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Publisher: Journals Gateway
The New England Quarterly (2012) 85 (3): 430–467.
Published: 01 September 2012
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In June 1780, a French Catholic army landed in Newport, Rhode Island. Given British Americans’ longstanding animosities toward French Canada and initial confusions about the allied soldiers’ identity, cross-cultural accord had to be carefully established. The present essay illuminates how this unprecedented, seemingly unlikely Revolutionary alliance played out in practice.