Introduction / Daniel Maudlin -- Transatlanticism, Past, Present and Future: A Brief Overview / Paul Giles -- Pt. 1. Books and ideas -- Bloodlines and Abortions: Heredity and Childhood in Hawthorne / Maeve Pearson / Transatlantic Mobility: European Pleasure Meets American Ambivalence in Henry James's The Europeans / AnaMaria Seglie -- Double Crossings: Black Yankees, Pauline Hopkins and the Atlantic World / Laura Doyle -- Bound for Boston: the significance of New England as the point of entry for visitors from Britain / Adam Hallett -- That Eternal Ghost of Trade: Anglo-American Market Culture and the Antebellum Stage Yankee / Matthew Pethers -- Pt. 2. Goods and things -- Over a Century of Shipwrecks: American Child Readers and Robinson Crusoe / Karen Sánchez-Eppler -- Chairs, Cradles, Cupboards and Dykes: the "Scottishness" in the furniture of New England / David Jones -- Visualising Thanksgiving and other colonial entanglements in New England / Stephanie Pratt -- The Most Marvellous of Foreign Countries: Americans and the construction of the English Idea of Home, 1870-1910 / Tanis Hinchcliffe -- Domestic Slavery and the Pursuit of Freedom in Old and New England / Gretchen Gerzina.
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