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Compilation of Periodical Literature: Treasury, Revenue, Finance Cluster

Record Groups 34, 39, 50, 53, 56, 58, 82, 87, 101, 104, 180, 195, 217, 265, 266, 275, 318, 365, 366, 413, 425, 483, 484, 485, 559, 564

  1. "In the American Eye: From an Exhibit of National Archives Photographs". Prologue 11, no.3 (Fall 1979): 171-183.
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  2. Adamson, Michael R. "'Must We Overlook All Impairment of Our Interests?' Debating the Foreign Aid Role of the Export-Import Bank, 1934-41". Diplomatic History 29, no.4 (September 2005): 589-623.
    RG056/RG059/RG275/FDR Library

  3. Adamson, Michael R. "The Failure of the Foreign Bondholders Protective Council Experiment, 1934-1940". Business History Review 76, no.3 (Autumn 2002): 479-514.

  4. Aid, Matthew M. "In the Right Place at the Right Time: U.S. Signals Intelligence Relations with Scandinavia, 1945-1960". Journal of Strategic Studies 29, no.4 (August 2006): 575-605.
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  5. Akiboh, Alvita. "Pocket-Sized Imperialism: U.S. Designs on Colonial Currency". Diplomatic History 41, no.5 (November 2017): 874-902.

  6. Allyn, Nancy E. "Uncle Sam Speaks: Broadsides and Posters from the National Archives". Prologue 17, no.4 (Winter 1985): 259-263.

  7. Alsobrook, David E. "Mobile's Forgotten Progressive - A. N. Johnson, Editor and Entrepreneur". Alabama Review 32, no.3 (July 1979): 188-202.

  8. Alsobrook, David E. "The Mobile Streetcar Boycott of 1902: African American Protest or Capitulation?". Alabama Review 56, no.2 (April 2003): 83-103.

  9. Amos, Alcione M. and Patricia Brown Savage. "Frances Eliza Hall: Postbellum Teacher in Washington, D.C.". Washington History 29, no.1 (Spring 2017): 42-54.

  10. Anders, Leslie. "'Farthest North': The Historian and the Battle of Athens". Missouri Historical Review 49, no.2 (January 1975): 147-168.

  11. Anderson, George L. "From Cattle to Wheat: The Impact of Agricultural Developments on Banking in Early Wichita". Agricultural History 33, no.1 (January 1959): 3-15.

  12. Anderson, George M. "Growth, Civil War, and Change: The Montgomery County Agricultural Society, 1850-1876". Maryland Historical Magazine 86, no.4 (Winter 1991): 396-406.

  13. Anderson, Worth Shipley. "John Stanfield 'as he is cald in this country': An Illegitimate Descent in Eastern Tennessee". National Genealogical Society Quarterly 106, no.2 (June 2018): 84-101.

  14. Armstrong, Robert D. "'This Nice Little Stealage Game': Printing, Politics, and Patronage in Territorial Idaho". Idaho Yesterdays 38, no.1 (Spring 1994): 21-30.

  15. Armstrong, Robert D. "The Beasts in the Bathtub and Other Archival Laments". American Archivist 45, no.4 (Fall 1982): 375-384.

  16. Armstrong, Thomas F. "The Building of a Black Church: Community in Post Civil War Liberty County, Georgia". Georgia Historical Quarterly 66, no.3 (Fall 1982): 346-367.

  17. Aron, Cindy S. "'To Barter Their Souls for Gold': Female Clerks in Federal Government Offices, 1862-1890". Journal of American History 67, no.4 (March 1981): 835-853.

  18. Atkinson, James R. "A Narrative Based on an Interview with Malcolm McGee by Lyman C. Draper". Journal of Mississippi History 66, no.1 (Spring 2004): 37-74.

  19. Auman, William T. "Neighbor against Neighbor: The Inner Civil War in the Randolph County Area of Confederate North Carolina". North Carolina Historical Review 61, no.1 (January 1984): 59-92.

  20. Auman, William T. and David D. Scarboro. "The Heroes of America in Civil War North Carolina". North Carolina Historical Review 58, no.4 (October 1981): 327-363.

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

  22. Ball, David. "The Ironclad Phoenix and the Confederate Obstructions at Mobile Bay". Underwater Archaeology (1999): 148-155.

