By Jeffrey A Fortin, Mark Meuwese
This quantity makes use of a biography-as-history method of remove darkness from the interconnectedness of the peoples of the Americas, West Africa, and Europe. members spotlight contributors' and people's reviews made attainable through their participation within the production of an Atlantic global, the place clash, cooperation, neccessity and invention ended in new societies and cultures. Composed of chapters that span a vast chronological, topical and thematic variety, "Atlantic Biographies" highlights the distinctiveness of the Atlantic as a social, political, fiscal, and cultural theater sure jointly to demonstrate what the Atlantic intended to these matters of every bankruptcy. this can be a e-book approximately humans, their resilience, and their get to the bottom of to carve a distinct segment or have a broader influence within the ever-changing international round them.
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1 (1977), 3–30; Richard Clark Sterne, ‘Puritans at Merry Mount: Variations on a Theme,’ American Quarterly 22 (1970), 846–58; Robert J. , Calvin Israel, (Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 1976), 189–203. The principle literary works that mention Morton are as follows: Washington Irving, The Works of Washington Irving, Vol. II (New York: G P Putnam’s Sons, 1980); Lydia Maria Child, Hobomok (Boston, MA: Cummings, Hilliard & Company, 1824), 37; Catherine Maria Sedgwick, Hope Leslie (New York: Harper & Brothers, 1827), II, 140–3; John Lothrop Motley, Merry Mount: A Romance of the Massachusetts Colony (Boston, MA: J.
Morton made influential connections at the Inns, and his poetry and writing were also inspired by his time at Cliffords. His perceived dissent from the ‘Puritan Way’ stemmed in part from the manners and customs that he developed whilst at Cliffords, and without his legal training he would never have been able to challenge the Pilgrims and Puritans in the English courts. Morton as a Husband One aspect of Morton’s life that has been overlooked is his role as a husband. Morton married Alice Miller in November 1621.
But for Biard, the adventure had only just begun. 26 “Pierre Biard to the Reverend Father Provincial, at Paris,” (31 January, 1612), JR 2: 83. 27 JR 3: 181. 14 laura m. chmielewski *** Before examining the context of Pierre Biard’s experiences on the western rim of the Atlantic, it is important to map out the contours of a complicated story, which starts with landfall in what is now Canada when the Jesuits’ ship reached its destination, the tiny and young French settlement of Port-Royal, on May 22nd, 1611.
Atlantic Biographies: Individuals and Peoples in the Atlantic World by Jeffrey A Fortin, Mark Meuwese