Hyman Collection – File Box 10 – Post-Reconstruction Era



Bellows, Donald. “A Study of British Conservative Reaction to the American Civil War.” Journal of Southern History 51 (November 1985): 505-26.

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Downey, Matthew T. Notes on his The Rebirth of Reform: a Study of Liberal Reform Movements, 1865-1872 (unpublished doctoral dissertation, Princeton University, 1963) (typescript).

Gerber, Richard Allan. “The Liberal Republicans of 1872 in graphical Perspective.” Journal of American History 57 (June 1975): 40-73.

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Stearns, Frank. Excerpt from his True Republican (?) (one piece).

Sumner, Charles. “Equal Rights vs. The Presidential Policy in Reconstruction” (letter to the New York Independent 20 October 1865).

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Excerpts from November 10 and 17, 1866 articles in Boston Commonwealth (two pieces).

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Broom, W.W. Excerpts from his Great and Grave Questions for American Politicians, with a Topic for America’s Statesmen (NY: 1865).

Burnett, Peter H. Notes on his The American Theory of Government, Considered with Reference to the Present Crisis, second edition (NY: Appleton and Co., 1863); coupled with review of same from Brownson’s Quarterly Review 4 (April 1863): 243-49.

Dix, William Giles. A National Constitution the Only Road to National Peace. A Letter to the President of the United States (Boston: Estes and Lauriat, 1875) (pamphlet).

Jenkins, Howard M. Our Democratic Republic: Its Forms, Its Faults, Its Strengths, Its Need. Three Articles on the Suffrage Question (Wilmington: Jenkins and Atkinson, 1868) (pamphlet).

Radical Reconstruction on the Basis of One Sovereign Republic, with Dependent States and Territories, Uniformly Constituted Throughout the Public Domain, and with the Corruptions of Party Politics Abolished, Being an Address Delivered at an Interior Town in Nevada, and Printed by Request as An Appeal to All Americans for New Nationality with the South and Russian America, Looking Also to Union with Mexico and Canada (Sacramento: Russell and Winterburn, Printers, 1867) (pamphlet).

Waller, Altina. “Community, Class and Race in the Memphis Riot of 1866.” Journal of Social History 18 (Winter 1984): 233-46.

Wedgewood, William B. Excerpts from his The Reconstruction of the United States (NY: Tingley, 1861).

Wiegand, Conrad. “The Reorganized Republic.” The Radical 8 (July 1871): 417-27.

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De Santis, Vincent P. “The Republican Party and the Southern Negro, 1877-1897.” Journal of Negro History45 (April 1960): 71-86.

Hesseltine, William B. “Economic Factors in the Abandonment of Reconstruction.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 22 (September 1935): 191-210

Riddleberger, Patrick W. “The Radicals’ Abandonment of the Negro During Reconstruction.” Journal of Negro History 45 (April 1960): 88-102.

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Crouch, Barry A. “A Spirit of Lawlessness: White Violence; Texas Blacks, 1865-1868.” Journal of Social History 18 (Winter 1984): 217-32.

Fishel, Leslie H. “Repercussions of Reconstruction: The Northern Negro, 1870-1883.” Civil War History 14 (December 1968): 325-45.

Johnson, Guion Griffis. “The Ideology of White Supremacy, 1876-1910.” Essays in Southern History 31 (University of North Carolina Press, 1949): 125-56.

Lowenthal, David. “Post-Emancipation Race Relations: Some Caribbean and American Perspectives” (paper presented before the SHA, 1970) (typescript).

Speed, James. Letter to Francis Lieber, 20 November 1866 (typescript).

Thorpe, Francis Newton. Excerpts from his introduction to Peter Joseph Hamilton, The Reconstruction Period (Philadelphia: Barrie, 1905).

Voegeli, Jacque. “The Northwest and the Race Issue.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 50 (September 1963): 235-51.

Ware, John F.W. Excerpts from his An Oration Before the City Authorities of Boston on the 4th of July, 1873 (Boston, 1873) (pamphlet).

Wilcox, Andrew J. Excerpts from his A Remedy for the Defects of the Constitution (Baltimore, 1862) (pamphlet).

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Fuke, Richard Paul. “Hugh Lennox Bond and Radical Republican Ideology.” Journal of Southern History 45 (November 1979): 569-86.

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Ellem, Warren A. “Who Were the Mississippi Scalawags?” Journal of Southern History 38 (May 1972): 217-40.

Folmar, J. Kent. Paper on Reconstruction (paper presented before the AHA, 1978) (typescript).

Hollingsworth, Harold M. “George Andrews–Carpetbagger.” Tennessee Historical Quarterly 28 (February 1969):310-23.

Hume, Richard. “Scalawags and the Beginnings of Congressional Reconstruction in the South” (paper presented before the AHA, 1978) (typescript).

Olsen, Otto H. “Reconsidering the Scalawags.” Civil War History 12 (December 1966): 304-20.

Trelease, Allen W. “Who Were the Scalawags?” Journal of Southern History 29 (November 1963): 445-68.

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Ames, Herman V. “Proposed Amendments to the Constitution of the United States During the First Century of Its History.” Annual Report for the Year 1896, volume 2 (American Historical Association, 1896): 22-235.

Kettner, James H. “The Development of American Citizenship in the Revolutionary Era: the Idea of Volitional Allegiance.” American Journal of Legal History 28 (July 1974): 208-42.

Sumner, Charles. Excerpts from remarks in the Senate on a Joint Resolution authorizing surveys for the reconstruction of the levees of the Mississippi, March 29, 1867.

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Avins, Alfred. “Freedom of Choice in Personal Service Occupations: Thirteenth Amendment Limitations on Antidiscrimination Legislation.” Cornell Law Quarterly 49 (Winter 1964): 228-56.

Bradley, Joseph P. “The Constitutional Amendment.” In William Draper Lewis, ed., Miscellaneous Writings of Joseph P. Bradley (New York, 1902): 151-63.

Campbell, A.W. Letter to the governor of West Virginia, 16 June 1865.

Dumond, Dwight L. “Emancipation: History’s Fantastic Reverie.” Journal of Negro History 49 (January 1964): 1-12.

Kaczorowski, Robert J. “The Enforcement Provisions of the Civil Rights Act of 1866: a Legislative History in Light of Runyon v. McCrary.” Yale Law Journal 98 (January 1989): 565-95.

Russell, Henry Everett. “The Constitutional Amendment.” Continental Monthly 6 (September 1864): 315-25.

Staudenraus, P.J. “Origins of the Thirteenth Amendment” (paper presented before the MVHA, 1964) (typescript).

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Amar, Akhil Reed. “The Bill of Rights and the Fourteenth Amendment.” Yale Law Journal 101 (1992): 1193-1284.

Hyman, Harold M. “The Meaning of Due Process, 1865-1930” (unpublished book chapter, n.d.) (typescript).

Maltz, Earl A. “The Concept of Equal Protection of the Laws: a Historical Inquiry.” San Diego Law Review 22 (May-June 1985): 499-540.

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“Act to Enforce the Provisions of the XIVth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States, and for Other Purposes.” Journal of Social Science 4 (1871): 199-201.

“The Fourteenth Amendment and the Public Schools.” Central Law Journal 1 (23 April 1874): 199.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments (twenty-nine pieces).

“A New Political Problem.” The Nation 2 (8 December 1870): 382-3.

Parker, Alton B. “Judge Parker on the Fourteenth Amendment.” The Nation 77 (6 July 1903): 44.

“What the South Needs First.” The Nation (18 January 1866): 70.

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments (thirty-three pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments (two pieces).

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Notes on 14th Amendment (one piece).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments (five pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments (six pieces).

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Ex parte Yarbrough (110 U.S. 651).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments (six pieces).

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“What Constitutes Vagrancy in the South.” The Freed-Man (1 February 1867): 105.

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Swain, D.L. Letter to Governor Perry of South Carolina, 19 November 1866 (typescript).

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Kettner, James H. “Epilogue.” The Development of American Citizenship, 1608-1870 (Chapel Hill, NC: University of North Carolina Press, 1978).

Welles, Gideon. Photocopy of holograph statement on central government, 1867.

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Avins, Alfred. “The Fourteenth Amendment and Jury Discrimination: the Original Understanding.” Federal Bar Journal 27 (1967): 257-90.

Berger, Raoul. “The Fourteenth Amendment: Light From the Fifteenth.” Northwestern University Law Review 74 (October 1979): 311-71.

Berger, Raoul. “Soifer to the Rescue of History.” South Carolina Law Review 32 (1981): 427-69.

Bickel, Alexander M. “The Original Understanding and the Segregation Decision.” Harvard Law Review 69 (November 1955): 1-65.

Boudin, Louis B. “Truth and Fiction About the Fourteenth Amendment.” New York University Law Quarterly Review 16 (November 1968): 19-82.

Brennan, William J. “The Supreme Court and the Meiklejohn Interpretation of the First Amendment.” Harvard Law Review79 (November 1965): 1-20.

