Abraham in Arms

a-in-a-small.jpgAbraham in Arms:  War and Gender in Colonial New England (2007)

now available in paperback!

winner of an Honourable Mention for the 2008 Albert B. Corey Prize/Prix Corey, which is awarded every other year jointly with the American Historical Association to the best book in Canadian-American history.

Reviews:

–in The Boston Globe, December 31, 2007

–on H-NewEngland, July 2007

–in the Journal of American History, September 2007

–in the American Historical Review, December 2007

Related essays by Ann Little:

Echoes of Very Distant Wars

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