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Abbott, Mary, Life Cycles in England, 1560-1720: Cradle to Grave. New York, Routledge, 1996. 310 pp.

Abrams, Lynn, The Orphan Country: Children of Scotland's Broken Homes from 1845 to the Present Day. Edinburgh, Scotland, John Donald Publishers, 1998. 270 pp.

Abreu, Joao Capistrano de, Chapters of Brazil's Colonial History, 1500-1800. New York, Oxford University Press, 1997. xxxiv, 236 pp.

Adams, Geoffrey, The Call of Conscience: French Protestant Responses to the Algerian War, 1954-1962. Waterloo, Ontario, Wilfrid Laurier University Press, 1998. 270 pp.

Alcock, Antony, A Short History of Europe: From the Greeks and Romans to the Present Day. New York, St Martin's Press, 1998. 256 pp.

Ameghino, Eduardo Azcuy, Buenos Aires, Iowa, y el desarrollo agropecuario en laspampas y las praderas. Buenos Aires, Argentina, Facultad de Ciencias Econmicas, Universidad de Buenos Aires, 1997. 97 pp.

Apolito, Paolo, Apparitions of the Madonna at Oliveto Citra: Local Visions and Cosmic Drama. University Park, Pennsylvania, Penn State University Press, 1998. xi, 267 pp.

Balestracci, Duccio, The Renaissance in the Fields: Family Memoirs of a Fifteenth-Century Tuscan Peasant. University Park, Pennsylvania, Penn State University Press, 1999. xxv, 146 pp.

Barkstrom, Jack, Poverty, Wealth, Dictatorship, Democracy: Resource Scarcity and the Origins of Dictatorship. Englewood, Colorado, Pericles Press, 1998. 535 pp.

Barrett, Anthony A., Agrippina: Sex, Power and Politics in the Early Empire. New Haven, Connecticut, Yale University Press, 1996. 320 pp.

Belkin, Simon, Le mouvement ouvrier juif au Canada, 1904-1920. Sillery, Quebec, Septentrion, 1999. 390 pp.

Belliveau, Anne (McMullen), Small Moments in Time: The Story of Alberta's Big West Country (Upper North Saskatchewan River Corridor, Shunda Basin, Brazeau Collieries and Nordegg). Edmonton, Alberta, Detselig Enterprises, 1999. xiv, 228 pp.

Benedict, Carol, Bubonic Plague in Nineteenth Century China. Stanford, California, Stanford University Press, 1996. 256 pp.

Black, Jeremy, Eighteenth-Century Europe, History of Europe. New York, St Martin's Press, 1999. xxv, 594 pp.

Bond, George C. and Angela Gilham (editors), Social Construction of the Past: Representation as Power New York, Routledge, 1997. 256 pp.

Bouchard, Russel, Les armes a feu en Nouvelle-France. Sillery, Quebec, Septentrion, 1999. 177 pp.

Bozdogan, Sibel and Resat Kasaba (editors), Rethinking Modernity and National Identity in Turkey. Seattle, Washington, University of Washington Press, 1997. 270 pp.

Bradley, Michael, Grail Knights of North America: On the Trail of the Grail Legacy in Canada and the United States. Toronto, Ontario, Hounslow Press, 1998. 416 pp.

Bridge, Kathryn, By Snowshoe, Buckboard and Steamer: Women of the Frontier. Victoria, British Columbia, Sono Nis Press, 1998, 231 pp.

Brock, Peter, Varieties of Pacifism: A Survey from Antiquity to the Outset of the Twentieth Century. Syracuse, New York, Academic and University Publishing Group, 1998. vi, 111 pp.

Buffetaut, Eric, Histoire de la Paleontologie. Paris, France, Presses Universitaires de France, 1998. 127 pp.

Bumsted, J. M., Fur Trade Wars: The Founding of Western Canada. Winnipeg, Manitoba, Great Plains Publications, 1999. 272 pp.

Carbone, Stanislao, Italians in Winnipeg: An Illustrated History. Winnipeg, Manitoba, University of Manitoba Press, 1998. x, 102 pp.

Carey, Christopher, Trials from Classical Athens. New York, Routledge, 1997. 247 pp.

Carrion, Jose Miguel Martinez (editor), Historia Agraria, no.17 (Invierno 1999). Murcia, Spain, Seminario de Historia Agraria, 1999.

Castellan, Georges and Gabrijela Vidan, La Croatie. Paris, France, Presses de l'Universite Laval, 1997. 127 pp.

Chick, Martin, Industrial Policy in Britain, 1945-1951: Economic Planning, Nationalisation and the Labour Governments. …

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