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What You’ve Been Missing…

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Greetings all!

I am currently putting the final touches on the October 2014 issue of The Americanist Independent. For those of you who have yet to subscribe, you have been missing quite a bit. My idea behind the journal and website is to join the very best aspects of historical publishing with the ease and connectivity of blogging and social media. So far the project has been a tremendous success – so why not be a part of it?

So in addition to the community forum, the video component, and the much celebrated Student Portal, here’s what you’ve been missing – below is a comprehensive table of contents for the first four issues. Looks pretty damn good, right? And all for $4.97 a month, which is less than a burger and fries (and way better for you).

And just to prove that I am a generous fellow, click HERE and you can have a week’s full access gratis! Enjoy with my compliments.

 

Volume One, Issue One

Explorations in Visualizing the Irish of the American Civil War
By
Damian Shiels

The American Slave: A Database
An Examination of the Methodology and Results of
Digitizing the Slave Narrative Collection
By
Keith D. McCall

Those Gals Had it Easy:
The Conspicuously Untroubled Lives of Boydton Virginia’s Reconstruction Belles
By
Samantha L. Upton

RockinThruHistory: Learning History One Song at a Time
By
Damien Drago

Volume One, Issue Two

Chasing after the Daughter of the Lost Cause
By
Heath Hardage Lee

The North Carolina Confederate Pensions, Past and Present
By
Aaron M. Cusick

The Civil War Institute Annual Conference at Gettysburg College: CWI2014 Reviewed
By
Evan Clapsaddle, Albert Mackey, Ray Ortensie, and Marilyn E. Jess

Harristorian Archives: The Pennsylvania Report on the 50th Anniversary of the Battle of Gettysburg

Volume One, Issue Three

A Checkbook is an Autobiography: the Case of Henry Clay Folger (1857–1930)
By
Stephen H. Grant

The Letters and Writings of Bill Evans, World War II Navy Aviator
By
Mike Rogers

Recreating the “Good War:” Pride and Pitfalls in WWII Reenacting
By
Jared Frederick

Controlling Atoms: Evaluating the AEC During the Eisenhower Years, 1952 – 1958
By
Nick Lacasse

Volume One, Issue Four

Creating Veteran Identity for Women within the Veterans Administration
By
Amy Rebecca Jacobs

Selling Mr. Consumer: Forming Male Consumer Identity
By
Nick Lacasse

The Tide of Domesticity: A Study of Gender, Environment, and Florida’s Indian River Culture -1870 and 1890
By
Dara R Vance

Every Piece of This War is Man’s Bullshit: The Women of Cold Mountain, a Film Review Essay by M. Keith Harris

 

Have a historical day, and by all means…please spread the word. I’ll be your best friend.

Keith