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Annette Gordon-Reed, Peter S. Onuf. 2016 .

Gordon-Reed, Annette,

Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Annette Gordon-Reed teams up with the country's leading Jefferson scholar, Peter S. Onuf, to present an absorbing and revealing character study that finally clarifies the philosophy of Thomas Jefferson. Tracing Jefferson's development and…
L. H. Roper. 2017 .

Roper, L. H. (Louis H.),

"In Advancing Empire, L. H. Roper explores the origins and early development of English overseas expansion. Roper focuses on the networks of aristocrats, merchants, and colonial-imperialists who worked to control the transport and production of exotic commodities, such as tobacco…
Randy J. Sparks. 2016 .

Sparks, Randy J.,

Anglo-African women join a plantation society -- Finding a transatlantic middle ground between Black and White -- From manservant to abolitionist and physician -- Navigating a way to freedom -- Unidentified Africans seek British protection -- Caught in the illegal slave trade.
Matthew J. Clavin. 2015 .

Clavin, Matthew J.,

"Before the abolition of slavery in the United States, Pensacola, Florida, was the site of extensive and enduring interracial resistance to slavery. In times of peace, fugitive slaves running to and from Pensacola encountered free men and women of various races, ethnicities, and…
Christine Leigh Heyrman. 2015 .

Heyrman, Christine Leigh.

In "American Apostles," the Bancroft Prize-winning historian Christine Leigh Heyrman brilliantly chronicles the first fateful collision between American missionaries and the diverse religious cultures of the Levant. Pliny Fisk, Levi Parsons, and Jonas King became the founding…
Caroline Winterer. 2016 .

Winterer, Caroline, 1966-

A provocative reassessment of the concept of an American golden age of European-born reason and intellectual curiosity in the years following the Revolutionary War.
Katherine Grandjean. 2015 .

Grandjean, Katherine, 1977-,

"We know surprisingly little about how news and information traveled in early America. No postal service existed. Earliest America published no newspapers. Not until 1704 would readers be able to glean news from a 'public print.' But there was, in early New England, an unseen…
Alan Taylor. 2016 .

Taylor, Alan, 1955-

The American Revolution is often portrayed as a high-minded, orderly event whose capstone, the Constitution, provided the ideal framework for a democratic, prosperous nation. Alan Taylor, two-time winner of the Pulitzer Prize, gives us a different creation story in this…
A. Roger Ekirch. 2017 .

Ekirch, A. Roger, 1950-

"The book is a triptych, beginning with the mutiny on the Hermione and the ensuing manhunt for members of her crew. The second section recounts the arrival of a handful of mutineers in the United States, including Jonathan Robbins, before examining in depth the political crisis…
Kristalyn Marie Shefveland. 2016 .

Shefveland, Kristalyn Marie, 1979-

"This project examines Anglo-Indian interactions through the conception of Native tributaries to the Virginia colony, with particular emphasis on the colonial and tributary and foreign Native settlements of the Piedmont and southwestern Coastal Plain between 1646 and 1722. The…
12. The Atlantic in global history, 1500-2000 Book , Print in English
edited by Jorge Cañizares-Esguerra and Erik R. Seeman. 2007 .

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Christopher L. Pastore. 2014 .

Pastore, Christopher L.

Prologue: from sweetwater to seawater -- Clams, dams, and the desiccation of New England -- Shoveling dung against the tide -- The search for Narragansett Bay -- Science and a bay in transition -- Improving coastal space during a century of war…
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Nicholas Guyatt. 2016 .

Guyatt, Nicholas, 1973-

"Why did the Founding Fathers fail to include blacks and Native Americans in their cherished proposition that "all men are created equal"? The usual answer is racism. Historian Nicholas Guyatt argues in Bind Us Apart that, from the Revolution through the Civil War, most white…
Deborah A. Rosen. 2015 .

Rosen, Deborah A., 1955-,

note: 1. U.S.-Spanish Relations and the Florida Campaigns -- 2. Rules of War and American Nation-Building -- 3. Challenges and Conflicts -- 4. Creeks, Seminoles, and Indian Wars -- 5. Civilization and Nationhood -- 6. Race and Territoriality…
edited by Daniel Maudlin & Bernard L. Herman. 2016 .

"Spanning the North Atlantic rim from Canada to Scotland, and from the Caribbean to the coast of West Africa, the British Atlantic world is deeply interconnected across its regions. ... studying the interplay between physical construction and social themes that include identity,…
Nathan Perl-Rosenthal. 2015 .

