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

American Studies Seminar
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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