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"Now Quite out of Society": Archaeology and Frontier Illinois
"Now Quite Out of Society": Archaeology and Frontier Illinois. By Robert Mazrim. (Springfield: Illinois Department of Transportation, 2002. Pp. Xiii, 297. Illus., maps, tables, notes, bib. Paper,Expand
Contact Points: American Frontiers from the Mohawk Valley to the Mississippi, 1750-1830
The eleven essays in this volume probe multicultural interactions between Indians, Europeans, and Africans in eastern North America's frontier zones from the late colonial era to the end of the earlyExpand
Free Black Residency in Two Antebellum Virginia Counties: How the Laws Functioned
THE CIVIL LIBERTIES THAT DISTINGUISHED FREE PEOPLE OF COLOR from their enslaved brethren were defined by government statutes, so it is perhaps natural that historians interested in the status andExpand
Citizens of Zion: The Social Origins of Camp Meeting Revivalism
Citizens of Zion: The Social Origins of Camp Meeting Revivalism. By Ellen Eslinger. (Knoxville: The University of Tennessee Press, 1999. Pp. xxi, 306. Figures, maps, table. $38.00.) In thisExpand
Running Mad for Kentucky: Frontier Travel Accounts
The crossing of America's first great divide-the Appalachian Mountains-has been a source of much fascination but has received little attention from modern historians. In the eighteenth century, theExpand