Table of contents for Revolutionary founders : rebels, radicals, and reformers in the making of the nation / edited by Alfred F. Young, Gary B. Nash, and Ray Raphael.


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List of Illustrations
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Introduction
Alfred F. Young, Ray Raphael, and Gary B. Nash: "To Begin the World Over Again"

Part I: Revolutions
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One
Alfred F. Young: Ebenezer Mackintosh: Boston's Captain General of the Liberty Tree
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Two
Ray Raphael: Blacksmith Timothy Bigelow and the Massachusetts Revolution of 1774
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Three
T. H. Breen: Samuel Thompson's War: The Career of an American Insurgent
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Four
Gary B. Nash: Philadelphia's Radical Caucus That Propelled Pennsylvania to Independence and Democracy
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Five
Jill Lepore: A World of Paine
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Six
David Waldstreicher: Phillis Wheatley: The Poet Who Challenged the American Revolutionaries
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Part II: _Wars
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Seven
Philip Mead: "Adventures, Dangers and Sufferings": The Betrayals of Private Joseph Plumb Martin, Continental Soldier
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Eight
Michael A. McDonnell: "The Spirit of Levelling": James Cleveland, Edward Wright, and the Militiamen's Struggle for Equality in Revolutionary Virginia
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Nine
Cassandra Pybus: Mary Perth, Harry Washington, and Moses Wilkinson: Black Methodists Who Escaped from Slavery and Founded a Nation
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Ten
Jon Butler: James Ireland, John Leland, John "Swearing Jack" Waller, and the Baptist Campaign for Religious Freedom in Revolutionary Virginia
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Eleven
Colin G. Calloway: Declaring Independence and Rebuilding a Nation: Dragging Canoe and the Chickamauga Revolution
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Twelve
James Kirby Martin: Forgotten Heroes of the Revolution: Han Yerry and Tyona Doxtader of the Oneida Indian Nation
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Part III: The Promise of the Revolution
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Thirteen
Gregory Nobles: "Satan, Smith, Shattuck, and Shays": The People's Leaders in the Massachusetts Regulation of 1786
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Fourteen
Terry Bouton: William Findley, David Bradford, and the Pennsylvania Regulation of 1794
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Fifteen
Wythe Holt: The New Jerusalem: Herman Husband's Egalitarian Alternative to the United States Constitution
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Sixteen
Woody Holton: The Battle Against Patriarchy That Abigail Adams Won
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Seventeen
Sheila Skemp: America's Mary Wollstonecraft: Judith Sargent Murray's Case for the Equal Rights of Women
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Eighteen
Richard S. Newman: Prince Hall, Richard Allen, and Daniel Coker: Revolutionary Black Founders, Revolutionary Black Communities
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Nineteen
Melvin Patrick Ely: Richard and Judith Randolph, St. George Tucker, George Wythe, Syphax Brown, and Hercules White: Racial Equality and the Snares of Prejudice
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Twenty
Seth Cotlar: "Every Man Should Have Property": Robert Coram and the American Revolution's Legacy of Economic Populism
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Twenty-one
Jeffrey L. Pasley: Thomas Greenleaf: Printers and the Struggle for Democratic Politics and Freedom of the Press
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Twenty-two
Alan Taylor: The Plough-Jogger: Jedediah Peck and the Democratic Revolution
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Afterword
Eric Foner
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Acknowledgments
Notes
List of Contributors
Index



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.
Revolutionaries -- United States -- History -- 18th century.
United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Social aspects.
United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Biography.
United States -- Intellectual life -- 18th century.