The Human Tradition In Colonial America by Nancy L. RhodenThe Human Tradition In Colonial America by Nancy L. Rhoden

The Human Tradition In Colonial America

EditorNancy L. Rhoden, Ian K. Steele

Paperback | April 1, 1999

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The Human Tradition in Colonial America is an entertaining as well an enlightening book that brings the colonial period to life through the stories of the colorful participants who helped mold the British dependency that would eventually become the United States.
Title:The Human Tradition In Colonial AmericaFormat:PaperbackDimensions:323 pages, 8.96 × 6.14 × 0.86 inPublished:April 1, 1999Publisher:Rowman & Littlefield PublishersLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0842027009

ISBN - 13:9780842027007

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Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Introduction: Meeting Colonial Americans Chapter 2 Alvar N?Òez Cabeza de Vaca: Conquistador and Sojourner Chapter 3 Squanto: Last of the Patuxet Chapter 4 Gabriel Sagard: A Franciscan among the Huron Chapter 5 Anne Hutchinson, the Puritan Patriarchs, and the Power of the Spirit Chapter 6 In Search of Pocahontas Chapter 7 Daniel Clocker's Adventure: From Servant to Freeholder Chapter 8 John Cotton Jr.: Wayward Puritan Minister? Chapter 9 Isabel Montour: Cultural Broker on the Frontiers of New York and Pennsylvania Chapter 10 Caspar Wistar: German-American Entrepreneur and Cultural Broker Chapter 11 Lewis Morris Jr.: British American Officeholder Chapter 12 Pierre Pouchot: A French Soldier Views America Chapter 13 George Whitefield: Transatlantic Revivalist Chapter 14 Samson Occom: Mohegan Leader and Cultural Broker Chapter 15 Susannah Johnson: Captive Chapter 16 Bryan Sheehan: Servant, Soldier, Fisherman Chapter 17 Olaudah Equiano: An African in Slavery and Freedom Chapter 18 Index

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The Human Tradition in Colonial America is very highly recommended for all students of American colonial history.