948 Turnip Day Session of Congress. Presidential Studies Quarterly 29, no.1 (March 1999): 80-83.
    HST Library

  4. Bennett, David C. Fort Harrison Under Seige - 1812. Journal of America's Military Past 25, no.2 (Fall 1998): 19-28.
    RG094

  5. Black, Allida M. Human Rights Declaration Turns 50. CRM 21, no.11 (1998): 42-43.
    FDR Library

  6. Blackett, R.J.M. "To Reach the People with Abolition Doctrines": The Antislavery Press and the American Civil War. Atlanta History 42, no.1-2 (Spring-Summer 1998): 35-44.
    NARA photos

  7. Blake, Kellee L. "Ten Firkins of Butter and Other Traitorous Aid": Disloyalty Prosecutions in the Federal Civil Courts, 1861-1866. Prologue 30, no.4 (Winter 1998): 288-293.
    RG021/RG111/RG267

  8. Boehling, Rebbecca. The Role of Culture in American Relations with Europe: The Case of the United States's Occupation of Germany. Diplomatic History 23, no.1 (Winter 1999): 57-69.
    RG260

  9. Bowen, Marshall E. Crops, Critters, and Calamity: The Failure of Dry Farming in Utah's Escalante Desert, 1913-1918. Agricultural History 73, no.1 (Winter 1999): 1-26.
    RG049

  10. Brewer, Charles C. African American Sailors and the Unvexing of the Mississippi River. Prologue 30, no.4 (Winter 1998): 278-286.
    RG015/RG024/RG045/RG052/RG080/RG111/RG217

  11. Burnam, Robert A. Interracial Cooperation in the Age of Jim Crow: The Booker T. Washington Community Center of Macon, Georgia. Atlanta History 42, no.4 (Winter 1999): 19-35.
    RG069

  12. Campbell, Robert. The Killing of Shabet: A Narrative of Extraterritorial Rights, Zanzibar, 1846-1851. American Neptune 58, no.3 (Summer 1998): 195-222.
    RG049/RG059

  13. Churchill, Robert. Liberty, Conscription, and a Party Divided: The Sons of Liberty Conspiracy, 1863-1864. Prologue 30, no.4 (Winter 1998): 294-303.
    RG110/RG111/RG153

  14. Citotola, Nicholas P. From Agriculturalists to Entrepreneurs: Economic Success and Mobility Among Albuquerque's Italian Immigrants, 1900-1930. New Mexico Historical Review 74, no.1 (January 1999): 3-27.
    RG029

  15. Clemens, Peter. Operation "Cardinal": The OSS in Manchuria, August 1945. Intelligence and National Security (Great Britain) 13, no.4 (Winter 1998): 71-106.
    RG226

  16. Clow, Richmond L. The Anatomy of a Lakota Shooting: Crow Dog and Spotted Tail, 1879-1881. South Dakota History 28, no.4 (Winter 1998): 209-226.
    RG048/RG075

  17. Costigliola, Frank. "Mixed Up" and "Contact": Culture and Emotion among the Allies in the Second World War. International History Review 20, no.4 (December 1998): 791-805.
    RG059/NARA photos

  18. De Grazia, Laura Murphy. The Family of Adin and Lucy (Crocker) Beebe of New London and Hartford, Connecticut. New England Historical and Genealogical Register 152, no.608 (October 1998): 415-429.
    RG015/RG029

  19. Ferguson, Dean T. "Living By Means Unknown To Their Neighbors": The Informal Economy of Louisville's Blacks, 1865-1880. Filson Club Historical Quarterly 72, no.4 (October 1998): 357-378.
    RG029

  20. Ferrer, Ada. Rustic Men, Civilized Nation: Race, Culture, and Contention on the Eve of Cuban Independence. Hispanic American Historical Review 78, no.4 (November 1998): 663-686.
    RG350

  21. Fredriksen, John C. A Tempered Sword, Untested: The Military Career of General George Izard, Part 1. Journal of America's Military Past 25, no.2 (Fall 1998): 5-18.
    RG094

  22. Friedman, Walter A. John H. Patterson and the Sales Strategy of the National Cash Register Company, 1884-1922. Business History Review 72, no.4 (Winter 1998): 552-583.
    RG021

  23. Gehman, Raymond. The Vanishing Prairie Dog. National Geographic 193, no.4 (April 1998): 116-130.
    NARA photos

  24. Gellar, Jay Howard. The Role of Military Administration in German-occupied Belgium, 1940-1944. Journal of Military History 63, no.1 (January 1999): 99-126.
    RG242

  25. Goedde, Petra. From Villains to Victims: Fraternization and the Feminization of Germany, 1945-1947. Diplomatic History 23, no.1 (Winter 1999): 1-48.
    RG260/RG331/RG332

  26. Gumz, Jonathan. German Counterinsurgency Policy in Independent Croatia, 1941-1944. Historian 61, no.1 (Fall 1998): 33-50.
    RG242

  27. Hart, David M. Herbert Hoover's Last Laugh: The Enduring Significance of the "Associative State" in the United States. Journal of Policy History 10, no.4 (1998): 419-444.
    RG179/RG227/HH Library

  28. Hawkins, Richard. The Baltimore Canning Industry and the Bahamian Pineapple Trade, c.1865-1926. Maryland Historian 26, no.2 (Fall-Winter 1995): 1-22.
    RG059/RG061/RG233

  29. Hecht-Gienow, Jessica. Art Is Democracy Is Art: Culture, Propaganda, and the Neue Zeitung in Germany, 1944-1947. Diplomatic History 23, no.1 (Winter 1999): 21-43.
    RG059/RG084/RG107/RG165/RG226/RG260/RG466/DDE Library

  30. Heisser, David C. R. Bishop Lynch's Civil War Pamphlet on Slavery. Catholic Historical Review 84, no.4 (October 1998): 681-696.
    RG366

  31. Herring, Todd A. Kidnapped and Sold in Natchez: The Ordeal of Aaron Cooper, a Free Black Man. Journal of Mississippi History 45, no.4 (Winter 1998): 341-353.
    RG029

  32. Howell, Cyndi. Tracking Your Family Through Time and Technology. American Heritage 50, no.1 (February/March 1999): 88-92.
    NARA Photos

  33. Hydock, Michael D. The Court-Martial of Fitz John Porter. American History 33, no.6 (February 1999): 48-54, 56-57.
    NARA Photos

  34. Hynds, Ernest C. The Press and the Generals: Media Influence Images, Aspirations. Atlanta History 42, no.1-2 (Spring-Summer 1998): 45-58.
    NARA photos

  35. Jamieson, Patrick E. Seeing the Lyndon B. Johnson Presidency through the March 31, 1968 Withdrawal Speech. Presidential Studies Quarterly 29, no.1 (March 1999): 134-149.
    LBJ Library

  36. Johnson, Robert David. The Government Operations Committee and Foreign Policy during the Cold War. Political Science Quarterly 113, no.4 (Winter 1998-1999): 645-671.
    RG046/RG059/HH Library/LBJ Library

