Colonial America by Jerome R. Reich

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Comprehensive without being superficial, this brief, up-to-date examination of American colonial history draws connections between the colonial period and American life today by including formerly neglected areas of social and cultural history and the role of minorities (African-Americans, Native-Americans, women, and laboring classes). It summarizes and synthesizes recent studies and integrates them with earlier research.
 

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Dr. Jerome R. Reich is an American historian whose specialty is the search for democracy in American life. His writings include "Leisler's Rebellion: A Study of Democracy in Colonial New York," "Coodes's Rebellion in Maryland," the "Dorr War: A Substudy of Jacksonian Democracy," and "The Black American Experience." Dr. Reich is an emeritus professor of history at Chicago State University and is the author of several standard text books in American history.
 
Published January 1, 1984 by Prentice-Hall. 307 pages
Genres: History. Non-fiction

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