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American heritage : June/July 1981, vo. 32, no. 4.

Publisher: New York : American Heritage Pub., 1981.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Genre/Form: Interviews
Anecdotes
Pictorial works
Personal narratives, American
Named Person: Theodore Roosevelt; James A Garfield; Charles J Guiteau; Clelia Duel Mosher; Martin A Couney; David G McCullough
Document Type: Book
OCLC Number: 34275007
Notes: "Sponsored by American Association for State & Local History [and] Society of American Historians."
Description: 112 p. : ill. ; 29 cm.
Contents: Theodore Roosevelt, President: for TR, the nation's highest office was never a burden; he loved the job, and Americans loved him for loving it / Edmund Morris --
The healing art: three hundred years of medicine in America: the artists' view --
A heritage preserved: bank holdup / T.H. Watkins --
Assassin on trial: a century ago a President's murderer went on trial for the first time in our history. The issues raised then continue to trouble us / John M. Taylor --
History and the imagination / Arthur Schlesinger, Jr. --
Shadows of the storm: a haunting portfolio of newly discovered Civil War photographs --
The Mosher report: examining the sexual habits of American women, half a century before Kinsey / Kathryn Allamong Jacob --
A demonstration at Shippingport: nuclear power comes on line / Richard Rhodes --
The time of the great fever: uranium boom on the Colorado Plateau / Larry L. Meyer --
Now and then: energy and history / David Rose --
Xanadu by the salt flats: memories of a pleasure dome / Wallace Stegner --
American characters: Martin Couney / Richard F. Snow. Iwo Jima: the deadliest battle of the Pacific war, recalled by a Marine correspondent / Alvin M. Josephy, Jr. --
Relics of the horn: a photographic record by Norman Brouwer --
Making history: an interview with David McCullough / Bernard A. Weisberger --
Readers' album: miniature matrimony.

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