  23. Ballantyne, David T. "'Whenever the Yankees Were Gone, I Was a Confederate': Loyalty and Dissent in Civil War-Era Rapides Parish, Louisiana". Civil War History 63, no.1 (March 2017): 36-67.

  24. Baltz, Matthew J. "Navigating the Globalization Dilemma: Democratic Pressure and the Making of U.S. Inward Foreign Direct Investment Policy of the 1970s". Journal of Policy History 31, no.1 (2019): 101-125.
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  25. Basosi, Duccio. "Principle or Power? Jimmy Carter's Ambivalent Endorsement of the European Monetary System, 1977-1979". Journal of Transatlantic Studies 8, no.1 (March 2010): 6-18.
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  26. Bauman, John F. and David Schuyler. "Urban Politics and the Vision of a Modern City: Philadelphia and Lancaster after World War II". Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 132, no.4 (October 2008): 377-402.

  27. Baumann, Roland M. "Philadelphia's Manufactures and the Excise Taxes of 1789: The Forging of the Jeffersonian Coalition". Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 106, no.1 (January 1982): 3-39.

  28. Behrend, Justin. "Rebellious Talk and Conspiratorial Plots: The Making of a Slave Insurrection in Civil War Natchez". Journal of Southern History 77, no.1 (February 2011): 17-52.

  29. Bell, Karen B. "'The Ogeechee Troubles': Federal Land Restoration and the 'Lived Realities' of Temporary Proprietors, 1865-1868". Georgia Historical Quarterly 85, no.3 (Fall 2001): 373-397.

  30. Bell, Roger. "Testing the Open Door Thesis in Australia, 1941-1946". Pacific Historical Review 51, no.3 (August 1982): 283-311.
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  31. Bellamy, Jay. "The Scottsboro Boys: Injustice in Alabama". Prologue 46, no.1 (Spring 2014): 26-34.
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  32. Bernardini, Giovanni. "West German-American Relations and a New 'Order of Peace' for Europe, 1969-1970". Journal of Transatlantic Studies 8, no.1 (March 2010): 19-31.
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  33. Birk, Douglas A., and Bruce M. White. "Who Wrote the 'Diary of Thomas Connor'?". Minnesota History 46, no.5 (Spring 1979): 170-188.

  34. Black, Alysha E. "Making the Most of the Archives: Finding White House Documentary Sources at the National Archives". White House History 9 (Spring 2001): 4-13.
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  35. Blakeslee, Merritt R. "'They Broke to Run & Was Shot': The Short, Turbulent Career of Calvin Brixey, First Alabama & Tennessee Independent Vidette Cavalry (U.S.A.)". Tennessee Historical Quarterly 78, no.3 (Fall 2019): 106-135.

  36. Blondo, Richard. "Historic Murals Conservation at the National Archives Building". Prologue 35, no.1 (Spring 2003): 26-29.
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  37. Bluestone, Daniel. "Civic and Aesthetic Reserve: Ammi Burnham Young's 1850s Federal Customhouse Designs". Winterthur Portfolio 25, no.2-3 (Summer-Autumn 1990): 131-156.

  38. Boughton, James M. "New Light on Harry Dexter White". Journal of the History of Economic Thought 26, no.2 (June 2004): 179-195.
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  39. Boughton, James M. "The Case against Harry Dexter White: Still Not Proven". History of Political Economy 33, no.2 (Summer 2001): 219-239.

  40. Brenckle, Matthew. "Slumming It on the Quarterdeck: Naval Officers' Sea-going Clothing in the Early Nineteenth Century". Military Collector & Historian 64, no.2 (Summer 2012): 135-138.

  41. Brenckle, Matthew. "Uniforms for Federal-Era U.S. Navy Gig and Barge Crews". Military Collector & Historian 59, no.4 (Winter 2007): 320.

  42. Brewer, Charles C. "African American Sailors and the Unvexing of the Mississippi River". Prologue 30, no.4 (Winter 1998): 278-286.

  43. Brown, David. "Attacking Slavery from Within: The Making of the Impending Crisis of the South". Journal of Southern History 70, no.3 (August 2004): 541-576.

  44. Brown, Joan Sayers. "Skippets". Magazine Antiques 110, no.1 (July 1978): 140-141.

  45. Brown, Thomas Elton. "Myth or Reality: Is There a Generation Gap among Electronic Records Archivists?". Archivaria 41 (Spring 1996): 234-243.

