Americans In England

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Americans In England

William Penn in England and America An Approach to Political Thought in Context

Montaigne in England and America

Law and Legal Theory in England and America

American Indians in England (act. c. 1500-1615)

Lee, Ann (1736-1784), religious leader in England and America

Macsparran, James (1693-1757), Church of England clergyman in America

Collections of British satirical prints in England and America

American Passage: The Communications Frontier in Early New England

Religious Freedom in America and the World: Commentary on “Religious Conscience in Colonial New England”

North America during the Lower Cretaceous: new palaeomagnetic constraints from intrusions in New England

Peter [Peters], Thomas (1597-1654/1655), Church of England clergyman and colonist in America

Johnson, Samuel (1696-1772), Church of England clergyman and teacher in America


American lobster nurseries of southern New England receding in the face of climate change

A New England Prison Diary: Slander, Religion, and Markets in Early America

Native American Popular Religion in New England's Old Colony, 1670–1770

Mark Valeri. Law and Providence in Joseph Bellamy's New England: The Origins of the New Divinity in Revolutionary America. (Religion in America Series.) New York: Oxford University Press. 1994. Pp. xii, 205

DOLMETSCH, Carl Frederick (1911 - 1997), Director of Haslemere Festival since 1940; specialist and authority on early music and instruments; recording artist in England and America


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Throughout the literary history of crime and mystery fiction, a number of American authors have chosen to set all or some of their works in England. In some cases the ...

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