AMERICAN COLONIAL HISTORY: CLASHING CULTURES AND FAITHS by Thomas S. Kidd

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Tommy Kidd lends his significant writing abilities to surveying American history. When my friend, Tommy, writes on American history, read it, period.
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Thomas Kidd, a widely respected scholar of colonial history, deftly offers both depth and breadth in this accessible, introductory text on the American Colonial era. Interweaving primary documents and new scholarship with a vivid narrative reconstructing the lives of European colonists, Africans, and Native Americans and their encounters in colonial North America, Kidd offers fresh perspectives on these events and the period as a whole. This compelling volume is organized around themes of religion and conflict, and distinguished by its incorporation of an expanded geographic frame.
Book Specifications
Release date: 2016-04-26
Binding: Paperback
Publisher: Yale University Press
Publication date: 2016-04-26
Label: Yale University Press
Pages: 344
Edition: 1
ASIN: 0300187327
ISBN: 0300187327
Height: 70
Length: 920
Weight: 110
Width: 610
Product Group: Book