  46. Browning, Judkin. "Removing the Mask of Nationality: Unionism, Racism, and Federal Military Occupation in North Carolina, 1862-1965". Journal of Southern History 71, no.3 (August 2005): 589-620.

  47. Bruns, Roger and William Fraley. "'Old Gunny': Abolitionist in a Slave City". Maryland Historical Magazine 100, no.3 (Fall 2005): 315-325.

  48. Burr, William. "Marshall Planners and the Politics of Empire: The United States and French Financial Policy, 1948". Diplomatic History 15, no.4 (Fall 1991): 495-522.
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  49. Bustard, Bruce, Jennifer Johnson, Michael Hussey, Alice Kamps, and Christina Rudy Smith. "Records of Rights". Prologue 45, no.3/4 (Fall/Winter 2013): 7-17.
    Online version

  50. Bustard, Bruce. "Spirited Republic: Alcohol's Evolving Role in U.S. History". Prologue 46, no.4 (Winter 2014): 14-22.
    Online version
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  51. Butler, Anne M. "Military Myopia: Prostitution on the Frontier". Prologue 13, no.4 (Winter 1981): 233-250.

  52. Caddoo, Cara. "Black Newspapers, Real Property, and Mobility in Memphis after Emancipation". Journal of African American History 102, no.4 (Fall 2017): 468-491.

  53. Calhoun, Frederick S. "Agents of Federalism: U.S. Marshals, 1789-1797". Prologue 21, no.1 (Winter 1989): 345-357.

  54. Camarillo, Albert M. "Navigating Segregated Life in America's Racial Borderhoods, 1910s-1950s". Journal of American History 100, no.3 (December 2013): 645-662.

  55. Carroll, Beau Duke, Alan Cressler, Tom Belt, Julie Reed, and Jan F. Simek. "Talking Stones: Cherokee Syllabary in Manitou Cave, Alabama". Antiquity 93, no.368 (April 2019): 519-536.

  56. Carvalho, James, III. "Uncovering the Stories of Black Families in Springfield and Hampden County, Massachusetts, 1650-1865". Historical Journal of Massachusetts 40, no.1-2 (Summer 2012): 59-93.

  57. Chapin, Christy Ford. "'Going Behind with that Fifteen Cent Policy': Black-Owned Insurance Companies and the State". Journal of Policy History 24, no.4 (2012): 644-674.

  58. Chapla, John D. "Quartermaster Operations in the Forty-Second Virginia". Civil War History 30, no.1 (March 1984): 5-30.

  59. Christian, James A. "Sgt. Andrew J. Tozier, Medal of Honor Recipient of the Twentieth Maine". Gettysburg Magazine 54 (2016): 81-90.
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  60. Clark, Wahnne C. "The Grand Celebration: An Indian Delegation to Washington". Chronicles of Oklahoma 66, no.2 (Summer 1988): 192-205.

  61. Clavin, Patricia. "'The Fetishes of So-Called International Bankers': Central Bank Co-operation for the World Economic Conference, 1932-3". Contemporary European History 1, no.3 (November 1992): 281-311.
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  62. Collins, Sue. "Star Testimonials and Trailers: Mobilizing during World War I". Cinema Journal 57, no.1 (Fall 2017): 46-70.
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  63. Combs, Edwin L., Jr. "Confederate Shipbuilding on the Cape Fear River". North Carolina Historical Review 73, no.4 (October 1996): 409-434.

  64. Connolly, Emilie. "Fiduciary Colonialism: Annuities and Native Dispossession in the Early United States". American Historical Review 127, no.1 (March 2022): 223-253.

  65. Connolly, Emilie. "Panic, State Power, and Chickasaw Dispossession". Journal of the Early Republic 40, no.4 (Winter 2020): 683-689.

  66. Connolly, N. D. B. "Timely Innovations: Planes, Trains and the 'Whites Only' Economy of a Pan-American City". Urban History 36, no.2 (August 2009): 243-261.

  67. Conti-Brown, Peter and Sean H. Vanatta. "The Logic and Legitimacy of Bank Supervision: The Case of the Bank Holiday of 1933". Business History Review 95, no.1 (Spring 2021): 87-120.

