Pilgrims and Puritans in Colonial America : regulatory laws in the New England Colonies, 1630-1686 / Lievin Kambamba Mboma.
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|Killingworth Library Association||974.02 MBO (Text to phone)||33420149181795||Adult New Nonfiction||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780998971698
- ISBN: 0998971693
- ISBN: 9781737338406
- ISBN: 1737338408
- Physical Description: vii, 180 pages ; 24 cm
- Publisher: Nashville, Tennessee : Lievin K. Mboma Press, 
- Copyright: ©2021
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||
Includes bibliographical references (pages 155-165) and index (pages 167-180).
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Acknowledgments -- Preface -- Introduction -- Chapter 1: The Crown of England and the Colonization movement -- Chapter 2: The Plymouth Company and the Council for New England -- Chapter 3: A demographic history of the founders of the New England Colonies -- Chapter 4: Pioneers and the colonization of Connecticut, Rhode Island, and Long Island -- Chapter 5: Lawmakers and the promulgation laws -- Chapter 6: Employment and wages in the New England Colonies -- Chapter 7: Price regulations in New England -- Chapter 8: Regulations of schools and trainings in the New England Colonies -- Chapter 9: Summary and conclusion.
Pilgrims and Puritans in Colonial America: Regulatory Laws in the New England Colonies, 1630-1686, gives an account of the regulatory laws promulgated in the New England colonies by the general courts for the organization of schools, price control, military training, employment, and wage control. In addition, this book recounts the duties of lawmakers and the methods utilized for the promulgation of these many laws. Examples of these include examinations of colonial laws such as the Massachusetts Body of Liberties, the Connecticut Code of 1650, and the Rhode Island code law of 1663. Furthermore, this work investigates the demographic history of the founders of the New England colonies like John Winthrop, John Cotton, Roger Williams, Rev. John White, Roger Ludlow, Thomas Hooker, John Haynes, Rev. John Davenport, and Theophilus Eaton. The data regarding the founders of New England is significant because it correlates with the laws they enacted for the regulation of the economy, religions, courts, employment, and schools." -- Google Books.
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|Subject:||Colonies > Law and legislation.
New England > History > Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.