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Good. Not Library. Not Remainder. Good clean copy with minor faults. 368 p. Includes illustrations. 368pp. illustrated. Good Condition SOFT COVER. Written by Gary B. Nash, published by Prentice-Hall, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 1974, assumed first paperback edition, ninth printing, 368pp, illustrated. Not Library. Not Remainder. The text has no noticeable markings, tears, dog-ears, folds, or stains. The binding is tight and the spine is solid with no crease. The cover has a tiny 0.25-inch edge tear on the front cover, and tiny corner curl on front and back. Good Book. ISBN: 013769802X. Nonfiction; history; Colonial Period; discovery; exploration; United States; cultures; agricultural revolution; Aztecs; Iroquois; Native Americans; Indian; tribal groups; New World; Spain; tobacco; Puritanism; Dutch; French; fur; South Carolina; Bacon s Rebellion; Quakers; Tuscarora War; Yamasee War; Slave trade; slavery; black culture; Creeks; sociology; abolitionism; Indian Strategy; English Colonies; frontier society; politics;
Good. 6 x 9, 350 pgs, index, b&w photos and maps. An authoritative, interpretive historical account of the interactions between Native Americans, African-Americans, and Whites during the colonial period. Contains pink highlighting, reading copy only.
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