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This issue contains 30 articles in total

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  1. Notes on Contributors
  2. Historical Poetics Now (review)
  3. Collected Writings of Charles Brocken Brown, vol. 4: Political Pamphlets ed. by Mark L. Kamrath et al. (review)
  4. The Francis Daniel Pastorius Reader ed. by Patrick M. Erben et al. (review)
  5. Our Suffering Brethren: Foreign Captivity and Nationalism in the Early United States by David J. Dzurec III (review)
  6. Virginia 1619: Slavery and Freedom in the Making of English America ed. by Paul Musselwhite et al. (review)
  7. Entangled Lives: Labor, Livelihood, and Landscapes of Change in Rural Massachusetts by Marla Miller (review)
  8. Translating Nature: Cross-Cultural Histories of Early Modern Science ed. by Jaime Marroquin Arredondo and Ralph Bauer (review)
  9. Surviving Genocide: Native Nations and the United States from the American Revolution to Bleeding Kansas by Jeffrey Ostler (review)
  10. Puritan Spirits in the Abolitionist Imagination by Kenyon Gradert (review)
  11. Resurrecting the First Great American Play: Imperial Politics and Colonial Ambitions in Frontier Detroit by Sämi Ludwig (review)
  12. Sons of the Waves: The Common Seaman in the Heroic Age of Sail, 1740–1840 by Stephen Taylor (review)
  13. The Critical Force of Cosmopolitanism in the Age of Revolution
  14. New England Tales: Revisiting a Region's Past in Unfamiliar Places
  15. George Washington, Chief Executive Officer
  16. The "Contynuance of our Civell and religious Liberties": Plymouth Colonists' 1665 "Humble Addrese" to the King
  17. Telling Our Story: An Interview with Paula Peters
  18. "They Should Have Never Fed You"
  19. For Whom, with Whom, Should We Reframe Plymouth 1620?
  20. The Uses of Plymouth Plantation
  21. Location, Location, Location: Archives and Place in Moments of Memorialization
  22. Decentering 1620
  23. Beyond 1620: A Forum on History and Memory in Early American Studies
  24. Two Ships, Two Shores
  25. From the Northern Parts of Virginia to "Cape-Cod": A Mayflower Thesaurus
  26. Remembering Dorothy May Bradford's Death and Reframing "Depression" in Colonial New England
  27. Treacherous Waters: Tisquantum, the Red Atlantic, and the Beginnings of Plymouth Colony
  28. Provocations: The Age of Failure
  29. Special Issue Introduction: 1620, Interrupted
  30. Guest Editor's and Editor's Notes
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