SUBJECT OF BOOKS
Richard M. Abrams. Conservatism in a Progressive Era: Massachusetts Politics, 1900-1912. Harvard University Press. 1964. 327pp.
Henry F. Bedford. Socialism and the Workers in Massachusetts, 1886-1912. University of Massachusetts Press. 1966. 315pp.
Geoffrey Blodgett. The Gentle Reformers: Massachusetts Democrats in the Cleveland Era: Massachusetts Democrats in the Cleveland Era. Harvard University Press. 1966. 342pp.
Richard D. Brown; Jack Tager. Massachusetts: A Concise History. University of Massachusetts Press. 2000. 361pp.
Richard D. Brown. Revolutionary Politics in Massachusetts: The Boston Committee of Correspondence and the Towns, 1772-1774. Harvard University Press. 1970. 282pp.
Robert E. Brown. Middle-Class Democracy and the Revolution in Massachusetts, 1691-1780. Cornell University Press. 1955. 458pp. For the American Historical Association.
Richard L. Bushman. King and People in Provincial Massachusetts. UNC Press. 1992. 290pp.
David W. Conroy. In Public Houses: Drink & the Revolution of Authority in Colonial Massachusetts. UNC Press. 1995. 351pp.
Arthur B. Darling. Political Changes in Massachusetts, 1824-1848: A Study of Liberal Movements in Politics. Yale University Press. 1925. 392pp.
William Thomas Davis. History of the Judiciary of Massachusetts: Including the Plymouth and Massachusetts Colonies, the Province of the Massachusetts Bay, and the Commonwealth. Boston: Boston Book Co.. 1900. 446pp.
Clyde Augustus Duniway. The Development of Freedom of the Press in Massachusetts. New York: Longmans, Green, and Co.. 1906. 202pp.
Thomas A. Foster. Sex and the Eighteenth-Century Man: Massachusetts and the History of Sexuality in America. Beacon Press. 2007. 223pp.
David D. Hall. Puritanism in Seventeenth-Century Massachusetts. Holt, Rinehart and Winston. 1968. 122pp.
Van Beck Hall. Politics Without Parties: Massachusetts, 1780-1791. University of Pittsburgh Press. 1972. 375pp.
Samuel Bannister Harding. The Contest Over the Ratification of the Federal Constitution in the State of Massachusetts. Harvard University Press. 1896. 194pp.
Carol Hardy-Fanta; Jeffrey N. Gerson. Latino Politics in Massachusetts: Struggles, Strategies, and Prospects. Taylor & Francis. 2002. 336pp.
William F. Hartford. Money, Morals, and Politics: Massachusetts in the Age of the Boston Associates. Northeastern University Press. 2001. 286pp.
Michael E. Hennessy. Four Decades of Massachusetts Politics, 1890-1935. Ayer Publishing. 1971. 562pp.
Christine Leigh Heyrman. Commerce and Culture: The Maritime Communities of Colonial Massachusetts 1690-1750. W. W. Norton. 1986. 432pp.
Richard A. Hogarty. Massachusetts Politics and Public Policy: Studies in Power and Leadership. University of Massachusetts Press. 2002. 325pp.
J. Joseph Huthmacher. Massachusetts People and Politics, 1919-1933. Atheneum. 1969. 328pp.
Alexander Keyssar. Out of Work: The First Century of Unemployment in Massachusetts. Cambridge University Press. 1986. 469pp.
Benjamin Woods Labaree. Colonial Massachusetts: A History. KTO Press. 1979. 349pp.
Edgar Litt. The Political Cultures of Massachusetts. MIT Press. 1965. 224pp.
Jerome M. Mileur; George T. Sulzner. Campaigning for the Massachusetts Senate: Electioneering Outside the Political Limelight. University of Massachusetts Press. 1974. 196pp.
Samuel Eliot Morison. The Maritime History of Massachusetts, 1783-1860. Boston: Houghton Mifflin. 1921. 420pp.
William Pencak. War, Politics & Revolution in Provincial Massachusetts. Northeastern University Press. 1981. 314pp.
Ronald Arthur Petrin. French Canadians in Massachusetts Politics, 1885-1915: Ethnicity and Political Pragmatism. Balch Institute Press. 1990. 234pp.
Susan Lynne Porter. Women of the Commonwealth: Work, Family, and Social Change in Nineteenth-Century Massachusetts. University of Massachusetts Press. 1996. 240pp.
James H. Stark. The Loyalists of Massachusetts and the Other Side of the American Revolution. Boston: James H. Stark. 1907. 505pp.
Jack Tager; John W. Ifkovic (editors). Massachusetts in the Gilded Age: Selected Essays. University of Massachusetts Press. 1985. 255pp.
Betty Taymor. Running Against the Wind: The Struggle of Women in Massachusetts Politics. Northeastern University Press. 2000. 218pp.
Conrad Edick Wright (editor). Massachusetts and the New Nation. Massachusetts Historical Society. 1992. 296pp.
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