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Envisioning an English empire :Jamestown and the making of the North Atlantic world /edited by Robert Appelbaum and John Wood Sweet.

Collection Type
Books
Originator
Appelbaum, Robert, 1952-
Sweet, John Wood, 1966-
Publication
Philadelphia ; University of Pennsylvania Press
Publisher Series
Early American studies
Early American studies.
Contents
Introduction : Sea changes / John Wood Sweet -- The conquest of Eden : possession and dominion in early Virginia / James Horn -- Powhatans abroad : Virginia Indians in England / Alden T. Vaughan -- John Smith maps Virginia : knowledge, rhetoric, and politics / Lisa Blansett -- The politics of pathos : Richard Frethorne's letters home / Emily Rose -- The specter of Spain in John Smith's colonial writing / Eric Griffin -- The white Othello : Turkey and Virginia in John Smith's True travels / Pompa Banerjee -- England, Morocco, and global geopolitical upheaval / Susan Iwanisziw -- Irish colonies and the Americas / Andrew Hadfield -- Hunger in early Virginia : Indians and English facing off over excess, want, and need / Robert Appelbaum -- Between "plain wilderness" and "goodly corn fields" : representing land use in early Virginia / Jess Edwards -- Settling with slavery : human bondage in the early Anglo-Atlantic world / Michael J. Guasco -- "We all smoke here" : Behn's The widdow ranter and the invention of American identity / Peter C. Herman -- Conclusion : Jamestown and its North Atlantic world / Constance Jordan.
Date
c2005.
Description
xv, 368 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.
Notes
Complimentary copy, 2005.
Includes bibliographical references (p. [325]-356) and index.
ISBN
0812219031 (pbk. : alk. paper)
0812238532 (alk. paper)
9780812219036 (pbk. : alk. paper)
9780812238532 (alk. paper)
GUSN
245466
Call Number
Stacks F234.J3 E58 2005
Other People and Orgs
Smith, John, 1580-1631.
Descriptive terms
Acculturatie.
Colonies History 17th century.
Cultuurcontact.
History.
Indianen.
Kolonialisme.
Kolonie
Kolonisten.
Places
Great Britain
GroÇbritannien
Jamestown (Va.)

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