File Box 4 – U.S. History

HYMAN COLLECTION

FILE BOX #4 UNITED STATES HISTORY Card 1Cella, Alexander J. “The People of Massachusetts, a New Republic, and the Constitution of 1780: the Evolution of Principles of Popular Control of Political Authority 1774-1780.” Suffolk University Law Review 14 (Sept. 1980): 975-1006.Hall, Kermit L. “Mostly Anchor and Little Sail: the Historical Development of American State Constitutions” (typescript, 1987).Hyman, Harold M. “State-Making, Law, and the Revolutionary Revolution” (typescript, n.d.).

Keller, Morton. “The Politics of State Constitutional Revision, 1820-1930.” In Kermit Hall, ed. The Constitutional Convention as an Amending Device.

Miscellaneous notes on revolutionary theory and state governments (one piece).

Myers, N. “Further Thoughts on State Constitutions: Critique of Jefferson.” In his Mind of the Founder (NY, 1973).

Onuf, Peter S. “State-Making in Revolutionary America: Independent Vermont as a Case Study.” Journal of American History 67 (March 1981): 797-815.

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Johnson, Herbert A. “Toward a Reappraisal of the ‘Federal’ Government: 1783-1789.” American Journal of Legal History 8 (1964): 314-25.

Miscellaneous notes, photocopies of original documents, and excerpts from contemporary documents on military affairs during Revolutionary War (200+ pieces)

Morris, Richard B. “The Great Peace of 1783.” Massachusetts Historical Society Proceedings 95 (1983): 29-51.

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McCormick, Richard P. “Ambiguous Authority: the Ordinances of the Confederation Congress, 1781-1789.” American Journal of Legal History 41 (Oct. 1997): 411-39.

Miscellaneous notes on state laws during Revolutionary period (two pieces).

Morgan, Edmund S. “The Political Establishments of the United States, 1784.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 23 (April 1966): 286-308.

Morris, Richard B. “The Confederation Period and the American Historian.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 13 (April 1956): 139-56.

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Andrews, Charles M. “The American Revolution: an Interpretation.” American Historical Review 31 (Jan. 1926): 219-32.

Barrow, Thomas C. “The American Revolution as a Colonial War for Independence.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 25 (July 1968): 452-64.

Blassingame, John W. “American Nationalism and Other Loyalties in the Southern Colonies, 1763-1775.” Journal of Southern History 34 (Feb. 1968): 50-75.

Boyd, Steven R. “Shays’ Rebellion and the Ratification Struggle.” In Robert Gross, ed., In Debt to Shays: the Bicentennial of an Agrarian Rebellion (Charlottesville, VA, 1991).

Buel, Richard. “Democracy and the American Revolution: a Frame of Reference.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 21 (April 1964): 165-90.

Calhoon, Robert M., ed. “‘A Sorrowful Spectator of These Tumultuous Times’: Robert Beverley Describes the Coming of the Revolution.” The Virginia Magazine 73 (Jan. 1965): 41-55.

Calhoon, Robert M. “‘Unhinging Former Intimacies’: Robert Beverley’s Perception of the Pre-Revolutionary Controversy, 1761-1775.” South Atlantic Quarterly 68.2 (1969): 246-61.

Echeverria, Durand. “The American Character: a Frenchman Views the New Republic from Philadelphia, 1777.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 16 (Jan. 1959): 376-413.

Feer, Robert A. “Shays’s Rebellion and the Constitution: a Study in Causation.” New England Quarterly 42.3 (1969): 388-410.

Friedman, Bernard. “The Shaping of the Radical Consciousness in Provincial New York.” Journal of American History 56 (March 1970): 781-801.

Higginbotham, Don. “American Historians and the Military History of the American Revolution.” American Historical Review 70 (Oct. 1964): 18-34.

Hutson, James H. “The Partition Treaty and the Declaration of American Independence.” Journal of American History 58 (March 1972): 877-96.

Jensen, Merrill. “The American People and the American Revolution.” Journal of American History 57 (June 1970): 5-35.

Kaplan, Sidney. “Rank and Status Among Massachusetts Continental Officers.” American Historical Review 56 (Jan. 1951): 318-26.

Klein, Milton M. “New York Lawyers and the Coming of the American Revolution.” New York History 55 (Oct. 1974): 23-47.

Labaree, Leonard W. “The Nature of American.” American Antiquarian Society Proceedings (April 1944): 3-46.

Main, Jackson T. “Social Origins of a Political Elite: the Upper House in the Revolutionary Era.” Huntington Library Quarterly 27 (Feb. 1964): 147-58.

Marshall, Peter. “The British Empire and the American Revolution.” Huntington Library Quarterly 27 (Feb. 1964): 135-45.

Marshall, Peter. “The First and Second British Empires: a Question of Demarcation.” History 49 (1964): 13-23.

Miller, Perry. “From the Covenant to the Revival.” In James Ward Smith and A. Leland Jamison, ed., The Shaping of American Religion (Princeton, 1961).

Miscellaneous notes on Revolutionary War period (eight pieces).

Morgan, Edmund S. “The American Revolution: Revisions in Need of Revising.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 14 (Jan. 1957): 3-15.

Nelson, John R. “Alexander Hamilton and American Manufacturing: a Reexamination.” Journal of American History 45 (March 1979): 971-95.

Quarles, Benjamin. “Lord Dunmore as Liberator.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 15 (Oct. 1958): 494-507.

Reid, John Phillip, ed. Excerpt from his The Briefs of the American Revolution: Constitutional Arguments Between Thomas Hutchinson, Governor of Massachusetts Bay, and James Bowdoin for the Council and John Adams for the House of Representatives (NYU, 1981).

Royster, Charles. “‘The Nature of Treason’: Revolutionary Virtue and American Reactions to Benedict Arnold.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 36 (April 1979): 162-93.

Schlesinger, Arthur M. “The Lost Meaning of ‘The Pursuit of Happiness’.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 21 (July 1964): 325-27.

Siebert, Wilbur H. “General Washington and the Loyalists.” American Antiquarian Society Proceedings (April 1933): 34-48.

Smith, Douglas G. “An Analysis of Two Federal Structures: the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution.” San Diego Law Review 34 (1997): 249-342.

Smith, Page. “David Ramsay and the Causes of the American Revolution.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 17 (Jan. 1960): 51-77.

Tate, Thad W. “The Coming of the Revolution in Virginia: Britain’s Challenge to Virginia’s Ruling Class, 1763-1776.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 19 (July 1962): 323-43.

Tolles, Frederick B. “The American Revolution Considered as a Social Movement: a Re-Evaluation.” American Historical Review 60 (Oct. 1954): 1-12.

Ver Steeg, Clarence L. “The American Revolution Considered as an Economic Movement.” Huntington Library Quarterly 20 (Aug. 1957): 361-72.

Washington, George. Letter to Congress of the Articles of Confederation, 17 Sept. 1787.

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Adair, Douglass. “The Tenth Federalist Revisited.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 8 (Jan. 1951): 48-67.

Banks, Margaret A. “Attitudes in the Philadelphia Convention Towards the British System of Government.” American Journal of Legal History 10 (Jan. 1966): 15-33.

Bernstein, Richard B. “Charting the Bicentennial.” Columbia Law Review 87.8 (1987): 1565-1624.

Black, Hugo L. “The Bill of Rights.” New York University Law Review 35 (April 1960): 865-81.

Bogue, Allan G., Jerome M. Clubb, Carroll R. McKibbin, and Santa A. Traugott. “Members of the House of Representatives and the Processes of Modernization, 1789-1960.” Journal of American History 63 (Sept. 1976): 275-302.

Brant, Irving. “Settling the Authorship of The Federalist.” American Historical Review 67 (Oct. 1961): 71-75.

Brogan, D.W. “The Quarrel over Charles Austin Beard and the American Constitution.” Economic History Review, second series, 18 (Aug. 1965): 199-223.

Elkins, Stanley, and Eric McKitrick. “The Founding Fathers: Young Men of the Revolution.” Political Science Quarterly 76.2 (1961): 181-216.

Farrand, Max. “Compromises of the Constitution.” American Historical Association Archives 1 (1903): 71-84.

Farrand, Max. “The Election and Term of the President.” Yale Review (April 1913): 511-20.

Farrand, Max. “George Washington in the Federal Convention.” Yale Review (Nov. 1907): 280-7.

Farrand, Max. “The Records of the Federal Convention.” American Historical Review 13 (Oct. 1907): 44-65.

Ferguson, E. James. “The Nationalists of 1781-1783 and the Economic Interpretation of the Constitution.” Journal of American History 56 (Sept. 1969): 241-61.

Finkelman, Paul. “Alexander Hamilton, Esq.: Founding Father as Lawyer.” American Bar Foundation Research Journal 1 (1984): 229-52.

Gerlach, Larry R. “Toward ‘a more perfect Union’: Connecticut, the Continental Congress, and the Constitutional Convention.” Connecticut Historical Society Bulletin 34 (July 1969): 65-78.

Handlin, Oscar, and Mary F. Handlin. “Radicals and Conservatives in Massachusetts After Independence.” New England Quarterly 17 (Sept. 1944): 343-55.

Hobson, Charles F. “The Negative on State Laws: James Madison, the Constitution, and the Crisis of Republican Government.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 36 (April 1979): 216-35.

