The forming of a nation, 1607-1781.

New York, Random House [1970] .

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Subjects United States -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783.
Series Random House readings in American history, v. 1.
Description 194 p. 24 cm.
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents The colonial era: From organization to society, Virginia in the seventeenth century, by S. Diamond. The role of the lower houses of assembly in eighteenth-century politics, by J. P. Greene. A summary view of the eastern seaboard in 1750, by H. R. Merrens. The role of Williamsburg in the Virginia economy, 1750-1775, by J. H. Soltow. Congregation, state, and denomination; the forming of the American religious structure, by T. L. Smith. Historical demography and colonial America, a review article, by P. J. Greven, Jr. Modern tensions and the origins of American slavery, by W. D. Jordan. The distribution of wealth in eighteenth-century America; a century of change in Chester County, Pennsylvania, 1693-1802, by J. T. Lemon and G. B. Nash.--The American Revolution: Rhetoric and reality in the American Revolution, by G. S. Wood. Democracy and the American Revolution, by M. Jensen.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)00093205
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