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BIBLIOGRAPHIE COLONIALE

mations in English society arising out of early expansion. The system of British colonial government has been carefully studied. Root and Bieber have both written on the Lords of Trade and Plantations. The Board of Trade has been covered by Dickerson and Miss Clarke. Basye's Secretary of State for the Colonies, 1768-1782, is a valuable treatise ; Miss Kellogg has done important research on the colonial charter ; McKinley, on the suffrage franchise in the thirteen colonies ; Smith, on the colonial postal service ; Bond, on the quit rent system ; Karraker, on the seventeenth century sheriff ; Washburne, on imperial control of the administration of justice ; and Burns and Mc Cormac on clashes between the trans-Atlantic governments and home authorities. The Review of American Colonial Legislation by the King in Council, by Russell, is highly important. Chitwood is an authority on the legal system of old Virginia, Scott on criminal law there and Miller on the legislature of the colony. Root has surveyed the relations between Pennsylvania and the motherland ; Loyd, the early Pennsylvania courts ; Spencer, the royal government of New York ; and Sly, town government in Massachussetts. The British-American colonies as a whole have been given attention by a variety of authors. Best among such general works are Jernegan's American Colonies, Greene's Foundations of American Nationality and his Provincial America, Adams' Provincial Society, England in America by Tyler, Wertenbaker's First Americans, Jackson's and Kimball's volumes on colonial architecture, Jameson's on piracy and privateering, and Mereness' Travels in the American Colonies. Religious conditions in them form the subject of a distinct body of writings. Cross and Greene have dealt with the Established Church ; Jones with the Friends ; Dennis with Lord Baltimore's Struggle with the Jesuits ; and Maxson and Gewehr with the Great Awakening. Schneider's The Puritan Mind traces the influence of ecclesiastical teachings on the development of colonial thought. The keen interest shown of late in the social structure of the

Bibliographie d'histoire coloniale ( 1900-1930 )  

Auteur : Alfred Martineau, Roussier, Tramond / Partie 1 d'un ouvrage patrimonial de la bibliothèque numérique Manioc. Service commun de la d...

Bibliographie d'histoire coloniale ( 1900-1930 )  

Auteur : Alfred Martineau, Roussier, Tramond / Partie 1 d'un ouvrage patrimonial de la bibliothèque numérique Manioc. Service commun de la d...

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