Perl-Rosenthal, Nathan, 1982-

"In the decades after the United States formally declared its independence in 1776, Americans struggled to gain recognition of their new republic and their rights as citizens. None had to fight harder than the nation's seamen, whose labor took them far from home and deep into the…
18. Civil wars: a history in ideas Book , Print in English
David Armitage. 2017 .

Armitage, David, 1965-

"A highly original history, tracing civil war, the least understood and most intractable form of organized human aggression, from Ancient Rome through the centuries to present day"--
Sam White. 2017 .

White, Sam, 1980-

When Europeans first arrived in North America, they found an often harsh and unfamiliar land in the grip of the coldest age for millennia: the "Little Ice Age." Spanish, French, and English alike faced a century of disasters, setbacks, and failures on the way to their first…
James Delbourgo. 2017 .

Delbourgo, James, 1972-

In 1759 the British Museum opened its doors to the general public--the first free national museum in the world. James Delbourgo's biography of Hans Sloane recounts the story behind its creation, told through the life of a figure with an insatiable ambition to pit universal…
Robert G. Parkinson. 2016 .

Parkinson, Robert G.,

"In this pathbreaking book, Robert Parkinson argues that to unify the patriot side, political and communications leaders linked British tyranny to colonial prejudices, stereotypes, and fears about insurrectionary slaves and violent Indians. Manipulating newspaper networks,…
Robert G. Parkinson. 2016 .

Parkinson, Robert G.,

"In this pathbreaking book, Robert Parkinson argues that to unify the patriot side, political and communications leaders linked British tyranny to colonial prejudices, stereotypes, and fears about insurrectionary slaves and violent Indians. Manipulating newspaper networks,…
Contested Bodies explores how the end of the transatlantic trade impacted Jamaican slaves and their children. Examining the struggles for control over biological reproduction, Turner shows how central childbearing was to the organization of plantation work, the care of slaves,…
James Alexander Dun. 2016 .

Dun, James Alexander, 1969-

Dangerous Neighbors shows how the Haitian Revolution permeated early American print culture and had a profound impact on the young nation's domestic politics.
Making revolution in Philadelphia -- France in minature: naming the revolution -- Unthinking revolution: French negroes and liberty -- The negrophile republic: emancipation and revolution -- Making places of liberty: emancipation and antislavery…
Douglas L. Winiarski. 2017 .

Winiarski, Douglas Leo,

"This ... history of popular religion in eighteenth-century New England examines the experiences of ordinary people living through extraordinary times. Drawing on an unprecedented quantity of letters, diaries, and testimonies, Douglas Winiarski recovers the pervasive and vigorous…
Marisa J. Fuentes. 2016 .

Fuentes, Marisa J.

Introduction -- Jane : fugitivity, space, and structures of control in Bridgetown -- Rachael and Joanna : power, historical figuring, and troubling freedom -- Agatha : white women, slave owners, and the dialectic of racialized gender…
Jonathan Israel. 2017 .

Israel, Jonathan,

" A major intellectual history of the American Revolution and its influence on later revolutions in Europe and the Americas, the Expanding Blaze is a sweeping history of how the American Revolution inspired revolutions throughout Europe and the Atlantic world in the eighteenth…
Pablo F. Gómez. 2017 .

Gómez, Pablo F.,

"Pablo F. Gómez examines the strategies that Caribbean people used to create authoritative, experientially based knowledge about the human body, healing, and the natural world during the long seventeenth century. Gómez treats the early modern intellectual culture of these…
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Pablo F. Gómez. 2017 .

Gómez, Pablo F.,

"Pablo F. Gómez examines the strategies that Caribbean people used to create authoritative, experientially based knowledge about the human body, healing, and the natural world during the long seventeenth century. Gómez treats the early modern intellectual culture of these…
Thomas A. Apel. 2016 .

Apel, Thomas A.,

Contexts and causes -- "Declare the past" -- "Nature is the great experimenter" -- "Let not God intervene" -- "In politics as well as medicine"; or, The arrogance of the enlightened -- Conclusion : "a new era in the science of medicine"?
Gregory E. O'Malley. 2014 .

O'Malley, Gregory E.,

1. Final Passages -- Captives in the Intercolonial Slave Trade -- 2. Black Markets for Black Labor -- Pirates, Privateers, and Interlopers in the Origins of the Intercolonial Slave Trade, ca. 1619--1720 -- 3. Captive Markets for Captive People…
Alexander B. Haskell. 2017 .