  37. Kaufman, Victor S. The Bureau of Human Rights During the Carter Administration. Historian 61, no.1 (Fall 1998): 51-66.
    JC Library

  38. Kersten, Andrew E. Stretching the Social Pattern: The President's Fair Employment Practice Committee and St. Louis. Gateway Heritage 93, no.2 (January 1999): 149-164.
    FDR Library

  39. Kotlouski, Dean. Black Power - Nixon Style: The Nixon Administration and Minority Business Enterprise. Business History Review 72, no.3 (Autumn 1998): 409-445.
    RG207/Nixon Library

  40. Leennon, Rachal M. Federal Records for Southeastern Indian Research, 1774-1931. National Genealogical Society Quarterly 86, no.4 (December 1998): 247-270.
    RG022/RG029/RG045/RG048/RG056/RG057/RG059/
    RG094/RG107/RG108/RG109/RG153/RG167/RG360

  41. Lowry, Thomas P. The Colonel Was a Con Man. Civil War Times Illustrated 38, no.2 (May 1999): 36-39.
    NARA photos

  42. Marten, James. Out at the Soldiers Home: Union Veterans and Alcohol at the National Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers. Prologue 30, no.4 (Winter 1998): 304-313.
    RG015/RG090

  43. Mauter, Wendell R. Churchill and the Unification of Europe. Historian 61, no.1 (Fall 1998): 67-84.
    DDE Library

  44. McConnell, Stuart. The William Newby Case and the Legacy of the Civil War. Prologue 30, no.4 (Winter 1998): 246-255.
    RG021/RG015

  45. McDermott, John D. No Small Potatoes: Problems of Food and Health at Fort Laramie, 1849-1959. Nebraska History 79, no.4 (Winter 1998): 162-170.
    RG092/RG094/RG098/RG192

  46. Mendelsohn, Betsy. The Federal Hand in Urban Development: Chicago Harbor before the Civil War. Prologue 30, no.4 (Winter 1998): 256-265.
    RG077/RG267

  47. Miller, Edward A., Jr. The Black Civil War Soldiers of Illinois: The Story of the Twenty-Ninth U.S. Colored Infantry. Prologue 30, no.4 (Winter 1998): 268-276.
    RG015/RG094/RG111

  48. Patton, Allyson. Wired. American History 34, no.1 (April 1999): 72.
    NARA Photos

  49. Peterson, Nancy Simons. Guarded Pasts: The Lives and Offspring of Colonel George and Clara (Baldwin) Bomford. National Genealogical Society Quarterly 86, no.4 (December 1998): 283-304.
    RG015/RG021/RG029/RG094

  50. Plante, Trevor K. The Shady Side of the Family Tree: Civil War Union Court-Martial Case Files. Prologue 30, no.4 (Winter 1998): 314-319.
    RG094/RG111/RG153

  51. Ponder, Daniel E. The Presidency as a Learning Organization. Presidential Studies Quarterly 29, no.1 (March 1999): 100-114.
    JC Library

  52. Potter, Lee Ann; Schamel, Wynell. General Orders Pertaining to Removal of the Cherokees. Social Education 63, no.1 (January/February 1999): 32-38.
    RG393

  53. Purcell, Aaron D. Undermining the TVA: George Berry, David Lilienthal, and Arthur Morgan. Tennessee Historical Quarterly 57, no.2 (Fall 1998): 168-189.
    RG142

  54. Rea, Bob. The Washita Trail: The Seventh U.S. Cavalry's Route of March to and from the Battle of the Washita. Chronicles of Oklahoma 76, no.3 (Fall 1998): 244-261.
    RG077

  55. Roberts, Priscilla. "Quis Custodiet Ipsos Custodes?" The Federal Reserve System's Founding Fathers and Allied Finances in the First World War. Business History Review 72, no.4 (Winter 1998): 585-620.
    RG046/RG056

  56. Rorabaugh, W. J. Moral Character, Policy Effectiveness, and the Presidency: The Case of JFK. Journal of Policy History 10, no.4 (1998): 445-460.
    JFK Library/LBJ Library

  57. Rose, James D. The Struggle Over Management Rights at US Steel, 1946-1960: A Reassessment of Section 2-B of the Collective Bargaining Contract. Business History Review 72, no.3 (Autumn 1998): 446-477.
    RG025

  58. Rose, Sonya O. The "Sex Question" in Anglo-American Relations in the Second World War. International History Review 20, no.4 (December 1998): 884-903.
    RG332

  59. Rutledge, David J. Elizabeth Jamison's Tale of the War. South Carolina Historical Magazine 99, no.4 (October 1998): 312-339.
    RG109

  60. Salmond, John A. "The Burlington Dynamite Plot": The 1934 Textile Strike and its Aftermath in Burlington, North Carolina. North Carolina Historical Review 75, no.4 (October 1998): 338-434.
    RG009

  61. Scott, Rebecca J. Race, Labor, and Citizenship in Cuba: A View from the Sugar District of Clenfuegos, 1886-1909. Hispanic American Historical Review 78, no.4 (November 1998): .
    RG059/RG076/RG395

  62. Scully, Eileen P. Prostitution as Privilege: The "American Girl" of Treaty-Port Shanghai, 1860-1937. International History Review 20, no.4 (December 1998): 855-883.
    RG029/RG059/RG084/RG263

  63. Stillwell, Paul. The Last Battleship. American History 33, no.6 (February 1999): 16-24, 62-63.
    NARA photos

  64. Taylor, Joseph E., II. El Nino and Vanishing Salmon: Culture, Nature, History, and the Politics of Blame. Western Historical Quarterly 29, no.4 (Winter 1998): 437-457.
    RG022

  65. Turner, James E. The Pima and Maricopa Villages: Oasis at a Cultural Crossroads, 1846-1873. Journal of Arizona History 39, no.4 (Winter 1998): 345-378.
    RG075/RG098

  66. Wellman, Judith. This Side of the Border: Fugitives from Slavery in Three Central New York Communities. New York History 79, no.4 (October 1998): 359-392.
    RG233

  67. Wells, William R., II. US Revenue Cutters Captured in the War of 1812. American Neptune 58, no.3 (Summer 1998): 225-241.
    RG026/RG036

  68. White, Bruce M. The Power of Whiteness or, The Life and Times of Joseph Rolette Jr. Minnesota History 56, no.4 (Winter 1998-1999): 178-197.
    RG075

  69. Winkel, Kenneth J. The Second Party System in Lincoln's Springfield. Civil War History 44, no.4 (December 1998): 267-284.
    RG029

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  70. Abbott, Kathryn A. Alcohol and the Anishinaabeg of Minnesota in the Early Twentieth Century. Western Historical Quarterly 30, no.1 (Spring 1999): 25-43.
    RG075

  71. Ahern, Joseph-James. Prize Rules: Civil War Prize Procedure in the Philadelphia Prize Court, 1861-1865. American Neptune 58, no.4 (Fall 1998): 343-352.
    RG021

  72. Battershell, Gary. The Socioeconomic Role of Slavery in the Arkansas Upcountry. Arkansas Historical Quarterly 58, no.1 (Spring 1999): 45-60.
    RG029

