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    Healing the frontier: Catholic sisters, hospitals, and medicine men in the Wisconsin Big Woods, 1880-1920
    Holding the border: power, identity, and the conversion of Mercia
    Household war: guerrilla-men, rebel women, and guerilla warfare in Civil War Missouri
    Houses divided: evangelical schisms, society, and law and the crisis of the Union in Missouri, 1837-1876
    "I was sick and you visited me": the hospital of Saint John in Brussels and its patrons
    Indian sovereignty and religious freedom : United States public land management and Indian sacred sites, 1978-2014
    “The Island Belonged to Them” Slave Provisioning and Empire in the British West Indies, 1679-1833
    "Just Rage" : causes of the rise in violence in the eastern campaigns of Alexander the Great
    Kachinas are snowmakers: United States public land management and the Hopi quest for religious freedom, 1962-2008
    "The kingdom of the English is of God": the effects of the Norman conquest on the cult of the saints in England
    Late-Medieval Perception of Abnormal Behavior
    Leonard Stöckel: docta pietas in the service of Lutheran reform
    "Longing in vain to climb into the ducal bed": gossip and rumor in Orderic Vitalis' Ecclesiastical History
    The making of a frontier society: northeastern Wales between the Norman and Edwardian conquests
    Man up : muscular Christianity and the making of 20th-century American religion
    The metics and their social position: foreign residents in Athens during the Classical period
    The missional ground : Indians, missionaries, and the forging of the antebellum frontiers
    Mississippi Mau Mau : Medgar Evers and the black freedom struggle, 1952-1963
    Missouri's hidden Civil War: financial conspiracy and the decline of the planter elite, 1861-1865
    Mixed up in the making: Martin Luther King Jr., Cesar Chavez, and the images of their movements