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  • Journal of the Early RepublicVolume 37, 2017
CONTENTS
What Happened to the Three-Fifths Clause? The Relationship between Women and Slaves in Constitutional Thought, 1787–1866
Jan Ellen Lewis
1
David Walker’s Nationalism—and Thomas Jefferson’s
Peter Thompson
47
Liberty with the Sword: Jamaican Maroons, Haitian Revolutionaries, and American Liberty
Tyson Reeder
81
Building the Future: White Women, Black Education, and Civic Inclusion in Antebellum Ohio
Kabria Baumgartner
117
“The Open Violence of Desperate Men”: Rethinking Property and Power in the 1835 Baltimore Bank Riot
Adam Malka
193
Martha Ann Honeywell: Art, Performance, and Disability in the Early Republic
Laurel Daen
225
Introduction: Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton: An American Musical and the Early American Republic
Catherine E. Kelly
251
Will the Real Alexander Hamilton Please Stand Up?
Joanne B. Freeman
255
The American Revolution Rebooted: Hamilton and Genre in Contemporary Culture
Andrew M. Schocket
263
Crooked Histories: Re-presenting Race, Slavery, and Alexander Hamilton Onstage
Heather S. Nathans
271
Toward a More Perfect Hamilton
Marvin McAllister
279
World Wide Enough: Historiography, Imagination, and Stagecraft
Benjamin L. Carp
289
“Make ’em Laugh”: Why History Cannot Be Reduced to Song and Dance
Nancy Isenberg
295
Scientific Instructions and Native American Linguistics in the Imperial United States: The Department of War’s 1826 Vocabulary
Cameron Strang
399
“The Focus of the Wills of Converging Millions”: Public Opposition to the Jay Treaty and the Origins of the People’s Presidency
Nathaniel C. Green
429
“Our Rights Are Getting More & More Infringed Upon”: American Nationalism, Identity, and Sailors’ Justice in British Prisons during the War of 1812
Elizabeth Jones-Minsinger
471
The Angel of Nullification: Imagining Disunion in an Era Before Secession
Benjamin E. Park
507
Introduction: Expand or Die: The Revolution’s New Empire
Alan Taylor
599
Toward a Social History of Federalism: The State and Capitalism To and From the American Revolution
Andrew Shankman
615
1776, Viewed from the West
Jessica Choppin Roney
655
Ancients, Moderns, and Africans: Phillis Wheatley and the Politics of Empire and Slavery in the American Revolution
David Waldstreicher
701
Commerce and Conquest in Early American Foreign Relations, 1750–1850
Paul A. Gilje
735
Conclusion: Writing To and From the Revolution
Serena R. Zabin
771
Surveying the Fields 305
Review Essays 147, 537
Reviews 155, 357, 555, 785

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Additional Information

ISSN
1553-0620
Print ISSN
0275-1275
Pages
pp. 809-811
Launched on MUSE
2017-10-31
Open Access
No
Archive Status
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