Virginia Land Grants: A Study of Conveyancing in Relation to Colonial Politics

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Private print., Old Dominion Press, 1925 - Land grants - 184 pages
This is a study of land grants from 1624 to the American Revolution to see if an economic explanation could be found for local resistance to and later acceptance of the proprietors of the Northern Neck.

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