Articles by Library Company Fellows Based on Research with the Collections

Accardo, Peter X. (1999-2000). “American Editions of Byron, 1811 to 1830,” Papers of the Bibliographical Society of America 93 (1999): 484-93.

Adams, Sean Patrick (2000-2001). “Old Dominions and Industrial Commonwealths: The Political Economy of Coal in Virginia and Pennsylvania, 1810-1875,” Enterprise and Society 1 (2000): 675-682.

Adams, Sean Patrick (2004-2005). “Warming the Poor and Growing Consumers: Fuel Philanthropy in the Early Republic’s Urban North,” Journal of American History 95 (1) (2008): 69-94.

Adelman, Joseph (2011-2012). “Trans-Atlantic Migration and the Printing Trade in Revolutionary America,” Early American Studies 11 (3) (2013): 516-544.

Altschuler, Sari (2010-2011). “From Blood Vessels to Global Networks of Exchange: the Physiology of Benjamin Rush’s Early Republic,” Journal of the Early Republic 32 (2) (2012): 207-231.

Anderson, Jennifer L. (2001-2002). “Nature’s Currency: The Atlantic Mahogany Trade and the Commodification of Nature in the Eighteenth Century,” Early American Studies 2 (1) (2004): 47-80.

Baer, Friederike (2006-2007). “Speaking American,” American History 42 (3) (2007): 60- 64.

Baer-Wallis, Friederike (1999-2000). “They ‘Speak Irish But Should Speak German’: Language and Citizenship in Philadelphia’s German Community, c. 1800-1820,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 128 (1)(2004): 5-33.

Baumgartner, Kabria (2014-2015). “Building the Future: White Women, Black Education, and Civic Inclusion in Antebellum Ohio,” Journal of the Early Republic 37 (1) (2017): 117-145.

Beiler, Rosalind J. (2006-2007). “Dissenting Religious Communication Networks and European Migration, 1660-1710,” in Soundings in Atlantic History: Latent Structures and Intellectual Currents, 1500-1830, Bernard Bailyn and Patricia L. Denault, eds. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2009.

Beisel, Nicola (1988). “Class, Culture, and Campaigns against Vice in Three American Cities, 1872-1892,” American Sociological Review 55 (1990): 44-62.

Beisel, Nicola (1988). “Morals versus Art: Censorship, the Politics of Interpretation, and the Victorian Nude,” American Sociological Review 58 (1993): 145-62.

Bell, Richard (2013-2014). “Counterfeit Kin: Kidnappers of Color, the Reverse Underground Railroad, and the Origins of Practical Abolition,” Journal of the Early Republic 38 (2) (2018): 199-230.

Bell, Richard J. (2003-2004). “Do Not Despair: Suicide in the Archives,” Common-Place 4 (2004) [online journal].

Bell, Richard J. (2003-2004). “The Double Guilt of Dueling: The Stain of Suicide in Anti-Dueling Rhetoric in the Early Republic,” Journal of the Early Republic 29 (3) (2009): 383-410.

Bellion, Wendy (1999-2000). “Heads of State: Profiles and Politics in Jeffersonian America.” In New Media, 1740-1915, eds. Lisa Gitelman and Geoffrey B. Pingree, 31-59. Cambridge, Mass.: MIT Press, 2003.

Bellion, Wendy (1999-2000). “Illusion and Allusion: Charles Willson Peale’s Staircase Group at the Columbianum Exhibition,” American Art 17 (2) (2003): 18-39.

Bellion, Wendy (1999-2000). “Pleasing Deceptions,” Common-Place 3 (2002) [online journal].

Berman, C.N. (2019). Motherhood on a Mission: Missionaries, “Heathens,” and the Maternal Ideal in the Early American Republic. Early American Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 17(4), 474-497.

Blum, Hester (2010-2011). “Charles Francis Hall’s Arctic Researches,” The Sea and Nineteenth-Century Anglophone Literary Culture, eds. Steven Mentz and Martha Elena Rojas (Routledge Press, 2017), 47-65.

