WMQ Current Issue

3D SER., 78, NO. 4 (OCTOBER 2021)


SOUNDING THE AFRICAN ATLANTIC
Abstract
Kathryn M. de Luna
581

“LIKE AN EPIDEMIC ONE COULD ONLY STOP WITH THE MOST VIOLENT REMEDIES”: AFRICAN POISONS VERSUS LIVESTOCK DISEASE IN SAINT DOMINGUE, 1750–88
Abstract
John Garrigus
617

SIGENAUK’S WAR OF INDEPENDENCE: ANISHINAABE RESURGENCE AND THE MAKING OF INDIGENOUS AUTHORITY IN THE BORDERLANDS OF REVOLUTION
Abstract
John William Nelson
653

LAW, LINEAGE, GENDER, AND THE LIVES OF ENSLAVED INDIGENOUS PEOPLE ON THE EDGE OF THE NINETEENTH-CENTURY CARIBBEAN
Abstract
Nathaniel Millett
687

Reviews of Books

“The Contemporary Resonance of the Nation’s Founding Arguments,” a review essay of ONUF, Jefferson and the Virginians: Democracy, Constitutions, and Empire; and SHANKMAN, Original Intents: Hamilton, Jefferson, Madison, and the American Founding.
By Seth Cotlar
721

BURNARD, Jamaica in the Age of Revolution.
By Cristina Soriano
727

CROMWELL, The Smugglers’ World: Illicit Trade and Atlantic Communities in Eighteenth-Century Venezuela.
By Alex Borucki
732

EYERLY, Moravian Soundscapes: A Sonic History of the Moravian Missions in Early Pennsylvania.
By Glenda Goodman
737

FISCHER, American Freethinker: Elihu Palmer and the Struggle for Religious Freedom in the New Nation.
By John M. Dixon
743

HATTEM, Past and Prologue: Politics and Memory in the American Revolution.
By Sarah J. Purcell
749

JOHNSON, Occupied America: British Military Rule and the Experience of Revolution.
By Aaron Sullivan
753

JONES-ROGERS, They Were Her Property: White Women as Slave Owners in the American South.
By Catherine Kerrison
758

MARSH, Unravelled Dreams: Silk and the Atlantic World, 1500–1840.
By Jennifer L. Anderson
763

MUSSELWHITE, MANCALL, AND HORN, eds., Virginia 1619: Slavery and Freedom in the Making of English America.
By Edmond Smith
769

NEWMAN, Allegories of Encounter: Colonial Literacy and Indian Captivities.
By Steffi Dippold
774

SEEMAN, Speaking with the Dead in Early America.
By Louise A. Breen
778