Covers, Titles, and Tables: The Formations of American Literary Canons

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	233 	Jean-Jacques Rousseau, from Discourse upon the Origin and Foundation of the
		Inequality Among Mankind
	233	Benjamin Franklin, from A Narrative of the Late Massacres in Lancaster County
	233	Pierre Marie Fran¨ois de Pagesy, from Travels Round the World in the Years
		1767-1771

	233 	SENECA AND CHEROKEE ORAL HISTORY
	236 		The Unseen Helpers
	238 		Hemp-carrier

	239 	SAMSON OCCOM (1723-1792)
	240 		from A Sermon, Preached at the Execution of Moses Paul, an Indian

248 	PHILLIS WHEATLEY (cs. 1754-1784)
	249 	On the Death of the Rev. Mr. George Whitefieldd, 1770
	251 	On Being Brought from Africa to America
	251 	To S. M. a Young African Painter, on Seeing His Works
	252 	To His Excellency General Washington

	254 RELATED VOICES
		THOMAS JEFFERSON
			Notes on the State of Virginia, 1787 [On Phillis Wheatly]


257 The Literature of the New Republica 1776-1836
		Introduction
	258 	The Literature of Persuasion
	259 	Making Thirteen Clocks Tick Together
	260 	Cultivating New Meanings
	261 	The Quest for Literary Independence
	262 	Westward the Course of Empire
	263 	Printing and the Reading Public
	265 	Frontiers of Literature
	267 	The Prospects of an American Literature
	268 	The Makings of American Literature
	271 	European Models and the American Landscape

273 	THOMAS JEFFERSON (1743-1826)
	275 	The Declaration of Independence as Adopted by Congress

		Notes on the State of Virginia
	277		from Query V: Cascades
				[Natural Bridge]
	278		from Query VI: Productions Mineral, Vegetable, and Animal
				[Rebuttal to Count Buffon]

1829-2004

Dr. Kenneth Roemer
University of Texas at Arlington

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