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William and Mary Quarterly

3d ser., 58, no. 3 July 2001

The People with No Name: Ulster’s Migrants and Identity
Formation in Eighteenth-Century Pennsylvania

Patrick Griffin
587

The Democratic Societies of Philadelphia and the Limits of the
American Public Sphere, circa 1793–1795

Albrecht Koschnik
615

Inscribing Experience: An American Working Woman and an English
Gentlewoman Encounter Jamaica’s Slave Society, 1801–1805

Susan E. Klepp and Roderick A. McDonald
637

Notes and Documents

Eliza Chadwick Roberts: A Voyage to Jamaica, 1805
Susan E. Klepp and Roderick A. McDonald
661

Reviews of Books

“Reassessing John Marshall,” a review-essay of The Papers of John Marshall, ed. Hobson et al., vol. VIII: Correspondence, Papers, and Selected Judicial Opinions, March 1814–December 1819; vol. IX: Correspondence, Papers, and Selected Judicial Opinions, January 1824–April 1827; and Robarge, A Chief Justice’s Progress: John Marshall from Revolutionary Virginia to the Supreme Court. By G. Edward White673

“The Book in America: Transatlantic Perspectives,” reviews of A History of the Book in America, vol, I : The Colonial Book in the Atlantic World, ed. Amory and Hall. By Roger Chartier and Michael D. Warner693

Gustafson, Eloquence Is Power: Oratory and Performance in Early America. By Thomas Augst699

“‘Why Did the Anasazi All Live in National Parks?’: Indian Histories, Hemispheric Contexts, and ‘America’s Beginnings,’” a review-essay of The Cambridge History of the Native Peoples of the Americas, vol. I: North America, ed. Trigger and Washburn; vol. 2: Mesoamerican, ed. Adams and MacLeod; vol. 3: South America, ed. Salomon and Schwartz. By Colin G. Calloway703

“Westward Ho-But Westward How?” a review-essay of The New Encyclopedia of the American West, ed. Lamar, and Hine and Faragher, The American West: A New Interpretive History. By Gregory H. Nobles712

A Population History of North America, ed. Haines and Steckel. By By Daniel Scott Smith723

Kupperman, Indians and English: Facing Off in Early America. By Daniel H. Usner, Jr.727

Empire and Others: British Encounters with Indigenous Peoples, 1600–1850, ed. Daunton and Halpern. By Daniel H . Usner, Jr.727

“The Indians’ New England,” a review-essay of New England Encounters: Indians and Euroamericans, Ca. 1600–1850: Essays Drawn from The New England Quarterly, ed. Vaughan; O’Brien, Dispossession by Degrees: Indian Land and Identity in Natick, Massachusetts, 1650–1790; and Drake, King Philip’s War: Civil War in New England, 1675–1676. By John Wood Sweet732

Usner, American Indians in the Lower Mississippi Valley: Social and Economic Histories. By George Sabo739

Wyss, Writing Indians: Literacy, Christianity, and Native Community in Early America. By Catherine A. Corman742

The Brainerd Journal: A Mission to the Cherokees, 1817–1823, ed. Phillips and Phillips. By Catherine A. Corman742

Bergland, The National Uncanny: Indian Ghosts and American Subjects. By Carroll Smith-Rosenberg745

Native Americans and the Early Republic, ed. Hoxie, Hoffman, and Albert. By Ann Marie Plane748

In Search of Peace and Prosperity: New German Settlements in Eighteenth-Century Europe and America, ed. Lehmann, Wellenreuther, and Wilson with Frantz and Wessel. By Hartmut Keil751

“Revolution! What Revolution?” a review-essay of A Companion to the American Revolution, ed. Greene and Pole. By Michael Zuckerman754

Doll, Revolution, Religion, and National Identity: Imperial Anglicanism in British North America, 1745–1795 . By Joan R. Gundersen761

Branson, These Fiery Frenchified Dames: Women and Political Culture in Early National Philadelphia. By Elizabeth R. Varon764

Allgor, Parlor Politics: In Which the Ladies of Washington Help Build a City and a Governmen. By Elizabeth R. Varon764

Norling, Captain Ahab Had a Wife: New England Women and the Whalefishery, 1720–1870. By Elaine Forman Crane769

Townsend, Tales of Two Cities: Race and Economic Culture in Early Republican North and South America. By Stanley L. Engerman773

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