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@MT:Contents @TEXT:List of Illustrations and Tables 00 Acknowledgments 00 Introduction 00 Prologue The Huguenots and the American Southeast before 1660 00 From Charlesfort to Charleston: The Elusive Filiation 00 1 East of Eden: New Babylon 00 The Huguenots in Late Seventeenth-Century France 00 The Crown and the Edict of Nantes: Strict Construction and Peaceful Conversions (1661 1679) 00 Intense Persecution and the Revocation of the Edict of Nantes (1680 1685) 00 2 The Carolina Proprietors and the Recruitment of Huguenots: Mercantilism and the Protestant Cause 00 Restoration Imperialism and the Foundation of Carolina 00 Mercantilism, Populationism, and Popery: The English Context of the Huguenot Migration to Carolina 00 Shaftesbury, Locke, and the Huguenot-Whig Connection 00 The Recruiting Campaign of the 1680s 00 Carolina Fever, or the Impact of Promotion 00 3 From New Babylon to Eden: The Saga of the South Carolina Huguenots 00 To Remain and Endure: The Huguenot Ordeal in Post-Revocation France 00 Le Refuge, or the Flight Out of New Babylon 00 England, or the New Goshen 00 Financial Assistance and Migration to Carolina 00 4 The South Carolina Huguenots: A Migration Profile 00 Passage to Eden: Estimates and Migratory Waves 00 A Geographic and Sociological Profile of the Refugees 00 Kinship and the Carolina Huguenot Migration 00 The 1696 1697 Naturalization List and Carolina Huguenot Demographics 00 The Elusive Eden: Huguenot Returnees and Drifters 00 The Carolina Huguenot Migration in a Comparative Atlantic Context 00 5 The Founding Era: Carolina Huguenot Religious Life before 1700 00 Reflections on a Thorny Issue 00 Huguenot Religious Life in Pre-Revocation France 00 Foundation and Early History of the Lowcountry Huguenot Churches 00 The Genesis of the Charleston Huguenot Church 00 The Origins of the Rural Churches: Santee, Orange Quarter, Goose Creek, and Wantoot 00 The Founding Fathers: The First Carolina Huguenot Pastors 00 6 Protestant Majority: The Carolina Huguenots and the Church of England 00 The Church of England in America at the Turn of the Eighteenth Century: A Minority Church on the Offensive 00 Big Bang in Eden: The Carolina Church Acts of 1704 and 1706 and Huguenot Support 00 The Church Act of 1706 and Its Huguenot Clauses 00 Huguenot Conformity to the Church of England: The Transitional Phase (1706 1730s) 00 The Hidden Side of Conformity: Huguenot Practical Adaptation of Anglican Practices in Santee 00 From Passive to Active Resistance: The Case of St. Denis 00 Secession in the Lowcountry: St. Denis Goes Calvinistic 00 A Prophet, a Virgin, and a Hog: The Dutartre Insurrection 00 The Charleston Church: Nonconformity and the Mirage of Congregational Independence 00 The Scattered Few: The Huguenots and the Dissenting Churches 00 The Huguenots and the Church of England: Another Case of French Paradox? 00 7 Naturalization and Representation: The Huguenots and Early Carolina Politics 00 Denization and Naturalization: Degrees and Forms of Citizenship in the Anglo-American World 00 The Proprietors v. the Assembly: The Prerogative of Naturalization in South Carolina 00 The Fundamental Constitutions and Proprietary Naturalization 00 The Rise of the Carolina Assembly and Legislative Naturalization 00 The 1690 Coup and the First Naturalization Law 00 Carolina Francophobia and the Huguenot Exclusion Crisis 00 Naturalization without Representation: The Give and Take of Politics 00 South Carolina Naturalization Laws 00 Huguenot Electoral Behavior and Political Representation 00 8 Land, Trade, and Slaves: From Rags to Riches in Proprietary South Carolina 00 Carolina Gold: The Insatiable Drive for Land 00 Town and Country: Huguenot Settlement Patterns in the Carolina Lowcountry 00 Adjusting to the Colonial Economy: From Proprietary Pipe Dreams to Lowcountry Reality 00 The Lowcountry Huguenot Merchants and the Atlantic Economy 00 Refugees with Slaves, or the Huguenots and the Curse of Slavery 00 Huguenot Economic Success in South Carolina: Mirage or Miracle? 00 Epilogue: Beyond the Myth: The Legacy of the South Carolina Huguenots 00 Appendix 00 Notes 00 Bibliography 00 Index 00
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Huguenots -- South Carolina -- History.
Huguenots -- Migrations -- History.
South Carolina -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
South Carolina -- Ethnic relations.
South Carolina -- Religious life and customs.