Bodle, Wayne. (2005-2006). “Atlantic History is the New ‘New Social History.’” William & Mary Quarterly 64:1 (January 2007): 203-220.

Bodle, Wayne K. (2005-2006). “La Logistique et l’armée Francaise en Amérique.” Paris: Presses de l’Université Paris-Sorbonne, 2008. Proceedings of the international symposium held May 18-19, 2006 at l’Ecole militaire de Paris, at the initiative of the Société des Cincinnati.

Boudreau, George (1994-95). “‘Highly Valuable and Extensively Useful’: Community and Readership among the Eighteenth-Century Philadelphia Middling Sort,” Pennsylvania History 63 (1996): 302-29.

Boudreau, George W. (1994-95). “‘Done by a Tradesman’: Franklin’s Educational Proposals and the Culture of Eighteenth-Century Pennsylvania,” Pennsylvania History 69 (4)(2002): 524-557.

Brandt, Susan (2011-2012). “‘Getting into a Little Business’ Margaret Hill Morris and Women’s Medical Entrepreneurship during the American Revolution,” Early American Studies 13 (2015): 774-807.

Branson, Susan (2000-2001). “Gendered Strategies for Success in the Early Nineteenth-Century Literary Marketplace: Mary Carr and the Ladies’ Tea Tray,” Journal of American Studies, 40 (2006): 35-51.

Brekke, Linzy (2003-2004). “‘To Make a Figure’: Clothing and the Politics of Male Identity in Eighteenth-Century America.” In Gender, Taste, and Material Culture in Britain and North America, 1700-1830, eds. John Styles and Amanda Vickery, 225-246. New Haven, CT: Yale Center for British Art, 2006.

Brooks, Corey (2008-2009). “Stoking the ‘Abolition Fire in the Capital’: Liberty Party Lobbying and Antislavery in Congress,” Journal of the Early Republic 33 (3) (2013): 523-547.

Brown, John K. (1988). “The Baldwin Locomotive Works, the Capital Equipment Sector, and American Industrial Practice in the Nineteenth Century,” Business and Economic History 22 (1993): 7-12.

Brown, John K. (1988), co-author. “Comments on the System and Shop Practices of the Baldwin Locomotive Works,” Railroad History 173 (1995): 102-41.

Brown, Matthew P. (2008-2009). “The Tiger’s Leap and the Dog’s Paw,” in Early American Literature 44:3 (November 2009): 657-675.

Brownlee, Peter (2001-2002). “Ophthalmology, Popular Physiology, and the Market Revolution in Vision, 1800–1850,” Journal of the Early Republic 28 (4) (2008): 597-626.

Burke, Martin J. (1995-96). “Catholicity and Civilization: Catholics and the Capitalist Ethic in Nineteenth-Century America,” Essays in Economic and Business History 17 (1999): 125-35.

Cahill, Edward (2011-2012).  “Social Mobility and Satire in the American Plantations,” Early American Studies 17 (2) (2019): 183-214.

Calvert, Jane (2001-2002). “Liberty Without Tumult: Understanding the Politics of John Dickinson,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 131 (3) (2007): 233-262.

Camp, Stephanie M H. (1998-99). “‘I Could Not Stay There’: Enslaved Women, Truancy and the Geography of Everyday Forms of Resistance in the Antebellum Plantation South,” Slavery & Abolition 23 (2002): 1-20.

Camp, Stephanie M H. (1998-99). “The Pleasures of Resistance: Enslaved Women and Body Politics in the Plantation South, 1830-1861,” Journal of Southern History 68 (2002): 533-72.

Campbell, William J. (2005-2006). “An Adverse Patron: Land, Trade, and George Croghan,” Pennsylvania History: A Journal of Mid-Atlantic Studies 76 (2) (2009): 117-140.

Carp, Benjamin L. (2003-2004). “‘Fix’d Almost Amongst Strangers’: Charleston’s Quaker Merchants and the Limits of Cosmopolitanism,” William & Mary Quarterly 74 (1)(2017):77-108.