  68. Cook, Robert. "'The Grave of All My Comforts': William Pitt Fessenden as Secretary of the Treasury, 1864-65". Civil War History 41, no.3 (September 1995): 208-226.

  69. Crisman, Kevin, Nina Chick, and John Davis. "Shipwrecked in Oklahoma: The Last Voyage of the Steamboat Heroine, 1838". Chronicles of Oklahoma 91, no.3 (Fall 2013): 260-295.

  70. Crow, Jeffrey J. "The Whiskey Rebellion in North Carolina". North Carolina Historical Review 66, no.1 (January 1989): 1-28.

  71. Dalleo, Peter T. "'Both Pockets Full of Letters': Thomas M. Rodney, John M. Clayton, William R. King, and Whig Patronage Politics". Delaware History 30, no.2 (Fall-Winter 2002-2003): 85-119.

  72. Daly, Ann Marsh. "'Every Dollar Brought from the Earth': Money, Slavery, and Southern Gold Mining". Journal of the Early Republic 41, no.4 (Winter 2021): 553-585.

  73. Davis, Damani. "Slavery and Emancipation in the Nation's Capital". Prologue 42, no.1 (Spring 2010): 52-59.
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  74. Davis, John Martin, Jr. "Bankless in Beaufort: A Reexamination of the 1873 Failure of the Freedmans Savings Branch at Beaufort, South Carolina". South Carolina Historical Magazine 104, no.1 (January 2003): 25-55.

  75. Davis, Robert S. "White and Black in Blue: The Recruitment of Federal Units in Civil War North Georgia". Georgia Historical Quarterly 85, no.3 (Fall 2001): 347-374.
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  76. Davis, Robert S., Jr. "Memoirs of a Partisan War: Sion Darnell Remembers North Georgia, 1861-1865". Georgia Historical Quarterly 80, no.1 (Spring 1996): 93-116.

  77. Davis, Robert Scott, Jr. "Documentation for Afro-American Families: Records of the Freedman's Savings and Trust Company". National Genealogical Society Quarterly 76, no.2 (June 1988): 139-149.

  78. Davis, Robert Scott, Jr. "The Curious Civil War Career of James George Brown, Spy". Prologue 26, no.1 (Spring 1994): 16-31.

  79. Davis, Robert Scott, Jr. "Without Right of Conquest: The Civil War Occupation and Restoration of the Findlay Foundry of Macon, Georgia". Prologue 29, no.4 (Winter 1997): 300-315.

  80. Davis, Robert Scott. "A Cotton Kingdom Retooled for War: The Macon Arsenal and the Confederate Ordnance Establishment". Georgia Historical Quarterly 91, no.3 (Fall 2007): 266-291.

  81. Davis, Robert Scott. "New Ideas from New Sources: Modern Research in Reconstruction, 1865-1876". Georgia Historical Quarterly 93, no.3 (Fall 2009): 291-306.

  82. Davis, Robert Scott. "The Georgia Odyssey of the Confederate Gold". Georgia Historical Quarterly 86, no.4 (Winter 2002): 569-586.

  83. Davis, Robert Scott. "Tribute for a Black Patriot: A Pension for Austin Dabney". Prologue 46, no.3 (Fall 2014): 22-29.

  84. Dayer, Roberta Allbert. "The British War Debts to the United States and the Anglo-Japanese Alliance, 1920-1923". Pacific Historical Review 45, no.4 (November 1976): 569-595.
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  85. De Cesar, Wayne T. and Susan Page. "Jefferson Buys Louisiana Territory and the Nation Moves Westward". Prologue 35, no.1 (Spring 2003): 31-36.
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  86. De la Torre, Joseba and Maria del Mar Rubio-Varas. "Learning by Doing: The First Spanish Nuclear Plant". Business History Review 92, no.1 (Spring 2018): 29-55.

  87. DeCanio, Samuel. "Just Because You're Paranoid Doesn't Mean They Aren't Out to Get You: Rejoinder to Bensel". Studies in American Political Development 25, no.2 (October 2011): 200-205.

  88. DeCanio, Samuel. "Populism, Paranoia, and the Politics of Free Silver". Studies in American Political Development 25, no.1 (April 2011): 1-26.

