|Other author/creator||Hoffman, Ronald, 1941-|
|Other author/creator||Sobel, Mechal.|
|Other author/creator||Teute, Fredrika J.|
|Other author/creator||Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture.|
||Histories of self / Greg Dening -- "Cast of his countenance": reading Andrew Montour / James H. Merrell -- Communal definitions of gendered identity in seventeenth-century English America / Mary Beth Norton -- Making history: the force of public opinion and the last years of slavery in Revolutionary Massachusetts / T.H. Breen -- "Unhappy Stephen Arnold": an episode of murder and penitence in the early Republic / Alan Taylor -- Suicide of a notary: language, personal identity, and conquest in Colonial New York / Donna Merwick -- Texts of self / Greg Dening -- Revolution in selves: black and white inner aliens / Mechal Sobel -- Stories and constructions of identity: folk tellings and diary inscriptions in Revolutionary Virginia / Rhys Isaac -- Hannah Barnard's cupboard: female property and identity in eighteenth-century New England / Dr Laurel Thatcher Ulrich -- Colonial self-fashioning: paradoxes and pathologies in the construction of genteel identity in eighteenth-century America / Kenneth A. Lockridge -- Self shaped and misshaped: The Protestant temperament reconsidered / Philip Greven -- "I have suffered much today": the defining force of pain in Early America / Elaine Forman Crane -- "Although I am dead, I am not entirely dead. I have left a second of myself": constructing self and persons on the middle ground of Early America / Richard White -- Inner diaspora: black sailors making selves / W. Jeffrey Bolster.
|Bibliography note||Includes bibliographical references and index.|
|ISBN||0807823368 (cloth : alk. paper)|
|ISBN||0807846457 (pbk. : alk. paper)|