[Footnotes]

[Footnotes]
1
Robert Berkhofer, Beyond the Great Story (Cambridge, Mass., 1995), 92.
Berkhofer
92
Beyond the Great Story
1995
Ernest A. Breisach, Amer- ican Progressive History: An Experiment in Modernization (Chicago, 1993).
Breisach
American Progressive History: An Experiment in Modernization
1993
2
Carl L. Becker, Everyman His Own Historian (New York, 1935), dedication.
Becker
Everyman His Own Historian
1935
3
Lawrence Levine, "The Historian and the Culture Gap," in L. P. Curtis, Jr., ed., The Historian's Workshop: Original Essays by Sixteen Historians (New York, 1970), 307-326.
Levine
The Historian and the Culture Gap
307
The Historian's Workshop: Original Essays by Sixteen Historians
1970
Clifford Geertz, Works and Lives: The Anthropologist as Author (Stanford, Calif., 1988), 144.
Geertz
144
Works and Lives: The Anthropologist as Author
1988
4
Carl Bridenbaugh, "The Great Mutation," American Historical Review, LXVIII (1963), 315-331.10.2307/1904534
315
5
Ibid., 328.
6
Journal of American History
7
"An Appraisal of Walter Prescott Webb's The Great Plains: A Study in Insti- tutions and Environment," Social Science Research Council Bulletin 46 (1940), 111-112.
111
46
Social Science Research Council Bulletin
1940
8
Samuel Eliot Morison, By Land and By Sea (New York, 1953), 328.
Morison
328
By Land and By Sea
1953
American Historical Review.
Breisach, American Progressive History, 127.
Breisach
127
American Progressive History
9
Morison, By Land and By Sea, 328.
Morison
328
By Land and By Sea
Kishlansky, "Serendipity and Skepticism," Harvard Magazine (Jan./Feb. 1996), 32.
Kishlansky
Jan.
32
Harvard Magazine
1996
10
"Two Bogueymen: Populism Revisited," Reviews in American History, III (1973), 472.10.2307/2701505
472
11
Richard J. Jensen's Illinois: A Bicentennial History in the Indiana Magazine of History, LXXV (1979), 359.
Jensen
359
LXXV
Indiana Magazine of History
1979
12
Gerald Nash, "Point of View: One Hundred Years of Western His- tory," Journal of the West, XXXII (1993), 3-4.
Nash
3
XXXII
Journal of the West
1993
13
Eric F. Goldman, John Bach McMaster: American Historian (Philadelphia, 1943), 143.
Goldman
143
John Bach McMaster: American Historian
1943
14
Jean Jules Jusserand, Wilbur Cortez Abbott, Charles W. Colby, and John Spencer Bassett, The Writing of History (New York, 1926), 117, 118.
Jusserand
117
The Writing of History
1926
A Short History of the United States (New York)
15
Goldman, John Bach McMastef, 143.
Goldman
143
John Bach McMastef
16
John D. Hicks, The Populist Revolt: A History of the Farmers' Alliance and the People's Party (Lincoln, 1961), 410-411.
Hicks
410
The Populist Revolt: A History of the Farmers' Alliance and the People's Party
1961
17
Martin Ridge, "Populism Redux: John D. Hicks and The Populist Revolt," Reviews in American History, XIII (1985), 142-154.10.2307/2702025
142
18
Peter Novick, That Noble Dream: The 'Objectivity Question' and the American Historical Profession (New York, 1988), 172-174.
Novick
172
That Noble Dream: The 'Objectivity Question' and the American Historical Profession
1988
19
"Oral Interview, Arnita Jones," Oct. 11, 1995,
Oct. 11
Oral Interview, Arnita Jones
1995
20
Daniel J. Kevles, "Eric Goldman," unpublished manuscript prepared for the 250th anniversary of the founding of Princeton University.
21
Ray Allen Billington, The Protestant Crusade, 1800-1860: A Study of the Origins of American Nativism (New York, 1938).
Billington
The Protestant Crusade, 1800-1860: A Study of the Origins of American Nativism
1938
25
New York Times, March 15, 1984.
March 15
New York Times
1984
26
Breisach, American Progressive History, 19.
Breisach
19
American Progressive History
27
Berkhofer, Beyond the Great Story, 25.
Berkhofer
25
Beyond the Great Story
28
Novick, That Noble Dream.
Breisach, American Progressive History, 156-162.
Breisach
156
American Progressive History
29
Los Angeles Times, May 23, 1996.
May 23
Los Angeles Times
1996
31
Henry Adams, "The Tendency of History," Annual Report of the American Historical Association, 1894 (Washington, D.C., 1895), 22.
Adams
The Tendency of History
22
Annual Report of the American Historical Association, 1894
1895
32
Los Angeles Times, May 12, 1996.
May 12
Los Angeles Times
1996
33
Arthur M. Schlesinger, Jr., "History as Therapy: A Dangerous Idea," New York Times, May 3, 1996.
Schlesinger
May 3
New York Times
1996
34
Berkhofer, Beyond the Great Story, 100.
Berkhofer
100
Beyond the Great Story
35
Virginia Scharff, "Else Surely We Shall All Hang Separately: The Politics of Western Women's History," Pacific His- torical Review, LXI (1992), 235-255.
Scharff
235
LXI
Pacific Historical Review
1992
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