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  Volume 48, Number 3, 2013

Table of Contents

Articles

MLA Honored Scholar of Early American Literature, 2013

pp. 539-541
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The Wampanoag Word: John Eliot’s Indian Grammar, the Vernacular Rebellion, and the Elegancies of Native Speech

pp. 543-575
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Penman’s Devil: The Chirographic and Typographic Urgency of Race in the Letters of the Late Ignatius Sancho, An African

pp. 577-612
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A Mexican Drama of Late-Colonial Politics

pp. 613-640
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Dr. Rush and Mr. Peale: The Figure of the Animal in Late Eighteenth-Century Medical Discourse

pp. 641-670
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Maps and Myths: Consuming Lewis and Clark in the Early Republic

pp. 671-708
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Irving, Ruin, and Risk

pp. 709-735
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Reading, Writing, and Remembering: Presidential Address for the Eighth Biennial Society of Early Americanists (SEA) Conference in Savannah, Georgia, 2013

pp. 737-742
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Review Essays

Learning to Read—Almost: New Books in Early Native American Studies

pp. 743-754
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Jefferson’s Spaces

pp. 755-769
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Book Reviews

We Shall Be No More: Suicide and Self-Government in the Newly United States by Richard Bell (review)

pp. 771-774
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From Peace to Freedom: Quaker Rhetoric and the Birth of American Antislavery, 1657–1761 by Brycchan Carey (review)

pp. 775-780
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In Search of First Contact: The Vikings of Vinland, the Peoples of the Dawnland, and the Anglo-American Anxiety of Discovery by Annette Kolodny (review)

pp. 780-783
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Geographies of Philological Knowledge: Postcoloniality and the Transatlantic National Epic by Nadia R. Altschul (review)

pp. 783-787
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Separated by Their Sex: Women in Public and Private in the Colonial Atlantic World by Mary Beth Norton (review)

pp. 787-790
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Godly Republicanism: Puritans, Pilgrims, and a City on a Hill by Michael P. Winship (review)

pp. 790-796
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The Notorious Elizabeth Tuttle: Marriage, Murder, and Madness in the Family of Jonathan Edwards by Ava Chamberlain (review)

pp. 796-799
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Lumping or Splitting: Fresh Perspectives on the “German-Speaking Peoples” of Early Pennsylvania

pp. 801-809
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Editor’s Note

p. 811
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Review Editor’s Note

p. 813
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Notes on Contributors

pp. 815-816
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Research Areas

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