Journal of Early American History 1 (2011) 142–166 © Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, 2011 DOI 10.1163/187707011X577441 brill.nl/jeah J O U R N A L O F E A R LY AMERICAN H I S T O R Y * L.H. Roper is Professor of History at the State University of New York—New Paltz. One version of this paper was presented to the History of Empire seminar at Uppsala University and another at Th e Atlantic World Workshop at New York University. I would like to thank Max Edling and Karen Kupperman for their invitations and for their hospitality, the seminar partici- pants for their comments, Sarah Barber and Lauric Henneton for reading and commenting upon a draft, and the anonymous referees for the journal for their thoughtful reading and sug- gestions. Th anks also to staﬀ at Th e National Archives, Kew, Richmond (“TNA”), the Bodleian Library, University of Oxford, the Centre for Kentish Studies, Maidstone (U.K.), and Riksarkivet, Stockholm, for assistance with documents. Th e Ties that Bound: Th e Conception of Anglo-America, 1617-67 L.H. Roper * State University of New York—New Paltz E-mail: email@example.com Received 31 July 2010; accepted 18 November 2010 Abstract Th is article
Journal of Early American History – Brill
Published: Jan 1, 2011
Keywords: GODLY; VIRGINIA; NEW ENGLAND; EMPIRE; NEW NETHERLAND; NEW SWEDEN; CROMWELL
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