3d ser., 53, no. 1 January 1996
Material Culture in Early America
Material Things and Cultural Meanings: Notes on the
Study of Early American Material Culture
Ann Smart Martin
Dressing for Success on the Mohawk Frontier: Hendrick,
William Johnson, and the Indian Fashion
Timothy J. Shannon
The Material World of Cloth: Production and Use in
Eighteenth-Century Rural Pennsylvania
Adrienne D. Hood
The Search for a New Rural Order: Farmhouses in Sutton,
Nora Pat Small
The Archaeology of African-American Slavery
and Material Culture
Weaving History: Cherokee Baskets from the Springplace Mission
Sarah H. Hill
Visual Images of Blacks in Early American Imprints
Barbara E. Lacey
Of Consuming Interests: The Style of Life in the Eighteenth Century, ed. Carson, Hoffman, and Albert. By Jack P. Greene181
Early American Technology: Making and Doing Things from the Colonial Era to 1860, ed.
McGaw. By Bruce Sinclair185
Roche, The Culture of clothing: dress and fashion in the “ancien régime.” By Jennifer M. Jones188
Potter, Public Archaeology in Annapolis: A Critical Approach to History in Maryland’s Ancient City. By Thomas E. Davidson190
Rasmussen and Tilton, Pocahontas: Her Life and Legend. By L. Daniel Mouer192
Treese, Valley Forge: Making and Remaking a National Symbol. By Parker B. Potter, Jr.194
Rutman and Rutman, Small Worlds, Large Questions: Explorations in Early American Social History, 1600–1850. By James A. Henretta196
Small Towns in Early Europe, ed. Clark. By Rosemary Sweet198
Dechêne, Le partage des subsistances au Canada sous le régime français. By Allan Greer201
Broderick and Bouck, Pottery Works: Potteries of New York State’s Capital District and
Upper Hudson Region. By Sarah Peabody Turnbaugh203
Backscheider, Spectacular Politics: Theatrical Power and Mass Culture in Early Modern
England. By Bruce Burgett204
Richards, Theater Enough: American Culture and the Metaphor of the World Stage, 1607–1789.
By Bruce Burgett204
Arch, Authorizing the Past: The Rhetoric of History in Seventeenth-Century New England.
By Avihy Zakai208
Thompson, Mobility and Migration: East Anglian Founders of New England, 1629–1640.
By Alison Games210
Brooke, The Refiner’s Fire: The Making of Mormon Cosmology, 1644–1844.
By Charles L. Cohen213
Longenecker, Piety and Tolerance: Pennsylvania German Religion, 1700–1850.
By John B. Frantz216
Griffin, Revolution and Religion: American Revolutionary War and the Reformed Clergy.
By John B. Frantz216
Records of the Tuesday Club of Annapolis, 1745–56, ed. Breslaw. By Grantland S. Rice219
Steele, “Gracious Affection” and “True Virtue” According to Jonathan Edwards and
John Wesley. By Marilyn J. Westerkamp221
Juster, Disorderly Women: Sexual Politics and Evangelicalism in Revolutionary New England.
By Janet Moore Lindman223
Valeri, Law and Providence in Joseph Bellamy’s New England: The Origins of the New
Divinity in Revolutionary America. By Conrad Edick Wright225
Keane, Tom Paine: A Political Life. By David A. Wilson228
Thomas Paine. Collected Writings: Common Sense, The Crisis, and Other Pamphlets, Articles,
and Letters. Rights of Man. The Age of Reason, ed. Foner. By David A. Wilson228
Fruchtman, Thomas Paine: Apostle of Freedom. By Edward Royle231
Publishing and Readership in Revolutionary France and America: A Symposium at the Library
of Congress, Sponsored by the Center for the Book and the European Division, ed. Armbruster.
By David McKitterick233
Stets, Postmasters and Postoffices of the United States, 1782–1811. By Richard R. John236
Huang, Benjamin Franklin in American Thought and Culture, 1790–1990. By Ormond Seavey237
Watts, The Romance of Real Life: Charles Brockden Brown and the Origins of American Culture.
By Shirley Samuels239
Kenny, The Perfect Law of Liberty: Elias Smith and the Providential History of America.
By Philip Gould240
Rankin, Ambivalent Churchmen and Evangelical Churchwomen: The Religion of the Episcopal Elite in North Carolina, 1800–1860. By Jean E. Friedman243
Franchot, Roads to Rome: The Antebellum Protestant Encounter with Catholicism.
By Lawrence Buell245
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