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THE REFORMATION AND THE
THE ECONOMIC BACKGROUND OF
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acres American Revolution Anglican aristocracy army artisans assembly became Boston Britain British capital century chapters Charles Church colonists commerce common Connecticut council court currency debts Dutch early economic elected England English English merchants established estates Europe European exports farm farmers force foreign France French frontier fur trade governor granted Haven History Huguenots important indentured servants Indians industry interest Iroquois Island Jersey John John Winthrop king labor land laws leaders London Lord manufactures Maryland Massachusetts ment Navigation Acts Netherland North northern colonies officials Parliament Penn Pennsylvania Philadelphia plantations planters political ports profits proprietors protection province Puritan Quakers quit-rents religious Rhode Island River royal servants settlement settlers ships slaves social South Carolina southern Spain Spanish sugar Sugar Act supply taxes thirteen colonies tion tobacco towns vessels Virginia vols wealth West Indies western William York