Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture

Leading Early American Scholarship Since 1943


William and Mary Quarterly

3d ser., 46, no. 3 July 1989

To the Quiet of the People:
Revolutionary Settlements and Civil Unrest in
Western Massachusetts, 1774–1789

John L. Brooke
425

Reluctant Exiles: The Problems of
Colonization in French North America

Peter N. Moogk
463

Shipping Patterns and the
Atlantic Trade of Bristol, 1749–1770

Kenneth Morgan
506

Free Labor and the Economy in
Seventeenth-Century Montserrat

Riva Berleant-Schiller
539

Forum

Beyond Roles, Beyond Spheres:
Thinking about Gender in the Early Republic

Linda K. Kerber, et. Al
565

Reviews of Books

Nash, Forging Freedom: The Formation of Philadelphia’s Black Community, 1720–1840. By
Waldo E. Martin, Jr.589

Karlsen, The Devil in the Shape of a Woman: Witchcraft in Colonial New England. By Stephen Nissenbaum593

Morgan, Inventing the People: The Rise of Popular Sovereignty in England and America. By
Donald S. Lutz596

Tise, Proslavery: A History of the Defense of Slavery in America, 1701–1840. By William
Stanton601

Quarles, Black Mosaic: Essays in Afro–American History and Historiography. By Melvin
Drimmer604

Authority and Resistance in Early New York, ed. Pencak and Wright. By Mary Lou Lustig606

Wolf, The Book Culture of a Colonial American City: Philadelphia Books, Bookmen, and Booksellers. By Calhoun Winton609

Jenson, America’s Theologian: A Recommendation of Jonathan Edwards. By Clyde A.
Holbrook611

Levy, Quakers and the American Family: British Settlement in the Delaware Valley. By
Jack D. Marietta613

Fabel, The Economy of British West Florida, 1763–1783. By John Jay TePaske615

Selby, The Revolution in Virginia, 1775–1783. By E. Wayne Carp617

Nelson, William Alexander, Lord Stirling. By George Athan Billias619

Wyckoff, The Developer’s Frontier: The Making of the Western New York Landscape. By
Alan Taylor621

Wilson, Paine and Cobbett: The Transatlantic Connection. By Michael Durey623

McDonald and McDonald, Requiem: Variations on Eighteenth-Century Themes. By Ronald
L. Hatzenbuehler625

Young et al., We the People: Creating a New Nation, 1765–1820. By Karen Halttunen627

The Journals of the Lewis and Clark Expedition, ed. Moulton and Dunlay. Vol. 2: August 30, 1803–August 24, 1804. Vol. 3: August 25, 1804–April 6, 1805. Vol. 4: April 7–July 27, 1805. By
John L. Allen630

Jackson, Among the Sleeping Giants: Occasional Pieces on Lewis and Clark. By Martin Ridge632

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