Spaces of Power in Early Modern British America
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." . . scholarly and stimulating . . . In the course of developing his geographic interpretation of what befell early modern British America, Hornsby leaves few aspects untouched and has an eye for telling detail."-- "International Journal of Maritime History" "An engagingly written, interesting, and especially well-illustrate overview of British Atlantic America. It has much to offer to those readers who are seeking a balanced and thoughtful synthetic examination of the early development of British Canada and the United States."-- "Itinerario" "This book should nonetheless become indispensable reading for historians of early America."-- "The Journal of American History" [T]his book is remarkable for its presentation of a coherent and compelling geographical interpretation of early America, and for the ways in which it challenges readers to rethink and refine their assumptions about, and approaches to, the past. With British Atlantic, American Frontier, Stephen Hornsby takes his place in the front rank of historical geographers of his generation.-- "The Canadian Geographer"
Stephen J. Hornsby is Director of the Canadian-American Center and Associate Professor of Geography and Canadian Studies, University of Maine. He is author of Nineteenth-Century Cape Breton: A Historical Geography (1992).