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Early modern British history, 1485-1760

H. Miller

Early modern British history, 1485-1760

a select bibliography.

by H. Miller

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Looking for Aubrey Chaisson? PeekYou's people search has 4 people named Aubrey Chaisson and you can find info, photos, links, family members and more. HIS Early Modern England, – () 3 Credit Hours. English history in the Tudor, Stuart, and early Hanoverian eras emphasizing the growth of the national state, the overseas expansion of England, and preindustrial social and economic change.

Modern history: | | | Human history | | | | |↑ World Heritage Encyclopedia, the aggregation of the largest online encyclopedias available, and the most. Early modern British history, a select bibliography, Historical Association, ↑ Early Modern Period (), Sites Organized by Period, Rutgers University Libraries ↑ Bloy, Marjie (30 April ). "The Congress of Vienna, 1 November – 8 June ". The Victorian Web. Retrieved ↑ Hazen, Charles Downer.

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