Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture

Leading Early American Scholarship Since 1943


William and Mary Quarterly

3d ser., 65, no. 4 October 2008

Tom Paine’s Common Sense and Ours
Sophia Rosenfeld
633

A Genre of Their Own:
Kiliaen van Rensselaer as Guide to the
Reading and Writing Practices of Early Modern Businessmen

Donna Merwick
669

Culture and Governance:
Reflections on the Cultural History of
Eighteenth-Century British America

Michael Meranze
713

Go West:
Mapping Early American Historiography
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Claudio Saunt
745

Sources and Interpretations

The French Intrigue of James Cole Mountflorence  | Web Supplement
Wesley J. Campbell
779

Reviews of Books

Loughran, The Republic in Print: Print Culture in the Age of U.S. Nation Building, 1770–1870. By Phillip H. Round797

“The Scottish Atlantic,” a review essay of Hamilton, Scotland, the Caribbean and the Atlantic World, 1750–1820; Breslaw, Dr. Alexander Hamilton and Provincial America: Expanding the Orbit of Scottish Culture; Szasz, Scottish Highlanders and Native Americans: Indigenous Education in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World; and Vann, In Search of Ulster-Scots Land: The Birth and Geotheological Imagings of a Transatlantic People, 1603–1703. By Jose R. Torre801

MacMillan, Sovereignty and Possession in the English New World: The Legal Foundations of Empire, 1576–1640. By Alexander Haskell814

Anderson, Creatures of Empire: How Domestic Animals Transformed Early America. By Geoffrey Plank818

Kidd, The Great Awakening: The Roots of Evangelical Christianity in Colonial America. By Mark Valeri821

Shaffer, Performing Patriotism: National Identity in the Colonial and Revolutionary American Theater; and Butler, Votaries of Apollo: The St. Cecilia Society and the Patronage of Concert Music in Charleston, South Carolina, 1766–1820. By Peter P. Reed824

McDonnell, The Politics of War: Race, Class, and Conflict in Revolutionary Virginia. By Steve Rosswurm827

Kamoie, Irons in the Fire: The Business History of the Tayloe Family and Virginia’s Gentry, 1700–1860. By Marc Egnal830

Koschnik, “Let a Common Interest Bind Us Together”: Associations, Partisanship, and Culture in Philadelphia, 1775–1840. By Birte Pfleger833

Holton, Unruly Americans and the Origins of the Constitution. By Todd Estes836

Sidbury, Becoming African in America: Race and Nation in the Early Black Atlantic. By Jeffrey A. Fortin840