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Thu Oct 16 17:51:04 2014 UTClccn-n790074640.00Institutional file0.441.00Hall, Michael G., papers,127404175n 79007464241587Institute of Early American History & Culture.Institute of Early American History & Culture (Williamsburg, Va.)Institute of Early American History & CultureInstitute of Early American History & Culture (Williamsburg, Va.)Institute of Early American History and Culture (Williamsburg, Va.)containsVIAFID/144418276Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culturelccn-n79105675Adams, John1735-1826lccn-n50038361Jordan, Winthrop D.lccn-n50018748Cunningham, Noble E.1926-2007lccn-n84009467Republican Party (U.S. : 1792-1828)lccn-n96121593College of William and Marylccn-n50014996Wood, Gordon S.lccn-n50050525Quarles, Benjaminlccn-n82117616Cappon, Lester Jesse1900-1981lccn-n84044442McCusker, John J.lccn-n79089957Jefferson, Thomas1743-1826Institute of Early American History and Culture (Williamsburg, Va.)HistoryChurch historyPeriodicalsRecords and correspondenceBiographySourcesGenealogyHandbooks, manuals, etcUnited StatesPolitical scienceAmerican Revolution (1775-1783)SlaveryRace relationsAdams, John,African AmericansPresidentsVirginiaPolitical partiesRepublican Party (U.S. : 1792-1828)TravelEconomic historyStamp Act (Great Britain : 1765)Adams, Abigail,Jefferson, Thomas,Presidents' spousesManners and customsWinthrop, John,Massachusetts--BostonBacon's Rebellion (1676)PeriodicalsConstitutional historySocial historyCitizenshipNaturalizationColonies--Economic conditionsGreat BritainTobacco industryUnited States--Chesapeake Bay RegionPlantation lifeAgriculture--Economic aspectsWomen--Social conditionsSocial classesSex roleIroquois Indians--Government relationsIroquois Indians--First contact with EuropeansIroquois IndiansGreat AwakeningAttitude (Psychology)Chastellux, Franc╠žois Jean,--marquis de,CivilizationInstitute of Early American History and Culture (Williamsburg, Va.)Civilization, ModernIndians of North America--Colonial periodGenealogyRevivalsWhites--AttitudesAfrican Americans--Public opinionCollege of William and Mary189219451947194819491950195219531954195519561957195819591960196119621963196419651966196719681969197019711972197319741975197619771978197919801981198219831984198519861987198819891990199119921993199419951996199719981999200520102011201375840296646973.097496E322ocn185878462ocn185876971ocn185877889ocn185877223ocn185877765ocn185891102ocn88352586324088ocn000265609book19680.37Jordan, Winthrop DWhite over black: American attitudes toward the Negro, 1550-1812HistorySklaverei / Amerika+-+250093253523168ocn000007210book19690.33Wood, Gordon SThe creation of the American Republic, 1776-1787HistoryIlluminates the concepts of the Constitution by studying the cultural situation of the colonists+-+9779732535229031ocn001607858serial0.47Institute of Early American History and Culture (Williamsburg, Va.)The William and Mary quarterlyHistoryPeriodicalsGenealogyProvides image and full-text online access to back issues. Consult the online table of contents for specific holdings22217ocn000272669book19610.30Quarles, BenjaminThe Negro in the American RevolutionHistoryOriginally published by UNC Press in 1961, this classic work remains the most comprehensive history of the many and important roles played by African-Americans during the American Revolution. With this book, Benjamin Quarles added a new dimension to the military history of the Revolution and addressed for the first time the diplomatic repercussions created by the British evacuation of African Americans at the close of the war. The compelling narrative brings the Revolution to life by portraying how those tumultuous years were experienced by Americans at all levels of society+-+685193253517489ocn002406429book19590.35Adams, JohnThe Adams-Jefferson letters : the complete correspondence between Thomas Jefferson and Abigail and John AdamsBiographySourcesRecords and correspondenceA collection of 380 letters, written between 1777-1826, with notes and chapter introductions that relate them to the history of the American republic. For other editions, see Author Catalog+-+525363253514649ocn000425635book19530.39Morgan, Edmund SThe Stamp act crisis; prologue to revolutionHistory+-+786093253514395ocn001364087book19760.31Shaw, PeterThe character of John AdamsBiography14253ocn000482672book19730.39Kurtz, Stephen GEssays on the American RevolutionHistory+-+2469458485134611ocn000419757book19590.50Smith, James MortonSeventeenth-century America; essays in colonial historyHistoryChurch history+-+802577868532412545ocn000424414book19570.50Cunningham, Noble EThe Jeffersonian Republicans; the formation of party organization, 1789-1801History12512ocn013902665book19870.47Beyond confederation : origins of the constitution and