A Series of Fortunate Events: Navigating the Eighteenth-Century World with George Galphin

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Bryan Rindfleisch, our new assistant professor of American colonial and Native American history, is currently revising his dissertation, “’Possessed of the most Extensive Trade, Connexions, and Influence’: The Atlantic Intimacies of an Eighteenth-Century Indian Trader,” which he finished last year at the University of Oklahoma. He recently posted a piece about his research on Rindfleisch_000a blog written by young historians of early America called “The Junta.” The site features essays, discussion threads, podcasts, and other forms of scholarly debate on a wide variety of historical and historiographical issues. Read Bryan’s blog post—as well as recent pieces on women’s history, Canada, the American Revolution, digital history, and myriad other topics—at http://earlyamericanists.com/2015/09/04/george_galphin/.

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