Riot and Revelry in Early America
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Description: In this introduction to the range of protest and celebration in America from the Revolution to the Civil War, leading historians demonstrate that early America was an integral part of a broader transatlantic tradition of popular celebration.
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Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Pennsylvania State University Press
Publication date: 2/4/2002
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
|Introduction: A Historical Perspective|
|Introduction: A Folklore Perspective|
|Riot and Rough Music|
|Skimmington in the Middle and New England Colonies|
|The Rise of Rough Music: Reflections on an Ancient New Custom in Eighteenth-Century New Jersey|
|Crowd and Court: Rough Music and Popular Justice in Colonial New York|
|Play as Prelude to Revolution: Boston, 1765-1776|
|Rough Music on Independence Day: Philadelphia, 1778|
|White Indians in Penn's City: The Loyal Sons of St. Tammany|
|The Eighteenth-Century Discovery of Columbus: The Columbian Tercentenary (1792) and the Creation of American National Identity|
|American Women and the French Revolution: Gender and Partisan Festive Culture in the Early Republic|
|African American Festive Style and the Creation of American Culture|
|The Paradox of "Nationalist" Festivals: The Case of Palmetto Day in Antebellum Charleston|
|Contributors and Acknowledgments|