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Albion's seed : four British folkways in America

Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
New York, New York : Oxford University Press, c1989
xxi, 946 p. : ill., maps.
0195037944
America, a cultural history; v. 1

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Includes bibliographical notes.

Includes index.

In this series, "each volume (five are now in draft) centers on a major problem in American historiography. The first volume, Albion's Seed, is about the problem of cultural origins. The second volume, American Plantations, studies the problem of culture and environment in the colonial era. The third volume examines the coming of independence as a cultural movement. Volume four takes up the problem of cultural change in the early republic, and volume five is about the Civil War as a cultural conflict"--Pref.

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