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Garfield, Jay L., and Patricia Hennessey, eds. Abortion
Moral and Legal Perspectives
Garland, Max. The Postal Confessions [node-title]
Garner, John S. The Model Company Town
Urban Design through Private Enterprise in Nineteenth-Century New England
Garner, Karen K. Precious Fire
Maud Russell and the Chinese Revolution
Gassan, Richard H. The Birth of American Tourism
New York, the Hudson Valley, and American Culture, 1790-1835
Gaunt, Carole O'Malley. Hungry Hill
A Memoir
Gifford, James. Dayneford's Library
American Homosexual Writing, 1900-1913
Gilbert, Adam. A Shadow on Our Hearts
Soldier-Poetry, Morality, and the American War in Vietnam
Gilbert, Daniel A. Expanding the Strike Zone
Baseball in the Age of Free Agency
Gimenez Smith, Carmen. Goodbye, Flicker
Gladsky, Thomas S. Princes, Peasants, and Other Polish Selves
Ethnicity in American Literature
Glancy, Diane. Primer of the Obsolete [node-title]
Glasker, Wayne C. Black Students in the Ivory Tower
African American Student Activism at the University of Pennsylvania, 1967-1990
Glassberg, David. Sense of History
The Place of the Past in American Life
Glasser, Leah Blatt. In a Closet Hidden
The Life and Work of Mary E. Wilkins Freeman
Glenn, Charles L. The Myth of the Common School
Glenn, Myra C. Dr. Harriot Kezia Hunt
Nineteenth-Century Physician and Woman’s Rights Advocate
Gollin, Rita K. Annie Adams Fields
Woman of Letters
Goodheart, Lawrence B. The Solemn Sentence of Death
Capital Punishment in Connecticut
Goodheart, Lawrence B. Mad Yankees
The Hartford Retreat for the Insane and Nineteenth-Century Psychiatry