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Colonial Intimacies
Indian Marriage in Early New England
Ann Marie Plane
In 1668 Sarah Ahhaton, a married Native American woman of the Massachusetts Bay town of Punkapoag, confessed in an English court to having committed adultery. For this crime she was tried, found guilty, and publicly whipped and shamed; she...



Comrades and Chicken Ranchers
The Story of a California Jewish Community
Kenneth L. Kann






Conflict of Interests
Organized Labor and the Civil Rights Movement in the South, 1954–1968
Alan Draper
On the basis of extensive archival research, Alan Draper illuminates the role organized labor played in the southern civil rights...



Consent
Sexual Rights and the Transformation of American Liberalism
Pamela Susan Haag
Whom, over the past two centuries, has society construed as sexual "victims"? Where and when did the notion of consent—so crucial for law and politics today—emerge? In this brilliantly insightful work, Pamela Susan Haag traces the evolution of...



Constructive Feminism
Women's Spaces and Women's Rights in the American City
Daphne Spain
In Constructive Feminism, Daphne Spain examines the deliberate and unintended spatial consequences of feminism's second wave, a social movement dedicated to reconfiguring power relations between women and...



Consumer Society in American History
A Reader
This volume offers the most comprehensive and incisive exploration of American consumer history to date, spanning the four centuries from the colonial era to the present.



Contested Ground
Collective Action and the Urban Neighborhood
John Emmius Davis
Drawing critically and selectively from Marxian theories of conflict and neo-Weberian theories of "housing classes," John Emmeus Davis argues that the political life of residential communities can be explained largely in terms of the competing interests that groups possess by virtue of different and distinctive ways of relating to their...






Cornell '77
The Music, the Myth, and the Magnificence of the Grateful Dead's Concert at Barton Hall
Peter Conners
Cornell '77 is about far more than just a single Grateful Dead concert. It is a social and cultural history of one of America's most enduring and iconic musical acts, their devoted fans, and a group of Cornell students whose passion for music drove them to bring the Dead to Barton...



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