  73. Bell, Michael Everette. Regional Identity in the Antebellum South: How German Immigrants Became "Good" Charlestonians. South Carolina Historical Magazine 100, no.1 (January 1999): 10-28.
    RG029

  74. Berstein, Barton H. The Making of the Atomic Admiral: "Deak" Parsons and Modernizing the U.S. Navy. Journal of Military History 63, no.2 (April 1999): 415-426.
    HST Library/DDE Library

  75. Bieder, Robert E. Sault Ste. Marie and the War of 1812: A World Turned Upside Down in the Old Northwest. Indiana Magazine of History 95, no.1 (March 1999): 1-13.
    RG075

  76. Black, Alida. Struggling with Icons: Memorializing Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt. Public Historian 21, no.1 (Winter 1999): 63-72.
    FDR Library

  77. Boyd, Carl. U.S. Navy Radio Intelligence During the Second World War and the Sinking of the Japanese Submarine I-52. Journal of Military History 63, no.2 (April 1999): 339-354.
    RG038/RG457

  78. Bradsher, Greg. Nazi Gold: The Merkers Mine Treasure. Prologue 31, no.1 (Spring 1999): 6-21.
    RG111/RG260/RG331/RG338/RG407/HST Library

  79. Bredbenner, Candice Lewis. The Case of the "Lovelorn Jewish Wives": Gender Bias and the Response to Immigration during the Great Depression. Prologue 31, no.1 (Spring 1999): 36-51.
    RG059/RG069/RG174

  80. Budiansky, Stephen. A Tribute to Cecil Phillips - and Arlington Hall's "Meritocracy". Cryptologia 23, no.2 (April 1999): 97-107.
    RG457

  81. Bustard, Bruce I. Picturing the Century: One Hundred Years of Photography from the National Archives. Prologue 31, no.1 (Spring 1999): 67-73.
    RG047/RG069/RG079/RG080/RG085/RG306

  82. Byrnes, Mark S. "Overruled and Worn Down": Truman Sends an Ambassador to Spain. Presidential Studies Quarterly 29, no.2 (June 1999): 263-279.
    RG059/HST Library

  83. Castanda, Christopher J. Writing Contract Business History. Public Historian 21, no.1 (Winter 1999): 11-29.
    LBJ Library

  84. Chirhart, Ann Short. "Gardens of Education": Beulah Rucker and African-American Culture in the Twentieth-Century Georgia Upcountry. Georgia Historical Quarterly 132, no.4 (Winter 1998): 829-847.
    RG033

  85. Cohen, Sheldon S. William Hodgson: An English Merchant and Unsung Friend to American Revolutionary Captives. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 123, no.1-2 (January-April 1999): 57-85.
    RG360

  86. Crothers, A. Glenn. Banks and Economic Development in Post-Revolutionary Northern Virginia, 1790-1812. Business History Review 73, no.1 (Spring 1999): 1-39.
    RG079

  87. Davis, Robert S., Jr. Selective Memories of Civil War Atlanta: The Memoir of Sallie Clayton. Georgia Historical Quarterly 132, no.4 (Winter 1998): 735-750.
    RG029/RG233

  88. Downey, Tom. Riparian Rights and Manufacturing in Antebellum South Carolina: William Gregg and the Origins of the "Industrial Mind". Journal of Southern History 65, no.1 (February 1999): 77-108.
    RG029

  89. Eberly, Robert E., Jr. Prisontown. Civil War Times Illustrated 38, no.1 (March 1999): 30-33.
    NARA Photos

  90. Erskine, Ralph. Kriegsmarine Short Signal Systems - and How Bletchely Park Exploited Them. Cryptologia 23, no.1 (January 1999): 65-92.
    RG242/RG457

  91. Everly, Elaine C.; Wehmann, Howard H. The War Office Fire of 1800. Prologue 31, no.1 (Spring 1999): 22-35.
    RG021/RG042/RG045/RG046/RG064/RG107/
    RG111/RG127/RG217/RG233/RG267/RG351

  92. Fisher, Andrew H. "This I Know From the Old People": Yakama Indian Treaty Rights as Oral Tradition. Montana: Magazine of Western History 49, no.1 (Spring 1999): 2-17.
    RG075

  93. Foglesong, David S. Roots of "Liberation": American Images of the Future of Russia in the Early Cold War, 1948-1953. International History Review 21, no.1 (March 1999): 57-79.
    FDR Library

  94. Goodburn, Amy. Literacy Practices at the Genoa Industrial Indian School. Great Plains Quarterly 19, no.1 (Winter 1999): 35-52.
    RG075

  95. Hancock, Richard H. William Box Hancock: Trail Driver and Cattleman. Chronicles of Oklahoma 76, no.4 (Winter 1998-99): 356-373.
    RG029

  96. Hanyok, Robert J. Soviet Comint during the Cold War: Letter to the Editors. Cryptologia 23, no.2 (April 1999): 167-170.
    FDR Library

  97. Heger, Kenneth W. Strategies for Reconstructing Careers of Foreign Service Officers. Prologue 31, no.1 (Spring 1999): 74-81.
    RG046/RG059/RG064/RG328

  98. Higgins, Billy D. Peter Caulder: A Free Black Soldier and Pioneer in Antebellum Arkansas. Arkansas Historical Quarterly 58, no.1 (Spring 1999): 80-99.
    RG029/RG049/RG094

  99. Hopkins, June. The Road Not Taken: Harry Hopkins and New Deal Work Relief. Presidential Studies Quarterly 29, no.2 (June 1999): 306-316.
    RG047/FDR Library

  100. Howard, Kathleen L. Weaving a Legend: Elle of Ganado Promotes the Southwest. New Mexico Historical Review 74, no.2 (April 1999): 127-153.
    RG075

  101. Ingimundarson, Valur. Buttressing the West in the North: The Atlantic Alliance, Economic Warfare, and the Soviet Challenge in Iceland, 1956-1959. International History Review 21, no.1 (March 1999): 80-103.
    RG059/RG218/RG273/RG319/RG341/RG469/DDE Library

  102. Jensen, Joan M. Sexuality on a Northern Frontier: The Gendering and Disciplining of Rural Wisconsin Women, 1850-1920. Agricultural History 73, no.2 (Spring 1999): 136-167.
    RG075/RG102

  103. Johns, Andrew L. A Voice from the Wilderness: Richard Nixon and the Vietnam War, 1964-1966. Presidential Studies Quarterly 29, no.2 (June 1999): 317-335.
    DDE Library/LBJ Library/GRF Library

  104. Johnson, Russell L. The Civil War Generation: Military Service and Mobility in Dubuque, Iowa, 1860-1870. Journal of Social History 32, no.4 (Summer 1999): 791-820.
    RG094/RG110

  105. Kaan, William J. Mahlon D. Manson and the Civil War in Kentucky: the Politics of Martial Glory. Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 96, no.3 (Summer 1998): 221-247.


