The Cultural Life of the American Colonies
Courier Corporation, May 3, 2002 - History - 292 pages
Sweeping survey of 150 years of colonial history (1607–1763) offers authoritative, perceptive views by a brilliant scholar on agrarian society and leadership, non-English influences, religion, education, literature, drama, music, architecture, science, and much more. "A significant contribution to early American history." — American History Review. 33 black-and-white illustrations.
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