Carter, Michael S. (2004-2005). “‘Under the Benign Sun of Toleration’: Mathew Carey, the Douai Bible, and Catholic Print Culture, 1789-1791,” Journal of the Early Republic 27 (3) (2007): 437-469.

Chybowski, Julia J. (2010-2011). “Becoming the “Black Swan” in Mid-Nineteenth-Century America: Elizabeth Taylor Greenfield’s Early Life and Debut Concert Tour,” Journal of the American Musicological Society 67 (1) (2014): 125-165.

Clavin, Michael J. (2003-2004). “Race, Rebellion, and the Gothic: Inventing the Haitian Revolution,” Early American Studies 5 (1) (2007): 1-29.

Clavin, Matthew J. (2003-2004). “American Toussaints: Symbol, Subversion, and the Black Atlantic Tradition in the American Civil War,” Slavery & Abolition 28 (1) (2007): 87-113.

Codignola, Luca (2002-2003). “Angelo Inglesi, From Rome With Love: the Ultimate Scoundrel Priest in North America, 1814-25,” Itineraria 15 (2016): 151-203.

Codignola, Luca (2002-2003). “Roman Catholic Conservatism in a New North Atlantic World, 1760-1829,” William & Mary Quarterly 64 (4) 2007: 717-756.

Cohen, Joanna (2007-2008). ‘‘‘The Right to Purchase Is as Free as the Right to Sell’ Defining Consumers as Citizens in the Auction-house Conflicts of the Early Republic,” Journal of the Early Republic 30 (1) (2010): 25-62.

Coleman, William (2012-2013). ‘‘‘The Music of a Well Tun’d State’: ‘The Star Spangled Banner’ and the Development of a Federalist Musical Tradition,” Journal of the Early Republic 35 (4) (2015): 599-629.

Coleman, William L. (2016-2017).  “Painting the ‘Baronial Castle’: Thomas Cole at Featherstone Park,” Huntington Library Quarterly, 80 (4) (Winter 2017):  635-665.

Conger, Vivian Bruce (2010-2011). “Reading Early American Women’s Political Lives: The Revolutionary Performances of Deborah Read Franklin and Sally Franklin Bache,” Early American Studies, 16 (2) (2018): 317-352.

Cook, James W., Jr. (1993-94). “From the Age of Reason to the Age of Barnum: The Great Automaton Chess-Player and the Emergence of Victorian Cultural Illusionism,” Winterthur Portfolio 30 (1995): 231-57.

Cooper, Abigail. (2020) “African Americans Forged Free Lives in Civil War Refugee Camps.” Futurity, americans-2284562-2/.

Cotlar, Seth (1996-97). “Radical Conceptions of Property Rights and Economic Equality in the Early American Republic: The Trans-Atlantic Dimension,” Explorations in Early American Culture 4 (2000): 191-219.

Crabtree, Sarah (2005-2006). “‘A Beautiful and Practical Lesson of Jurisprudence’: The Transatlantic Quaker Ministry in an Age of Revolution,” Radical History Review 99 2007: 51-79.

Craig, Michelle L. (2002-2003). “Grounds for Debate? The Place of the Caribbean Provisions Trade in Philadelphia’s Prerevolutionary Economy,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 128 (2)(2004): 149-177.

Crosby, David (2011-2012). “The Surgeon and the Abolitionist: William Chancellor and Anthony Benezet,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 137 (2) (2013): 125-145.

D’Alessandro, Michael. (2019.) “Storms! Shipwrecks! Massacres!: Playbill Puffery and Other Visual Collisions in Nineteenth-Century  America.” American Art 33.3: 94-113.

Damiano, Sara T. “Agents at Home: Wives, Lawyers, and Financial Competence in Eighteenth Century New England Port Cities,” Early American Studies 13 (2015): 808-835.