Hofstadter, Richard. “Beard and the Constitution: the History of an Idea.” American Quarterly 2 (Fall 1950): 195-213.

Kammen, Michael. Constitutional Pluralism: Conflicting Interpretations of the Founders’ Intentions (paper presented before the 81st Annual Meeting of the American Jewish Committee, 1987).

Kenyon, Cecelia M. “Men of Little Faith: the Anti-Federalists on the Nature of Representative Government.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 12 (Jan. 1955): 3-43.

King, Brett W. “The Use of Supermajority Provisions in the Constitution: the Framers, The Federalist Papers and the Reinforcement of a Fundamental Principle.” Seton Hall Constitutional Law Journal 8.2 (1998): 363-414.

Kramer, Larry D. “Madison’s Audience.” Harvard Law Review 112 (1999): 611-79.

Lynd, Staughton. “Abraham Yates’s History of the Movement for the United States Constitution.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 20 (April 1963): 223-45.

Lynd, Staughton. “The Mechanics and the Constitution, 1777-1787″ (paper presented before the MVHA, 1963) (typescript).

Main, Jackson T. “Charles A. Beard and the Constitution: a Critical Review of Forrest McDonald’s We the People.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 17 (Jan. 1960): 86-110.

Mason, Alpheus Thomas. “The Federalist–a Split Personality.” American Historical Review 57 (April 1951): 25-43.

McDonald, Forrest. “The Anti-Federalists, 1781-1789.” Wisconsin Magazine of History 46 (Spring 1963): 206-14.

Miscellaneous note on Constitutional Convention (eighteen pieces).

Pole, J.R. “Suffrage and Representation in Massachusetts: a Statistical Note.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 14 (Oct. 1957): 560-92.

Roche, John P. “The Founding Fathers: a Reform Caucus in Action.” American Political Science Review 55 (Dec. 1961): 799-816.

Rogow, Arnold A. “The Federal Convention: Madison and Yates.” American Historical Review 60 (Jan. 1955): 323-35.

Roll, Charles W. “We, Some of the People: Apportionment in the Thirteen State Conventions Ratifying the Constitution.” Journal of American History 56 (June 1969): 21-40.

Slonim, Shlomo. “Motives at Philadelphia, 1787: Gordon Wood’s  Thesis Reexamined.” Law and History Review 16.3 (1998): 527-52.

Smith, William Raymond. “State Ratification of the Constitution: the Limits of Language” (typescript, n.d.).

Stampp, Kenneth M. “The Concept of a Perpetual Union.” Journal of American History 65 (June 1978): 5-33.

Thomas, Robert E. “A Reappraisal of Charles A. Beard’s An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States.” American Historical Review 57 (Jan. 1952): 370-75.

Viator, James Etienne. “Give Me That Old Time Historiography: Charles Beard and the Study of the Constitution.” Loyola Law Review 36.4 (1991): 981-1022.

Williams, William Appleman. “A Note on Charles Austin Beard’s Search for a General Theory of Causation.” American Historical Review (Oct. 1956): 59-80.

Wood, Gordon S. “‘Motives at Philadelphia’: a Comment on Slonim.” Law and History Review 16.3 (1998): 553-62.

Wright, Benjamin Fletcher. “Consensus and Continuity, 1776-1787″ (The Gaspar G. Bacon Lectures on the Constitution of the United States) (Boston University Press, 1958).

Zimmer, Anne Young, and Alfred H. Kelly. “Jonathan Boucher: Constitutional Conservative.” Journal of American History 58 (March 1972): 897-922.

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Boyd, Steven R. ”  the Acceptance of the Constitution: Pennsylvania, 1787-1792.” Publius: a Journal of Federalism 9 (Spring 1979): 123-37.

Boyd, Steven R. “The Impact of the Constitution on State Politics: New York as a Test Case.” In James K. Martin, ed., The Human Dimension of Nation Making (Madison, WI: State Historical Society of Wisconsin, 1976).

“The Early Republic: Federalism and Anti-Federalism: the loyal opposition” (typescript, n.d.).

Finkelman, Paul. ” the Loyal Opposition and the American Constitution (review of Storing’s The Complete Anti-Federalist).” Cornell Law Review 70 (1984): 182-207.

Kaminski, John P. “Preserving the Revolution:  the Bill of Rights” (paper presented before the OAH, 1991) (typescript).

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Bowling, Kenneth R. “‘A Tub to the Whale’: the Founding Fathers and Adoption of the Federal Bill of Rights.” Journal of the Early Republic 8 (Fall 1988): 223-51.

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“The American Presidency: Historical Precedents and Approaches to Leadership” (typescript, n.d.).

Barber, James David. “Psychological Dimensions of the Presidency” (typescript, n.d.).

Berman, Larry. “The President: Executive Energy and Republican Safety” (paper presented before the conference program “E Pluribus Unum: Constitutional Principles and the Institutions of Government,” October 16-18, 1986, Dallas, TX) (typescript).

Connant, Ralph W. “The Presidency and Intergovernmental Relations” (typescript, 1976).

Current, Richard N. “The Lincoln Presidents.” Presidential Studies Quarterly 9 (Winter 1979): 25-35.

Hyneman, Charles S., and Donald S. Lutz, ed. Excerpts from their American Political Writing During the Founding Era, 1760-1805 (Indianapolis: Liberty Press, 1983).

James, Dorothy Buckton. “The Institutionalized Presidency: the White House Staff” (typescript, n.d.).

Miscellaneous notes on the Constitution as a democratic document (one piece).

Mueller, John E. “Public Opinion and the Presidency” (typescript, n.d.).

Nathan, Richard P. “The President as a Manager of the Bureaucracy: Present and Future” (typescript, 1976).

Plesur, Milton. “Eros in the White House: Aspects of Presidential Sexuality” (typescript, n.d.).

Pomper, Gerald M. “Selection of the President” (typescript, n.d.).

Strum, Philippa. “Foreign Policy-Making in a Contemporary Presidency” (typescript, n.d.).

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Mahoney, Dennis J. “The Separation of Powers: Today’s Views” (paper presented at the conference on “Constitutional Principles and the Institutions of Government,” University of Dallas, Oct. 16-18, 1986) (typescript).

Orth, John V. “‘Forever Separate and Distinct’: Separation of Powers in North Carolina.” North Carolina Law Review 62.1 (1984): 1-28.

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McCormick, Richard. “Political Parties in the United States: Reinterpreting Their Natural History” (paper presented before the OAH, 1984) (typescript).

Slonim, Shlomo. “The Electoral College at Philadelphia: the Evolution of an Ad Hoc Congress for the Selection of a President.” Journal of American History 73 (June 1986): 35-58.

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Boyd, Steven R. “Political Choice–Political Justice: the Case of the Pennsylvania Loyalists.” In Michael Belknap, ed., American Political Trials (Westport, CT: Greenwood, 1981).

Conley, Patrick T. “Posterity Views the Founding: General Published Works Pertaining to the Creation of the Constitution; a bibliographic essay.” In P.T. Conley and John P. Kaminski, ed., The Constitution and the States (Madison, WI: Madison House, 1988).

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“The American Presidency: Its History and Its Politics” (typescript, n.d.).

Boyd, Steven R. “The Impact of the Constitution: the Federal Era.” In Ronald Hoffman, ed., Launching the Extended Republic (Charlottesville: UP Virginia, 1996).

Brown, Ralph Adams. “John Adams, President of the United States, 1797-1801″ (typescript, n.d.).

Dargo, George. “The Private Law.” In his Law in the New Republic: Private Law and the Public Estate (Knopf, 1983).

Ely, James W. Excerpts from his The Guardian of Every Other Right: A Constitutional History of Property Rights (Oxford, 1997).

Martin, James Kirby. “The Historical Context of the Constitution: the Founding Fathers and Their Perceptions of Reality, 1776-1787″ (typescript, 1981).

Miscellaneous notes on Constitutional Convention (two pieces).

Schlesinger, Arthur M. “What the Founding Fathers Intended.” In his The Imperial Presidency (Houghton Mifflin, 1973).

Schwartz, Bernard. Excerpt from his The Reins of Power: a Constitutional History of the United States (Hill and Wang, 1963).

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Becker, Carl. “What Is Still Living in the Political Philosophy of Thomas Jefferson.” American Historical Review 48 (July 1943): 691-706.

Cooper, Joseph. “Jeffersonian Attitudes Toward Executive Leadership and Committee Development in the House of Representatives, 1789-1829.” Western Political Quarterly 18 (March 1965): 45-63.

Grampp, William D. “A Re-Examination of Jeffersonian Economics.” Southern Economic Journal 12 (Jan. 1946): 263-82.

Greene, Jack P. “From the Perspective of Law: Context and Legitimacy in the Origins of the American Revolution.” South Atlantic Quarterly 85.1 (1986): 56-77.

Harrold, Frances. “The Upper House in Jeffersonian Political Theory.” Virginia Magazine 78 (1970): 281-94.

Hay, Robert P. “The Glorious Departure of the American Patriarchs: Contemporary Reactions to the Deaths of Jefferson and Adams.” Journal of Southern History 35 (Nov. 1969): 543-55.

