Early American Histories

A series of studies on early modern North America and the Caribbean from 1500 to 1815, Early American Histories promises innovative research and analysis of foundational questions central to the work of scholars and teachers of American, British, and Atlantic history—books that bring the early American world into focus.

Series Editors: Douglas Bradburn, John C. Coombs, S. Max Edelson

Books in this Series

The Travels of Richard Traunter
Two Journeys through the Native Southeast in 1698 and 1699
Richard Traunter. Edited by Sandra L. Dahlberg
Making the Early Modern Metropolis
Culture and Power in Pre-Revolutionary Philadelphia
Daniel P. Johnson
The Permanent Resident
Excavations and Explorations of George Washington's Life
Philip Levy
From Independence to the U.S. Constitution
Reconsidering the Critical Period of American History
Edited by Douglas Bradburn and Christopher R. Pearl
Washington's Government
Charting the Origins of the Federal Administration
Edited by Max M. Edling and Peter J. Kastor
The Natural, Moral, and Political History of Jamaica, and the Territories thereon Depending
From the First Discovery of the Island by Christopher Columbus to the Year 1746
James Knight. Edited by Jack P. Greene
Statute Law in Colonial Virginia
Governors, Assemblymen, and the Revisals That Forged the Old Dominion
Warren M. Billings
Against Popery
Britain, Empire, and Anti-Catholicism
Edited by Evan Haefeli
Conceived in Crisis
The Revolutionary Creation of an American State
Christopher R. Pearl
Redemption from Tyranny
Herman Husband's American Revolution
Bruce E. Stewart
Experiencing Empire
Power, People, and Revolution in Early America
Patrick Griffin
"Esteemed Bookes of Lawe" and the Legal Culture of Early Virginia
Edited by Warren M. Billings and Brent Tarter
Citizens of Convenience
The Imperial Origins of American Nationhood on the U.S.-Canadian Border
Lawrence Hatter
Settler Jamaica in the 1750s
A Social Portrait
Jack P. Greene
Loyal Protestants and Dangerous Papists
Maryland and the Politics of Religion in the English Atlantic, 1630-1690
Antoinette Sutto
Dunmore's New World
The Extraordinary Life of a Royal Governor in Revolutionary America--with Jacobites, Counterfeiters, Land Schemes, Shipwrecks, Scalping, Indian Politics, Runaway Slaves, and Two Illegal Royal Weddings
James Corbett David
The Road to Black Ned's Forge
A Story of Race, Sex, and Trade on the Colonial American Frontier
Turk McCleskey
Early Modern Virginia
Reconsidering the Old Dominion
Edited by Douglas Bradburn and John C. Coombs
Creating the British Atlantic
Essays on Transplantation, Adaptation, and Continuity
Jack P. Greene
The Evil Necessity
British Naval Impressment in the Eighteenth-Century Atlantic World
Denver Brunsman