Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture

Leading Early American Scholarship Since 1943

William and Mary Quarterly

3d ser., 60, no. 3 July 2003

Zones of Law, Zones of Violence: The Legal Geography of
the British Atlantic, circa 1772

Eliga H. Gould

“We chuse to be bounded”: Native American Animal
Husbandry in Colonial New England

David J. Silverman

“The late flagrant instance of depravity in my Family”:
Scandal in an Anglo-Jamaican Cuckold

Sarah M. S. Pearsall

Jefferson, Morality, and the Problem of Slavery
Ari Helo and Peter S. Onuf

Notes and Documents

Gun Ownership in Early America:
A Survey of Manuscript Militia Returns

Robert H. Churchill

Reviews of Books

“Borderland or Border-sea? Placing Early Florida,” a review-essay of Hoffman, Florida’s Frontiers; McGrath, The French in Early Florida: In the Eye of the Hurricane; Kapitzke, Religion, Power, and Politics in Colonial St. Augustine; and Landers, Colonial Plantations and Economy in Florida. By Amy Turner Bushnell643

Canny, Making Ireland British, 1580–1650. By David Edwards654

Morgan, Benjamin Franklin. By Jennifer J. Baker657

Knott, Alexander Hamilton and the Persistence of Myth. By Joanne B. Freeman660

Wills, James Madison. By Ralph Ketcham663

Jennings, The Creation of America: Through Revolution to Empire. By Frederick E. Hoxie667

Richter, Facing East from Indian Country: A Native History of Early America. By Peter H. Wood672

Gallay, The Indian Slave Trade: The Rise of the English Empire in the American South, 1670–1717. By Brett Rushforth677

Brooks and Saillant, eds., “Face Zion Forward” First Writers of the Black Atlantic, 1785–1798. By Philip Gould680

Shammas, A History of Household Government in America. By Kirsten Sword684

Buckley, The Great Catastrophe of My Life: Divorce in the Old Dominion. By Ruth Bloch687

Richards, Shays’s Rebellion: The American Revolution’s Final Battle. By Woody Holton689

Mann, Republic of Debtors: Bankruptcy in the Age of American Independence. By Roger H.Brown693

Baumgarten, What Clothes Reveal: The Language of Clothing in Colonial and Federal America. By Kate Haulman697