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The Municipal Bond Cases Revisited. Buccola, Allison R.; Buccola, Vincent S.J. Dec 22, 2020 18412
THE HISTORICAL ORIGINS OF JUDICIAL RELIGIOUS EXEMPTIONS. Barclay, Stephanie H. Nov 1, 2020 37136
IS THE FEDERAL RESERVE CONSTITUTIONAL? AN ORIGINALIST ARGUMENT FOR INDEPENDENT AGENCIES. Chabot, Chrisine Kexel Nov 1, 2020 26245
UNITED/STATES: A REVOLUTIONARY HISTORY OF AMERICAN STATEHOOD. Green, Craig Oct 1, 2020 31505
Expounding the Constitution. Peterson, Farah Oct 1, 2020 36569
HISTORY, TEXT, TRADITION, AND THE FUTURE OF SECOND AMENDMENT JURISPRUDENCE: LIMITS ON ARMED TRAVEL UNDER ANGLO-AMERICAN LAW, 1688-1868. Cornell, Saul Jun 22, 2020 12754
Three Keys to the Original Meaning Of the Privileges or Immunities Clause. Barnett, Randy E. Jan 1, 2020 4361
GLORIOUS REVOLUTION TO AMERICAN REVOLUTION: THE ENGLISH ORIGIN OF THE RIGHT TO KEEP AND BEAR ARMS. O'Scannlain, Diarmuid F. Nov 1, 2019 7268
Empire States: The Coming of Dual Federalism. Ablavsky, Gregory May 1, 2019 32896
The Forgotten History of Metes and Bounds. Brady, Maureen E. Feb 1, 2019 37395
THE DEPRAVITY OF THE 1930S AND THE MODERN ADMINISTRATIVE STATE. Calabresi, Steven G.; Lawson, Gary Dec 1, 2018 24059
OF FOXES AND HEN HOUSES: LEGISLATED RIGHTS AND AMERICAN FOUNDING ERA THOUGHT ABOUT LEGISLATIVE AUTHORITY TO DEFINE THE SCOPE OF FUNDAMENTAL RIGHTS. Olree, Andy G. Sep 22, 2018 22182
Avoiding difficult history. Brief article Apr 1, 2018 296
AMERICAN LAW, SLAVES, AND FREEDMEN 1619-1860. Littlejohn, Edward J. Mar 22, 2018 8050
SLAVES, LAWS, AND COURTS IN EARLY DETROIT AND MICHIGAN 1701-1835. Littlejohn, Edward J. Mar 22, 2018 9493
FROM STATEHOOD TO RECONSTRUCTION: NO LONGER SLAVES, NOT YET CITIZENS. Littlejohn, Edward J. Mar 22, 2018 8560
BEING SEEN LIKE A STATE: HOW AMERICANS (AND BRITONS) BUILT THE CONSTITUTIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE OF A DEVELOPING NATION. Hulsebosch, Daniel J. Mar 1, 2018 32783
THE ORIGIN OF DISPUTED ELECTIONS: CASE STUDIES OF EARLY AMERICAN CONTESTED CONGRESSIONAL ELECTIONS. Wright, Sean J. Dec 22, 2017 15850
LOYAL DENOMINATORISM AND THE FOURTEENTH AMENDMENT: NORMATIVE DEFENSE AND IMPLICATIONS. Green, Christopher R. Sep 22, 2017 18977
The Americanization of Queen Victoria. Arnstein, Walter L. Dec 22, 2010 6563
Six feet under: Civil War relic hunters forge a unique partnership with the Park Service to unearth our nation's history. Gilsdorf, Ethan Sep 22, 2009 2605
Jigsaw puzzles, mosaics, and civil war battle narratives. Noe, Kenneth W. Sep 1, 2007 3209
The battlefield and beyond. Rable, George Sep 1, 2007 3229
Writing battle history: the challenge of memory. Reardon, Carol Sep 1, 2007 5010
Killing the serpent speedily: Governor Morton, General Hascall, and the suppression of the democratic press in Indiana, 1863. Towne, Stephen E. Mar 1, 2006 11548
A Marshall Plan for the South? The failure of republican and democratic ideology during reconstruction. Richardson, Heather Cox Dec 1, 2005 4487
The use of military force to protect the gains of reconstruction. Blair, William Dec 1, 2005 6063
An alternative to the tragic era: applying the virtues of bureaucracy to the reconstruction dilemma. Huston, James L. Dec 1, 2005 5216
Imagining a different reconstruction constitution. Vorenberg, Michael Dec 1, 2005 4506
The missing catalyst: in response to essays on reconstructions that might have been. Engs, Robert F. Dec 1, 2005 2006
Reconstruction as it should have been: an exercise in counterfactual history. Huston, James L. Dec 1, 2005 2535
Reconstructing reconstruction: options and limitations to federal policies on land distribution in 1866-67. Ransom, Roger L. Dec 1, 2005 6239
Before New England: the Popham Colony: Richard L. Pflederer visits the site of the first short-lived English colony in Maine set up in competition with Jamestown in Virginia, and considers a remarkable map of it drawn by one of the colonists. Pflederer, Richard L. Jan 1, 2005 3301
Birth of Alexander Hamilton: January 11th, 1755. Cavendish, Richard Jan 1, 2005 482
Rethinking the secession of the Lower South: the clash of two groups. Egnal, Marc Sep 1, 2004 12991
When Captain Cook met Kalanikoa. Link, Matthew May 1, 2004 2549
Hubbell prize. Dec 1, 2003 304
Imagining "a great manufacturing empire": Virginia and the possibilities of a confederate tariff. Carlander, Jay; Majewski, John Dec 1, 2003 9335
The minister, the martyr, and the maxim: Robert Lewis Dabney and Stonewall Jackson biography. Hettle, Wallace Dec 1, 2003 8718
John E. Wool and the New York City draft riots of 1863: a reassessment. Hauptman, Laurence M. Dec 1, 2003 7807
Awards and Prizes. Dec 1, 2003 479
Internet Resorces. Brief Article Dec 1, 2003 254
Representation without taxation: the colonial roots of American taxation, 1700-1754. Rabushka, Alvin Dec 1, 2003 7039
The patriot war of 1837-1838: locofocoism with a gun? Bonthius, Andrew Sep 22, 2003 18039
History. (Abstracts-2003 Annual Meetings). Mar 22, 2003 1346
Q&A about slavery in the United States: see if you can find the answers to the four questions below by searching in books in the library. A few sources are cited below, but many other books on slavery will contain the answers. Brief Article Jan 1, 2002 439
The making of the domestic occasion: the history of Thanksgiving in the United States. Pleck, Elizabeth Jun 22, 1999 8496

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