Bacon's Rebellion; prologue to the Revolution? Edited with an introduction by John B. Frantz.


Lexington, Mass., Heath [1969] .

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Subjects Bacon's Rebellion, 1676.
Bacon, Nathaniel.
Rebellion.
USA -- Revolution.
Virginia.
Series Problems in American civilization.
Description xiv, 105 pages map 24 cm.
Copyright Date [1969]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents 1. The rebels and their contemporaries. A history of our miseries / William Berkeley -- Manifesto concerning the present troubles in Virginia / Nathaniel Bacon -- Northampton County grievances -- Charles City County grievances -- Laws of "Bacon's Assembly," June, 1676 -- Causes of Bacon's Rebellion / Robert Beverley -- 2. Bacon's Rebellion as the prologue to the Revolution. The great rebellion in Virginia / George Bancroft -- A study in political leadership / Thomas J. Wertenbaker -- Bacon's Rebellion in American fiction / Bertha Monica Stearns -- 3. Bacon's Rebellion and the social structure of seventeenth-century Virginia. Causes of popular discontent / Philip Alexander Bruce -- Class warfare in Virginia / John Fiske -- Politics and the social structure / Bernard Bailyn -- 4. The relationship of Bacon's Rebellion to imperial administration. Narratives of the insurrections / Charles M. Andrews -- Virginia during the Restoration period / Herbert L. Osgood -- The old colonial system / George L. Beer -- The governor and the rebel / Wilcomb E. Washburn -- The effect of Bacon's Rebellion on government in England and Virginia / Wilcomb E. Washburn.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)46984
(OCoLC)ocm00046984
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WorldCat Identities Frantz, John B.,
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