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  Volume 44, Number 1, 2009

Table of Contents

From: Early American Literature

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Greetings

pp. 1-2
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Cotton Mather’s “Dora”: The Case History of Mercy Short

pp. 3-38
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GOD ne’er brings to pass such Things for nought”: Empire and Prince Madoc of Wales in Eighteenth-Century America

pp. 39-70
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From Holy Land to New England Canaan: Rabbi Haim Carigal and Sephardic Itinerant Preaching in the Eighteenth Century

pp. 71-93
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“A Variety of Domestic Misfortunes”: Writing the Dysfunctional Self in Early America

pp. 95-119
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“Make Your Minds Perfectly Easy”: Sagoyewatha and the Great Law of the Haudenosaunee

pp. 121-146
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Documents

New Equiana

pp. 147-160
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Review Essays

Cosmography’s Promise and Richard Hakluyt’s World

pp. 161-178
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American Primer: Religion in Early American Studies

pp. 179-194
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Where Do We Go from Here?: Early American Women and the End(s) of Feminist Critique

pp. 195-213
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The History of x in Early America

pp. 215-225
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Review

James Fenimore Cooper: The Early Years (review)

pp. 227-232
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Contributors

Contributors

pp. 233-234
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Research Areas

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