Lynd, Staughton. “Beard, Jefferson, and the Tree of Liberty.” Mid-continent American Studies Journal 9 (1968): 8-22.

Miscellaneous notes on post-revolutionary politics (two pieces).

Peterson, Merrill D. “Thomas Jefferson and Commercial Policy, 1783-1793.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 22 (Oct. 1965): 584-610.

Post, David M. “Jeffersonian Revisions of Locke: Education, Property-Rights, and Liberty.” Journal of the History of Ideas 47 (Jan.-March 1986): 147-57.

Prince, Carl E. “The Passing of the Aristocracy: Jefferson’s Removal of the Federalists, 1801-1805.” Journal of American History 57 (Dec. 1970): 563-75.

Rakove, Jack N. “James Madison and the Extended Republic: Theory and Practice in American Politics.” This Constitution (Summer 1984): 16-22.

Shalhope, Robert E. “Thomas Jefferson’s Republicanism and Antebellum Southern Thought.” Journal of Southern History 42.4 (1976): 529-56.

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Adair, Douglass. “Rumbold’s Dying Speech, 1685, and Jefferson’s Last Words on Democracy, 1826.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 9 (Oct. 1952): 521-31.

Brown, Robert E. “Democracy in Colonial Massachusetts.” New England Quarterly 25 (Sept. 1952): 291-313.

Brown, Robert E. “Liberalism, Conservatism, and History.” Centennial Review 12 (Summer 1963): 317-26.

Cary, John. “Statistical Method and the Brown Thesis on Colonial Democracy.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 20 (April 1963): 251-76.

Coker, Frances W. “Some Present-Day Critics of Liberalism.” American Political Science Review 47 (March 1953): 1-27.

Conkin, Paul. “Liberalism and Conservatism: a Definitional Analysis” (paper presented before the OAH, 1971) (typescript).

Kristol, Irving. “American Historians and the Democratic Idea.” American Scholar 39 (Winter 1969-70): 89-104.

Lemisch, Jesse, and John K. Alexander. “The White Oaks, Jack Tar, and the Concept of the ‘Inarticulate’.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 29 (Jan. 1972): 109-42.

Lokken, Roy N. “The Concept of Democracy in Colonial Political Thought.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 16 (Oct. 1959): 568-80.

Pole, J.R. “Historians and the Problem of Early American Democracy.” American Historical Review 67 (April 1962): 626-46.

Pole, J.R. “Representation and Authority in Virginia from the Revolution to Reform.” Journal of Southern History 24 (Feb. 1958): 16-50.

Raichle, Donald R. Excerpts from his The Image of the Constitution in American History: a Study in Historical Writing from David Ramsay to John Fiske (dissertation, 1956).

Rothbard, Murray N. “The Foreign Policy of the Old Right” (paper presented before the OAH, 1972) (typescript).

Schlesinger, Arthur M. “Radicalism and Conservatism in American History.” In his New Viewpoints in American History (Macmillan, 1926).

Scigliano, Robert. “The Framers’ Congress” (paper presented before the conference on “Constitutional Principles and the Institution of Government,” University of Dallas, Oct. 16-18, 1986) (typescript).

Smith, Timothy L. “Protestant Schooling and American Nationality, 1800-1850.” Journal of American History 53 (March 1967): 679-95.

Tonsor, S.J. “The Conservative Element in American Liberalism” (paper presented before the OAH, 1972).

Viereck, Peter. “The Rootless ‘Roots’: Defects in the New Conservatism.” Antioch Review (Summer 1955): 217-29.

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Greene, Jack P. The Intellectual Heritage of the Constitutional Era: the Delegates’ Library (Philadelphia: The Library Company of Philadelphia, 1986) (pamphlet).

McConnell, Michael W. “Tradition and Constitutionalism Before the Constitution.” University of Illinois Law Review 1 (1998): 173-98.

Pole, J.R. “The Ancient World in the New Republic: the Founders’ Use of History” (source unknown).

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Appleby, Joyce. “Commercial Farming and the ‘Agrarian Myth’ in the Early Republic.” The Journal of American History 68.4 (1982): 833-49.

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Miscellaneous notes on U.S. government 1789-1800 (twelve pieces).

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Ammon, Harry. “The Genet Mission and the Development of American Political Parties.” Journal of American History 52 (March 1966): 725-41.

Anderson, Frank Maloy. “The Enforcement of the Alien and Sedition Laws.” American Historical Association Annual Report (1912): 115-26.

Bates, Whitney K. “Northern Speculators and Southern State Debts: 1790.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 19 (Jan. 1962): 30-48.

Boller, Paul F. “George Washington and Religious Liberty.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 17 (Oct. 1960): 486-506.

D., Alexander. “Growing Pains of the New Republic.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 17 (July 1960): 341-57.

Fischer, David H. “The Myth of the Essex Junto.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 21 (April 1964): 191-235.

Hyman, Harold M. “George Washington: From ‘Almost Dictatorial Powers’ in 1776 to Tax Collector in 1794; or, Making the Constitution Work” (typescript, n.d.).

Malone, Dumas. “Presidential Leadership and National Unity: the Jeffersonian Example.” Journal of Southern History 35 (Feb. 1969): 3-17.

Meyer, Freeman W. “A Note on the Origins of the ‘Hamiltonian System’.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 21 (Oct. 1964): 579-88.

Miscellaneous notes on U.S. government 1800-1850 (thirty pieces).

O’Dwyer, Margaret M. “A French Diplomat’s View of Congress, 1790.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 21 (July 1964): 408-44.

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Kohn, Richard H. “The Washington Administration’s Decision to Crush the Whiskey Rebellion.” Journal of American History 59 (Dec. 1972): 567-84.

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Egerton, Douglas R. “Gabriel’s Conspiracy and the Election of 1800.” Journal of Southern History 56 (May 1990): 191-214.

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Appleby, Joyce. “Historians, Community, and the Pursuit of Jefferson: Comment on Professor Tomlins.” In Karen Owen and Stephen Skowronek, ed., Studies in American Political Development (Yale, 1989): 35-45.

Tomlins, Christopher L. “Law, Police, and the Pursuit of Happiness in the New American Republic.” In Karen Owen and Stephen Skowronek, ed., Studies in American Political Development (Yale, 1989): 3-34.

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The Address of The Minority in the Virginia Legislature to the People of That State; containing a Vindication of the Constitutionality of the Alien and Sedition Laws (Albany: Printed by L. Andrews, n.d.) (pamphlet).

Bemis, Samuel Flagg. “Washington’s Farewell Address: a Foreign Policy of Independence.” American Historical Review 39 (Jan. 1934): 250-68.

D., Alexander. “Washington’s Farewell Address, the French Alliance, and the Election of 1796.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 43 (March 1957): 641-58.

Finkelman, Paul. “The Sedition Act Crisis and the Meaning of Liberty” (unpublished typescript, 1988).

Henderson, Dwight F. “Treason, Sedition, and Fries’ Rebellion.” American Journal of Legal History 14 (1970): 308-18.

Miscellaneous notes on the Alien and Sedition Acts (one piece).

Ritcheson, Charles R. “Anglo-American Relations, 1783-1794.” South Atlantic Quarterly 58 (Summer 1959): 364-80.

Smelser, Marshall. “George Washington and the Alien and Sedition Acts.” American Historical Review 59 (Jan. 1954): 322-34.

Smith, James Morton. “Alexander Hamilton, the Alien Law, and Seditious Libels.” Review of Politics 16 (July 1954): 305-33.

Smith, James Morton. “Background for Repression: America’s Half-War with France and the Internal Security Legislation of 1798.” Huntington Library Quarterly 18 (Nov. 1954): 37-58.

Smith, James Morton. “President John Adams, Thomas Cooper, and Sedition: a Case Study in Suppression.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 13 (Dec. 1955): 438-65.

Smith, James Morton. “Sedition in the Old Dominion: James T. Callender and The Prospect Before Us.Journal of Southern History 20 (May 1954): 157-82.

Smith, James Morton. “The Sedition Law, Free Speech, and the American Political Process.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 9 (Oct. 1952): 497-511.

Smith, James Morton. “The Sedition Law of 1798 and the Right of Petition: the Attempted Prosecution of Jedidiah Peck.” New York History (Jan. 1954).

Smith, James Morton. “Sedition, Suppression, and Speech: a Comic Footnote on the Enforcement of the Sedition Law of 1798.” Quarterly Journal of Speech 11 (Oct. 1954): 284-7.

Weinberg, Albert K. “Washington’s ‘Great Rule’ In Its Historical Evolution.” In E.F. Goldman, ed., Historiography and Urbanization: Essays in American History in Honor of W. Stull Holt (Johns Hopkins UP, 1941): 109-38.

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Costa, Gregg. “John Marshall, the Sedition Act, and Free Speech in the Early Republic.” Texas Law Review 77 (March 1999): 1011-47.

Preyer, Kathryn. “United States v. Callender: Judge and Jury in a Republican Society.” In M. Marcus, ed., Origins of the Federal Judiciary: Essays on the Judiciary Act of 1789 (Oxford UP, 1992): 173-95.

Risjord, Norman K. and Gordon DenBoer. “The Evolution of Political Parties in Virginia, 1782-1800.” Journal of American History 60 (March 1974): 961-84.