American national identity+-+772693253512215ocn000965367book19650.47Rutman, Darrett BruceWinthrop's Boston; portrait of a puritan town, 1630-164912085ocn000317376book19570.47Washburn, Wilcomb EThe Governor and the rebel; a history of Bacon's Rebellion in Virginia11107ocn012428642book19850.53McCusker, John JThe economy of British America, 1607-1789+-+760893253511027ocn000710990book19630.50Cunningham, Noble EThe Jeffersonian Republicans in power : party operations, 1801-1809History10935ocn003627234book19780.53Kettner, James HThe development of American citizenship, 1608-1870History+-+177693253510662ocn034590934book19960.53Brown, Kathleen MGood wives, nasty wenches, and anxious patriarchs : gender, race, and power in colonial VirginiaHistory+-+925873253510582ocn012081526book19860.50Kulikoff, AllanTobacco and slaves : the development of southern cultures in the Chesapeake, 1680-1800HistoryThis book is a major reinterpretation of the economic and political transformation of Chesapeake society from 1680 to 1800. Building upon massive archival research in Maryland and Virginia, the author provides a comprehensive study of changing social relations--among both blacks and whites--in the eighteenth-century South. He links his arguments about class, gender, and race to the later social history of the South and to larger patterns of American development+-+497793253510534ocn025706715book19920.53Richter, Daniel KThe ordeal of the longhouse : the peoples of the Iroquois League in the era of European colonizationHistory+-+651573253510066ocn000078763book19690.50Bushman, Richard LThe Great Awakening : documents on the revival of religion, 1740-1745Church historySources+-+05179325351473ocn001407909book19670.77Institute of Early American History and Culture (Williamsburg, Va.)HandbookHistoryHandbooks, manuals, etcSources31ocn016584105book19640.47The Association for the preservation of Virginia antiquities, 1889-1964 and the Institute of early American history and culture, 1943-1964; a brief historical record31ocn493667617book19630.59Chastellux, Franc╠žois JeanTravels in North America in the years 1780, 1781 and 1782Impressions of the country recorded by a major general in the French Army Expeditionary Forces to America11ocn656287648mix1.00Hall, Michael GHall, Michael G., papersHistoryArchivesCorrespondence, research material, class materials, student work, drafts, manuscripts, maps, and printed materials comprise the Michael G. Hall Papers, 1959-2010, and document Hall's activities as a history professor at the University of Texas at Austin11ocn457208004mixInstitute of Early American History and Culture (Williamsburg, Va.)11ocn229149504book19830.10The Institute of Early American History and Culture : an introduction11ocn145429201mix1.00Dunn, Richard SPapersHistoryThe Richard S. Dunn Papers represent the career and achievement of the distinguished Penn faculty as teacher, author and administrator. The Administrative files series documents his experience as Chairman of the Department of History of the University of Pennsylvania as well as his commitments as a senior faculty member to many committees of the School of Arts and Sciences or of the University. Dunn's teaching experience is well recorded in the Teaching files series. Included in it are all kinds of teaching material, ranging from syllabi, bibliographical data, teaching notes to examination questions, recommendations written for the students, and a bounteous collection of Senior History Honors papers he advised from the late 1970s to the early 1990s. Dunn's teaching at the University of Michigan as a visiting professor, 1969-1970, and his term as Harmsworth Professor of the Queen's College, Oxford University, 1987-1988, are two additional features11ocn702943756book1.00Institute of Early American History and Culture (Williamsburg, Va.)[Minor publications]11ocn846831372book19591.00University of North Carolina PressBooks published for the Institute of Early American History and Culture by the University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, North CarolinaBibliography01ocn122405405mixFennelly, Catherine MSturbridge, MassThe first series concerns the membership publication The New England Galaxy. These include correspondence with authors and advisors, drafts of articles and original art work. Records of contributing authors include Robert Frost, Nina Fletcher Little, William Carlos Williams and Eric Sloane. The second series concerns the research library, costume, research, education, public information, hostess and publications. Administrative materials contain information about admissions, budget, fund raising, development and staff training. Many Old Sturbridge Village buildings are illustrated in the series+-+2500932535+-+2500932535Thu Oct 16 15:57:18 EDT 2014batch27762