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Eighteenth century America

a Hessian report on the people, the land, the war as noted in the diary of Chaplain Philipp Waldeck, 1776-1780

by Philipp Waldeck

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Published by Heritage Books in Bowie, Md .
Written in English

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  • United States
    • Subjects:
    • Waldeck, Philipp, 1750-1784 -- Diaries.,
    • Waldeck (Fürstentum). Waldeckische Regiment, 3te.,
    • Hessian mercenaries -- Diaries.,
    • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Participation, German.,
    • United States -- History -- Revolution, 1775-1783 -- Personal narratives, German.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 184-187) and index.

      Statementtranslated from Hessian manuscript #28 of the Bancroft Collection in the New York Public Library by Bruce E. Burgoyne.
      ContributionsBurgoyne, Bruce E., New York Public Library.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsE268 .W15 1995
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxv, 190 p. :
      Number of Pages190
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL936135M
      ISBN 100788402528
      LC Control Number95237821

      View table of contents and excerpt "In Colonial Complexions, historian Sharon Block offers a subtle and profound reading of the processes of race-making in colonial North America. They include an excellent description of merchant factors in Virginia and their business dealings with agents in England. They maintained their families during their husbands' absences, and sometimes after their deaths. Colonial Complexions asks us to think carefully about the processes of race-making. Beeman offers an ambitious overview of political life in pre-Revolutionary America. Wealthy people had finely carved furniture, wallpaper, china, silver and crystal and chairs were common.

      If meat was available stew was a popular meal. French-Italian emperor Napoleon Bonaparteformed one of the Franco-Indian alliances with the major economic power Kingdom of Mysore[2] governed by Tipu Sultan and his father Hyder Aliwho pioneered the use of Rocket artillery and the world's first iron-cased rockets, the Mysorean rocketsthrough the compilation of the Fathul Mujahidin. We offer combined shipping on multiple orders. Very minimal wear and tear. Opportunities for religious leadership and participation in church government were confined to a few denominations. Charlottesville: University Press of Virginia,

      They find that specialized tools allowed artisans to create complex objects with ease, giving them a competitive edge over their fellow artisans, and that these tools standardized Eighteenth century America book in ways that allowed apprentices to assist masters in making complex items. By the 18th century most towns had specialized trades such as gunsmiths, locksmiths, clock and watch makers, silversmiths and cabinet makers. Fashion was very important for the wealthy but poor people's clothes changed very little. What is perhaps most impressive about this book is the extent to which the authors have based their analysis on well-documented examples of eighteenth-century tools. It was transferred to the Huntington library as part of the establishment gift in


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