The Ties that Bound: The Conception of Anglo-America, 1617-67

in Journal of Early American History
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Abstract

This article sketches the development of the Anglo-American world in both colonial and imperial fashions between the establishment of tobacco cultivation in Virginia and the end of the Second Anglo-Dutch War. It argues that an imperial consciousness developed in the English-speaking world during the seventeenth century, especially in the American colonies, while, at the same time, enterprising colonists set up societies modeled closely on the metropolitan standard.

Journal of Early American History

The American Colonies, 1500-1830

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