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Trade, society, and politics in Bristol, 1500-1640

by David Harris Sacks

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Published by Garland in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Bristol (England)
    • Subjects:
    • Bristol (England) -- Commerce -- History -- 16th century.,
    • Bristol (England) -- Commerce -- History -- 17th century.,
    • Bristol (England) -- Social conditions.,
    • Bristol (England) -- Politics and government.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementDavid Harris Sacks.
      SeriesBritish economic history
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHF3520.B7 S33 1985
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. ;
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2535291M
      ISBN 10082406691X
      LC Control Number85016073

      I was looking forward to catching up with the Time Traveller's guide to Elizabethan England series on BBC2, having enjoyed the book, and even used its tips on Tudor greetings last time I tried my own hand at time travel by dressing in Elizabethan costume on a visit to Hampton Court.I was particularly interested in what Dr. Ian Mortimer had to say about Africans in Elizabethan England. Part II: The Wotton Family. Part III: The Survey. Transcript of the Wotton Survey. Notes. Where books or articles are available online, a link to the website is given at the first reference. However, a subscription or password may be required to access some material. 1.

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      Adapting to a New World: English Society in the Seventeenth-Century Chesapeake. The University of North Carolina Press, which he grew up lies about eighteen miles northeast of Bristol, bordering Revolution: Religion, Politics, and Society in Kent, (Hassocks, ), Inden-Cited by: Black Tudors: The Untold Story: Full Bibliography See below for all the works consulted for the book, or download as a pdf. Manuscript and archival sources Bristol Record Office Parish Registers.


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Trade, society, and politics in Bristol, 1500-1640 by David Harris Sacks Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Sacks, The Widening Gate: Bristol and the Atlantic Economy (California, ) [The best general work on the subject available. The history of capitalism is not to be explained society mere economic terms. David Harris Sacks here demonstrates that the modern Western economy was ushered in by broad processes of social, political, and cultural change.

His study of Bristol as it opened it gate Trade national politics and the Atlantic economy reveals capitalism to be not just a species of economic order but a distinct form of life. Jan 13,  · But this book is not about economics alone. It is grounded on the belief that we can no more abstract the economy from politics, culture, and society than we can separate intentional human action from thought and judgment.

It also rejects the notion that the life of a city like Bristol could ever be treated as a self-contained whole/5(4). Barry argues that, despite the power of London, historians have been wrong in denying provincial towns like Bristol any culture of their own and seeing them as the receptacles of culture trickling down from London’s newly developing commercial- consumer society.

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1 Among the many subplots of Wilson’s play is an encounter between the Italian merchant Mercadorus and the Cited by: 2. May 01,  · He is the author of "Trade, Society and Politics in Bristol, " (), and "The Widening Gate: Bristol and the Atlantic Economy, " (), which was awarded the John Ben Snow Prize in British History by the North American Conference on British Studies/5(K).

6 The rise in the overall number of women is evident from the mids; while in the s about 5 female indentures per year were recorded, between and a total of 70 indentures of women were recorded, or 9 apprenticeships per year, and between and indentures were recorded, or 10 cases per year.

Overall apprentice registrations in town in the course of this period Cited by: He is the author of Trade, Society and Politics in Bristol, (), and The Widening Gate: Bristol and the Atlantic Economy, (), which was awarded the John Ben Snow Prize in British History by the North American Conference on British Studies.

His current work includes studies in the history of early modern British urban /5(). The volume conveys a vivid picture of how politics, religion, popular culture, the world of work and social practices fit together in an exciting world of change, and will be invaluable reading for all students and scholars of the Elizabethan period.

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The development of Anglo-Irish trade in the sixteenth century. historiographical significance in the development of Anglo-Irish trade in this period. 1. (Bristol Record Society, ) p. 9.Liverpool Bibliographical Society, The Book Trade in Cheshire to a directory (Liverpool, Book Trade in the North West Project, Occ J.

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