National Archives Sees All, Lists My Hiroshima Genocide Article

The National Archives, the nation’s attic, well whatever, releases a quarterly list of research that uses archival materials from N.A.R.A. (National Archives and Records Administration). I wonder how their search engines are able to so quickly determine this. Scary given the power of monitoring and watching in John Yoo’s America. My article, “Hiroshima and Spinning the Atom: America, Britain, and Canada Proclaim the Nuclear Age, August 6, 1945″ is at the very bottom when I cut off the list:

Quarterly Compilation of Periodical Literature Reflecting the Use of Records in the National Archives: 2010

Volume 37, Number 1, January-March, 2010

  1. “Lost: The National Archives Documents the Missing”. Manuscript Society News 30, no.4 (2009): 63-65.
    NARA photos
  2. Adams, Jane; Gorton, D. “This Land Ain’t My Land: The Eviction of Sharecroppers by the Farm Security Administration”. Agricultural History 83, no.3 (Summer 2009): 323-351.
  3. Alexander, Joseph H. “A Bitter Hemorrhage of Fighting”. Naval History 24, no.2 (April 2010): 44-50.
    NARA photos
  4. Alexander, Joseph H. “The ‘Old Breed’ Girds for Battle”. Naval History 24, no.2 (April 2010): 18-21.
    NARA photos
  5. Aono, Toshihiko. “‘It Is Not Easy for the United States to Carry the Whole Load’: Anglo-American Relations during the Berlin Crisis, 1961-1962”. Diplomatic History 34, no.2 (April 2010): 325-356.
    RG059/RG218/JFK Library
  6. Bach, Morten; Hale, Korcaighe. “‘What He Is Speaks So Loud That I Can’t Hear What He’s Saying’: R.W. Scott McLeod and the Long Shadow of Joe McCarthy”. Historian 72, no.1 (Spring 2010): 67-95.
    RG046/DDE Library
  7. Barrett, David M. “Why Intelligence Failures Are (Still) Inevitable”. Diplomatic History 34, no.1 (January 2010): 207-213.
  8. Bearss, Edwin C. “Pinned Down and Wounded at Suicide Creek”. Naval History 24, no.2 (April 2010): 42-43.
    NARA photos
  9. Boylan, Kevin M. “The Red Queen’s Race: Operation Washington Green and Pacification in Binh Dinh Province,1969-70”. Journal of Military History 73, no.4 (October 2009): 1195-1230.
  10. Brady, Tim; Tarbox, James M. “World War II in HD: Through Their Eyes”. History: The History Channel Magazine 7, no.6 (November-December 2009): 31-43.
    NARA photos
  11. Browne, Joseph. “‘To Bring Out the Intellect of the Race’: An African American Freedmen’s Bureau Agent in Maryland”. Maryland Historical Magazine 104, no.4 (Winter 2009): 374-401.
  12. Bryan, Mark Evans. “‘Slideing into Monarchical extravagance’: Cato at Valley Forge and the Testimony of William Bradford Jr.”. William and Mary Quarterly 67, no.1 (January 2010): 123-144.
  13. Castonguay, Stephane. “Creating an Agricultural World Order: Regional Plant Protection Problems and International Phytopathology, 1878-1939”. Agricultural History 84, no.1 (Winter 2010): 46-73.
  14. Clark, Donald A. “‘But What Should We Say?’ The Story of a Fallen Patriot”. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 102, no.3-4 (Fall-Winter 2009): 307-323.
  15. Cohen, Daniel A. “Making Hero Strong: Teenage Ambition, Story-Paper Fiction, and the Generational Recasting of American Women’s Authorship”. Journal of the Early Republic 30, no.1 (Spring 2010): 85-136.
  16. Cohen, Naomi W. “Commissioner Williams and the Jews”. American Jewish Archives Journal 61, no.2 (2009): 99-126.
    Online version
  17. Contreni, Maureen C. “Schwab v. Coleman: The Making of Enemy Aliens, Naturalization Law, and Citizens in Baltimore, 1937-1944”. Maryland Historical Magazine 104, no.4 (Winter 2009): 418-443.
  18. Costigliola, Frank. “After Roosevelt’s Death: Dangerous Emotions, Divisive Discourses, and the Abandoned Alliance”. Diplomatic History 34, no.1 (January 2010): 1-23.
    RG059/RG334/FDR Library/HST Library/NARA photos
  19. Cull, Nicholas J. “Speeding the Strange Death of American Public Diplomacy: The George H.W. Bush Administration and the U.S. Information Agency”. Diplomatic History 34, no.1 (January 2010): 47-69.
    RG306/GHWB Library
  20. Cunningham, Roger D. “The 2d Cavalry Division”. On Point 15, no.3 (Winter 2010): 22-25.
    NARA photos
  21. Davis, Robert Scott. “Joe Ritchey of Tennessee: An American Desperado in Legends, the Newspapers, and a Federal Pension File”. Tennessee Historical Quarterly 69, no.2 (Summer 2009): 152-173.
  22. Drea, Edward J. “The Seldom-Seen Enemy”. Naval History 24, no.2 (April 2010): 22-25.
    NARA photos
  23. Ellis, Catherine H. “Clouds, Snow, Fire and Jail: Walter M. Ainslie’s 1921 Air Tour and the Birth of Aviation in Northern Arizona”. Journal of Arizona History 50, no.4 (Winter 2009): 315-338.
