Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture

Leading Early American Scholarship Since 1943

William and Mary Quarterly

3d ser., 50, no. 4 October 1993

The Scholars’ Jefferson
Peter S. Onuf

African Music in Seventeenth–Century Jamaica:
Cultural Transit and Transmission

Richard Cullen Rath

Central African Names and African–American
Naming Patterns

John Thornton

“WANTED: A Blacksmith who understands
Plantation Work”: Artisans in Maryland, 1700–1800

Christine Daniels

A Puritan in the West Indies:
The Career of Samuel Winthrop

Larry D. Gragg

Reviews of Books

Jeffersonian Legacies, ed. Onuf. By Lance Banning787

Appleby, Liberalism and Republicanism in the Historical Imagination. By Peter S. Onuf790

Bushman, The Refinement of America: Persons, Houses, Cities. By Robert Blair St. George793

Kammen, Meadows of Memory: Images of Time and Tradition in American Art and Culture.
By David M. Lubin796

Kulikoff, The Agrarian Origins of American Capitalism. By Russell R. Menard799

Craton and Saunders, Islanders in the Stream: A History of the Bahamian People. Volume
One: From Aboriginal Times to the End of Slavery. By David Watts802

Smith, Creating a World Economy: Merchant Capital, Colonialism, and World Trade,
. By David Harris Sacks804

Boucher, Cannibal Encounters: Europeans and Island Caribs, 1492–1763. By Peter Hulme806

Brenner, Merchants and Revolution: Commercial Change, Political Conflict, and London’s Overseas Traders, 1550–1653. By Richard Grassby808

“To Make America”: European Emigration in the Early Modern Period , ed. Altman and
Horn. By Nicholas Canny812

Moseley, John Winthrop’s World: History as a Story; The Story as History. By Francis J. Bremer814

Miller, The Rise and Fall of Democracy in Early America, 1630–1789: The Legacy for
Contemporary Politics
. By A. J. Beitzinger815

McLoughlin, Soul Liberty: The Baptists’ Struggle in New England, 1630–1833. By Stephen
A. Marini817

Faber, A Time for Planting: The First Migration, 1654–1820. By Eric L. Goldstein819

Colley, Britons: Forging the Nation, 1707–1837. By Eliga H. Gould822

Yarbrough and Adams, Delightful Conviction: Jonathan Edwards and the Rhetoric of
. By M. X. Lesser825

Tillson, Gentry and Common Folk: Political Culture on a Virginia Frontier, 1740–1789. By
Alan V. Briceland827

Treese, The Storm Gathering: The Penn Family and the American Revolution. By Louis M.

Regis, Describing Early America: Bartram, Jefferson, Crèvecoeur, and the Rhetoric of Natural History. By Jamie H. Eves831

Phelps, George Washington and American Constitutionalism. By Robert F. Jones833

To Form a More Perfect Union: The Critical Ideas of the Constitution, ed. Belz, Hoffman,
and Albert. By Joseph J. Ellis835

Champagne, Social Order and Political Change: Constitutional Governments among the
Cherokee, the Choctaw, the Chickasaw, and the Creek
. By Michael D. Green838

Jones, “The king of the Alley”: William Duer, Politician, Entrepreneur, and Speculator,
. By Cathy Matson840

Arner, Dobson’s Encyclopaedia: The Publisher, Text, and Publication of America’s First
Britannica, 1789–1803. By James Gilreath841

Origins of the Federal Judiciary: Essays on the Judiciary Act of 1789, ed. Marcus. By
Stephen B. Presser843

The Worlds of Thomas Jefferson at Monticello, ed. Stein. By A. Roger Ekirch847