The New England Merchants in the Seventeenth Century
by Bailyn, Bernard
Harvard University Press, 1979 2018-01-04. 2nd Printing. Trade Paperback. Good. Second printing. Cover and pages toned, spine heavily creased, edges rubbed. 1979 Trade Paperback. We have more books available by this author. x, 245 pp. By the middle of the eighteenth century the merchants were dominant figures in the northern American colonies, powerful economically, politically, and socially. But in New England this preeminence had not been present in the first years of settlement; it had been achieved in the course of three generations of social development as the merchants often Puritans themselves, rose within the Bible Commonwealths to challenge the domination of the Puritan fathers. (Inventory #: 2195252)
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