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Boston's Histories Essays in Honor of Thomas H. O'Connor / edited by James M. O'Toole and David Quigley ; [new foreword by Julie de Chantal]. [print]

Contributor(s): Chantal, Julie de [writer of foreword.] | Quigley, David, 1966- [editor] | O'Toole, James M, 1950- [editor] | O'Connor, Thomas H, 1922-2012 [honouree.] | Project Muse []Material type: TextTextDescription: 1 online resource (1 online resource xiv, 284 pages)Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781555538811; 1555538819Subject(s): Massachusetts -- Boston | Boston (Mass.) -- Politics and government | Boston (Mass.) -- Social conditions | Boston (Mass.) -- History | Social conditions | Politics and governmentGenre/Form: History. | Electronic books. LOC classification: F73.35F73.35.O999.B678 2019Online resources: Click here to access online COPYRIGHT NOT covered - Click this link to request copyright permission: https://lib.ciu.edu/copyright-request-form
Contents:
O'Connor's Boston/ Sam Bass Warner, Jr. ; "A long train of hideous consequences" : Boston, capital punishment, and the transformation of Republicanism, 1780-1805/ Alan Rogers Power and social responsibility : entrepreneurs and the Black community in Antebellum Boston/ Lois E. Horton and James Oliver Horton The secret world of radical publishers : the case of Thayer and Eldridge of Boston/ Albert J. von Frank ; "Lawless and unprincipled" : women in Boston's Civil War draft riot/ Judith Ann Giesberg Portrait of a parish : race, ethnicity, and class in Boston's Cathedral of the Holy Cross, 1865-1880/ James M. O'Toole Charles Sumner and the political cultures of reconstruction in Massachusetts/ David Quigley The Irish question and Boston politics/ Lawrence W. Kennedy Contested bodies and souls : immigrant converts in Boston, 1890-1940/ Kristen A. Petersen ; "A strong argument for juries" : the saga of Willett volume Herrick/ Mark I. Gelfand The politics of sex and race in Boston's NAACP, 1920-1940/ Sarah Deutsch The last hurrah and the pluralist vision of American politics/ James J. Connolly The failure of Catholic interracialism in Boston before busing/ William Leonard The Catholic Church and the desegregation of Boston's public schools/ James E. Glinski.
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Reprint of 2004 edition with new foreword.

O'Connor's Boston/ Sam Bass Warner, Jr. ; "A long train of hideous consequences" : Boston, capital punishment, and the transformation of Republicanism, 1780-1805/ Alan Rogers Power and social responsibility : entrepreneurs and the Black community in Antebellum Boston/ Lois E. Horton and James Oliver Horton The secret world of radical publishers : the case of Thayer and Eldridge of Boston/ Albert J. von Frank ; "Lawless and unprincipled" : women in Boston's Civil War draft riot/ Judith Ann Giesberg Portrait of a parish : race, ethnicity, and class in Boston's Cathedral of the Holy Cross, 1865-1880/ James M. O'Toole Charles Sumner and the political cultures of reconstruction in Massachusetts/ David Quigley The Irish question and Boston politics/ Lawrence W. Kennedy Contested bodies and souls : immigrant converts in Boston, 1890-1940/ Kristen A. Petersen ; "A strong argument for juries" : the saga of Willett volume Herrick/ Mark I. Gelfand The politics of sex and race in Boston's NAACP, 1920-1940/ Sarah Deutsch The last hurrah and the pluralist vision of American politics/ James J. Connolly The failure of Catholic interracialism in Boston before busing/ William Leonard The Catholic Church and the desegregation of Boston's public schools/ James E. Glinski.

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