"The Historian, Volume 65, Number 4, Summer 2003"

"The Historian, Volume 65, Number 4, Summer 2003"

By: "Paul, Kathleen(ed.)"

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"As new - gift quality! 6 essays: Replenishing the Soil and the Soul of Texas - The Civilian Conservation Corps in the Lone Star State as an Example of State-Federal Work Relief During the Great Depression (Hendrickson); Fatal Attraction - The White Obsession with Indianness (Dyar); 'There's No Such Thing As an Unqualified Teacher' - Unionization and Integration in the Philadelphia Public Schools (Alvarez); Model City - The War on Poverty, Race Relations, and Catholic Social Activism in the 196s Pittsburgh (Heineman); 'Whatsoever Yee Would that Men Should Doe unto You, Even so Doe Yee to Them' - An Analysis of the Effect of Religious Consciousness on the Origins of the Leveler Movement (Grob-Fitzgibbon); 'The Battle of the standards' - Great Pyramid Metrology and British Identity 1859-1890 ( Reisenauer)"

Title: "The Historian, Volume 65, Number 4, Summer 2003"

Author Name: "Paul, Kathleen(ed.)"

Categories: History,

Publisher: "Boston, MA", Blackwell Publishing: 2003

Binding: Trade Paperback

Book Condition: FINE

lb: 2.10 lb

Seller ID: 7-7H011

Keywords: HISTORY "CCC, Texas, Indian, Philadelphia schools, Pittsburgh, Leveller, Pyramid" HISTORY / Essays,