Essays in colonial history presented to Charles McLean Andrews by his students.
- New Haven, Yale university press; London, H. Milford, Oxford university press, 1931.
xvi, 345 p. front. (port.) 23 cm.
- Andrews, Charles McLean, 1863-1943.
United States -- History -- Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.
Great Britain -- Colonies -- West Indies.
- Land tenure in English colonial charters of the seventeenth century, by Viola F. Barnes.
Land tenure in New Netherland, by C. W. Rife.
The Earl of Stirling and the colonization of Long island, by Isabel M. Calder.
The four independent companies of New York, by S. M. Pargellis.
Parliamentary privilege in the American colonies, by Mary P. Clarke.
The early careers of the royal governors, by L. W. Labaree.
Jonathan Belcher, junior, chief justice and lieutenant governor of Nova Scotia, by R. G. Lounsbury.
The impressment of seamen in the American colonies, by Dora M. Clark.
The economic causes of the rise of Baltimore, by C. P. Gould.
The settlement and financing of British West India plantations in the eighteenth century, by F. W. Pitman.
The taxation of the Conecticut towns, 1750-1775, by L. H. Gipson.
Some political ideals of the colonial period as they were realized in the old northwest, by B. B. Bond, jr.
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