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Fri Mar 21 17:05:12 2014 UTClccn-n790635830.00Bibliography of [its] papers and reports0.511.00An Historical statement concerning the American historical review129676962n 79063583296527A.H.AA.H.A. (i.e. American Historical Association)AHAAHA AbkuerzungAHA (i.e. American Historical Association)AHA (Washington, D.C.)American history associationHistorical AssociationHistorical Association United StatesWashington (D.C.) American Historical Associationlccn-n80094217Royal Historical Society (Great Britain)edtlccn-n78097057National Council for the Social Studieslccn-n80028592Foner, Ericedtlccn-no93034007Bourne, Henry Eldridge1862-1946edtlccn-n50028990Jameson, J. 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To what extent have quantitative methods and computer technology affected the writing of history? Has descriptive history been supplanted by analytical history? What constitutes adequate historical explanation? These are just a few of the questions addresed in "The Past Before Us." The contributors, twenty-one distinguished historians, discuss the state of their profession today and describe their interests, activities, and problems. Reflecting new and exciting trends in historical research, their essays, taken together, provide a searching assessment of the major advances in historical methods as well as in historical knowledge during the 1970s" -- Book Jacket148123ocn000556092book19160.37American Historical AssociationGuide to historical literatureHistoryBibliography144621ocn000137438book19280.59Davies, GodfreyBibliography of British historyHistoryBibliography140120ocn000268075book19330.59Read, ConyersBibliography of British history, Tudor period, 1485-1603HistoryBibliography118319ocn001623838serial0.56The Social studiesPeriodicalsIncludes section "Books on history and government published in the United States," and other bibliographical material10693ocn000193339book19690.47Belz, HermanReconstructing the Union; theory and policy during the Civil WarHistory101731ocn001770230serial0.56American Historical AssociationWritings on American historyHistoryPeriodicalsBibliography99118ocn006411263book19330.59Sydnor, Charles SSlavery in MississippiHistory"Slavery in Mississippi, first published in 1933, is a deeply researched and tightly argued social and economic study of slave life in Mississippi by Charles S. Sydnor (1898-1954). Inspired by Ulrich B. Phillips's American Negro Slavery (1918) and Life and Labor in the Old South (1929), Sydnor strived to test Phillips's contention that slavery was simultaneously a benign institution for African American slaves and an unprofitable one for their masters. Sydnor included path-breaking chapters on such broad scholarly topics as slave labor, slave trading, and the profitability of slavery, but he also examined in depth slave clothing, food, shelter, physical and social care, police control, slave fugitives, and punishments and rewards. More thorough than many previous historians, Sydnor examined how slavery "worked" as a social and economic system--how slaves actually lived, how planters bought, cared for, controlled, hired out, and sold their human property. Historian John David Smith's new introduction to this Southern Classic edition frames the original text within the scholarship on slavery in the interwar years, presents its arguments, chronicles its reception by white and black critics, and highlights the ongoing debates about slavery, especially on the profitability of slavery and the conditions of slave life sparked by Sydnor's influential book"--9535ocn002606571book19760.56Hanham, H. JBibliography of British historyHistoryBibliography95012ocn002150432book19380.70Read, ConyersThe Constitution reconsideredHistory90710ocn000167367book19670.59Fox, Daniel MThe discovery of abundance: Simon N. 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Also provides links to tables of contents and abstracts for American historical review and the full text of the most current issue of Perspectives online71ocn015019663book19371.00American Historical AssociationThe constitution of the United States : its background, its content, its repercussions in Europe and elsewhere, the program of the Fifty-second Annual Meeting, December 29-13, 1937 of The American Historical Association73ocn003211277book19650.92Kinzie, Glenn LeroyHistorians and the social studies : a history and interpretation of the activities of the American Historical Association in the secondary school social studies, 1884-196462ocn827740783serial0.81American Historical AssociationProgram of the ... annual meetingHistoryPeriodicalsConference proceedings21ocn433669354serial0.47American Historical AssociationAnnual report of the American Historical Association for the year [...]HistoryPeriodicals21ocn080437516book19371.00American Historical AssociationThe Constitution of the United States : its background, its content, its repercussions in Europe and elsewhere : the program of the fifty-second annual meeting, December 29-31, 1937 of the American Historical Association11ocn036513695book19361.00American Historical AssociationFifty-first annual meeting, Providence, Rhode Island, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, December 29, 30, 31, 1936 : [program]11ocn851889880book1892American Historical AssociationBibliography of [its] papers and reportsBibliography01ocn439596536comAmerican Historical Association the professional association for all historiansWelcome to the official online resource of the American Historical Association, a nonprofit membership organization dedicated to collecting and preserving historical documents and artifacts, and to disseminating historical research. 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