Collins, Charles W. “The Fourteenth Amendment and the Negro Race Question.” American Law Review 45 (1911): 830-56.

Corwin, Edward S. “The Basic Doctrine of American Constitutional Law.” Michigan Law Review 12 (February 1914): 249-76.

Corwin, Edward S. “The ‘Higher Law’ Background of American Constitutional Law.” Harvard Law Review 42 (December 1928): 149-85; part 3, pp. 365-408.

Curtis, George Ticknor. “The Effect of the Fourteenth Amendment.” The Round Table 188 (29 August 1868): 136-37.

Curtis, Michael Kent. “The Bill of Rights as a Limitation on State Authority: a Reply to Professor Berger.” Wake Forest Law Review 16 (February 1980): 45-101.

Curtis, Michael Kent. “Further Adventures of the Nine Lived Cat: a Response to Mr. Berger on Incorporation of the Bill of Rights.” Ohio State Law Journal 43 (1982): 89-124.

Estreicher, Samuel. “Judicial Nullification: Guido Calabresi’s Uncommon Common Law for a Statutory Age.” New York University Law Review 57 (December 1982): 1126-73.

Field, Stephen J. Miscellaneous judicial decisions (three pieces).

Foner, Eric. “Rights and the Constitution in Black Life During the Civil War and Reconstruction.” Journal of American History 74 (December 1987): 863-83.

Graham, Howard Jay. “The ‘Conspiracy Theory’ of the Fourteenth Amendment.” Yale Law Journal 47 (1938): 371-403.

Hunting, Warren B. “The Constitutionality of Race Distinctions and the Baltimore Negro Segregation Ordinance.” Columbia Law Review 11 (January 1911): 24-35.

Hyman, J.D. “Segregation and the Fourteenth Amendment.” Vanderbilt Law Review 4 (1951): 555-73.

Kelly, Alfred H. “The Fourteenth Amendment Reconsidered.” Michigan Law Review 54 (June 1956): 1048-86.

Kousser, J. Morgan. “Separate but not Equal: the Supreme Court’s First Decision on Racial Discrimination in Schools.” Journal of Southern History 46 (February 1980): 17-44.

Lucie, Patricia Allan. “White Rights as a Model for Black: or, Who’s Afraid of the Privileges or Immunities Clause?” Syracuse Law Review 38 (1987): 859-77.

Maltz, Earl M. “The Fourteenth Amendment as Political Compromise: Section One in the Joint Committee on Reconstruction.” Ohio State Law Journal 45 (1984): 933-80.

Maltz, Earl M. “‘Separate But Equal’ and the Law of Common Carriers in the Era of the Fourteenth Amendment.” Rutgers Law Journal 17 (Spring-Summer 1986): 553-68.

McLaughlin, Andrew C. “The Court, the Corporation, and Conkling.” American Historical Review 46 (October 1940): 45-63.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on 13th, 14th, and 15th Amendments (nine pieces).

Murphy, Edgar Gardner. “Shall the Fourteenth Amendment Be Enforced?” North American Review 180 (January 1905): 109-33.

Murphy, Walter F. “Constitutional Interpretation: the Art of the Historian, Magician, or Statesman?” Yale Law Journal 87 (July 1978): 1752-71.

Nelson, William E. “The Fourteenth Amendment” (paper presented before the AHA, 1991) (typescript).

Perry, Michael J. “Modern Equal Protection: a Conceptualization and Appraisal.” Columbia Law Review 79 (October 1979): 1024-84.

Scott, John Anthony. “Justice Bradley’s Evolving Concept of the Fourteenth Amendment from the Slaughterhouse Cases to the Civil Rights Cases.” Rutgers Law Review 25 (Summer 1971): 552-69.

S., . “Protecting Civil Rights: a Critique of Raoul Berger’s History.” New York University Law Review 54 (June 1979): 651-706.

Van Alstyne, William. “Rites of Passage: Race, the Supreme Court, and the Constitution.” University of Chicago Law Review 46 (Summer 1979): 775-810.

Winter, Ralph K. “Poverty, Economic Equality, and the Equal Protection Clause.” Supreme Court Review (1972): 41-43.

Yudof, Mark G. “Equal Protection, Class Legislation, and Sex Discrimination: One Small Cheer for Mr. Herbert Spencer’s Social Statics.Michigan Law Review 88 (May 1990): 1366-1408.

Zuckerman, George David. “A Consideration of the History and Present Status of Section 2 of the Fourteenth Amendment.” Fordham Law Review 30 (1961): 93-136.

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Gorham, George Congdon. Letter to F. A. Sawyer, 2 April 1870.

Gorham, George Congdon. “The Neagle Decision of Judge Sawyer.” Rpt. from New York Sun, 16 October 1889.

Gorham, George Congdon. “The Weak Spot in the Union Lines.” Rpt. from Marysville (CA) Appeal, 2 September 1865.

Helbronner, Horace. Judicial Power in the United States: Its Organization and Its Attributes (Paris: A. Parent, 1872) (pamphlet).

Smith, Goldwin. A Letter to a Whig Member of the Southern Independence Association (Boston: Ticknor and Fields, 1864) (pamphlet).

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Smith, Douglas G. “Fundamental Rights and the Fourteenth Amendment: The Nineteenth Century Understanding of ‘Higher Law’.” Texas Review of Law and Politics 3 (Spring 1999): 191-275.

Wildenthal, Bryan H. “The Lost Compromise: A Reassessment of the 19th Century Debate on Incorporation of the Bill of Rights in the Fourteenth Amendment.” Ohio State law Journal 61 (2000): 1-149.

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Farber, Daniel A., and John E. Muench. “The Ideological Origins of the Fourteenth Amendment.” Constitutional Commentary 1 (1984): 235-79.

Lurie, Jonathan. “The Fourteenth Amendment: Use and Application in Selected State Court Civil Liberties Cases, 1870-1890: a Preliminary Assessment.” American Journal of Legal History 28 (1984): 295-313.

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Miscellaneous notes on U.S. business and industry (seven pieces).

Roche, John P. “Entrepreneurial Liberty and the Commerce Power: Expansion, Contraction, and Casuistry in the Age of Enterprise.” University of Chicago Law Review 30 (Summer 1963): 680-703.

Roche, John P. “Entrepreneurial Liberty and the Fourteenth Amendment.” Labor History 4 (Winter 1963): 3-31.

Woodard, Calvin. “Reality and Social Reform: The Transition from Laissez-Faire to the Welfare State.” Yale Law Journal 72 (1962): 286-328.

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Burnham, John C. “The Social Evil Ordinance: a Social Experiment in Nineteenth Century St. Louis.” Missouri Historical Society Bulletin (April 1971): 203-17.

Courtwright, David T. “Opiate Addiction as a Consequence of the Civil War.” Civil War History 24 (June 1978): 101-11.

“The Fourteenth Amendment and the State Liquor Laws.” Central Law Journal 1 (2 April 1874): 167.

Engelhardt, H. Tristram. “The Disease of Masturbation: Values and the Concept of Disease.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 48 (Summer 1974): 234-48.

Miscellaneous notes on court cases (one piece).

Stevens, John D. “What Made Grandpa Blush? Guardians of Local Morals in the 1920s” (paper presented before the OAH, 1988) (typescript).

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Aynes, Richard L. “Bradwell v. Illinois: Chief Justice Chase’s Dissent and the ‘Sphere of Women’s Work’.” Louisiana Law Review 59 (Winter 1999): 521-41.

DuBois, Ellen Carol. “Outgrowing the Compact of the Fathers: Equal Rights, Woman Suffrage, and the United States Constitution, 1820-1878.” Journal of American History 74 (December 1987): 836-62.

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Hamburger, Philip A. “The Development of the Nineteenth-Century Consensus Theory of Contract.” Law and History Review 7 (Fall 1989): 241-329.

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Alexander, Roberta Sue. “Ohio and the Fifteenth Amendment: Principle or Political Expediency?” (paper presented before the OAH, 1988) (typescript).

Chase, Salmon P. Letter to Peter H. Clark, et al., 8 March 1870.

Garrison, William Lloyd, and Wendell Phillips. “Wm. Lloyd Garrison and Wendell Phillips on the Fifteenth Amendment.” Boston Commonwealth (23 April 1870): n.p.

Stephens, Linton. “Speech of Hon. Linton Stephens, in Macon, Georgia, on the ‘Reconstruction Measures,’ and the ‘Enforcement Act’ of 1870, Delivered 23d of January, 1871.” In Alexander Stephens, The Reviewers Reviewed (NY: D. Appleton and Co., 1872).

Ward, Durbin. “Against the Fifteenth Amendment.” In Elizabeth P. Ward, comp., Life, Speeches and Orations of Durbin Ward (Columbus, OH: A.H. Smythe, 1888).

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Schmidt, Benno C. “Principle and Prejudice: The Supreme Court and Race in the Progressive Era. Part 2: The Peonage Cases.” Columbia Law Review 82 (1982): 646-718.

