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From the Publisher"Provides disciplined historical coverage. . . . Should stand as a model of . . . historical representation."
— Eighteenth-Century Studies
"A compelling look at life in the fractured and often fractious world of frontier Pennsylvania. . . . [An] extensive and impressive discussion of the rise of nationalism and the pull of empire."
— Journal of Colonialism and Colonial History
"Rarely has the personal quality of relations among the peoples of colonial America been analyzed with such sophistication or described with such immediacy and intimacy.
(Gregory Evans Dowd, University of Michigan)"