What's in the December AHR?

Schneider, Robert A.
December 2011
Perspectives on History;Dec2011, Vol. 49 Issue 9, p10
An introduction to the December 2011 issue of "American Historical Review" is presented which reports on articles within the issue addressing topics including piracy, family, and slavery.


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