  89. Deeben, John P. "Financing the Civil War and Reconstruction: Internal Revenue Tax Assessment Lists for Texas, 1865-1866". The Genealogical Record 54, no.1-2 (Spring 2012): 7-16.

  90. DeLorme, Roland F. "Westward the Bureaucrats: Government Officials on the Washington and Oregon Frontiers". Arizona and the West 22, no.3 (Autumn 1980): 223-236.

  91. Denial, Catherine. "Pelagie Faribault's Island: Property, Kinship, and the Meaning of Marriage in Dakota Country". Minnesota History 62, no.2 (Summer 2010): 48-59.

  92. Dixon, David T. "Augustus R. Wright and the Loyalty of the Heart". Georgia Historical Quarterly 94, no.3 (Fall 2010): 342-371.

  93. Dotson, Rand. "'The Grave and Scandalous Evil Infected to Your People': The Erosion of Confederate Loyalty in Floyd County, Virginia". Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 108, no.4 (2000): 393-434.

  94. Dowdy, Doris Ostrander. "The Wyant Diary: An Artist with the Wheeler Survey in Arizona, 1873". Arizona and the West 22, no.3 (Autumn 1980): 255-278.

  95. Dresser, Rebecca M. "Kate and John Minor: Confederate Unionists of Natchez". Journal of Mississippi History 64, no.3 (Fall 2002): 189-216.

  96. Duncan, Georgena. "Uncertain Loyalties: Dual Enlistment in the Third and Fourth Arkansas Cavalry, USV". Arkansas Historical Quarterly 72, no.4 (Winter 2013): 333-365.

  97. Dunn, Victor S. "Confederate Civilian Records". NGS NewsMagazine 33, no.4 (October-December 2007): 32-35.

  98. Dyer, Thomas G. "Atlanta's Other Civil War Novel: Fictional Unionists in a Confederate City". Georgia Historical Quarterly 79, no.1 (Spring 1995): 147-168.

  99. Dyer, Thomas G. "Vermont Yankees in King Cotton's Court: The Case of Cyrena and Amherst Stone". Vermont History 60, no.4 (Fall 1992): 205-229.

  100. Dykzeul, Christopher. "Turbulent Times at Treasury: Applying the Appointments Clause to IRS Appeals Officers". Hastings Business Law Journal 17, no.1 (Winter 2021): 33-66.

  101. Elliott, Jack D., Jr. "The Buried City: A Meditation on History and Place". Journal of Mississippi History 66, no.2 (Summer 2004): 106-150.

  102. Elliott, Jack D., Jr. "The Plymouth Fort and the Creek War: A Mystery Solved". Journal of Mississippi History 62, no.4 (Winter 2000): 328-370.

  103. Ericson, David F. "The Federal Government and Slavery: Following the Money Trail". Studies in American Political Development 19, no.1 (Spring 2005): 105-116.

  104. Ernst, Daniel R. "'In a Democracy We Should Distribute the Lawyers': The Campaign for a Federal Legal Service, 1933-1945". American Journal of Legal History 58, no.1 (March 2018): 4-55.
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  105. Ernst, Daniel R. "Of Sheepdogs and Ventriloquists: Government Lawyers in Two New Deal Agencies". Buffalo Law Review 69, no.1 (January 2021): 43-54.

  106. Ernst, Daniel. "Morgan and the New Dealers". Journal of Policy History 20, no.4 (2008): 447-481.

  107. Everly, Elaine C. and Howard H. Wehmann. "The War Office Fire of 1800". Prologue 31, no.1 (Spring 1999): 22-35.
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  108. Fahey, John. "When the Dutch Owned Spokane". Pacific Northwest Quarterly 72, no.1 (January 1981): 2-10.

  109. Fielding, Jeremy. "The Primacy of National Security? American Responses to the British Financial Crisis of 1949". Diplomacy and Statecraft 11, no.1 (March 2000): 163-188.
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  110. Fischer, Benjamin B. "The 1980's Soviet War Scare: New Evidence from East German Documents". Intelligence and National Security 14, no.3 (Autumn 1999): 186-197.

  111. Fitzgerald, Michael W. "From Unionists to Scalawags: Elite Dissent in Civil War Mobile". Alabama Review 55, no.2 (April 2002): 106-121.

