3 edition of Labor in colonial New York, 1664-1776 found in the catalog.
Labor in colonial New York, 1664-1776
Samuel D. McKee
|Statement||by Samuel McKee, jr. ...|
|Series||Studies in history, economics and public law, ed. by the Faculty of political science of Columbia university,, no. 410|
|LC Classifications||H31 .C7 no. 410|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||193|
|LC Control Number||35023598|
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Labor In Colonial New York, Library Binding – January 1, by Samuel Mckee (Author)Author: Samuel Mckee. Get this from a library. Labor in colonial New York. [Samuel D McKee]. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: McKee, Samuel D., Labor in colonial Labor in colonial New York York, New York, Columbia University Press.
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The Fur Trade in Colonial New York, Cited by: Chart lists the wage paid for one day of labor in Albany, New York for each year from Chart shows wage data alongside the cost of wheat and four fowls.
Wages in Author: Marie Concannon. Law enforcement in colonial New York: a study in criminal procedure () Julius Goebel, Thomas Raymond Naughton, Commonwealth Fund. Here in this video, I talk about New York colony and why it's great compared to the other colonies.
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Warren’s theme in “New England Bound” — the place of slavery in the making of colonial New England — echoes preoccupations of the moment in the writing of American history, as the Author: Christopher L. Brown. The five principle colonial cities that emerged before were Boston, Philadelphia, Newport, New York, and Charleston The dramatic population growth in new England can be explained by.