Emigrants in chains: a social history of forced emigration to the Americas of felons, destitute children, political and religious non-conformists, vagabonds, beggars and other undesirables, 1607-1776
Om tvungen deportation af u°nskede personer fra England til Amerika i 1600-tallet og 1700-tallet.
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The Convicts and Their Background
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