  106. Kanon, Thomas. "A Slow, Laborious Slaughter": The Battle of Horseshoe Bend. Tennessee Historical Quarterly 58, no.1 (Spring 1999): 2-15.
    RG015

  107. Kelton, Paul. William Penn Adair: Cherokee Slaveholder and Indian Freedom Advocate. Chronicles of Oklahoma 77, no.1 (Spring 1999): 22-53.
    RG075/RG094

  108. Kilcullen, Kevin. The Fish and Wildlife Service: Protecting Habitat and History. CRM 22, no.4 (1999): 51-53.
    RG022

  109. Kooijman, Jaap. Soon or Later On: Franklin D. Roosevelt and National Health Insurance, 1933-1945. Presidential Studies Quarterly 29, no.2 (June 1999): 336-350.
    RG047/FDR Library

  110. Leffler, Melvyn P. The Cold War: What Do "We Now Know"?. American Historical Review 104, no.2 (April 1999): 501-524.
    RG059

  111. Lillibridge, John L. John G. Chapin and the Struggle for Dover. Chronicles of Oklahoma 77, no.1 (Spring 1999): 74-101.
    RG015/RG028/RG049

  112. Look, David W.; Perrault, Carole Louise. The Interior Building: Celebrating a Department's Mission Through its Architecture and Art. CRM 22, no.4 (1999): 11-14.
    NARA photos

  113. Lyon-Jenness, Cheryl. Bergamot Balm and Verbenas: The Public and Private Meaning of Ornamental Plants in the Mid-Nineteenth-Century Midwest. Agricultural History 73, no.2 (Spring 1999): 201-221.
    RG029

  114. MacDonald, Maureen. Looking Back on the Twentieth Century: 1900-1925 in Photographs. Prologue 31, no.1 (Spring 1999): 53-57.
    RG030/RG111/RG126/RG165/RG185/
    RG208/RG255/RG306

  115. McBride, W. Stephen. Camp Nelson: A Fortified Union Supply Depot, Recruitment Center, and African American Refugee Camp in Central Kentucky. Journal of America's Military Past 25, no.3 (Winter 1999): 24-35.
    NARA photos

  116. McKeown, Adam. Transnational Chinese Families and Chinese Exclusion, 1875-1943. Journal of American Ethnic History 18, no.2 (Winter 1999): 73-110.
    RG085

  117. Mettler, Suzanne. The Stratification of Social Citizenship: Gender and Federalism in the Formation of Old Age Insurance and Aid to Dependent Children. Journal of Policy History 11, no.1 (1999): 31-58.
    RG047

  118. Miller, John E. The Making of Theodore H. White's The Making of the President 1960. Presidential Studies Quarterly 29, no.2 (June 1999): 389-406.
    JFK Library

  119. Minchin, Timothy J. Federal Policy and the Racial Integration of Southern Industry, 1961-1980. Journal of Policy History 11, no.2 (1999): 147-178.
    RG021

  120. Nickles, David Paul. Telegraph Diplomats: The United States' Relations with France in 1848 and 1870. Technology and Culture 40, no.1 (January 1999): 1-25.
    RG059

  121. Offner, Arnold A. "Another Such Victory": President Truman, American Foreign Policy, and the Cold War. Diplomatic History 23, no.2 (Spring 1999): .
    HST Library

  122. Olwell, Russell. Help Wanted for Secret City: Recruiting Workers for the Manhattan Project at Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 1942-1946. Tennessee Historical Quarterly 58, no.1 (Spring 1999): 52-69.
    RG077/RG200/RG211/RG228/RG326/NARA photos

  123. Pankin, Mary Faith. The Yale Scientific Expedition of 1871: A Student's-Eye-View. Oregon Historical Quarterly 99, no.4 (Winter 1998-99): 374-435.
    RG029

  124. Peresie, Jennifer L. Die Wende: A Migration of People, Minds, and Spirits. Prologue 31, no.1 (Spring 1999): 58-66.
    RG059/HST Library

  125. Perez, Jr., Louis A. Incurring a Debt of Gratitude: 1898 and the Moral Sources of United States Hegemony in Cuba. American Historical Review 104, no.2 (April 1999): 356-398.
    RG059/RG140/RG350

  126. Pickney, Roger. Yankees on King Cotton's Coast. Civil War Times Illustrated 38, no.1 (March 1999): 34-39, 54-61.
    RG054/FDR Library

  127. Prezelski, Tom. Lives of the Californio Lancers: The First Battalion of Native California Cavalry, 1863-1866. Journal of Arizona History 40, no.1 (Spring 1999): 29-52.
    RG094

  128. Ramey, Diana L. "She Do a Heap of Work": Female Slave Labor on Glynn County Rice and Cotton Plantations. Georgia Historical Quarterly 132, no.4 (Winter 1998): 707-734.
    RG029

  129. Reinhart, Gertha. "Turning My Joy Into Bitterness": A Letter From John A. Wagner. South Carolina Historical Magazine 100, no.1 (January 1999): 49-70.
    RG021

  130. Reuss, Martin. The Art of Scientific Precision: River Research in the United States Army Corps of Engineers to 1945. Technology and Culture 40, no.2 (April 1999): 292-323.
    RG077

  131. Rung, Margaret C. Richard Nixon, State, and Party: Democracy and Bureaucracy in the Postwar Era. Presidential Studies Quarterly 29, no.2 (June 1999): 421-437.
    Nixon Materials - Pacific Southwest Region

  132. Saxbe, William B. Nineteenth-Century Death Records: How Dependable Are They?. National Genealogical Society Quarterly 87, no.1 (March 1999): 43-54.
    RG029

  133. Schweider, Dorothy; Fink, Deborah. U.S. Prairie and Plains Women in the 1920s: A Comparison of Women, Family, and Environment. Agricultural History 73, no.2 (Spring 1999): 183-200.
    RG029

  134. Scott, Kim Allen. The Williams Brothers Come to Montana. Montana: Magazine of Western History 49, no.1 (Spring 1999): 58-70.
    RG094

  135. Selvage, Douglas. The End of the Berlin Crisis, 1961-62: New Evidence from the Polish and East German Archives. Cold War International History Project Bulletin 11, no. (Winter 1998): 218-229.
    RG059

  136. Smith, Ted J. Mastering Farm and Family: David Walker as Slaveholder. Arkansas Historical Quarterly 58, no.1 (Spring 1999): 61-79.
    RG029

  137. Speer, Ed. "Dear Brother": The Last Wishes of a Confederate Soldier from East Tennessee. Tennessee Historical Quarterly 57, no.4 (Winter 1998): 258-267.
    RG029

  138. Stern, Alexandra Minna. Buildings, Boundaries, and Blood: Medicalization and Nation-Building on the U.S.-Mexico Border, 1910-1930. Hispanic American Historical Review 79, no.1 (February 1999): 41-81.
    RG085/RG090

  139. Strum, Harvey. New Jersey and the Embargo, 1807-1809. New Jersey History 116, no.3-4 (Fall-Winter 1998): 16-47.
    RG021/RG056/RG059

