by Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development .
Written in English
|Contributions||Joseph M Herbert (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||219|
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Julia A. King, ‘The Patuxent Point Site’, in King, Julia A. and Ubelaker, Douglas H. (eds), Living and Dying on the 17th Century Patuxent Frontier (Crownsville, MD, ), 15– Google Scholar 17th & 18th Century Architecture Along the Patuxent River, MD References Cited. Armstrong, Douglas, and Kenneth Kelly. Settlement Patterns and the origins of African Jamaican Society: Seville Plantations, St. Ann’s Bay, Jamaica. Ethnohistory 47(2) Chaney, Edward E. This book is a golden book of information on items existing during Frontier living, especially during the 's. I was amazed at the detailed information written along with illustrations throughout the book. There are sections for housing, work, farming, church, etc. This book is a gem for anyone researching the 's, or s: King, Julia A., and Douglas H. Ubelaker Living and Dying on the Seventeenth-Century Patuxent Frontier. Maryland Historical Trust Press, Crownsville, MD. Maryland Historical Trust Press, Crownsville, MD.
Anchor Books, New York, NY. Google Scholar. D. H., , Living and Dying on the 17th-Century Patuxent Frontier. Maryland Historical Trust Press, Crownsville, MD. Google Scholar. Land, A. C An Archaeological Investigation of Mortuary Practices in the 17th-Century Cemetery at St. Mary’s City, Maryland. St. Mary’s City Archaeology. The next, French frontier entered North America from a different direction and followed a different pattern. Early in the 17th century () the first permanent French outposts were established at Port Royal in Nova Scotia and Quebec in the valley of the St. Lawrence River. The First Frontier traces two and a half centuries of history through poignant, mostly unheralded personal stories—like that of a Harvard-educated Indian caught up in seventeenth-century civil warfare, a mixed-blood interpreter trying to straddle his white and Native heritage, and a Puritan woman wielding a scalping knife whose bloody deeds. Midth-century colonists like Clarke and Odell respected the medical and political knowledge of figures like Winthrop, yet accessed them only with difficulty. Numerous manuscript collections show how, as the colonial era progressed, increasing immigration and urbanization allowed for more frequent contact between physicians and patients.