Haskell, Alexander B.,

Providence, the Renaissance Atlantic, and law -- Conquerors, governors, and chroniclers : the persona of the "captain" -- The providential state and the legitimizing fellowship of "company" -- Framing a new public : Virginia's commonwealth and the moral case for the planter…
Ada Ferrer. 2014 .

Ferrer, Ada,

During the Haitian Revolution of 1791́“1804, arguably the most radical revolution of the modern world, slaves and former slaves succeeded in ending slavery and establishing an independent state. Yet on the Spanish island of Cuba barely fifty miles distant, the events in Haiti…
Ada Ferrer. 2014 .

Ferrer, Ada,

"The Haitian Revolution of 1791-1804 was the only slave rebellion in which slaves and former slaves succeeded in ending slavery and establishing an independent state, making it perhaps the most radical revolution of the modern world. Yet on the Spanish island of Cuba, barely…
Geoffrey Parker. 2017 .

Parker, Geoffrey, 1943-

"An accessible synthesis of the prescient best seller exploring seventeenth-century catastrophe and the impact of climate change First published in 2013, Geoffrey Parker's prize-winning best seller Global Crisis analyzes the unprecedented calamities--revolutions, droughts,…
Gregory Evans Dowd. 2015 .

Dowd, Gregory Evans, 1956-

"Why did Elizabethan adventurers believe that the interior of America hid vast caches of gold? Who started the rumor that British officers purchased revolutionary white women's scalps, packed them by the bale, and shipped them to their superiors? And why are people today still…
Julia Gaffield. 2015 .

Gaffield, Julia,

"On January 1, 1804, Haiti shocked the world by declaring independence. Historians have long portrayed Haiti's postrevolutionary period as one during which the international community rejected Haiti's Declaration of Independence and adopted a policy of isolation designed to…
Kathleen DuVal. 2015 .

DuVal, Kathleen,

"A rising-star historian offers a significant new global perspective on the Revolutionary War with the story of the conflict as seen through the eyes of the outsiders of colonial society. Over the last decade, award-winning historian Kathleen DuVal has revitalized the study of…
Alejandra Dubcovsky. 2016 .

Dubcovsky, Alejandra, 1983-

What: Making sense of La Florida, 1560s-1670s -- Paths and power -- Information contests -- Rebellious news -- Who: The many faces of information, 1660s-1710s -- Informers and slaves -- The information race -- How: New ways of articulating power, 1710-1740 -- Networks in wartime…
Jennifer L. Palmer. 2016 .

Palmer, Jennifer L.,

Interracial intimacy in the French Atlantic -- Proximity and distance in plantation society -- Legitimating authority -- Navigating Transatlantic separations -- Economies of race and gender -- What's in a name? -- Negotiating patriarchy -- Race from Colonialism to Revolution.
Jennifer L. Palmer. 2016 .

Palmer, Jennifer L.

Following the stories of families who built their lives and fortunes across the Atlantic Ocean, Intimate Bonds shows how households anchored the French empire and shaped the meanings of race, slavery, and gender in the early modern period.
Jessica Yirush Stern. 2017 .

Stern, Jessica Yirush,

Introduction -- Production -- Commodity exchange -- Gift exchange -- Consumption of commodities -- Conclusion -- Appendix: textiles in the colonial Southeast.
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Mary Sarah Bilder. 2015 .

Bilder, Mary Sarah,

"New digital technologies and traditional historical investigation suggest that James Madison did not finish his famous Notes until after the Convention. The Notes are the most important, and most misunderstood, account of the 1787 Constitutional Convention. This biography of the…
48. The many captivities of Esther Wheelwright Book , Print in English
Ann M. Little. 2016 .

Little, Ann M.,

"Born and raised in a New England garrison town, Esther Wheelwright (1696-1780) was captured by Wabanaki Indians at age seven. Among them, she became a Catholic and lived like any other young girl in the tribe. At age twelve, she was enrolled at a French-Canadian Ursuline…
Robert S. DuPlessis. 2016 .

DuPlessis, Robert S.

note: 1. Dress regimes at the dawn of the shared Atlantic -- 2. Acquiring imported textiles and dress -- 3. Redressing the indigenous Americas -- 4. Dress under constraint -- 5. Dressing free settlers in the "torrid zone" -- 6. Free settler dress in temperate zones…
Robert DuPlessis. 2015 .

DuPlessis, Robert,

In this wide-ranging account, Robert DuPlessis examines globally sourced textiles that by dramatically altering consumer behaviour, helped create new economies and societies in the early modern world. This deeply researched history of cloth and clothing offers new insights into…