  140. Swanson, Craig. John A. Lejeune, Sports, Movies, and Reenactments. Journal of America's Military Past 25, no.3 (Winter 1999): 52-59.
    RG120

  141. Sweeney, James R. "Sheep without a Shepherd": The New Deal Faction in the Virginia Democratic Party. Presidential Studies Quarterly 29, no.2 (June 1999): 438-459.
    FDR Library

  142. Syrett, David. Communications Intelligence and Murmansk Convoys JW 56A, JW 56B, and RA 56: 12 January-9 February 1944. American Neptune 58, no.4 (Fall 1998): 369-381.
    RG457

  143. Taylor, Joseph E., III. Burning the Candle at Both Ends: Historicizing Overfishing in Oregon's Nineteenth-Century Salmon Fisheries. Environmental History 4, no.1 (January 1999): 54-79.
    RG022

  144. Taylor, Lawrence D. The Battle of Ciudad Juarez: Death Knell of the Porfirian Regime in Mexico. New Mexico Historical Review 74, no.2 (April 1999): 179-207.
    RG059/RG065/RG094

  145. Tidball, Eugene C. Duty, Honor, Country, and Skullduggery: Lincoln's Secretary of War Meddles at West Point. Civil War History 45, no.1 (March 1999): 5-27.
    RG094/RG153

  146. Vanden Heuvel, William J. America and the Holocaust. American Heritage 50, no.4 (July-August 1999): 34-53.
    RG111/NARA photos

  147. Wallace, Jerry. What are Affiliated Archives?. CRM 22, no.2 (1999): 42-43.
    RG049/RG075/RG079/RG393/RG404/RG405/RG515

  148. Wenger, Andreas; Gerber, Marcel. John F. Kennedy and the Limited Test Ban Treaty: A Case Study of Presidential Leadership. Presidential Studies Quarterly 29, no.2 (June 1999): 460-487.
    RG218

  149. Whealey, Robert H. Nazi Propagandist Joseph Goebbels Looks at the Spanish Civil War. Historian 61, no.2 (Winter 1999): 341-360.
    RG242

  150. Williams, Frank B., Jr. 893 Barrels of Jack Daniel's Old No. 7: The Troubles and Trials of Lem Motlow, 1923-1930. Tennessee Historical Quarterly 58, no.1 (Spring 1999): 34-51.
    RG021

  151. Wishart, David. The Death of Edward McMurty. Great Plains Quarterly 19, no.1 (Winter 1999): 5-21.
    RG075

  152. Wrampelmeier, Brooks. Aaron Clark Family Record. National Genealogical Society Quarterly 87, no.1 (March 1999): 55-60.
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  153. Zakim, Michael. A Ready-Made Business: The Birth of the Clothing Industry in America. Business History Review 73, no.1 (Spring 1999): 61-90.
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  154. Citizens and Advertisers in the Hazel Green Herald, Wolfe County, March 4, 1864. Kentucky Ancestors 34, no.3 (Spring 1999): 122-130.
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  155. Secret Weapons. Civil War Times 38, no.5 (October 1999): 38-43.
    NARA Photos

  156. Alverez, David. Behind Venona: American Signals Intelligence in the Early Cold War. Intelligence and National Security 14, no.2 (Summer 1999): 179-186.
    RG038/RG457

  157. Anderson, Truman. Incident at Baranivka: German Reprisals and the Soviet Partisan Movement in Ukraine, October-December 1941. Journal of Modern History 71, no.3 (September 1999): 585-623.
    RG242

  158. Arthaud, John Bradley. The John Wallis Family of Cape Ann, Massachusetts. New England Historical and Genealogical Register 153, no.611 (July 1999): 293-318.
    RG029

  159. Bassett, T.D. Seymour. Vermont's Nineteenth-Century Civil Religion. Vermont History 67, no.1&2 (Winter/Spring 1999): 27-53.
    RG015

  160. Borstelmann, Thomas. Jim Crow's Coming Out: Race Relations and American Foreign Policy in the Truman Years. Presidential Studies Quarterly 29, no.3 (September 1999): 549-569.
    HST Library

  161. Bredhoff, Stacey, Wynell Schamel, and Lee Ann Potter. The Arrest Records of Rosa Parks. Social Education 63, no.4 (May-June 1999): 207-211.
    RG021

  162. Britten, Thomas T. Hoover and the Indians: The Case For Continuity in Federal Indian Policy, 1990-1993. Historian 61, no.3 (Spring 1999): 518-538.
    HH Lib

  163. Brust, James S. and Lee H. Whittlesey. Thomas J. Hine: One of Yellowstone's Earliest Photographers. Montana: The Magazine of Western History 49, no.2 (Summer 1999): 14-23.
    RG057

  164. Butow, R.J.C. A Noteable Passage to China: Myth and Memory in FDR's Family History. Prologue 31, no.3 (Fall 1999): 158-177.
    FDR Library

  165. Buzzanco, Robert. What Happened to the New Left? Toward a Radical Reading of American Foreign Relations. Diplomatic History 23, no.4 (Fall 1999): 575-608.
    LBJ Library

  166. Cecil, Matthew. "In The Eyes of Men": Ben and Stella Mae Dickson, Bank Robbers. South Dakota 29, no.2 (Summer 1999): 155-173.
    RG065

  167. Clark, Thomas R. The Limits of State Autonomy: The Medical Cooperatives of the Farm Security Administration, 1935-1946. Journal of Policy History 11, no.3 (1999): 257-282.
    RG016/RG096

  168. Clymer, Kenton J. The Perils of Neutrality: The Break in U.S.-Cambodian Relations, 1965. Diplomatic History 23, no.4 (Fall 1999): 609-631.
    RG059/JFK Library/LBJ Library

  169. Collins, Steven G. System in the South: John W. Mallet, Josiah Gorgas, and Uniform Production at the Confederate Ordnance Department. Technology and Culture 40, no.3 (July 1999): 517-544.
    RG109

  170. Conlin, Michael F. The Popular and Scientific Reception of the Foucault Pendulum in the United States. Isis 90, no.9 (June 1999): 180-204.
    RG027

  171. Courson, Maxwell Taylor. Georgia History in Pictures. Georgia Historical Quarterly 63, no.2 (Summer 1999): 322-341.
    HH Library

  172. Damito, Christian G. "Patriot by Nature, Christian by Faith": Major General William Dorsey Pender, C.S.A.. North Carolina Historical Review 76, no.2 (April 1999): 163-201.
    RG109

  173. Davies, Donald W. Effectiveness of the Diagonal Board. Cryptologia 23, no.3 (July 1999): 229-239.
    RG457

  174. Deroche, Andrew J. Standing Firm for Principles: Jimmy Carter and Zimbabwe. Diplomatic History 23, no.4 (Fall 1999): 657-685.
    LBJ Library/Nixon Materials/GRF Library/JC Library

  175. Erskine, Ralph. The Holden Agreement on Naval Sigint: The First BRUSA?. Intelligence and National Security 14, no.2 (Summer 1999): 187-197.
    RG457

