Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture

Leading Early American Scholarship Since 1943


William and Mary Quarterly

3d ser., 74, no. 1 January 2017

Tranquebar:
Charting the Protestant International
in the British Atlantic and Beyond

Abstract
Edward E. Andrews
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Forum: Quakers and the Lived Politics of Early America

Geoffrey Plank, Quakers as Political Players in Early America35   |  Abstract

Adrian Chastain Weimer, Elizabeth Hooton and the Lived Politics of Toleration in Massachusetts Bay43   |  Abstract

Benjamin L. Carp, “Fix’d almost amongst Strangers“: Charleston’s Quaker Merchants and the Limits of Cosmopolitanism77   |  Abstract

Nicholas P. Wood, A “class of Citizens”: The Earliest Black Petitioners to Congress and Their Quaker Allies109   |  Abstract

Reviews of Books

“Notes on the State of the Constitution,” a review essay of Bilder, Madison’s Hand: Revising the Constitutional Convention. By Jonathan Gienapp145

“Salem’s Tragedy,” a review essay of Baker, A Storm of Witchcraft: The Salem Trials and the American Experience; and Ray, Satan and Salem: The Witch-Hunt Crisis of 1692. By Catherine A. Brekus154

Apap, The Genius of Place: The Geographic Imagination in the Early Republic. By Karen Halttunen159

Apel, Feverish Bodies, Enlightened Minds: Science and the Yellow Fever Controversy in the Early American Republic. By Simon Finger162

Juricek, Endgame for Empire: British-Creek Relations in Georgia and Vicinity, 1763–1776. By James L. Hill166

Kelley, The Voyage of the Slave Ship Hare: A Journey into Captivity from Sierra Leone to South Carolina. By Alex Borucki172

Melton, Religion, Community, and Slavery on the Colonial Southern Frontier. By Bryan Rindfleisch176

Parkinson, The Common Cause: Creating Race and Nation in the American Revolution. By Michael A. McDonnell180

Rao, National Duties: Custom Houses and the Making of the American State. By Donald F. Johnson184

Tomlin, A Divinity for All Persuasions: Almanacs and Early American Religious Life. By Douglas L. Winiarski189