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The Gospel according to St. Mark's: Methodist women embodying a liberating theology from the Social Gospel Era to the Civil Rights Era at a deaconess-run settlement house in the French Quarter of New Orleans
The Gospel according to St. Mark's: Methodist women embodying a liberating theology from the Social Gospel Era to the Civil Rights Era at a deaconess-run settlement house in the French Quarter of New Orleans
The great gun-toting controversy, 1865-1910:  the old west gun culture and public shootings (Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas)
The great gun-toting controversy, 1865-1910: the old west gun culture and public shootings (Colorado, Kansas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Texas)
"Heathenish combination": The natives of the North American Southeast during the era of the Yamasee War
The history and impact of the 1984 Louisiana World Exposition
The history and impact of the 1984 Louisiana World Exposition
In behalf of a just and durable peace--the attitudes of American Protestantism toward war and military-related affairs involving the United States, 1945-1953
In behalf of a just and durable peace--the attitudes of American Protestantism toward war and military-related affairs involving the United States, 1945-1953
The influence of the Roman Catholic Church on slavery in colonial Louisiana under French domination, 1718-1763
The influence of the Roman Catholic Church on slavery in colonial Louisiana under French domination, 1718-1763
Interaction between the British and American woman suffrage movements, 1900-1914
Interaction between the British and American woman suffrage movements, 1900-1914
The life and work of Olivia Ward Bush (Banks), 1869-1944
The life and work of Olivia Ward Bush (Banks), 1869-1944
The limits of community:  Conservatism in transition, Caddo Parish, Louisiana, 1933--1948
The limits of community: Conservatism in transition, Caddo Parish, Louisiana, 1933--1948
"Louisiana Saturday Night": A history of Louisiana country music
Making a new Louisiana:  American liberalism and the search for the Great Society in New Orleans, 1964--1974
Making a new Louisiana: American liberalism and the search for the Great Society in New Orleans, 1964--1974
A man in shadow:  the life of Daniel Clark (New Orleans, Louisiana)
A man in shadow: the life of Daniel Clark (New Orleans, Louisiana)
Manpower, region and race: Mobilizing southern workers for World War Two, 1939-1948
Manpower, region and race: Mobilizing southern workers for World War Two, 1939-1948
New Orleans style: The awakening of American jazz scholarship and its cultural implications
New Orleans style: The awakening of American jazz scholarship and its cultural implications
A New World community: The New Orleans Ursulines and colonial society, 1727-1803
A New World community: The New Orleans Ursulines and colonial society, 1727-1803
The nineteenth century slave family in rural Louisiana:  its household and community structure
The nineteenth century slave family in rural Louisiana: its household and community structure
On the convergence of empire: The Caddo Indian confederacies, 1542-1835
On the convergence of empire: The Caddo Indian confederacies, 1542-1835
The People's Party in Arkansas, 1891-1896
The People's Party in Arkansas, 1891-1896
Planters and slave religion in the deep South
Planters and slave religion in the deep South
Political justice: William O. Douglas and the American presidency
Political justice: William O. Douglas and the American presidency
Politics, society, and religion:  the Presbyterian clergy of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York, and the formation of the nation, 1775-1808
Politics, society, and religion: the Presbyterian clergy of Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and New York, and the formation of the nation, 1775-1808
Rebellion and realignment:  Arkansas's road to secession
Rebellion and realignment: Arkansas's road to secession
A revolution of hope: New Orleans workers and their unions, 1923-1939
A revolution of hope: New Orleans workers and their unions, 1923-1939
Revolution, romanticism, and reform: The Afro-Creole protest tradition in the origins of radical Republican leadership, 1718-1868
Revolution, romanticism, and reform: The Afro-Creole protest tradition in the origins of radical Republican leadership, 1718-1868

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