Revisiting New England
|Abandoned New England
Landscape in the Works of Homer, Frost, Hopper, Wyeth, and Bishop
An examination of artists and poets and the New England landscape that inspired their work.
|Asian Americans in New England
Culture and Community
The first interdisciplinary contribution to studies about Asian Americans in New England
|Chiu, Monica, ed.|
African Americans in a Maine Community, 1880-1950
A vivid reconstruction of a once-vibrant African American community in northern New England.
|Elgersman Lee, Maureen|
Three Centuries of African-American Heritage
A thought-provoking look at New Englands Black heritage
|Sammons, Mark J.; Cunningham, Valerie|
|Breeding Better Vermonters
The Eugenics Project in the Green Mountain State
The disturbing story of eugenics in Vermont and the dark side of progressive social reform.
|Gallagher, Nancy L.|
|A Century in Captivity
The Life and Trials of Prince Mortimer, a Connecticut Slave
The riveting reconstruction of an eighteenth-century slave's life and imprisonment
|Caron, Denis R.|
History and Place in Northern New England
The only comprehensive study of Portlands history, culture, and people.
|Conforti, Joseph, ed.|
|Dirty Whites and Dark Secrets
Sex and Race in Peyton Place
The first full-length scholarly study of Peyton Place, Grace Metaliouss classic story of New England indiscretion
|Evangelicals at a Crossroads
Revivalism and Social Reform in Boston, 18601910
The story of Boston revivalism and social reform
|Hartley, Benjamin L.|
|Fissures in the Rock
New England in the Seventeenth Century
A comprehensive examination of the diversity and unity of New England life in the 17th century.
|Irish Titan, Irish Toilers
Joseph Banigan and Nineteenth-Century New England Labor
Scrutinizes the life and times of Joseph Banigan, one of New Englands, and Americas, most successful nineteenth-century industrialists
|Maid as Muse
How Servants Changed Emily Dickinsons Life and Language
A startlingly original work establishing the impact of domestic servants on the life and writings of Emily Dickinson
Race, Region, and Nation
A provocative new reading of the great American avant-garde arist Marsden Hartley's late work.
|Cassidy, Donna M.|
A Tale of the Gilded Age, 1860-1900
An interdisciplinary examination of Gilded Age American enterprise, in a study of how one family farm developed into a world-famous business.
|Richards, David L.|
|Reflections in Bulloughs Pond
Economy and Ecosystem in New England
A dramatic story of the interplay between environment and economy in New England.
|A Shaker Musical Legacy
A unique collection of Shaker songs and dances that keeps alive this important musical heritage
|Opdahl, Robert; Opdahl, Viola|
The Biography of an American Holiday
The origins and ever-changing story of Americas favorite holiday
|Baker, James W. and Peter J. Gomes, fwd.|
|This Grand and Magnificent Place
The Wilderness Heritage of the White Mountains
A sweeping environmental history of a quintessential American wilderness.
|The Troubled Roar of the Waters
Vermont in Flood and Recovery, 1927-1931
A timely look at the Vermont flood of 1927 as a window on the history of America in the 1920s
|Clifford, Deborah Pickman and Nicholas R. Clifford|
Geography and Identity, 1865-1910
A piercing new look at nineteenth-century Vermont politics and society, and the evolution of a people
|Searls, Paul M.|
|Voices without Votes
Women and Politics in Antebellum New England
Revelatory scholarship about New England women engaging mainstream politics in the antebellum period
|Zboray, Ronald J. and Mary Saracino Zboray|