Thirteen Colonies | notes

Notes

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  2. ^ Richard Middleton and Anne Lombard, Colonial America: A History to 1763 (4th ed. 2011),
  3. ^ The number 13 is mentioned as early as 1720 by p. 376: "so in this Country we have Thirteen Colonies at least severally govern'd by their repective Commanders in Chief, according to their peculiar Laws and Constitutions." This includes Carolina as a single colony, and does not include Georgia, but instead counts Nova Scotia and Newfoundland as British colonies. Early use of the term "thirteen colonies" in this context date to the American Revolution, for example p. 136: "during the last war, no part of his majesty's dominions contained a greater proportion of faithful subjects than the Thirteen Colonies. This being the case he [the writer] asks, how can it happen, that a people so lately loyal, should so suddenly become universally disloyal, and firmly attached to republican government".
  4. ^ a b Alan Taylor, American Colonies,, 2001.
  5. ^ Ronald L. Heinemann, Old Dominion, New Commonwealth: A History of Virginia, 1607–2007, 2008.
  6. ^ Sparks, Jared (1846). The Library of American Biography: George Calvert, the first Lord Baltimore. Boston: Charles C. Little and James Brown. pp. 16–. 
  7. ^ Robert M. Weir, Colonial South Carolina: A History (1983).
  8. ^ Nathaniel Philbrick, Mayflower: A Story of Courage, Community, and War Paperback (2007).
  9. ^ Francis J. Bremer, The Puritan Experiment: New England Society from Bradford to Edwards (1995).
  10. ^ Benjamin Woods Labaree, Colonial Massachusetts: a history (1979)
  11. ^ Michael G. Hall, Lawrence H. Leder, Michael Kammen, eds. (1 December 2012). The Glorious Revolution in America: Documents on the Colonial Crisis of 1689. UNC Press Books. pp. 3, 4, 39. ISBN  978-0-8078-3866-2. 
  12. ^ Guy Howard Miller, "Rebellion in Zion: The Overthrow of the Dominion of New England." Historian 30#3 (1968): 439-459. online
  13. ^ Michael G. Kammen, Colonial New York: A History (1974).
  14. ^ John E. Pomfret, Colonial New Jersey: A History (1973).
  15. ^ Joseph E. Illick, Colonial Pennsylvania: a history (1976).
  16. ^ Russell F. Weigley, ed., Philadelphia: a 300 year history (1982). excerpt
  17. ^ Colonial charters, grants and related documents
  18. ^ a b c Fred Anderson, The War That Made America: A Short History of the French and Indian War (2006)
  19. ^ Colin G. Calloway, The Scratch of a Pen: 1763 and the Transformation of North America (2006), pp 92–98
  20. ^ W. J. Rorabaugh, Donald T. Critchlow, Paula C. Baker (2004). "America's promise: a concise history of the United States". Rowman & Littlefield. p.92. ISBN  0-7425-1189-8
  21. ^ Woody Holton, "The Ohio Indians and the coming of the American revolution in Virginia", Journal of Southern History, (1994) 60#3 pp. 453–78
  22. ^ J. R. Pole, Political Representation in England and the Origins of the American Republic (London; Melbourne: Macmillan, 1966), 31, https://www.questia.com/read/89805613.
  23. ^ Donald William Meinig. The Shaping of America: Atlantic America, 1492–1800 (1986), p. 315; Greene and Pole, eds. '"A Companion to the American Revolution (2004), ch. 63
  24. ^ T.H. Breen, American Insurgents, American Patriots: The Revolution of the People (2010) pp 81–82
  25. ^ Robert Middlekauff, The Glorious Cause: The American Revolution, 1763–1789 (Oxford History of the United States) (2007)
  26. ^ Note: the population figures are estimates by historians; they do not include the Indian tribes outside the jurisdiction of the colonies. They do include Indians living under colonial control, as well as slaves and indentured servants. U.S. Bureau of the Census, A century of population growth from the first census of the United States to the twelfth, 1790–1900 (1909) p. 9
  27. ^ Edwin J. Perkins (1988). The Economy of Colonial America. Columbia UP. p. 7. 
  28. ^ Smith, Daniel Scott (1972). "The Demographic History of Colonial New England". The Journal of Economic History. 32 (1): 165–83. 10.1017/S0022050700075458. 2117183. 11632252. 
  29. ^ Betty Wood, Slavery in Colonial America, 1619–1776 (2013) excerpt and text search
  30. ^ Paul Finkelman (2006). Encyclopedia of African American History, 1619-1895. Oxford UP. pp. 2:156. 
  31. ^ Source: Miller and Smith, eds. Dictionary of American Slavery (1988) p . 678
  32. ^ Stephen Foster, The Long Argument: English Puritanism and the Shaping of New England Culture, 1570-1700; (1996).