Sharp, James Roger. “The  Conception of Party: the Development of the Idea of a Loyal Opposition” (paper presented at the University of California, Berkeley, June 8, 1977) (typescript).

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Koch, Adrienne and Ammon, Harry. “The Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions: an Episode in Jefferson’s and Madison’s Defense of Civil Liberties.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 5 (1948): 145-76.

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Note by Nathan Dane on states’ rights, 1829 (one piece).

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Daly, John Charles, moderator. An Imperial Judiciary: Fact or Myth? (American Enterprise Institute, 1978) (pamphlet).

Kammen, Michael. The Problem of Constitutionalism in American Culture (Irving, TX: The Bicentennial Project of the University of Dallas, 1985) (pamphlet).

Kutler, Stanley I. “A Sword for a Scabbard: Reflections on the Making of the Judiciary Act of 1789.” Nova Law Review 14 (1989): 97-110.

Note on John Jay and John Marshall as Chief Justices (one piece).

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Miscellaneous notes on early U.S. judicial review cases (seven pieces).

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Conley, Patrick T. “Rhode Island’s Paper Money Issue and Trevett v. Weeden (1786).” Rhode Island History 28-30 (1969-71): 95-109.

Miscellaneous notes on judicial review (one piece).

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Abraham, Henry J., and Perry, Barbara A. “The Fascinating World of ‘Due Process of Law’.” In their Freedom and the Court: Civil Rights and Liberties in the United States, sixth edition (Oxford UP, 1994).

Bodenhamer, David. “Due Process in the New Republic” (paper presented before the OAH, 1991) (typescript).

Currie, David P. “The Constitution in Congress: the Third Congress, 1793-1795.” University of Chicago Law Review 63 (Winter 1996): 1-48.

Freyer, Tony. “The Supreme Court and Progressivism: Bickel and Schmidt’s History of the Supreme Court.” American Bar Foundation Research Journal 4 (1987): 817-34.

Katz, Stanley N. “Official History: the Holmes Devise History of the Supreme Court.” Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 141 (Sept. 1997): 297-304.

McGinnis, John O. “The Once and Future Property-Based Vision of the First Amendment.” University of Chicago Law Review 63 (Winter 1996): 49-132.

Miscellaneous notes on Supreme Court (two pieces).

Schultz, David. “Political Theory and Legal History: Conflicting Depictions of Property in the American Political Founding.” American Journal of Legal History 37 (Oct. 1993): 464-95.

Ward, Kenneth. “Alexander Bickel’s Theory of Judicial Review Reconsidered.” Arizona State Law Journal 38 (Fall 1986): 893-926.

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Richards, Neil M. “Clio and the Court: a Reassessment of the Supreme Court’s Use of History.” Journal of Law and Politics 13 (Fall 1997): 809-91.

Strauss, Peter L. “The Courts and the Congress: Should Judges Disdain Political History?” Columbia Law Review 98 (Jan. 1998): 242-66.

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“The Flying Fish. Little et al. et al. United States Reports 5-6 (1804): 170-79.

Hall, Kermit L. The Supreme Court and Judicial Review in American History (American Historical Association, 1985) (pamphlet).

“James Madison and the Constitution.” Benchmark: a Bimonthly Report on the Constitution and the Courts 3 (Jan.-April 1987) (whole issue).

Knudson, Jerry W. “The Jeffersonian Assault on the Federalist Judiciary, 1802-1805; Political Forces and Press Reaction.” American Journal of Legal History 14 (Jan. 19709): 55-75.

Miscellaneous notes on judicial review (ten pieces).

Mr. Madison’s Constitution and the Twenty-First Century: a Report from the Williamsburg Conference 1988 (American Historical Association, 1988) (pamphlet).

Reid, John Phillip. “Another Origin of Judicial Review: the Constitutional Crisis of 1776 and the Need for a Dernier Judge.” New York University Law Review 64 (Nov. 1989): 963-89.

Roper, Donald M. “Judicial Unanimity and the Marshall Court: a Road to Reappraisal.” American Journal of Legal History 9 (1965): 118-34.

Wiecek, William M. Constitutional Development in a Modernizing Society: the United States, 1803 to 1917 (American Historical Association, 1985) (pamphlet).

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Adams, John Quincy. Miscellaneous quotes (three pieces).

Faulkner, Robert K. “John Marshall and the Burr Trial.” Journal of American History 53 (Sept. 1966): 247-58.

Johnson, Herbert. “The Rule of Law and Judicial Review: the Marshall Constitution, 1801-15″ (paper presented before the AHA, 1978) (typescript).

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Notes on Jefferson appearing in court, 1795 (one piece).

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Graglia, Lino A. “The Growth of National Judicial Power.” Nova Law Review 14 (1989): 53-67.

Graglia, Lino A. “Judicial Activism: Even on the Right, It’s Wrong.” The Public Interest 95 (Spring 1989): 57-74.

Graglia, Lino A. “Response by Lino Graglia.” Nova Law Review 14 (1989): 83-95.

Note on the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court (one piece).

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Leslie, William R. “A Study in the Origins of Interstate Rendition: the Big Beaver Creek Murders.” American Historical Review 57 (Oct. 1951): 63-76.

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Farnham, Thomas J. “The Federal-State Issue and the Louisiana Purchase.” Louisiana History 6 (Winter 1965): 5-25.

Note on Louisiana Purchase (one piece).

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Miscellaneous notes on the new territories (nine pieces).

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Henderson, Dwight F. “Civil Liberties and the War of 1812″ (paper presented before the Third Conference for Historians of the Early American Republic, Sept. 24-25, 1981).

Miscellaneous notes on the Burr Conspiracy (two pieces).

Morris, R.B. “The Trial of Aaron Burr: Monomania or Treason?” In his Fair Trial (New York, 1953): 119-55.

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Fisher, Louis. “The Curious Belief in Judicial Supremacy.” Suffolk University Law Review 25 (1991): 85-116.

Kutler, Stanley I. Review of Magrath’s Yazoo: Law and Politics in the New Republic. New York University Law Review 42 (April 1967): 391-5.

Mathis, Doyle. “Chisholm v. Georgia: Background and Settlement.” Journal of American History 55 (June 1967): 19-29.

Note on factionalism and the Constitution (one piece).

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Jacobs, Clyde E. “Prelude to Amendment: the States Before the Court.” American Journal of Legal History 12 (Jan. 1968): 19-40.

Miscellaneous notes on judicial review (eleven pieces).

Orth, John V. “The Truth About Justice Iredell’s Dissent in Chisholm v. Georgia (1793).” North Carolina Law Review 73 (Nov. 1994): 255-70.

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Campbell, Bruce A. “John Marshall, the Virginia Political Economy, and the Dartmouth College Decision.” American Journal of Legal History 19 (Jan. 1975): 40-65.

Miscellaneous notes on the Dartmouth College Decision (four pieces).

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Abrams, Albertina A. Excerpts from her The Policy of the National Education Association Toward Federal Aid to Education, 1857-1953 (diss., U Michigan, 1954) (one piece).

Andrews, Sidney. “The School Men and Their Bureau.” Old and New 1 (March 1870): 373-9.

“Bayonets and School-Houses.” The Nation (18 Jan. 1866): 71

Blassingame, John W. “The Union Army as an Educational Institution for Negroes, 1862-1865.” Journal of Negro Education 34 (Spring 1965): 152-8.

Bulkley, J.W. “Town, County, and State Associations for Educational Purposes.” Journal of the Proceedings of the American National School and the National Teacher’s Association 5 (Aug. 1864): 185-8.

“A Bureau of Education.” The Educational Monthly 3 (July 1866): 270-1 (rpt. from Round Table, below).

“A Bureau of Education.” The Round Table 3 (12 May 1866): 290.

Crofts, Daniel W. “The Black Response to the Blair Education Bill.” Journal of Southern History 37 (Feb. 1971): 41-65.

“Congress and National Education.” The Round Table 3 (16 June 1866): 376.

Denenberg, Dennis. “The Missing Link: New England’s Influence on Early National Educational Policies.” New England Quarterly 52 (1979): 219-33.

Doyle, Elisabeth Joan. “Nurseries of Treason: Schools in Occupied New Orleans.” Journal of Southern History 26 (May 1960): 161-79.

Duncan, Richard R. “The Impact of the Civil War on Education in Maryland.” Maryland Historical Magazine (March 1966): 37-52.

Eaton, John. Excerpt from his Grant, Lincoln, and the Freedmen (NY: Longmans, Green, 1907).

Eaton, John. “The Relation of the National Government to Public Education.” Journal of the Proceedings of the American National School and the National Teacher’s Association 10 (17 Aug. 1870): 111-30.

Flynt, Wayne. “Southern Higher Education and the Civil War.” Civil War History 14 (Sept. 1968): 211-25.

Frazer, Walter J. “John Eaton, Jr., Radical Republican: Champion of the Negro and Federal Aid to Southern Education, 1869-1882.” Tennessee Historical Quarterly 25 (Fall 1966): 239-60.

Fuke, Richard Paul. “The Baltimore Association for the Moral and Educational Improvement of the Colored People, 1864-1870.” Maryland Historical Magazine 66.4 (1971): 369-404.

Gardiner, Charles A. “A Constitutional and Educational Solution of the Negro Problem.” Journal of the University of the State of New York (29 June 1903): 155-224.