Schmidt, Benno C. “Principle and Prejudice: The Supreme Court and Race in the Progressive Era. Part 3: Black Disfranchisement from the KKK to the Grandfather Clause.” Columbia Law Review 82 (June 1982): 835-905.

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Pessen, Edward. “How Different From Each Other Were the Antebellum North and South?” American Historical Review 85 (December 1980): 1119-66.

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Chandler, Robert J. “‘Anti-Coolie Rabies’: The Chinese Issue in California Politics in the 1860s.” The Pacific Historian 28 (Spring 1989): 29-42.

Fritz, Christian G. “A Nineteenth Century ‘Habeas Corpus Mill’: The Chinese Before the Federal Courts in California.” American Journal of Legal History 32 (October 1988): 347-72.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Reconstruction policy (two pieces).

“The Presidential Year.” U.S. Army and Navy Journal (13 July 1872): 768.

Torok, John Hayakawa. “Reconstruction and Racial : Chinese Immigrants and the Debates on the Thirteenth, Fourteenth, and Fifteenth Amendments and Civil Rights Laws.” Asian Law Journal 3 (1990): 55-103.

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Goldman, Robert M. “The ‘Weakened Spring of Government’ and the Executive Branch: The Department of Justice in the Late 19th Century.” Congress and the Presidency 11 (Autumn 1984): 165-77.

Miller, Wilbur R. “The Revenue: Federal Law Enforcement in the Mountain South, 1870-1900.” Journal of Southern History 55 (May 1989): 197-216.

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Avins, Alfred. “The Civil Rights Act of 1875: Some Reflected Light on the Fourteenth Amendment and Public Accommodations.” Columbia Law Review 66 (May 1966): 873-915.

Dolan, Paul. “Changing Concepts in the Constitutional Pattern in the United States: 1865 to 1917.” Dickinson Law Review 55 (January 1951): 121-28.

Ezell, John S. “The Civil Rights Act of 1875.” Mid-America 50 (October 1968): 251-71.

Hoeveler, J. David. “Reconstruction and the Federal Courts: The Civil Rights Act of 1875.” The Historian 31 (August 1969): 604-17.

Horan, Michael J. “Political Economy and Sociological Theory as Influences Upon Judicial Policy-Making: The Civil Rights Cases of 1883.” American Journal of Legal History 16 (January 1972): 71-86.

Jager, Ronald H. “Charles Sumner, the Constitution, and the Civil Rights Act of 1875.” New England Quarterly 42 (September 1969): 350-72.

McPherson, James M. “Abolitionists and the Civil Rights Act of 1875.” Journal of American History 52 (December 1965): 493-510.

Nimmer, Melville B. “A Proposal for Judicial Validation of a Previously Unconstitutional Law: the Civil Rights Act of 1875.” Columbia Law Review 65 (1965): 1394-1426.

Patton, William W. “The U.S. Supreme Court and the Civil Rights Era.” The New Englander 7 (January 1884): 1-19.

Spackman, S.G.F. “American Federalism and the Civil Rights Act of 1875.” Journal of American Studies 9-10 (1975-76): 313-28.

Weaver, Valeria W. “The Failure of Civil Rights 1875-1883 and Its Repercussions.” Journal of Negro History 54 (October 1969): 368-82.

Wyatt-Brown, Bertram. “The Civil Rights Act of 1875.” Western Political Quarterly 18 (December 1965): 763-75.

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Gerteis, Louis S. “The Future of the Freedmen in the United States: Antislavery Expectations for the  South” (paper presented before the AHA, 1986) (typescript).

Gerteis, Louis S. “Slavery and Hard Times: Morality and Utility in American Antislavery Reform.” Civil War History 29 (1983): 316-31.

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Barker, Jacob. Excerpts from his The Rebellion: Its Consequences, and the Congressional Committee, Denominated the Reconstruction Committee, with their action. New Orleans: Commercial Print, 1866.

Beale, Howard K. “On Rewriting Reconstruction History.” American Historical Review 45 (July 1940): 807-27.

Bratcher, John V., translated. and ed. “A Soviet Historian Looks at Reconstruction.” Civil War History 15 (September 1969): 257-64.

Bright, Thomas R. “Yankees in Arms: The Civil War as a Personal Experience.” Civil War History 19 (September 1973): 197-218.

Brogan, D.W. “The Remote Revolution: a British View.” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 106 (February 1962): 1-9.

Cain, Marvin R. “A ‘Face of Battle’ Needed: an Assessment of Motives and Men in Civil War Historiography.” Civil War History 28 (1982): 5-27.

Coben, Stanley. “Northeastern Business and Radical Reconstruction: a Re-examination.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 4 (June 1959): 67-90.

Degler, Carl N. “The Revival in Reconstruction History (review of Region, Race, and Reconstruction).” South Atlantic Quarterly 83 (Spring 1984): 216-27.

DeVoto, Bernard. “The Easy Chair.” Harper’s 192 (February 1946): 123-6.

Du Bois, W.E.B. “Reconstruction and Its Benefits.” American Historical Review 15 (July 1910): 781-99.

Duroselle, J.B. “The American Civil War: an Episode in the History of Civil Wars.” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 106 (February 1962): 10-32.

Eisenschiml, Otto. “Ethics and the Civil War Historians: Do We Need a Code for Historical Writers?” (paper presented before the Civil War Round Table, 15 September 1961) (typescript).

Franklin, John Hope. “Mirror for Americans: a Century of Reconstruction History.” American Historical Review 85 (February 1980): 1-14.

Gallaway, B.P. “Economic Determinism in Reconstruction Historiography.” Southwestern Social Science Quarterly 46 (December 1965): 244-54.

Geyl, Pieter. “Synopsis: The American Civil War Viewed From the Netherlands.” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 106 (February 1962): 33-5.

Goodman, Paul. “David Donald’s Charles Sumner Reconsidered.” New England Quarterly 37 (September 1964): 373-87.

Hennessey, Melinda Meek. “Race and Violence in Reconstruction New Orleans: the 1868 Riot.” Louisiana History 1 (Winter 1979): 77-91.

Hamilton, Holman. “Before ‘The Tragic Era’: Claude Bowers’s Earlier Attitudes Toward Reconstruction.” Mid-America 55 (October 1973): 235-44.

Hanchett, William. “The Eisenschiml Thesis.” Civil War History 25 (September 1979): 197-217.

Harper, Alan D. “William A. Dunning: The Historian as Nemesis.” Civil War History 10 (March 1964): 54-66.

Hyman, Harold M. “A Dilemma of Reconstruction in America.” The American Studies News-Letter No. 29 (May 1973): 1-5.

Kincaid, Larry. “Victims of Circumstance: an Interpretation of Changing Attitudes Toward Republican Policy Makers and Reconstruction.” Journal of American History 57 (June 1970): 48-66.

Kolchin, Peter. “The Business Press and Reconstruction, 1865-1868.” Journal of Southern History 33 (May 1967): 183-96.

Kolchin, Peter. “Scalawags, Carpetbaggers, and Reconstruction: a Quantitative Look at Southern Congressional Politics, 1868-1872.” Journal of Southern History 45 (February 1979): 63-76.

Krug, Mark M. “On Rewriting of the Story of Reconstruction in the U.S. History Textbooks.” Journal of Negro History 46 (July 1961): 133-53.

Macaulay, Neill W. “South Carolina Reconstruction Historiography.” South Carolina Historical Magazine 65 (January 1964): 20-32.

Maddex, Jack P. “Pollard’s The Lost Cause Regained: a Mask for Southern Accommodation.” Journal of Southern History 40 (October 1974): 595-612.

Meyer, Howard N. “Israelites with Egyptian Principles.” Midwest Quarterly 6 (Autumn 1964): 11-42.

Nichols, Roy F. “The Problem of Civil War Historiography: a Discussion of the Points of View of Professors Brogan.” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 106 (February 1962): 36-40. (see also articles by Brogan, Duroselle, Geyl, above)

Paludan, Phillip S. “The American Civil War: Triumph through Tragedy.” Civil War History 20 (September 1974): 239-50.

Perman, Michael. “Constitutional Changes and the Overthrow of Reconstruction” (paper presented before the SHA, 1981) (typescript).

Perman, Michael. “The Experience of Reconstruction: the South” (paper presented before the SHA, 1976) (typescript).

Perman, Michael. “The South and Congress’s Reconstruction Policy, 1866-67.” American Studies 4 (1971): 181-200.

Peskin, Allan. “Was There a Compromise of 1877?” Journal of American History 60 (June 1973): 63-75.

Pickens, Donald K. “The Republican Synthesis and Thaddeus Stevens.” Civil War History 31 (March 1985): 57-73.

Powell, Lawrence N. “Rejected Republican Incumbents in the 1866 Congressional Nominating Conventions: A Study in Reconstruction Politics.” Civil War History 19 (September 1973): 219-37.

Pressly, Thomas J. Review of Donald’s The Politics of Reconstruction. Civil War History 12 (September 1966): 267-70.

