TOC for THE JOURNAL OF THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Vol. III, No. 1 (Winter 2003)
TABLE OF CONTENTS for THE JOURNAL OF THE HISTORICAL SOCIETY, Vol. III, No. 1(Winter 2003)
The full text of the editor's Introduction as well as excerpts from the essays can be accessed on-line, or visit www.bu.edu/historic and follow the links to the Winter 2003 issue of the Journal of the Historical Society.
Editor's Introduction by Elizabeth Fox-Genovese, "Modern Revolutions: The Significance of Beliefs and Ideas"
William Kolbrener, "The Charge of Socinianism: Charles Leslie's High Church Defense of 'True Religion'"
Robert Holden, "The Perversion and Redemption of Latin American Political History'"
Barry Hadfield Rodrigue, " An Album in the Attic: The Forgotten Frontier of the Quebec-Maine Borderlands during the Revolutionary War"
Dennis Martin, "Speaking of Books: Christian Marriage"
Mark M. Smith, "Speaking of Books: Homesteads Ungovernable"
Barry Strauss, "Speaking of Books: A War to Be Won"
E. Brooks Holifield, "America's God"
David Allan, "Some Methods and Problems in the History of Reading: Georgian England and the Scottish Enlightenment"
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