1. From the Director
  2. Daniel K. Richter
  3. p. 743
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  1. Public Sales and Public Values in Eighteenth-Century North America
  2. Ellen Hartigan-O’Connor
  3. pp. 749-773
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  1. “Getting into a Little Business”: Margaret Hill Morris and Women’s Medical Entrepreneurship during the American Revolution
  2. Susan Brandt
  3. pp. 774-807
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  1. Agents at Home: Wives, Lawyers, and Financial Competence in Eighteenth-Century New England Port Cities
  2. Sara T. Damiano
  3. pp. 808-835
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  1. “For Lucre of Gain and in Contempt of the Laws”: Itinerant Traders and the Politics of Mobility in the Eighteenth-Century Mid-Atlantic
  2. Robert J. Gamble
  3. pp. 836-855
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  1. Merchant and Plebeian Commercial Knowledge in Montreal and Quebec, 1760–1820
  2. Nancy Christie
  3. pp. 856-880
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  1. Building and Outfitting Ships in Colonial Boston
  2. Steven J. J. Pitt
  3. pp. 881-907
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  1. Maritime Labor, Economic Regulation, and the Spoils of Atlantic Commerce in Early Philadelphia
  2. Simon Finger
  3. pp. 908-930
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  1. “By Measures Taken of Men”: Clothing the Classes in William Carlin’s Alexandria, 1763–1782
  2. Katherine Egner Gruber
  3. pp. 931-953
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  1. Introduction
  2. Cathy Matson
  3. pp. 744-748
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