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English Atlantics revisited : essays honouring Professor Ian K. Steele

Author: Ian Kenneth Steele; Nancy L Rhoden
Publisher: Montreal : McGill-Queen's University Press, ©2007.
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Examines British Atlantic contexts and political economy, maritime, military, Amerindian, and social history. This book offers various findings and perspectives which revisit the English Atlantics  Read more...

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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
English Atlantics revisited.
Montreal : McGill-Queen's University Press, c2007
(OCoLC)608181583
Named Person: Ian Kenneth Steele
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ian Kenneth Steele; Nancy L Rhoden
ISBN: 9780773532199 0773532196
OCLC Number: 86004324
Description: xxviii, 528 p. : ill. (some col.), maps, ports. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Introduction: revisiting The English Atlantic in the context of Atlantic history / Nancy L. Rhoden --
Changing spaces: reconstructing the political economy of empire / Richard R. Johnson --
Ian K. Steele as military historian / John Shy --
The Talented Mr Blathwayt: his empire revisited / Barbara C. Murison --
Patronage and governance in Francis Nicholson's empire / Randy Dunn --
Policy and patronage: Governor William Gooch and Anglo-Virginia politics, 1727-1749 81 / Stacy L. Lorenz --
William Crashaw's bridge: Bermuda and the origins of the English Atlantic, 1609-1624 / Neil Kennedy --
Forests of masts and seas of trees: the English royal forests and the Restoration Navy / Sara Morrison --
Plying the northernmost Atlantic trading route to the New World: the Hudson's Bay Company and British seaborne empire / Michael Dove --
The Atlantic of the Rival Navies, 1714-1783 / Daniel A. Baugh --
"Onenwahatirighsi Sa Gentho Skaghnughtudigh": reassessing Haudenosaunee relations with the Albany Commissioners of Indian Affairs, 1723-1755 / Jon W. Parmenter --
Atlantic microcosm: the Royal American Regiment, 1755-1772 / Alexander V. Campbell --
In the King's service: provisioning and quartering the British Army in the Old Northwest, 1760-1773 / Michelle A. Hamilton --
Samson Occom: Mohegan leader, Christian shaman, and Christian sachem / David J. Norton --
Overcoming nausea: the Brothers Hesselius and the Great American mystery / Kenneth A. Lockridge --
Patriarchal authority in revolutionary Virginia: connecting familial relations and revolutionary crises / Nancy L. Rhoden --
"We are no less friendly to liberty than they": British antislavery activists respond to the crisis in the American colonies / Margaret M.R. Kellow --
Conclusion: the English Atlantic created a man of Steele who reciprocated by creating it / John M. Murrin.
Responsibility: edited by Nancy L. Rhoden.

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