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Colonial America in an Atlantic World : From Colonies to Revolution (Paperback) (T. H. Breen)
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"The second edition of Colonial America in an Atlantic World, like the first, responds to a growing interest among teachers and students in a broad and exciting field commonly known as Atlantic History. The approach greatly expands the human and physicalboundaries of the subject, which once only looked at white settlers organizing new forms of religion and government. This traditional perspective left too many people out of the story. We have, therefore, tried to present the history of Colonial America in terms of dynamic interaction among the peoples of four continents over several centuries. The world in which these diverse peoples fought, traded, befriended, allied, betrayed one another, made love, married, and bore children was an extraordinarily complex and fluid multiplicity of communities, a vast region in which nations remained in constant flux from fifteenth century through the end of the eighteenth and beyond"--Provided by publisher.
Number of Pages: 413
Sub-Genre: History, North America
Publisher: Pearson College Div
Author: T. H. Breen
Street Date: January 21, 2016
Item Number (DPCI): 248-15-5574
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