George Francis Dow - History - 1935 - 293 pages
Comprehensive account of 17th-century life describes early dwellings, furnishings, trade, crime, punishment, more. Contemporary records; over 100 historic pictures.
James Sidbury - History - 1997 - 292 pages
James Sidbury's Ploughshares into Swords places the enslaved population of Virginia squarely within the emerging Atlantic world culture--of the market economy, of urban culture ...
Barbara DeWolfe - History - 1997 - 228 pages
A rare collection of letters written by British emigrants who came to North America shortly before the onset of the Revolutionary War.
Francis Jennings - History - 2000 - 340 pages
An alternative history of the American Revolution; the colonists were empire-building conquerors not democratic revolutionaries.
Richard Godbeer - History - 1994 - 253 pages
Early New Englanders used magical techniques to divine the future, to heal the sick, to protect against harm and to inflict harm. Protestant ministers of the time claimed that ...