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Colonial America [electronic resource] : A History to 1763

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781405190046Publication details: Hoboken : Wiley, 2011.Edition: 4th edISBN:
  • 9781444396270
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Colonial America : A History to 1763DDC classification:
  • 973.2
LOC classification:
  • E188.M52 2011
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Contents:
Colonial America: A History to 1763; Contents; Figures; Maps; Documents; Preface to the Fourth Edition; Acknowledgments; Part I: Old and New Worlds Meet; 1 The Peoples of Eastern North America: Societies in Transition; 1 AMERICA BEFORE COLUMBUS AND THE PROBLEM OF HISTORY; 2 THE AMERICAS IN ANCIENT TIMES; 3 THE EASTERN WOODLANDS, 1000-1300; 4 EASTERN WOODLANDS SOCIETIES IN TRANSITION, 1300-1500; 5 EARLIEST CONTACTS WITH EUROPEANS; 2 The Age of European Exploration; 1 WESTERN EUROPE, 1300-1450; 2 THE PORTUGUESE IN AFRICA; 3 SPAIN ENCOUNTERS THE NEW WORLD
13 British North American Religion, Education, and Culture, 1689-1760
2 THE SOUTHERN PLANTATION SYSTEM3 NORTHERN FARMING AND COMMERCE; 4 THE MERCANTILIST SYSTEM; 5 MONEY AND TAXATION; 6 THE STANDARD OF LIVING: POVERTY AND PROSPERITY; 11 Settler Families and Society; 1 NEW WORLD FAMILIES; 2 CHILDREN; 3 PATRIARCHAL AUTHORITY; 4 SOCIAL STRUCTURE: RANK AND CLASS; 12 White Women and Gender; 1 GENDER AND THE SETTLER EXPERIENCE IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY; 2 REGIONAL VARIATIONS; 3 GENDER IN A COMMERCIALIZING CULTURE: THE EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY REFINED LADY; 4 GENDER IN A COMMERCIALIZING CULTURE: MIDDLING AND WORKING WHITE WOMEN
4 SIXTEENTH-CENTURY EUROPEAN COMPETITORS5 ENGLAND: THE ELIZABETHAN PRELUDE; Part II: The Seventeenth-Century Settlements; 3 The English Conquer Virginia, 1607-1660; 1 VIRGINIA BEFORE THE ENGLISH; 2 THE VIRGINIA COMPANY: EARLY SETTLEMENT; 3 THE CHARTER OF LIBERTIES; 4 THE MASSACRE OF 1622 AND FALL OF THE COMPANY; 5 GROWTH AND CONSOLIDATION, 1625-1660; 4 The Conquest Continues: New England, 1620-1660; 1 NEW ENGLAND BEFORE THE ENGLISH; 2 THE PILGRIMS; 3 MASSACHUSETTS: A CITY ON THE HILL; 4 ESTABLISHING AND DEFENDING ORDER; 5 CHALLENGES FROM ENGLAND; 6 STABLE SOCIETIES
5 Diverse Colonies: New France, New Netherland, Maryland, and the West Indies1 NEW FRANCE; 2 NEW NETHERLAND AND DELAWARE: THE DUTCH AND SWEDISH BEGINNINGS; 3 MARYLAND: A CATHOLIC PROPRIETARY; 4 ENGLISH COLONIES IN THE WEST INDIES; 6 The Restoration Era; 1 THE RETURN OF CHARLES II; 2 MERCANTILISM: THE NAVIGATION LAWS; 3 NEW YORK BECOMES AN ENGLISH COLONY; 4 THE CAROLINAS: EARLY SETTLEMENT; 7 The Later Years of Charles II; 1 VIRGINIA: BACON'S REBELLION AND ITS AFTERMATH; 2 MASSACHUSETTS: THE STRUGGLE TO REMAIN SELF-GOVERNING; 3 NEW JERSEY AND PENNSYLVANIA: THE BEGINNINGS
8 James II and the Glorious Revolution1 THE DOMINION OF NEW ENGLAND; 2 MASSACHUSETTS RECLAIMS CONTROL; 3 NEW YORK: LEISLER'S REBELLION; 4 MARYLAND; 5 AFTERMATH; 9 The Eras of William and Mary, and Queen Anne; 1 WILLIAM AND MARY'S COLONIAL POLICY; 2 THE SALEM WITCHCRAFT TRIALS; 3 WAR ON THE NORTHERN FRONTIER, 1689-1713; 4 WAR AND POLITICAL CHANGE IN THE CAROLINAS; 5 PROPRIETARY PROBLEMS IN PENNSYLVANIA AND NEW JERSEY; Part III: The Eighteenth-Century Provinces in a Changing Continent; 10 The Economy and Labor System in British North America; 1 THE BRITISH ATLANTIC ECONOMY
Summary: Colonial America: A History to 1763, 4th Edition provides updated and revised coverage of the background, founding, and development of the thirteen English North American colonies.Fully revised and expanded fourth edition, with updated bibliographyIncludes new coverage of the simultaneous development of French, Spanish, and Dutch colonies in North America, and extensively re-written and updated chapters on families and womenFeatures enhanced coverage of the English colony of Barbados and trans-Atlantic influences on colonial developmentProvides a greater focus on the
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Colonial America: A History to 1763; Contents; Figures; Maps; Documents; Preface to the Fourth Edition; Acknowledgments; Part I: Old and New Worlds Meet; 1 The Peoples of Eastern North America: Societies in Transition; 1 AMERICA BEFORE COLUMBUS AND THE PROBLEM OF HISTORY; 2 THE AMERICAS IN ANCIENT TIMES; 3 THE EASTERN WOODLANDS, 1000-1300; 4 EASTERN WOODLANDS SOCIETIES IN TRANSITION, 1300-1500; 5 EARLIEST CONTACTS WITH EUROPEANS; 2 The Age of European Exploration; 1 WESTERN EUROPE, 1300-1450; 2 THE PORTUGUESE IN AFRICA; 3 SPAIN ENCOUNTERS THE NEW WORLD