Damiano, Sara (2015-2016). “Writing Women’s History Through the  Revolution:  Family Finances, Letter Writing and Conceptions of Marriage,” William & Mary Quarterly 74 (4) (2017): 697-728.

Dauer, Julia (2015-2016). “Creationism, Mastodons, and Natural History in Kentucky,” Edge Effects (2017).

Dauer, Julia (2015-2016). “Introduction to The History of a French Louse,” 17 (3) (Spring 2017).

Davies, Hywel (1987). “The American Revolution and the Baptist Atlantic,” Baptist Quarterly 36 (1995): 132-49.

Davies, John (2007-2008). ‘‘Saint-Dominguan Refugees of African Descent and the Forging of Ethnic Identity in Early National Philadelphia,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 134 (2) (2010): 109-126.

DeLancey, Dayle B. (2004-2005). “Vaccinating Freedom: Smallpox Prevention and the Discourses of African American Citizenship in Antebellum Philadelphia,” Journal of African American History 95 (3-4) (2010): 296-321.

DeLombard, Jeannine (1999-2000). “‘Eye-Witness to the Cruelty’: Southern Violence and Northern Testimony in Frederick Douglass’s 1845 Narrative,” American Literature 73 (2001): 245-75.

DeLombard, Jeannine (1999-2000). “Representing the Slave: White Advocacy and Black Testimony in Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Dred,” New England Quarterly 75 (2002): 80-106

Dierks, Konstantin (2005-2006). “Letter Writing, Stationary Supplies, and Consumer Modernity in the Eighteenth Century Atlantic World,” Early American Literature, 41:3 (2006): 473-494.

Dinius, M.J., & Hazard, S. (2018). Introduction: Keywords in Early American Literature and Material Texts. Early American Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 16(4), 579-583.

Doan, Natalia (2017-2018). “The 1860 Japanese Embassy and the Antebellum African American Press,” The Historical Journal (2019): 1-24.

Dorsey, Bruce (1988). “Friends Becoming Enemies: Philadelphia Benevolence and the Neglected Era of American Quaker History,” Journal of the Early Republic 18 (1998): 395-428.

Dressler, Nicole (2019.) “Enemies to Mankind”: Convict Servitude, Authority, and Humanitarianism in the British Atlantic World. Early American Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal 17, no. 3: 343-376.

Du, Dan (2016-2017). “Green Gold and Paper Gold: Seeking Independence Through the Chinese-American Tea Trade, 1784-1815,” Early American Studies 16 (1) (2018): 151-191.

Dun, James Alexander (2003- 2004). “‘What avenues of commerce, will you, Americans, not explore!’: Commercial Philadelphia’s Vantage onto the Early Haitian Revolution,” William & Mary Quarterly 62 (3) 2005: 472-504.

Dunne, Robert (1991). “A Plea for a Protestant American Dream: Lyman Beecher’s A Plea for the West,” Old Northwest 16 (1992): 189-97.

Eagan, Catherine M. (1997-98). “‘White,’ If ‘Not Quite’: Irish Whiteness in the Nineteenth-Century Irish-American Novel,” Eire-Ireland 36 (2001): 66-81.

Engel, Katherine Carté, (2010-2011). “Connecting Protestants in Britain’s Eighteenth-Century Atlantic Empire,” William & Mary Quarterly 75 (1) (2018): 37-70.

Engel, Katherine Carté (2000-2001). “The Strangers’ Store: Moral Capitalism in Moravian Bethlehem, 1753-1775,” Early American Studies 1(1) (2003): 90-126.

Erben, Patrick M. (2001-2002). “‘Honey-Combs’ and ‘Paper-Hives’: Positioning Francis Daniel Pastorius’s Manuscript Writings in Early Pennsylvania,” Early American Literature 37 (2002): 157-94.

Erickson, Paul J. (1998-99). “Judging Books by Their Covers: Format, the Implied Reader, and the ‘Degeneration’ of the Dime Novel,” ATQ 12 (1998): 247-63.

