Spring 2017

Type: Washington History
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Washington History, A Publication of The Historical Society of Washington, D.C.: Volume 29 Number 1, edited by Chris Myers Asch. Contents: "Yes, It Can Be Done" A Photographer's Record of Latino Washington by Rick Reinhard. "A Strictly White Residential Section" The Rise and Demise of Racially Restrictive Covenants in Bloomingdale by Sarah Jane Shoenfeld and Mara Cherkasky. Frances Eliza Hall Postbellum Teacher in Washington, D.C. by Alcione M. Amos and Patricia Brown Savage. The Cholera Panic in Washington and the Compromise of 1850 by Stephen E. Maizlish. Washington History is the only scholarly journal devoted exclusively to the history of our nation's capital. Started in 1989, the journal replaced the original Records of the Columbia Historical Society, printed since 1897. Washington History is filled with scholarly articles, reviews, and a rich array of images and is written and edited by distinguished historians and journalists. Each year, the Historical Society published two issues of Washington History.

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