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MHR Volume 11 Available

The 2009 volume of the Massachusetts Historical Review is now available. You can order a copy here.

The volume's contents:

- Jason M. Colby, Race, Empire, and New England Capital in the Caribbean, 1890-1930
- J. Patrick Mullins, "A Kind of War, Tho' Hitherto an Un-Bloody One": Jonathan Mayhew, Francis Bernard, and the Indian Affair
- Neil Longley York, Rival Truths, Political Accommodation, and the Boston "Massacre"
- Stephen Kantrowitz, A Place for "Colored Patriots": Crispus Attucks among the Abolitionists, 1842-1863
- Robert J. Robertson, Louisa Catherine Adams Kuhn: Florentine Adventures, 1859-1860

Notes & Documents

- M. X. Lesser, A Transcendentalist Conversion Narrative

Review Essay
- Elizabeth R. Varon, The Afterlife of Abolition

permalink | Published: Wednesday, 28 October, 2009, 10:00 AM


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