By Thomas L. Purvis
This e-book is concise, effortless -to-use advisor to the participants, peoples, events, hobbies, occasions, judgements and wars that experience formed the background of the U.S..
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During the SEVEN YEARS' WAR, ROGERS' RANGERS destroyed their main town at Ste Françoise, Quebec. After 1763 Abnakis drifted back and forth across the USCanadian border, but most relocated in Canada; by 1800, probably less than 300 remained in Maine and Vt. , Monthly Meeting. Every yearly meeting of the Quakers, or Society of Friends, between 1770 and 1776, forbade slaveowning. By 1779 over 80 percent of Quaker slaves were free, but not until 1796 were the last released from bondage. The American Revolution led to the abolition of slavery in Vt.
A more important reason was the author's conviction that a general de-emphasis upon factual knowledge in history has led to a growing lack of perspective about the past. When one generation's exciting scholarship is judged insignificant by the next, it is often because this scholarship rests on insufficient evidence due to a lack of knowledge-in-depth on the part of its authors. The only way to avoid reading the concerns or attitudes of the present into the pastwhich is the great sin of so much contemporary scholarshipis to know precisely what the past was like, and this knowledge is achieved through intensive mastery of its distinguishing characteristics.
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A dictionary of American history by Thomas L. Purvis