Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture

Leading Early American Scholarship Since 1943

William and Mary Quarterly

3d ser., 65, no. 2 April 2008

The Other Side of Revolution: Loyalists in the British Empire
Maya Jasanoff

“A Very Convenient Instrument”: The Manhattan Company,
Aaron Burr and the Election of 1800

Brian Murphy

Indian Intermarriage and Metissage in Colonial Louisiana
Kathleen DuVal

Sources and Interpretations

Robert Dinwiddie’s Reports on the British American Colonies
Kenneth J. Morgan

Review of Books
Critical Forum: Armitage, The Declaration of Independence: A Global History.

Lynn Hunt, The Meaning of Independence. 347

Robert A. Ferguson, “A Global History” Brought Down to Size. 350

Laurent Dubois, Declarations. 352

Daniel J. Hulsebosch, The Declaration’s Domestic International Effects. 354

David Armitage, The Declaration of Independence: Its Many Histories. 357

Daniel J. Hulsebosch, Rights, States, and Empires. 363

Robert A. Ferguson, Still Not Global. 365

Laurent Dubois, Declarations and States. 367

Lynn Hunt, To Be or Not to Be a State. 368

Abbot, Our Company Increases Apace: History, Language, and Social Identity in Early Colonial Andover, Massachusetts. By Philip Greven370

Carp, Rebel Rising: Cities and the American Revolution. By Alfred Young374

“Gender, Religion, and American Encounters,” a review essay of Greer, Mohawk Saint: Catherine Tekawitha and the Jesuits; Hucho, Weiblich und fremd: Deutschsprachige Einwandererinnen im Pennsyvania des 18. Jahrhunderts; and Sensbach, Rebecca’s Revival: Creating Black Christianity in the Atlantic World. By Aaron Fogleman378

Canizares-Esguerra, Puritan Conquistadors: Iberianizing the Atlantic, 1550–1700. By Nicholas Canny385