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Table of Contents - February 2011 American History

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Pistols at Dawn
Politics turned deadly in the early republic when Andrew Jackson and other mudslingers let the insults fly
by Peter Carlson


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Houdini Unbound
Every escape he made was a high-stakes gamble that immigrants from the Old World could identify with
by Verlyn Klinkenborg


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Praise God and Liberty
Religious believers and doubters formed an unlikely alliance that forged the new American nation
by Thomas S. Kidd


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Snowflake Savant
Farmer Wilson Bentley was the first to photograph a single snow crystal
by Mariana Gosnell


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Hail Lafayette!
The Frenchman rekindled the spirit of 1776 upon his triumphal return a half-century later
by Ronald H. Bailey


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Last Men (and Women) Standing
Aging veterans mark the passage of World War II from memory to history
Photographs by Thomas Sanders


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DEPARTMENTS
Letters


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Gazette
Wright Brothers wronged; hip-hop history lessons get scratched; Lincoln assassin stalks D.C. baseball; and more


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We've Been Here Before
Do eggheads make good presidents?


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The First
Computer bug


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Interview
Supreme Court gadfly David Gans ponders free speech rights granted to corporations


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Details
Ohio's mysterious Great Serpent Mound


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The Big Picture
The rise of the monster bank


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Encounter
Abraham Lincoln meets Frederick Douglass


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Letter From American History

Reviews

Five centuries of African-American history; Social Security at 75; midterm must reads; and more


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From America's Attic
Washington inaugural memento, 1789
 


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