Pressly, Thomas J. “Racial Attitudes, Scholarship, and Reconstruction: a Review Essay.” Journal of Southern History 32 (February 1966): 88-93.

Rosenberg, John S. “The American Civil War and the Problem of : a Reply to Phillip S. Paludan.” Civil War History 21 (September 1975): 242-60.

Ruchames, Louis. “The Pulitzer Prize Treatment of Charles Sumner.” Massachusetts Review 2 (Summer 1961): 749-69.

Russ, William A. “Public Opinion on the Political Results of the Civil War.” Susquehanna University Studies (June 1969): 177-206.

Russ, William A. “Was There Danger of a Second Civil War During Reconstruction?” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 25 (June 1938): 39-58.

Schruben, Francis W. “Edwin M. Stanton and Reconstruction.” Tennessee Historical Quarterly 23 (June 1964): 145-68.

Stampp, Kenneth M. “The Tragic Legend of Reconstruction.” Commentary 39 (January 1965): 44-50.

Tregle, Joseph G. “Thomas J. Durant, Utopian Socialism, and the Failure of Presidential Reconstruction in Louisiana.” Journal of Southern History 45 (November 1979): 485-512.

Vandiver, Frank E. “How the Yankees Are Losing the War.” Southwest Review (Winter 1955): 62-6.

Williams, T. Harry. “An Analysis of Some Reconstruction Attitudes.” Journal of Southern History 12 (November 1946): 469-86.

Woodward, C. Vann. “The Age of Interpretation.” American Historical Review 66 (October 1960): 1-19.

Woodward, C. Vann. “Emancipations and Reconstructions: a Comparative Study.” XIII International Congress of Historical Sciences, Moscow, August 16-23, 1970. Moscow: Central Department of Oriental Literature, Nauka Publishing House, 1970.

Woodward, C. Vann. “From the First Reconstruction to the Second.” Harper’s Magazine (April 1965): 127-33.

Woodward, C. Vann. “The Political Legacy of Reconstruction.” Journal of Negro Education 26 (Summer 1957): 231-40.

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Haws, Robert J., and Michael V. Namorato. “Race, Property Rights, and the Economic Consequences of Reconstruction: a Case Study.” Vanderbilt Law Review 32 (January 1979): 305-29.

Shofner, Jerrell H. “The Legacy of Racial Slavery: Free Enterprise and Forced Labor in Florida in the 1940s.” Journal of Southern History 47 (August 1981): 411-26.

Thornton, J. Mills. “Fiscal Policy and the Failure of Radical Reconstruction in the Lower South” (paper presented before the SHA, 1981) (typescript).

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Acts of re-admission to the Union, 1868.

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Harris, William C. “Formulation of the First Mississippi Plan: the Black Code of 1865.” Journal of Mississippi History 29 (August 1967): 181-201.

Richardson, Joe M. “Florida Black Codes.” Florida Historical Quarterly 47 (1968-69): 365-79.

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Blackburn, George M. “Radical Republican Motivation: a Case History.” Journal of Negro History 54 (April 1969): 109-26.

Dew, Lee Allen. Notes on his The Racial Ideas of the Authors of the Fourteenth Amendment (unpublished Doctoral dissertation, Louisiana State University, 1960).

Harlan, Louis R. “Booker T. Washington and the White Man’s Burden.” American Historical Review 71 (January 1966): 441-67.

Isaacs, Ernest. “The Radical Republicans and Negro Suffrage” (paper presented before the MVHA, 196?) (typescript).

Linden, Glenn M. “A Note on Negro Suffrage and Republican Politics.” Journal of Southern History 36 (August 1970): 411-20.

Magdol, Edward. “Local Black Leaders in the South, 1867-75: an Essay Toward the Reconstruction of Reconstruction History.” Societies 4 (Spring 1974): 81-110.

McPherson, James M. “Abolitionist and Negro Opposition to Colonization During the Civil War.” Phylon 26 (Winter 1965): 391-99.

Owen, Robert Dale. Excerpts from his The Wrong of Slavery, the Right of Emancipation, and the Future of the African Race in the United States. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott and Co., 1864.

Rose, Willie Lee. “Masters Without Slaves” (paper presented before the AHA, 1966) (typescript).

Shannon, Fred A. “The Federal Government and the Negro Soldier, 1861-1865.” Journal of Negro History 11 (October 1926): 1-21.

Swenson, Philip D. “Reform, Reconstruction, and Illinois Politics, 1865-1871” (paper presented before the SHA, 1973) (typescript).

Tribe, Laurence, and J. Anthony Kline. “The Con Con Papers.” Politics Today (May/June 1979): 26-31.

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Cox, LaWanda, and John H. Cox. “Negro Suffrage and Republican Politics: the Problem of Motivation in Reconstruction Historiography.” Journal of Southern History 33 (August 1967): 303-30.

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Bridges, Roger D. “Equality Deferred: Illinois’ Reluctant Granting of Civil Rights to Blacks, 1865-1885” (paper presented before the OAH, 1981) (typescript).

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Miscellaneous contemporary documents on District of Columbia suffrage, 1866-67 (three pieces).

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Avins, Alfred. “The Fifteenth Amendment and Literacy Tests: the Original Intent.” Stanford Law Review 18 (April 1966): 808-22.

Avins, Alfred. “Literacy Tests and the Fourteenth Amendment: the Contemporary Understanding.” Albany Law Review 30 (Spring 1966): 229-60.

Avins, Alfred. “Literacy Tests, the Fourteenth Amendment, and District of Columbia Voting: the Original Intent.” Washington University Law Quarterly (December 1965): 429-62.

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“Admission of Senator Revels.” Boston Commonwealth (23 April 1870): n.p.

“Admission of the Colored Senator.” Boston Commonwealth (2 March 1870): n.p.

“The Colored Race.” The Freedman (London) (1 August 1866): 11.

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Davis, Horace. American Constitutions: The Relations of the Three Departments as Adjusted by a Century (John Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, third series, IX-X). Baltimore: N. Murray, September and October, 1885 (pamphlet).

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Miscellaneous contemporary documents on 13th and 14th Amendments (four pieces).

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Baggett, James Alex. “Origins of Early Texas Republican Party Leadership.” Journal of Southern History 40 (August 1974): 441-54.

Bailey, Peter P. The Issues of 1868: an Address to the People of Mississippi (Templeton Place, Satartia, Yazoo County, Mississippi, 10 February 1868) (pamphlet).

Baldwin, Simeon E. “Recent Changes in Our State Constitutions.” American Journal of Social Science 9 (December 1879): 136-51.

Biddle, A. Sydney. “The Work of a Constitutional Convention.” Social Science Association of Philadelphia. Papers of 1873. Rpt. from Pennsylvania Monthly (May 1873) (pamphlet).

Bristow, Benjamin H. “Address of Benjamin H. Bristow, President of the Association.” American Bar Association Reports 3 (1880): 81-107.

Cochrane, William Ghormley. Notes on his Freedom Without Equality: a Study of Northern Opinion and the Negro Issue, 1861-1870 (unpublished Doctoral dissertation, University of Minnesota, 1957).

Cogan, Jacob Katz. “Democratic Citizenship, Gendered Democracy: State Constitution-Making in the Antebellum United States” (paper presented before the AHA, 1995) (typescript).

“Freedom and the Elective Franchise: The Missouri Constitutional Convention of 1865” (author unknown, submission to Journal of Southern History, April 1984) (typescript).

Gunn, L. Ray. “Constitutional Change, Economic Policy and Political Development in New York State: The Constitution of 1846” (paper presented before the AHA, 1982) (typescript).

Johansen, Robin B. “The New Federalism: Toward a Principled Interpretation of the State Constitution.” Stanford Law Review 29 (January 1977): 297-321.

March, David D. “The Campaign for the Ratification of the Constitution of 1865.” Missouri Historical Review 47 (April 1953): 223-32.

Martin, Philip L. “Convention Ratification of Federal Constitutional Amendments.” Political Science Quarterly 82 (March 1967): 61-71.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on the Constitution (eighteen pieces).

Oberholtzer, Ellis Paxson. “Law-Making by Popular Vote; or, The American Referendum.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences (1891): 324-44.

Palmer, Paul C. “Miscegenation as an Issue in the Arkansas Constitutional Convention of 1868.” Arkansas Historical Quarterly (Summer 1965): 99-118.

Reed, Henry. “Some Late Efforts at Constitutional Reform.” The North American Review 121 (July 1875): 1-36.

Rehnquist, William. Opinion in the case of United States v. Lopez.

Schouler, James. Excerpts from his Constitutional Studies, State and Federal (New York: Dodd, Mead, 1897).

Thorpe, Francis Newton. Excerpts from his “The Political Value of State Constitutional History” (rpt from Iowa Journal of History and Politics (Iowa State Historical Society, January 1903).

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Herget, James. “The Missing Power of Local Governments: A Divergence Between Text and Practice in Our Early State Constitutions.” Virginia Law Review 62 (1976): 999-1015.

