3d ser., 74, no. 2 April 2017
Christopher Grasso and Peter C. Mancall, World and Ground195 | Abstract
Juliana Barr, There’s No Such Thing as “Prehistory”: What the Longue Durée of Caddo and Pueblo History Tells Us about Colonial America203 | Abstract
Susan Juster, Planting the “great cross”: The Life, and Death, of Crosses in English America241 | Abstract
Gregory E. O’Malley, Slavery’s Converging Ground: Charleston’s Slave Trade as the Black Heart of the Lowcountry271 | Abstract
Cathy Matson, Putting the Lydia to Sea: The Material Economy of Shipping in Colonial Philadelphia303 | Abstract
“Runaways, Refugees, and Race in the Revolutionary Era,” a review essay of Aslakson, Making Race in the Courtroom: The Legal Construction of Three Races in Early New Orleans; and Blanck, Tyrannicide: Forging an American Law of Slavery in Revolutionary South Carolina and Massachusetts.
By Kelly Kennington
“Puritanical Passions? Trying Sexual Misconduct in Early New England,” a review essay of Ben-Atar and Brown, Taming Lust: Crimes against Nature in the Early Republic; Blue, The Case of the Piglet’s Paternity: Trials from the New Haven Colony, 1639–1663; and Chandler, Law and Sexual Misconduct in New England, 1650–1750: Steering toward England.
By Richard A. Bailey
“Church, State, and Commonwealth: The Transatlantic Puritan Movement in England and America,” a review essay of Bremer, Building a New Jerusalem: John Davenport, a Puritan in Three Worlds; Van Engen, Sympathetic Puritans: Calvinist Fellow Feeling in Early New England; and Winship, Godly Republicanism: Puritans, Pilgrims, and a City on a Hill.
By Neal T. Dugre
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