XWe have detected your location as outside the U.S/Canada, if you think this is wrong, you can choose your location.

Red Globe Press
Bloomsbury announces the acquisition of Red Globe Press from Springer Nature Group. Find out more

Colonial America

From Jamestown to Yorktown

Author(s):
Publisher:

Red Globe Press

Pages: 239
Series:

American History in Depth

Downloads:

Sample chapter


Categories:

AVAILABLE FORMATS

Paperback - 9780333790564

30 October 2002

$42.00

Hardcover - 9780333790557

08 February 2003

$44.99

Ebook - 9780230803954

13 November 2002

$99.00

Ebook - 9781137155191

30 October 2002

$39.99

Ebook - 9781403913760

01 May 2017

$33.99

All prices are shown excluding Tax

We regret that at present you cannot buy books direct from the website. This is while Red Globe Press books move to Bloomsbury’s website and warehouse, following the acquisition. RGP titles will be available on bloomsbury.com from early fall.

Please purchase from your local or preferred online bookshop.

For exam copies, please email askacademic@bloomsbury.com with course details (course name, level, module, no. of students, start date) and your academic address.

Colonial America deals with the development of the American colonies from the first permanent settlement at Jamestown to the independence of the thirteen which became the USA. Instead of anticipating the birth of a nation,...

Show More

Colonial America deals with the development of the American colonies from the first permanent settlement at Jamestown to the independence of the thirteen which became the USA. Instead of anticipating the birth of a nation, as is too often the case, Mary K. Geiter and W. A. Speck treat the history of the colonies as part of the wider history of the British Empire. They also include in their discussion those colonies which did not rebel against British rule, such as the islands in the West Indies.

Using this valuable and informative approach to the study of the American colonies, Geiter and Speck demonstrate how Britain and America shared a common history for nearly two hundred years.

Show Less

Expores the history of the American colonies from their first settlement to independence Sets the history of the American colonies within the wider Imperial context Clearly examines developments on both sides of the Atlantic, which is essential for a proper understanding of colonial history

Preface
Introduction
PART I: THE IMPERIAL CONTEXT
The British Empire in America to 1750
British Society in the Era of Western Migration
Anglo-Indian Relations
PART II: THE AMERICAN CONTEXT
The Chesapeake
New England
The Middle Colonies
The Lower South
The West Indies
PART III: THE IMPERIAL CONNECTION
The Glorious Revolution in England and America
King William's and Queen Anne's Wars
'Salutary Neglect'? British Imperial Policy under the First Two Georges
The French and Indian War
PART IV: THE IMPERIAL CRISIS
British America at the Accession of George III
Adjustment to Empire 1763-1770
The Imperial Crisis: 'Tis time to part'
Conclusion
Guide to Further Reading
Index.

Add a review

MARY K. GEITER is Assistant Professor at Immaculata College, Pennsylvania.

W. A. SPECK is Emeritus Professor of History at Leeds University and Visiting Professor at the University of Northumbria.

Show More

MARY K. GEITER is Assistant Professor at Immaculata College, Pennsylvania.

W. A. SPECK is Emeritus Professor of History at Leeds University and Visiting Professor at the University of Northumbria.

Show Less

Best Sellers