Sir William Berkeley and the Forging of Colonial Virginia

by Warren M. Billings

Dinsmore Documentation  presents  Classics of American Colonial History

Author: Bruce, Philip A.
Title: Economic History of Virginia in the Seventeenth Century: An Inquiry into the Material Condition of the People, Based on Original and Contemporaneous Records.
Citation: New York: MacMillan and Co., 1896
Subdivision: Directory of Files
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Volume I
Front Matter:
Title Page, Dedication, Preface, Table of Contents of Vol. I
I. Reasons for the Colonization of Virginia
II. Aboriginal Virginia: Its Physical Character
III. Aboriginal Virginia: Indian Economy
IV. Agricultural Development, 1607-1624
V. Agricultural Development, 1624-1650
VI. Agricultural Development, 1650-1685
VII. Agricultural Development, 1685-1700
VIII. Acquisition of Title to Land: The Patent
IX. System of Labor: The Servant
Volume II
Front Matter to Vol. II
X. System of Labor: The Servant—continued
XI. System of Labor: The Slave
XII. Domestic Economy of the Planter
XIII. Domestic Economy of the Planter—continued
XIV. Relative Value of Estates
XV. Manufactured Supplies: Foreign
XVI. Manufactured Supplies: Foreign—continued
XVII. Manufactured Supplies: Domestic
XVIII. Manufactured Supplies: Domestic—continued
XIX. Money
XX. The Town
XXI. Conclusion

Dinsmore Documentation  presents  Classics of American Colonial History

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