The Planting of New Virginia

The Planting of New Virginia
Author : Warren R. Hofstra
Publisher : JHU Press
Total Pages : 432
Release : 2005-09-22
ISBN 10 : 0801882710
ISBN 13 : 9780801882715
Language : EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Planting of New Virginia Book Description:

An important addition to scholarship of the geography and history of colonial and early America, The Planting of New Virginia, rethinks American history and the evolution of the American landscape in the colonial era.


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