SUBJECT OF BOOKS
Margaret Lamberts Bendroth. Fundamentalists in the City: Conflict and Division in Boston's Churches, 1885-1950. Oxford University Press. 2005. 250pp.
John Ballard Blake. Public Health in the Town of Boston, 1630-1822. Harvard University Press. 1959. 278pp.
Susan E. Eaton. The Other Boston Busing Story: What's Won and Lost Across the Boundary Line. Yale University Press. 2001. 293pp.
Ronald P. Formisano. Boston Against Busing: Race, Class, and Ethnicity in the 1960s and 1970s. University of North Carolina Press. 2004. 354pp.
Gerald Gamm. Urban Exodus: Why the Jews Left Boston and the Catholics Stayed. Harvard University Press. 2001. 384pp.
Gerald H. Gamm. The Making of New Deal Democrats: Voting Behavior and Realignment in Boston, 1920-1940. University of Chicago Press. 1989. 277pp.
Susan Gedutis. See You at the Hall: Boston's Golden Era of Irish Music and Dance. University Press of New England. 2005. 252pp.
James Jennings; Mel King (editors). From Access to Power: Black Politics in Boston. Schenkman Books. 1986. 196pp.
Paula M. Kane. Separatism and Subculture: Boston Catholicism, 1900-1920. UNC Press. 2002. 430pp.
Herbert A. Kenny. Newspaper Row: Journalism in the Pre-Television Era. Globe Pequot. 1987. 236pp. Boston newspapers, 1890-1956.
Adam R. Nelson. The Elusive Ideal: Equal Educational Opportunity and the Federal Role in Boston's Public Schools, 1950-1985. University of Chicago Press. 2005. 332pp.
Thomas H. O'Connor. The Hub: Boston Past and Present. University Press of New England. 2001. 310pp.
Thomas H. O'Connor. South Boston, My Home Town: The History of an Ethnic Neighborhood. Quinlan Press. 1988. 259pp.
Thomas H. O'Connor. Building a New Boston: Politics and Urban Renewal, 1950-1970. University Pres of New England. 1995. 368pp.
Thomas H. O'Connor. The Boston Irish: A Political History. Little Brown & Company. 1997. 384pp.
Stephen Puleo. Dark Tide: The Great Boston Molasses Flood of 1919. Beacon Press. 2004. 280pp.
Jonathan D. Sarna; Ellen Smith; Scott-Martin Kosofsky (editors). The Jews of Boston. Yale University Press. 2005. 370pp.
Tilo Schabert. Boston Politics: The Creativity of Power. Walter de Gruyter. 1989. 363pp.
Nancy S. Seasholes. Gaining Ground: A History of Landmaking in Boston. MIT Press. 2003. 533pp.
Douglass Shand-Tucci. Built in Boston: City and Suburb, 1800-2000. University of Massachusetts Press. 1999. 451pp.
Jack Tager. Boston Riots: Three Centuries of Social Violence. Northeastern University Press. 2000. 289pp.
Steven J. L. Taylor. Desegregation in Boston and Buffalo: The Influence of Local Leaders. SUNY Press. 1998. 259pp.
Charles H. Trout. Boston, the Great Depression, and the New Deal. Oxford University Press. 1977. 401pp.
Lawrence J. Vale. Reclaiming Public Housing: A Half Century of Struggle in Three Public Neighborhoods. Harvard University Press. 2002. 482pp.
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