Revisioning the British Empire in the Eighteenth Century: Essays from Twenty-five Years of the Lawrence Henry Gipson Institute for Eighteenth-Century Studies

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Lehigh University Press, 1998 - 301 страници
This volume offers eleven essays on colonial British North America and the American Revolution. Part I of the collection includes essays on aspects of the Revolution that reflect Gipson's interests, while the essays in Part II deal with social history.
 

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Lawrence Henry Gipson Historian
27
Revising Gipsons Project
53
The Seven Years War in Pennsylvania
55
The Collapse of the British Empire as Seen by Franklin Paine and Burke
76
Thomas Jefferson and the Enlightenment Reflections on Literary Influence
102
John Jay and Creative Constituionalism
145
Repopulating Gipsons Empire
165
Labor Exaction and Cultural Retention in the Antillean Region
167
Money Sex and Murder in EighteenthCentury England
181
The Evolution of Religious Life in Early Virginia
205
We Shant Be Great Gainers by This Contest Reflections on American Women in the Revolutionary Era
234
Revisioning Gipsons Revolution
251
Puritanism in a Revolutionary World
253
Echoes and Reverberations Reflections on the Language of Politics and Patterns of Political Literature in Revolutionary and Republican America
271
Contributors
298
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