Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture

Leading Early American Scholarship Since 1943

William and Mary Quarterly

3d ser., 63, no. 4 October 2006

Haiti, Slavery and the Age of the Democratic Revolution
Robin Blackburn

Forum: Beyond the Atlantic

Alison Games, Beyond the Atlantic: English Globetrotters and Transoceanic Connections.675

Philip J. Stern, British Asia and British Atlantic: Comparisons and Connections.693

Paul W. Mapp, Atlantic History from Imperial, Continental, and Pacific Perspectives.713

Peter A. Coclanis, Atlantic World or Atlantic/World?725

Drowned Pens and Shaking Hands:
Sea Providence Narratives in Seventeenth-Century New England

Julie Sievers

Notes and Documents

“I desire all that I have said . . . may be taken down aright”:
Revisiting Teedyuscung’s 1756 Treaty Council Speeches
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James H. Merrell

Gilbert Imlay and the Triangular Trade
Wil Verhoeven

Reviews of Books

Einhorn, American Taxation, American Slavery. By Max M. Edling843

Dillon, The Gender of Freedom: Fictions of Liberalism and the Literary Public Sphere. By Kate Davies846

Lyons, Sex among the Rabble: An Intimite History of Gender and Power in the Age of Revolution, Philadelphia, 1730–1830. By Helen Lefkowitz Horowitz850

Kerrison, Claiming the Pen: Women and Intellectual Life in the Early American South. By Cynthia A. Kierner853

Haggerty, The British-Atlantic Trading Community, 1760–1810: Men, Women, and the Distribution of Goods. By Ellen Hartigan-O’Connor856

Morgan and Rushton, Eighteenth-Century Criminal Transportation: The Formation of the Criminal Atlantic. By Farley Grubb860

Parrish, American Curiosity: Cultures of Natural History in the Colonial British Atlantic World. By James Delbourgo862

Read, New World, Known World: Shaping Knowledge in Early Anglo-American Writing. By James O’Neil Spady867

Dixon, Never Come to Peace Again: Pontiac’s Uprising and the Fate of the British Empire in North America. By David L. Preston870

Sayre, The Indian Chief as Tragic Hero: Native Resistance and the Literatures of America, from Moctezuma to Tecumseh. By Frank Shuffelton873