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  Volume 8, Number 2, Spring 2010

Table of Contents

From the Editor

pp. v-vi
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A Historical Archaeological Study of Eighteenth-Century Newport: Three Middling Households

pp. 213-216
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Widow Pratt's World of Goods: Implications of Consumer Choice in Colonial Newport, Rhode Island

pp. 217-234
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Parasites and Sanitation in Eighteenth-Century Newport, Rhode Island: The Pratt, Brown, and Tate Families

pp. 235-249
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Calvin and Locke: Dueling Epistemologies in The New-England Primer, 1720–1790

pp. 250-287
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"Astrology's from Heaven not from Hell": The Religious Significance of Early American Almanacs

pp. 287-321
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"Light might possibly be requisite": Edgar Huntly, Regional History, and Historicist Criticism

pp. 322-357
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"Ready to act in defiance of Government": Colonial Philadelphia Voluntary Culture and the Defense Association of 1747–1748

pp. 358-385
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"A Flag of Defyance at the Masthead": The Delaware River Pilots and the Sinews of Philadelphia's Atlantic World in the Eighteenth Century

pp. 386-409
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"Jacobins in this Country": The United States, Great Britain, and Trans-Atlantic Anti-Jacobinism

pp. 410-445
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Glimpses of the Other before Orientalism: The Muslim World in Early American Periodicals, 1785–1800

pp. 446-474
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