Outstanding Academic Titles

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SOCIAL & BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

2005 Selection(s)

History, Geography & Area Studies

Black power: radical politics and African American identity.

Ogbar, Jeffrey O.G; Johns Hopkins, 2004

The fate of the corps: what became of the Lewis and Clark explorers after the expedition.

Morris, Larry E; Yale, 2004

Huck's raft: a history of American childhood.

Mintz, Steven; Belknap, Harvard, 2004

Others: third-party politics from the nation's founding to the rise and fall of

Richardson, Darcy G; iUniverse, 2004

Passages to freedom: the Underground Railroad in history and memory

ed. by David W. Blight.; Smithsonian Books/National Underground Railroad Freedom Center, 2004

Running mad for Kentucky: frontier travel accounts

ed. by Ellen Eslinger.; University Press of Kentucky, 2004

The shaping of America: a geographical perspective on 500 years of history: v.4: Global America, 1915-2000.

Meinig, D.W; Yale, 2004

The unknown American Revolution: the unruly birth of democracy and the struggle to create America.

Nash, Gary B; Viking, 2005

When trumpets call: Theodore Roosevelt after the White House.

O'Toole, Patricia; Simon & Schuster, 2005

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