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The Barbarous Years

The Peopling of British North America : the Conflict of Civilizations, 1600-1675
Bailyn, Bernard (Book - 2012 )
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The Barbarous Years


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From an acclaimed historian of early America, a compelling account of the first great transit of people from Britain, Europe, and Africa to the British colonies of North America and their involvements with each other and the indigenous peoples of the eastern seaboard.
Authors: Bailyn, Bernard
Title: The barbarous years
the peopling of British North America : the conflict of civilizations, 1600-1675
Publisher: New York :, Alfred A. Knopf,, 2012.
Edition: 1st ed.
Characteristics: xv, 614 p. :,ill., maps ;,25 cm.
Notes: "This is a Borzoi Book "-- T.p. verso.
Contents: Part 1 Foundations
The Americans ; Part 2 Conquest The Europeans
Death on a coastal fringe
The "Hammerours" regime
Recruitment, expansion, and transformation
"A flood, a flood of bloud"
Terra-Maria ; The Chesapeake's new world
The Dutch farrago
Carnage and civility in a developing hub of commerce
Swedes, Finns, and the passion of Pieter Plockhoy
God's conventicle, Bradford's lamentation
The New-English Sionists : fault lines, diversity, and persecution
Abrasions, utopians, and holy war
Defiance and disarray ; Part 3 Emergence
The British Americans.
Summary: From an acclaimed historian of early America, a compelling account of the first great transit of people from Britain, Europe, and Africa to the British colonies of North America and their involvements with each other and the indigenous peoples of the eastern seaboard.
Local Note: 15 53 102 118 133 148 152 210 211 216 226 231 250
ISBN: 0394515706
9780394515700
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Mr. Bailyn is at his best writing about New England—familiar terrain—and recounting the travails and then rapid growth of the Massachusetts Bay Colony after 1620. This section could stand on its own as a short book on the subject: The author colorfully portrays the Puritan leaders, their propensity for schism and the relentless struggles between doctrinal compromisers and the pure of heart. Puritans eagerly resorted to flogging, dismembering and burning their opponents. These were barbarous years indeed. Throughout the book, Mr. Bailyn patiently explains the origins of the people who migrated to America. Readers learn which regions of England, the Netherlands and Scandinavia produced the most migrants, which social classes were best represented, and the extent to which young males predominated within various migrant flows.

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