Greene, Samuel. “The Educational Duties of the Hour.” Journal of the Proceedings of the American National School and the National Teacher’s Association 6 (Aug. 1865): 229-43.

Harlan, Louis R. “Desegregation in New Orleans Public Schools during Reconstruction.” American Historical Review 67 (April 1962): 663-75.

Harris, William T. “On a National University.” Journal of the Proceedings of the American National School and the National Teacher’s Association 14 (Aug. 1874): 78-87.

Hawkins, Hugh. “Charles W. Eliot, Daniel C. Gilman and the Nurture of American Scholarship.” New England Quarterly 39 (Sept. 1966): 291-308.

Hawkins, Hugh. “Charles W. Eliot, University Reform, and Religious Faith in America, 1869-1909.” Journal of American History 51 (Sept. 1964): 191-213.

Hoar, George F. “Education in Congress.” Old and New 5 (May 1872): 599-605.

Hosford, O. “The Relations of the National Government to Education.” Journal of the Proceedings of the American National School and the National Teacher’s Association 7 (Aug. 1866): 50-8.

Hough, Franklin B. “Constitutional Provisions” (Educational) (state provisions for education, 1860-72).

“Industrial Colleges.” Educational Monthly 1 (April 1864): 116-7.

Kousser, J. Morgan. “Dead End: the Development of Nineteenth Century Litigation on Racial Discrimination in Schools” (paper presented before the SHA, 1980) (typescript).

Mayo, A.D. “The Work of Certain Northern Churches in the Education of the Freedmen, 1861-1900.” In U.S. Dept. of the Interior. Annual Report 1 (1902): 285-314.

Miscellaneous notes on nineteenth century U.S. education (nineteen pieces).

“National Education.” Educational Monthly 1 (May 1864): 147-8.

“National Education.” Educational Monthly 4 (April 1867): 146-8.

“National Education.–A National Bureau.” Educational Monthly 2 (March 1865): 86-7.

Photostat of loyalty oath and other papers, 1778 (one piece).

Rabinowitz, Howard N. “Half a Loaf: the Shift from White to Black Teachers in the Negro Schools of the Urban South, 1865-1890.” Journal of Southern History 60 (Nov. 1974): 565-94.

“‘Reconstruction’. The Educational Basis.” American Educational Monthly 2 (Oct. 1865): 314-5.

Smith, Glenn. “Founding of the U.S. Office of Education.” Educational Forum 31 (Nov.-May 1966-7): 307-22.

Smith, James M. “The ‘Separate but Equal’ Doctrine: an Abolitionist Discusses Racial Segregation and Educational Policy During the Civil War.” Journal of Negro History 41 (April 1956): 138-47.

Solberg, Winton U. “The Conflict Between Religion and Secularism at the University of Illinois, 1867-1894.” American Quarterly 18 (Summer 1966): 183-99.

Vaughn, William P. “Partners in Segregation: Barnas Sears and the Peabody Fund.” Civil War History 10 (Sept. 1964): 260-74.

“The War and Education.” American Educational Monthly (May 1864): 146-7.

Warren, Donald R. “The U.S. Department of Education: a Reconstruction Promise to Black Americans.” Journal of Negro Education 43.4 (1974): 437-51.

White, Andrew D. “The Relations of the National and State Governments to Advanced Education.” Old and New 10 (Oct. 1874): 475-94.

White, E.E. “National Bureau of Education.” American Journal of Education 16 (March 1866): 177-86.

White, S.H. “A National Bureau of Education.” Proceedings and Lectures of the National Education Association 5 (Aug. 1863): 180-4.

Wickersham, J.P. “Education as an Element in Reconstruction.” Journal of the Proceedings of the American National School and the National Teacher’s Association 6 (Aug. 1865): 283-97.

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Herget, James E. “The Law and School Districts in Illinois.” State Historical Society of Illinois Journal (May 1979): 123-38.

Kelly, Alfred H. “The Congressional Controversy Over School Segregation, 1867-1875.” American Historical Review 64 (April 1959): 537-63.

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Brown, Richard D. “The Agricultural College Land Grant in Kansas: Selection and Disposal.” Agricultural History 37 (April 1963): 94-111.

Carstensen, Vernon. “Introduction.” In his The Public Lands: Studies in the History of the Public Domain (Madison, WI: U Wisconsin, 1963).

Hibbard, Benjamin Horace. “Land Grants for Educational Purposes.” In his A History of the Public Land Policies (NY: Macmillan, 1924).

Holmes, Dwight Oliver. “The Boards Under Other Northern Denominations.” In his The Evolution of the Negro College (NY: Teachers College Press,1934).

Johnson, Eldon L. “Misconceptions About the Early Land-Grant Colleges.” Journal of Higher Education 52.4 (1981): 333-51.

LeDuc, Thomas. “State Disposal of the Agricultural College Land Scrip.” In Vernon Carstensen, ed., The Public Lands: Studies in the History of the Public Domain (Madison, WI: U Wisconsin, 1963).

“Major Federal Legislation Concerning Land-Grant Colleges as of October 1, 1938.” In George A. Works and Barton Morgan, ed., The Land Grant Colleges (Staff Study No. 10) (Washington, DC: GPO, 1939).

McCain, James A. “Designed for Relevance: the Land-Grant Universities.” Centennial Review (Winter 1970): 91-107.

Merk, Fredrick. “Introduction.” In David M. Ellis, ed., The Frontier in American Development: Essays in Honor of Paul William Gates (Ithaca, NY: Cornell UP, 1969).

Mulhern, James. “The American School System: Laying the Foundation of State Education.” In his A History of Education: A Social Interpretation, 2nd edition (NY: The Ronald Press, 1959).

Petersen, Merrill. “Thomas Jefferson and the Foundation of Free Government in the Northwest” (speech presented at Marietta College Founders’ Day Convocation, 1984) (typescript).

Raup, Philip M. “Introduction.” In Vernon Carstensen, ed., The Public Lands: Studies in the History of the Public Domain (Madison, WI: U Wisconsin, 1963).

Ross, Earle D. “The Land-Grant College: a Democratic Adaptation.” Agriculture History 15 (Jan. 1941): 26-36.

Shannon, Samuel H. “Land-Grant College Legislation and Black Tennesseans: a Case Study in the Politics of Education.” History of Education Quarterly 2 (Summer 1992): 139-57.

Soltow, Lee. “Land Fragmentation as an Index of History in the Virginia Military District of Ohio.” Explorations in Economic History 20 (1983): 263-73.

Treat, Payson Jackson. “Land Grants for Education.” In his The National Land System, 1785-1820 (NY: E.B. Treat, 1910).

Treat, Payson Jackson. “Origin of the National Land System Under the Confederation.” In Vernon Carstensen, ed., The Public Lands: Studies in the History of the Public Domain (Madison, WI: U Wisconsin, 1963).

Varg, Paul A. “The Land Grant Philosophy and Liberal Education.” Centennial Review 6 (1962): 435-44.

Wennersten, John R., and Wennersten, Ruth Ellen. “Separate and Unequal: the Evolution of a Black Land Grant College in Maryland, 1890-1930.” Maryland Historical Magazine 71 (Spring 1977): 110-17.

Works, George A., and Morgan, Barton, ed. “Introduction” and “Some Final Considerations” in their The Land Grant Colleges (Staff Study No. 10) (Washington, DC: GPO, 1939).

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Leland, C.G. “The Soldier and the Civilian.” Continental Monthly 2 (Sept. 1862): 281-4.

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Roberts, Derrell. “The University of Georgia and Georgia’s Civil War G.I. Bill.” Georgia Historical Quarterly 49 (Sept. 1965): 418-23.

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Larson, Gustive O. “Federal Government Efforts to ‘Americanize’ Utah Before Admission to Statehood” (paper presented before the AHA, 1968) (typescript).

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Bell, Daniel. “Passion and Politics in America.” Encounter 6 (Jan. 1956): 54-61.

Dudden, Arthur P. “Men Against Monopoly: the Prelude to Trust-Busting.” Journal of the History of Ideas 18 (Oct. 1957): 587-93.

Gutman, Herbert G. “Work, Culture, and Society in Industrializing America, 1815-1919.” American Historical Review 78 (June 1973): 531-88.

Heimert, Alan. “Puritanism, the Wilderness, and the Frontier.” New England Quarterly 26 (Sept. 1953): 361-82.

Higham, John. “Hanging Together: Divergent Unities in American History.” Journal of American History 61 (June 1974): 5-28.

Iggers, Georg G. “The Idea of Progress: a Critical Reassessment.” American Historical Review 71 (Oct. 1965): 1-17.

Kendall, and Carey, George W. “What Is Traditional Amongst Us?” In their The Basic Symbols of the American Political Tradition (Baton Rouge: LSU Press, 1970).

Marshall, Lynn L., and Drescher, Seymour. “American Historians and Tocqueville’s Democracy.” Journal of American History 55 (Dec. 1968): 512-32.

Morris, Richard B. “‘We the People of the United States’: the Bicentennial of a People’s Revolution.” American Historical Review 82 (Feb. 1977): 1-19.

North, Douglass C. “International Capital Flows and the Development of the American West.” Journal of Economic History 16 (Dec. 1956): 493-505.

