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  Volume 11, Issue 1, Winter 2013

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Forming Nations, Reforming Empires: Atlantic Polities in the Long Eighteenth Century

An Entangled World: Loyalties, Allegiances, and Affiliations in the Long Eighteenth Century: Special Issue Introduction

pp. 1-14

"Good and Kind Benefactors": British Logwood Merchants and Boston's Christ Church

pp. 15-36

"English Liberties" and German Settlers in Colonial America: The Georgia Salzburgers' Conceptions of Community, 1730-1750

pp. 37-54

From Spain to the River Plate: Migratory Strategies of Spaniards in the Eighteenth Century

pp. 55-71

The Poetics of Belonging in the Age of Enlightenment: Spiritual Metaphors of Being in Olaudah Equiano's Interesting Narrative

pp. 72-97

On the Margins: The Mediating Function of Footnotes in Thomas Hutchinson's History of Massachusetts-Bay

pp. 98-116

The Caribs of St. Vincent and Indigenous Resistance during the Age of Revolutions

pp. 117-132

Trans-Atlantic Anti-Jacobinism: Reaction and Religion

pp. 133-145

Competing Loyalties: Nationality, Church Governance, and the Development of an American Catholic Identity

pp. 146-160

New Nations, New Connections: Spanish American Privateering from the United States and the Development of Atlantic Relations

pp. 161-175

"Centripetal Attraction" in a Centrifugal World: The Pacifist Vision of Elihu Burritt

pp. 176-191

Imperial Uncertainties and Republican Conflicts: Archives, Diplomacy, and Historiography in Nineteenth-Century Chile

pp. 192-207

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