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The Resource Adapting to a New World : English Society in the Seventeenth-Century Chesapeake

Adapting to a New World : English Society in the Seventeenth-Century Chesapeake

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Adapting to a New World : English Society in the Seventeenth-Century Chesapeake
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Adapting to a New World
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English Society in the Seventeenth-Century Chesapeake
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Published by the Omohundro Institute of Early American History and Culture and the University of North Carolina Press Ser
Adapting to a New World : English Society in the Seventeenth-Century Chesapeake
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Adapting to a New World : English Society in the Seventeenth-Century Chesapeake
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Contents
Contents -- Preface -- Illustrations and Tables -- Introduction -- ONE The English Context of Emigration -- 1 Contrast and Diversity: The Social Origins of Chesapeake Immigrants -- A Diverse Multitude: Social Characteristics -- Town and Country: Geographical Origins and Migration -- Poverty and Profit: Motives for Emigration -- On the Margins: Forests, Heath, and Woodland -- 2 English Landscapes -- Gloucestershire and Emigration -- Plenty and Want: The Vale of Berkeley -- A "Much Diversified Country": Kent -- Comparisons: Provincial and Local Cultures -- TWO The Formation of Chesapeake Society -- 3 The Great Bay of Chesupioc -- "A Lande, Even as God Made It," -- White Immigration, Population, and Settlement -- Tobacco and the Chesapeake Economy -- Inequality and Opportunity -- 4 Settling the Land -- Lower Norfolk -- Lancaster County -- County and Parish -- THREE Comparative Themes -- 5 The Social Web: Family, Kinship, and Community -- Sex and Marriage -- Family and Inheritance -- Friends and Neighbors: The Local Community -- 6 Adam's Curse: Working Lives -- The Necessity of Work -- Earning a Living -- Servants, Planters, and Merchants -- 7 House and Home: The Domestic Environment -- Houses, Rooms, and Room Use -- The World of Goods: Household Possessions -- The Material World: Poverty, Class, and Gender -- 8 Order and Disorder -- The Establishment of Authority -- Crimes and Misdemeanors -- Protest and Rebellion -- 9 Inner Worlds: Religion and Popular Belief -- Religion, Church, and Society -- Magic and Witchcraft -- 10 English Society in the New World -- Index
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