Social and Economic History of the United States: From Handicraft to Factory, 1500-1820

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SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES
I

From Handicraft to Factory 1500-1820

BY HARRY J. CARMAN, PH.D. ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF HISTORY COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY

D. C. HEATH AND COMPANY 1930 BOSTON NEW YORK CHICAGO ATLANTA DALLAS SAN FRANCISCO LONDON

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Table of contents

  • Title Page i
  • Preface v
  • Contents viii
  • Maps and Charts x
  • List of Illustrations xi
  • Chapter I- The Old World Expands 1
  • Chapter II- The Colonial Farmer 62
  • Suggested Readings 120
  • Chapter III- The Colonial Merchant and Manufacturer 122
  • Suggested Readings 191
  • Chapter IV- The Conflict of Interests 193
  • Suggested Readings 263
  • Chapter V- Revolution and Independence 265
  • Suggested Readings 328
  • Chapter VI- The Struggle for Control 330
  • Suggested Readings 399
  • Chapter VII- The Turn of the Century 401
  • Suggested Readings 495
  • Chapter VII- Two Generations of Western Frontiersmen 498
  • Suggested Readings 571
  • Index 575
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