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The Resource Remembering the Revolution : memory, history, and nation making from independence to the Civil War, edited by Michael A. McDonnell, Clare Corbould, Frances M. Clarke, and W. Fitzhugh Brundage, (electronic resource)

Remembering the Revolution : memory, history, and nation making from independence to the Civil War, edited by Michael A. McDonnell, Clare Corbould, Frances M. Clarke, and W. Fitzhugh Brundage, (electronic resource)

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Remembering the Revolution : memory, history, and nation making from independence to the Civil War
Title
Remembering the Revolution
Title remainder
memory, history, and nation making from independence to the Civil War
Statement of responsibility
edited by Michael A. McDonnell, Clare Corbould, Frances M. Clarke, and W. Fitzhugh Brundage
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Subject
Language
eng
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MdBmJHUP
Dewey number
973.3
LC call number
E209
LC item number
.R39 2013
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  • McDonnell, Michael A
  • Project Muse
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Public history in historical perspective
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United States
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Remembering the Revolution : memory, history, and nation making from independence to the Civil War, edited by Michael A. McDonnell, Clare Corbould, Frances M. Clarke, and W. Fitzhugh Brundage, (electronic resource)
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Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Introduction: the Revolution in American life -- The Revolutionary generation remembers. -- War and nationhood: founding myths and historical realities / Michael A. McDonnell -- "A natural & unalienable right": New England revolutionary petitions and African American identity / Daniel Mandell -- Forgotten founder: revolutionary memory and John Dickinson's reputation / Peter Bastian -- The graveyard aesthetics of revolutionary elegiac verse: remembering the Revolution as a sacred cause / Evert Jan van Leeuwen -- "Starving memory": antinarrating the American Revolution / William Huntting Howell -- Public memories, private lives: the first greatest generation remembers the Revolutionary War / Caroline Cox -- Transmitting memories, 1790s/1840s. -- "More than ordinary patriotism": living history in the memory work of George Washington Parke Custis / Seth C. Bruggeman -- Plagiarism in pursuit of historical truth: George Chalmers and the patriotic legacy of loyalist history / Eileen Ka-May Cheng -- Emma Willard's "True mnemonic of history": America's first textbooks, proto-feminism, and the memory of the revolution / Keith Beutler -- Remembering and forgetting: war, memory, and identity in the post-revolutionary Mohawk Valley / James Paxton -- "Lie there my darling, while I avenge ye!": anecdotes, collective memory, and the legend of Molly Pitcher / Emily Lewis Butterfield -- Dividing memories, 1776/1865. -- Forgetting history: antebellum American peace reformers and the specter of the Revolution / Carolyn Eastman -- "Of course we claim to be Americans": revolution, memory, and race in up-country Georgia Baptist churches, 1772/1849 / Daryl Black -- "A strange and crowded history": transnational revolution and empire in George Lippard's Washington and his generals / Tara Deshpande -- "The sacred ashes of the first of men": Edward Everett, the Mount Vernon Ladies Association of the Union, and late antebellum unionism / Matthew Mason -- Martyred blood and avenging spirits: revolutionary martyrs and heroes as inspiration for the U.S. Civil War / Sarah J. Purcell -- Old-fashioned tea parties: revolutionary memory in Civil War sanitary fairs / Frances M. Clarke
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OCM1bookssj0001189017
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unknown
Isbn
9781613762776
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remote
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(WaSeSS)bookssj0001189017
Label
Remembering the Revolution : memory, history, and nation making from independence to the Civil War, edited by Michael A. McDonnell, Clare Corbould, Frances M. Clarke, and W. Fitzhugh Brundage, (electronic resource)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
Introduction: the Revolution in American life -- The Revolutionary generation remembers. -- War and nationhood: founding myths and historical realities / Michael A. McDonnell -- "A natural & unalienable right": New England revolutionary petitions and African American identity / Daniel Mandell -- Forgotten founder: revolutionary memory and John Dickinson's reputation / Peter Bastian -- The graveyard aesthetics of revolutionary elegiac verse: remembering the Revolution as a sacred cause / Evert Jan van Leeuwen -- "Starving memory": antinarrating the American Revolution / William Huntting Howell -- Public memories, private lives: the first greatest generation remembers the Revolutionary War / Caroline Cox -- Transmitting memories, 1790s/1840s. -- "More than ordinary patriotism": living history in the memory work of George Washington Parke Custis / Seth C. Bruggeman -- Plagiarism in pursuit of historical truth: George Chalmers and the patriotic legacy of loyalist history / Eileen Ka-May Cheng -- Emma Willard's "True mnemonic of history": America's first textbooks, proto-feminism, and the memory of the revolution / Keith Beutler -- Remembering and forgetting: war, memory, and identity in the post-revolutionary Mohawk Valley / James Paxton -- "Lie there my darling, while I avenge ye!": anecdotes, collective memory, and the legend of Molly Pitcher / Emily Lewis Butterfield -- Dividing memories, 1776/1865. -- Forgetting history: antebellum American peace reformers and the specter of the Revolution / Carolyn Eastman -- "Of course we claim to be Americans": revolution, memory, and race in up-country Georgia Baptist churches, 1772/1849 / Daryl Black -- "A strange and crowded history": transnational revolution and empire in George Lippard's Washington and his generals / Tara Deshpande -- "The sacred ashes of the first of men": Edward Everett, the Mount Vernon Ladies Association of the Union, and late antebellum unionism / Matthew Mason -- Martyred blood and avenging spirits: revolutionary martyrs and heroes as inspiration for the U.S. Civil War / Sarah J. Purcell -- Old-fashioned tea parties: revolutionary memory in Civil War sanitary fairs / Frances M. Clarke
Control code
OCM1bookssj0001189017
Dimensions
unknown
Isbn
9781613762776
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(WaSeSS)bookssj0001189017

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