1. Editor's Note
  2. Joshua Piker
  3. pp. 187-188
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  1. Situating the United States in Vast Early America: Introduction
  2. Eliga Gould, Rosemarie Zagarri
  3. pp. 189-200
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  1. The Mental and Physical Frontiers of Empire
  2. Josep M. Fradera
  3. pp. 201-206
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  1. Nation, Continent, Hemisphere: Situating the United States in the Vast Early Americas
  2. Caitlin Fitz
  3. pp. 207-214
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  1. Black Utopia: Haiti and Black Transnational Consciousness in the Early Nineteenth Century
  2. Leslie M. Alexander
  3. pp. 215-222
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  1. The Vast Kingdom of God
  2. Emily Conroy-Krutz
  3. pp. 223-228
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  1. De-decentering the Narrative: The Case for a Vast 1776
  2. Patrick Griffin
  3. pp. 229-234
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  1. Settlers, Slavery, and the Early Republic
  2. Rashauna Johnson
  3. pp. 235-242
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  1. "Haughty republicans," Native Land, and the Promise of Preemption
  2. Michael A. Blaakman
  3. pp. 243-250
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  1. Population Counts
  2. Claudio Saunt
  3. pp. 251-260
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  1. Containing Multitudes: Time, Space, the United States, and Vast Early America
  2. Jessica Choppin Roney
  3. pp. 261-268
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  1. Revolution Lost? Vast Early America, National History, and the American Revolution
  2. Michael D. Hattem
  3. pp. 269-274
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  1. The Nation-State in a Changing World: Epilogue
  2. Annette Gordon-Reed, Peter S. Onuf
  3. pp. 275-280
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  1. Pursuing Knowledge, Surviving Empire: Indigenous Explorers in the Removal Era
  2. Cameron B. Strang
  3. pp. 281-312
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  1. Paine Detected in Mississippi: Slavery, Print Culture, and the Threat of Deism in the Early Republic
  2. Seth Perry
  3. pp. 313-338
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  1. Practical Americans
  2. Hannah Farber
  3. pp. 339-357
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  1. Who Owns the Founders?
  2. Andrew M. Schocket
  3. pp. 358-363
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  1. Historic Real Estate: Market Morality and the Politics of Preservation in the Early United States by Whitney Martinko (review)
  2. Joy M. Giguere
  3. pp. 364-368
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  1. Heaven's Wrath: The Protestant Reformation and the Dutch West India Company in the Atlantic World by D. L. Noorlander (review)
  2. Andrea C. Mosterman
  3. pp. 369-372
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  1. A Not-So-New World: Empire and Environment in French Colonial North America by Christopher M. Parsons (review)
  2. Gabriel de Avilez Rocha
  3. pp. 373-376
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  1. Indigenous Prosperity and American Conquest: Indian Women of the Ohio River Valley, 1690–1792 by Susan Sleeper-Smith (review)
  2. Michaela Kleber
  3. pp. 377-380
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  1. Redemption from Tyranny: Herman Husband's American Revolution by Bruce E. Stewart (review)
  2. Robert G. Parkinson
  3. pp. 381-384
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  1. Blurring the Lines of Race and Freedom: Mulattoes and Mixed Bloods in English Colonial America by A. B. Wilkinson (review)
  2. Daniel Livesay
  3. pp. 385-389
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