Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture

Leading Early American Scholarship Since 1943

William and Mary Quarterly

3d ser., 61, no. 2 April 2004

“The Itinerant Man”:
Crevecoeur’s Caribbean, Raynal’s Revolution, and the Fate of
Atlantic Cosmopolitanism

Christopher Iannini

A World Turned “Topsy Turvy”:
Robert Munford, The Patriots, and the Crisis of the
Revolution in Virginia

Michael A. McDonnell

“From the Labours of Others”:
War Bonds Controversy and the Origins of the
Constitution in New England

Woody Holton

Notes and Documents

Telling the Traumatic Truth:
William Hubbard’s Narrative of King Philip’s War and His “Map of

Matthew H. Edney and Susan Cimburek

Reviews of Books

Bennett, Africans in Colonial Mexico: Absolutism, Christianity, and Afro-Creole Consciousness, 1570–1640. By Sylvia Frey349

Anderson, William Bradford’s Books: Of Plimmoth Plantation and the Printed Word. By Michelle Burnham353

Foster, The Captors’ Narrative: Catholic Women and Their Puritan Men on the Early American Frontier. By Teresa Toulouse356

Snyder, Brabbling Women: Disorderly Speech and the Law in Early America. By Elizabeth Reis359

“Spellbinding Masculinity: Microhistories of Violence, Gender, and Sexuality in the Early American Family,” a review essay of Brown and Brown, The Hanging of Ephraim Wheeler: A Story of Rape, Incest, and Justice in Early America; Crane, Killed Strangely: The Death of Rebecca Cornell; and Pagan, Anne Orthwood’s Bastard: Sex and Law in Early Virginia. By Thomas Foster361

Turner, Fashioning Adultery: Gender, Sex and Civility in England, 1660–1740. By Nicole Eustace368

Rothman, Notorious in the Neighborhood: Sex and Families Across the Color Line in Virginia, 1787–1861. By Kirsten Fischer371

Bingham, Mordecai: An Early American Family. By Lorri Glover375

Salinger, Taverns and Drinking in Early America. By Simon Middleton378

Hoffer, Sensory Worlds in Early America. By Richard Rath381

Saillant, Black Puritan, Black Republican: The Life and Thought of Lemuel Haynes, 1753–1833. By James Sidbury383

Ben-Atar and Oberg, Federalists Reconsidered. By Jack Pole387