Erickson, Paul J. (1998-99). “New Books, New Men: City-Mysteries Fiction, Authorship, and the Literary Market,” Early American Studies 1(1) (2003): 273-312.

Estes, Todd (1991). “The Art of Presidential Leadership: George Washington and the Jay Treaty,” Virginia Magazine of History and Biography 109 (2001): 127-58.

Estes, Todd (1991). “John Jay, the Concept of Deference, and the Transformation of Early American Political Culture,” Historian 65 (2002): 293-317.

Estes, Todd (1991). “‘The Most Bewitching Piece of Parliamentary Oratory’: Fisher Ames’ Jay Treaty Speech Reconsidered,” Historical Journal of Massachusetts 28 (2000): 1-22.

Estes, Todd (1991). “Shaping the Politics of Public Opinion: Federalists and the Jay Treaty Debate,” Journal of the Early Republic 20 (2000): 393-422.

Fahs, Alice (1998-99). “The Sentimental Soldier in Popular Civil War Literature, 1861-65,” Civil War History 46 (2000): 107-31.

Farber, Hannah (2011-12; 2012-13). “Sailing on Paper: The Embellished Bill of Lading in the Material Atlantic, 1720-1864,” Early American Studies 17 (1) (2019): 37-83.

Fatherly, Sarah E. (1995-96). “‘The Sweet Recourse of Reason’: Elite Women’s Education in Colonial Philadelphia,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 128 (3)(2004): 229-256.

Faulkner, Carol (2006-2007). “The Root of Evil: Free Produce and Radical Antislavery, 1820-1860,” Journal of the Early Republic 27 (3) (2007): 377-405.

Fenton, William (2016-2017). “The Digital Paxton,” Common-Place 17 (2017) [online journal].

Fenton, William (2016-2017). “The Paxton Pamphlet War as Viral Media Event,” American Quarterly 70 (3) (2018): 593-596.

Finger, Simon (2006-2007). “‘A Flag of Defyance at the Masthead’: The Delaware River Pilots and the Sinews of Philadelphia’s Atlantic World in the Eighteenth Century,” Early American Studies 8 (2) (2010): 386-409.

Finger, Simon (2006-2007). “An Indissoluble Union: How the American War for Independence Transformed Philadelphia’s Medical Community and Created a Public Health Establishment,” Pennsylvania History 77 (1) (2010): 37-72.

Finseth, Ian (2000-2001). “David Walker, Nature’s Nation, and Early African-American Separatism,” Mississippi Quarterly 54 (2001): 337-62.

Fish, Cheryl (1993-94). “Voices of Restless (Dis)continuity: The Significance of Travel for Free Black Women in the Antebellum Americas,” Women’s Studies 26 (1997): 475-95.

Fogleman, Aaron (1988). “Migrations to the Thirteen British North American Colonies, 1700-1775: New Estimates,” Journal of Interdisciplinary History 22 (1992): 691-709.

Fogleman, Aaron (1988). “Moravian Immigration and Settlement in British North America, 1734-1775,” Transactions of the Moravian Historical Society 29 (1996): 23-58.

Freeberg, Ernest (1994-95). “The Meanings of Blindness in Nineteenth-Century America,” Proceedings of the American Antiquarian Society 110 (1) (2000): 119-152.

Freeberg, Ernest (1994-95). “‘More Important Than a Rabble of Common Kings’: Dr. Howe’s Education of Laura Bridgman,” History of Education Quarterly 34 (1994): 305-27.

Fretwell, Erica (2015-2016). “1833-1932, American Literature’s Other Scripts,” in Timelines of American Literature, Cody Marrs and Christopher Hager, eds. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2019.

Gallo, Marcus (2008-2009). “Improving Independence: The Struggle Over Land Surveys in Northwestern Pennsylvania in 1794,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 142 (2) (2018): 131-161.

Garson, Robert (1999-2000). “Counting Money: The U.S. Dollar and American Nationhood, 1781-1820,” Journal of American Studies 35 (2001): 21-46.

