- Title Pages
- Minstrelization and Nationhood
- Meditating on Slavery in the Age of Revolution
- “Murder, Robbery, Rape, Adultery, and Incest”
- Conceptual Traffic
- The Radicalism of the First Seminole War and Its Consequences
- For the Love of Glory
- Military Service and Racial Subjectivity in the War Narratives of James Roberts and Isaac Hubbell
- Naval Biography, the War of 1812, and the Contestation of American National Identity
- The Self-Abstracting Letters of War
- “Can You Be Surprised at My Discouragement?”
- Widening The Scope on the Indians’ Old Northwest
- Domestic Fronts in the Era of 1812
- “Borders Thick and Foggy”
- “Hindoo Marriage” and National Sovereignty in the Early-Nineteenth-Century United States
- Conference Program
- (p.1) Introduction
- Warring for America
- University of North Carolina Press
The introduction outlines the deeply ambivalent attitudes of Americans as they engaged in a crucial contest over the definition and direction of the country—its language, politics, social structures, citizenry, and boundaries of national authority—thirty years after the American Revolution.
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