- Title Pages
- General Editor’s Introduction
- Volume Editor’s Acknowledgements
- List of Illustrations
- List of Abbreviations
- Notes on Contributors
- Selective Chronology 1860–1920
- Chapter 1 The Changing Face of Publishing
- Chapter 2 Story Papers
- Chapter 3 Dime Novels
- Chapter 4 Nineteenth-Century Reprint Libraries
- Chapter 5 Newspapers
- Chapter 6 The Magazine Revolution, 1880–1920
- Chapter 7 American Advertising
- Chapter 8 Postcard Culture in America
- Chapter 9 Early Motion Pictures and Popular Print Culture
- Chapter 10 Internationalizing the Popular Print Marketplace
- Chapter 11 Labour and Popular Print Culture
- Chapter 12 American Woman’s Suffrage Print Culture
- Chapter 13 Religion and Popular Print Culture
- Chapter 14 Juvenile Publications
- Chapter 15 Westerns
- Chapter 16 Science Fiction
- Chapter 17 The Humour Industry
- Chapter 18 Sensationalism
- Chapter 19 Popular Poetry in Circulation
- Chapter 20 ‘To make something of the Indian’
- Chapter 21 ‘To have the benefit of some special machinery’
- Chapter 22 Mexican / American
- 23 The Yellow Claw
- Chapter 24 A Transatlantic Sensation
- Chapter 25 Vision of Pacific Destiny
- Chapter 26 The American Civil War
- Chapter 27 Rough Justice
- Chapter 28 Jacob Riis and Popularizing the Photography of Class Trauma
- Chapter 29 Understanding Readers of Fiction in American Periodicals, 1880–1914
- Appendix 2 Archival Resources
- The Oxford History of Popular Print Culture
- Oxford University Press
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—— (2003), ‘Scissorizing and Scrapbooks: Nineteenth-Century Reading, Remaking, and Recirculating’, in Lisa Gitelman and Geoffrey B. Pingree (eds.), New Media, 1740–1915 (Cambridge, MA: MIT Press), 207–27.
(p.631) —— (2006), ‘Anonymity, Authorship, and Recirculation: A Civil War Episode’, Book History 9: 159–78.
—— (2008), ‘The Power of Recirculation: Scrapbooks and the Reception of the Nineteenth-Century Press’, New Directions in American Reception Study, eds. Philip Goldstein and James L. Machor (New York: Oxford University Press), 211–31.
—— (forthcoming), Book, Paper, Scissors: Scrapbooks Remake Print Culture (New York: Oxford University Press).
Helfand, Jessica (2008), Scrapbooks: An American History (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press).
Siegel, Elizabeth (2010), Galleries of Friendship and Fame: A History of Nineteenth-Century American Photograph Albums (New Haven, CT: Yale University Press).
Tucker, Susan, Katherine Ott, and Patricia P. Buckler, eds. (2006), The Scrapbook in American Life (Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press).