Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture

Leading Early American Scholarship Since 1943


William and Mary Quarterly

3d ser., 67, no. 3 July 2010

Territorial Crossings:
Histories and Historiographies of the Early Americas

Abstract
Eric Hinderaker and Rebecca Horn
395

Samuel Gorton’s Leveller Aesthetics
and the Economics of Colonial Dissent

Abstract
Michelle Burnham
433

Sources and Interpretations

Ambiguous Concession:
What Diplomatic Archives Reveal about Article 15 of the
Treaty of Utrecht and France’s North American Policy

Abstract  | Web Supplement
Dale Miquelon
459

Of Rattlesnakes, Wolves, and Tigers:
A Harangue at the Chickasaw Bluffs, 1796

Abstract
Charles A. Weeks
487

“Heedless Youth”:
The Revolutionary War Poetry of Ruth Bryant (1760–83)

Abstract
Rachel Hope Cleves
519

Reviews of Books

“Trouble with Paradox,” a review essay of Wood, Empire of Liberty: A History of the Early Republic, 1789–1815. By John L. Brooke549

LaCroix, The Ideological Origins of American Federalism. By Pauline Maier557

Halliday, Habeas Corpus: From England to Empire. By Daniel J. Hulsebosch563

Eustace, Passion Is the Gale: Emotion, Power, and the Coming of the American Revolution. By Honor Sachs569

“Being Thomas Jefferson,” a review essay of Onuf, The Mind of Thomas Jefferson. By Alan Gibson572

Slauter, The State as a Work of Art: The Cultural Origins of the Constitution. By Sean P. Harvey580

Skemp, First Lady of Letters: Judith Sargent Murray and the Struggle for Female Independence. By Karen A. Weyler583

“New England Writing in a Material World,” a review essay of Burnham, Folded Selves: Colonial New England Writing in the World System; Hall, Ways of Writing: The Practice and Politics of Text-Making in Seventeenth-Century New England; and Brown, The Pilgrim and the Bee: Reading Rituals and Book Culture in Early New England. By Amy M. E. Morris587

Levy, Town Born: The Political Economy of New England from Its Founding to the Revolution. By Mary Beth Sievens593

Marietta and Rowe, Troubled Experiment: Crime and Justice in Pennsylvania, 1682–1800. By Randolph Roth597

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