JOURNAL OF THE EARLY REPUBLIC (Winter 2016) that this man went to in order to refashion himself during the most pivotal years of this country's history. Ed ward E. A ndr ews is an associate professor of history at Providence College. He is the author of Native Apostles: Black and Indian Missionaries in the British Atlantic World (Cambridge, MA, 2013) and is currently writing a book on race and religion in Newport, Rhode Island. True Yankees: The South Seas and the Discovery of American Identity. By Dane A. Morrison. (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press, 2014. Pp. 257 xxii. Cloth, $34.95; eBook, $34.95.) Reviewed by Will B. Mackintosh Dane Morrison's True Yankees is a closely told account of five American travelers who made the long voyage to Canton, China, between 1785 and 1840. Morrison weaves their five journeys into an extended meditation on "how [Americans] discovered their [national] character in the South Seas" through exploration, trade, and encounters with the diverse peoples of Europe, Asia, and Oceania (xii). This is a heavy analytical burden for five individual travelers to carry, but nevertheless True Yankees finds subtle differences in "national character" as understood by Americans who looked east rather than
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