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Global Trade and Visual Arts in Federal New England
Patricia Johnston, ed.; Caroline Frank, ed.

University of New Hampshire Press



Contents

Acknowledgments
• Emerging Imperial Aesthetics in Federal New England—An Introduction—Patricia Johnston and Caroline Frank
• PART I: POLITICAL GEOGRAPHIES
• The Art of Tea, Revolution, and an American East Indies Trade—Caroline Frank
• West from New England: Geographic Information and the Pacific in the Early Republic—David Jaffee
• The Forgotten Connection: The Connecticut River Valley and the China Trade—Amanda E. Lange
• PART II: COMMODITIES
• Salem’s China Trade: “Pretty Presents” and Private Adventures—Jessica Lanier
• “Shipped in Good Order”: Rhode Island’s China Trade Silks—Madelyn Shaw
• The Story of A’fong Moy: Selling Chinese Goods in Nineteenth-Century America—Nancy Davis
• PART III: DOMESTICATING ASIA
• Cultivating Meaning: The Chinese Manner in Early American Gardens—Judy Bullington
• “Lavish Expenditure, Defeated Purpose”: Providence’s China Trade Mansions—Thomas Michie
• Fabrics and Fashion of the India Trade at a Salem Sea Captain’s Wedding—Paula Bradstreet Richter
• PART IV: GLOBAL IMAGINARIES
• Drawing the Global Landscape: Captain Benjamin Crowninshield’s Voyage Logs—Patricia Johnston
• Capturing the Pacific World: Sailor Collections and New England Museums—Mary Malloy
• Beyond Hemp: The Manila-Salem Trade, 1796–1858—
Florina H. Capistrano-Baker
• PART V: GLOBAL PRODUCTIONS
• Osceola’s Calicoes—Elizabeth Hutchinson
• From Salem to Zanzibar: Cotton and the Cultures of Commerce, 1820–1861—
Anna Arabindan-Kesson
• Luxury and the Downfall of Civilization in Thomas Cole’s
Course of Empire—Alan Wallach
• Contributors
• Index

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