By Raymond D. Irwin
Books on Early American heritage and tradition, 1971-1980: An Annotated Bibliography keeps a chain of bibliographies directory book-length works on North the United States and the Caribbean ahead of 1815. crucial for students, librarians, and scholars of early the United States, the publication surveys approximately 1,200 monographs, essay collections, exhibition catalogues, and reference works released among 1971 and 1980. as well as bibliographic info each one access contains short annotations, which describe the scope and method of every one merchandise and the book's major thesis. additionally integrated are lists of journals the place every one paintings has been reviewed and the variety of occasions the publication has been mentioned in specialist literature, and the variety of OCLC member libraries protecting the paintings. In 31 thematic sections, the ebook covers such issues as: exploration and colonialization, local american citizens, the yankee progressive struggle, the structure, race and slavery, gender, faith.
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153 Pethick, Derek. First Approaches to the Northwest Coast. Vancouver: J. J. Douglas, 1976. xix, 232 p. 00964/3. Citations: 5. Holdings: 398. Examines the exploration of the Northwest coast, especially the Nootka Sound between the 1740s and Vancouver's expeditions of 1792-94. Discusses Russian and Spanish voyages, the James Cook expeditions, the fur trade, and conflicting territorial claims. AHR 83: 796-97; JAH 65: 458. 38 Books on Early American History and Culture 154 Pethick, Derek. The Nootka Connection: Europe and the Northwest Coast, 1790-1795.
Xx, 560 p. 7/02. Citations: 0. Holdings: 693. Provides a general account of Dutch New York, covering quarrels between the colony's directors and settlers, and among New Netherlands colonists, the English and Indians, and continuing fights between Holland and England. AHR 84: 247-48; U102: 2160. 91 Van Deventer, David E. The Emergence of Provincial New Hampshire, 1623-1741. : Johns Hopkins University Press, 1976. xviii, 302 p. 9/742/02. Citations: 8. Holdings: 406. Studies New Hampshire from settlement through the middle of the eighteenth century.
Cartier's Hochelaga and the Dawson Site. Montreal: McGill-Queen's University Press, 1972. xviii, 388 p. Examines connections between an Indian village discovered by Sir John W. Dawson in 1860 and a village that Jacques Carrier described in 1535 on his second North American voyage. Compares the Dawson site to other St. Lawrence Iroquois villages and discusses the origins of the Iroquois. Concludes that the Dawson site was not the same as the village described by Cartier. CHR 54: 444-45. 153 Pethick, Derek.