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Making the plantations British, 1603-38

MacInnes, A. (2006) Making the plantations British, 1603-38. In: Frontiers and the Writing of History. Formation of Europe (1). Wehrhahn Verlag, Hannover, Germany, pp. 95-125. ISBN 9783865252517

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Abstract

This book brings together a variety of historiographical perspectives to explore the European dimensions of major themes and processes in their various chronological and geographical articulations. This chapter focuses on plantations and Britain in the seventeenth century.