1. “The happy effects of these waters”: Colonial American Mineral Spas and the British Civilizing Mission
  2. Vaughn Scribner
  3. pp. 409-449
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  1. America in Ruins: Cooper, Child, and the Problem of the National House
  2. Halina A. Adams
  3. pp. 450-477
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  1. Rediscovering Native North America: Settlements, Maps, and Empires in the Eastern Woodlands
  2. Chad Anderson
  3. pp. 478-505
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  1. The Effect of Military Service on Indian Communities in Southern New England, 1740–1763
  2. Brian D. Carroll
  3. pp. 506-536
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  1. Women, Property, and the Law in the Anglo-American World, 1630–1700
  2. Lindsay R. Moore
  3. pp. 537-567
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  1. Jefferson’s Legacy, Race Science, and Righteous Violence in Jabez Hammond’s Abolitionist Fiction
  2. Nicholas P. Wood
  3. pp. 568-609
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  1. “I Thought They Were Worthy”: A Dutch Reformed Church Minister and His Congregation Debate African American Membership in the Church
  2. Andrea C. Mosterman
  3. pp. 610-616
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