Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture

Leading Early American Scholarship Since 1943


William and Mary Quarterly

3d ser., 44, no. 4 October 1987

Thomas Paine’s Apostles: Radical Emigres and the
Triumph of Jeffersonian Republicanism

Michael Durey
662

The Republican Wife:
Virtue and Seduction in the Early Republic

Jan Lewis
689

Women’s Authority in Pennsylvania and
New Jersey Quaker Meetings, 1680–1760

Jean R. Soderlund
722

Notes and Documents

In German Ways?
Problems and Potentials of Eighteenth–Century
German Social and Emigration History

A. G. Roeber
750

Did She Generally Decide?
Women in Ste. Genevieve, 1750–1805

Susan C. Boyle
775

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Reviews of Books

Bailyn, The Peopling of British North America: An Introduction and Voyagers to the West: A
Passage in the Peopling of America on the Eve of the Revolution
. By Joyce Appleby791

Ibid. By Allan Kulikoff796

Steele, The English Atlantic, 1675–1740: An Exploration of Communication and Community.
By J. M. Sosin799

Demos, Past, Present, and Personal: The Family and the Life Course in American History.
By Daniel Scott Smith802

Galenson, Traders, Planters, and Slaves: Market Behavior in Early English America. By
Herbert S. Klein805

Salmon, Women and the Law of Property in Early America. By Douglas Greenberg807

Rorabaugh, The Craft Apprentice from Franklin to the Machine Age in America. By Merritt
Roe Smith809

Billings, Selby, and Tate, Colonial Virginia: A History. By Richard R. Beeman811

Bloch, Visionary Republic: Millennial Themes in American Thought, 1756–1800. By Donald G. Mathews813

Thomas Jefferson: A Reference Biography, ed. Peterson. By Alan V. Briceland816

Mayer, A Son of Thunder: Patrick Henry and the American Republic. By John J. Reardon819

Ranlet, The New York Loyalists. By Don R. Gerlach820

MacKinnon, This Unfriendly Soil: The Loyalist Experience in Nova Scotia, 1783–1791. By John
G. Reid821

Spurlin, The French Enlightenment in America: Essays on the Times of the Founding Fathers.
By Michael Durey824

Miller, The First Liberty: Religion and the American Republic. By Samuel S. Hill826

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