Pessen, Edward. “Social Mobility in American History: Some Brief Reflections.” Journal of Southern History 45 (May 1979): 165-84.

Pomeroy, Earl. “Toward a Reorientation of Western History: Continuity and Environment.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 41 (March 1955): 579-600.

Schlesinger, Arthur. “America: Experiment or Destiny?” American Historical Review 82 (June 1977): 505-30.

Shannon, Fred A. “Culture and Agriculture in America.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 41 (1954): 3-20.

Smith, Henry Nash. “The West as an Image of the American Past.” University of Kansas City Review 18 (Autumn 1951): 29-40.

Welter, Rush. “The Frontier West as Image of American Society: Conservative Attitudes Before the Civil War.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 46 (March 1960): 593-614.

White, Lynn. “The Legacy of the Middle Ages in the American Wild West.” Speculum 40 (April 1965): 191-202.

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Downs, Robert B. “The Role of the Academic Librarian, 1876-1976.” In Richard D. Johnson, ed., Libraries for Teaching, Libraries for Research (Chicago: American Library Association, 1976).

Holley, Edward G. “Academic Libraries in 1876.” In Richard D. Johnson, ed., Libraries for Teaching, Libraries for Research (Chicago: American Library Association, 1976).

Lacey, Paul A. “Views of a Luddite.” College and Research Libraries (March 1982): 110-8.

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Sklar, Kathryn Kish. “Florence Kelley and the Women’s World of Progressive Reform: Protective Labor Legislation for Women and Children in Illinois in 1893″ (paper presented before the OAH, 1984) (typescript).

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Friedman, Lawrence J. Excerpts from his Inventors of the Promised Land (NY: Knopf, 1975).

Gates, Paul Wallace. “The Homestead Act: Free Land Policy in Operation, 1862-1935.” In Howard W. Ottoson, ed., Land Use Policy and Problems in the United States (Lincoln: U Nebraska, 1963).

Gates, Paul Wallace. “The Homestead Law in an Incongruous Land System.” In Vernon Carstensen, ed., The Public Lands: Studies in the History of the Public Domain (Madison, WI: U Wisconsin, 1963).

Higham, John. “Herbert Baxter Adams and the Study of Local History.” American Historical Review 89 (Dec. 1984): 1225-39.

LeDuc, Thomas. “History and Appraisal of U.S. Land Policy to 1862.” In Howard W. Ottoson, ed., Land Use Policy and Problems in the United States (Lincoln: U Nebraska, 1963).

LeDuc, Thomas. “Public Policy, Private Investment, and Land Use in American Agriculture, 1825-1875.” Agricultural History 37.1 (1963): 3-9.

Rossiter, Margaret W. “Doctorates for American Women, 1868-1907.” History of Education Quarterly 22 (Summer 1982): 159-83.

Sandoz, Mari. “The Homestead in Perspective.” In Howard W. Ottoson, ed., Land Use Policy and Problems in the United States (Lincoln: U Nebraska, 1963).

Shannon, Fred A. “The Homestead Act and the Labor Surplus.” In Vernon Carstensen, ed., The Public Lands: Studies in the History of the Public Domain (Madison, WI: U Wisconsin, 1963).

Young, Mary E. “Congress Looks West: Liberal Ideology and Public Land Policy in the Nineteenth Century.” In David M. Ellis, ed., The Frontier in American Development: Essays in Honor of Paul William Gates (Ithaca, NY: Cornell UP, 1969).

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Lunde, Erik S. “Political Images of the American Nation, 1860-1876″ (paper presented before the OAH, 1972) (typescript).

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Aldrich, P. Emory. “Remarks of P. Emory Aldrich on the Ordinance of 1787.” Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 5 (April 1888): 343-47.

Barnhart, John. Excerpt from his Valley of Democracy (Bloomington: Indiana UP, 1953).

Berkhofer, Robert J. “Providing for the Expansion of a Republican Empire: From Jefferson’s Ordinance of 1784 to the Northwest Ordinance” (unpublished paper, 1968) (typescript).

Eblen, Jack E. “Origins of the United States Colonial System: the Ordinance of 1787.” Wisconsin Magazine of History 4 (Summer 1968): 294-314.

Finkelman, Paul. “The Northwest Ordinance: a Constitution for an Empire of Liberty.” In Pathways to the Old Northwest (Indiana State Historical Society, 1988).

Innes, Stephen. Excerpt from review of Berlin and Hoffman’s Slavery and Freedom in the Age of the American Revolution. Reviews in American History 12 (March 1984): 43.

Jensen, Merrill. “The Cession of the Old Northwest.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 23 (June 1936): 27-48.

Jensen, Merrill. “The Creation of the National Domain, 1781-1784.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 26 (Dec. 1939): 323-42.

Merriam, John M. “The Legislative History of the Ordinance of 1787.” Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 5 (April 1888): 303-42.

“Northwest Ordinance.” Journals of the Continental Congress 32 (13 July 1787): 334-43.

Onuf, Peter S. “From Constitution to Higher Law: the Reinterpretation of the Northwest Ordinance.” Ohio History 94 (Winter-Spring 1985): 5-33.

“Ordinance of 1785.” Journals of the Continental Congress 28 (20 May 1785): 375-81.

Swan, William O. “The Northwest Ordinances, So-Called, and Confusion.” History of Education Quarterly 5 (Dec. 1965): 235-40.

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Bremmer, Robert H. “The Discovery of Poverty.” Rpt. from his From the Depths: the Discovery of Poverty in the United States (NY: NYU Press, 1956): 3-15.

“Cities, the Constitution, and the Politics of Urban Reform” (typescript, n.d.).

Conant, Michael. “Federal Common-Law Crimes and Non-Statutory Crimes Against the Law of Nations.” Anglo-American Law Review (n.d.): 456-92.

Lane, Roger. “The Expansion of Police Functions.” Rpt. from his Policing the City: Boston, 1822-1885 (Cambridge: Harvard UP, 1967): 59-84.

Miscellaneous notes on early U.S. legal doctrines (one piece).

Monkkonen, Eric. “Systematic Criminal Justice History: Some Suggestions.” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 9 (Winter 1979): 451-64.

Richardson, James F. “To Control the City: the New York Police in Historical Perspective.”

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Johnson, David R. “Police Arrest Practices in Nineteenth Century American Cities: Some Preliminary Observations” (paper presented before the AHA, 1970) (typescript).

Kemerer, Frank R. Excerpts from his William Wayne Justice: a Judicial Biography (Austin: U Texas, 1991).

Walker, Samuel. “Completing the Correctional System.” In his Popular Justice: a History of American Criminal Justice (NY: Oxford UP, 1980): 83-102.

Walker, Samuel. “Conflicting Trends in Criminal Justice, 1940-1960.” In his Popular Justice: a History of American Criminal Justice (NY: Oxford UP, 1980): 194-220.

Walker, Samuel. “Crime and Politics in the Nineteenth Century.” In his Popular Justice: a History of American Criminal Justice (NY: Oxford UP, 1980): 103-23.

Walker, Samuel. “The Crime Control Decades, 1919-1940.” In his Popular Justice: a History of American Criminal Justice (NY: Oxford UP, 1980): 161-93.

Walker, Samuel. “Crisis of Crime and Justice, 1960-Present.” In his Popular Justice: a History of American Criminal Justice (NY: Oxford UP, 1980): 221-55.

Walker, Samuel. “The New Nation and Criminal-Justice Reform.” In his Popular Justice: a History of American Criminal Justice (NY: Oxford UP, 1980): 35-51.

Walker, Samuel. “Police and Prisons: a New Control Apparatus.” In his Popular Justice: a History of American Criminal Justice (NY: Oxford UP, 1980): 55-82.

Walker, Samuel. “Progressivism and Criminal Justice, 1900-1919.” In his Popular Justice: a History of American Criminal Justice (NY: Oxford UP, 1980): 127-60.

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Alexander, John K. “The City of Brotherly Fear: the Poor in Late-Eighteenth-Century Philadelphia.”

Beck, E.M., and Tolnay, Stewart E. “When Race Didn’t Matter: Black and White Mob Violence Against Their Own Color in the American South, 1882-1930.” In Fitzhugh Brundage, ed., Under Sentence of Death: Lynching in the South (Chapel Hill: UNC Press, 1997).

Bender, Thomas. “Charles A. Beard and the City” (paper presented before the AHA, 1982) (typescript).

Breen, Timothy H., and Foster, Stephen. “The Puritans’ Greatest Achievement: a Study of Social Cohesion in Seventeenth-Century Massachusetts.” Journal of American History 60 (June 1973): 5-22.

Burt, Robert A. “Choosing Death: For Oneself / For Others” (typescript, 1984).

“The Changing Face of the Law” (source unknown)

“Cities in the New World, 1607-1800.”

Graff, Harvey J. “Crime and Punishment in the Nineteenth Century: A New Look at the Criminal.” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 7 (Winter 1977): 477-91.

Hall, Kermit. “The Dangerous Classes and the Nineteenth-Century Criminal Justice System.” In his The Magic Mirror: Law in American History (NY: Oxford UP, 1989).

Haller, Mark H. “Historical Roots of Police Behavior: Chicago, 1890-1925.” Law and Society Review 10 (Winter 1976): 303-23.

