Journal of American History

Recent Scholarship



Beranek, Christa, “Ethnicity, Masculinity, and Lineage: The Cultural Biography of a Colonial Massachusetts Parcel of Land,” Historical Archaeology, 46 (no. 2, 2012), 75–90. Heavily illustrated.

Hisada, Yukako, “Bosuton Chakai Jiken o meguru Kioku to Amerikashi: Arufureddo F. Yangu, ”Kutsu-shokunin to Chakai Jiken” (History and memory of the Boston Tea Party: A review of Alfred F. Young’s The Shoemaker and the Tea Party), Aichikenritsu Daigaku Chiiki Kenkyu Kokusaigaku Hen (Nagoya), 43 (2011), 231–45. In Japanese.

Kimnach, Wilson H., and Kenneth P. Minkema, “The Material and Social Practices of Intellectual Work: Jonathan Edwards’ Study,” William and Mary Quarterly, 69 (Oct. 2012), 683–730. Heavily illustrated.

Nohara, Shinji, “Teikoku to Jichi no Kankei o megutte: Charuzu Davunanto no Kita-Amerika Shokuminchi-ron o Chushin ni” (The relationship between the empire and autonomy: Charles Davenant’s argument on the North American colonies), Shiso (Tokyo) (no., 1047 2011), 86–104. In Japanese.

O’Dell, Wesley, “‘Slightly Too Late, or Far Too Soon’: The Stono Rebellion and the Abolitionist Movement,” Southern Studies, 19 (Spring–Summer 2012), 40–64.

Sadlier, Sarah, “Prelude to the American Revolution? The War of Regulation: A Revolutionary Reaction for Reform,” History Teacher, 46 (Nov. 2012), 97–126. Heavily illustrated.

Spero, Patrick, “The Conojocular War: The Politics of Colonial Competition, 1732–1737,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography, 136 (Oct. 2012), 365–403.

Tarnóc, András, “The Indian Captive as an Early Manifestation of the American Hero,” Eger Journal of American Studies (Eger), 13 (2012), 301–12.

Tillman, Kacy Dowd, “Eliza Lucas Pinckney as Cultural Broker: Reconsidering a South Carolinian Legacy,” Southern Studies, 18 (Fall–Winter 2011), 49–65.


DiCuirci, Lindsay E., “History’s Imprint: The Colonial Book and the Writing of American History, 1790–1855” (Ohio State University, 2010). Order No. DA3476046.

Dubcovsky, Alejandra, “Connected Worlds: Communication Networks in the Colonial Southeast, 1513-1740” (University of California, Berkeley, 2011). Order No. DA3469258.

Mohler, Melinda M., “A Dutch Woman in an English World: The Legacy of Alida Livingston of New York” (West Virginia University, 2011). Order No. DA3476495.

Moore, Joseph Price III, “Native Americans in Colonial New England and the Modern World-System” (Rutgers University, New Brunswick, 2011). Order No. DA3474916.


Daniels, Bruce C., New England Nation: The Country the Puritans Built. (New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. xii, 237 pp. Paper, $30.00.)

Rice, James D., Tales from a Revolution: Bacon’s Rebellion and the Transformation of Early America. (New York: Oxford University Press, 2012. xxii, 253 pp. $24.95.)

Story, Ronald, Jonathan Edwards and the Gospel of Love. (Amherst: University of Massachusetts Press, 2012. xiv, 165 pp. Paper, $22.95.)

Wilson, Thomas D., The Oglethorpe Plan: Enlightenment Design in Savannah and Beyond. (Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press, 2012. xiv, 257 pp. $35.00.)

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