Issue Title Column Author

Vol. 04 No. 3

Civil Unions in the City on a Hill: The real legacy of “Boston Judges”

Talk of the Past

Mark A. Peterson

Vol. 04 No. 3

Would John Adams have called John Winthrop a “Founding Father?”

Ask the Author

Francis J. Bremer

Vol. 04 No. 3

Winterthur XXX: Searching for early American erotica

Tales from the Vault

Karen A. Sherry

Vol. 04 No. 3

Traveling with Twain in an Age of Simulations: Rereading and reliving The Innocents Abroad

Features

Jeffrey N. Wasserstrom

Vol. 04 No. 3

Soldiers’ Tales: “What Did You Do in the War, Great-Great-Great-Great-Grandpa?”

Features

Andie Tucher

Vol. 04 No. 3

This “Miserable African”: Race, crime, and disease in colonial Boston

Features

Mark S. Weiner

Vol. 04 No. 3

Telling Stories Out of School: Primary sources and the Internet

The Common School

Steve Boyd-Smith

Vol. 04 No. 3

Acquisition, Interrupted: Charles Willson Peale’s Stewart Children and the labor of conscience

Object Lessons

David Steinberg

Vol. 04 No. 3

Re-reading William Bradford

Reviews

David D. Hall

Vol. 04 No. 3

Meanings Foul . . . and Fair

Reviews

Brendan McConville