  33. ^ Patricia U. Bonomi, Under the cope of heaven: Religion, society, and politics in Colonial America (2003).
  34. ^ Sister M. Rita, "Catholicism in colonial Maryland," Records of the American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia 51#1 (1940) pp. 65-83 Online
  35. ^ Bryan F. Le Beau, Jonathan Dickinson and the Formative Years of American Presbyterianism (2015).
  36. ^ Gary B. Nash, Quakers and Politics: Pennsylvania, 1681-1726 (1993).
  37. ^ Thomas S. Kidd, and Barry Hankins, Baptists in America: A History (2015) ch 1.
  38. ^ Rhys Isaac, "Evangelical Revolt: The Nature of the Baptists' Challenge to the Traditional Order in Virginia, 1765 to 1775." William and Mary Quarterly (1974): 346-368. online
  39. ^ Laura M. Stevens, The poor Indians: British missionaries, Native Americans, and colonial sensibility (2010).
  40. ^ Wayne J. Urban and Jennings L. Wagoner Jr., American Education: A History (5th ed. 2013) pp 11-54.
  41. ^ John Andrew Doyle, English Colonies in America: Volume IV The Middle Colonies (1907) online
  42. ^ Louise Phelps Kellogg, The American colonial charter (1904) online
  43. ^ Max Savelle, "The Imperial School of American Colonial Historians". Indiana Magazine of History (1949): 123-134 in JSTOR also online
  44. ^ a b Robert J. Dinkin, Voting in Provincial America: A Study of Elections in the Thirteen Colonies, 1689–1776 (1977)
  45. ^ Thomas Cooper and David James McCord, eds. The Statutes at Large of South Carolina: Acts, 1685–1716 (1837) p 688
  46. ^ Alexander Keyssar, The Right to Vote (2000) pp 5–8
  47. ^ Daniel Vickers, A Companion to Colonial America (2006) p. 300
  48. ^ Greene and Pole, eds. (2004), p. 665
  49. ^ Max Savelle, Seeds of Liberty: The Genesis of the American Mind (2005) pp. 204–211
  50. ^ George Otto Trevelyan, The American revolution: Volume 1 (1899) p. 128 online
  51. ^ William R. Nester, The Great Frontier War: Britain, France, and the Imperial Struggle for North America, 1607–1755 (Praeger, 2000) p, 54.
  52. ^ Stephens, Unreasonable Searches and Seizures (2006) p. 306
  53. ^ Jack P. Greene and J. R. Pole, eds. '"A Companion to the American Revolution (2004) ch. 63
  54. ^ Lawrence Gipson, The British Empire Before the American Revolution (15 volumes, 1936–1970), highly detailed discussion of every British colony in the New World in the 1750s and 1760s
  55. ^ Lawrence Gipson, The British Empire Before the American Revolution (15 volumes, 1936–1970)
  56. ^ Meinig pp. 313–14; Greene and Pole (2004) ch. 61
  57. ^ Meinig pp 314–15; Greene and Pole (2004) ch 61
  58. ^ Andrew Jackson O'Shaughnessy, An Empire Divided: The American Revolution and the British Caribbean (2000) ch 6
  59. ^ Meinig pp 315–16; Greene and Pole (2004) ch 63
  60. ^ Meinig p 316
  61. ^ P. J. Marshall, ed. The Oxford History of the British Empire: Volume II: The Eighteenth Century (2001)
  62. ^ Robert L. Middlekauff, "The American Continental Colonies in the Empire", in Robin Winks, ed., The Historiography of the British Empire-Commonwealth: Trends, Interpretations and Resources (1966) pp 23-45.
  63. ^ William G. Shade, "Lawrence Henry Gipson's Empire: The Critics". Pennsylvania History (1969): 49-69 online.
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  66. ^ Ian Tyrrell, "Making Nations/Making States: American Historians in the Context of Empire", Journal of American History, (1999) 86#3 pp:. 1015-1044 in JSTOR
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  69. ^ Eliga H. Gould, Peter S. Onuf, eds. Empire and Nation: The American Revolution in the Atlantic World (2005)
  70. ^ David Kennedy; Lizabeth Cohen (2015). American Pageant. Cengage Learning. p. 156. 
  71. ^ Ellen Holmes Pearson. "Revising Custom, Embracing Choice: Early American Legal Scholars and the Republicanization of the Common Law", in Gould and Onuf, eds. Empire and Nation: The American Revolution in the Atlantic World (2005) pp 93-113
  72. ^ Anton-Hermann Chroust, Rise of the Legal Profession in America (1965) vol 2.
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