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American heritage

April/May 1982, vol. 33, no. 3.

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This edition was published in by American Heritage Pub. in New York.

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112 pages

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American heritage: April/May 1982, vol. 33, no. 3.
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American heritage

April/May 1982, vol. 33, no. 3.

This edition was published in by American Heritage Pub. in New York.


Table of Contents

An interview with John Huston: the dean of American movie men at seventy-five / Joseph E. Persico
Electra Webb and her American past: how a brave and gifted woman defied her parents and her background to create the splendid collection that is Shelburne / Walter Karp
Bernardo de Gálvez: the forgotten revolutionary conquistador who saved Louisiana / Thomas Fleming
American characters: Henry Ware Lawton / Richard F. Snow
History and the imagination: ragtime and reds / Arthur Schlesinger, Jr.
Historical fiction: our most popular practitioner of the art speaks of its challenges and rewards / James A. Michener
"Shut the goddam plant": the first sit-down strike / Stephen W. Sears
The very odd vision of F.W. Guerin: he never quite got it right
Making history: an interview with Theodore H. White / Bernard A. Weisberger
The plot to steal Lincoln's body: Illinois thugs chose election night, 1876, as a "damned elegant time" to set in motion a grisly plan / Deane and Peggy Robertson
A heritage preserved: fort adobe
Happy ending: the ultimate traveling salesman joke.
The fu-go project: Japan had a fantastic scheme to bring terror and destruction to American shores during World War II ... / Carmine A. Prioli
Bats away!: ... on the other hand, look what we were up to / Joe Michael Feist
John Sloan's New Mexico: the leading member of the Ashcan school spent his summers a continent away from the slums and elevated trains that made him famous
Readers' album: home on the range.

Edition Notes

"Sponsored by American Association for State & Local History [and] Society of American Historians."

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112 p. :
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112

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OL24406881M
Internet Archive
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OCLC/WorldCat
34208014

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