  112. Fitzgerald, Michael W. "Republican Factionalism and Black Empowerment: The Spencer-Warner Controversy and Alabama Reconstruction, 1868-1880". Journal of Southern History 64, no.3 (August 1998): 473-494.

  113. Flandreau, Marc and Joanna Kinga Slawatyniec. "Understanding Rating Addiction: US Courts and the Origins of Rating Agencies' Regulatory License (1900-1940)". Financial History Review 20, no.3 (December 2013): 237-257.

  114. Fleming, Sarah R. "Indirect Evidence of the Parents of Joseph Rhodes of Graves County, Kentucky". National Genealogical Society Quarterly 97, no.1 (March 2009): 5-15.

  115. Flint, Richard and Shirley Cushing Flint. "Fort Union and the Economy of Northern Mexico, 1860-1868". New Mexico Historical Review 77, no.1 (Winter 2002): 27-55.

  116. Fonner, Davis Kent. "The Failure of the Farmers and Drovers National Bank of Waynesburg, Pennsylvania". Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 104, no.2 (April 1980): 221-239.

  117. Fox, Cynthia G. "Income Tax Records of the Civil War Years". Prologue 18, no.4 (Winter 1986): 250-259.
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  118. Gaede, Frederick C. and Juanita Leisch Jensen. "Gaiters for the Army of the Potomac in the Civil War". Military Collector & Historian 66, no.3 (Fall 2014): 199-212.

  119. Gaede, Frederick. "Military Prisoners in the Baltimore City Jail, 1864". Maryland Historical Magazine 89, no.4 (Winter 1994): 467-468.

  120. Gatell, Frank Otto. "Secretary Taney and the Baltimore Pets: A Study in Banking and Politics". Business History Review 39, no.2 (Summer 1965): 205-227.

  121. Gentry, Judy. "Confederates and Cotton in East Texas". East Texas Historical Journal 48, no.1 (Winter 2010): 20-39.

  122. Geschwind, Carl-Henry. "Gasoline Taxes and the Great Depression: A Comparative History". Journal of Policy History 26, no.4 (2014): 595-624.

  123. Geschwind, Carl-Henry. "The Federal Sales Tax That Was: American Miscellaneous Excise Taxes, 1940-1971". Journal of Policy History 29, no.3 (2017): 490-516.
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  124. Gibson, Wayne Dell. "Cherokee Treaty Party Moves West: The Bell-Deas Overland Journey, 1838-1839". Chronicles of Oklahoma 79, no.3 (Fall 2001): 314-335.

  125. Gische, David M. "The New York City Banks and the Development of the National Banking System, 1860-1870". American Journal of Legal History 23, no.1 (January 1979): 21-67.

  126. Goebel, Thomas. "The Uneven Rewards of Professional Labor: Wealth and Income in the Chicago Professions, 1870-1920". Journal of Social History 29, no.4 (Summer 1996): 749-777.

  127. Gonzales, Phillip B. and Virginia Sanchez. "Displaced in Place: Nuevomexicans on the Northern Side of the New Mexico-Colorado Boundary, 1850-1875". New Mexico Historical Review 93, no.3 (Summer 2018): 263-301.

  128. Gould, Lewis L. "A. S. Mercer and the Johnson County War: A Reappraisal". Arizona and the West 7, no.1 (Spring 1965): 5-20.

  129. Graebner, William. "Efficiency, Security, Community: The Origins of Civil Service Retirement". Prologue 12, no.3 (Fall 1980): 116-133.

  130. Graham, Paul K. "A Love Story Proved: The Life and Family of Laura Lavinia (Kelly) Combs of Atlanta and Augusta, Georgia". National Genealogical Society Quarterly 101, no.4 (December 2013): 245-266.

  131. Greenhut, Stephanie and Michael Hussey. "Draft of the U.S. Constitution (August 1787) and Schedule of the Compensation of the Senate of the United States (March 1791)". Social Education 75, no.1 (January/February 2011): 7-11.

  132. Greer, James L. "Historic Home Mortgage Redlining in Chicago". Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 107, no.2 (Summer 2014): 204-233.

  133. Grundset, Eric G. "Genealogical Research in Virginia". National Genealogical Society Quarterly 82, no.3 (September 1994): 179-206.

