Cultures and identities in colonial British America /
"Never truly a "new world" entirely detached from the home countries of its immigrants, colonial America, over the generations, became a model of transatlantic culture. Colonial society was shaped by the conflict between colonists' need to adapt to the American environment and th...
Johns Hopkins University Press,
|Series:||Anglo-America in the trans-Atlantic world.
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E195 .C85 2006