Skinner, R.W. “Constitutional Limitations Relating to Cities and Their Affairs.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences 27 (1906): n.p.

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Legal Qualifications for State Officers, 1631-1898. American Historical Association Annual Review 1 (1899): 106.

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Bakken, Gordon M. “The Impact of the Colorado State Constitution on Rocky Mountain Constitution Making.” Colorado Magazine 47 (Spring 1970): 152-75.

Broadhead, Michael J. “Accepting the Verdict: National Supremacy as Expressed in State Constitutions, 1861-1912.” Nevada Historical Society Quarterly 13 (1969): 3-16.

Chester, Edward W. “The Great Plains State Constitutions and the Webb Thesis.” Great Plains Journal 10 (1971?): 71-82.

Dicey, Albert Venn. Excerpt from his Law of the Constitution (1885).

Eidelberg, Paul. “Provisions in the State Constitutions.” In his The Philosophy of the American Constitution (Lanham, MD: University Press of America, 1986).

Jameson, J. Franklin. Excerpt from his An Introduction to the Study of the Constitutional and Political History of the United States (Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science, fourth series). Baltimore: N. Murray, 1886.

Jameson, John A. “Complete List of Constitutional Conventions Held in the United States.” In his The Constitutional Conventions, fourth edition. Chicago: Callaghan and Co., 1887.

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Beth, Loren P. “The Slaughter-House Cases–Revisited.” Louisiana Law Review 23 (April 1963): 487-505.

Collins, Michael G. “Justice Bradley’s Civil Rights Odyssey Revisited.” Tulane Law Review 70 (1996): 1979-2002.

Currie, David P. “The Constitution in the Supreme Court: Limitations on State Power, 1865-1873.” University of Chicago Law Review 51 (Spring 1984): 329-65.

Curtis, Michael Kent. “Resurrecting the Privileges or Immunities Clause and Revising the Slaughter-House Cases Without Exhuming Lochner: Individual Rights and the Fourteenth Amendment.” Boston College Law Review 38 (December 1996): 1-106.

Hyman, Harold M. “Up from Dred Scott, Down to Slaughterhouse: Inventive Interim Judicial Protections for Property in Reconstruction America.” In Ellen Frankel Paul and Howard Dickman, ed., Liberty, Property, and Government:
Constitutional Interpretation Before the New Deal
(SUNY, 1989).

Labbe, Ronald M. “New Light on the Slaughterhouse Monopoly Act of 1869.” In Edward W. Haas, ed., Louisiana’s Legal Heritage: Studies in Louisiana Culture (Pensacola, FL: Perdido Bay Press, 1983).

Louisiana House of Representatives. Excerpts on slaughter-houses in Debates of the House of Representatives of the State of Louisiana, no. 1869 (New Orleans: Lee, 1869).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on Slaughter-House Cases (ten pieces).

“Monopolies and the Fourteenth Amendment.” The Nation 2 (1 December 1870): 361-2.

Palmer, Robert C. “The Parameters of Constitutional Resurrection: Slaughter-House, Cruikshank, and the Fourteenth Amendment.” University of Illinois Law Review (1984): 739-70.

Scarborough, Jane L. “What If the Butchers in the Slaughter-House Cases Had Won?: an Exercise in ‘Counterfactual’ Doctrine.” Maine Law Review 50 (1998): 211-24.

The Slaughterhouse Cases (16 Wallace 36).

The Slaughterhouse Cases: Dissenting Opinions (16 Wallace 36).

“The State Rights Issue Settled.” The Nation (21 July 1887): 46.

“Summary of Events: Louisiana.” American Law Review 5 (October 1870): 171-76.

“Summary of Events: United States.” American Law Review 7 (July 1873): 732-49.

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Bodenhamer, David J. “Due Process in the New Republic” (typescript).

Bodenhamer, David J. “The Revolutionary Legacy” (typescript).

Douglass, Frederick, and Robert G. Ingersoll. Proceedings of the Civil Rights Mass Meeting Held at Lincoln Hall, October 22, 1883. Speeches of Hon. Frederick Douglass, and Robert G. Ingersoll (Washington, DC: C.P. Farrell, 1883) (pamphlet).

Lieber, Francis. A Letter to Hon. E.D. Morgan, Senator of the United States, on the Amendment of the Constitution Abolishing Slavery. Resolutions, Passed by the New York Union League Club, Concerning Conditions of Peace with the Insurgents (New York: Loyal Publication Society, 1865) (pamphlet).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on civil rights (three pieces).

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Baker, John S. “State Police Powers and the Federalization of Local Crime.” Temple Law Review 72 (1999): 673-713.

Brieger, Gert H. “Sanitary Reform in New York City: Stephen Smith and the Passage of the Metropolitan Health Bill.” Bulletin of the History of Medicine 40 (September-October 1966): 407-29.

Buchanan, G. Sidney. “A Conceptual History of the State Action Doctrine: the Search for Governmental Responsibility, Part II.” Houston Law Review 34 (1997): 665-775.

Fisher, Louis. “How the States Shape Constitutional Law.” State Legislatures (August 1989): 37-9.

Gluck, Peter R. and Richard J. Maester. Excerpts from their Cities in Transition: Social Changes and Institutional Responses in Urban Development. New York: New Viewpoints, 1979.

Halper, Louise A. “Christopher G. Tiedeman, ‘Laissez-Faire Constitutionalism,” and the Dilemmas of Small-Scale Property in the Gilded Age.” Ohio State Law Journal 51 (1990): 1349-84.

Harris, Elisha. “The Police Power and Boards of Health.” New Jersey Law Journal 6 (1883): 135-38.

Hastings, W.G. “The Development of Law as Illustrated by the Decisions Relating to the Police Power of the State.” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 39 (September 1900): 359-554.

Krieger, Leonard. “The Idea of the Welfare State in Europe and the United States.” Journal of the History of Ideas 24 (October-December 1963): 553-68.

Lively, Robert A. “The American System: a Review Article.” Business History Review 29 (1955): 81-96.

Mayer, David N. “The Jurisprudence of Christopher G. Tiedeman: a Study in the Failure of Laissez-Faire Constitutionalism.” Missouri Law Review 55 (Winter 1990): 93-161.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on police powers (ten pieces).

Novak, William J. Intellectual Origins of the State Police Power: The Common Law Vision of a Well-Regulated Society (Institute for Legal Studies, University of Wisconsin Law School Working Papers, series three). Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Law School, 1989 (pamphlet).

Peterson, Jon A. Paper on the sanitary reform movement (paper presented before the OAH, 1976) (typescript).

Sterett, Susan. “Serving the State: Constitutionalism and Social Spending, 1860s-1920s.” Law and Social Inquiry 22 (1997): 311-55.

Stigler, George J. “The Law and Economics of Public Policy: a Plea to the Scholars.” Journal of Legal Studies 1 (January 1972): 1-12.

Woolsey, T.D. “Nature and Sphere of Police Power.” Journal of Social Science 2 (1870): 97-114.

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Blodgett, Geoffrey T. “The Mind of the Boston Mugwump.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 48 (March 1962): 614-34.

Bruce, Robert V. “Democracy and American Scientific Organizations” (paper presented before the AHA, 1971) (typescript).

Eisenstadt, Abraham S. “1865: the Great Transition.” The Nation 201 (20 September 1965): 54-61.

Goodman, Paul. “Ethics and Enterprise: The Values of a Boston Elite, 1800-1860.” American Quarterly 18 (February 1966): 437-51.

Hofstadter, Richard. “‘Idealists and Professors and Sore-Heads’: The Genteel Reformers.” Columbia University Forum 5 (Spring 1962): n.p.

Krueger, Thomas A. “In Defense of the Edenic Myth; or, In the Garden” (paper presented before the AHA, 1970) (typescript).

Leuchtenburg, William E. “The Pertinence of Political History: Reflections on the Significance of the State in America.” Journal of American History 73 (December 1986): 585-600.

Malin, James C. “At What Age Did Men Become Reformers?” Kansas Historical Quarterly 29 (Autumn 1963): 250-65.

McAfee, Ward M. “Reconstruction Revisited: The Republican Public Education Crusade of the 1870s.” Civil War History 42 (June 1996): 133-53.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on reformism (seven pieces).

O’Brien, John M. “Henry Charles Lea: the Historian as Reformer.” American Quarterly 19 (Spring 1967): 104-13.

Rosenberg, Charles E. “Introduction: Science, Society, and Social Thought.” No Other God’s: On Science and American Social Thought (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 1976).

Sullivan, T.R. The Limits of Responsibility in Reforms. Boston: A. Williams and Company, 1861 (pamphlet).

Sunstein, Cass R. “Paradoxes of the Regulatory State.” University of Chicago Law Review 57 (1990): 407-41.

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Behlmer, George. “Voluntary Effort and the State.” In his Child Abuse and Moral Reform in England, 1870-1908. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press, 1982.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on reformism (one piece).

