Perspectives on Early America
Series Editors: Craig Thompson Friend and Stacey M Robertson
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This series offers fresh interpretations of the people, events and influences that shaped America during the Colonial, Revolutionary and Early National periods. This era has been reappraised in recent academic thinking, providing new ideas and a shifting perspective on dynamic world events. Titles in the series focus on aspects of the social, cultural, political and imperial history of the Americas and the Atlantic world.
Craig Thompson Friend is the CHASS Distinguished Graduate Professor and Director of Public History at North Carolina State University. He has authored two books: Along the Maysville Road (2005) and Kentucke’s Frontiers (2010; winner of the 2011 Kentucky Governor’s Award). He has also edited or co-edited five collections: The Buzzel About Kentuck (1999), Southern Manhood (2004), Southern Masculinity (2009), Family Values in the Old South (2010) and Death and the American South (2014).
Stacey M Robertson is the Dean of the College of Arts and Humanities at Central Washington University. She is the author of four books: Parker Pillsbury: Radical Abolitionist, Male Feminist (2000), Hearts Beating for Liberty: Women Abolitionists in the Old Northwest (2010), Antebellum Women: Private, Public, Partisan, co-authored with Carol Lasser (2010) and Betsy Mix Cowles: Champion of Equality (2014). She is also the co-director of the non-profit organization Historians Against Slavery.
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