15 July 2005 - Friday

History Carnival XII

The twelfth History Carnival is up at Mode for Caleb! There's lots of historical and historiological goodness to be had.

A sample of the entries:

Nathanael Robinson writes that the bourgeoisie in nineteenth-century Europe was more radical than we often assume. >>

Susan Kitchens liveblogs the Trinity atomic bomb test. >>

In a trademark multi-part post, Mark Grimsley examines the American Civil War as "a people's war." >>

Brandon Watson looks at Alexander Hamilton's religious beliefs and tragic demise. >>

Alun illustrates the usefulness of RSS to historians. >>

Barista investigates a mysterious prank aboard the ship of James Cook. >>

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