A crisis of community : the trials and transformation of a New England town, 1815-1848 /
"Mary White, a shopkeeper's wife from rural Boylston, Massachusetts, kept a diary, and woven into its quotidian details of small-town farm life is a remarkable tale of conflict and transformation. Sustained by its Puritan heritage, gentry leadership, and creed of common good, Boylston had...
|Published:||Chapel Hill : The University of North Carolina Press, 2014.|
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- The wilderness world
- A church disassembled
- Economic choice and consequences
- Fields and dreams
- Useful knowledge
- Re-forming community
- Political principles, partisan passions
- The bonds of anti-slavery