The State of American History

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Index
Abbott, Grace, 96
Acculturation, race, 78-81
Acheson, Dean, 131
Adams, Charles Francis, 157
Adams, Henry, 375
Adams, Herbert Baxter, 91-92
Adams, John Quincy, 351, 352
AEF. See American Expeditionary Force.
AFL.See American Federation of Labor.
Africa, 149
Afro-American history, 71-72, 84, 109
AfterAuschwitz ( Rubenstein), 101
AfterImperialism ( Iriye), 123
Against the Grain ( von Kardorff), 390
Agar, Herbert, 121
Age of Jackson (Schlesinger), 351, 358, 362
Age of Reform (Hofstadter), 374
Age of Reinterpretation ( Woodward), 22
Aggregate data analysis, 124-126; generalizations, 127
Agrarian cosmology, England, 386-387
Agrarian movements: American, 385- 386; German profit motive, 384-385; radical, 374-375, 378, 381, 384
Agricultural history, 209, 220-226, 375; economic development, 227- 236; marketing facilities, 238; population decline, 393; productivity, 238; South compared with North, 239-242; synthesis, 242-243Agricultural History (journal), 221- 222, 224, 226
Agricultural History Society, 220-226
Agriculture Department, 220-223, 318
Agriculture Involution ( Geertz), 138
Air Force Academy, 168
Airplane, impact of, 200
Alcott, Bronson, 31
Alien and Sedition Laws, 7
Alliance for Progress, 133, 137
Alliance Journal, 395
Allies, 145-146
Almond, Gabriel, 129, 130
Alsace-Lorraine, 152
Ambrose, Stephen, 161
American Charities (Warner), 92
American Committee on the History of the Second World War, 168
American Creed (Myrdal), 33
American Dilemma (Myrdal), 34
American Economic Association, 377
American Expeditionary Force (AEF), 165; Historical Section, 166
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 128
American Historical Association, 71- 72, 79, 82, 106, 157, 221; founder, 91
American Historical Review, 120, 313, 358
American history: definition, 43-46; general, 4, 6, 16; and industrialization, 47-48; legal, 3-9, 11-14; 1960's, 100. See also Industrialization.
American History and Its Geographic Conditions (Semple), 252
American Image of Nature as Virtue ( Lowenthal), 253
American Imperialism (May), 129
Americanization: doctrine of, 74-75; of slave, 109; Whig ideas, 342
American Journal of Legal History, 9
American Land ( Van Dersal), 253
American land and resource policy, 253
American Landscape ( Nairn), 252
American legal history, 6-8

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