Journal of the Early Republic
The article focuses on science in the early American republic. Topics discussed include the ways that scientific ideas and controversies illuminated and animated the intellectual and public life of Americans during the late 18th and early 19th centuries, and how the sciences of territoriality took form in several categories of early American print culture.
Valenčius, Conevery Bolton, David I. Spanagel, Emily Pawley, Sara Stidstone Gronim, and Paul Lucier. "Science in Early America: Print Culture and the Sciences of Territoriality." Journal of the Early Republic 36 (2016): 73-123.