The American Historian

History and Music

Our February 2019 issue features two articles on music in the early American republic, an essay on the importance of music fans in the 1960s, and an essay on Jazz and Salsa music in the twentienth century.

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Table of Contents

Features

Music in the Early American Republic

Ann Ostendorf

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Women Amateur Musicians in the Early American Republic

Glenda Goodman

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Where the Fans Are: Listening to Music and Fandom

Nicolette Rohr

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Soul Salsa

Tyina Steptoe

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From the President

History Lesson

Earl Lewis

The Craft of Teaching

Of News Literacy and Education

Karen Dunak and Victoria Hupp

OAH Initiatives

Celebrating Twenty-Five Years: The National Parks Service-OAH Collaboration

Paul J. Zwirecki, Public History Manager

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