Gaudet, Katherine (2010-2011). “Liberty and Death: Fictions of Suicide in the New Republic,” Early American Literature 47 (3): 591-622.

Gerbner, Katherine (2010-2011). “Antislavery in Print: The Germantown Protest, the ‘Exhortation,’ and the Seventeenth-Century Quaker Debate on Slavery,” Early American Studies 9 (3) (2011): 552-575.

Gibbs, Jenna (2006-2007). “Slavery, Liberty, and Revolution in John Leacock’s Pro-Patriot Tragicomedy, The Fall of British Tyranny; or, American Liberty Triumphant (1776),” Journal for Eighteenth-Century Studies 31 (2) (2008): 241-258.

Gigantino, James (2011-2012). “‘The Whole North is Not Abolitionized’: Slavery’s Slow Death in New Jersey, 1830-1860,” Journal of the Early Republic 34 (3) (2014): 411-37.

Girard, Philippe R. (2008-2009). “Trading Races Joseph and Marie Bunel, a Diplomat and a Merchant
in Revolutionary Saint-Domingue and Philadelphia,” Journal of the Early Republic 30 (3) (2010): 351-376.

Gordon, Sarah A. (2002-2003). “Prestige, Professionalism, and the Paradox of Eadweard Muybridge’s Animal Locomotion Nudes,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 130 (1) (2006): 79-104.

Gonzalez, Aston (2011-2012). “The Art of Racial Politics: The Work of Robert Douglass Jr.,
1833-46,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 138 (1) (2014): 5-37.

Greenberg, Joshua (2001-2002). “‘Powerful–Very Powerful Is the Parental Feeling’: Fatherhood, Domestic Politics, and the New York City Working Men’s Party,” Early American Studies 2 (1)(2004): 192-227.

Guterl, Matthew Pratt (2001-2002). “After Slavery: Asian Labor, The American South, and the Age of Emancipation,” Journal of World History 14 (2)(2003): 209-241.

Haberman, Robb K. (2002-2003). “Provincial Nationalism: Civic Rivalry in Postrevolutionary American Magazines,” Early American Studies 10 (1) (2012):162-193.

Hadden, Sally E. (2005-2006). “Desaussure and Ford: a Charleston law firm of the 1790s,” in Transformations in American legal history : essays in honor of professor Morton J. Horwitz, Daniel W. Hamilton and Alfred W. Brophy, eds. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 2010.

Harrison, Candice (2006-2007). “‘Free Trade and Hucksters’ Rights!’ Envisioning Economic Democracy in the Early Republic,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 137 (2) (2013): 147-177.

Hashikawa, Kenryu (2001-2002). “Cordwood, Steamboats, and the Men In Between: A Portrait of Early Rural Entrepreneurship in Central New Jersey, 1813-1816,” New Jersey History 120 (2002): 3-31.

Heil, Jennifer (2011-2012). “Imperial Pedagogy: Susanna Rowson’s Columbus for Young Ladies,” Early American Literature 47 (3): 623-648.

Henderson, Amy H. (2003-2004). “A Family Affair: The Design and Decoration of 321 South Fourth Street, Philadelphia.” In Gender, Taste, and Material Culture in Britain and North America, 1700-1830, eds. John Styles and Amanda Vickery, 267-291. New Haven, CT: Yale Center for British Art, 2006.

Henle, Alea (2009-2010; 2011-2012). “The Widow’s Mite: Hannah Mather Crocker and the Mather Libraries,” Information & Culture 48 (3) (2013): 323-343.

Herndon, Ruth Wallis (1997-98), co-author. “Markets for Children in Early America: A Political Economy of Pauper Apprenticeship,” Journal of Economic History 62 (2002): 356-82.

Hodes, Martha (1998-99). “The Mercurial Nature and Abiding Power of Race: A Transnational Family Story,” American Historical Review 108 (1) (2003): 84-118.

