Arland Thornton. “John Millar and Other Scholars of the 1700s and 1800s Using the Developmental Paradigm, Reading History Sideways, and International Cross-Sectional Data to Reach Conclusions about Changes in Family Relationships and Processes.” Working Paper. November 2005.
- Developmental Idealism and Beliefs about Marriage in the United States
- Developmental Idealism and a Half-Century of Family Attitude Trends in the United States
- Names Used Among Native Americans at the Colville Indian Agency: Perspectives from the 1885 Bureau of Indian Affairs Census
Reading History Sideways
For more information about the book and a description and critique of the method of reading history sideways