European empires in the American South : colonial and environmental encounters /
University Press of Mississippi,
|Series:||Chancellor Porter L. Fortune Symposium in Southern History series.
Table of Contents:
- Colonial industry and the language of empire: silkworks in the Virginia Colony, 1607-1655 / Allison Margaret Bigelow
- "The confines and boundaries of the land": the struggle for Fort King George and the southern frontiers, 1721-1725 / Alejandra Dubcovsky
- Negotiating slavery and empire: Yamasee Indians in the early Southeast / Denise I. Bossy
- The seller king: revisiting control and authority in French Louisiana / Alexandre Dubé
- "A well grounded Christian commonwealth": Nicholas Trott of South Carolina and Britain's Atlantic empire / Travis Glasson
- The empire, the emperor, and the empress: the interesting case of Mrs. Mary Bosomworth / Joshua Piker
- The American South in the French empire: ses étés longs et chauds / Christopher Morris
- Incidental imperialist: John Bartram's Florida travels, 1765-1766 / Robert Olwell
- Urbanity and the endurance of global empire: Charleston and Calcutta before and after the American Revolution / Jonathan Eacott.