Colonial America; essays in politics and social development. Edited by Stanley N. Katz.Material type: TextPublisher: Boston, Little, Brown Description: xiii, 491 p. 22 cm.Subject(s): United States -- Social conditions -- To 1865 | United States -- Politics and government -- To 1775DDC classification: 309.1/73
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From organization to society, by S. Diamond.--Understanding the Puritans, by D.D. Hall.--Hingham, Massachusetts, 1631-1661, by J.J. Waters.--Notes on life in Plymouth Colony, by J. Demos.--Family structure in seventeenth-century Andover, Massachusetts, by P.J. Greven, Jr.--Underlying themes in the witchcraft of seventeenth-century New England, by J. Demos.--Politics and social structure in Virginia, by B. Bailyn.--Equality and Empire, by D.S. Lovejoy.--The House of Lords, Edward Randolph, and the Navigation act of 1696, by M.G. Hall.--The evolution of Massachusetts town government, 1640 to 1740, by K.A. Lockridge and A. Kreider.--The social context of democracy in Massachusetts, by M. Zuckermann.--The rattle of rights and privileges, by G.B. Nash.--New York government and Anglo-American politics, by S.N. Katz.--Jonathan Edwards and the Great Awakening by P. Miller.--The Great Awakening in Connecticut, by R.L. Bushman.--Popular uprisings and civil authority in eighteenth-century America, by P. Maier.--Origins of the southern labor system, by O. and M.F. Handlin.--Enslavement of Negroes in America to 1700, by W.D. Jordan.--The legal status of the slave in South Carolina, 1670-1740, by M.E. Sirmans.--The legal transformation, by J.M. Murrin.--Economic development and social structure in colonial Boston, by J.A. Henretta.--Land, population, and the evolution of New England society, 1630-1790, and an afterthought, by K. Lockridge.
Includes bibliographical references.