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Table of Contents: Volume 32:3 (Fall 2012)


Women on the Edge: Life at Street Level in the Early Republic
Gloria L. Main

Poor Women and the Boston Almshouse in the Early Republic
Ruth Wallis Herndon

Women and Work in the Philadelphia Almshouse, 1790–1840
Monique Bourque

Survival Strategies of Poor White Women in Savannah, 1800–1860
Tim Lockley

“Driven to the Commission of This Crime”: Women and Infanticide inBaltimore, 1835–1860
Katie M. Hemphill

Poor Mothers, Stepmothers, and Foster Mothers in Early Republic andAntebellum Charleston
John E. Murray

Rethinking the Politics of Slavery, 1776–1836
A review of Contesting Slavery: The Politics of Bondage and Freedom in the
New Nation, eds. John Craig Hammond and Mathew Mason
by James Brewer Stewart

Young and Nobles, Whose American Revolution Was It?Historians Interpret the Founding
Reviewed by Eric Hinderaker

Drake, The Nation’s Nature: How Continental Presumptions Gave Rise to the  United States of America
Martin Bruckner

Jasanoff, Liberty’s Exiles: American Loyalists in the Revolutionary World
Liam Riordan

Valsania, The Limits of Optimism:Thomas Jefferson’s Dualistic Enlightenment
Kevin J. Hayes

McInnis and Nelson, eds., Shaping the Body Politic:Art and Political Formation in Early America
Megan Walsh

Murphy, Jonathan Fisher of Blue Hill, Maine: Commerce, Culture, and Community on the Eastern Frontier
Susan Rather

Jessee, Ashurst-McGee, and Jensen, eds., The Joseph SmithPapers, Journals, Vol. 1: 1832–1839; Jensen, Woodford, and Harper, eds., The Joseph Smith Papers: Revelations and Translations, Vol. 1: Manuscript Revelation Books; Jessee, Esplin, and Bushman, eds., The Joseph Smith Papers: Revelations and Translations: Manuscript Revelation Books (Facsimile Edition); Jensen, Turley, Jr., and Lorimer, eds., The Joseph Smith Papers: Revelations and Translations, Vol. 2: Published Revelations
Ruth Alden Doan

Givens and Grow, Parley P. Pratt:The Apostle Paul of Mormonism
Jonathan B Crider

Lewis, A Democracy of Facts: Natural History in the Early Republic
Gordon M. Sayre

Hudson, Creek Paths and Federal Roads: Indians, Settlers, and Slaves and  the Making of the American South
J . M. Opal

Delfino, Gillespie, and Kyriakoudes, eds., Southern Society and Its Transformations, 1790–1860
Ami Pflugrad-Jackisch

Schermerhorn, Money over Mastery, Family over Freedom:Slavery in the Antebellum Upper South
Frank Towers

Koeppel, Bond of Union: Building the Erie Canal and the American Empire
John Lauritz Larson

Kennedy, Born Southern: Childbirth, Motherhood, and Social Networks in the Old South
Rebecca Sharpless

Pearson, Remaking Custom: Law and Identity in the Early American Republic
Daniel Kilbride

Buss, Winning the West with Words: Language and Conquest in the Lower Great Lakes
Edward Watts

Jung, The Black Hawk War of 1832
Andrew K. Frank

Abruzzo, Polemical Pain: Slavery, Cruelty, and the Rise of Humanitarianism
Amanda B. Moniz

Johnson, Gibbons v. Ogden: John Marshall, Steamboats, and the Commerce Clause
Sandra F. VanBurkleo

Johnson, The Liberty Party, 1840–1848:Antislavery Third-Party Politics in the United States
John W. Quist

Honeck, We Are the Revolutionists: German-Speaking Immigrants and American Abolitionists After 1848
David T. Gleeson

Roberts, A Place in History: Albany in the Age of the Revolution, 1775–1825
Ruma Chopra