Ward, Durbin. “The Bureau of Industry.” In Elizabeth P. Ward, comp., Life, Speeches and Orations of Durbin Ward (Columbus, OH: A.H. Smythe, 1888).

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Curtis, Bruce. “William Graham Sumner ‘On the Concentration of Wealth’.” Journal of American History 55 (March 1969): 823-32.

Destler, Chester McArthur. “The Opposition of American Businessmen to Social Control During the ‘Gilded Age’.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 39 (March 1953): 641-72.

George, Henry. “The Functions of Government.” In his The Complete Works of Henry George: Social Problems. New York: Doubleday Page and Company, 1904.

Huston, James L. “A Political Response to Industrialism: The Republican Embrace of Protectionist Labor Doctrines.” Journal of American History 70 (1983): 35-57.

Loewenberg, Bert James. “Darwinism Comes to America, 1859-1900.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 28 (December 1941): 339-68.

Marcus, Robert D. “Wendell Phillips and American Institutions.” Journal of American History 56 (June 1969): 41-58.

Mason, Alpheus T. “American Individualism: Fact and Fiction.” American Political Science Review 46 (March 1952): 1-18.

Rader, Benjamin G. “Richard T. Ely: Lay Spokesman for the Social Gospel.” Journal of American History 53 (June 1966): 61-74.

Wilson, John B. “Darwin and the Transcendentalists.” Journal of the History of Ideas 26 (April-June 1965): 286-90.

Wyllie, Irvin G. “Social Darwinism and the Businessman.” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 103 (October 1959): 629-35.

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“Business Men as Legislators.” The Nation 11 (3 November 1870): 290-2.

Hill, Hamilton Andrews. “The Place of the Practical Man in American Public Affairs.” Journal of Social Sciences 10 (1879): 75-90.

Hill, Hamilton Andrews. “The Relations of the Business Men of the United States to the National Legislation.” Journal of Social Sciences 3 (1871): 148-68.

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Lovett, Robert W. “Business Manuscripts at Baker Library, 1969-1979.” Business History Review 53 (Autumn 1979): 386-91.

Madison, James H. “The Evolution of Commercial Credit Reporting Agencies in Nineteenth-Century America.” Business History Review 48 (Summer 1974): 164-86.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on D&B ratings (eighty pieces).

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“Effect of Rebellion on Powers of Sale in Deeds of Trust.” Central Law Journal 1 (14 January 1874): 35.

“Validity of Sales under Deeds of Trust not Affected by the War.” Central Law Journal 1 (5 February 1874): 66-7.

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Purcell, Edward A. “Ideas and Interests: Businessmen and the Interstate Commerce Act.” Journal of American History 54 (December 1967): 561-78

Stern, Robert L. “The Commerce Clause and the National Economy, 1933-1946: Part Two.” Harvard Law Review 59 (July 1946): 883-947.

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“An Act to Establish a Uniform System of Bankruptcy throughout the United States” (Thirty-Ninth Congress, Session II, Chapter 176).

“Bankrupt Act.” Central Law Journal 1 (10 September 1874): 448.

“The Bankrupt Law.” American Law Review 1 (April 1867): 576.

“The Bankrupt Law.” American Law Review 11 (January 1877): 364.

Coleman, Peter J. “Some Aspects of the Development of Pre-Federal Bankruptcy Law” (paper presented before the AHA, 1963) (typescript).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on bankruptcy law (three pieces).

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Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on bankruptcy law (one piece).

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Bacon, Theodore. “The Railroads; Servants, or Masters?” Old and New 7 (February 1873): 153-65.

Chandler, Alfred D. “The Railroads: Pioneers in Modern Corporate Management.” Business History Review 39 (Spring 1965): 16-40.

Destler, Chester McArthur. “Western Radicalism, 1865-1901: Concepts and Origins.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 31 (December 1944): 335-68.

Farnham, Wallace D. “Grenville Dodge and the Union Pacific: a Study of Historical Legends.” Journal of Southern History 51 (March 1965): 632-50.

Farnham, Wallace D. “The Pacific Railroad Act of 1862.” Nebraska History 43 (September 1962): 141-67.

Gagan, David P. “The Railroads and the Public, 1870-1881: A Study of Charles Elliott Perkins’ Business Ethics.” Business History Review 39 (Spring 1965): 41-56.

Handlin, Oscar. “Man and Magic: First Encounters with the Machine.” The American Scholar 33 (Summer 1964): 408-19.

Henry, Robert S. “The Railroad Land Grant Legend in American History Texts.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 32 (September 1945): 171-94; attached with “Comments on ‘The Railroad Land Grant Legend in American History Texts’ by various authors, Mississippi Valley Historical Review 32 (March 1946): 557-76.

Hushbeck, Judy. “The Impact of Technology on Consciousness: Some Viewpoints on the American Case, 1875-1930.” Social Science (Winter 1974): 19-32.

Jenks, Leland H. “Railroads as an Economic Force in American Development.” Journal of Economic History 4 (May 1944): 1-20.

“Legislative Control Over Railway Charters.” American Law Review 1 (April 1867): 451-76.

Merk, Frederick. “Eastern Antecedents of the Grangers.” Agricultural History 23 (1949): 1-8.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on railroads (seven pieces).

“The Potter Act at Washington.” American Law Review 9 (January 1875): 212-35.

“Railroad Subsidies.” The Nation 2 (6 October 1870): 219-20.

Salsbury, Stephen. “Statistics vs. Populist Tradition: a Review of Leslie E. Decker’s Railroads, Lands, and Politics.” Explorations in Entrepreneurial History 3 (February 1965): 62-8.

Sutton, Robert M. “The Origins of American Land-Grant Railroad Rates.” Business History Review 40 (Spring 1966): 66-76.

Vietor, Richard H.K. “Businessmen and the Political Economy: The Railroad Rate Controversy of 1905.” Journal of American History 64 (June 1977): 47-66.

Wells, David Ames. Letter to the Editor. The Nation (29 October 1874): 283-4.

“The Wisconsin Railroad Acts.” American Law Review 9 (October 1874): 50-73.

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Adams, Charles Francis. Excerpts from his The Regulation of All Railroads through the State-Ownership of One. Speech of Charles Francis Adams Jr. on Behalf of the Massachusetts Board of Railroad Commissioners, made before the Joint Standing Legislative Committee on Railroad. Boston: J.R. Osgood and Co., 1873 (pamphlet).

Adams, Charles Francis. “The State and the Railroads, part I.” Atlantic Monthly 37 (March 1876): 360-71.

Adams, Charles Francis. “The State and the Railroads, part III.” Atlantic Monthly 38 (July 1876): 72-85.

Adams, Charles Francis. “An Undeveloped Function.” American Historical Association Annual Report (1901): 49-93.

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Barron, Hal S. “And the Crooked Shall be Made Straight: Public Road Administration and the Decline of Localism in the Rural North, 1870-1930” (paper presented before the OAH, 1988) (typescript).

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“Liability of Express Companies for Losses Incident to a Time of War–Power of Common Carriers to Limit Their Liabilities.” Central Law Journal 1 (16 April 1874): 186-8.

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Andrews, J. Cutler. “The Southern Telegraph Company, 1861-1865: A Chapter in the History of Wartime Communication.” Journal of Southern History 30 (August 1964): 319-44.

Cooley, Thomas M. “Inviolability of Telegraphic Correspondence.” American Law Register, new series 18 (February 1879): 65-79.

Hitchcock, Henry. “The Inviolability of Telegrams.” Southern Law Review, new series 5 (October 1879): 473-520.

Lindley, Lester G. “Norvin Green and the Telegraph Consolidation Movement.” Filson Club History Quarterly 48 (July 1974): 253-64.

Lindley, Lester G. “Private Gain and Public Need: the Political Impact of Telegraph Technology in the Gilded Age” (paper presented before the AHA, 1973) (typescript).

Lindley, Lester G. “The Telegram, the Ox-Cart, and Monopoly: Common Law Confronts New Technology” (paper presented before the OAH, 1974) (typescript).

Lindley, Lester G. “Watered Stock and Control of Telegraph Rates: Early Proposals for Regulating a Public Utility.” Journal of Economic History 32 (March 1972): 403-08.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on telegraphs (five pieces).

“T.W.D.” “The Law of Telegraphs and Telegrams.” American Law Register, new series 4 (February 1864): 193-212.

Wells, David A. Excerpts from his The Relation of the Government to the Telegraph; or, A Review of the Propositions Now Pending Before Congress for Changing the Telegraphic Service of the Country. With Appendices. New York: 1873 (pamphlet).

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Tyler, M.F. “The Legal History of the Telephone.” Journal of Social Science 18 (May 1884): 163-77.

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Vose, Clement E. “State Against Nation: the Conservation Case of Missouri v. HollandPrologue (Winter 1984): 233-47.

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Chandler, Alfred D. “The Beginnings of ‘Big Business’ in American Industry.” Business History Review 33 (Spring 1959): 1-31.

