Colonial America: A History, 1565 - 1776

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Wiley, May 16, 2002 - History - 558 pages
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Accompanied by maps, contemporary illustrations, chronologies, documents, and a fully updated and expanded bibliography, this comprehensive and readable history of the colonial period offers a fascinating analysis of the evolution of a new and distinctive society.
  • Fully revised and expanded third edition, with an updated bibliography
  • Includes new chapter on the Spanish in Florida, New Mexico, and Texas, as well as an account of the French settlements in Louisiana
  • Provides dozens of maps, illustrations, chronologies, and documents

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Richard Middleton is Reader in American History at The Queen's University, Belfast. He is the author of The Bells of Victory: The Pitt-Newcastle Ministry and the Conduct of the Seven Years' War: 17571762 (1985).

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