Cover image for Essays in colonial history presented to Charles McLean Andrews by his students.
Title:
Essays in colonial history presented to Charles McLean Andrews by his students.
Publication Information:
New Haven : Yale university press; London : H. Milford, Oxford university press, 1931.
Physical Description:
xvi, 345 pages : portrait ; 23cm
Language:
English
Contents:
Land tenure in English colonial charters of the seventeenth century, by Viola F. Barnes.--Land tenure in New Netherland, by C.W. Rife.--The Earl of Stirling and the colonization of Long island, by Isabel M. Calder.--The four independent companies of New York, by S.M. Pargellis.--Parliamentary privilege in the American colonies, by Mary P. Clarke.--The early careers of the royal governors, by L.W. Labaree.--Jonathan Belcher, junior, chief justice and lieutenant governor of Nova Scotia, by R.G. Lounsbury.--The impressment of seamen in the American colonies, by Dora M. Clark.--The economic causes of the rise of Baltimore, by C.P. Gould.--The settlement and financing of British West India plantations in the eighteenth century, by F.W. Pitman.--The taxation of the Connecticut towns, 1750-1775, by L.H. Gipson.--Some political ideals of the colonial period as they were realized in the old Northwest, by B.W. Bond, jr.
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