Number 4 (December 1971)

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Civil War History, Volume 7, Number 4 (December 1971)

Civil War History, Volume 7, Number 4 (December 1971)

96 Pages

Page 293

Peaceful Hopes and Violent Experiences: The Evolution of Radical and Reforming Abolitionism, 1831-1837

by James Brewer Stewart

Page 310

“The Father of Black Nationalism”: Another Contender

by Floyd J. Miller

Page 320

Not Quite Men: The Free Negroes in Delaware in the 1830’s

by Harold B. Hancock

Page 332

Turner’s Frontier Thesis and the Modern American Empire: A Review Essay

by Lloyd E. Ambrosius

Page 340

Book Reviews

Page 367

Book Notes

Page 369

Index


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