  176. Fielding, Jeremy. Coping With Decline: US Policy Toward the British Defense Reviews of 1966. Diplomatic History 23, no.4 (Fall 1999): 633-656.
    RG059/LBJ Library

  177. Forret, Jeff. Slave Labor in North Carolina's Antebellum Gold Mines. North Carolina Historical Review 76, no.2 (April 1999): 135-162.
    RG029

  178. Fowler, James. The United States and South Korean Democratization. Political Science Quarterly 114, no.2 (Summer 1999): 265-288.
    RR Library

  179. Froelich, Jacqueline and David Zimmermann. Total Eclipse: The Destruction of the African American Community of Harrison, Arkansas, in 1905 and 1909. Arkansas Historical Quarterly 58, no.2 (Summer 1999): 131-159.
    RG029/RG118

  180. Gannon, Michael. Invade Brazil!. Proceedings, U.S. Naval Institute 125, no.10 (October 1999): 58-65.
    RG038/RG127/RG165/FDR Library

  181. Gluba, Gregory. Five Hundred Acres of History: Freestone Point, Virginia, in the Civil War. Prologue 31, no.3 (Fall 1999): 190-201.
    RG019/RG024/RG029/RG045/RG077/RG080/
    RG094/RG109/RG111/RG125/RG217/RG393

  182. Haines, Gerald K. CIA's Role in the Study of UFO'S, 1947-90: A Diehard Issue. Intelligence and National Security 14, no.3 (Summer 1999): 26-48.
    RG341

  183. Haines, Joe D., Jr. "For Our Sake Do All You Can": The Indian Captivity and Death of Clara and Willie Blinn. Chronicles of Oklahoma 57, no.2 (Summer 1999): 170-183.
    RG094

  184. Harris, C. M. Washington's Gamble, L'Enfant's Dream: Politics, Design, and the Founding of the National Capital. William and Mary Quarterly 56, no.3 (July 1999): 527-564.
    RG042

  185. Hewes, Leslie. Recollections of Pioneering in Logan County. Chronicles of Oklahoma 57, no.2 (Summer 1999): 184-195.
    RG049

  186. Horne, Gerald. Race for Power: U.S. Foreign Policy and the General Crisis of "White Supremacy". Diplomatic History 23, no.3 (Summer 1999): 437-461.
    LBJ Library

  187. Houston, Alan Fraser and Jourdan Moore Houston. The 1859 Kander Expedition Revisited: 'Worthy Relics' Tell New Tales of a Wind River Wagon Road. Montana: The Magazine of Western History 49, no.2 (Summer 1999): 50-71.
    RG048/RG107

  188. Ivie, Robert. Fire, Flood, and Red Fever: Motivating Metaphors of Global Emergency in the Truman Doctrine Speech. Presidential Studies Quarterly 29, no.3 (September 1999): 570-591.
    HST Library

  189. Jacobs, Lawrence and Robert y. Shapiro. Lyndon Johnson, Vietnam, and Public Opinion: Rethinking Realist Theory of Leadership. Presidential Studies Quarterly 29, no.3 (September 1999): 592-616.
    LBJ Library

  190. Kaan, William J. Mahlon D. Manson and the Civil War in Kentucky: The Politics of Martial Glory. Register of the Kentucky Historical Society 96, no.3 (Summer 1998): 221-247.
    RG229

  191. Livingston, Rebecca. Civil War Cat and Mouse Game: Researching Blockade Runners at the National Archives. Prologue 31, no.3 (Fall 1999): 178-189.
    RG024/RG036/RG041/RG045/RG094/RG111/
    RG153/RG165/NARA Photos

  192. MacDonald, Maureen. Looking Back on the Twentieth Century. Prologue 31, no.3 (Fall 1999): 202-209.
    RG111/RG127/RG306/JFK Library/LBJ Library

  193. McCarthy, J. Patrick, Jr. Commerical Development and University Reform in Antebellum Athens: William Mitchell as Entrepreneur, Engineer, and Educator. Georgia Historical Quarterly 83, no.1 (Spring 1999): 1-28.
    RG029

  194. Miller, Kristie. A Volume of Friendship; The Correspondence of Isabella Greenway and Eleanor Roosevelt, 1904-1953. Arizona History 40, no.2 (Summer 1999): 121-156.
    FDR Library

  195. Mires, Charlene. In the Shadow of Independence Hall: Vernacular Activities and the Meanings of Historic Places. Public Historian 21, no.2 (Spring 1999): 49-64.
    RG306

  196. Naglich, Dennis. St. Louis Cross Section: History and Archaeology on the Eagleton Courthouse Block. Gateway Heritage 20, no.1 (Summer 1999): 38-45.
    RG029

  197. Ngai, Mae M. The Architecture of Race in American Immigration Law: A Reexamination of the Immigration Act of 1924. Journal of American History 86, no.1 (June 1999): 67-92.
    RG029/RG046/RG233

  198. Person, Byron. Newton Drury of the National Park Service: A Reappraisal. Pacific History Review 68, no.3 (August 1999): 397-424.
    RG079

  199. Pickard, Ruth Gormley. Too Many Possibilities and not Enough Records: Finding Parents for Naomi (Sears) Rider of Dutchess County, New York. National Genealogical Society Quarterly 87, no.2 (June 1999): 117-145.
    RG029

  200. Pinckney, Roger. An Angel of Death. Civil War Times 38, no.5 (October 1999): 26-33; 66.
    NARA Photos

  201. Porter, Pamela Boyer and Ann Carter Fleming. Genealogical Research in Missouri. National Genealogical Society Quarterly 87, no.2 (June 1999): 85-116.
    RGO15/RG080/RG092/RG094/RG109/RG127/
    RG163/RG391/RG395/RG404/RG405

  202. Potter, Constance. World War I Gold Star Mothers Pilgrimages, Part II. Prologue 31, no.3 (Fall 1999): 210-215.
    RG029/RG085/RG092

  203. Potter, Lee Ann and Wynell Schamel. The 1820 Census of Manufactures. Social Education 63, no.5 (September 1999): 310-313.
    RG029/NARA Photos

  204. Safianow, Allen. The Klan Comes to Tipton. Indiana Magazine of History 45, no.3 (September 1999): 203-231.
    RG029

  205. Sander, Stuart W. "Every Mother's Son of Them are Yankees!". Civil War Times 38, no.5 (October 1999): 53-57.
    NARA Photos

  206. Sarantakes, Nicholas Evans. In the Service of the Pharaoh? The United States and the Deployment of Korean Troops in Vietnam, 1965-1969. Pacific Historical Review 68, no.3 (August 1999): 425-449.
    RG059/LBJ Library

  207. Savard, John J.G. and Richard S. Pekelney. The ECM Mark II: Design, History, and Cryptology. Cryptolgia 23, no.3 (July 1999): 211-227.
    RG331

  208. Sellars, Nigel. The IWW and the Green Corn Rebellion. Chronicles of Oklahoma 57, no.2 (Summer 1999): 150-169.
    RG060/RG165/RG204

