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Summer-Autumn 2002 Contents

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Visions of America, 1787–1788: The Ohio of Reverend Manasseh Cutler
by Louis W. Potts
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The Political Judge: Justice John McLean’s Pursuit of the Presidency
by Thomas E. Carney
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Poor Men But Hard-Working Fathers: The Cincinnati Orphan Asylum and Parental Roles in the Nineteenth-Century Working Class
by M. Christine Anderson and Nancy E. Bertaux
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From New Womanhood to Companionate Marriage in the Progressive Era: The Case of Frances Cochran MacDaniels
by Douglas Slaybaugh
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Frank L. Byrne: A Gifted Civil War Historian
by Leonne M. Hudson
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200 — The 2003 Ohio Academy of History Spring Meeting

The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission 2003-2004 Scholars in Residence Program

201 — The ABC-CLIO America: History and Life Award


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202 — Cayton, Andrew R. L. and Susan E. Gray, editors,The American Midwest: Essays on Regional History. Reviewed by Terry A. Barnhart.

204 — Baldwin, Neil, Henry Ford and the Jews: the Mass Production of Hate. Reviewed by Terry A. Cooney.

206 — Korman, Richard, The Goodyear Story: An Inventor’s Obsession
and the Struggle for a Rubber Monopoly
. Reviewed by K. Austin Kerr.

208 —Goldfield, David. Still Fighting the Civil War: The American
South and Southern History
. Reviewed by Brian R. Dirck.

209 — Remini, Robert V., Andrew Jackson and His Indian Wars. Reviewed by Alfred A. Cave.

211 — Blight, David W., Race and Reunion: The Civil War in American Memory. Reviewed by Christopher Phillips.

212 — Noe, Kenneth W., Perryville: This Grand Havoc of Battle. Reviewed by Maj. Charles Bowery

214 — Sparks, Elder John, The Roots of Appalachian Christianity: The Life & Legacy of Elder Shubal Stearns. Reviewed by James S. Baugess.

216 — Burton, David H.,editor, The Collected Works of William Howard
Taft,Volume II, Political Issues and Outlooks: Speeches Delivered Between August 1908 and February 1909. Reviewed by Clarence E. Wunderlin, Jr.

217 — Holloway, Jonathan Scott, Confronting the Veil: Abram Harris, Jr., E. Franklin Frazier, and Ralph Bunche, 1919-1941. Reviewed by Abel A. Bartley.

219 — Livingston, Jeffrey C., Swallowed by Globalism: John M. Vorys and American Foreign Policy. Reviewed by John T. McNay.

221 — Hixson, Walter L., Murder, Culture, and Injustice: Four Senstaional Cases in American History. Reviewed by Kenneth J. Bindas.

222 — Carter, George E., editor, The Story of Joshua D. Breyfogle, Private, 4th Ohio Infantry (10th Ohio Cavalry) and the Civil War. Reviewed by Robert Patrick Bender.

224 — Robinson, Greg, By Order of the President: FDR and the Internment of Japanese Americans. Reviewed by Allan W. Austin.

225 — Stephenson, Darl L., Headquarters in the Brush: Blazer’s Independent Union Scouts. Reviewed by Damon R. Eubank.

227 — Kusmer, Kenneth L., Down and Out, On the Road: The Homeless in American History. Reviewed by Robert H. Bremner.


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Grant L. Douglass, President
Nancy S. Dix, Vice President
Elaine H. Hairston, Vice President
Robert H. Jeffrey, Treasurer
Shirley T. Duncan, Secretary


Marnie C. Black, Cincinnati
Joyce E. Brown, Urbana
Nancy S. Dix, Hebron
Grant L. Douglass, Columbus
Shirley T. Duncan, Columbus
Patricia S. Eldredge, Hudson
Elaine H. Hairston, Pataskala
Thomas E. Huenefeld, Cincinnati
Robert H. Jeffrey, Columbus
Alan S. Katchen, Columbus
George P. Kulchytsky, Parma
John J. Kulewicz, Columbus
John D. Lee, Columbus
Ann K. Lowder, Columbus
Charles B. Nuckolls, Jr., Cincinnati
Lucy McKewen Porter, Bexley
Ralph E. Ramey, Westerville
Roy L. Ray, Cleveland
Richard Sisson, Columbus
Marian J. Vance, Delaware
Marilyn Van Voorhis Wendler, Maumee

Ex Officio

Bob Taft, Governor of Ohio
Richard H. Finan, President, Ohio Senate
Greg L. DiDonato, Minority Leader, Ohio Senate
Larry Householder, Speaker, Ohio House of Representatives
Dean E. DePiero, Minority Leader, Ohio House of Representatives
Susan Tave Zelman, Superintendent of Public Instruction
Roderick G. W. Chu, Chancellor, Ohio Board of Regents
Bill Lawson, President, Ohio Association of Historical Societies and Museums
William D. Jenkins, President, Ohio Academy of History
William D. Hummon, President, Ohio Academy of Science
Robert F. Goldberg, Chairman, Ohio Historical Society Development Council
Louis Mitchell, Chairman, Ohio Historical Society Foundation
Bruce E. Johnson, Director, Ohio Department of Development


John J. Chester, Columbus
Robert F. Ebinger, Columbus
Rex E. Haecker, Circleville
George W. Knepper, Munroe Falls
Dixie S. Miller, Bexley
Phillip R. Shriver, Oxford
Robert Burns Smith, Columbus


Robert L. Daugherty, Editor
Patricia Walsh, Publications Production Editor


Randall Buchman, Defiance College
Frank L. Byrne, Kent State University
George W. Knepper, University of Akron
Robert M. Mennel, University of New Hampshire
Zane Miller, University of Cincinnati
Marian J. Morton, John Carroll University
Larry L. Nelson, Ohio Historical Society, Fort Meigs
Harry Scheiber, University of California, Berkeley
Mary Young, University of Rochester


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