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With Sails Whitening Every Sea

BRIAN ROULEAU

"A first rate study which adds to our understanding of the way in which American sailors and whalers helped shape Americans' views of the world and American international relations." —American Historical Review 

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Who Should Rule at Home?

JOYCE D. GOODFRIEND

"Promises to become the definitive book about early New York City. Beautifully written and well and convincingly argued."—Billy Smith,  author of Ship of Death

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The History of the Five Indian Nations Depending on the Province of New-York in America​

CADWALLADER COLDEN

"No collection pretending an interest in Indian or Colonial affairs should be without this contemporary account."—Library Journal

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Ninigret, Sachem of the Niantics and Narragansetts

JULIE A. FISHER & DAVID J. SILVERMAN

"An excellent study of the region's politics and diplomacy from the Pequot War to King Philip's War. Essential reading for scholars of 17th-century New England. Highly recommended."—Choice

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For Fear of an
Elective King

KATHLEEN
BARTOLONI-TUAZON

CHOICE Magazine Outstanding Academic Title 2015

"Delightfully well-written and meticulously researched."—Stuart Leibiger, Journal of the Early Republic

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Brethren by Nature

MARGARET ELLEN NEWELL

Winner, James A. Rawley Prize in the History of Race Relations in the United States (Organization of American Historians); Winner, Peter J. Gomes Memorial Book Prize (Massachusetts Historical Society)

"Outstanding."—Max Flomen, American Indian Culture and Research Journal 

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Moral Commerce

JULIE L. HOLCOMB

"Beautifully written, carefully researched, and convincingly argued. A striking contribution to American, British, and Atlantic perspectives on abolitionism."
—Richard Huzzey, author of Freedom Burning

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The Dutch Moment

WIM KLOOSTER

"A splendid narrative of empire and trade in an earlier era, certain to become a classic in early modern Atlantic world and imperial history."—Benjamin Schmidt, author of Inventing Exoticism 

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Edmund Burke in America

DREW MACIAG

"Restores Burkean thought to the center of the American political tradition."
—George Cotkin, author of Dive Deeper and Existential America

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The Enlightenment of Cadwallader Colden

JOHN M. DIXON

"Vivid and engaging. An exceptionally clear account of New York political life between 1720 and 1776."—Sara S. Gronim, author of Everyday Nature

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Christian Imperialism

EMILY CONROY-KRUTZ

"A fresh and discerning exploration of the links between evangelicalism and empire in the early republic."
—Christine Leigh Heyrman, author of Southern Cross

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Dangerous Guests

KEN MILLER

Winner, Journal of the American Revolution Book of the Year Award, 2014

"A well-researched and beautifully written community study "—American Historical Review

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