  24. Ellis, Joseph J. “Madison’s Radical Agenda”. American Heritage 59, no.4 (Winter 2010): 39-40.
    NARA photos
  25. Engel, Jeffrey A. “A Better World…but Don’t Get Carried Away: The Foreign Policy of George H.W. Bush Twenty Years On”. Diplomatic History 34, no.1 (January 2010): 25-46.
    RG059/GHWB Library
  26. Foo, Yee Wah. “Fu Bingchang, Chiang Kai-shek and Yalta”. Cold War History 9, no.3 (August 2009): 389-409.
  27. Frank, Richard B. “First Contact with the Enemy”. Naval History 24, no.2 (April 2010): 28-35.
    NARA photos
  28. Frank, Richard B. “The Pacific War’s Biggest Battle”. Naval History 24, no.2 (April 2010): 56-61.
    NARA photos
  29. Frank, Richard B. “Waging War in a Rain Forest”. Naval History 24, no.2 (April 2010): 36-40.
    NARA photos
  30. Franz, William. “‘To Live By Depredations’: Main Poc’s Strategic Use of Violence”. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 102, no.3-4 (Fall-Winter 2009): 238-247.
  31. Freilich, Kay Haviland. “Verifying an Ancestor’s Words: The Autobiography of Mary (Seeds) Haviland”. National Genealogical Society Quarterly 97, no.4 (December 2009): 245-64.
  32. Fried, Richard M. “The Iron Curtain in Rhetoric and Reality”. Diplomatic History 34, no.1 (January 2010): 187-191.
    HH Library
  33. Friedman, Norman. “The South Carolina Sisters: America’s First Dreadnoughts”. Naval History 24, no.1 (February 2010): 16-23.
  34. Goitein, Patricia L. “Meet Me in Heaven: Confronting Death along the Galena Trail Frontier 1825-1855”. Journal of the Illinois State Historical Society 102, no.3-4 (Fall-Winter 2009): 248-281.
  35. Goldman, Zachary K. “Ties That Bind: John F. Kennedy and the Foundations of the American-Israeli Alliance”. Cold War History 9, no.1 (February 2009): 23-58.
    JFK Library
  36. Gwinn, Nancy E. “The Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institution, and the Global Exchange of Government Documents, 1834-1889”. Libraries & the Cultural Record 45, no.1 (2010): 107-122.
  37. Hatle, Elizabeth Dorsey; Vaillancourt, Nancy M. “‘One Flag, One School, One Language’: Minnesota’s Ku Klux Klan in the 1920s”. Minnesota History 61, no.8 (Winter 2009-10): 360-371.
  38. Haynes, Robert V. “The Tragic Tenure of Territorial Governor Robert Williams”. Journal of Mississippi History 71, no.2 (Summer 2009): 139-166.
  39. Herwig, Holger H. “Slaughter in Paradise”. Naval History 24, no.1 (February 2010): 56-63.
    NARA photos
  40. Heyde, Veronika. “Amerika und die Neuordnung Europas vor dem Marshallplan (1940-1944)”. Vierteljahrshefte fur Zeitgeschichte 58, no.1 (January 2010): 115-136.
    RG059/FDR Library
  41. Holmes, Todd. “The Economic Roots of Reaganism: Corporate Conservatives, Political Economy, and the United Farm Workers Movement, 1965-1970”. Western Historical Quarterly 41, no.1 (Spring 2010): 55-80.
    RR Library
  42. Iguchi, Haruo. “The Secrets behind Japan’s Ability to Cope with U.S. Economic Sanctions, 1940-1941”. Diplomatic History 34, no.1 (January 2010): 177-182.
  43. Janssen, Volker. “When the ‘Jungle’ Met the Forest: Public Work, Civil Defense, and Prison Camps in Postwar California”. Journal of American History 96, no.3 (December 2009): 702-726.
    RR Library
  44. Jones, Catherine. “Ties That Bind, Bonds That Break: Children in the Reorganization of Households in Postemancipation Virginia”. Journal of Southern History 76, no.1 (February 2010): 71-106.
  45. Kammer, David. “‘A Matter Very Close to My Heart’: Franklin D. Roosevelt, the Tingleys, and the Creation of the Carrie Tingley Hospital for Crippled Children”. New Mexico Historical Review 85, no.1 (Winter 2010): 39-60.
    FDR Library
  46. Kayaoglu, Barin. “Strategic Imperatives, Democratic Rhetoric: The United States and Turkey, 1945-52”. Cold War History 9, no.3 (August 2009): 321-345.
  47. Kelley, Christopher S.; Marshall, Bryan W. “Going It Alone: The Politics of Signing Statements from Reagan to Bush II”. Social Science Quarterly 91, no.1 (March 2010): 168-187.
  48. Kimball, Gary. “William Jefferson Hardin: A Grand but Forgotten Park City African American”. Utah Historical Quarterly 78, no.1 (Winter 2010): 23-38.
  49. Kimberly, Charles M. “The Depression in Maryland: The Failure of Voluntaryism”. Maryland Historical Magazine 104, no.4 (Winter 2009): 402-417.
  50. Kirby, Jack Temple. “ANCESTRYdotBOMB: Genealogy, Genomics, Mischief, Mystery, and Southern Family Stories”. Journal of Southern History 76, no.1 (February 2010): 3-38.
  51. Kirstein, Peter N. “Hiroshima and Spinning the Atom: America, Britain, and Canada Proclaim the Nuclear Age, 6 August 1945”. Historian 71, no.4 (Winter 2009): 805-827.
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