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Labor in a New Land: Economy and Society in Seventeenth-Century Spring

by INNES, Stephen

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INNES, Stephen. Labor in a New Land: Economy and Society in Seventeenth-Century Springfield. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, [1983]. 1st ed. xxi,465 pp. Maps. Orig. cloth, non-priceclipped d/j. Near fine. Ownership signature of American historian Edmund S. Morgan. Study of the relationship between land, work, and community in Springfield, Massachusetts.


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