  209. Shavit, David. "The Greatest Morale Factor Nest to the Red Army": Books and Libraries in America and British Prisoners of War Camps in Germany During Worlds War II. Libraries and Culture 34, no.2 (Spring 1999): 113-134.
    RG059

  210. Sibley, Katherine A.S. Soviet Industrial Espionage Against American Military Technology and the US Response, 1930-1945. Intelligence and National Security 14, no.2 (Summer 1999): 94-123.
    RG038/RG059/RG165/RG233/RG265/FDR Library/HST Library

  211. Smith, Michael Thomas. "A Traitor and a Scoundrel": Benjamin S. Hendrick and the Making of a Dissenter in the Old South. North Carolina Historical Review 76, no.3 (July 1999): 316-337.
    RG029

  212. Stern, Sheldon. Would JFK Have Pulled Us Out of Vietnam?. American Heritage 50, no.5 (September 1999): 67-69.
    JFK Library

  213. Stevens, Donald G. World War II Economic Warfare: The United States, Britain, and Portuguese Wolfram. Historian 61, no.3 (Spring 1999): 539-555.
    FDR Library

  214. Waddel, Brian. Corporate Influence and World War II: Resolving the New Deal Political Stalemate. Journal of Policy History 11, no.3 (1999): 223-256.
    RG250/HST Library

  215. Walcott, Charles E. and Karen M. Hult. White House Staff Size: Explanations and Implications. Presidential Studies Quarterly 29, no.3 (September 1999): 638-656.
    Nixon Materials/GRF Library/JC Library

  216. Waldrep, Christopher. Women, the Civil War, and Legal Culture in Vicksburg, Mississippi. Journal of Mississippi History 61, no.2 (Summer 1999): 137-147.
    RG217

  217. Wilson, John B. Organizing the First Armored Divisions. Armor 38, no.4 (July-August 1999): 41-42.
    RG207

  218. Wolf-Fones, Elizabeth. Creating a Favorable Business Climate: Corporations and Radio Broadcasting, 1934-1954. Business History Review 73, no.2 (Summer 1999): 221-254.
    RG173

  219. Wood, Cynthia A. The Lieutenants and the Lady: The Trials of Elizabeth Easton Morton. Arizona History 40, no.2 (Summer 1999): 157-180.
    RG094/RG153/RG393

  220. Yang, Daqing. Convergence of Divergence? Recent Historical Writings on the Rape of Nanjing. American Historical Review 104, no.3 (June 1999): 842-865.
    RG457

  221. Ziegler, Charles A. UFOs and the US Intelligence Community. Intelligence and National Security 14, no.2 (Summer 1999): 1-25.
    RG341

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  222. Seeing the Century. American Heritage 50, no.8 (December 1999): 29-92.
    NARA Photos

  223. Alverez, David. Axis Sigint Collaboration: A Limited Partnership. Intelligence and National Security 14, no.1 (Spring 1999): 1-17.
    RG457

  224. Arthaud, John Bradley. The John Wallis Family of Cape Ann, Massachusetts. New England Historical and Genealogical Register 153, no.612 (October 1999): 489-498.
    RG015/RG029

  225. Atack, Jeremy and Bateman, Fred. Ninteenth-Century U.S. Industrial Development through the Eyes of the Census of Manufactures. Historical Methods 32, no.4 (Fall 1999): 177-188.
    RG029

  226. Barnes, L. Diane. Southern Artisans, Organizations, and the Rise of a Market Economy in Antebellum Petersburg. Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 107, no.2 (Spring 1999): 159-188.
    RG029

  227. Bernstein, Barton J. The Alarming Japanese Buildup on Southern Kyushu, Growing U.S. Fears, and Counterfactual Analysis: Would the Planned November 1945 Invasion of Southern Kyushu Have Occured?. Pacific Historical Review 68, no.4 (November 1999): 561-609.
    RG077/RG107/RG165/RG218/RG319/RG457/HH Library/HST Library

  228. Budiansky, Stephen. Too Late for Pearl Harbor. U.S. Naval Historical Institute Proceedings 125, no.12 (December 1999): 47-51.
    RG457

  229. Burke, Colin. Automating American Cryptanalysis, 1930-45: Marvelous Machines, a Bit Too Late. Intelligence and National Security 14, no.1 (Spring 1999): 18-39.
    RG457

  230. Butler, Sara A. A Useful History in Paint: New Deal Murals for Washington's Procurement Building. Arris 10, no. (1999): 35-48.
    RG121

  231. Cain, Frank. Signal Intelligence in Australia during the Pacific War. Intelligence and National Security 14, no.1 (Spring 1999): 40-61.
    RG457

  232. Cohen, Robert. G-Men in Georgia: The FBI and the Segregationist Riot at the University of Georgia, 1961. Georgia Historical Quarterly 83, no.3 (Fall 1999): 508-538.
    RG060/RG065

  233. Crane, Conrad C. Raiding the Beggar's Pantry: The Search for Airpower Strategy in the Korean War. Journal of Military History 63, no.4 (October 1999): 885-920.
    RG200/RG218/RG341

  234. Curran, Thomas. Memory, Myth, and Musty Records: Charles Woodson's Missouri Cavalry in the Army of Northern Virginia, Part I. Missouri Historical Review 64, no.1 (October 1999): 25-41.
    RG094/RG109

  235. Dobak, William A. Fort Riley's Black Soldiers and the Army's Changing Role in the West, 1867-1885. Kansas History 22, no.3 (Autumn 1999): 214-227.
    RG015/RG094/RG391/RG393

  236. Drea, Edward J. and Richard, Joseph E. New Evidence in Breaking the Japanese Codes. Intelligence and National Security 14, no.1 (Spring 1999): 63-83.
    RG457

  237. Eastman, Joel W. Last Bastion of Isolation: The U.S. Army Coast Artillery During World War II. Journal of America's Military Past 26, no.1 (Spring/Summer 1999): 52-63.
    RG319

  238. Elliott, Jack D., Jr. Three Chopped Way and the Representations of Yesteryear. Journal of Mississippi History 61, no.3 (Fall 1999): 213-234.
    RG075/RG107

  239. Ellis, Mark R. Reservation Akicitas: The Pine Ridge Indian Police, 1879-1885. South Dakota History 29, no.3 (Fall 1999): 185-210.
    RG075/RG094

  240. Ferris, John. Fighter Defence Before Fighter Command: The Rise of Strategic Air Defence in Greast Britain, 1917-1934. Journal of Military History 63, no.4 (October 1999): 845-884.
    RG038/RG165

  241. Fuss, Allison. Cowboys on the Reservation: The Growth of Rodeo as a Lakota National Pastime. South Dakota History 29, no.3 (Fall 1999): 211-228.
    RG075

  242. Garrison, Tim Alan. Beyond Worchester: The Alabama Supreme Court and the Sovereignty of the Creek Nation. Journal of the Early Republic 19, no.3 (Fall 1999): 423-450.
    RG075

  243. Gladwin, Lee A. Cautious Collaborators: The Struggle for Anglo-American Cryptanalytic Co-operation, 1940-43. Intelligence and National Security 14, no.1 (Spring 1999): 119-145.
    RG457