Huang, Nian-Sheng (1988). “The Literary Legacy of William Temple Franklin: Controversies over the Publication of Franklin’s Autobiography,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 116 (1992): 213-24.

Hücho, Christine (1997-98). “Female Writers, Women’s Networks, and the Preservation of Culture: The Schwenkfelder Women of Eighteenth-Century Pennsylvania,” Pennsylvania History 68 (2001): 101-30.

Humphrey, Thomas J. (2001-2002). “Conflicting Independence: Land Tenancy and the American Revolution,” Journal of the Early Republic 28 (2) 2008: 159-182.

Hunter, Brooke (2000-2001). “‘The Prospect of Independent Americans’: The Grain Trade and Economic Development during the 1780s,” Explorations in Early American Culture 5 (2001): 260-87.

Hunter, Brooke (2000-2001). “Wheat, War, and the American Economy during the Age of Revolution,” William & Mary Quarterly 62 (3) 2005: 505-526.

Igoe, Laura T. (2015-2016). “‘Processes of Nature and Art’: The Ecology of Charles Willson Peale’s Smoke-Eaters and Stoves,” in A Greene Country Towne: Philadelphia Ecology in the Cultural Imagination, Alan C. Braddock and Laura Turner Igoe, eds. University Park: Pennsylvania State University Press, 2016.

Irvin, Benjamin H. (2001-2002). “The Streets of Philadelphia: Crowds, Congress, and the Political Culture of Revolution, 1774-1783,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 129 (1) (2005): 7-44.

Isenberg, Nancy (1987). “Pillars in the Same Temple and Priests of the Same Worship”: Woman’s Rights and the Politics of Church and State in Antebellum America,” Journal of American History 85 (1) (1998): 98-128.

Isenberg, Nancy (1987). “‘To Stand Out in Heresy’: Lucretia Mott, Liberty, and the Hysterical Woman,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 127 (1)(2003): 7-34.

Jackson, Maurice (1994-95). “The Social and Intellectual Origins of Anthony Benezet’s Antislavery Radicalism,” Pennsylvania History 66 Supplement (1999): 86-112.

Jaros, Peter (2013-2014). “A Double Life: Personifying the Corporation from Dartmouth College to Poe,” Poe Studies 47 (2014): 4-35.

Jaros, Peter (2013-2014). “The Faculties of Law: Robert Montgomery Bird’s Sheppard Lee as Legal Fiction,” J19: The Journal of Nineteenth-Century Americanists 3 (2) (2015):307-35.

Johnson, Ronald (2009-2010). “A Revolutionary Dinner: U.S. Diplomacy toward Saint Domingue, 1798–1801,” Early American Studies 9 (1) (2011):114-141.

Johnson, Sara E. (2004-2005). “‘You Should Give Them Black to Eat:’ Waging Inter-American Wars of Torture and Terror,” American Quarterly 61 (1) (2009): 65-92.

Johnson, Sherry (2003-2004). “El Nino, Environmental Crisis, and the Emergence of Alternative Markets in the Hispanic Caribbean, 1760-1770s,” William & Mary Quarterly 62 (3) 2005: 365-410.

Kaja, Jeffrey (2007-2008). “‘Sometimes Bad People Take the Liberty of Stragling into Your Country’: The Struggle to Control Mobility During Pontiac’s War,” Early American Studies 14 (2) (2016): 225-257.

Kennedy, Dustin (2010-2011). “Revising the Public Sphere: George Lippard, Class, and U.S. Nationalism,” ESQ 59 (4) (2013): 585-617.

Keralis, Spencer (2008-2009). “Pictures of Charlotte: The Illustrated Charlotte Temple and Her Readers,” Book History (13) (2010): 25-57.

Kierner, Cynthia A. (1992-93). “Hospitality, Sociability, and Gender in the Southern Colonies,” Journal of Southern History 62 (1996): 449-80.

Kilbride, Daniel (1994-95). “The Cosmopolitan South: Privileged Southerners, Philadelphia, and the Fashionable Tour in the Antebellum Era,” Journal of Urban History 26 (2000): 563-90.

