The Southwestern Historical Quarterly, Volume 72, July 1968 - April, 1969 Page: 510
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Southwestern Historical Quarterly
"Was the Dred Scott Case Valid?" by Walter Ehrlich, The Journal
of American History (September, 1968). The author makes a case
for the fact that Dred Scott was not the property of the man who was
sued in the famous pre-Civil War slavery decision.
"Homes for Settlers" by Howard Kanetzke, Badger History (Sep-
tember, 1968). Many adult readers will be interested in this pictorial
essay for young historians on how log cabins and other structures were
"Nail Chronology As an Aid to Dating Old Buildings" by Lee H.
Nelson, History News (November, 1968). The archivist of the Na-
tional Park Service tells how to date structures with some accuracy
by noting the various kinds of nails used; handmade, cut, or wire.
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