  244. Goree, John A. Price and Strother, Joshua Potts, and the Evolution of "A Map of Cape Fear River and its Vicinity". North Carolina Historical Review 76, no.4 (October 1999): 391-409.
    RG077

  245. Gustaitis, Joseph. The Cradle that Rocked America. American History 34, no.6 (February 2000): 16-22.
    NARA Photos

  246. Hagerty, Alexander. An Unpublished Yardley Manuscript. Cryptologia 23, no.4 (October 1999): 289-297.
    RG457

  247. Hahn, Peter L. Alignment by Coincidence: Israel, the United States, and the Partition of Jerusalem, 1949-1953. International History Review 21, no.3 (September 1999): 665-689.
    RG059/RG319/HST Library

  248. Hillman, Ralph E. The Family of William T. Long of Brewer, Maine. Maine Genealogist 21, no.4 (November 1999): 161-176.
    RG006/RG029

  249. Issel, William. "Little Values, Human Values,and the Preservation of the City's Treasured Appearance": Environmentalism, Politics, and the San Francisco Freeway Revolt. Pacific Historical Review 68, no.4 (November 1999): 611-646.
    RG398

  250. Johnson, Wray R. Black American Radicalism and the First World War: The Secret Files of the Military Intelligence Division. Armed Forces and Society 26, no.1 (Fall 1999): 27-53.
    RG165

  251. Kirby, Kathleen M. Elizebeth Young, Wife of Samuel Leeman of Woolrich, Maine. Maine Genealogist 21, no.4 (November 1999): 147-152.
    RG029

  252. Lamm, Alan K. Buffalo Soldier Chaplains of the Old West. Journal of America's Military Past 26, no.1 (Spring/Summer 1999): 25-40.
    RG094

  253. Leary, Helen F. M. Resolving Conflicts in Direct Evidence: Identity and Vital Dates of Mary Kittrell. Evidence 87, no.3 (September 1999): 199-205.
    RG029

  254. Loosbrock, Richard D. The Changing Faces of a Mining Town: The Dual Labor System in Elizabethtown, New Mexico. New Mexico Historical Review 74, no.4 (October 1999): 353-373.
    RG029

  255. Minchin, Timothy J. Black Activism, the 1964 Civil Rights Act, and the Racial Integration of the Southern Textile Industry. Journal of Southern History 65, no.4 (November 1999): 809-844.
    RG021

  256. Nicolaides, Becky M. "Where the Working Man Is Welcomed": Working-Class Suburbs in Los Angeles, 1900-1940. Pacific Historical Review 68, no.4 (November 1999): 517-559.
    RG195

  257. O'Neill, Colleen. The "Making" of the Navajo Worker: Navajo Households, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and Off-Reservation Wage Work, 1948-1960. New Mexico Hisorical Review 74, no.4 (October 1999): 375-405.
    RG075

  258. Peters, David. Portrait of a Century. American History 34, no.6 (February 2000): 33-39.
    NARA Photos

  259. Ratcliff, R.A. Searching for Security: The German Investigations into Enigma Security. Intelligence and National Security 14, no.1 (Spring 1999): 146-167.
    RG038/RG338/RG457

  260. Roberts, Priscilla. Jewish Bankers, Russia, and the Soviet Union, 1900-1940: The Case of Kuhn, Loeb and Company. Jewish American Archives 39, no.1 & 2 (1997): 9-37.
    HH Library

  261. Roberts, William H. "The Name of Ericsson": Political Engineering in the Union Ironclad Program, 1861-1863. Journal of Military History 43, no.4 (October 1999): 823-843.
    RG019

  262. Rosier, Paul C. "The Real Indians, Who Constitute the Real Tribe": Class, Ethnicity, and IRA Politics on the Blackfeet Reservation. Journal of American Ethnic History 18, no.4 (Summer 1999): 3-39.
    RG075

  263. Rozell, Mark J. The Law: Executive Privilege: Definition and Standards of Application. Presidential Studies Quarterly 29, no.4 (December 1999): 918-930.
    Nixon Materials/GRF Library/JC Library

  264. Rue, Eleanor L. The Family of Seth and Thankful (Atwood) Hinckley of New Meadows (Brunswick) Maine. Maine Genealogist 21, no.4 (November 1999): 153-160.
    RG015

  265. Rusell, Edmund P., III. The Strange Career of DDT: Experts, Federal Capacity, and Enviormentalism in World War II. Technology and Agriculture 40, no.4 (October 1999): 770-796.
    RG007/RG112/RG179

  266. Schamel, Wynell and Schamel, Charles E. The 1897 Petition Against the Annexation of Hawaii. Social Education 63, no.7 (November/December 1999): 402-408.
    RG046

  267. Simons, D. Brenton. New England Family Record Broadsides and "the Letter Press Artist" of Connecticut. New England Historical and Genealogical Register 153, no.612 (October 1999): 387-406.
    RG029

  268. Stagg, J.C.A. Between Black Rock and a Hard Place: Peter B. Porter's Plan for an Invasion of Canada in 1812. Journal of the Early Republic 19, no.3 (Fall 1999): 385-422.
    RG075/RG107/RG233

  269. Sullivan, Terry, Hora, Jennifer, Keele, Luke, McNoldy, Todd, and Pettis, Gregory. Source Material: Presidential Recordings as Presidential Data: Assessing LBJ's Presidential Persuasive Attempts. Presidential Studies Quarterly 29, no.4 (December 1999): 931-942.
    LBJ Library

  270. Taylor, John M. Shark Hunt. Civil War Times 38, no.6 (December 1999): 67-74, 91-92.
    NARA Photos

  271. Taylor, Kieran. "We Have Just Begun": Black Organizing and White Response in the Arkansas Delta, 1919. Arkansas Historical Quarterly 58, no.3 (Autumn 1999): 264-284.
    RG060

  272. Tidball, Eugene C. A Subaltern's First Experiences in the Old Army. Civil War History 45, no.3 (September 1999): 199-222.
    RG094/RG391

  273. Urlich, Roberta. Empty Promises, Empty Nets. Oregon Historical Quarterly 100, no.2 (Summer 1999): 134-157.
    RG075

  274. Whayne, Jennie M. Villains and Wickedness: Race and Class in the Elaine Riots. Arkansas Historical Quarterly 58, no.3 (Autumn 1999): 285-313.
    RG029/RG060

  275. Wiese, Andrew. Black Housing, White Finance: African American Housing and Home Ownership in Evanston, Illinois Before 1940. Journal of Social History 33, no.2 (Winter 1999): 429-460.
    RG029/HH Library

  276. Wilcox, Robert W. "The Law of the Least Effort": Cattle Ranching and the Enviorment in the Savanna of Mato Grosso, Brazil, 1900-1980. Environmental History 4, no.3 (July 1999): 338-368.
    RG059/RG083/RG166

  277. Yu, Maochun. Chinese Codebreakers, 1927-45. Intelligence and National Security 14, no.1 (Spring 1999): 201-213.
    RG038

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