Prologue Magazine

Prologue | Fall 1995


No Ordinary Time: Franklin and Eleanor Roosevelt
Doris Kearns Goodwin

An Exception to Most of the Rules: What Made American Nationalism Different in the Mid-Nineteenth Century?
Peter J. Parish

The Preacher and the Anarchist: A Turn-of-the-Century Debate
Roger Bruns

The Assassination of Humbert I
Lowell L. Blaisdell

Forcing a U-Boat to Surface: Source Materials in a Biography of Werner Henke
Timothy P. Mulligan


Prologue in Perspective: A New Chapter for the National Archives
John W. Carlin

Archivist's Perspective: Honorable Reports: Battles, Campaigns, and Skirmishes—Civil War Records and Research
Michael P. Musick

The Only Medal
Missing in Action: Battle Reports—Beyond the Official Records
Campaigns and Courts-Martial
Lincoln, Gettysburg, and the Papers of the Presidents

Prologue Portfolio: The Paper Trail: Army Records from Vietnam
Marilyn Paul

World War II: Fifty Years Ago . . .

Genealogy Notes: Which Henry Cook? A Methodology for Searching for Confederate Ancestors
Desmond Walls Allen



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