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Antebellum abolitionists saw children and youths as natural allies in the antislavery cause. While significant attention has been devoted to juvenile antislavery literature produced by adults for children, little is known about the juvenile antislavery societies that sprang up in the 1830s. In...
On 2 December 1803, President Thomas Jefferson threw a dinner party at the White House. In violation of diplomatic etiquette, when dinner was called Jefferson offered his hand to Dolley Madison, the wife of the Secretary of State, rather than to Elizabeth Merry, the wife of the newly appointed...
Civil War combat trauma remains a subject of interest to scholars studying the social and psychological changes that the war wrought upon American society. The focus has largely been on the South, but if we look northwards we find that combat trauma was too often masked by victory. But soldiers...
Determining who was an insomniac at the fin de siècle was more complex than detailing how many hours of sleep were lost. The label was a conduit through which gender, racial, and class-based biases were ratified and produced. This article proposes there are three primary discursive elements to...
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