Handlin, Oscar, and Mary F. Handlin. “Origins of the American Business Corporation.” Journal of Economic History 5 (May 1945): 1-23.

James, Henry A. “Private Incorporation and the State.” Journal of Social Science 23 (November 1887): 145-66.

Platt, Harold L. “Urban Public Utility Franchises: Promotion or Regulation of Monopoly?” (paper presented before the OAH, 1975) (typescript).

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Lindley, Lester G. Paper on common carriers, presented before the ASLH, 1976 (typescript).

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Nash, Gerald D. “Government and Business: A Case Study of State Regulation of Corporate Securities, 1850-1933.” Business History Review 38 (Summer 1964): 144-62.

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Brandfon, Robert L. “The End of Immigration to the Cotton Fields.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 50 (March 1964): 591-611.

Fidler, James. Excerpt from speech before the Marion Grant Club, Lebanon, Kentucky, 7 September 1868 (pamphlet).

Godkin, E.L. “The Chinese Invasion.” The Nation 11 (14 July 1870): 20.

Greene, Victor. “The Meeting of Southerner and Slave” (paper presented before the SWSS, 1969) (typescript).

Hedges, James B. “Promotion of Immigration to the Pacific Northwest by the Railroads.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 15 (September 1928): 183-203.

Lieber, Francis. Holograph letter on immigration, 15 April 1870.

Loewenberg, Bert James. “Efforts of the South to Encourage Immigration, 1865-1900.” South Atlantic Quarterly 33 (October 1934): 363-85.

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Dubofsky, Melvyn. “The Origins of Western Working Class Radicalism, 1890-1905.” Labor History 7 (Spring 1966): 131-54.

Gutman, Herbert G. “The Tompkins Square ‘Riot’ in New York City on January 13, 1874: a Re-examination of Its Cause and Its Aftermath.” Labor History 6 (Winter 1965): 44-70.

Hill, Herbert. “The Racial Practices of Organized Labor–in the Age of Gompers and After.” Reprint from New Politics (published by NAACP, n.d.) (pamphlet).

Kessel, Reuben A., and Armen A. Alchian. “Real Wages in the North During the Civil War: Mitchell’s Data Reinterpreted.” Journal of Law and Economics 2 (October 1959): 95-113.

Krueger, Thomas A. “American Labor Historiography, Old and New: A Review Essay.” Journal of Social History 4 (Spring 1971): 277-85.

Kutler, Stanley I. “Labor, the Clayton Act, and the Supreme Court.” Labor History 3 (Winter 1962): 19-38.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents of labor history (three pieces).

Nash, Gerald D. “The Influence of Labor on State Policy, 1860-1920.” California Historical Society Quarterly 42 (September 1963): 241-58.

Orth, John V. “The Legal Status of English Trade Unions, 1799-1871.” In Alan Harding, ed., Law-Making and Law-Makers in British History (London: Royal Historical Society, 1980).

Ozanne, Robert. “Union-Management Relations: McCormick Harvesting Machine Company, 1862-1886.” Labor History 4 (Spring 1963): 132-60.

Reese, James V. “Intellectuals and Organized Labor, 1865-1915” (paper presented before the SHA, 1969) (typescript).

Shover, John L. “Washington Gladden and the Labor Question.” Ohio Historical Quarterly 68 (October 1959): 335-52.

Taft, Philip. “On the Origins of Business Unionism.” Industrial and Labor Relations Review 17 (October 1963): 20-38.

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Crockett, Norman L. “A Study of Confusion: Missouri’s Immigration Program, 1865-1916.” Missouri Historical Review 57 (April 1963): 248-60.

Maltz, Earl M. “The Federal Government and the Problem of Chinese Rights in the Era of the Fourteenth Amendment.” Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy 17 (Winter 1994): 223-52.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on immigration (one piece).

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Aurand, Harold W. “Mine Safety and Social Control in the Anthracite Regions” (paper presented before the OAH, 1984) (typescript).

Godkin, E.L. Excerpts from letters to Charles Eliot Norton, April-May 1867 (three pieces).

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Gutman, Herbert. “The Failure of the Movement by the Unemployed for Public Works in 1873.” Political Science Quarterly 80 (June 1965): 254-76.

Hoffman, Charles. ‘The Depression of the Nineties.” Journal of Economic History 16 (June 1956): 137-64.

Jacobs, Paul. “American Schizophrenic View of the Poor.” The Nation 201 (20 September 1965): 191-97.

Rezneck, Samuel. “Patterns of Thought and Action in an American Depression, 1882-1886.” American Historical Review (January 1956): 284-307.

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Croce, Lewis H. “Lincoln and the Federal Bureaucracy” (paper presented before the SHA, 1971) (typescript).

Hoogenboom, Ari A. “An Analysis of Civil Service Reformers.” The Historian 23 (n.d.): 54-78.

Hoogenboom, Ari A. “The Pendleton Act and the Civil Service.” American Historical Review 64 (January 1959): 301-18.

Hoogenboom, Ari A. “Thomas A. Jenckes and Civil Service Reform.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 47 (March 1961): 636-58.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on the civil service (one piece).

Van Riper, Paul P., and Keith A. Sutherland. “The Northern Civil Service, 1861-1865.” Civil War History 11 (December 1965): 351-69.

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Barns, William D. “Oliver Hudson Kelley and the Genesis of the Grange: a Reappraisal.” Agricultural History 41 (July 1967): 229-42.

“A Bureau Gone to Seed.” Round Table 3 (24 March 1866): 184-5.

Colman, Gould P. “Government and Agriculture in New York State.” Agricultural History 39 (1965): 41-50.

Fite, Gilbert. “The Agricultural Trap in the South” (paper presented before the SHA, 1985) (typescript).

Gates, Paul Wallace. “The Homestead Law in an Incongruous Land System.” American Historical Review 41 (July 1936): 652-81.

Govan, Thomas P. “Agrarian and Agrarianism: a Study in the Use and Abuse of Words.” Journal of Southern History 30 (February 1964): 35-47.

Kushner, James A. “Racial Segregation in the United States” (typescript, n.d.).

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on agrarian (one piece).

Parsons, Stanley A. “Farmers and Reform: the Limits of Agrarian Radicalism” (paper presented before the SHA, 1969) (typescript).

Rasmussen, Wayne D. “The Civil War: a Catalyst of Agricultural Revolution.” Agricultural History 39 (October 1965): 187-95.

Saloutos, Theodore. “Southern Agriculture and the Problems of Readjustment, 1865-1877.” Agricultural History 30 (April 1956): 58-76.

Scheiber, Harry N. “Law and American Agricultural Development.” Agricultural History 52 (October 1978): 439-57.

Woodman, Harold D. “Post-Civil War Southern Agriculture and the Law.” Agricultural History 53 (January 1979): 319-37.

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Bestor, Arthur E. “Patent-Office Models of the Good Society: Some Relationships Between Social Reform and Westward Expansion.” American Historical Review 58 (April 1953): 505-26.

Cox, LaWanda. “The Promise of Land for the Freedmen.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 45 (December 1958): 413-40.

Florer, John H. “Major Issues in the Congressional Debate of the Morrill Act of 1862.” History of Education Quarterly 8 (Winter 1968): 459-78.

Gates, Paul Wallace. “Federal Land Policy in the South, 1866-1888.” Journal of Southern History 6 (August 1940): 303-30.

Gates, Paul Wallace. “The Homestead Law in an Incongruous Land System.” American Historical Review 41 (July 1936): 652-81.

Gates, Paul Wallace. “The Role of the Land Speculator in Western Development.” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 66 (July 1942): 314-33.

Scheiber, Harry N. “Land Reform, Speculation, and Governmental Failure: the Administration of Ohio’s State Canal Lands, 1836-60.” Prologue (Summer 1975): 85-98.

Scheiber, Harry N. “State Policy and the Public Domain: The Ohio Canal Lands.” Journal of Economic History 25 (March 1965): 86-113.

Simon, John Y. “The Politics of the Morrill Act.” Agricultural History 37 (1963): 103-11.

Swierenga, Robert P. “The ‘Odious Tax Title’: A Study in Nineteenth Century Legal History.” American Journal of Legal History 15 (April 1971): 124-39.

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“Army Control of Mining Interests.” U.S. Army and Navy Journal (11 November 1871): 204.

Fitch, Henry S. “Preamble and Resolutions Drawn by Henry S. Fitch, and Submitted to the Miner’s Convention assembled at Sacramento, January 18, 1866.”

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on mining issues (two pieces).

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Hartley, Katha G. “Spring Valley Water Works v. San Francisco: Defining Municipal Regulatory Authority in San Francisco, 1867-1890” (paper presented before the ASLH, 1990) (typescript).

McCurdy, Charles W. “Justice Field and the Jurisprudence of Government-Business Relations: Some Parameters of Laissez-Faire Constitutionalism, 1863-1897.” Journal of American History 61 (Mach 1975): 970-1005.

