The consequences of loyalism : essays in honor of Robert M. Calhoon / edited by Rebecca Brannon and Joseph S. Moore.
- Columbia, South Carolina : The University of South Carolina Press, 
xii, 333 pages ; 24 cm
- Calhoon, Robert M. (Robert McCluer)
American Revolution (1775-1783)
United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.
- "Since the 1970s scholars have regarded Robert M. Calhoon as an invigorating and definitive force when it comes to the study of American Loyalism. His decades-long work redefined the Loyalists' role in the American Revolution from being portrayed as static characters opposing change to being seen eventually as reactionary actors adapting to a society in upheaval. Loyalists were central to the Revolution, and Calhoon and these authors argue that they were not so different in ideology from their Patriot neighbors--except occasionally when they were. In The Consequences of Loyalism, Rebecca Brannon and Joseph S. Moore seek to provide an understanding of Calhoon's foundational influence and the development continuing in the wake of his prolific career"-- Provided by publisher.
- Perceptions. "The Success of Either Lies in the Womb of Time": The Politics of Loyalty in the Revolutionary Chesapeake / Taylor Stoermer ; Reexamining Loyalist Identity during the American Revolution / Christopher F. Minty ; Constructing Female Loyalism(s) in the Delaware Valley: Quaker Women Writers of the American Revolution / Kacy Tillman ; Loyalist Refugee Camp: A Reinterpretation of Occupied New York, 1776-83 / Christopher Sparshott ; Before and After Ramsour's Mill: Cornwallis's Complaints and Historical Memory of Southern Backcountry Loyalists / Carole W. Troxler ; Pragmatism and Principle: Capt. Alexander Chesney and the Revolutionary War in South Carolina / C.L. Bragg ; "New Hope" in Shelburne: Loyalist Dreams in the Journal of British Engineer William Booth, 1780s-90s / Bonnie Huskins ; Exploring the Landscape of Slavery in Loyalist Era Nova Scotia / Catherine M.A. Cottreau-Robins
Moderation. Lawyering for Loyalists in the Post-Revolutionary War Period / Sally E. Hadden ; "That Abundant Infamous Roach": Breed and Ruth Batcheller, Moderate Loyalism, Language, and Domestic Power in Revolutionary New Hampshire / Gregory T. Knouff ; The Nonjuror Problem in Pennsylvania / Brett Palfreyman ; Justice and Moderation? The Reintegration of the American Loyalists as an Episode of Transitional Justice / Aaron Nathan Coleman ; America's Revolutionary Experience with Transitional Justice / Rebecca Brannon ; Plagiarism and the Nationalist Uses of Loyalist History: Alexander Hewatt and David Ramsay / Eileen Ka-May Cheng ; Postwar Loyalist Hopes: To Be "Parts and Not Dependencies of the Empire" / Ruma Chopra
Afterword: Robert McClure Calhoon: The Politics of Moderation and a Passion for Teaching / Warren R. Hofstra.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Calhoon, Robert M. (Robert McCluer), honouree.
Brannon, Rebecca, editor.
Moore, Joseph S. (Joseph Solomon), 1977- editor.
- Other format:
- Online version: Consequences of loyalism.
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