3D SER., 70, NO. 2 (APRIL 2013)

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

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

Defying Social Death: The Multiple Configurations of African Slave Family in the Atlantic World
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James H. Sweet
251

Moving Mestizos in Sixteenth-Century Peru: Spanish Fathers, Indigenous Mothers, and the Children In Between
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Jane E. Mangan
273

Familiar: Thinking beyond Lineage and across Race in Spanish Atlantic Family History
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Bianca Premo
295

Gold Coast Merchant Families, Pawning, and the Eighteenth-Century British Slave Trade
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Randy J. Sparks
317

ÜHe is the master of his house”: Families and Political Authority in Counterrevolutionary Montreal
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Nancy Christie
341

ÜThe Christened Mulatresses”: Euro-African Families in a Slave-Trading Town
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Pernille Ipsen
371

Generational Conflict in Revolutionary France: Widows, Inheritance Practices, and the ÜVictory” of Sons
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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.


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