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A very mutinous people : the struggle for North Carolina, 1660-1713

Author: Noeleen McIlvenna
Publisher: Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, ©2009.
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According to Noeleen McIlvenna, the true exemplars of egalitarian political values fled Virginia's plantation society late in the 17th century to create the first successful European colony in the Albemarle, in present-day North Carolina. Tapping into previously unused documents, McIlvenna explains how North Carolina's first planters struggled to impose a plantation society upon the settlers and how those early  Read more...
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History
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McIlvenna, Noeleen, 1963-
Very mutinous people.
Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, ©2009
(DLC) 2008047141
(OCoLC)261174621
Material Type: Document, Government publication, State or province government publication, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Noeleen McIlvenna
ISBN: 9780807887929 0807887927 9781469605661 146960566X
OCLC Number: 456566470
Description: 1 online resource (x, 212 pages) : maps
Contents: The first generation. Escape to the swamp, 1660-1663 ; Building the sanctuary, 1664-1673 ; Culpeper's Rebellion, 1673-1680 ; The rise and fall of Seth Sothell, 1681-1695 --
The second generation. Challenge of the Anglicans I : church establishment, 1695-1707 ; Challenge of the Anglicans II : Native American resistance, 1695-1707 ; Cary's Rebellion, 1708-1711 ; One final fight for freedom, 1711-1713.
Responsibility: Noeleen McIlvenna.

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Historians have often glorified 18th century Virginia planters' philosophical debates about the meaning of American liberty. This title explains how North Carolina's first planters struggled to  Read more...

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