IN THE NAME OF THE MOTHER:
THE STORY OF SUSANNAH MINGO,
A WOMAN OF COLOR IN THE EARLY ENGLISH ATLANTIC
ABOLISHING SLAVERY IN MOTION: FOREIGN CAPTIVITY AND INTERNATIONAL ABOLITIONISM IN THE EARLY UNITED STATES
M. Scott Heerman
Reviews of Books
“National Identity and American Foreign Policy in the Early Republic,” a review essay of Dzurec, Our Suffering Brethren: Foreign Captivity and Nationalism in the Early United States; and Trautsch, The Genesis of America: U.S. Foreign Policy and the Formation of National Identity, 1793–1815.
By Paul A. Gilje
“The Stories We Tell about Caribbean Slavery,” a review essay of Browne, Surviving Slavery in the British Caribbean; Burnard
and Garrigus, The Plantation Machine: Atlantic Capitalism in French Saint-Domingue and British Jamaica; and Simonsen, Slave Stories: Law, Representation, and Gender in the Danish West Indies.
By Brooke N. Newman
BENNETT, African Kings and Black Slaves: Sovereignty and Dispossession in the Early Modern Atlantic.
By Randy J. Sparks
LAFLEUR, The Natural History of Sexuality in Early America.
By Kara M. French
PETERSON, The City-State of Boston: The Rise and Fall of an Atlantic Power, 1630–1865.
By Mark Valeri
REEDER, Smugglers, Pirates, and Patriots: Free Trade in the Age of Revolution.
By Kevin P. McDonald
SAXTON, The Widow Washington: The Life of Mary Washington.
By Jacqueline Beatty
SCHNEIDER, The Occupation of Havana: War, Trade, and Slavery in the Atlantic World.
By Erica Charters
TEASDALE, Fruits of Perseverance: The French Presence in the Detroit RiverRegion, 1701–1815.
By Andrew Sturtevant
WARSH, American Baroque: Pearls and the Nature of Empire, 1492–1700.
By Marcy Norton