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Novak, William J. “Public Safety: Fire!” (unpublished manuscript, 1990).

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“Administrative Justice” (chapter 8 from unknown source).

“Bureau Work.” U.S. Army and Navy Journal (8 January 1870): 315.

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“Animals.” American Digest (Century Edition), volume one. St. Paul: 1897.

Bremmer, Robert H. “The Impact of the Civil War on Philanthropy and Social Welfare.” Civil War History 12 (December 1966): 293-303.

Gettleman, Marvin E. “Social Welfare and Social Control in Nineteenth Century America: the Industrial City” (paper presented before the OAH, 1972) (typescript).

Hill, Britton A. Excerpts from his Liberty and Law Under Federative Government. Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott, 1874.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on animals (three pieces).

Unrau, William E. “Joseph G. McCoy and Federal Regulation of the Cattle Trade.” Colorado Magazine 43 (Winter 1966): 32-43.

Wambaugh, Eugene. “The Present Scope of Government.” In Report of the Twentieth Annual Meeting of the American Bar Association Held at Cleveland, Ohio, August 25, 26, and 27, 1897. Philadelphia: Dando Printing and Publishing Co., 1897.

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Einhorn, Robin L. “The Civil War and Municipal Government in Chicago” (paper presented before the OAH, 1988) (typescript).

Elazar, Daniel J. “Urban Problems and the Federal Government: a Historical Inquiry.” Political Science Quarterly 82 (December1967): 505-25.

Frug, Gerald E. “The City as a Legal Concept.” Harvard Law Review 93 (April 1980): 1059-154.

Goldman, Joanne. “The New York City Sewer System, 1800-1866: The Evolution of a Technological and Managerial Infrastructure” (paper presented before the OAH, 1988) (typescript).

Hartog, Hendrik. “Because All the World Was Not New York City: Governance, Property Rights, and the State in the Changing Definition of a Corporation, 1730-1860.” Buffalo Law Review 28 (1979): 91-109.

Hoffman, Daniel. Review of Halbrook’s The Freedmen, the Fourteenth Amendment, and the Right to Bear Arms. Law and Politics Book Review 9 (April 1999): 151-53.

Hyman, Harold M. “Urban Law” (typescript, n.d.).

Karsten, Peter. “Supervising the ‘Spoiled Children of Legislation’: Judicial Judgments Involving Quasi-Public Corporations in the Nineteenth Century U.S.” American Journal of Legal History 41 (July 1997): 315-67.

McDonnell, Michael A. “Popular Mobilization and Political Culture in Revolutionary Virginia: the Failure of the Minutemen and the Revolution from Below.” Journal of American History 85 (December 1998): 946-81.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on urban government (ten pieces).

Williams, Joan C. “The Constitutional Vulnerability of American Local Government: the Politics of City Status in American Law.” Wisconsin Law Review (1986): 83-153.

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Novak, William J. “Public Economy and the Well-Ordered Market: Law and Economic Regulation in 19th-Century America.” Law and Social Inquiry 18 (Winter 1993): 1-32.

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Landis, Michele L. “‘Let Me Next Time be ‘Tried By Fire”: Disaster Relief and the Origins of the American Welfare State 1789-1874.” Northwestern University Law Review 92 (Spring 1998): 967-1034.

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Pereyra, Lillian. “James Lusk Alcorn and a Unified Levee System.” Journal of Mississippi History 27 (February 1965): 18-41.

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“The Effect of Civil War Upon Contracts.” Law Times (London) (6 November 1869): 5-6.

Haller, John S. “Race, Morality, and Life Insurance: Negro Vital Statistics in the Late Nineteenth Century.” Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences 25 (July 1970): 247-61.

Thompson, Seymour D. “Effect of War Upon Contracts Involving Successive Payments, and Particularly Upon Contracts of Life Insurance.” American Law Review 30 (1895): 88-93.

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“Civil War and Life Insurance.” Southern Law Review (St. Louis), new series 2 (August 1877): 387-405.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on life insurance (three pieces).

“New York Life Insurance Co. v. William C. Statham et al.” American Law Register, new series 15 (December 1876): 724-33.

“Semmes, Administrator, v. City Fire Insurance Co.” American Law Review 4 (October 1869): 175-80.

“The War on Life Insurance.” Albany Law Journal 1 (7 May 1870): 347-50.

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Foster, Dwight. “Effect of the Rebellion on Southern Life Insurance Contracts.” American Law Review 11 (January 1877): 221-32.

“Jackson Insurance Company v. James A. Stewart.” American Law Register, new series 6 (October 1867): 732-35.

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Article from The Nation (23 May 1867), p. 46 on Jews and insurance agencies.

Proceedings of the Convention of Life Insurance Companies of the United States (New York: 1866).

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Harmond, Richard. “The Profits of ‘Reform’.” Humanitas 4 (Fall 1968): 12-14.

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Einhorn, Robin L. “The Civil War and Municipal Government in Chicago.” In Maris A. Vinovskis, ed., Toward a Social History of the American Civil War. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990.

Lurie, Jonathan. “Commodities Exchanges as Self-Regulating Organizations in the Late 19th Century: Some Perimeters in the History of American Administrative Law.” Rutgers Law Review 28 (Summer 1975): 1107-40.

Lurie, Jonathan. “Private Associations, Internal Regulation and Progressivism: the Chicago Board of Trade, 1880-1923, as a Case Study.” American Journal of Legal History 16 (July 1972): 215-38.

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The American Union Commission: Its Origin, Operations, and Purposes. New York: Sanford, Harroun & Co., 1865 (pamphlet).

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Adams, H.B. “The North American Review and the Hon. Elbridge G. Spaulding.” The Nation 10 (12 May 1870): 302, 308.

Atack, Jeremy. “Firm Size and Industrial Structure in the United States During the Nineteenth Century.” Journal of Economic History 46 (June 1986): 463-75.

Barnett, Paul. “The Crime of 1873 Re-examined.” Agricultural History 38 (July 1964): 178-81.

Becker, Carl M. “Entrepreneurial Invention and Innovation in the Miami Valley during the Civil War.” Bulletin of the Cincinnati Historical Society 22 (January 1964): 5-28.

Butt, John. “Legends of the Coal-Oil Industry (1847-64).” Explorations in Entrepreneurial History 2 (Fall 1964): 16-30.

Callender, G.S. “The Early Transportation and Banking Enterprises of the States in Relation to the Growth of Corporations.” Quarterly Journal of Economics 17 (November 1902): 111-62.

Coben, Stanley. “Northeastern Business and Radical Reconstruction: a Re-examination.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 46 (June 1959): 67-90.

Cochran, Thomas C. “Did the Civil War Retard Industrialization?” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 48 (September 1961): 197-210.

Cole, Arthur H. “Economic History in the United States: Formative Years of a Discipline.” Journal of Economic History 28 (December 1968): 556-89.

Davis, Lance E. “The New England Textile Mills and the Capital Markets: a Study of Industrial Borrowing, 1840-1860.” Journal of Economic History 20 (March 1960): 1-30.

Dellheim, Charles. “The Creation of a Company Culture: Cadburys, 1861-1931.” American Historical Review 92 (February 1987): 13-44.

Eilert, John W. “Illinois Business Incorporations, 1816-1869.” Business History Review 37 (1963): 169-81.

Engerman, Stanley L. “The Economic Impact of the Civil War.” Explorations in Entrepreneurial History 3 (Spring-Summer 1966): 176-99.

Fels, Rendigs. “American Business Cycles, 1865-79.” American Economic Review 41 (June 1951): 325-49.

Gische, David M. “The New York City Banks and the Development of the National Banking System, 1860-1870.” American Journal of Legal History 23 (January 1979): 21-67.

Gutman, Herbert G. “Industrial Invasion of the Village Green.” Trans-Action (May-June 1966): n.p.

Libecap, Gary D. “Government Support of Private Claims to Public Minerals: Western Mineral Rights.” Business History Review 53 (Autumn 1979): 364-85.

Miscellaneous notes and contemporary documents on late 19th C business (three pieces).

Nash, Gerald D. “Industry and the Federal Government, 1850-1933.” Current History 48 (June 1965): 322-63.

North, Douglass C. “Early National Income Estimates of the U.S.” Economic Development and Cultural Change 9 (April 1961): 387-96.

Scheiber, Harry N. “Economic Change in the Civil War Era: an Analysis of Recent Studies.” Civil War History 11 (December 1965): 396-411.

Schmidt, Louis Bernard. “Internal Commerce and the Development of National Economy Before 1860.” Journal of Political Economy 47 (December 1939): 798-822.

Timberlake, Richard H. “Ideological Factors in Specie Resumption and Treasury Policy.” Journal of Economic History 24 (March 1964): 29-52.

Trescott, Paul B. “Federal Government Receipts and Expenditures, 1861-1875.” Journal of Economic History 26 (June 1966): 206-22.

Woodman, Harold D. “The Decline of Cotton After the Civil War.” American Historical Review 71 (July 1966): 1219-36.



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