A black and white drawing depicting King (Metacomet) Philip, a Wampanoag man in a feathered headdress, long-sleeved thigh-length tunic, soft shoes, and cloak with one hand on a document on a table to his right. He is looking at a white man who leans forward with one hand on the table and a quill extended towards Philip. The white man is wearing a long open coat, a cravat, and boots. Behind Philip on the image's right, five other Indians sit on the floor and two stand, one with crossed arms by the door. Around the central white man, two white men sit on chairs in the left foreground and eight others sit and stand in the background in front of a large paned window. Philip is drawn in greatest detail with the most intricate shading, making him stand out. On the bottom right reads "Copyright [illegible] S. N. Wood."

Volume 93.4: December 2020

The New England Quarterly announces the publication of Volume 93.4: December 2020.

—  Volume 93, Issue 4: December 2020  —

Remembering Bernard Bailyn

by Jonathan M. Chu

Thomas Hutchinson’s Enemies List: Unmasking Conspiracy and Wickedness in the Patriot Cause
by John W. Tyler


Forum Reflections on Plimoth Plantation at 400

Plimoth at 400 Editor’s Introduction
by Kenneth P. Minkema

Plymouth Plantation’s Place in the Atlantic World
by Carla Gardina Pestana

Ungrateful Children and Days of Mourning: Two Wampanoag Interpretations of the “First Thanksgiving” and Colonialism through the Centuries
by David J. Silverman

The Yoke of Bondage: Slavery in Plymouth Colony
by John G. Turner

“after Mr. Robinson’s pattern”: Plymouth and the shaping of the New England Way
by Francis J. Bremer

Memoranda and Documents

“this vally of Dry boons”: Elizabeth Peck’s Plea to George Whitefield
by Tucker Adkins

Review Essay

Can Capitalism be Made to Work for All?
by Michael R. Yogg

Book Reviews

Pursuing Respect in the Cannibal Isles. By Nancy Shoemaker.
Review by Jennifer L. Anderson

Workers on Arrival: Black Labor in the Making of America. By Joe William Trotter Jr.
Review by Bruce E. Baker

American Catholics: A History. By Leslie Woodcock Tentler.
Review by Timothy Matovina

The Self-Help Compulsion: Searching for Advice in Modern Literature. By Beth Blum.
Review by Joan Shelley Rubin

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