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The Pennsylvania Historical Association is pleased to announce that the Winter 2017 (84.1) issue of Pennsylvania History is now available in print for members and online via JSTOR and ProjectMuse. The table of contents includes:
Catholic Activism: How Religious Identity Shaped Catholic College Peace and Anti-ROTC Movements in Philadelphia by Lauren Michele De Angelis
Promoting the “Book of Nature”: Philadelphia’s Role in Popularizing Science for Christian Citizens in the Early Republic by Lily Santoro
The January 2017 issue of the Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography (PMHB) is now available in print and online. Contents include:
John Laurence and the Role of Military Justice at Valley Forge
by Keith Marshall Jones III