- Author:Beverley W Bond
- Publisher:Scholarly Press (1970)
- Pages:543 pages
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by. Bond, Beverley W. (Beverley Waugh), b. 1881.
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A Study of Political, Social, and Economic Development, 1788-1812. by Beverley W. Bond Jr. Download. As the title implies, my aim in this volume has been to pre sent a composite view of the civilization that arose in the formative period of the Old Northwest, between the first settlement at Marietta in 1788 and the outbreak of the War of 1812. In this quarter of a century the foundations of an American civilization were laid in this region which stretched roughly between the Ohio, the Mississippi, and the Great Lakes. Published 1934 by Macmillan in New York. Economic conditions, Politics and government, Social life and customs. iv, 543 p. Number of pages.
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