Saints and revolutionaries : essays on early American history /

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Other Authors: Hall, David D., Murrin, John M., Tate, Thad W., Morgan, Edmund S. 1916-2013.
Format: Book
Language:English
Published: New York : Norton, c1984.
Edition:1st ed.
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260 |a New York :  |b Norton,  |c c1984. 
300 |a xv, 398 p. ;  |c 22 cm. 
500 |a Essays by students of Edmund S. Morgan, to whom the book is dedicated. 
504 |a Includes bibliographical references and index. 
505 0 |a 1. Religion & mentality. English Puritanism and the progress of New England institutions, 1630-1660 / Stephen Foster. Specters of subversion, Societies of Friends: dissent and the devil in provincial Essex County, Massachusetts / Christine Leigh Heyrman. The mental world of Samuel Sewall / David D. Hall -- 2. Law & politics. "Due execution of the generall rules of righteousnesse": criminal procedure in New Haven Town and Colony, 1638-1658 / Gail Sussman Marcus. The Rhode Island Civil Code of 1647 / G.B. Warden. Magistrates, sinners, and a precarious liberty: trial by jury in seventeenth-century New England / John M. Murrin. Elites and electorates: some plain truths for historians of colonial America / Joy B. and Robert D. Gilsdorf -- 3. Culture, society, & the Revolution. The culture of agriculture: the symbolic world of the tidewater planter, 1760-1790 / T.H. Breen. The problem of allegiance in revolutionary Poughkeepsie / Jonathan Clark. Why men fought in the American Revolution / Robert Middlekauff. The origins of "The paranoid style in American politics": public jealously from the age of Walpole to the age of Jackson / James S. Hutson -- Doctoral students of Edmund S. Morgan. 
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