Individual, Family, and Community in Eighteenth-Century New England

American Studies Seminar
1981
Ross W. Beales

The following American Studies Seminar research papers were written by students in the 1981 seminar "Individual, Family, and Community in Eighteenth-Century New England," under the supervision of Professor Ross W. Beales

  • "An examination of the "chusing time" in eighteenth century New England," by Patricia Lynn
  • "Father and daughter: the relationship between Ebenezer Parkman and Mary Parkman," by Kathleen Grimes Barber
  • "Female friendships in Westborough, Massachusetts, 1749-1750," by Jessie May Rodrique
  • "The Massachusetts tax valuation list of 1771: a brief analysis," by Shirlley M. Pizziferri
  • "Patterns of parturition in eighteenth century America," by Carol E. Perline
  • "The social aspects of medicine and disease in Westborough, Massachusetts, 1745-1755," by Sheldon Dean
  • "Social deviants in the Puritan church: the changing role of church discipline in eighteenth century Westborough, Mass.," by Elizabeth Milliken

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