Haller, Mark H. “Urban Crime and Criminal Justice: the Chicago Case.” Journal of American History 57 (Dec. 1970): 619-35.

“Justification for the Use of Force in the Criminal Law.” Stanford Law Review 13 (May 1961): 566-609.

Langbein, John H. “The Historical Origins of the Sanction of Imprisonment for Serious Crime.” Journal of Legal Studies 5 (Jan. 1976): 35-60.

Lefler, Hugh T. “Promotional Literature of the Southern Colonies.” Journal of Southern History 33 (Feb. 1967): 3-25.

Miscellaneous notes on legal theory (three pieces).

Mohl, Raymond A. “Poverty, Pauperism, and Social Order in the Preindustrial American City, 1780-1840.” Social Science Quarterly (March 1972): 934-48.

Monkkonen, Eric H. “A Disorderly People? Urban Order in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries.” Journal of American History 68 (Dec. 1981): 539-59.

Nash, Gary B. “The Transformation of Urban Politics, 1700-1765.” Journal of American History 60 (Dec. 1973): 605-32.

Paulsen, Monrad G. Excerpt from his “The Constitutional Domestication of the Juvenile Court.” Supreme Court Review (1967): 233-5.

Paulsen, Monrad G. Excerpt from his “Kent v. United States: the Constitutional Context of Juvenile Cases.” Supreme Court Review (1966): 167-9.

Rainbolt, John C. “The Absence of Towns in Seventeenth-Century Virginia.” Journal of Southern History 35 (Aug. 1969): 343-60.

Reichard, Maximilian. “Police Control of Blacks in St. Louis, 1800-1860″ (paper presented before the OAH, 1975) (typescript).

Rousey, Dennis C. “Cops and Guns: Police Use of Deadly Force in Nineteenth-Century New Orleans.” American Journal of Legal History 28 (1985): 41-66.

Schneider, John C. “Urban Geography and Public Order: the Rise of Professional Policing in Detroit, 1850-1880″ (paper presented at the Conference on Historical Perspectives on American Criminal Justice, University of Nebraska at Omaha, April 22-23, 1976).

Wade, Richard C. “Violence in the Cities: a Historical View.”

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Bloomfield, Max. “Creative Writers and Criminal Justice: Confronting the System (1890-1920)” (typescript, 1990).

Carleton, William G. “Cultural Roots of American Law Enforcement.” Current History 53 (July 1967): 1-7,49.

“The Criminal Sanction and Criminal Law.”

Finkelman, Paul. Review of Hindus’ Prison and Plantation. University of Pennsylvania Law Review 121 (1981): 1485-1515.

Gaskins, Richard. “Changes in the Criminal Law in Eighteenth-Century Connecticut.” American Journal of Legal History 25 (Oct. 1981): 309-42.

Graham, H.D., and Gurr, T.R.. “Perspectives on Crime in the United States.” In their The History of Violence in America (Praeger, 1969).

Hamm, Richard. “Introduction: English Law and the American Experience.” In Elisabeth A. Cawthon and David E. Narrett, ed., Essays on English Law and the American Experience (Texas A&M Univ. Press, 1994).

Hill, Hamilton Andrews. “Penalties for Crimes Against Property.” Journal of Social Science 17 (May 1883): 109-16.

Hofstadter, Richard, and Michael Wallace. “Reflections on Violence in the United States.” In their American Violence: a Documentary History (NY: Vintage Books, 1970).

Kealey, Linda. “Patterns of Punishment: Massachusetts in the Eighteenth Century.” American Journal of Legal History 30 (April 1986): 163-86.

Larsen, Lawrence H. “Urban Police Forces After the First Hundred Years of the Republic” (paper presented before the conference “Historical Perspectives on American Criminal Justice, Univ. of Nebraska–Omaha, April 1976) (typescript).

Morris, Norval. “Criminal Law: Some Second Century Problems and Third Century Solutions.” In B. Schwartz, ed., American Law: the Third Century (New York University Law School, 1976).

Morris, Thomas. “Equality, ‘Extraordinary Law,’ and Criminal Justice: the South Carolina Experience, 1865-1866.” South Carolina Historical Magazine 83 (1982): 15-33.

Preyer, Kathryn. “Crime, the Criminal Law and Reform in Post-Revolutionary Virginia.” Law and History Review 1 (1983): 53-85.

Re, Edward D. “The Roman Contribution to the Common Law.” Fordham Law Review 29 (Feb. 1961): 447-94.

Richardson, James F. “Urban Police in the Progressive Era: New York and Cleveland as Case Studies” (paper presented before the OAH, 1973) (typescript).

Rowe, G.S. “Outlawry in Pennsylvania, 1782-1788 and the Achievement of an Independent State Judiciary.” American Journal of Legal History 20 (July 1976): 227-44.

Smith, Joseph H. “The English Criminal Law in Early America.” In Joseph H. Smith and Thomas G. Barnes, The English Legislative System (UCLA, 1975).

Spindel, Donna J. “The Administration of Criminal Justice in North Carolina, 1720-1740.” American Journal of Legal History 25 (April 1981): 141-62.

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Courtwright, David T. “The Hidden Epidemic: Opiate Addiction and Cocaine Use in the South, 1860-1920.” Journal of Southern History 49 (Feb. 1983): 57-72.

Courtwright, David T. “The Transformation of the Opium Addict.” In his Dark Paradise: Opium Addiction in America Before 1940 (Harvard, 1982).

Miscellaneous excerpts on nineteenth century U.S. law (two pieces).

Tushnet, Mark V. “Sex, Drugs, and Rock ‘n’ Roll: Some Conservative Reflections on Liberal Jurisprudence (review of Richards’ Sex, Drugs, Death, and the Law).” Columbia Law Review 82 (1982): 1531-43.

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Manchester, Colin. “Obscenity Law Enforcement in the Nineteenth Century.” Journal of Legal History 2 (May 1981): 45-61.

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“Abolition and Reinstatement of Capital Punishment During the Progressive Era and Early 20th Century” (typescript, n.d.).

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Pfennig, Dennis Joseph. “Early American Drug Control Legislation” (paper presented before ASLH, 1991) (typescript).

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Michael, Jerome, and Herbert Wechsler. “A Rationale for the Law of Homicide: I.” Columbia Law Review 37 (May 1937): 701-61; Part II, (Dec. 1937): 1261-1325.

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Monks, J.M. “The Role of the Judiciary in the Texas Criminal Justice Process” (typescript, 1982).

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Ireland, Robert M. “Privately Funded Prosecution of Crime in the Nineteenth-Century United States.” American Journal of Legal History 39 (Jan. 1995): 43-58.

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Wharton, Francis. “Conflict of Criminal Laws.” The Criminal Law Magazine 1 (Nov. 1880): 689-716.

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Haller, Mark H., and John V. Alviti. “Loansharking in American Cities: Historical Analysis of a Marginal Enterprise.” American Journal of Legal History 21 (April 1977): 125-56.

Walker, Samuel. “Research Needs in the Comparative History of the Police” (paper presented before the OAH, 1978) (typescript).

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Crary, Catherine Snell. “The American Dream: John Tabor Kempe’s Rise from Poverty to Riches.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 14 (April 1957): 176-95.

Demos, John. “Underlying Themes in the Witchcraft of Seventeenth-Century New England.” American Historical Review 75 (June 1970): 1311-26.

Diamond, Sigmund. “An Experiment in ‘Feudalism’: French Canada in the Seventeenth Century.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 18 (Jan. 1961): 3-34.

Friedman, Lawrence. “The Development of American Law: a television-based course for broadcast as a major public television series” (prospectus; typescript, 1988).

Gaustad, Edwin S. “Society and the Great Awakening in New England.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 11 (Oct. 1954): 566-77.

Greene, Jack P. “Martin Bladen’s Blueprint for a Colonial Union.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 17 (Oct. 1960): 516-30.

Hoffer, Peter C., and N.E.H. Hull. “‘To Determine on the Future Government’: Robert Yates’s Plan of Union, 1774-1775.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 34 (April 1977): 298-306.

Hutchinson, William T. “Unite to Divide; Divide to Unite: the Shaping of American Federalism.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 46 (1959): 3-18.

Jacobs, Wilbur R. “British-Colonial Attitudes and Policies Toward the Indian in the American Colonies.” In Howard Peckham, ed., Attitudes of Colonial Powers Toward the American Indian (Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press, 1969): 81-106.

Johnson, Herbert A., and Nancy T. Wolfe. “Turning Points in Constitutionalism and Criminal Justice (1857-1910). In their History of Criminal Justice, 2nd ed. (Anderson Publishing, 1996).

Katz, Stanley N. “The Problem of a Colonial Legal History.” In Jack P. Greene and J.R. Pole, ed., Colonial British America: Essays in the New History of the Early Modern Era (John Hopkins UP, 1984).

Klein, Milton M. “Shaping the American Tradition: the Microcosm of Colonial New York.” New York History (April 1978): 173-97.

Land, Aubrey C. “Economic Behavior in a Planting Society: the Eighteenth-Century Chesapeake.” Journal of Southern History 33 (Nov. 1967): 469-85.

Leder, Lawrence H. “The New York Elections of 1769: an Assault on Privilege.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 49 (March 1963): 675-82.

