1. 1763: Pontiac and Paxton
  2. Patrick Spero
  3. pp. 199-202
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  1. Cost, Commodity, and Gift: The Board of Trade’s Conceptualization of British–Native American Gift Giving during Pontiac’s War
  2. Georgia Carley
  3. pp. 203-224
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  1. ‘‘Sometimes bad people take the liberty of stragling into your Country’’ The Struggle to Control Mobility during Pontiac’s War
  2. Jeffrey D. Kaja
  3. pp. 225-257
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  1. Dangerous Spirits: How the Indian Critique of Alcohol Shaped Eighteenth-Century Quaker Revivalism
  2. Michael Goode
  3. pp. 258-283
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  1. The Black City: African and Indian Exchanges in Pontiac’s Upper Country
  2. Christian Ayne Crouch
  3. pp. 284-318
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  1. The Paxton Boys and Edward Shippen: Defiance and Deference on a Collapsing Frontier
  2. Scott Paul Gordon
  3. pp. 319-347
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  1. Unmasking the Paxton Boys: The Material Culture of the Pamphlet War
  2. Judith Ridner
  3. pp. 348-376
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  1. Embodied Politics: The Paxton Uprising and the Gendering of Civic Culture in Colonial Pennsylvania
  2. John Smolenski
  3. pp. 377-407
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