Kilbride, Daniel (1994-95). “Cultivation, Conservatism, and the Early National Gentry: The Manigault Family and Their Circle,” Journal of the Early Republic 19 (1999): 221-56.

Kilbride, Daniel (1994-95). “Southern Medical Students in Philadelphia, 1800-1861: Science and Sociability in the ‘Republic of Medicine,'” Journal of Southern History 65 (1999): 697-732.

Kimmel, Shawn (2001-2002). “Sentimental Police: Struggles for ‘Sound Policy and Economy’ Amidst the Torpor of Philanthropy in Mathew Carey’s Philadelphia,” Early American Studies 3 (1) (2005): 164-226.

Knott, Sarah (1999-2000). “Sensibility and the American War for Independence,” American Historical Review 109 (1) (2004): 19-40.

Koot, Christian (2003-2004). “A ‘Dangerous Principle’: Free Trade Discourses in Barbados and the English Leeward Islands, 1650-1689,” Early American Studies 5 (1) (2007): 132-163.

Kornweibel, Theodore Jr. (1998-99). “Railroads and Slavery,” Railroad History (189) (2003): 34-59.

Koschnik, Albrecht (2008-2009). “Benjamin Franklin, Associations, and Civil Society,”  A Companion to Benjamin Franklin, ed. David Waldstreicher (Wiley-Blackwell, 2011).

Leavell, Lori (2011-2012). “‘Not Intended Exclusively for the Slave States’ Antebellum Recirculation of David Walker’s Appeal,” Callaloo 38 (3) (2015): 679-695.

Leavell, Lori (2011-2012). “Poe’s Steadfast Servant in the Aftermath of Walker’s Appeal,” Mississippi Quarterly 66 (4) (2013): 539-563.

Linker, Jessica (2012-3, 2014-5). “The Pride of Science: Women and the Politics of Inclusion in 19th-Century Pennsylvania,” The Historical Society of Pennsylvania Legacies 15 (1)(2015): 6-11.

Loughran, Trish (1998-99). “The First American Contrasts: Region and Nation under the Articles of Confederation,” Explorations in Early American Culture 5 (2001): 230-59.

Lukasik, Christopher J. (2000-2001). “The Face of the Public,” Early American Literature 39 (3)(2004): 413-464.

Lurie, Shira (2017-2018). “Liberty Poles and the Fight for Popular Politics in the Early Republic,” Journal of the Early Republic 38 (4) (2018):673-697.

Luskey, Brian P. (2004-2005). “‘What Is My Prospects?’ The Contours of Mercantile Apprenticeship, Ambition, and Advancement in the Early American Economy,” Business History Review 78 (4) (2004): 665-702.

Luskey, Brian P. (2004-2005). “Jumping Counters in White Collars: Manliness, Respectability, and Work in the Antebellum City,” Journal of the Early Republic 26 (2) (2006): 173-219.

Luskey, Brian P. (2014-2015). “Houses Divided: The Cultural Economy of Emancipation in the Civil War North,” Journal of the Early American Republic 36 (4) (2016): 637-657.

Lyons, Clare A. (1992-93). “Mapping an Atlantic Sexual Culture: Homoeroticism in Eighteenth-Century Philadelphia,” William and Mary Quarterly 60 (1)(2003): 119-154.

Lyons, Clare A. (1992-93). “Single in Quaker City,” Reviews in American History 29 (1)(2001): 15-22.

McAleer, Margaret H. (1994-95). “In Defense of Civil Society: Irish Radicals in Philadelphia During the 1790s,” Early American Studies 1 (1)(2003): 176-197.

McCurdy, John (2001-2002). “Taxation and Representation: Pennsylvania Bachelors and the American Revolution,” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 129 (3) (2005): 283-315.

McElrath, Joseph R., Jr. (1994-95). “Why Charles W. Chesnutt Is Not a Realist,” American Literary Realism 32 (2000): 91-108.

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