Mann, Bruce H. “Rationality, Legal Change, and Community in Connecticut, 1690-1760.” Law and Society Review 14 (Winter 1980): 187-221.

Miller, Perry. “Jonathan Edwards to Emerson.” New England Quarterly 13 (Dec. 1940): 589-617.

Miller, Perry. “The Marrow of Puritan Divinity.” Publications of the Colonial Society of Massachusetts 32 (1937): 247-300.

Miller, Perry. “‘Preparation for Salvation’ in Seventeenth-Century New England.” Journal of the History of Ideas 4 (June 1943): 253-86.

Pencak, William. “Toward an Overview of Colonial Politics” (paper presented before the AHA, 1983) (typescript).

Quinn, David B. “Advice for Investors in Virginia, Bermuda, and Newfoundland, 1611.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 23 (Jan. 1966): 136-45.

Roeber, A.G. “Authority, Law, and Custom: the Rituals of Court Day in Tidewater Virginia, 1720 to 1750.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 37 (Jan. 1980): 29-52.

Seidman, Aaron B. “Church and State in the Early Years of the Massachusetts Bay Colony.” New England Quarterly 18 (June 1945): 211-33.

Shryock, Richard H. “British Versus German Traditions in Colonial Agriculture.” Mississippi Valley Historical Review 26 (1939): 39-54.

Simpson, Alan. Excerpts from his Puritanism in Old and New England (U Chicago Press, 1955).

Simpson, Alan. “How Democratic Was Roger Williams?” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 13 (Jan. 1952): 53-67.

Walzer, Michael. “Puritanism as a Revolutionary Ideology.” History and Theory 3.1 (1963): 59-90.

Zakai. “The Millennial Quest in the New England Errand Into the Wilderness.” In Religion, Ideology and Nationalism in Europe and America: Essays Presented in Honor of Yehoshua Arieli (Jerusalem: The Historical Society of Israel and The Zalman Shazar Center for Jewish History, 1986): 187-201.

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Black, Barbara A. “Judicial Independence in Colonial Massachusetts” (paper presented before the AHA, 1977) (typescript).

Botein, Stephen. “The Legal Profession in Colonial North America.” In Wilfrid Prest, ed., Lawyers in Early Modern Europe and America (NY: Holmes and Meier, 1981).

Cahn, Mark D. “Punishment, Discretion, and the Codification of Prescribed Penalties in Colonial Massachusetts.” American Journal of Legal History 33 (April 1989): 107-36.

Chu, Jonathan. “Secular Puritanism, the Civil State, and the Suppression of Local Quakerism, 1656-1661″ (paper presented before the OAH, 1982) (typescript).

Duker, William F. “The British Colonies in North America: Extension of the Writ of Habeas Corpus.” In his Constitutional History of Habeas Corpus (Greenwood Press, 1980).

Duker, William F. “General Aspects of the Writ of Habeas Corpus.” In his Constitutional History of Habeas Corpus (Greenwood Press, 1980).

Flaherty, David H. “Law and the Enforcement of Morals in Early America.” Perspectives in American History 5 (1971): 203-53.

Lindley (?). “The Sedition Act of 1798 and ‘The Meaning of America’: a New Perspective on the First Amendment in the Early National Era” (typescript, 1989).

Mather, Cotton. The Religion of an Oath. Plain Directions How the Duty of Swearing, May be Safely Managed, When It is Justly Demanded, and Strong  to Avoid the Perils of Perjury (Boston: B. Green, 1719) (photocopy).

“The Maturity of English Colonial Society” (typescript, n.d.).

McDonald, Forrest. “The Intellectual World of the Founding Fathers” (16th Jefferson Lecture in the Humanities, NEH, Washington, D.C., 6 May 1987) (typescript).

Miscellaneous notes on early U.S. justice (twenty pieces).

“The Origins of Property Rights: The Colonial Period” (typescript, n.d.).

Rabban, David M. “The A historical Historian: Leonard Levy on Freedom of Expression in Early American History.” Stanford Law Review 37 (Feb. 1985): 795-856.

Ross, Richard. “The Problem of Memory in Early Modern Anglo-American Legal Literature” (paper presented before the ASLH, 1992) (typescript).

“Society and Culture in British America” (typescript, n.d.).

Walker, Samuel. “The Colonial Experience.” In his Popular Justice (Oxford UP, 1980).

Walker, Samuel. “Crime and Politics in the Nineteenth Century.” In his Popular Justice (Oxford UP, 1980).

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Eldridge, Larry D. “Before Zenger: Truth and Seditious Speech in Colonial America, 1607-1700.” American Journal of Legal History 39 (July 1995): 337-58.

Mogden, Eben. “Considering Zenger: Partisan Politics and the Legal Profession in Provincial New York.” Columbia Law Review 94 (June 1994): 1495-1524.

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Ammerman, David. “Rebellion by Any Other Name: the American Response to the Coercive Acts of 1774″ (paper presented before the AHA, 1970) (typescript).

“The Break With Britain” (typescript).

Collins, Edward D. “Committees of Correspondence of the American Revolution.” American Historical Association Annual Report 1 (1901): 245-71.

“A Constant Customer” (extract from a letter from a gentleman in the country to his friend, Boston, 1773).

Cosgrove, Charles H. “The Declaration of Independence in Constitutional Interpretation: a Selective History and Analysis.” University of Richmond Law Review 32 (1997): 107-64.

Diamond, Martin. The Revolution of Sober Expectations. Delivered at Independence Square, Philadelphia, in the House of Representatives Chamber, Congress Hall, on October 24, 1973 (Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute, 1974) (pamphlet).

Elkins, Stanley, and Eric McKitrick. The Founding Fathers: Young Men of the Revolution. American Historical Association, Publication No. 44 (pamphlet).

Ely, James W. “The Revolutionary Era, 1765-1787″ (typescript).

Ferguson, E. James. “Business, Government, and Congressional Investigation in the Revolution.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 16 (July 1959): 293-318.

Friedman, Lawrence. “The Republic of Bees.”

Gerlach, Don R. A Note on the Quartering Act of 1774.” New England Quarterly 39 (March 1966): 80-88.

Gibbon, Edward. “Extracts from the Correspondence of Edward Gibbon, the Historian, Relative to American Affairs, 1774-1783.” MAH15 (May 1886): 500-07.

Greenberg, Dolores. “Reassessing the Power Patterns of the Industrial Revolution: an Anglo-American Comparison.” American Historical Review 87 (Dec. 1982): 1237-61.

Hart, Levi. “Liberty Described and Recommended: in a Sermon Preached to the Corporation of Freemen in Farmington, Hartford, 1775.”

Haskett, Richard C. “Prosecuting the Revolution.” American Historical Review 59 (April 1954): 578-88.

Hunt, Agnes. “Table of the Powers of the Committees of Safety.”

Hyman, Harold M. Background notes on the American Revolution.

Hyman, Harold M. “Congress’ Army and the Declaration of Independence” (typescript, n.d.).

Kristol, Irving. The American Revolution as a Successful Revolution. Delivered at St. John’s Church, Washington, DC, on October 12, 1973 (Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute, 1973) (pamphlet).

Kupperman, Karen Ordahl. “The Puzzle of the American Climate in the Early Colonial Period.” American Historical Review 87 (Dec. 1982): 1262-89.

Liddle, William D. “‘A Patriot King, or None’: Lord Bolingbroke and the American Renunciation of George III.” Journal of American History 45 (March 1979): 951-70.

Maier, Pauline. “Coming to Terms with Samuel Adams.” American Historical Review 81 (Feb. 1976): 12-37.

Main, Jackson Turner. “Government by the People: the American Revolution and the Democratization of the Legislatures.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 23 (July 1966): 391-407.

Maxcy, Jonathan. “An Oration, Providence, 1799.”

Miscellaneous notes on the American Revolution (ten pieces).

Morison, Samuel Eliot, ed. “William Manning’s The Key.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 13.2 (1956): 202-54.

Reid, John Phillip. “A Lawyer Acquitted: John Adams and the Boston Massacre Trial.” American Journal of Legal History 18 (July 1974): 189-207.

Roche, John P. “The Strange Case of the ‘Revolutionary’ Establishment” (unpublished manuscript, 1973).

Rush, Benjamin. “An Address to the Inhabitants of the British Settlements in America Upon Slave-Keeping, Philadelphia, 1773.”

Rush, Benjamin. Considerations Upon the Present Test-Law of Pennsylvania: Addressed to the Legislature and Freemen of the State (Philadelphia: Hall and Sellers, 1784) (photocopy).

Tate, Thad W. “The Social Contract in America, 1774-1787: Revolutionary Theory as a Conservative Instrument.” William and Mary Quarterly, third series, 22 (July 1965): 375-91.

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Kettner, James H. “Subjects or Citizens? A Note on British Views Respecting the Legal Effects of American Independence.” Virginia Law Review 62 (1976): 945-67.

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Donahoe, Bernard, and Marshall Smelser. “The Congressional Power to Raise Armies: the Constitutional and Ratifying Conventions, 1787-1788.” Review of Politics 33 (1971): 202-11.

Miscellaneous notes on the military during the American Revolution (five pieces).

Semonche, John E. Review of Reid’s In Defiance of the Law. New England Quarterly (n.d.).

 

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