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VIEW SPEAKER : Secession as an International Phenomenon
VIEW SPEAKER : A One-Man Army: Alexander Hamilton and His Legacy
VIEW SPEAKER : A Passion for Liberty: Emotional Rhetoric and the American Revolution
VIEW SPEAKER : A War Against Vegetables, A War Against Women: Haudenosaunee Women’s Experiences of the Revolution
VIEW SPEAKER : African American Life and Family In Early America
VIEW SPEAKER : After the Revolution: The Formation of Early American Nationalism
VIEW SPEAKER : Among the Powers of the Earth: The American Revolution and the Making of a Treaty-Worthy Empire
VIEW SPEAKER : Amos Eaton’s Clouds: Naturalists in the Early American Republic
VIEW SPEAKER : An American Dynasty: Abigail and John, Louisa and John Quincy
VIEW SPEAKER : An Irregular Reconsideration of George Washington and the American Military Tradition
VIEW SPEAKER : Battling for Souls: Interdenominational Warfare in the Early American Republic
VIEW SPEAKER : “Belonging to America” after the Revolution
VIEW SPEAKER : Black Liberation in the Era of the American Revolution
VIEW SPEAKER : Black Women’s Activism in Early America
VIEW SPEAKER : Broken By Design: The Undemocratic Origins of American Democracy
VIEW SPEAKER : Cartographic Innovation in the Early Republic
VIEW SPEAKER : Constitutional Originalism and History
VIEW SPEAKER : Crucible of Peace: The Treaty of Paris and the Founding of the American Republic
VIEW SPEAKER : Daughter of the U.S.-Mexican War: The Origins of the Daughters of the American Revolution in the 1846 Invasion of Mexico
VIEW SPEAKER : Did the Founders Want the United States to Follow International Law?