Table of contents for Marsden Hartley : race, region, and nation / Donna Cassidy.

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	Acknowledgments	oo
Introduction: Beyond Hartley the Modernist	1
	I Painting and Marketing Region
1. The "Painter from Maine" and New England Regionalism	00
2. Consumerism, Tourism, and Regional Art	00
	II Inventing the Past
3. Autobiography: Creating the Self, Region, and Nation	00
4. The Lincoln Portraits: Between Autobiography and Public History	000
5. Artifacts and the Historical Landscape	000
	III Representing the Folk
6. The Folk and the Modernist Primitive	000
7. The Working-Class Male Body: Masculinity, Homosexuality, and Nation	000
8. The North Altantic Folk and Racial Discourse	000
	Appendixes: Essays by Marsden Hartley 000
	A "New England on the Trapeze"
	B "The Six Greatest New England Painters"
	C "On the Subject of Nativeness--a Tribute to Maine"
	D "This Country of Maine"
	E "George Fuller"
	F "The Nordica Homestead"
	G "Fanny [sic] Hardy Eckstorm--Penobscot Man"
	Notes	000
	Bibliography	000
	Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Hartley, Marsden, 1877-1943 -- Criticism and interpretation.
Modernism (Art) -- United States.
Regionalism in art -- United States.