  134. Gustafson, Milton O. "Seward's Bargain: The Alaska Purchase from Russia". Prologue 26, no.4 (Winter 1994): 261-269.

  135. Guterman, Benjamin. "Doing 'Good Brave Work': Harriet Tubman's Testimony at Beaufort, South Carolina". Prologue 32, no.3 (Fall 2000): 154-165.

  136. Hamilton, Holman. "Texas Bonds and Northern Profits: A Study in Compromise, Investment, and Lobby Influence". Mississippi Valley Historical Review 43, no.4 (March 1957): 579-594.

  137. Hancock, Robert G., Jr. "Pestilence from the Sea and American Maritime Quarantine Policy". American Neptune 50, no.2 (Spring 1990): 94-106.

  138. Hargis, Peggy G. "For the Love of Place: Paternalism and Patronage in the Georgia Lowcountry, 1865-1898". Journal of Southern History 70, no.4 (November 2004): 825-864.

  139. Harris, Charles H., III and Louis R. Sadler. "The Plan of San Diego and the Mexican-United States War Crisis of 1916: A Reexamination". Hispanic American Historical Review 58, no.3 (August 1978): 381-408.

  140. Harrison, Noel G. "Atop an Anvil: The Civilians' War in Fairfax and Alexandria Counties, April 1861-April 1862". Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 106, no.2 (Spring 1998): 133-164.

  141. Hartley, Chris J. "Stoneman's 1865 Raid in Central North Carolina 'Driving Dixie Down'". Blue & Gray 26, no.6 (2010): 6-26.

  142. Hatton, Stephen B. "Determining Children from Underused Sources: Jacob and Catherine Fought of Cumberland County, Pennsylvania". National Genealogical Society Quarterly 93, no.1 (March 2005): 38-51.

  143. Haveman, Christopher D. "'With Great Difficulty and Labour': The Emigration of the McIntosh Party of Creek Indians, 1828-1828". Chronicles of Oklahoma 85, no.4 (Winter 2007-08): 468-490.

  144. Hawkins, Susan. "The African American Experience at Forts Henry, Heiman, and Donelson, 1862-1867". Tennessee Historical Quarterly 61, no.4 (Winter 2002): 223-241.

  145. Heisser, David C. "'Warrior Queen of Ocean': The Story of Charleston and Its Seal". South Carolina Historical Magazine 93, no.3 & 4 (July-October 1992): 167-195.

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

  147. Hellman, Susan and Maddy McCoy. "Soil Tilled by Free Men: The Formation of a Free Black Community in Fairfax County, Virginia". Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 125, no.1 (2017): 39-67.

  148. Herman, J. K. "Home of BUMED, a Hilltop in Foggy Bottom: Miasmatic and Other Influences". U. S. Navy Medicine 73, no.9 (September 1982): 22-29.

  149. Herman, J. K. "Home of BUMED, a Hilltop in Foggy Bottom: The Gillis Years". U. S. Navy Medicine 73, no.4 (April 1982): 19-24.

  150. Hickey, Donald R. "American Trade Restrictions during the War of 1812". Journal of American History 68, no.3 (December 1981): 517-538.

  151. Hieb, Louis A. "'The Flavor of Adventure Now Rare': H. C. Rizer's Account of James Stevenson's 1882 Bureau of Ethnology Expedition to Canyon de Chelly". Journal of Arizona History 46, no.3 (Autumn 2005): 205-248.

  152. Hill, Edward E. "The Tucson Agency: The Use of Indian Records in the National Archives". Prologue 4, no.2 (Summer 1972): 77-82.

  153. Hillier, Amy E. "Redlining and the Home Owners' Loan Corporation". Journal of Urban History 29, no.4 (May 2003): 394-420.

  154. Hine, William C. "Black Politicians in Charleston". Journal of Southern History 49, no.4 (November 1983): 555-584.

  155. Hogan, Michael J. "The United States and the Problem of International Economic Control: American Attitudes toward European Reconstruction, 1918-1920". Pacific Historical Review 44, no.1 (February 1975): 84-103.

  156. Hoksbergen, Benjamin J. "Bloucher Ford: The Rise and Fall of a Rural Hub in Madison County, Alabama". Alabama Review 75, no.2 (April 2022): 95-137.

  157. Hollander, Craig B. "'The Citizen Complains': Federal Compensation for Property Lost in the War of 1812". Law and History Review 38, no.4 (November 2020): 659-698.

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