- Book Title: The Oxford History of the British Empire: Volume I: The Origins of Empire: British Overseas Enterprise to the Close of t
- Author: Nicholas Canny, Alaine Low
- ISBN: 0198205627
- Publisher: Oxford University Press,
- Year Published: 12 August, 1998
- Our Normal Price: £38.50 GBP ($48.51 USD)
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- Description: Oxford University Press, 1998 first edition: black hardcover with gilt lettering and decoration to spine: dust jacket: 533 pages, including index, chronology, black and white figures, tables, and maps. Synopsis: A comprehensive study of the origins of the British Empire , comprised of authoritative contributions from 22 historians , and influenced by recent scholarship and new releases from historical records. Contents:-The Origins of Empire: an Introduction by Nicolas Canny. The Struggle for Legitimacy and the Image of Empire in the Atlantic to Circa 1700 by Anthony Padden. War, Politics, and Colonisation, 1558 -1625 by John C. Appleby. Guns And Sails in the First Phase of English Colonisation, 1500- 1650 by N. A. M. Rodger. Literature and Empire by David Armitage. ' Civilizinge of Those Rude Partes ' Colonisation within Britain and Ireland, 1580 -- 1640 by Jane Ohlmeyer. England's New World and the Old, 1480s-1630s by Nicolas Canny. Tobacco Colonies: the Shaping of English Society in the 17th-Century Chesapeake by James Horn. New England in the 17th-Century Virginia Anderson. The ' Hub of Empire ': the Caribbean and Britain in the 17th-century by Hilary Mc' D Beckles. The English in Western Africa to 1700 P Hair and Robin Law . The English in Asia to 1700 by P. J. Marshall. The English Government, War, Trade, and Settlement, 1625-1688 by Michael Braddick. New Opportunities for British Settlement: Ireland, 1650-1700 by T. C. Barnard. Native Americans and Europeans in English America, 1500-1700 by Peter C. Mansall. The Middle Colonies: New Opportunities for Settlement, 1660-1700 by Ned Landsman. ' Shaftesbury's Darling ' : British Settlement in the Carolinas at the Close of the 17th-Century by Robert M. Weir. Overseas Expansion and Trade in the 17th-century by Nuala Zahedieh. The Emerging Empire: the Continental Perspective, 1650-1713 by Jonathan Israel. The Glorious Revolution and America by Richard S. Dunn. Navy, State, Trade, and Empire by G E Aylmer. Condition: very clean and good/as new
- Condition: Collectable- Like New
- Dustcover: Yes
- Binding: Hardback
- Type: Used Books
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