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William and Mary Quarterly

3d ser., 70, no. 2 April 2013

Introduction: Centering Families in Atlantic Histories
Abstract
Julie Hardwick, Sarah M. S. Pearsall, and Karin Wulf
205

Marriage, Family, and Ethnicity in the Early Spanish Caribbean
Abstract
Ida Altman
225

Defying Social Death: The Multiple Configurations of
African Slave Family in the Atlantic World

Abstract
James H. Sweet
251

Moving Mestizos in Sixteenth-Century Peru:
Spanish Fathers, Indigenous Mothers, and the Children In Between

Abstract
Jane E. Mangan
273

Familiar: Thinking beyond Lineage and across Race
in Spanish Atlantic Family History

Abstract
Bianca Premo
295

Gold Coast Merchant Families, Pawning,
and the Eighteenth-Century British Slave Trade

Abstract
Randy J. Sparks
317

“He is the master of his house”: Families and Political Authority
in Counterrevolutionary Montreal

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Nancy Christie
341

“The Christened Mulatresses”:
Euro-African Families in a Slave-Trading Town

Abstract
Pernille Ipsen
371

Generational Conflict in Revolutionary France:
Widows, Inheritance Practices, and the “Victory” of Sons

Abstract
Denise Z. Davidson and Anne Verjus
399

Editors’ Note

Because of the number of articles and the constraints of space,
there are no book reviews included in this Special Issue.