As an anthology of readings by top scholars in the field of Early American History, Colonial America: Essays in Politics and Social Development provides students with an insightful and critical view of the Colonial period. The Fifth Edition is heavily revised to reflect shifting emphasis on the continentalist approach to early American history. With seventeen new essays, including essays on the New France and Spanish borderlands, this reader continues to be a best-selling text in the Colonial America course.
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Strong coverage of Native Americans: Daniel Richter's essay on the Iroquois.
Strong coverage of the Spanish Borderlands: Gutierrez's essay on the Puebleo Revolt of 1680; Thornton's essay of Spanish Florida's threat to slavery in South Carolina; and Weber's chapter on Spanish missions.
Strong regional balance on the process of sttlement.
Strong Gender Coverage: Essays by Carr and Walsh on the Chesapeake, Reis New England, and Levy Pennsylvania.
Global and Atlantic dimensions of early American History show how early America fit into the larger world. Essays by Diamond, Hofstra and Breen.
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