By Claudia Johnson

This publication offers a distinct point of view on existence in Colonial England, exposing many misconceptions and depicting how components of its tradition which are regularly considered as marginal—such because the actions of pirates—actually had an intensive influence of the populace.

• presents readers with an figuring out of the character of non secular sentiment in Colonial the United States, which was once characterised by means of a wish to have non secular freedom for themselves yet no longer for others

• Depicts the consistent uprising and next cruelty inherent to colonial society

• Examines the bulk underclass populations, corresponding to indentured servants, local american citizens, and African americans

• Addresses myths approximately Puritan girls, marriage, intercourse, and baby raising

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