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Publication Date: 2003
Shannon, Timothy J.
Web/Online Copy:Atlantic Lives is a primary source reader designed for undergraduate courses in Early American and Atlantic World History. Organized thematically, each chapter features primary source selections that place Early American History in a comparative context with the wider Atlantic World. These selections come from a wide variety of non-traditional sources, including travel narratives from West Africa, the Caribbean, and Latin America. Features of the book include discussion questions and recommended readings at the end of each chapter as well as maps and illustrations.Shannon, Timothy J. is the author of 'Atlantic Lives A Comparative Approach to Early America', published 2003 under ISBN 9780321077103 and ISBN 0321077105.
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