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William and Mary Quarterly

3d ser., 69, no. 3 July 2012

Refiguring Women in Early American History
Abstract
Terri L. Snyder
421

Forum: Colonial Historians and American Indians
Abstract

James H. Merrell, Second Thoughts on Colonial Historians and American Indians451   |  Abstract

Andrew Cayton, Not the Fragments but the Whole513

Wendy A. Warren, More than Words: Language, Colonization, and History517

Juliana Barr, The Red Continent and the Cant of the Coastline521

Michael Witgen, Rethinking Colonial History as Continental History527

Mark Peterson, Indians and the National Narrative: The Trouble with Words and with Us531

James H. Merrell, Coming to Terms with Early America535

Forum: Jean-Jacques Dessalines and the Haitian Revolution

Laurent Dubois, Dessalines Toro d’Haïti541

Philippe R. Girard, Jean-Jacques Dessalines and the Atlantic System: A Reappraisal549   |  Abstract

Julia Gaffield, Haiti and Jamaica in the Remaking of the Early Nineteenth-Century Atlantic World583   |  Abstract

Sources and Interpretations614

Deborah Jenson, Jean-Jacques Dessalines and the African Character of the Haitian Revolution615   |  Abstract

Reviews of Books

Valeri, Heavenly Merchandize: How Religion Shaped Commerce in Puritan America.
By Alison Games639

Engel, Religion and Profit: Moravians in Early America. By Marie Basile McDaniel644

Smolenski, Friends and Strangers: The Making of a Creole Culture in Colonial Pennsylvania.
By Jessica Choppin Roney648

Lewis, A Democracy of Facts: Natural History in the Early Republic. By Brett Mizelle651

Irvin, Clothed in Robes of Sovereignty: The Continental Congress and the People Out of Doors.
By Gautham Rao655

Cleary, The World, the Flesh, and the Devil: A History of Colonial St. Louis. By Andrew
Cayton658

Koot, Empire at the Periphery: British Colonists, Anglo-Dutch Trade, and the Development
of the British Atlantic, 1621–1713.
By James W. Roberts661

Miller, Kodiak Kreol: Communities of Empire in Early Russian America. By Patricia Cleary665

Shields, ed., Material Culture in Anglo-America: Regional Identity and Urbanity in the
Tidewater, Lowcountry, and Caribbean
. By Zara Anishanslin668

Bellion, Citizen Spectator: Art, Illusion, and Visual Perception in Early National America; and McInnis and Nelson, eds., Shaping the Body Politic: Art and Political Formation in Early America. By Jennifer Van Horn673

Crowley, Imperial Landscapes: Britain’s Global Visual Culture, 1745–1820. By George W. Boudreau678