13 British North American Religion, Education, and Culture, 1689-1760

2 THE SOUTHERN PLANTATION SYSTEM3 NORTHERN FARMING AND COMMERCE; 4 THE MERCANTILIST SYSTEM; 5 MONEY AND TAXATION; 6 THE STANDARD OF LIVING: POVERTY AND PROSPERITY; 11 Settler Families and Society; 1 NEW WORLD FAMILIES; 2 CHILDREN; 3 PATRIARCHAL AUTHORITY; 4 SOCIAL STRUCTURE: RANK AND CLASS; 12 White Women and Gender; 1 GENDER AND THE SETTLER EXPERIENCE IN THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY; 2 REGIONAL VARIATIONS; 3 GENDER IN A COMMERCIALIZING CULTURE: THE EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY REFINED LADY; 4 GENDER IN A COMMERCIALIZING CULTURE: MIDDLING AND WORKING WHITE WOMEN

4 SIXTEENTH-CENTURY EUROPEAN COMPETITORS5 ENGLAND: THE ELIZABETHAN PRELUDE; Part II: The Seventeenth-Century Settlements; 3 The English Conquer Virginia, 1607-1660; 1 VIRGINIA BEFORE THE ENGLISH; 2 THE VIRGINIA COMPANY: EARLY SETTLEMENT; 3 THE CHARTER OF LIBERTIES; 4 THE MASSACRE OF 1622 AND FALL OF THE COMPANY; 5 GROWTH AND CONSOLIDATION, 1625-1660; 4 The Conquest Continues: New England, 1620-1660; 1 NEW ENGLAND BEFORE THE ENGLISH; 2 THE PILGRIMS; 3 MASSACHUSETTS: A CITY ON THE HILL; 4 ESTABLISHING AND DEFENDING ORDER; 5 CHALLENGES FROM ENGLAND; 6 STABLE SOCIETIES

5 Diverse Colonies: New France, New Netherland, Maryland, and the West Indies1 NEW FRANCE; 2 NEW NETHERLAND AND DELAWARE: THE DUTCH AND SWEDISH BEGINNINGS; 3 MARYLAND: A CATHOLIC PROPRIETARY; 4 ENGLISH COLONIES IN THE WEST INDIES; 6 The Restoration Era; 1 THE RETURN OF CHARLES II; 2 MERCANTILISM: THE NAVIGATION LAWS; 3 NEW YORK BECOMES AN ENGLISH COLONY; 4 THE CAROLINAS: EARLY SETTLEMENT; 7 The Later Years of Charles II; 1 VIRGINIA: BACON'S REBELLION AND ITS AFTERMATH; 2 MASSACHUSETTS: THE STRUGGLE TO REMAIN SELF-GOVERNING; 3 NEW JERSEY AND PENNSYLVANIA: THE BEGINNINGS

8 James II and the Glorious Revolution1 THE DOMINION OF NEW ENGLAND; 2 MASSACHUSETTS RECLAIMS CONTROL; 3 NEW YORK: LEISLER'S REBELLION; 4 MARYLAND; 5 AFTERMATH; 9 The Eras of William and Mary, and Queen Anne; 1 WILLIAM AND MARY'S COLONIAL POLICY; 2 THE SALEM WITCHCRAFT TRIALS; 3 WAR ON THE NORTHERN FRONTIER, 1689-1713; 4 WAR AND POLITICAL CHANGE IN THE CAROLINAS; 5 PROPRIETARY PROBLEMS IN PENNSYLVANIA AND NEW JERSEY; Part III: The Eighteenth-Century Provinces in a Changing Continent; 10 The Economy and Labor System in British North America; 1 THE BRITISH ATLANTIC ECONOMY

Colonial America: A History to 1763, 4th Edition provides updated and revised coverage of the background, founding, and development of the thirteen English North American colonies.Fully revised and expanded fourth edition, with updated bibliographyIncludes new coverage of the simultaneous development of French, Spanish, and Dutch colonies in North America, and extensively re-written and updated chapters on families and womenFeatures enhanced coverage of the English colony of Barbados and trans-Atlantic influences on colonial developmentProvides a greater focus on the