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9781584650850

Fissures in the Rock New England in the Seventeenth Century
Fissures in the Rock New England in the Seventeenth Century
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  • ISBN-13: 9781584650850
  • ISBN: 1584650850
  • Publisher: University Press of New England

AUTHOR

Archer, Richard P.

SUMMARY

The ambitious goal of this book is to provide a new portrait of the social life and social structure of 17th-century New England. The resulting synthesis dismantles conventional presentations of a homogenous, Puritan New England in favor of one emphasizing difference, divergence, and even conflict over values and behavior. Richard Archer investigates the political history of power, the intellectual history of religious beliefs, the social history of the family, the economic history of systems of exchange, ethnic history, and environmental history to display the many "fissures" that rent New England society from the very outset. While he stresses the complexity of New England beliefs, economics, family life, and town and political life, he also makes clear how the larger society -- far more complex and complicated than traditionally portrayed -- nevertheless coalesced as a functioning social order. Chapters on Indians, religion, social structure, family life, deviant behavior, the economy, and towns demonstrate that diversity and a common culture did in fact coexist.Archer, Richard P. is the author of 'Fissures in the Rock New England in the Seventeenth Century' with ISBN 9781584650850 and ISBN 1584650850.

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