The New England Quarterly (Full Run, Four Issues)

By: Various

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Crisp, beautifiul magazines with no names or writing and no spine creasing. Paper is crisp inside and out. Doubtful ever read. Each measures 6-1/24"x9-1/4". Among the topics are these: the Rumford Strike of 1986; William S. Braithwaite and the Poetics of Race; The Port Royal Experiment Revisited; New Haven's Italian Machine Gun Co. Enters WWI; Fanny Fern and the Literay Proprietorship in Antebellum America; Gelded Age Boston; Mother Ann Lee and Shaker Architecture; Proprietary Rights and the Charlestown Convent Riot; Hawthorne in the Province of Women; the Impact of Indentured Servitude on the Society and Culture of Southern New England Indians; the Concord Mass. Female Anti-Slavery Society; Schooling Freedman's Children; Smallpox in colonial Cambridge Mass.

Title: The New England Quarterly (Full Run, Four Issues)

Author Name: Various

Categories: Vintage Magazines, African American Studies, New England, American History,

Edition: LXXIV, Numbers 1,2,3,4

Publisher: Boston, MA, The New England Historic Quarterly Inc.: 2001

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Fine

Seller ID: 25535

Keywords: Bew England History. Fanny Fern. Condcord, Mass. Female Anti-Slavery Society. Schoolling Freedmen's Children