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Colonial Chesapeake

New Perspectives
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ISBN-13:
9780739153185
Einband:
Ebook
Seiten:
300
Autor:
Debra Meyers
eBook Typ:
Adobe Digital Editions
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Colonial Chesapeake: New Perspectives examines the Chesapeake region from historical, sociological, anthropological, archaeological, and literary perspectives. The anthology uses these perspectives to represent the multitude of experiences in the region and in doing so captures the essence of race, class, and ethnic and gender diversity that made up life in early Chesapeake Maryland and Virginia.
In Colonial Chesapeake: New Perspectives leading scholars offer interdisciplinary revisionist essays on the political, cultural and social history of early Maryland and Virginia, calling special attention to the importance of power relations, reproductive politics, and identity politics in the shaping of the area. Using primary documents, which are included with the essays, this collection suggests that the multicultural Chesapeake created significant cultural, intellectual, and social norms that shaped the diverse world of the American people. This anthology uses these perspectives to represent the multitude of experiences in the region, and in doing so captures the essence of race, class, and ethnic and gender diversity that made up life in early Chesapeake Maryland and Virginia. Students and scholars in American history, as well as anthropology, will find this book essential in understanding the political history of the colonial Chesapeake area.

Chapter 1 Introduction
Chapter 2 Memory: Colonial Narrative and Ethnic Identity

Chapter 3 Juan Rogel's letter to Francis Borgia (1572) andEdward Waterhouse's A Declaration of the State of the Colony and . . . a Relation of the Barbarous Massacre (1622)

Chapter 4 The Creation of Ajacan's Martyrs: Employing a New Analytical Technique on Early Colonial Chesapeake Narratives

Chapter 5 We Washed Not the Ground With Their Bloods: Intercultural Violence and Identity in the Early Chesapeake

Chapter 6 Race: Family and Memory of the Enslaved

Chapter 7 Harford County Census — excerpt (1776) and Act for the Encourageing the Importacon of Negroes and Slaues (1671)

Chapter 8 The Black Family in the Chesapeake: New Evidence, New Perspectives

Chapter 9 To Swear Him Free: Ethnic Memory and Social Capital in Eighteenth- Century Chesapeake Freedom Petitions

Chapter 10 Class: Rebel Reformers and Sick Sailors

Chapter 11 Nathaniel Bacon's Declaration of the People, against Sir William Berkeley, and Present Governors of Virginia (1676) and Navy Morbidity Data (1740-1741)

Chapter 12 By Consent of the People: Riot and Regulation in Seventeenth-Century Virginia

Chapter 13 Royal Navy Morbidity in Early Eighteenth-Century Virginia

Chapter 14 Gender: Women's Work, Religion, and Sexuality

Chapter 15 John Hammond's Leah and Rachel, or, The Two Fruitfull sisters, Virginia and Mary-Land (1656), An Act Concearning Servants that haue Bastards (1658),An Act for the Publication of Marriages (1658),An Act for Punishment of Blasphe

Chapter 16 They Will be Adjudged by Their Drinke, What Kind of Housewives They Are: Gender, Technology, and Household Cidering in England and the Chesapeake, 1690 to 1760

Chapter 17 Reconstructing Gender: Early Modern English Politics and Religion in the Chesapeake

Chapter 18 The Fruit of Nine, Sue kindly brought: Colonial Enforcement of Sexual Norms in Eighteenth-Century Maryland

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