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Items where subject is "History America > United States (General)"

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Dixon, Christopher (2013) Buffalo Bill in Barcelona. University of Nebraska Press, Cody Studies Series. (In Press)

Dixon, Christopher (2012) Okicize kihan waste... I love the ways of war : the ways of war and the way of the warrior in five Lakota songs. In: University of Strathclyde War Group Seminar Series, 2012-05-02. (Unpublished)

Ellis, Mark (2013) Race Harmony and Black Progress : Jack Woofter and the Interracial Cooperation Movement. Indiana University Press. ISBN 9780253010599

Ellis, Mark (2001) Race, war and surveillance : African Americans and the United States Government during World War I. Indiana University Press. ISBN 9780253339232

Hammill, Faye (2015) The New Yorker, the middlebrow and the periodical marketplace in 1925. In: Writing for the New Yorker. Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, pp. 17-35. ISBN 9780748682492

Smith, Matthew (2012) Madness in America from the gilded age to the progressive era. [Review]

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