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colonial agents of New England.

James Joseph Burns

colonial agents of New England.

by James Joseph Burns

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Published by The Catholic University of America in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • United States -- Politics and government -- To 1775,
  • New England -- Politics and government -- To 1775,
  • Great Britain -- Colonies -- Administration,
  • Great Britain -- Colonies -- America

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsE188 B87
    The Physical Object
    Pagination156p.
    Number of Pages156
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17921821M

    2 days ago  See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive Daily life in colonial New England × Daily life in colonial New England This edition published in by Greenwood Press in Westport, Conn. Edition Notes Includes bibliographical references and index. Series The Greenwood Press "Daily life through history" series. Collision of Worlds: A Deep History of the Fall of Aztec Mexico and the Forging of New Spain. By David Carballo - Published Genres: Nonfiction. Combining written texts and unwritten archeological and anthropological signs of civilization, this deep history focuses on the confrontation between Spanish explorers and indigenous.

    Notes. 1. John McCusker and Russell Menard summarize this literature in The Economy of British America (Chapel Hill, , ) p. , esp. n 2. Daniel Vickers, Farmers and Fishermen: Two Centuries of Work in Essex County, Massachusetts, (Chapel Hill, ); John Frederick Martin, Profits in the Wilderness: Entrepreneurship and the Founding of New England Towns (Chapel.   New homes in the New World were as diverse as the incoming population. When silversmith Paul Revere bought a fixer-upper in , the Boston, Massachusetts, house was already years old. Using locally available materials, America's colonists built what they could and tried to meet the challenges posed by the climate and landscape of the new.

    • Collective biographies of the Colonial Period • Additional history resources Note: The information about the books listed in the bibliography often includes a “Note”. This is the very brief summary of the book that the publisher submits as part of the book’s description for cataloguing by the Library of Congress. Additional PDF files available for download: 1-page "sell sheet" (book overview) Interview with the Author (Q&A); Press Release: Solo Exhibition at the Gallery at Hallmark Press Release: Winner, AASLH Leadership in History Award of Merit Press Release: Winner, New England Book Festival Award Press Release: Finalist, New England Book Awards Press Release: Boston Globe .


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