The History of North America (Classic Reprint)
Fb&c Limited, 19/12/2017 - 564 páginas
Excerpt from The History of North America
The history of the colonization period of the Middle States, if we except the conﬂicts between the Long House and the whites, and the struggle between the pertinacious Claiborne and the representatives of Lord Baltimore, has little upon which romance can fasten. In truth, the im portance of the record of the colonies and provinces in that portion of America bounded on the north by the St. Law rence and on the south by the Potomac is one of politics, save for the Indian troubles and the struggles between rather pusillanimous colonists to get possession of this or that bit of promising wilderness.
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